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TREBANOS On Friday evening a recept-ion was held &t Goaen, in honour of Signaller Arthur Williama. youngest son of Mr Wm. Williams, Maesgwyn, Trebanos. Signaller Williams was home on leave from Franoe, after being in many hard fights during the last year. The Rev. D. G. Richards presided, sup- ported by the Rev. D. G. Rees, Messrs. D. Thomas and Dd. Roderick, Clydach. A mwcellaaieous concert was provided by the following artistes, —Songs, Mrs. Hodge, Miss Pitt and Miss Ethel Jones, Messrs. Dl. Morris, Wm. William, John Davies, Teddy Josiah Lloyl; recitations, Messrs. J. J Williams, DI. Morgan Bowen, Banos Davies. Penillio-n were sung by Miss Gwen WilHams. Signaller Williams was presented with treasury notes by the chairman, on behalf of the Reception Committee, and the recipient suitably responded. Speeches were delivered by the Rev. D. G. Rees, Mossn. D. Thomas, D. Roderick, Thomas Lloyd, John Hop- kin. The meeting terminated by sing- ing "Hen Wlad fy Nhadau" by Mr D. Davies. On Monday another reoeption was held at Gosen, this time to weloocms home Pte. David Evans, eldest son of Mr and Mrs. Wm. Evans New road, who has been in France for many months serving through most of the recent big pushes. Pte. Evant3 acts as a stretcher bearer, a very hazardous task alloted to some of our boys at the front. Mr Charles Jones presided being supported by Rev. D. G. Rich- ards, and Mr David Roderick, Clyd- ach. On behalf of the Reception Com- mittee, the chairman presented Pte. Evans with the usual gift of treasury notes, and he suitably responded. These gifts are ver highly appreciated by the boys, especially when a crowd- ed audience oome to show their ap- preciation of the sacrifices made by them, in different quarters of the globe. During the evening the following popular artistes took part: Songs, Missee M. Davies, Ceinwen Davies, R A. Bowen, Lizzie E. Williams, Messrs. Wm. Williams, David Davies, B. Davies, Joaiah Lloyd, John Davies, Teddy Morgan, Mr Lewis Williams and party. Recita.tiona, Messrs. J. J Williams, DI. Bowen, Mrs. John, Misses C A' Llovd, R. A. Bowen, G. Thomas, Ada Williams. Winnie Mor- gan, Cdssie WiUiaansi and Baroos Davies. At the close "Hen Wlad fy Nhadau" was sung y Mr Daniel Morris.

LORD RHONDDA AND MINERS.