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Lodwig Evans' Concert. __j


Lodwig Evans' Concert. All friends of Mr. Lodwig Evans ear- nestly wish the important operation he is at present undergoing at Cardiff Hos- pital to be a very successful one. It is most gratifying to find that his many friends in the district have been actuated by Mr. Evans's present circumstances to do something in the way of appreciating in a practical way the services which he was always ready to render through hIs musical talent to any good cause. To that effect they have organised two grand concerts to be held at Tabernacle. Tre- alaw, oil the 7th and 9th of November next. The committee is an unusually strong and influential one, and can be highly congratulated -for the number of excellent talents which they have engaged to take part on these occasions. Being such a worthy cause, most of the artistes give their services gratuitously. Eos Dar in his penillion singing," with Miss Annie Jone.->, R.A.M., of Cardiff, on the harp, will no doubt prove to be great attrac hons. Among the. other artistes are â V ocau-sts: Mpss Rachel Thomas. Moun- tain Ash Miss Mary Thomas. Treforest: Miss Caroline Jones, Penygraig; Miss Bloawen Thomas. Trealaw Miss Edwards. Porth; Mr. Richard Thomas (prize win- ner at Merthyr Eisteddfod), Llane'ly; Mr. Willie Thomas (prize winner at Mer- thyi Eisteddfod), Trealaw Mr. Gwilym Thomas. Ynyshir Mr. David Evans, L wynvpia Mr. Tom Matthews. Trealaw. Instrumentalists: The Mid-Rhondda Or- chestral Society; Miss Edith Leeke, T're- alaw Mr. Mansel Edwards, Porth; Mr. David Lloyd, Tonypandy; Mr. John Ij 1 ewellyn, Penygraig.


Jewish Wedding at Penygraig.'I

Ton-Pentre Police Court. -,

-----Fatal Accident at Llwynypia.I

---_---------Social at Tonypandy.

Llwynypia Fife Band.

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