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FAliEWELL DINNER Ai LLWYNYPIA. On Wednesday evening, the 8th inst., at the. Liwvnyina Old School, a eokl supper and con- cert was held by the Llwynypia Temperance r-ium and Fife Band, on the departure of one of their oldest members, Mr David John, of Penygraig, who was leaving the locality for Australia. Tho tables were !aid in good style, an I a splendid supper was provided by IVSrs Laving ton,, Tonypandy, which commenced at 6 p.m., and about 130 partook of the good things provided. In an adjoining room the concert was held, and in the unavoidable ab- sence of Mr Tom John, the chair was taken by Mr D. Bcvan, of Sherwood. The concert was opened by a selection from the band, and songs were rendered by Mr James Murray (SLerwood), Miss Thomas (Heolfach), Mr Dd. Morgan aaid Miss Bevan (Llwynypia), flute duet, Messrs E. T. Stephenson and Charles West; piccolo and pianoforte duet, Messrs Charles West and A. Meredith. At the close of the concert, Mr David John was presented by Mr E. T. Stephenson (bandmaster) on be- hclf of the band. with a meerschaum pipe,after v.hich he made a short suitable peech. Mr John thanked the band for the present, and it was seen that he was greatly moved. The audience sang. "For he's a joliy good fellow," etc. After the usual votes of thanks the band played another selection, everyone having thus f.ir enjoyed themselves to their hearts content. After the concert the time was spent by a conversazione, at which Mr A. Haines filled the post of M.C. lilr A. Meredith presided at the piano, Mr James 'Challenger at the I violin, and a very enjoyable time was spent until the morning. On Thursday morning the bund accompanied Mr David John to Dinas station to meet the 10.40 tmin, during which time they played many tunes to cheer their ol I friend off. •


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