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SWANSEA. POLICE COURT.I

SWANSEA. Y.M.C.A.

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GLAMORGAN COUNTY COUNCIL

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CONCERT AT RHYDDINGS CHAPEL.…

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CONCERT AT RHYDDINGS CHAPEL. u On Thursday evening in last week there was a large attendance at the successful concert and entertainment in connection with RhyddiDgs Con- gregational Chapel, which proved most enjoyable. Miss S. G. Davies, a Trecaatle soprano, and the winner of ten championshipa and a gold crown, was heard to Imuch advantage in "The Star of Bethlehem." She subsequently took part in a quartette with Miss Mageie Jenkins, Mr. J. H. Rees, and Mr. A. James, and a duet with Miss Maggie Jenkins. Mrs. W. P. Gwynne, Cert. R. A.M., who accompanied, gave some splendid pianoforte selections; Mr. Arthur James sang "Drake's Drum," and "Wonders of the Deep," in good style; Mr. W. H. Jones, the well-known local elocutionist, recited a couple of appropriate pieces Mr. J. H. Rees sang 0, promise me Mr, Ernest Jones gave some excellent violoncello solos; and Miss Maggie Jenkins, of Manselton, a contralto of some local repute, contributed Hamilton Gray's Dream of Paradise," and Gocd-bye," with charming effect.

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THE I ATTAINMENT OF HAPPINESSJ

TRINITY CHAPEL LITERARY SOCIETY.

ST. HELEN'S EVENING CONTINUATION…

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