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Lnmb"A-M" NPBS. A competitive eisteddfod in aid of the Library will be held at Gibea on Satur- day evening. Entries are exceptionally numerous and a keen competition is an- ticipated. Offers of help towards rebuild- ing have come from the Glanamman Dramatic Society, who are now perform- ing "Owrn Llwyd." The salvage on the site of the hall is now the property of the committee, and will be disposed of immediately, the Assurance Company having laid no claim to it. During the week a collection of nine volumes of modern fiction have been add- ed to the library, the gift of Mr. David Thomas (Herbert-row). Books have also been received from Mr. Dd. Morris (Pen- ygraig), and from Mr. Thomas (Gwaun- caegurwen), per Mr Richard Howells, M.E. Acknowledgment of a donation of 10 guineas has been received by the Gibea Eisteddfod Committee from Sir W. J. Thomas, Ynyshir, on behalf of the Welsh Hospital at Netley. This is the third donation sent from Gibea. Private R. J. Davies. A.S.C., returned to Watford on Tuesday. Monday evening a host of friends gathered together at the Upper Schools to bid him au revoir and a most. happy evening was spent. PUBLIC HALL AND LIBRARY SUBSCRIPTIONS. We reg ret "that "a rjofffcfitf'irtToi. of L 5 from Mr. Wm. Thomas, architect, Lower Brynamman, was inadvertently omitted from our last list though included in the total. Sums of 10s. and over received at the committee rooms up to January Iltli. Already acknowledged £ 174 17 0 E l i 4 170 Mr Di. Watkin Williams, Croffte 5 5 0 E. M. Morris (chemist) 5 5 0 Gomer Harris (bootmaker) 5 5 0 Wm Watkin Williams Croffte 5 0 0 Jas. Davies, C'gatrw Bridge 5 0 0 J. D. Howells 2 2 0 W. WiUiams, RJiiwddu 2 0 0' Morgan Ingram, Bailwen 1 10 0 £ 1/1/0 Subscribers. Messrs. W. Morgan (Coelfryn), Thos. Howells (grocer), Thos. Benyon (grocer), D. Morgan (Bristol House), W. Herbert. (draper), J. Howells (builder). £ 1/0,0 Subscribers. Messrs. J. P. Jones (Seymour House),. Thos. Griffiths (Mountain-road), Brinley H. Williams (Banwen). W. Wilkins, D. Fitz. Williams, Wm. Morgan (Old-Co. 's- row), Tom Davies (.Station-rd), Owen Jen- kina (Bryn-rd), Tom Morgan (builder), W. J. Williams, C.C., Dd. Thomas (Tan- ymynydd), Rees Williams (ganger), Thos.. Williams Rhiwddu), M. Harris (Brighton House), Enoch Isaac Bryugarw), D. D. Bowen (overman), J. Price (Blaencwm- garw) D. Davies ("Pantyffynon"), Luther Griffiths (ChapaJ-3treet), Johnny Watkina- (Tycornelj, J. L. Pritchard (Cloth Hall), D. Llew. Jones (Glyn-road), Mansel J. Evans (Glyn-road), J. Evans Williams (Glyn road), Oliver Roberts (Park-street), Evan Thomas (Gorsto). 10/- Subscribers. Messrs. W. D. Williams (tailor), Thos. M. John (Cwmgarw-road), John W. Jones (Cwmgarw-road), D. Lewis Beynon (Cwmgarw-road), Mrs. Margaret Thomas- (Cwmgarw-road), D. Lewis (Cwmgarw- bridge), John Davies, 10/6. Small sums £3j13jO.-Total to Jan. 11 £ 245/13/6^ —————- -———

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