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Blaenclydach. On Monday evening, the 1st inst., the National Democratic Club, Blaenclydaih, held their annual concert, when Mr. Jno. Anthony occupied the chair. The enter- tainment proved a huge success. The fol- lowing were some of the items of a lengthy, amusing, interesting and instruc- tive programme: --Pianoforte solo, Mr. Jack Evans. Tonypandy; sentimental song, "Bwthvn yr Amddifad," Mr. Ed. Raymond; comic song, "Varmer Giles," Mr. Ted Davies, Porth; comic song, I took her home to Maria," Mr. Dai Lloyd, Llwynypia; graphophone selections by Mr. David Haines, Cwmclydach; comic song, "My Inquisitive Kiddie," Mr. Ted Davies; sentimental song, "Deio Bach," Mr. Edwin Raymond; comic song, I didn't stay there very long," Mr. David Lloyd; comic song, "We all walked into the shop," Mr. Ted Davies sentimental song, "My Pretty Jane," Mr. Llewellyn Hughes Clydtch Vale; sentimental song. "A Soldier Hero," Mr. David Lloyd; comic song, parody on I'm off to Phila- delphia, in the morning," Mr. T. R. Price, Blaenclydach; sentimental song, "Auld Lang Syne," Mr. Geo. Tranter; comic song, I was shaving myself at the time," Mr. Ted Davies; pianoforte march, Mr. Jack Evans; "Hen Wlad fy Nhadau," Mr. Ed. Raymond. Mr. Jack Evans, Tonypandy, accompanied in his usual ex- cellent style. The artistes acquitted themselves in such a manner as to more than realise the highest expectations of the audience. The usual votes, of thanks brought a, most enjoyable evening to a close, all departing with the feeling "Melus, moes eta."


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