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Treherbert. We are very pleased to be able toi draw attention to the success of two of Mr. Hugh Hughes' pupils, viz., Miss May Moses and Mr. William Davies, at the open competitive eisteddfod held at Bethlehem, Trealaw, on Monday evening last. Miss Moses had chosen as her test piece "The Jewel Song" from "Faust," a song too well-known amongst lovers of operatic music to need description, and was the recipient of deserving commen- dation from the adjudicators, Messrs. E. T. Davies, F.R.C.O., Merthyr, and J. Evans, Miskin, Trealaw, for her bril- liantly artistic and dramatic representa- tion of the work. Miss Alice Cove came a good second, alsoi giving a brilliant ren- dering of the same work. Mr. Davies had chosen "Hiawatha's Vision," which he rendered excellently, defeating such well- known local veterans as Mr. Tom Bonnell and Mr. Aneurin Edwards. Another pupil of Mr. Hughes', Miss S. Lewis, Tre- orchv. acquitted herself splendidly, and displayed decided promise. We con- gratulate Mr. Hughes and his pupils. Edison's Phonographs and Records. All the latest in stock at R. T. Jones's, Iron- monger, Sheffield House, Treherbert. 159

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