The CARDIFF EMPIRE QUEEN STREET. THE SLIDING ROOF MAKES THIS THE COOLEST THEATRE IN CARDIFF. Managing Director OSWALD STOLL Two Performances Nightly at 7 and 9 o'clock. TO-NIGHT. GEORGE ROBEY, FUNNEDIAN. CARINA SISTERS, in their Artistic Musical Melange. GODFREY JAMES, The Real Singing Collier and Famous Tenor. VIOLAS, The White Mahatmas, in their Wonderful Silent Thought Transmission, Knights Tour and Mental Telegraphy. Mdlle. Viola will inform patrons as to the whereabouts of Missing Friends and Relatives at each Performance. The Violas created a veritable sensation on their last visit by the accuracy of their definitions. FERGUSON and MACK, America's Funniest Eccentric Comedians, introducing their latest Laughing Absurdityâ" The Dimple Sisters." CUSSAC-TALMA, Illusionist, assisted by Mdlle. Yvonne de Forge, who performs, unaided, the greatest Protean Feat ever attempted by man or woman. Mdlle. de Forge challenges the world (no one barred) for Â£ 500. BEATRICE WILLEY, Vocalist, in a Medley of Old Flower Songs; 3 RUBYS, 3 Clever Lady Acrobats and Trapeze Artistes. "THE MAN IN WHITE." E. J. SHELDON, Who will Sing, Whistle, and make a few Funny Remarks. ETHEL HAYDON, A Dainty Comedienne whose refinement charms one and all. Bicycles stored Free of Charge. Star Artistes at each performance. Box Office open daily. Plan of Grand Circle, No Booking Fees. 873 POOLE'S ALACE ORTH ERFECT ERFORMANCES OPULAR RICES. Â» THE TALK OF SOUTH WALES. See the following gorgeous array of talent. THE PALACE OF VARIETIES, PORTH. General Manager Mr. C. W. POOLB Acting and Stage Manager Mr. WALTER BYNORTH TWICE NIGHTLY At 6.50 and 9. First Performance between 6.50 and 9 o'clock. Second Performance between 9 and 11 o'clock, Trains from all parts to and fro to suit each house. MONDAY, SEPT* 2nd, 1907, And Twice Nightly during the Week at 6.50 and 9. THE CELEBRATED NONPARIEL TRIO. ARA, ZEBRA, AND VORA, Who lately appeared before the King and Queen of Spain at Madrid, in their Successful Novelty, Indian Pastimes." ADELE LINCOLN, Comedienne and Eccentric Dancer- FRAZER & FRENCH, Monarchs of the Wooden Shoes. America's Premier Rag-time Marvels, FRED DUNSTONE, the Unique Comedian. THE CZAR'S ROYAL RUSSIAN TROUPE OF DANCERS, Direct from the Principal Continental Theatres. MORRIS & BUTLER, In a New Comedy Act, "Going to the Meet." MUSICAL SILVO, The World's Greatest Soloist on the Musical Glasses, and a number of Novelty Instruments. THE PALACE ELECTRIC BIOSCOPE With the Latest Up-to-date Subjects. Changed Weekly. THE RIO TINTOS, In an Eccentric Act, entitled African Gambols.' The PALACE BAND of SELECTED MUSICIANS Under the Direction of Mr. NIMROD WILLIAMS Early Doors at 6-30 & 8-40. Ordinary Doors 6-40 & 8-50. Circle, Is., Balcony & Pit, 6d. Gallery, 3d. Early Doors, Is. 3d, Early Doors, 0d. Early Doors, 4d Reserved at Is. 3d. D'ARCS GRAND CITY WAXWORK EXHIBITION St. Mary Street, CARDIFF (Opposite th Morgan Arcade Grand New Additions. IOyer 200 Life-sized Figures. The Original Waxworks. IIdme. LESLIE, the great American Palmist, Phrenologist & Lecturer. Consultations from 11 to 1, 2 till 5, and 6 to 10 daily. Waxworks open from 10 to 10. Admission, 3d. each. Children, 2d. "1*1 2673 HOWELL WILLIAMS & SON, Undertakers & Funeral Furnishers. Â«/? MEEhmK^I Funerals completely furnished in the best style, and at reasonable charges. Proprietors of Shelibiers, Open, Closed and Glass-sided Hearses, Mourning and Wedding Coaches, Brakes, etc. Every requisite for Funerals kept on the premises. William Street, Yetrad Rhondda. P.O. Telephone 59. 2981 NOW OPEN. The LARGEST and most LUXURIOUS EYESIGHT-TESTING AND Spectacle Fitting Rooms In West Wales. c. F. WALTERS, F.S.M.C., F.I.O. (By Exam., London), 51, Oxford St., SWANSEA (LATE 15, UNION STREET). 3064 New Theatre, Park-Place CARDIFF. Solo Proprietor ROBERT REDFORD EVERY EVENING AT 7-30. and SATURDAY AT 2. SIX NIGHTS ONLY. MILTON BODE'S COMPANY in the ever popular Musical Play, THE CHINESE HONEYMOON. Powerful Company, including Misses Gwennie Harcourt, Rosie Begarnie, Elsie Skilling, Messrs. George Rydon, Rudolph Klots, Leonard May, &c. Next Week- The Lion and theMouse 3234 Box Office Open 10 to 5. Nat. Tel. 376. THE Palace and Hippodrome, Westgate Street, Cardiff. Proprietor Mr. FRANK MACNAGHTEN. OPPOSITE FOOTBALL GROUND. 7 Twice Nightly. 9 Monday, September 2nd, and every evening during the week. THE GREAT SIX BROTHERS LUCK, The Greatest of all Laughter Makers. MERSARNO, the King of Conjurors. DIAMOND and BEATRICE, Providers of a Musical Treat. ROSIE LEE, a Charming and Winning Litt!e Lady. THE YANKEE DOODLE GIRLS, The Pick of the Basket. TYCH, THOLL, and TAYLOR, A Dancing Novelty. BARRINGTON, Who Plays a Piano Standing on his Head. Box Office open 11 to 3. Telephone, 01393 LOST A BAD FITTING SET OF Artificial TEETH Anyone finding them can keep them, as the person who lost them has had a Perfect Fitting Set OF DAINTY TEETH MADE BY CORNEY LEWIS 85, TAFF STREET, PONTYPRIDD. 3698 THE ABERGAVEINNY HORSE SHOW AND AGRICULTURAL ASSOCIATION. ANNUAL EXHIBITION OF HORSES & AGRICULTURAL STOCK TOTAL PRIZES, Â£ 400; SPECIAL JUMPING & TROTTING PRIZES, Â£ 40; TIMBERING PRIZES, Â£ 24 will be held in BAILEY PARK, ABERGAVENNY, On THURSDAY, Sept. 5th, 1907. EXCELLENT ENTRIES. The Abergavenny Borough Silver Band (Conductor Mr. F. Auty) has been engaged for the day. SecretariesâMessrs. JAMBS STRAKER & SON, Auctioneers and Valuers, ABERGAVENNY. 3696 Treherbert. -VALUABLE SHOP PROPERTIES. MESSRS. E. HTDAVIES & SON, OF Pentre, are instructed to Sell by Auction at the. DUNRAVEN HOTEL, Treherbert, on TUESDAY, September 3rd, 1907, at 4 p.m. (subject to the Common Form Conditions of the Cardiff and Dis- trict Incorporated Law Society, with such Special Conditions as shall be read), the following Valuable Business Properties. LOT I.-All that Messuage, Shop and Premises, being No. 17, Station Street, Treherbert, close to the Station (T.V. Rail- way), in the occupation of Mr. James Gunn under a repairing lease at a rent of R37 15a. per annum, together with the Dwelling-house at the rear, known as Cwmsaerbren Cottage, in the occupation of Mr. Williams at a rental of 24s. per lunar month. This Lot is held for 99 years from the 2nd of February, 1876, at a very low rent of P.2 13s. LOT 2.-All that Messuage, Shop and Premises, being No. 20, Dunraven Street, Treherbert, aforesaid, in the occupation of Mr. Thomas Cove under a repairing lease at a clear annual rent of L40. This Lot is held for 99 years from 1st May, 1868, at a ground rent of Â£ 2. The Properties are in good repair. Col- liery Workings are being re-opened, and new works are being projected. The population of the district is increasing, and there is a great demand for Proper- ties of this class. Further particulars may be obtained of the Auctioneers at their Offices, Baglan Chambers, Pentre; or of the Vendor's Solicitor, J. H. WESTYR-EVANS, Esq., 3684 17, Quay Street, Cardiff. Too Late for Classification. rpo LET, STABLE, 3 Stalls, Loft and Coach-house good position near main thoroughfare, Penygraig. Apply Jones, 91, Tylacelyn, Penygraig. B714-08 LASTIC STOCKINGS 2s. 6d., Silk 5s. Anklets and E Knee Caps 2a.Silk 3s. 6d in all sizes, post free. Moses Jones, Chemist, 12, High-street, Swansea. B715-17 Swansea. rrHE WAVERLEY TEMPERANCE HOTEL & COFFEE *â TAVERN, Bottom of High Street, and opposite Tram Car Terminus, Large Bar, Dining and Commercial Rooms. Hot Dinners daily, 12.30 to 3. Beds, Billiards. 3697 WILLIAM RICHARD" JOHNS, of 4, Thistle Terrace, Llwynypia, hereby give notice that I will not be responsible for any debt or debts contracted by my wife, Sarah Johns, after this date. Signed WILLIAM RICHARD JOHNS. Witness, T. JONES. Dated August 26th, 1907. b713 TXTINNING NUMBERS in Mr. Lewis If Price's (Tonypandy) Prize Draw- ing: -1516, 1900, 3725, 1862, 1401, 1456, 1779, 1927, 1381, 1404, 478, 3716, 1288, 1440, 5152, 2916, 1956, 1938, 2578, 3997, 3697, 2948, 2335", 3197, 1494, 2964, 2589, 5154, 4005, 6475, 1470, 1796, 3727, 1479, 1471, 2963. THE LONDON & PROVINCIAL BANK, Limited. SUBSCRIBED CAPITAL I. tl,600,000 0 0 RESERVE FUND (Invested in Consols taken at 83). 1,436,000 0 0 DIRECTORS. Sir FREDK. GEORGE BANBURY, Bart., The Right Hon. Sir HERBERT M.P. MAXWELL, Bart., F.R.S. Sir WILLIAM BOORD, Bart. RIOHD. OOBDEN MICHELL, Esq. WILLIAM HAYES FISHER, Esq. H. RIMINGTON-WILSON, Esq. Sir EDWIN H. GALSWORTHY. I Sir JOSEPH SAVORY, Bart. GENERAL MANAGER. JOHN WOODROW CROSS, Esq. AUDITORS. ERNEST COOPER, Esq. ) EDGAR FIGGESS, Esq. SOLICITORS. SECRETARY. Messrs. MUNNS and LONGDEN. [ WILLIAM JOHN STOKOE, Esq. LONDON AGENTS. v Messrs. GLYNN, MILLS, OURRIE and Co. HEAD OFFICE:â3, BANK BUILDINGS, LOTHBURY, LONDON, E.O. COUNTRY BRANCHES. MANAGER. MANAGER. ABERAYRON E. L. Jones LEIGH-ON-SEA C. N. North-Cox ABERDARE C. M. Lewis LEWES T. Davies ABERYSTWYTH J. B. Kitto LIVERPOOL W. Shankland ALDEBURGH T. M. Thomas LLANDILO J. T. Williams ASCOT W. N. Hyde LLANDOVERY T. J. Williams BARGOED I. T. J. Grigson LLANDRINDOD WELLS D. Thomas BARRY W. P. Phillips LLANELLY H. Soper BELVEDERE W. Phillips. LLANIDLOES F. M. Williams BEXHILL R. E. Butcher LOWESTOFT C. L. Darke BEXLEYHEATH D. M. Lewis MACHYNLLETH D. E. R. Griffith BRIDGEND J. W. Pritchard MAIDSTONE P. R. P. Jones BRIGHTON (142, Western Road) MERTHYR TYDFIL E. Jones John Roe MILFORD HAVEN T. W. Price BRISTOL A. Langlands NARBERTH G. P. Brewer BRITON FERRY A. W. Green NEATH A. W. Green BUILTH WELLS David Thomaa. NEWPORT, Mon. George Marsh BUNGAY R. B. Andrews NORTHFLEET D. J. Williams CAERPHILLY T. J. Grigson NORTH WALSHAM H. W. Davies CAIVIBERLEY H. L. Rosser NORWICH 0. H. A. Lock CARDIFF T. J. Grigson PEMBROKE E. S. Birkett CARDIFF DOCKS J. E. Harris PEMBROKE DOCK H. M. Rice CARMARTHEN R. A. Brockie PENARTH J. E. Harris CHATHAM W. B. Willmot PENTRE R. C. Dyke CHEPSTOW C. W. L. Digby PONTYPOOL O. H. Copley COWBRIDGE G. Codd PONTYPRIDD J. S. Thomas LxSS I. O. J. Pearson H .A. Owen (Sub-Manager) DOWNHAM MARKET G. W. Page PORT TALBOT E. M. Morgan EASTBOURNE F. J. Chambers RHYL C. D. Copley EAST DEREHAM Charles Cory RHYMNEY W. D. Jones EBBW, VALE W. Partride ROCHESTER L. Evans EGHAM F. E. Stokoe ROMFORD A. B. Causton ERITH W. Phillips RUTHIN W. T. A. Jones EYE F. Whaite ST. CLEARS G. P. Brewer FAKENHAM Hy. Newson SAXMUNDHAM T. M. Thomas FISHGUARD W. T. Walters SOUTHEND-ON-SEA G. P. Veale GILLINGHAM M. H. Atkins STAINES F. E. Stokoe Near Brampton, Kent â¢ STROOD L. Evans GORLESTON-ON-SEA T. J. Harvard SUNNINGDALE W. N. Hyde IGOSPORT F. A. Tipple SWANSEA D. T. Lewis GRAVESEND D, J. Williams TENBY J. Prytherch GRAYS ,t F. N. Tomkins TILBURY DOCKS F. N. Tomkins HALESWORTH T. M. Thomas TREDEGAR W. D. Jones HARLESTON W. Bryant USK N. Owen HAVERFORDWEST A. J. Wright WELLS Hy. Newson HUNSTANTON G. W. Page WESTOLIFFE-ON-SEA G. P. Veale KING'S LYNN G. W. Page WEYBRIDGE F. J. H. Halls LAMPETER E. L. Jones WYMONDHAM Chas. Cory LANDPORT (Portsmouth) F. B. Roe YARMOUTH (GREAT); J. ,T. Havard SUB-AGENCIES. ABERCARN, ABERCYNON, ABERDOVEY, ABERSYC0AN, ABERTRIDWR, Ashford (Middlesex), Banstead, BARRY DOCK, BLACKWOOD, BLAENGARW, Bush Hill Park, CADOXTON, CAERAU, Chadwell Heath, CRUMLIN, OWM (Mon.), East Harling, Ewell, FERNDALE, Goodmayes, GOODWICK, Highams Park, Leiston, LETTERSTONE, LLANBRADAOH, LLANGENNECH, LLANHILLETH, LLANTWIT MAJOR, LLANWRTYD WELLS, LLANYBYTHER, LLWYNYPIA, MAERDY, MAESTEG, MAESYCWMMER, MERTHYR VALE, MOUNTAIN ASH, NANTYMOEL, NEW TREDEGAR, NEYLAND, OGMORE VALE, PENYGRAIG, PONTARDAWE, PONTLOTTYN, PONTYCYMMER, PORTH, Rainham, ROATH (Cardiff), ST. DAVID'S, Seaford, SENGHENYDD, SKEWEN, Snettisham, Stan- ford-le-Hope, TREGARON, TREHARRIS, TREHERBERT, TREORCHY, TYLORS- TOWN, Wood Street (Walthamstow), Yarmouth Fish Wharf, YNYSDDU, YNYSY- BWL, YSTALYFERA. THE LONDON AND PROVINCIAL BANK LIMITED, opens- DRAWING ACCOUNTS, upon the plan usually adopted By other Bankers. DEPOSIT ACOOUNTS,-Depogits are received from customers and others, and interest allowed thereon-at such rates and for such periods as may be agreed upon, reference being had to the state of the Money Market. THE BANK effects purchases and sales on British and Foreign Funds, Stocks. Shares, and Securities- receives Dividends, &c.. thereon-and transacts every description of Banking Business. Every Officer of the Bank is required to sign a Declaration of Secrecy as to the transactions of any of its Customers. Customers. By Order of the Directors, J. W. (JROSS, GENERAL MANAGER. Balance Sheet of the London and Prouincial Bank, Limited. DR. 29th JULY, lfiÃ»7. OR. d.A d. d.L d. Capital â¢. 800,000 0 0 A? 160,000 Â£ 10 Shares, At, Â£ 5 Paid Branches, and Reserve Fund 1,425,000 0 0 ,f i-'v < Invested in Call and Short Notice 1,500,000 0 0 Â£ ],716,S67 9s. 5d, T 3,388,248 17 10 â¢2* per Cent, Con- nonaols l' 344 113 sols taken at 83 M344.113 2,225,000 0 0 ls- 2d., taken at Current Deposit and 83 (I n c 1 u din g other Accounts 14,298,661 16 5 23,896 0s. 7d. Profit and Loss:- â as security d 48,807 1. 6 Net Profit for the National War Loan, Half-year after Transvaal Loan, making provision n i for Bad and British Colonial Doubtful Debts Go v e r nm e n t and f-ontino-pn. Bonds and In- cies & deducting 'T^mlonPni?' 111 Rebate on Bills London County Coun= not due 99,725 10 0 n 148,033 4 6 Water Board, Cor- poration of Lon- don, Metropolitan Consolidated, and Liverpool, Man- chester, and Bris- tol Corporation Stocks 457,068 4 10 English Railway De- benture and Pre- ference Stocks, East Indian Rail. way Guaranteed Stocks, ond other Securities 835,743 18 6 ââââââââ 4,083.224 1 10 Loans. Advances, Bills discounted, &c. 8,969,853 1 2 PremisesâFreehold and Leasehold 230,369 0 1 (As reduced by amounts from time âââââââââ to time written off). ââââââââ tl6,671,695 0 11 zC16,671,695 0 11 Profit-and Loss Account forthe Hdif-rear Ended 29th June, 1907 Â£ s. d.1 P, s. d. A s. d. Current Expenses. 132,570 15 1 Balance of last Profit and Loss Account.. ,48,307 14 6 Interest 104,610 7 6 Gross Profit for Half-year, after making Dividend at 18 per provision for Bad and Doubtful Debts Cent. per annum 72,000 0 T) and Contingencies and deducting Re- Reserve Fund 10,180 16 0 bate on Bills not due. 336,906 12 7 Reduction of Pre- mises Account 10,000 0 0 Officers' Pension and Gratuity Fund 5,000 0 0 Balance carried for- ward. 50,852 8 6 âââââââ 148,033 4 6 Â£ 385,214 7 1 Â£ 385,214 7 1 In accoldance with the provisions of the Companies Act, 1900, we certify that all our requirements as Auditors have been complied with, and we report to the Shareholders that we have examined the Balance Sheet with the Books at the Head Office and the certified returns from the several Branches. The investments are of a market- able value in excess of the amounts standing in the Balance Sheet. The Premises, owing to the amounts written off from time to time, stand, we believe, at far les^ than their value, and the fittings and furniture have been wholly written off. The provision for Bad and Doubtful Debts and Contingencies largely exceeds the amount estimated to be at present required. The Officers' Pension and Gratuity Fund, amounting to Â£ 156,295 0s. 4d. is included with the Current, Deposit, and other Accounts. Subject^ to these remarks, in our opinion the Balance Sheet is properly drawn up so as to exhibit a true and correct view of the state of the Company's affairs as shown bv the books of the Company. ERNEST COOPER ) (Cooper Brothers and Co.), v Auditors. London, 9th July, 1907. EDGAR FIGGESS, j CARYL'S SPECTACLES Give Perfect Vision. W. P. Caryl, F.S. M.C. The Qualified Sigbt-Testing Specialist, 16, High Street, Arcade, CARDIFF. 3648 =- TECTUM, of Pontypridd, â¢ â â â Still attends at the SILVER GRILL, Tonypandy* EVERY TUESDAY, from 2 till 6. And at 44, HANNAH STREET, Porth, every MONDAY from 10 to 7 p.m. LOW FEES. EASY TERMS OF PAYMENT ARRANGED 3140 WE STAND ALONE Absolutely tho Finest Establishment in South Wales. Every Garment guaranteed to give entire satisfaction. G. C. DEAN, THE TAILOR, 85A, TAFF ST., PONTYPRIDD (Next door to Boot's Cash Chemist) Lierpanon Blue Serge Suits (Reg.), from Â£117s, 6d. to order. Large Selection Tweed Suitings, 11 from 9-1 15s. Od. to order. Up-to-date Rainproof Overcoatings, from Â£1 12s. 6d. to order. Very Smart Trouserings. from 10/6 to order. -+-+- We make a speciality in Ladies' Tailoring. All Garments cut and made on the above premises. "i-Â¡'f.V Trechl Gwiad nag%ArgiwydtP Â§ ,_&Ã'W-Â¡W;I"Â¡- EXCELSIOR BUILDINGS, DE WINTON STREET, TONYPANDY. Telephone No. 77 P.O. Tonypandy. LONDON OFFICES 161, STRAND, W.C. SATURDAY, AUGUST 31, 1907.
Editopial Notes. The Swansea National Eisteddfod was in every way a complete success. The financial enterprise which, is behind a five days' festival is no ordinary one; there must be a long pull, a strong pull, and a good pull together before the two sides of the balance sheet will realise healthy satisfaction in the Eisteddfod town; there must be strenuous work in long and weary committees, and members must be pre- pared for small compensations in the way of personal advertisement before this great national institution ends in complete success. Evidently this has been the result at Swansea during last year, and the reward to the genuine worker in the record finance which has been achieved. We were glad to find that the Exhibition connected with the Eisteddfod proved growing popularity and appreciation. This department of the Eisteddfod should receive a fostering solicitude from every true-hearted Welshman. The exhibits this year in the Art Section revealed some striking latent talent amongst the com- petitors, both in drawing and sculpture, and evidenced very clearly that Wales has its embryo in art and design as well as in music and poetry. The day is past and gone, we hope, when it is thought that Welsh potentiality can express only itself in vocal music and the bardio muse. The emotionalism which is so full in the Celtic nature has, and must always have, many forms of utterance, and from the Exhi- bition we are able to gather fresh hopes that Wales has in its children many powers which are, as yet, only in the budding stages of development. We should have liked to have witnessed a better display of competition in stringed and wood instruments. Only one orches- tral society made its appearance in the Eisteddfod. The Rhondda societies and others in South Wales were absent. It is to be hoped that we shall move upward in this direction. The discouragement meted to school orchestras has not helped this department of music. The great desiderata in life is the power to fill up agreeably and with edification the leisure time of life. Miss Hall, the greatest violinist of the day, received her first enthusiasm in the school violin classes. We know several in our limited Rhondda experience who have found their recreation in the violin through these classes. Hearty encourage- ment to violin classes in the Elementary Schools from Education Committees can do much to stimulate this particular branch of instrumental music, and we trust that it will, in the future, be given with more generous sympathy. We are quite confident in the prediction that, if given, the harvest will come with the affluent richness which is now enjoyed by the brass instrumentalists of the country. The choral performances, particularly in the mixed choirs competition, touched a very lofty standard and was a sublime gratification to an immense concourse of people gathered from all parts of Wales. Cardiff Ohoir won, and anyone could not fail to discern that the Triennial Musical Festivak at., the Webh Metropolis have soaked into the vocal aspirants of that district a tradition of artistic and cultured rendition of the great choruses of the classical writers. The Cardiff choristers achieved a triumph over splendidly equipped choirs permeated with imported singers from every part of the country- Brynamman Choir was typical of the sporting methods which has so largely entered mto the mercenary spirit that now governs many of our united choirs. We observed in this choir, though advertised as Brynamman," singers from many parts of Wales. We admit that, generally) the result was vocally very fine; but locally designated, it was a fraud. There were comparatively few Brynamman folks in it when the return journey from Swansea was made. If singers in any given locality cannot be trained to a worthy performance, then they should not tack on to that locality the credit of the combination. We want badly a training school for conductors these days. The vocal material to make a choir is in plenty in every locality. The soil of Wales in every part is fruitful enough of latent vocalists if the trainer is at hand. We favour the conductor who consults a specialist before the conductor who iJIl- ports ready-made singers from other dis- tricts. There is more honesty in the plan, and certainly it is better for the cultiva- tion of song. Further, the importation of singers from "there and everywhere" is a very costly one, and has landed the guilty organisations in dire and irreparable financial straits. Brynamman Society, I it had been successful, we are told oil good authority, would have been in debt. This Northern Union professionalism in choral compotitioms not only carries condemnation from local patriotism, but reacts with deserved financial punishment on those that have degraded choral ambition into a sporting and gambling greed for name and fame. Let these choirs, by all means, spend on securing the best available talent in the education of the local singers and make them. The result will be a permanent gain to the dis- tricts, and the choirs will be genuine*? locally. For an example of this method v 3 have only to look at the illustration of the Tonvnandy and District Harmon10 Society, and we know what has been the result.
Dairymen Combine. A well-attended meeting of the dairy" men and cowkeepers of the Rhondda, Faell was held at the Queen's Hotel, TyliS- town, on Thursday, the 22nd inst. J**1"' A. W. Matthews was elected chairman- The meeting was a success, and resulted in the formation of an Association, D. C. Edwards, Pontygwaith, was elected secretary, and other officers chosen. A vote of thanks was given to Messrs- A. W. Matthews and T. J. Jones, tll" organising secretary, for their services n bringing about the formation of the Ã f!sO- oiation. It was also decided to forin central organisation in the Rhondd3, Valleys. A meeting will be held at Porth. Â°*f Thursday, the 29th inst., with the of forming an Association at Porth al1 Cymmer. Correspondence from dairymen in di tricts where no Association exists, a view to the formation of new Associa- tions, is invited by the organising seer tary, Mr. T. J. Jones, Dairymen's Asso- ciation, Blaenclydach.
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Theatre Royal, Tonypandy* Good business is being done at the Theatre Royal this week, and those of readers who have not yet seen Nameless Child should certainly .0 opportunity. This interesting doweB drama, which is written by Mrs. t:i Duckworth in collaboration with 'c' Ridgewood Barrier was most fnthusias^ ally received on its production at 9 Shakespeare Theatre, London, a few veek9 since, and has been most falvoum bly criticised by Press and public. AU artistes sustain their parts in with marked effect, and the interestbÃ the audience in the progress of the struggles of the blacksmith's daughter 0'" remedy the disastrous effects of her â J-*1, er cent deception in aid of her erring hro^ is maintained from start to finish. cIB
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