Hide Articles List

20 articles on this Page

BELGIAN REFUGEES' FUND.

Advertising

---.-Local Wedding.

-----..----__-.----. Saggar's,…

ABERAMAN

CWMBACH.

CADLYS.

TRECYNON.

LLWYDCOED.

News
Cite
Share

LLWYDCOED. ANNUAL SALE of Wallpaper, Furni- ture and Ironmongery at W. H. Jones', 1 Mill Street, Trecynon, now on. J WELSH DRAMA. â Two grand per- formances of the Welsh drama, "Dryllio Cadwyni'r Genedl" (J. B. James, Tre- cynon) were given at the Trecynon Public Hall on Wednesday and Thurs- day, February 3rd and 4th, by the Horeb Drama'tic Society, Llwydcoed. They were assisted by the Horeb Orchestral Society, a pleasing innova- tion in local performances of Welsh dramas. The hall was packed on both nights, and the actors gave an excellent exhibition of their prowess before the footlights. Appended is the list of characters:âLloyd the smith, J. B. James; Blodwen Lloyd, Miss D. Morris; Bob, helper. Albert Rees; Squire Brown, J. Price; Miss Brown, Annie Thomas; Rowland Powell, T. James; Mabel Powell, Amy Davies; Mr. Meredith, R. Harries; 34rs. Meredith, Mrs. H. J. Davie8 Tom Meredith, W. Jones; Auctioneer, A. Rees: Clerk, D, Wil- liams; Constable, T. Jones; Farm Hands: Gwen and Kate, Mrs. B. Griffiths and Miss A. Jones; Walter, Jack and Evan, G. Howells, E. Davies, and W. Lewis; Myfanwy, H. Roberts; Messengers, J. Howells and D. T. Jones; t Manchester Friend, R. H. Harries. The chair was taken on Wednesday by the Rev. W. S. Davies (in the absence of Mr. R. Buxton), and on Thursday b.v Mr. J. E. F. Hodges. Both the author and the actors are to be congratulated for the excellence of the two per- formUnees. The orchestra also is worthy of high praise. Its members are: W. Jumes. W. Rees, D. W. Price, W. D. James, E. Harris, W. DavieB, B. Griffiths, H. J. Davies, T. J. Beddoe, and F. Jones. The committee were: Messils. John Jones, president; Jenkin Rees, James Evans, Albert Rees, W. Jones, i D. W. Price, and J. B. James. The secre- tary was Mr. W. D. James, and the treasurer, Mr. W. P. Phillips. Mr. J. Griffiths, Brynhyfryd, proposed a vote of thanks to Mr. Hodges for presiding, and this was seconded by the Rev. W. S. Davies. The proceeds of the drama go towards the War Fund.

CWMDARE.

HIRWAIN. I

CLYN NEATH.

Advertising

RESOLVEN.

Advertising

Advertising

___________________.-! Aberdare…

,-.- -.._--__--.-'--Prince…

BELGIAN REFUGEES' FUND.

CLYN NEATH.