WHITCHURCH.|1882-07-22|The Cardiff Times - Welsh Newspapers Online
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THE HARVEST IN SOUTH WALES.

COWBRIDGE FARMERS' CLUB.

MURDEROUS-A SSAULT AT SWANSEA.

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CARDIFF.'

WHITCHURCH.

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WHITCHURCH. GRAND CONCERT.—A grand evening concert was given at the Tabernacle Chapel on Wednes- day evening; The artistes engaged were Miss- Gertrude Lewis, R.A.M., Miss S. N. Davies (soprano), Caerphilly; Miss Jenny Lewis (con- tralto) Miss Morris (contralto), Caerphilly; Mr G. T. Coleman (bass), Mr Jeukins (tenor), and an efficient glee party. The proceedings were opened by the glee party, under the leadership of Mr Thomas Day, rendering the "Sailors' Chorus," which they did in grand style. Misa S. N. Davies followed with "Angels ever bright1 and fair," in a very creditable manner. Miss Gertrude Lewis, who was in good voice, next sang "For Ever and for Ever" in good style and with pathos, eliciting an encore. Mr Jenkhis's "Good Company" elicited applause. Misses Davies and Morris next sang the duett, "I Know a Bank," and although it has been sung many times, and is generally known, it elicited great applause. Mr G. T. Coleman (who gave his services gratuitously), sang The Village Blacksmith" 1ll his usual good style. Miss Jenny Lewis gave The Lost Chord with feeling, and elicited a well-deserved encore. Mr D. Rosser next gave Marche a la Fête" on the piano. Miss E. J. Morrie sang I shall go to Him." Mr Jenkins sang to The Death of Nelson." The second half of the programme was sustained by the same artistes. A pianoforte duett was also given by Miss Jenny Lewis and Mr T. W. Walland, as well as Dr. Parry's serenade by the glee party, and another duett. Mr T. W. Wà l- land was the accompanist.

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