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[ FRANK HODGES BOMBSHELL.

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OPERETTA AT BLAENGARW.

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OPERETTA AT BLAENGARW. Great Success. On Wednesday and Saturday evenings of last week excellent performances of Astor Broad's cantata, "Golden Haif and Three Bears," were given by the children of Mount Zion English Baptist Church, Blaengarw, before crowded audiences at the Workmen's Hall, Blaengarw. The chairman for Wednesday evening was Rev. D. C. Davies (Blaengarw) and on Saturday, Rev E. C. Jone-. The singing, as well as the drama- tic side of the performance, waj- of a high order and reflected great credit on the arduous work and great ability of the conductor, Mr. J. Lugg, BIapn?arw. The following were the artistes: — "Que?n," Madame A. Rees-Perkins, Pontycym- mer; "Golden Hair," Miss "B. M. Spares, Blaengarw; "Bard," Mr. B<'n Jones; "Big Bruin," Mr. William Jones; "Mammy Muff," Master Percy J. Thomas: "Tiny Cub," Master James Floyd; "Faithful." Miss Eunice Hatch: "Lightfoot," Mrs. D. Michael; "Airy," Miss Gladys Sparkes; "Frailty," Miss Florrie Els- bury "Will-o'-the-Wisp," Miss G. Michael. Each of the artistes did their work admirably. and special mention must be made concerning the Queen and Golden Hair, who gave the audi- ence of their best. The scenery, etc., wa- in the capable hands of Mr. James Lawrence, who was stage manager. Miss Robinson, Tymeinor In- fants" School, in her skilful manner, supplied I' all the paper flowers and decorations. The ac- companists were: Organ. Miss C. Elsbury; piano, Mr. G. H. Spark es. A.T.C.L. Much praise is due to all who worked so hard to bring' abtmt sHch a successful concert, which was the "hit of the season." The energetic sec- retary was Mr. Jack Thorn. Blaengarw.

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