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MORRISTON. To celebrate- the conclusion of it moat yuc?f?ami ?a.s?ti the m?jnb?fs of the Mor- I risten Allotment Society heM & smek(>r at the Tari?h Hall on Saturday evening. The Pmndent (Co?OCiUlor Dd. Matth?w?, J,P.) prided. Councillor D. J. Davies, in reviewing the work of the society, said that the whole of tho allotments (103 in number) had been cultivated and the ft." sults had been Satisfactory. They had re- cently become affiliated to the Agricul- tural Organisation Society and wore thua assured of the best possible advice. The following contributed to the programme i Messrs. W. J. Bowen, Joseph J ones, Joseph John, W. R. Arnold, D. J. Thomas, nd. Wtitliiii-, and Master D. Byron Davifcs. Mr. Eii-irvs Jones i^ccompanled. At the Old Prince, Morriston, on Satur- day night, a complimentary concerfc NVslg held when -Air. Dan Thomaa, the Morris- ton humorist, was presented in recogni- tion of the services he hu rendered since tive outbreak of war in his efforts to entertain soldieia and sailors home ¡;,n leave. Mr. Charles Williams presided, The presentations took the form of a gold medal, suitably inscribed, a sum of money, together with a silver cigarette Case given by the hostess of the house. A musical programme was contributed to by Messrs. Tom Lewis, Glyn Evans, Bob Hodycombe, Dan Thomas. G. Fisher, R. Roberts. Mr. Tom Davies accompanied,

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