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CROSS INX, GOLDEN GROVE. GRAND EVENING CONCERT. On Thursday evening, 21st insii, the friends at Cross Inn were treated :o a capital programme, of high-class music at the Methodist Chapel. The building had ben most tastefully decorated for the occasion, the platform having a choice collection of beautiful plants, whilst the ante-room, reserved for the ise of the artistes, was t harmingl v decorated with cut flowers, nul was much admired by those hose lot and privilege it was to, use of this pretty room. The whols decorations reflected great credit upon those concerned, and especially the ladies who had kindly provided the necessaries. Ihe concert was timed tq commence at 7 o clock, but long before this hou; the sacred edifice was cr°wde": The much-esteemed and ever-popular this, the Rev Eleazer 11<>c^p^ the chair, and conducted the Proceeu'u5 to have a,u»l good ,.jlo Tho "Srt0LaS commenced with a piano.ort. c • > q £ OweD, but, thanks to his dear little giri i j a violin solo, m whicl » J conclusion she ability of u.hlf'h,?,r' ";ccred. Miss Rosina Davies WASENTHUSIASTICAYCL^eie^ {y Ma<. tery feeling g-i-o <= ith capital rendering followed by Mr °jome. Misi May John, °f «' The Davies then sang a beautiful 11A.M., and M j ^aMr Gabrid Wimala8( who duet entitled splendid rendering of ^0aPv Cadben."gand « followed by un- J htfv the "Star" of the evening, Miss May doubteu y r 'w .?uifil,eut renjeri„g Qf The Heavenly Song fairly brought dQ'u the houee d 6he was rapturously 6ncared. To this she simply bowed her acknowledgement, and the first part of the programme was biought to a close by a quartette. The second part of the programme ran as follows, every item being encored Song, "Beddynyr Ardd," Miss Davies; duet, "FJo gently Deva," Messts Jones and Wiiliaitsj sang, Y fam y Baban," Miss May John; semg, 4tThe Star of Bethlehem," MJ? ti P Williams; duct, 41 Solfa," Mias John aiad Mr Q P Williams song, Mr Todd t^ancq; song (by special request), 44 Holy City," Miss May John quartette, 41 God is a Spirit," Misses John and Davies, and Messrs Jones and Williams The accompanist was Mr Luther Owen, Llanelly, who, needless to say, performed I the duties in a most efficient and satisfactory manner. FOR CHEAP PRINTING of every description send your ordera tQ the Hc/u^-ter Office. Orders by post receive prompt aud careful attention.

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