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Mardy. Post Free, a marvel of accurate time- keeping, Gent's American Lever Watch, Stem Wind, Stem Set and fully warranted, 3/11. Money will be returned in full if not satisfied. Packed in a strong wooden box, post free. J. Barnes (talk of the Town), Mardy. On Thursday and Saturday evenings last, performances of a beautiful operetta, entitled Snow White," were given by the Carmel (E.B.) Children's Choir, under the able conductorship of Mr. Tom Thomas. The principals were Miss Polly Thomas, Madam Clayton-Jones, Mr. Emrys Davies, all of Mardy; and Mr. Daniels, of Penygraig. Miss Thomas and Madam Clayton-Jones rendered their solos in a manner not likely soon to be forgotten by those who had the. pleasure of hearing them, and earned high encomiums from Mardy" music-lovers. The scenery in the second act was most real- istic, live rabbits sporting themselves on the stage; while the third act, showing the bedchamber where Snow White (Miss Polly Thomas) lay dying, was so pathetic, that many in the large audi- ences were moved to tears; and again, the rapturous joy of the dwarfs, on learn- ing that Snow White." did not die after partaking of the, poisoned apple, was a piece of acting rarely seen in a children's choir; while the "Chief Dwarf (Mr. J. James) will long be re- membered for his inimitable display of innocent fun. The orchestra, presided over by Messrs. T'al. E. Richards and Gwilym Lewis, delighted the audiences with their exquisite renderings of the music. The singing of the choir was delightful, and the happy results achieved are the fruits of careful and patient train- ing, and Mr. Tom Thomas is to be heartily congratulated on its successful con- clusion. It is undoubtedly the desire of many people in Mardy that Mr. Thomas should continue in his good work. The scenery was arranged under the super- vision of Mr. Gomer Evans, whose ener- getic efforts were well rewarded by the applause the beautiful scenes elicited, and the success of the performances.