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AMMANFORD. I

BRYNAMAN.I

BLAENAU.I

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BLAENAU. I On Sunday evening last, a large congrega- tion attended at Peniel, when the pulpit was occupied by Mr. Tom Griffiths, B.A., who is home for a few days from Aberystwyth Uni- fersity. His sermon was an excellent one, and was delivered with great ability. On the 30th ult., at Bronderi, Blaenau, a concert was held in honour of David T. Griffiths. The chair was ably filled by Mr. John Davies, Llety' rywen, and the accom- panist was Miss Letitia Davies, Bronderi. The following took part in the programme:—Song, Daniel John Roberts; recitation, Rhys Mor- gan; violin solo, James Davies; recitation, J. R. Morgan (Blaenfab). The usual gift was handed over by Mr. David Davies, Bronderi. At Peniel, Blaenau, on Friday, the 3rd inst., a grand reception concert was held in honour of Privs. J. Price Williams, A. Kelly, and G. Thomas. There were many heroes present as well as the above three, and a large audience came together. All the artistes did their work in good style, and were ably accompanied by Miss Alice Davies, Bryn- talbot. The usual gifts were handed to the heroes by Mr. John Roberts, Ty'rynon, Cwm- coch. The duties of chairman were ably ful- filled by Mr. Morgan Davies, Bryntalbot. The proceedings terminated with the singing of the National Anthem, the solo being taken by Mr. Harry W. John.

CWMAMMAN. I

IGORSLAS.

ILLANDEBIE.

LLANDILO. I

IMANORDEILO.

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TYCROES. I

Social at Penygroes. I

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Llandilo Board of Guardians.

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