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MORRISTON. I A reception meeting was held at the [ Gtoenor Cafe to welcome Pte. W. G. Brazell, Welsh Guards.. Mr. D. H. Ed- wards piesided. During the evening a musical programme was provided by the following:—Miss K. M. Rees, Messrs. T. Bowles.. West, W. John, T. Lewis, L. Hopkins, N. Hopki, J. Jones, R. Ijathl?an. E. Phillips, W. Grey, F. Os- born, and Master W. Madden. Mies May Aron, an4 Mr. T. E. Jones accompanied. There vas a crowded audience at the l Calfaria hapel, M&rrMton, on Thursday evening, vhen performances of Brit- annia'e Arakening and The Christian Conquœt," we given in full character by the ill enile choir, under the conduc- torbhip of Mr. E. Phillips. Coun. W.,G. Lloyd, Ptemarl, presided. The chief characters were well taken by Misses I Whinl«y, Beatrice Cole, Katie, Atherton; Messrs. M. J. Morgans, Willie Harris. Bob" lussmore and D. Williams. A lnis.cellanus progTamme. to which the ¡' following contributed was provided Mioses H. slatthews, O. Williams. G. Wil- liams. anc Mr. B. Samuels. Au action liams, Th. Lifeboat Crew." wa? given by f?ong. gi 1, a party usder Miss A. Watts, who also accompanied. A reception meeting was held at Her- mon, Ponfiasse, to welcome Pt". David Joseph Tlumas (Goilywastad Farm) w[io 1 has keen voxijtded. Mr. Dd. Jones pre- 1 sided. Mr. Wm. Davies presented Pte. Thomas with a wristlet watch and a purse of money from the residents of the district. Speeches were made by Messrs. Ed. Bell, Thos. Hughes, John Hopkins. 'iiiid Thos. Evans. To a musical pro- gramme the following contributed:— Rasters Glyndwr Thomas, G. Clement, H. Clement, YV. Thomas, J. Evans, D. Lloyd, Misses C. Rees. M. Jones, L. Evans, L. James, Maggie Jones, B. Phil- lips, M. Gambold, S. J. Esans, H. Wil- liams. Messrs. T. Jenkips, E. Evans, Ar- thur Phillips. Mrs. W. James, A.R.C.M., Velindre. accompanied. Under the auspices of the Forest Tin Mills branch of the British Steel Smelt- ers' Association, a presentation was hold on Sliurday evening, when Mr. Wm. Hughes was handed an accident grant of Cloo. Mr. Dd. John, mill superintend- ent, presided. The presentation was made by Mr. Tom Llewellyn, Port Tal- hot. Songs were given by Miss Gwladys Williams, and gramophone selections by Mr. J. 1. Bennett. A. reception concert was held at the Midland Hotel, Morriston, to welcome home Sergt-Major G. Price. Mr. Thomas Roberts presided, and presented Sergt.- Major Price with the usual notes. The musical programme was provided by the following:—Messrs. E. Griffiths, David Jones, Dick Charles, Thos. Lewis, J. Thomas, W. Bennett, H. Barrow, Geo. Gudgeon, and Swanson. Mr. D. J. Anstey, Chemical-road, Mor- riston, has received news to the effect that his brother, Pte. Charles, Anstey, Liver- I pool Scottish, has been severely wounded in France, and is now in hospital in Scot- land.

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