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Pfcntre Bye-Election.

New Wesleyan Schoolroom. Treorchy.I

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Mid-Rhondda ChamberI of Trade.

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Bakers' Pn5ze Scheme.


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i jLeague of Young Liberals

Organ Recital at Llwynypia.

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Mr. Pencie Smith's Symphonies The third of the eeriee of Symphonies by Mr." Percie G. Smith's Orchestra at St. James' Schoolroom, Cymmer., Porth, will take place next Monday night, the 28th inst. The Symphony chosen 18 Schubert's B Minor (The Unfinisked). Tlie success following these «ffortfc are most gratifying, and gives the members of the orchestra great encouragement. Nothing is spared to give each Symphony as complete as possible, and the explana- tory remarks at the commencement enables everyone who listens a guide to enjoy them. Great confidence is felt that tkis move- ment will have an effect on our local musical taste, and an exarrfole is given of the possibilities that exist, providing the public show their appreciation. No charge is made for admission and the entire expense is borne by the members and friends who desire to toiboaioibe. Beside the Symphony, the overture "Rosamunde" and the" Serenade" for tenor voice will be given by Mr. David Thomas, Wattstown, and it is hoped that advantage will be taken of the opportu- nity. especially bv musical studente. There is an ambitious programme in contem- plation, and should the same interest continue, the members will feel their efforts well rewarded to see the building again filled as on the previous occasions. The chair will be taken by Mr. Thos. Griffiths, J.P. (Insoles Collieries. Ltd.), at 8,

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