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MYNYODBACH. I On Sunday,' the annual' Cymanfa Ganu was held at Mynyddbach Chapel, the singing being 01 a high order through- out the day. The meetings were well- attended, especially tho evening one. Mies Beatrice Anthony (MaTisciion) sang in the afternoon and evening, and Mr. Harry Grey (Llangyfelach) gai-e a reci- tation in the afternoon and evening. Papers wen-e read by Messrs. Dd. Roach, Treboeth (in the morning), and William Lewis, Llangyfelach (in the evening). Mr. Tom Lloyd conducted (lie singing in pr. able manner; the Rev. James Davies (pastor) presided. Mr. Ivor lewit3 was the organist throughout the day. —————

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