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I LLANDDEUSANT. I A successful concert, in aid of St. Dunstan's Home for Blind Soldiers, Regent's Parie, W., was given at the Council School, under the presidency of Mr. Morgan Jones, Cilbrydwen, who in his opening spech sympatheti- cally referred to the object of the con- cert, which was taking place when almost every family in the land is oppressed by grief or anxiety regarding loved ones sworn to defend the coun- try and the sanctity of its hearth. Not- withstanding these conditions, an in- fluential Ladies' Committee had striven to cast forth the spirit of gloom, and to strike a more joyful note in getting together a host of musical and literary talent. It would be invidious to indi- vidualise any performance. The con- tributions were all of a very high stan- dard, and much appreciated by a packed house. The concert will live long in the annals of the mountainous district of Llanddeusant, and bring much credit to Miss Mary Lewis, Miss Maggie Roderick, and Mr. Lewis Lewfe for the splendid programme they had pro- vided. A substantial sum will be handed over to the above deserving Home.

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