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I Gilfach Goch Preaching Services.âThe annual preacn- mg services were held at Calfaria (W.B.) Chapel on Sunday, Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday last. The preachers were the Revs. Waldo Roberts, Treorchy; J. Lee Da vies, Brynamman; Gilbert Jones, Llan- gloffan; and Idwal Jones, Llwynypia. The services were well attended and excellent II discourses were delivered. I Anniversary services were also held at the Primitive Methodist Chapel, the j preacher being the Rev. W. C. Crimes, of Cardiff. On Monday tney had their annual tea, at whicn great numbers were present.
I Treherbert Horse Show. The second annual ireherbert and Dis- trict Horse Show wa.s held on May Day at the Treherbert Athletic Grounds, and proved both attractive and interesting. The quality of the horses as exhibits, as well as in the racing sections, was very high, and rendered the competitions acute. The judges were: âMessrs. D. Roes, Tylorstown; T. Williams, Cowbridge; W. D. Jordan. Glais; T. L. Alort. Fernhill; W. Griffiths, Llwynypia David Rees, Treherbert; W. Henry, Ireherbert; Fred Young, George Claridgc, W. David, and E. Anthony. The officials were: Presi- dent County Councillor Enoch Davies, J.P. chairman, Mr. J. Picton; trea- surer, Mr. T. Arnold secretary, Mr. S. Mainwaring. The Treorchy Wesleyan Band was in attendance and provided ex- cellent music. The reults are appended:- Single harness mare or gelding, exceed- ing 14.2, suitable for heavy trade pur- poses 1st. W. E. Willis, Ystrad. "Silver King 2nd, L. LeNris, IUDr., Penygraig, "Bob"; 3rd L. Lewis, junr.. "Albion." Single harness mare or gelding, exceed ing 14.2, for light trade purposes: 1st, Evan Griffiths, Compton House, Nanty- moel 2nd; Richard Evans and Sons, Penygraig: 3rd, S. E. Davies, Household Stores, Pentre. Single harness mare or golding. under 14.2: 1st, G. Pbl]lips, Ferndale; 2nd. R. Evans, Penygraig; 3rd, Walter Davies, Treher bert. Best turn-out, tradesmen's classes, over 14.2: 1st. W. Willis, Ystrad; 2nd and 3rd. Llew. Lewis, junr., Penygraig. Best turn-out. 14.2 and under 1st, G. Phillips. Ferndale;. 2nd. Richd. Evans. Penygraig; 3rd, Walter Davies, Treher- bert. Colliery horse that has worked under- ground for not lefss than six months pre- vious to show: 1st, Naval Colliery Co., Ltd.. Penygraig; 2nd, Messrs. Cory Bros., Pentre: 3rd. Messrs. Naval Colliery Co., Penygraig. i Best mare suitable for breeding colliery horses: 1st, A. J. Tre harne, Pontypridd, Jolly"; 2nd, Evan Evans. Pontypridd. '"Violet"; 3rd, W. Davies. Pontypridd, Derby." Single harness mare or gelding, exceed- ing 14.2: 1st. A. Butcher. Bristol. "Lady Gordon 2nd, Supt. J. Williams. Ponty- pridd "The Colonel"; 3rd, T. Nicholas, Port Talbot, Margam flashlight." Single harness mare or gelding, not ex- ceeding 14.2: 1st, G. Phillips. Ferndale, "Ferndale Horace 2nd, R. Evans, Penygraig. "Coity May": 3rd, T. E. Jerman. Merthyr, "Majestic." Hackneys, riding, mare or gelding, over 14.2: 1st, T. Nicholas. Port Talbot, Margam Vim A. Butcher. Bris- tol, "Lady Gordon": 3rd. D. C. Evans, Tylorstown. Biddy Gordon." Cob or hackney, riding, mare or gelding, not exceeding 14.2: 1st, G. Phillips, Ferndale, Ferndale Horace"; 2nd, W. David. Treherbert, Whitegate Fireboy" 3rd, R. Evans, Penygraig, Coity May." li mile trotting handicap in saddle: 1st, H. Kendrick, Penygraig, "Polly" (4U5yds.) 2nd, John Rees. Aberdare, "Bang Express" (240yds.): 3rd, T. L. Thomas, Llangonwyd, Llan Bob (240 yds.). li mile galloway race for ponies not exceeding 14 hands: 1st, W. Charles, Pen- coed, "Little Tom": 2nd. D. Pii^e, Seven Sisters, "Little Dick"; 3rd, W. Jones, Trealaw, Blank II." Musical chairs: Walter David, Treliar- bert. "Charles Rough." Victoria. Cross race: 1st. R.ees Bonder, Treherbert. "Tynewydd Poll"; 2nd, E. Williams, Nantymoel, Fox." Shoeing competition: 1st, T. Rees, Pentre; 2nd, E. Jones. Cwmparc; 3rd, W. L. Evans, Treorchy. Timbering competition: 1st, Lem Wal- ters, Caerphilly; 2nd, Dd. Davies, Gelli; 3rd, Dd. Edwards, Cwmaman.
I Cymanfa at Tonypandy. The annual "cymanfa ganu" of the Calvinistic Methodists of Mid-Rhondda was held on Monday at Bethania, Mr. J. T. Rees, Alus. Bac., conducting. The day wa,s fortunately most favourable, and a- memorable festival was the result. At the morning meeting, Mr. Jenkins (Pisgah) presided. The children sang most delight- fnlly. and gave ample evidence that their work had been thoroughly prepared. The authcm, "Rhyfelgan y Plant,' was a feature of the meeting. At the Tone Sol-fa examination the examiner, Mr. Dd. R ees, Blaenclydach. reported an advance on last year's numbers, but that illi cue had entered from Scion, Pisgah and Bethania. He sincerely hoped that the people in authority would take a real interest in the work next year. Dr. 1. L. Morgan. Clydach Vale, with his cus- I tomary generosity, had presented the committee with a magnificent banner for the best Sol-fa class last year. This year the competitors were Libanus and Penuel, and the examiner awarded it to the first- named. The teacher of the class, Miss Agnes Thomas, was presented with the banner by the Rev. J. Morgan. Prizes were also awarded by the examiner to Bella Jones and Muriel Morgan for the best work done in the Jaulor Elementary and Intermediate Grades. In the afternoon and evening, success- ful meetings were again held, the several hymn-tunes being rendered with much fervour. Two anthems were contributed, "Moeswch i'r Arglwydd and Cenwcli ynllafar." Very fine renderings were also given of "Moliant" (D. Rees), it befog sung at both meetings. In the hymn-tune competition, the prize was awarded to Mr. John Lewis, A.C., Blaen- clydach. The chairmen were the Rev. T. H. Morgan and Mr. D. J. Jones. Misses M. B. Griffiths and A. Rees played the accompaniments throughout, and Misses Lizzie Davies and A M. Jen- kins contributed solos. The officers of the committee were:- Chairman. Rev. D. Davies, B.A. â¢ trea- surer. Mr. T. Jones; secretaries, Messrs. Dan Morgan and Gwilym Evans.
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I Cwmparc. I We very sincerely congratulate the 1 local Miniature Rifle Club on its shooting j prowess. Their recent handsome victory i at Nelson makes them the mvincibles of ) the South Wales district, and they quali- fio.d to seek further kudos and glory in 'the championship meeting at Wrexham. 'More bulls" for the great Stedman is now locally the catch phrase!
I Sacred Cantata at Gelli. from Jianger to Cross" was the title of a sacred oantata given lkv the choir of the Gospel Mission, Gelli Cross- c h o i r -o f th(3 Gospel ing, on Thursday, the 1st inst., at the Shady Road Mission Room, which had been very kindly lent for the occasion. The chair was occupied by Mr. Samuel Hedditch, Ton-Pentre. The singing of the choir, which was ably conducted bl Mr. Isaac Martin, was excellent. The accom- panist, Mr. John Morgan, is worthy of the highest commendation tor the excel- lont manner in which he performed his duties. The soloists all sang in a manner which was greatly appreciated by the crowded audience. The soloists were Mr. W. R-oderick, Ton, who very kindly gave his services-he being the only non-mem- ber of the choirâand the following mem- bers of the choir -Sopranos, Miss Rosina Margery, Mrs. W. Stephens, and Mrs. James Hallet; contraltos, Mrs. Bennett, Mrs. Bartlett, and Master Joseph Margery; tenors, Mr. Clifford Norman. Mr. Edgar Margery, and Mr. Samuel Sibley: bass, Mr. David Parry and Air. William Margery. Valuable assistance was rendered by Mr. Enoch Davies and Mr. William Stephens, who were stewards for the evening. The concert was a decided success, all present thoroughly enjoying themselves.
Soar Chapel, Clydach Vale Last lhursday and Saturday evenings, the 1st and 3rd inst., two grand perform- ances of J. 0. Murdoch's "Happy Hearts" were given at the above chapel by Soar Band of Hope Choir, conducted by Mr. Arthur Jones. Tht Soar Orchestral Society also rendered assistance. Accom- panist, Miss M. AI. Thomas, L.L.C.A1.. Clydach A',ile. There was a vast audi- ence present at both performances. On Thursday evening the chair was taken by Councillor James Evans, C.C., Clydach Yale, On Saturday evening Dr. T. L. Al organ, M.D., Clydach ale, being un- able to be present, his place was taken by Councillor Evan J. Roderick Clydach Vale. On Saturday evening, also, Air. Richard J ones, Clydach Vale, sang three excellent solos, which were fully appre- ciated by the audience. The following are the characters represented in "Happy Hearts":â" Alav," Miss Sarah Jones; "'Alistress Alary," Aliss May Benjamin; "Majono Daw." Miss Myra James; Patience," Aliss Annie Davies; Hope." Miss Rachel Griffiths; "Dorothy Daggletail, Miss Edith Jones; "DoJly Dimple," Aliss Eirwen Price; Humpty Dumpty," Alaster Trevor Morgan; "Simple Simon," Master Ralph Bould- ing Jack o' th' Beanstalk." Alaster Iorwertb Davies; Jack the Giant Killer." Master D. Edgar Evans; "Little Boy Blue," Alaster D. Emrys Rees; "Tidy Tim," Alaster Emrys Williams; Captain," Master Glyn Howells; Sol- diers. &c. â
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Rhondda Tramway Bill. I The Rhondda Tramway Bill. which w?s I left over from last week, came agam before a Select Committee of the House of Commons on Tuesday. The part outstanding was regarding the amount of contribution trom the com- pany to the Llantrisant Council for road widening and repairs, and clauses were agreed whereby, roughly, the company agree to pay a third of the cost of widen- ing and maintenance, in the case of widen- ing not to exced Â£ 1,333, and in regard to maintenance not to exceed three- eighths of a penny per car mile run. The Bill was ordered to be reported for third reading.
I Llwynypia. The local Correspondent for the "Leader" is Mr B Evans, 139, Tyntyla Road. Llwynypia, to whom events of local interest can be notified.
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Gilfach Goch. Singing FestivaL-The annual festival of the Calvinistic Alethodists of the Coed Ely district was held this year at Libanus on Alondav. the oth inst. The. conductor was Prof. D. Jenkins, Alus. Bac., Aber- ystMyrh. The morning meeting was given entirely to the juveniles. The singing was of a high standard, and was greatly en- joyed by the audience. The anthem, Rhyfelgan y Plant," was rendered very spiritedly, and deserved all the praise hestowed. on it. In the afternoon- meet- ing the adult choir was present in full strength, and justice was done to the tunes that required powerful voices to give them a proper rendition. The tunes that require subdued tone were very beautifully sung. Capel Tygwvdd." Shawmut." and "Alexandria," and the. anthems, -Nloeswch vr Argl,ydd anct "Am fod fy Iesu'n fywT," were the out- standing features of the afternoon meet- ing. In the evening, the capacious build- ing was crowded, and the singing attained a very high standard in quality and pre- cision. The reading and exposition of the hymns by the veteran conductor were greatly enjoyed and appreciated. Gnoll Avenue," "Glanrhondda." "Y Ddafad Golledig," and the anthems were splen- didly rendered. The meetings were pre- sided over by Air. David Adams, Tonyr- etail Rev. D. Evans, Penygraig; and Air. Owen Williams, Gilfach Goch. Missi James. R.A.M., Coed Ely. accompanied on the piano, and Alaster Rheinallt Alorgan, Williamstown, on the organ, and. their ^p^formances received high en- comiums from Air. Jenkins. The weather' was favourable and turned to the advan- tage of the festival. Alessrs. J. M. Daviess-4 (secretary) and John Gronow (treasurers of the local committee deserve great praise for their indefatigable exertions to make the local arrangements such a suc- cess. 5' â¢ â¦
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Porth. The children's singing festival held at Salem Chapel, Porth, in connection with the Baptists proved a great success on Monday, The singmg was of a high stan- dard. The conductor was Mr. Obadiah Edwards. Portli. The choruses rendered Were Baner Dirwest," "Nant Prysor," Coronwch," "Llef y Cenadon," "01 'r fath Gyfaill ydyw'r lesu," 'Stand Firm," Marchog lesu," "Temperance Army," "0 Ddedwydd Ddydd," "Holwyddorcg Dirwestol Pa both a wnei di r lesu?" "Gwrand'avv. dynel- Geidwad," "Dirwest- lvyr Ieuainc," Dymuniad Plentyn," and 44 I'r lan aed enw'r lesu.