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TEA AND - CONCERT. I

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TEA AND CONCERT. I On Wednesday afternoon the annual tea, in con- nection with the St. John-street Welsh Presby- terian Church, was held in the schoolroom. About 230 sat down, and their wants were attended to by a number of ladies under the superintendence of Mrs. R. W. Dodd. The following presided at the tables:—Miss Knowles, Miss Roderick, Mrs. R. J. Davies, Mrs. Owen Griffith, Mrs. Josiah Wil- liams, Mrs. David Hughes, Mrs. William Parry, Mrs. Edward Davies, Mrs. T. Hughes, Mrs. Mills, Mrs. H. D. Williams, Miss Gwladys Davies, Miss Roberts (Abbey-square), Miss Dodd, Miss Jones (Panton-street), and Miss Jones (Short-place). After tea, a concert was held in the chapel. The Mayor presided, and was accompanied on the platform by Dr. Roberts, the Rev. J. Pryce Davies and Mr. Evan Williams. An excellent programme was gone th rough before a good audience. Miss Katie Jones (Cerrig v-Druidion), who possesses a rare voice of great sweetness, proved herself a great favourite, and was encored several times. Mr. J. Halton Morris has a rich tenor voice, and was heard to advantage in the songs allotted to him. Dr. Lloyd Roberts gave two violin solos with great taste, to the accompaniment of Mrs. Mills.—At the conclusion Dr. Roberts proposed a vote of thanks to the Mayor, the artists, especially Miss Jones and Mr. Williams, also the tea makers, the ticket sellers and the collectors.—-Mr. R. J. Davies seconded, and the motion was carried with accla- mation. Much praise is due to Messrs. Evan Wil- liams and Bagshaw, who were responsible for the concert. The following was the programme:- Organ recital, "Festive March in D," Mr. H. D. Williams song, "0 na byddai 'n haf o hyd," Miss Katie Jones-, address, "Music," the Chairman; quartette, "The Village Blacksmith," Miss Ellis, Messrs. Williams, Davies and Jones; song, "The Last Watch," Mr. J. Halton Morris violin solo, "La Serenata," Dr. Lloyd Roberts; recit. and aria, "Open unto me the gates," "I will extol thee," Miss Katie Jones; chorus, "Dyddian dyn sydd fel glaswelltyn," St. John-street Choir: duet, "Howell and Blodwyn," Mr. J. Halton Morris and Miss Katie Jones; organ recital, "Grand Solemn March in E flat," Mr. H. D. Williams; song, "T. Bugail," Mr. J. Halton Morris; song, "Liam y Cariadau," Miss Katie Jones; violin solo, "Lost Chord," Dr. Lloyd Roberts; quar- tette, "Ti wyddost both ddywed fy nghalon," Miss Ellis, Messrs. Williams, Davies and Jones; song, "0 tyr'd yn ol fy ngheneth wen," Mr. J. Halton Morris; song, "Ever so far away," Miss Katie Jones; chorus, "Pwy yw y rhai hyn," St. John-street Choir, led by Mr. R. W. Dodd.

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