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BRYNAMMAN COMPETITIVE CONCERT.

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BRYNAMMAN COMPETITIVE CONCERT. A large crowd of music and literary lovers assembled at Gibea Chapel on Saturday even- s ing last, on the occasion of a competitive con- cert being held in aid of the widow and chil- dren of the late John W. Jones, Cwmgarw Road. The deceased husband and father being a native of Gwaun-cae-gurwen, the event attracted the interest of the inhabitants of. both districts. The Rev. W. D. Thomas and Mr. Edgar Davies, M.A., Gwaun-cae- gurwen, presided, and Mr. Rhys Evans (Alltfab), schoolmaster, Cwmgorse, con- ducted. Mr. Arthur Williams, Brynamman, accompanied. The secretaries were Messrs. Jonah Jones, Chapel Street, and Mr. T. B. Williams, Mountain Road; treasurer, Mr Wm. Jones, New Road; chairman of com- mittee, Mr. Herbert Thomas, Mountain Road. Mr. Ivor Owen, A.R.C.O., Swansea, adjudi- cated the music, while, Mr. Tom Harry, Gamant, the National elocutionist, had charge of the Tecitations. The following awards were made:— Recitation under 16: Bessie Jones, Bryn- amman. Solo under 16: Emrys Jones., Glanamman. Novice solo: Mr. Johnny Wilkins, Bryn- amman. Novice recitation: Miss Cecilia Williams, Alltwen, Pontardawe. Open recitation: Miss CeinweB Smith, Gwaun-cae-gurwen. Open solo: Mr. Owen Morgan, Gwaun- cae-gurwen.

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