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ANOTHER "BREEZY" MEETING.

ST. THEODORE'S, KENFIG HILL.

COURT DUNRAVEN, No. 3031.…

ANNUAEETING AND DINNER.

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ANNUAEETING AND DINNER. PRESENTS TO THE SECRETARY. ( s The an meeting of the members of the Neath Libdub was held at the Club-house on ) Monday nimder the presidency of the Mayor (Councilloikin Morgan). There was a large I attendancemembers. The Secretary (Mr Harry Wis) presented his statement of accounts fe past half year, which showed a considerabprovement in the financial and numerical-ion of the club. This was con- sidered hijatisfactory, and the accounts were unanimou opted. Mr Wm. Williams, M.P., was re-ele,)resident of the Club. Mr Philip Thomas selected treasurer, and Mr Harry Williams ;ary. Mr Carl Kappel was elected to fill a ocy in the number of trustees of the Club. Blowing were elected to act upon the come:—Messrs J. M. Jenkins, E. E. Gibbs, J.Morgan, E. C. Jones, and J. D. Porter. The me closed with a vote of thanks to the Chairman THE DINNER. The mrs of the Club met at their annual dinner at)lub-house on Tuesday night. The Mayor oath (Councillor Hopkin Morgan) presided, there was a numerous and hilarious gatheringhe Mayor was supported by some of the leamembers of the Club. The dinner, which wimirably served by the Steward and Stewards the Club (Mr and Mrs Day), was laid in billiard room, which was suitably decorate< Dinner, the Mayor proposed the usual loyal and pati toasts, and Messrs D. Sherries, J. D. Portdexander Thomson, and Mr D. T. Sims, J,le latter of whom was stated to have smelt uied quantities of burnt gunpowder), respondcAt a later stage of the proceedings, the May an excellent speech, said the gather. ing was ue in one particular, as they were about tike a presontation to their worthy secretary) had rendered them such efficient and sucled services. He considered that in order to thoroughly efficient secretary of a club he d possess certain qualifications in a marked ree. These qualifications were: I, ana 2, sound judgment, otherwise commons 3, application. These Mr Harry Williamsessed, as they all had good reason to knowie presentation would, he felt sure, be esteeby Mr Williams, not for its intrinsic value, b a token of the esteem and the affec- tionate d of the members of the Club. CountA. Russel Thomas, after saying that he founiifficult to follow in the wake of the Mayor, was famous for his meteoric flights of eloquenProceeding, he alluded to the value of the 883 of Mr Williams to his employers ac Swansed said that the payment made to him by the 'was, in comparison, purely nominal- Mr Wii had rendered special service to the Liberaly in the matter of registration. The 1r then made the presentation, which consistla puree containing JE50. and a hand- some I keyless English lever watch. The latter !the monogram of Mr Williams, and the fong inscription Presented to Mr Harry iams by the members of the Neath Liberaib, as a mark of esteem, January, 1895." The 3h was attached to a chaste curb patterible albert. Botbh and albert were supplied by Messrs DaviesSons, jewellers, Neath. Mr10 Williams, in thanking the Club for their ptation, alluded to the fact of his being a paichint of the Club, and he bad never dreamieing honoured with a testimonial. He felt the Club influence had been for good. It had boe means of bringing their Parliamen. tary rentatives into closer touch with their constia. He remembered the late Mr Dillwying at a public meeting that he had not btt Neath to address a meeting for 10 years.) was sorry to have to say that the Libert Neath bad nob given the Club the suppaey had a right to expect from them. Couor J. D. Llewellyn proposed "Success to thftral Club," and Mr D. M. Jenkins and Mr POrennan seconded. Thtyor having to leave, Conncillor J. D Llewetook the chair. Sevother toasts were duly honoured. SonceUent songs were rendered by Mr Wm. Howdr Wheatley, and others, and a capital banjej) was contributed by Mr Eynon. Mr Eliass the accompanist throughout the eveni:

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