Symud i'r prif gynnwys
Cuddio Rhestr Erthyglau

13 erthygl ar y dudalen hon



PONTRHYDYGROES. CONCERT.—On Saturday last, tea and concert was held in connection with the Wesleyan Chapel of the above place. In spite of the stormy weather both proved a grand success as regards finance and attendance. The tea was given gratis by the following ladies, assisted at the tables by several other ladies and gentlemen :—Mrs. Jones, Troedy- rhiw; Mrs. Jones, Glannant; Mrs. Davies, Llwyn- drain; Miss Davies and Mrs. Rees, Bwlcliyblaen Miss Capt. Owen; Mrs. Jenkins, New-row, and Mrs. Richards, Pantdail; Mrs. Jones, Factory; Misses Jones, Hafodgan Uchaf. The tables were most artistically decorated, and scores partook of the riches provided. At 7 p.m., a concert was held at the chapel, when a large audience had assem- bled, under the presidency of Dr. Morgan. Mount Hazel. Dr. Morgan is always ready to assist in any good cause, without regard to denomina- tionalism, and he contributed a substantial sum towards the Concert proceeds. The services oi Mr. Evans (Eos Dar), were secured and he delighted the congregation with his penillion singing. The harp, it is true, was con- spicuous by its absence, but Eos Dar was several times encored, and Miss Lloyd, Miner's Arms made up at the piano for the absence of the Iharp. Solos were also rendered by Miss Katie Pierce, Penllwyn, Mrs, Morgan, Ysbytty; Miss Hepburn, Hafod: Mr, Alfred Edwards, Lampeter Mr. Tom Pugh, Pont- rhydygroes; also duet by Mrs. Morgan land Miss Edwards trio by Mr. John Messer and party; a d several renderings by parties conducted by Mr. Davies, Ysbytty; and Mr. Saml. Davies, Hafod Edward: Miss Lloyd, Miner's Arms. and Master Charlie Pugh did splendid service as accompanists, A vote of thanks was cheeringly parsed to Dr. i ) Morgan, the accompanists, artistes, and aU who had I j given and assisted at the tables.

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