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CROWDED AUDIENCE I ENJOY ENTERTAINMENT AT I CLYDACH. The crowded audience at the Church RaJl, Cljdaeh. were gnven a rare treat on Thurs- day night, when the Swansea Naval Brigade bonder Oommodon* Lieut. Rodgens) and the Second bwanf>ea Valley Boy Soout, Troon fScoutmaster C. C. Leopold) gave an excel- lent miøcellaneous entertainment,. The obair was occupied by Commissioner Henry N. Mlers, who extended a hearty welcome to the young patriots. The programme was most interesting and varied, the boys performing the drills and exercises with the precision of veterans. The vocal and instrumental items were well received. The brigade band. consisting ? 36 mstrumentalist?, delighted the MMUenoe with their excellent selections, Mdm'Km credit is due to Bandmaster Riddiford. The Boy 800m bu?Iera also dis- 'tini8J1ed themllel, The tit-bit of the evening was the production of a dramatio I ekptob, entitled A Brother's Devotion," written and produced under the personal j' supervision of Mr. W. A. Mines. The sketch was well acted, and the various camp scenes were shown with remarkable realism. The following artistes contributedOomio song, Mr. Barry: song, Master Savage; signal iii. structor. Mr Botcher. The proceeds were divided between the fnnds of the Naval Brigade and the Scout Troop.

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