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" DAN OLYGIAETH " CYMRO'R…

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PA LE MAE'R CYFEILLION?

-CTFLAFAN SPION KOP.l i.

♦ DEDWYDDWCH.

. SILOH NEWYDD, GLANDWR.

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SWANSEA. POLICE COURT.I

SWANSEA. Y.M.C.A.

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GLAMORGAN COUNTY COUNCIL

THE ROYAL JUBILEE METAL EXCHANGE…

CONCERT AT RHYDDINGS CHAPEL.…

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THE I ATTAINMENT OF HAPPINESSJ

TRINITY CHAPEL LITERARY SOCIETY.

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TRINITY CHAPEL LITERARY SOCIETY. Under the auspices of the above Society a can- tata was recently performed by the choir, en- titled "DilynyrIesu." The conductor was Mr. G. T. Rees, son of the composer, Alaw Ddu. The artistes were-Sopranos, Misses B. Matthews, May Davies, and Agnes Morgan; contralto, Mrs. Rowland Jones tenor, Mr. Dan Morgan; bass, Mr. Ben Tudor Davies. A most effective render- ing of the cantata was followed by a miscella- neous programme, in which Mr. Josiah Thomas sung two capital songs, and to an encore he gave The Pirate of Porteynon," and that favourite of all Swansea audiences, Mr.W.H. Jones,recited in his own inimitable style, as also did Miss Helena Roase, of Wrexham. The accompanist was Miss Maggie Morgan.

ST. HELEN'S EVENING CONTINUATION…

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