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I LLANFAIRFECHAN. I MUSICAL ENTERTAINMENT.—On Friday evening last, a concert was given at the National Schoolroom by the Llanfairfeehau Welsh Church Choir, under tho superin- I tendence of their leader, Mr. William Williams, Tyrhed- yn, for the benefit of Hugh Davies, Glanafon, who, hav- ing met with an accident, has been now for some months unable to work. Miss Griffith, Hcnfaes, presided at the pianoforte. The programme was well selected. Taking into consideration the disadvantages the Choir laboured under, they did their part very creditably. Several songs were sung by Messrs. Roberts, Hughes, Griffiths, and Williams. Roberts and Hughes excited much laughter among the audience with their comic songs and witty pennillion. Mr. David Griffith has a very good bass voice. As for Mr. Johu Williams, he performed his part excellently. Th room was crammed full with a respec- table audience, the whole neighbourhood giving proof that they considered it a sacred duty to assist in this charitable work. h is very gratifying to learn that the proceeds amounted to nearly £14.

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