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Ton. I St. David's Hall.-On the 16th inst., an entertainment was given, under the auspices of the Guild, by Mr. Percie G. Smith and his renowned orchestra. The hall was crowded by an appreciative audi- ence, whose enjoyment was evident from the applause given. Miss Florrie Jones sang selections in her usual capable way. Jerusalem Y.P.S.—On the 18th inst., a musical evening was held. the artistes being members of the society. The chair was occupied by Miss M. Morgan. The programme consisted of —Solo, "Aderyn Pur," Miss M. Williams; recitation, Owain Wyn," Miss E. H. Jones; quar- tet. "Blodeuyn Olaf," Miss M. Morgans and friends; solo, "The song that reached my heart." Mr. M. Williams; violin solo. Miss Annie Jones; solo, Flee as a bird," Miss Jennie Williams; quartet, "Blodeuyn bach wyf fi mewn gardd," Mr. A. Rosser and friends; stump speech, "Time," Mr. Gus Evans; male quartet, "A New Com- mandment," Mr. Samson Rosser and friends; solo. "Simon the Cellarer," Mr. D. J. Timothy; quartet, "Good night, beloved," Mr. A. J. Timothy and friends; solo, Mr. D. Jarman.


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Mid-Rhondda and District Canine…