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ABERGWYNFI. 9,n.^londay, a singing festival was held at labor Independent Chapel. The singing was of a very high order and was accom- panied by a full orchestral band. Mr oan Williams, A.L.C.M., was the conduc- J? *s hoped the festival will be held annually. Considerable interest was evinced in the forthcoming District Council election. The retiring councillors are Mr David Williams, Abergwynfi; Mr John Morgan, Cymmer, and Mr W. Matthias, Glyncorrwg. It is rumoured that there will be several other candidates. Mr Dayson, it is believed, will try hIS strength, and if he does he will probably be successful. •p It would be interesting to hear when the ■tublic Hall is likely to be opened. We wonder when the proposed Sunday ueiivery of letters will become an accom- plished fact. Since the collapse of the Tory Club thirsty souls are, on the Sabbath, refreshed at Cymmer.

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