Hide Articles List

20 articles on this Page

IFROM FAR & NEAR.

Advertising

I -_____n-! 500 CASES. I-…

IPIT DISASTER.

GOWER UNIONISTS.

[No title]

Advertising

THE NOBLE ART. No

CONSERVATIVES BUSY.! -I

News
Cite
Share

CONSERVATIVES BUSY.! ACTIYITY AT CASTLE BUILDINGS. To say that the attendance at the Swan- sea, Junior Imperial concert on Saturday night was not in any way affected by the very bad climatic conditions, is certainly ample testimony to the popularity of these week-end "pops." In the unavoidable ab- sence of Mr. Grey Waters, Mr. J. P. Ool- b'jirn presided. b,.i; progmmtna, Which wag amra.ng?d by Mr. R. Brannan, wa? well Teoeived? and was contributed to by the following '?kistes:- Pianoforte solo, Miss Ruby Beard; violin &ol;>, Miss Winnie Thomas (a youngster omly 8 years old, who should certainly be heard of in the future), her sister, Miss Annie I Thomas, accompanying on the piano for her; solos, Mrs. Panniers, Mr. Will Matthews (a sweet tenor) comic songs, Mr. Bid Mi3/l'tån cLarme.t &ct. Messrs. WohaTd Hams and Mon-is coon songs, Mr. Dixon; recitations, Miss Blodwen Da,vies (a very promising I young schoolgirl who has already won prizes for herr eioeutiana/ry proweas); solos. Mm Rogers. Votes of thanks to artistee and cha,irman closed a successful concert. On Thursday night a whwt drive ajid social will be held at Cast/le-budildingis, aind cm Friday the annual meeting of the Stwiam- Mga. Conservative and Unionist Aasocdation will be held ait the salIne building at 8 o'clock, whilst on Saturday the usual con- cert will be held.

[ BLOWS IN THE PIT.

[No title]

Advertising

ISANDS FOOTBRIDGE. !

CONSTABLE'S SMART I CAPTURE..I

SCOTT'S COMPANION. I

[No title]

Advertising

IWELSH IN SCHOOLS. I

"JOHNSON IS COMING."I

I LOCAL SIFTINGS. I