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Treforest. A concert which was noticeable for its high mark of artistic excellence was held by the Tre- forest Male Voice Society at Libanus Chapel on Thursday evening. Alderman W. H. Morgan, Forest House, was announced to occupy the chair, but as he was unavoidably absent, his place was filled by Mr Frederick Hill, another leading citizen of Treforest. who is to be numbered amongst the Society's warm sup- porters. It goes without saying that the attend- ance was large, and as appreciative as numerous. The soloists,all of whom were aocorded a hearty reception, whose efforts were loudly applauded, were Miss Gertie Wedlake, the sweet young Songstress from Cardiff; Miss Gwen Foster, Penygraig, whose pure voice simply delighted her hearers; Mr Tom Thomas, A.C., Ynvshir, and Mr David Evans (Eos Cynon), Abercynon, both of whom shone with their accustomed bril- liancy. An artiste who appeared to distinct ad- vantage in another department was Mr Mathew CJeoree, Pentyrch, an elocutionist whose powers always command a sympathetic ear. The Male Voice Party, in whose singing the improvement is becoming more and more marked, did very well indeed in their renderings of "Long Day Closest," "The Martyr's," and "Comrades in Arms." It need hardly be said that the party and their gifted conductor, Mr D. Davies, F.T.S.C., came in for a full share of applause. ELECTRIC TEA s specially blencierl for the water of this district-Is 8d, 2s, and 2s 4d per lb. 2873 On Thursday Mr James Richards provided a pleasant little trip to Penarth for the lady mem- bers of his class at Saron Sunday School. The Party numbered about 20, and included Mr and Mrs Richards, and the pastor, the Rev D. M. Jones, and Mrs Jones. The journey was made per brake, and a very enjoyable time was spent '™rttbe beach at tbe famous Welsh seaside re- The members of the Treforest Male Voice Society were keenly disappointed at the an- nouncement that the competition at Earl's Court bad been abandoned for lack of entries, but a large number of the party were desirous of still carrying out the trip to London. This trip, however, the treasurer persuaded them to forego pointing out that if they did so they would find themselves without any funds. With much reluctance, therefore, the outing was abandoned and a trip to Weston on Wednesday substituted! A large number undertook the journey, and needless to say, they enjoyed themselves tho- roughly, some of them experiencing very lively tunes.

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