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ABERAYON POLICE COURT. I

"THE GENERAL PICTON," PORTHCAWL.

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MAESTEG URBAN DISTRICT COUNCIL.

NANTYFFYLLON.

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NANTYFFYLLON. Jerusalem C.M.—A grand concert was held at the above place on Tuesday evening of last week. The Trinity Choir, under the conductor- ship of Miss Jennie Griffiths, rendered their ser- vices. The choir scored a great success, and Miss Griffiths deserves much praise for its effi- ciency. The meeting was presided over by Miss- Sophia Bowen. The duties of accompanist were. ably carried out by Mr. W. B. Evans. The pro- gramme was opened in grand style with the. choir in The Fishermen's, Chorus." This was- followed ];y Mi.-s Jennie Griffiths, who sang The Songs of Wales" very sweetly. Miss Phyllis Novello Davies recited "Y Deryn Bach". very effectively. "How can I comfort thete?'* sung by Miss M. A. Evans, was well received. The choir fcLowed with "Duw a sycli bob devgryn" (encored). Miss Bessie Bevan was heard to advantage in her rendering of "Meso- potamia" (encore-'). Miss Annie Phillips greatly pleased the audience iti "Thore's a Land," which was encored, and she responded with "Perfect Day." The duet, "Tell me,. Gentle Stranger," by Misses Evans and Griffiths, received loud applause, and was en- cored. The choir contributed H Ar lau Iorddeu Ddofn" (T. Gabriel). The drama- tic manner in which Miss Phyllis Davies recited "Guilty or Not Guilty" called for an encore, which was responded to. The quartette, Ti wyddost beth ddywed fy Nghalon," was feel- ingly sung. A humorous sketch, entitled, Rhanu'r deisen," enacted by Misses Melodia Evans, Bevan and Martin Edmunds, created, much enjoyment. Miss Griffiths again contri- buted a solo. The programme closed with th& choir singing "In this hour of Softened Splen- dour." A hearty vote of thanks was accorded to all who had taken part, and a pleasant even- ing was brought to a close by the singing of the National Anthem.

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