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CONCERT. —On Thursday a very enjoyable concert took place at the new vestry of Pontmorlais Chapel. The room was crowded, and Mr. David E. Jones tenanted the chair. The entertainment ojiened with a pianoforte solo, "Allegro" by MR. W. Rowlands, aud was followed by a BAS* soug "Y Dvniestl" the rendering of which hy Mr. Sandford Jones evoked loud applause. An oboe -olo by Mr. W. T. Morgan also met with a good reception, aud the sulo. "Laddie "wag given a meritorious, rendition by Mirs Sophia Richards. A recitation entitled "Mynydd Carmcl" was RELATED by Mr. Benjamin Joncf. in good style. Mr. Tom Williams was to have sang next, but was unablo to do so owin to having a -or,.? throat. Miss Edith Maud Jones, the Dowlais favourite, closed tb" first part by singing "The Valley by the Sea" in worthy fashion. The second portion of the programme started with an oboe solo by Mr. W. T. Morgan, which was deservedly encored. The NEIT item was a SONG by Miss Sophia* Griffiths, followed by a Welsh recitation bv MI. IK-NUUUUT Jones. The solo, "Revenge. TIMOTHVIS Cries iN a,, capitally render'D by Mr. Sandford Jon'S. who. upon being encored, was heard to good advantage iu The Diver." A splendid vocal effort on the part of Miss Edith Maud Jones, in ti e song "Y Tarn a'i Baban" was loudly applauded, an encore being given, viz., Aligns Maedonald." Votes of thanks were passed to the artistes, and to the chairman, the latter named responding. Much praise is due to Mr. W. Rowland" for his excellent accompaniments, and for the enei getic ASSISTANCE HE GA^' in promoting the concert. ou Xixt Ptfrrr.)

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THURSDAY, JANUARY 31ST, 1895.…