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Treforest. On Monday evening the members of Calvary Band of Hope performed the popular temper- ance service of song, entitled, "Harry Beckwith," at the Board Schools. Mr James Richards, Treforest, occupied the cliair, in his usual jovial manner, and the following took their respective parts most creditably: Harry Beckwith, Mr JohnThomas; Dora, Mrs E. Samuels; Mrs Fielding, Miss H. Watkins; Mrs Anderson, Miss A. Gould; Toper, Mr C. Evans. The reader was the Rev E. Lowis, (pastor), while Miss Madge Hogg presided at the piano. Mr J. James, the conductor, is to be complimented upon the success of the evening's entertainment. LEWIS BROS., Cash Stores, for Mild Breakfast Bacon. 3261r ELECTRIC TEA is always great in strength and full of flavour-I s 8d, 2s, and 28 4d. 2S73 The second of a series of social evenings in connection with the, Treforest Male Voice Society was held at Ebenezer Hall on Saturday evening. There was a<Talll a capital attendance, over which Mr T. Rodway presided. The pro- gramme mainly consisted of eompetitions.which were keenly and enthusiastically contested, Mr t David Davies, F.T.S.C., the Society's capable conductor, once !mqre proving an ah8a and equitable adjudicator. The accompanist was iii-Is Bella Thomas. The following were the contests decided: Partv of eight on "Martyrs of Arena" (from "See" the town" to recit). T. ver&_GS Party; partv of eight, on the last *ween°r» Long ^av Closes." prize divided be- JParty Vaniols and party and T. Davies and from "Th *r0r alld "second tenor, selection itees 'Lev?io "^tyrs, xessrs Martin Scale and same selectiA 'or first and second bass, extempore °n' Messrs T. anu D. W. Dummer: Tom -Da;¡l'eCll, "A model younv man," Mr "Pupil Teachers$Uar^te, reading at sight, yecit from "tj, conducted bv Mr Tom Davies; Mr D. W.i DummJr^"â (t(â¢oi\), Mr J. Spry. "The Noble Bov of Trifn f> a capital solo, fine style. His brother he rendered in companied. "Mr Allen Dummer, ac- A DAY AT THE SEASIDE A Sports and Horse Races?' pi^-bcawl Athletic yards, 1st prize, iclo. ,rst-clas3 entry, 120 :137:3

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