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I SEVEN SISTERS. I At the Palace, Seven Sisters, on Thursday last, a performance of "St. Paul" (Mendelssohn) was given by the Blaencuilnis Choral^Keciet-v, assisted by a lirst-ola;s orche.vtra. and the. fol- lowing artistes: Soprano. Mme. Gun- to r-V» illiams, Newpor! c.outralto, Miss itf se Daynioiul, < )nlhvyn, who mado b'u- lirst ai>]K>aiVince aS a professional, and acquitted herself admirably. A brilliant future may safely be prediet- i'or Misa Daymond, who is but- i.i tier teens. Tho toner suuL I'iriv.. :e s bests wer- the Xr.ti.omi! winn-es. Messrs. Torn Ronnel and Glan- villo Dav ios, r< spect i vcl an d the whoio wa.s under the baton of Mr. I). Yt Morgan. It is no exaggeration to say titit this performance wa.s the h^-st musical treat that has ever been gicon in tlvo valley. Nothing bu. praise has been showered on the choir for their ea vgniiiceiit rendering, and this speaks well of the conductor, and the pains he lias taken in bringing them to such a- 1 igh standard. Speaking of the performance. Mute. C unter- Williams stated 'I have sung the soprano part il .t. Paul's' six times, but the ren- 'derii.'g of this choir completely sur- prised me, especially the chorus up arise.' I have never b 1 it, sung so well be fore." Some ft ring testimony was given by Ifr. Corner Jones, Bridgend, leader of the orches- tra. who said: "It was a. great pity th.<t the committee could not see their way clear to have a few performances after the great, saeritie tho choir had made during the d'rk dreary nights attending practices." The accompan- ist was Mr .John 0 Yi'iliouns. L.R.A.M. \;1, recent Nat i<"ui( v.-iinior) v. i'.o x- tier- night. The. presi- dent lor %}ie evening wis the Rev. E. lb: :os. and the oh-iriran D. rr h omas. >E. rumour i- corr<nt tinit- there is cb;jir j.U services f'ibe t'ue soldiers and sailoj^' o ar hosnit >! Neath at the end of the preo-ort month. oil cor "St. Paul"' vn' camu Yn swn y frwydr lavrr. A fvuyddo- ud Cymru S;,cid yn ;nlseinio 'nawr. e'eb'e^l ycb edd goe'cndo "b. r illwel ar y cor. Aed music nob resaado i'r boys tu clra-.v i'r nor. Cc rddoriaci-h gvssogredig A glywir ar bob tant, A.r e! y llais carediti' Sv'n troi j>ob Saui yn Sant. I "I s o cane ;m y <i\ 11 Oav. "Caidwr.d" S au o Tarsus Ac I'hvrob fawr yu rhydd. Ceirtinc y livd ,lyy:)l Y h y gerddorjl'.ei h hyn, Cud r-wn y hvd -mnteiad Ddaw o r cyfarulir syn. Mi wn am la wer Cymro Ku yma'n canu'n ftine, Svd.l yn y ffosydc! bono Yu gorfod "clal y line." Dychweiaf at y miwsic, Gado.waf wyr y ffos. A dwedaf nawr fed critic — cor vii c:iiiii'ii dlos. Y tenor a'r soprano A'r fwyn. "Roedd y pedwaf llais fel awol Y gv.anwyn dros y lhryn. Afer hyfrvd clywecl "G lanville" Lawr yn bass, Ronnel" fel yr anvil X 'u hedydd yn y glas. Miss ]- Gunter, rhaiV^Vn canu'n grand, A vwynol i' r ''Reporter O >dci ely.ved "'strains y band." ;f¡ !n,lf i'r arweinydd, P': ?I?t. Buid ?'r 'C?r. v!Igor a ciiadeirvdd, many, many more! ? ? D u ais. On 'oiichty week the death took > i' a rrspeotod resident of Seven h e ]H>rsort of Mr. Joshua 7}rv:wlul;ws-avenue, in his 27th ii t,: i-ni (,i-it was at Soar burial ground, the Rev. Edmund Dayics offi- Also th ■ der-e Mrs. Tba!,ori:a '■f e!r..Lbe.elvn i?-i'>erts. Bryndulais- ladv v. as a native (If X oia.h VvVi"s, but had resided here lavnbor of jo-era. 11)(. funeral took place <-n ThtK'dee-t!x> burial being at Peeygroo: X. V»". '•nee h..i X eath R I District Ciutneil has taken aver the elcctrio I'-<v,s order. It is to bo h'ped that tb" one. at the back of CommerciaL'-tr- o. better known as Pa la o«.-road, wiU soon be put in order, as this spot is a very dangerous one for pedestrians at present.—manv hav- ing- come in contact with the hedge on tho other si^o. During the week-end at the local butchers' shops meat rrt ior.s <> head wore given out. i ia.re 11: r-, J t. 1\ of tightening our 1wh. Home fmt wags maintain ti u: t their "york b might well bo used instead of i e'ta. I A public nK'ctin?v.'a? !e id at r?' Baptist Ch?p?i <.? '??(- ?' ?. week to ]>rotest agamst tlie ooe-p-> tion of the heal stit'-foocl c"?';?<) eon;- mitteo,, and also to consiuer the lood short-age throughout the I/viw; j Mr. George Jones preside- Atr. r/n Lloyd placed nmttera before the ;n i ntt. e:; d dealt at s^roe !• ngeb ,e, t; '.h«- in 'irue.ss to the Dybeo Vail, y by ;r- ns r; y p oiis i b l e for i'"1 b-- > v i on oi the local fool eoi'i'raloe. i 're- L<t-; leid been sent ft Lovd hi h:ei-;i'i T'etrarding trjis, al) /mines wore sn >- mitted to the Neath Rural ;)i,-ao- Council, ?;k tl!Ill to alhuv L'<: Labour element hett- re prcavo; t ?d on d ie committc-e. it w.e-: further statcn! that Labour etui.a is t. of Ur. per cent, "If the valley but the '1J::l ;1,- mitted vvore e.oc adopted. Some members of li i-oej • Committee w. re present, namely Mr. Williams, co-op. manager. Skewon and Mr. T 'ojii Williams, Skewon. also1 the 1 executive officer for the district, Mr. • YV. P. Jenkins. The Messrs. Williams i oxphiined they had )n>< o v o'-k'-ng I tor a rationing seheme for the district. rhoy ap}»<>eled to every one not to grumble but to help them. Re-miutions were carried that L-ibour demand:' i) per cent, of the remanent >tion ".a fie local food Prime Miidst'u- s honM be asked to bring about tho ubDH?i':n?i h?"i'Mid liquor in Wales. A resolution was also canned estve; rla' Ccunrv Council to nut th-' Feeding <)' St?t?' I Children' s A cr into o p Ln S:;¡;'("<:I:c;:h; r'j ";)i r:); i b.oing t xporienc-ed thra'ugh eut tlfo val- b>v—r.; nv ehiidren hat ine t-o oo te s •bo.o? v.ui b o^t food. :>e- h" e'■ M '■■ a. m-V v.Mr k ttvo .and th ree days a vro' 4:. Th. rr- is a rumo 'ir enrr-'ut- of m-tre :i, i;; r '5;r! so. Pte. t)d. lie van. t. .F., eon of ir. and ;1 i1:rs..». jievan, il Jryiih.ctuotr. ar- | i' -a d i'on: Tues d ay from Sa ionic: ";1. 1"(' h :ie- I, aa serving :}" tiie ;ast wire and children, reside :t:, Sta: 'iari.-t r.a Mr. and Mrs. Revon h i t" () 1: se-v i ng—Pte. A. jJiO.aa in ha-en an d bee \V. i bevan, in t'u- Amer i cai' r:r. y tv h o ;s < xp.ect- k ed to arrive sena; time in the spring. Pte. W. Daren wont to America 10 to 12 vo.are). ae.J -ceo one of" the iir:t. to joii> tie when < i 0r.1:;1,J \v :r. Alb are pleased to sca"> Pee it. Bevr.n lonkiiig so well. •' Pee. 'v-i. J. Jones. Welsh R-egt., son of a an d Mrs.. J ones. ?;t'T'?)!.? avenue. ivo lor the second time from brancc. Wo are pleased to hoar that Hi::c;,1::¡i D. R. Evans, Riile Brigade, who was admitted to a Liverpool hospital a few months ago. ;s progressing fuvour- ably. Sapper D. Evan- Engineers (Church street) has arrived at Salxord Hc-spital su fo ia.g from illness. He has seen over throe oil western front. Wo hope to hoar of his early recovery Seaman Dd. Thomas. Bronwydd. visited .lbs home over the week-end and all were pleased to see him looking so well.

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