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i ONLLWYN. A smoker wiu- held, at the Half-way Hojuse. <.n Saturday night, in aid of Mr Sam liindiards. who met with -an aocident by p.laymg football. The ehair.was taken by Mr John Evans, Thilais Gardens. Tlie concert was well attended, and was a great success. 1The Glyaneath team rendai-ed con- aiderable assistance ilii-oagii theil- ar- tistes. The oneert was opened hy, Mr I Fred Landrvv, Glynn«itli, the Cocn Singer, and the tand a lso bok part. Others who assisted were Mr Joe Lewis Seven Sisttr. and Mr D. Potter. The Glynneath simg^rs were Fred Landrey, George Bak«r, George- Pockering, AV. Howe]la, E. Edwards, T. Briggs, T. J. To'ague, and AVill Jones, of Onllwyn. The oQncert terminated with selections by the Glynneath nartv (conducted by Mr Fred Lancb^y). :u'd the bard. A football ma.teh was played at On- Ihn-n grounds last Sfiturday betwecn Onllwyn and Ahci*}3ergwm. A very keen contest t??ok pla<'?, and the re- sult wa.s: Onllwyn, 2: Aberpergwm, 2. The referee was Mr J. J amies. Pte. John Perry is home on his second leave from France. He has served two v-mrs with the colours.

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