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PENTREVOELAS. CONCERT.—An excellent concert was given by the Voelas Male Voice Party on Thursday evening, in the schoolroom, in aid of the Paro- chial Reading Room. The chair was occupied by Mr G. Bovill, Rhydyoreua, Bettwsycoed, and the. conductor was the vicar of the parish. The performance of the choir reflected great credit on the conductor, Mr Jenkin Roberts, their rendering of .several difficult pioces was most ad- mirable," and aiiowed sig'ns of careful training. In addition to several solos, duetts, etc., by different members of the choir—notably by Mr J. W. Davies—solos were also sung by Mr Lewis Thomas, Mill House; Mr E. Roberts, Nantglyn; and a tation was given bty Mr T. Hughes, Cerrigellcwm. During the evening addresses were given by the Chairman, the Vicar, the Rev. Ellis Roberts, Mr Thomas Evans, and Mr John Jones, Penlan, on the ad- va-ntages of a reading room, and they urged upon all the young men present to avail them- selves of them. The secretary of the concert was Mr J. S. Roberta, School House, who is alsD the energetic seurctary of the reading room, and the accompanist was Mr libber Roberta. Mrs Wynne Finch, Veclae il-ii.. and lioas: party were present, and the school was crowded with on appreciative audience. The usual vote of thanks and the singing oi the English and Welsh National Anthems termiated the pro- ceedings-

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