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BRYNMAWR. CO-OPTIOx.-The seat on the District Council rendered vacant by the death of the late Mr Richard Jones is to' be filled by co-option. BE-NEFrT.-Through the efforts of Mr Gus Har- rington and Mr D. Gibson Harris, the hall has been secured for the benefit concert to be given to Mr Jack Fawke. TESTIMONIAL.—A fund for the purpose of pre- senting the former Vicar of Brynmawr with a testimonial has been started. Mr J. E. Davies is treasurer. FoOT-RACE.-At Crumlin, on Saturday, George Davies, of Brynmawr, met F. Bridgewater, of Six Bells, over 120 yards for £ 20 a-side. After a couple of false starts, Bridgwater got'away and won by about five yards. ACCEPTS CALL.—Mr D. Hendy Davies, B.A. Carmarthen College) has accepted a call, as suc- cessor to the Rev. W. Crwys Williams, to Rheoboth Congregational Church. Mr Davies has had a successful collegiate career, is a poet of repute, and choir conductor of National Eis- teddfodic fame. AN OLD HOTEL.-—Mr Trump, on behalf of Messrs. A. Buchan, brewers, Rhymney, the own- ers of the Griffin Hotel, the licence of which was not renewed at the ordinary sessions, said at the adjourned session negotiations for the purchase' of the freehold of the hotel had advanced a stage. When his client did obtain the freehold they would surrender the licence, but, having regard to clauses in the lease from the ground landlord, they could not do it now. The licence was re- newed on the understanding that plans for repairs be submitted. The Griffin Hotel is one of the oldest commercial hotels in South Wales and West of England. COMPETITIVE MEETING.—A competitive concert was held under the auspices of the Bethesda 'Congregational Church at the Market Hall on the 6th inst. Mr W. M. Taylor presiding. Male voice competition—four parties competed, name- ly, Brynmawr. Rhymney, Blaina and Blaenavon. The Blaina party, conducted by Mr F. W. Angel, were the winners. Soprano sol-1, Madam Cutter, Ebbw Vale; 2, Miss Olive Bevan, Aber- carn. Contralto solo-first and second prizes divided betwen Miss Gladys Arthur, Newbridge, and -MI 'ss Gladys Smith, Brynmawr. Tenor Solo- Alr G. Jones, Blaina; 2, Mr Gwilym Taff, Maesteg. Bass solo-first prize divided be- tween Mr John James, Ebbw Vale, and Mr George Price, Blaina; 2, Mr G. Lucas, Varteg.

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