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THE FATE OF MAFEKING.

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. SUNDAY TRADING AT SWANSEA.

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MISS MAUDE MARSHALLSAY'S CONCERT.…

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MISS MAUDE MARSHALLSAY'S CONCERT. On Wednesday evening, at the Albert Hall, Swansea, a errand concert, under the patronage of Miss St. Lpger Grenfell, was held for the benefit of Miss Maude Marshallsay, a Johannes- burg refugee. There was a fairly large and fashionable audienoe, and the programme, which contained several choice morceawx, was much enjoyed. A trio. Novellette" (Gade), by the Misses Fricker, Moss and Muckle, was cleverly executed. Miss Marshallsay sang "Orpheus with his lute" with considerable expression and effect. Then followed a violin solo, Mazouka (Zaryehi), by Miss Florence Moss. Miss May Muckle won enthusiastic applause for a violon- cello solo, (a) Au bord du Ruisseau," (b) La Korrigane." With the lifting of her bow phe shewed herself a performer of rare ability. Miss Muckle has sfarcely crossed the borderland that separates girlhood from womanhood; hut she already stands possessed of a strong and moving tone, a commanding technique, and, above all, the full feeling and understanding that mark the born artiste. Miss Muckle, in the second half of the programme, chose to be heard in (a) "Serenade" (Sherbert, (b) "Spinnelied" (Popper), when she again delighted the audience. Miss Moss also won high encomiums for an enquisitely executed violin solo. Miss Marshallsay's rendition of "Daddy has gone to the war" (music by Miss Florence Fricker, was good. Miss Fricker, A.R.A.M. A.R.C.M., was the pianist, and she shewed her strength in aU the items she assisted at. The trio by Gade is a task not lightly to be undertaken, but Miss Fricker commands her key- board with such authority that the task had no terror for her. In (plain tones she manipulated the piano with delightful accuracy and address. Mr. W. H. Jones gave a few recitations in fine style, and Maskelyne and Cooke's animated war photographs concluded a very successful concert.

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