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SKETTY NOTES. I Municipal Secondary Schoo! lads gave a capital entertainment at Pare Wern Red Cross Hospital on Tuesday evening. Mr. W. A. Beanland, B.A., presided, and R. Jellv was the accompanist to the de- lightful vocal solos of H. Evans, W. Cur- ran and L. Jones, and the monologues of B. Gostomski. Piano and violin selections were respectively rendered by W. T. Owen, M. Jones and Bi Barter, and a piccolo solo by L. Solomon. The chorus, "Widdicombe Fair," contributed by B. Brewer, M. Lynn, ,Iau Stewer, H. Harman, P. Gurney, A. Bromham, H. Wawke aud A. Ross, caught on well; as did two recitations by T. 0. Richards. The second part of the pro- gramme was the trial scene from the "Mer- chant of Venice," and the characters taken were as follows Shylock, M. Lynn Portia, C. A. Oldham, Duke, G. Phillips; Bas- sanio. It. 17Winahi; Antonio, H. Brom- ham; Gratiano, W. floss; Nerissa, A. Ross; Nibal. K. Olspon; Clerk, T. 0. Richards. Sergt. Clement thanked the visitors for their varied and pleasing enter- tainment. It would be well if the Rural District Authority had the dangerous rut crossing the road at the top of Llewellyn-street, near Wesley Chapel, levelled without de- lay, as after rain it holds water arikle deep, and in the recent dark and frosty nights haD been coated with ice. Several persons have had nasty falls. Motor cars are also likely to come to grief there. Sketty Allotments Association is well in harness, and has already allocated sixty digging and fourteen ploughing plots at Hill House Estate, while twenty-five appli- cations are in the hands of the honorary secretary, Mr. J. II. Morgan. Taking ad- vantage of the gloriously fine weather on Sunday, several were busy on the land with pick a.nd shovel, some of them forfeit- ing their afternoon nap. The younger members of the Sketty Volunteer Company in the band have a football tsam, and keep the leather rolling at week-ends. On Saturday afternoon, at Singleton, they played St. Margate's. Both sides combined well and ma-V in- teresting feet and head movements, and the re-,ult-a draw—indicated the play.

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