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AWAY TO AUSTRALIA. I A BRYNAMMAN FAREWELL MEET- ING. Another most interesting farewell meeting wris held in Brynamman on Tuesday night. It was held at Hermon Chapel on the occa- sion of the departure of Miss M. H. Davies, t& Australia, where she hopes to join her parents. The spacious edifice was packed to its utmost capacity, the departing young lady heiJlg very well-known locally. She has figured in musical circles very frequenty, and her leaving the Bryn will be a great loss to the choirs, etc, of which she was a member. The Chairman for the evening was Mr. fiomer Harris, Penybont At the outset Mr. Harris gave a very happy speech, in which he remarked upon the loss created by her departure, and wished her every happiness in the land of the kangaroo. After the address bv the chairman, Mr. Fred Harris enter- tained the gathering with a very nicely rendered pjianofortc solo. Solos were con- tributed during the evening by Madame Kate Williams, Miss Lizzie Edwards, Mr. Alan Williams, Miss Cissie Thomas, Miss May Davies, Miss Esther A. Davies, and Mr W. Price Rees. The instrumental section was represented by Mr. Frank Stanfield (cornet), Mr. Ernest Scarboro (tenor), Mr. Willie Ed- wards (violin). Penillion were sung by Mr. Rd. Morgan, and Master Haydn 0. Wii liams The following very ably recited Mr. Albert Scarboro, Miss Gwennie Thomas, Miss Doris Davies.. The bards present were Mr. Bowen Davies, and Mr. D. Bryn- fab Thomas, who both delivered themselves of verses composed for the occasion. Yery touching addresses were given by Alderman \Y. J. Wiliams, Madame Kate Williams. Mr. Daniel Davies. and Mr. Daniel Thomas. The giftâa very handsome Bibleâwas pre- sented to Miss Davies by Mr. John Jones, the oldest deacon of Hermon, with a very neat and encouraging address. The musical items were accompanied by Mr. Fred Harris and Mr. Ted Morgan. A most enjoyable, and one of the best farewell meetings ever held in Brynamman was brought to an end amidst the strains of Hen Wlad fy Nhadau," led off by Madame Kate Williams.

MR. LLEWELLYN WILLIAMS, M.P.'s…

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