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"School for Daughters." I SUCCESSFUL PERFORMANCE AT NTW- TOWN, MOUNTAIN ASH. A successful performance of the play, "School for paughters," was given at the New- town Council Schools on Monday evening. There was a large audience present, and the chair was occupied by Mr. Charles Archer. The characters in the play were impersonated by the following ladies:â"Agnes, an Old Cot- tager, Miss Lizzie Notlsy; "Jenny, her Grand-daughter," Miss Gertie Perry; lina, an Unknown Wanderer," Miss Flossie Perry; Miss Howard a Young West Indian Heiress," Miss Lily Davies; "Sambo, a Young Black, her Attendant." Miss Annie. Bry- an^i' ,s" ,°°dvil]e, a Wealthy and Chari- table Widow, Esther Nutt; "Mrs. Friendly, on a visit to Miss Maggio Owen; "Augusta," Miss Gertie Da- vies; â "JmiDla," Miss Edith Perry, "Lu- creria, Miss Gwladys Bryant, "Susan, a Ser- vai Miss Hannah Price; "Martha, an- other Servant," Miss Olive Powell; "Mrs. Racket, Housekeeper," Miss Nellie Bryant. The play was excellently performed, and the greatest praise is due to each of the perform- ers. The impersonation of "The Old Cottager," by Miss Lizzie Notley, was, however, espec- ially well done. The dance at the end of the first act was also a good and popular item.' Besides the performance of the play, there was a good miscellaneous programme. Songs were given by Miss Annie Bryant, Mr. E. Smith, Mr. Willie Perry, Mr. Charles "Notley, Master Percy Bryant, and Miss Moi-gah. A recitation was contributed by Miss P.' Parfitt, and Master Harry Davies gave a fine exhibi- tion of bone clapping. Another item Avas a mandoline solo by the Rev. Forsaith Rees, The accompanists were Mr. Sam Pugh, Mr. William Perry and Mr. Arthur Davies. At the close the Newtown United Choir, conducted by Mr. Arthur Davies, rendered a chorus, which re- ceived great applause. Those responsible for the entertainment were Messrs. C. Archer, Rees Taylor, George Ponting, Charles Notiov, Ghas. Iowell, William Bridal, George Bishop. E. Smith, and the Misses Maud Griffiths, Esther Nutt, Maggie Owen, Lizzie Notley and others connected with the tenrnerance societies itt'con- nection with St. Dyfrig's Church*

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