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I WITNESS COMPLIMENTED. I

I-I I COMPLIMENTARY CONCERT…

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I I I COMPLIMENTARY CONCERT AT TREBANOS. Mr. J. J. Williams, of Trebawxs. who has been unable to follow his oocupa- tion for about twelve months, was given a complimentary concert at the Public Hall, Pontardawe under the patronage of the Dyitryn Tiiwe ana I Dr. Logan Du,hne lodges of the R.A.O.B. The Rev. D. G. pre- sided. The artistes wore: Soprano, Miss K tlones. Land ore contralto, M i ss HTon- \H111 Williams, Llandilo; tenor, Mr. W. Rees, Gwauneat»gwrv<»n; bass, Mr. (iwilyrn I^ewis. Poniaidawe violin- ists, Mc-ssrs. Maries "Williams, Trebauos aiui A. W. Jenkins, Llai:samlet; flau- tist, Mr Willie Griffitits: elocutionists, .Mu..s..rs. Tom ¿ud Oliver Jones, Ponter- <inwe, ali of «b<^acquitted thowIves splendidly. Mr. xsaac E. Hopkin. of r\'rcWu)OK> was the acrcorapa-rast. Mr. Williams is the secretary of the West Wale* Bands' Association, and in weli- kuown in tho valley ac an elocutionist.

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