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•=■ ■ NEATH'S "NATIONAL."

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•=■ ■ NEATH'S "NATIONAL." ENTHUSIASTIC TOWN'S MEET- ING. GOING TO MAKE A SUCCESS OF IT. A large and enthusiastic town's meet- ing, convened by the Mayor of Neath (Alderman H. P. Charles), was held on Tuesday night at the Gwyn Hall, Neath, in connection with the National Eistedd- fod to be held at Neath in 1918. Alderman Charles presided, supported bv Mr. T. J. Williams, M.P. (Swansea District), Aklerniitn Hopkin Morgan, J.P. (chairman Glamorgan County Council), and Mr. Phflip Thomas (secretary), all the districts which had supported Neath's ap- plication being represented. The Chairman remarked that it was very gratifying to them that their appli-, cation had been successful. The Secretary read the letter received » from Sir E. Vincent Evans, secretary of the National Association, formally notify- ing that the application of the inhabitants of Neath for the National Eisteddfod of 1918 had been granted. It expressed the hopfe that they would proceed at the earliest possible date to elect subjects for competition and to take tHe necessary steps for proclaiming the Eisteddfod. Alderman Hopkin Morgan then moved a resolution expressing pleasure that the i National Eisteddfod of 1918 is to be held at Neath, and thanking the Gorsedd for selecting Neath. He was confident that with all pulling together they would make the Eisteddfod a great avid memorable success. (Cheers. ) Mr. T. J. Williams, M.P., seconding, expressed the hope that the Eisteddfod of HaS would be the "Peaee Eisteddfod." (Cheers.) The resolution was unaui-, mously carried. it was agreed that the General Com- mittee consist of forty members, with power to co-opt twenty further members, each to be a guarantor and subscriber. Alderman Hopkin Morgan urged that in the appointment of the committee they would have regard, first, to the success of the Eisteddfod, and, secondly' to the dis- trict. It was decided to divide the representa- tion into twelve districts, each of those outside Neath to have two representa- tives. Mr. Philip Thomas (secretary pro tem.) was unanimously elected secretary' of the General Committee, with Ir. I Stuart Thompson (London City aiirl N, ? land Bank) as treasurer, and the Mayor I and Alderman Hopkin Morgan as chair- > man and vice-chairman respectively.

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