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Shepherdery at Pontypridd.


Shepherdery at Pontypridd. SMOKING CONCERT. A most successful smoking concert was held in connection with the "Rose of Pontypridd Lodge of Shepherds at the Lodge house, viz., the Maltsters' Arms Hotel, Pontypridd, on Thursday evening, when Bro. William Wil- liams (secretary) was voted to the chair, sup- ported by the officers of the lodge. There were also three presentations made to three members of the lodge the same evening. The first presentation was made by Bro. Alfred Williams to Bro. C. P. Brown for passing through the various offices to the satisfaction of the lodge. These two presentations took the form, of a beautifully framed Past Master's certificate. The third presentation was a beautifully framed emblem of merit presented by Bro. William Hobbs to Bro. Thomas Knott for bringing in the largest number of members during the year 1898. A very enjoyable even- ing was spent, the following giving their ser- vices: Pianist, Bro. Edward Williams (trea- surer) songs were rendered by Messrs W. V, Efcivics, Thomas Jones, Thomas Fieldhouse, Lewis Hughes, and Hawkins; al-o songs by Bros. William Knott, Thomas Knott, Thos. Morgan, 'Tlobcrt Pitiiian, and W511iam Wil- liams, and a splendid recitation by Mr Harry White. Bro. William Baker proposed the toast of the Lodge, and Bro. William Williams (secretary) responded in most masterly speech; Bro. J. Parker then proposed a hearty vote of thanks to the chairman, pianist, and singers, and the chairman suitably responded. The singing of the National Anthem hroug-hf. one of tho most enjoyable v,,n,*ti, in ihf) his. tory of the lodge to a close.


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