Football Rugby. I LLWYNYPIA 20pis., MERTHYR 0. I Scorers: -Tom Griffiths (3), Tom Lloyd, Jack Roberts, and T. Edmunds, tries; Tom Thomas kicked the goal. The game at Llwynypia on Saturday last aim be described as nothing but a Complete walk-over for the home team, who, had they played anything up to their standard, ought to have scored double the amount of points. The quar. tet played splendidly. The forwards were unsurpassable in many phases of the game. Ted Mithan. Idwal Thomas, and Harrison played cleverly. P.C. Cum- mings, the Welsh amateur champion boxer, is rapidly becoming a. footballer of no mean order. The Merthyr team had capital forwards in George Evans and P.O. Lett. TREOROHY 6pts.. TREHERBERT 5. Scorers '-For Treorchy, Jones and Hughes; for Treherbert, Hall (try) and Jones (goal). The League match between tliese,teamg at Treherbert created a large amount of interest, and in pleasing contrast to the sparse attendance at the four meetings under the auspices of the Welsh Cup, it was exceedingly gratifying to find the < record crowd of the season present. Tre- herbert opened the game sensationally, but they failed to penetrate the keen defence of the visitors until near the interval, when Charlie Hall was granted a try, for which the Treorchy supporters showed their disapproval. W. Lion Jones converted with a beautiful kick. Tre- orchy improved after this, and Morgan Jones, picking up in the loose, spOred a try under the posts. The kick of Daly James was touched in the flight by one of the home players, and no goal resulted. After the interval, Treorchy were un- deniably the superior side, and Hughes scored after a scramble, thus giving the visitors a well-deserved victory by the narrowest of margins. Association. I MID-RHONDDA 2gls.. CARDIFF CITY 21 Keenor and Hopkins scored for Cardiff, and Love and Smith for Mid-Rhondda. On a heavy ground that prevented either side giving a display of football in its finer phases, Mid-Rhondda and Cardiff City Reserves shared points in a Welsh Leagce contest on Thursday, the 19th inst. But the game turned out to be an Interesting one throughout, and play was far better in character than could reason- ably have been expected. Mid-Rhondda set to work with rare dash, and had it not been for the fine exhibition of goal- keeping given by Kneeshaw they must have gained an early lead. An occa- sional breakaway by Cardiff tested the home defence, and Main and Bain were sound. A long shot put in by Hopkins was well stopped by Ward, but Keenor gave Cardiff the lead with a well sent drive. The Rhonddaites were undeservedly in arrear on the run of play. The second halt was far more even than the first had been, and the players Showed remarkable staying powers. Smith equal- ised from a melee, and later amidst great enthusiasm Love put Mid-Rhondda ahead. A nice bit of work by Olarke was im- proved upon by Hopkins, who gave Car- diff a second goal, and there was no fur- ther scoring. Taken all through, both sets of players deserve compliment upon their pluck. MUSHROOMS IN FORM. i MID-RHONDDA 6gls., CAERPHILLY 0. Though played on a sodden ground, the Southern League game between iiNU& Rhondda and Caerphilly, on the former's ground on Saturday last. was productive of some smart football, and seldom have the Mushrooms been seen to better ad- vantage. Their quintet played extremely well, and Ldve, at inside-left, was quite the outstanding player in a good line. He and Collier contributed goals in the first quarter of the game, and before the interval further scores came through Evans and Bain, the latter netting from a penalty. On the change of ends, the pace slackened somewhat, and when Car- michael put Mid-Rhondda still further ahead with a nice shot from a corner the homesters seemed content to take mat- ters easy. Smith, however, experienced hard lines, and eventually Love rushed in and completed the half-dozen, after Bate- man had stopped one from Evans. Car- michael again distinguished himself at right half, where he is deputising McCullum, and. though the home backs had little to do, they did that little well. On the Caerphilly side the honours were divided by Bateman in goal, who effected numerous excellent saves, and Davies, who played a smart game at outside-right. Mid-Rhondda were full value for their half-dozen goals, and it is noteworthy that their goal average is now just on the right side. TON-PENTRE 6gls., ABERDARE 0. I Scorers â€”Gregory, Curtis, Hemmings (3), and Chetwood. Ton's spirited play made the game well worth witnessing, and they were full value for their substantial win. For a time the fine defence of Tinsley and Phillips kept the Reds out, but after Gregory had opened the score Ton's rushes were fine to witness, and time after time they broke through the 'Darians' defence, Curtis adding the second goal before the interval in fine style. Resuming, the 'Darians' defence fell off woefully, and soon Phillips was again beaten by Hemmings twice in quick suc- cession. Chetwood next scored, Hern- mings adding the sixth. LLANBRADACH ROVERS llgls., MID- RHONDDA RESERVES 0. Mid-Rhondda Reserves were trounced to the tune of 11 goals a^ Llanbradach on Saturday last. This Second Division Welsh League match was sensational owing to prolific scoring by the homesters. The visitors were completely nonplcssed by the speed and combination of their opponents. Tudor was in particularly fine form, and scored on five occasions. Dunsford, too, played prettily through- out. In the second half the visitors could make no show, and their plight became pitiless, the homesters scoring almost at five minutes intervals throughout this moiety. Scorers for Llanbradach, Tudor (5), Dunsford (2), Dai Morgan (2). Griff. Wil- liams, and Tom Davies.
Has Pontypridd Found the Same ? We have been reading week after week in the local Press of.Tonypandy citizens who have been cured of distressing kidney and bladder troubles by Doan's Backache Kidney Pills, and we have often wondered whether the same high opinion of this medicine is to be found in our neighbour- ing towns. This frank and earnest state- ment by a well-known and respected resi- dent of Pontypridd will set this doubt at rest. Mr. J. James, of 5, Leyshon Street, Graig, Pontypridd, says:â€”"After sitting in a chair for a time I could hardly get up again or straighten myself, owing to sharp, cutting pains in my back. When I was in bed I could hardly turn over. "I have to work underground, and the work is exceedingly trying sometimes, as I could not get rid of the pains. I was subject to giddy sensations as well. But after taking a fete doses of Doan's Backache Kidney Pills, I began to feel better. I took two boxes, and by that time my back was all right, and free of pain. I am quite well now. and I am pleased to say there has been no feeling of backache pains since. I had told many about Doan's Pills. (Signed) J. James." Price 2/9 a box, 6 boxes 13/9; of all dealers, or from Foster-McClellan Co., 8, Wells Street, Oxford Street, London, W. Don't ask for backache and kidney pills â€”ask distinctly for Doan's Backache Kidney Pills, the same as Mr. James had. 2229/11
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.â€”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 â€”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.
Tonypandy EMPIRE Proprietors THE TONYPANDY EMPIRE Co. Managing Director SAM DUCKWORTH Acting Manager MAT. C. BYRNE 7-15, Next Week commencing Monday, March 2nd, 1914, ONCE NIGHTLY 1 7-15 The Very Latest Airship Drama-THE Secret Service Spy Magnificent Scenery. First-Class Company. â– In addition to the above fine Drama., Mr DUCKWORTH has engaged I I the Well-known Comedianâ€” JACK PLEASANTS I The Bashful Limit, in all his Latest Successes. Prices (Onoe Nightly) .-Private Boxes, 21 (-, Single Seats, 3 6 Dress Circle, 1/6. Early Doors, 1,9; Orchestral Stalls, 1 Â¡., Early Doors, 1/3; Balcony Circle, 1/ Early Doors, 1/3; Pit, 6d., Early Doors, 9d.; Gallery, 4d., Early Doors, 6d, Half price to all parts at 8>45 (Gallery excepted). Ordinary doors, 7 o'clock. Commence at 7.15. Early Doort, 6.30. Box Office open-Morning, 11 to 2 Evening, 8 to 10. ':1 f
Why Your Stomach Hurts. A DOCTOR'S COMMON-SENSE ADVICE aii in the stomach, variously called indigestion, dyspepsia, flatulence, heart- burn, stomach-ache, etc., is usually attri- buted to some unnatural, abnormal or diseased condition of the stomach itself. Nothing, however, could be further from the truth. Nineteen times out of twenty the stomach is absolutely healthy and normal, the pain and discomfort" being entirely due to the acidity and fermen- tation of food which irritates and dis- tends the stomach although if this con- dition is allowed to run on, in time the constant irritation of the acid is likely to eat into the stomach walls and produce ulcers and sometimes cancer of the stomach. Medicine is useless in such a case. The acid and fermenting food must be removed by a stomach pump or an emetic, or you must neutralise the acid and stop the fermentation by taking half a teaspoonful of bisurated magnesia in a little water. This latter is by far the simpler and safer method. Bisurated magnesia almost immediately neutralises the dangerous acid and by correcting the food contents enables even a tired, weak stomach to digest almost any food with- out any difficulty. Physicians advise that bisurated magnesia should be kept in every home, and a little taken after each meal whenever the slightest tendency to food fermentation is shown. Be sure to obtain bimrated magnesia, as other forms of magnesia are valuable as tooth and mouth washes, but they do not give satisfactory resutls in stomach disorders. 2787
Cardigan Dinnner at I Tonypandy. Next Thursday, March 5th, is the date fixed for the third annual dinner of the natives cf Cardigan who have migrated to our locality in quest of fame and for- tune. Many of the notabilities of Mid- Rhondda are members of the Cardigan brotherhood, and a delightful re-union may be expected. Councillor E. J. Roderick, Clydach Vale, will preside. Cardigan boys should apply for tickets to the secretaries of the society. Messrs. E. M. Evans, Rhondda Tea Warehouse, and John Watkins, 18, Chapel Street, Tony- pandy.
Footlight Fare. I I EMPIRE, TONYPANDY. I "The Old Folks at Home," which is being presented by Messrs. Edward Lloyd and Clifford Bown and their celebrated company at the Empire this week, is draw- ing large audiences. The theme is old, but yet familiar and interesting, intro- ducing life among the negroes of Vir- ginia, which is reminiscent of the prac- tically extinct "Uncle Tom's Cabin" plays. In addition, there is a variety programme contributed by Lloyd Morgan, the celebrated light comedian and actor- vocalist, who has a world-wide reputa- tion. and Frank Hartley, the clean, clever juggler, another artiste of repute. Some marvellous juggling feats are performed with lightning rapidity. The ever-popular Empiroscope, as usual, is in the front line with pictures of the first order; whilst the orchestra, under the leadership of Mr. D. H. Purvis, relieve the monotony of intervals with good music. NEW HIPPODROME, TONYPANDY. I A great attraction is being presented at the Hippodrome this week in the revue, "Say When." It has captured the admiration of large audiences this week, and the real Argentine Tango is danced (whether objectionable or not) in marvellous fashion. This has been the chief feature of the revue, the company of which number close upon 20 players. The management is to be complimented upon the good judgment exercised in the choice of subjects. Despite the fact that it takes up a large amount of the time there is a splendid variety programme, and patrons will receive value for their money. I CLYDACH VALE CINEMA. I This new picture house was opened on Monday night last by Councillor,. E. J. Roderick. The hall, which is most taste- fully decorated, was packed to the doors, and hundreds of eager would-be patrons failed to obtain admission. The King of the Air," a beautifully coloured film, by Pathe, and other first-class pictures made up an attractive performance, which was greatly appreciated by those present. Mr. Molineaux, at the close of the per- formance, thanked the audience for their patronage and kind appreciation, and announced that he had made arrange- ments for a constant supply of some of the finest films obtainable for the enjoy- ment of the patrons of the Clydach Vale Cinema. The hall seats about 71)0 per- sons. is comfortably upholstered with tip- up chairs, and compares most favourably with the best cinemas in the kingdom. The pictures are extremely clear and igteady. I WORKMEN'S HALL, TON. The star turn this week is that pro- vided by the Gascoignes, whose contri- bution consists of some of the most astonishing juggling feats yet accom- plished at this hall. In addition to their clever performance their patter is highly amusing. The performance of the balancing dog, "Bertha," gains much applause. Lance and Nellie give a remarkably clever exhibition of dancing in clogs. The pictures are excellent, and the whole entertainment makes a splendid evening's enjoyment. Next week's programme will consist of the usual first-class pictures and special variety items, of which there will be three. Edith St. Clair pays a return visit, singing new songs. Her previous appearance was excellently received, and patrons will be delighted to hear this talented artiste again. Gracie Gerald, a charming comedienne, with some excel- lent songs, is certain to amuse. The Ricard Nava Quartet will appear in a vocal and instrumental act. GRAND THEATRE, PENTRE. Hindle Wakes," played by Mr. Edwin T. Hey's Company, is attracting unusual attention at this theatre this week. The play is excellently acted, and the storv Thl which mfintains interest throughout The chief characters ?? "C?riatophor H?awt? horn, Mr. Å’armont Gasrell; "Mrs. Hawthorn" (his wife), Miss Emma Reekie; Fanny Hawthorn," Miss Beatrice Davis "Nathaniel Jephcote," Mr. Charles W. Dockwray; Mrs Jephcote," Miss Eva Forrest; "Alan Jephcote," Mr. Eric Algar; "Sir Timothy Farrar, Mr. William West; and Beatriee Farrar," Miss Mary Bartrick. Patrons who have not yet visited the Grand this week should not fail to do so. Miss Daisie Morell and Miss Marie Walt proved an attraction at the Ynys Park on Thursday afternoon, the 19th inst. The ladies kicked off, Miss Morell at the commencement and Miss Wall after half-time. The teams honoured were Pentre Thursdays and Gelli Old Boys. The game, which was strenuously fought out resulted in a win for Pentre by 2 goals to nil. Mr. W. E. Willis (junr.) captained the winning side. Next week, Mr. Paul Beckett and Miss Enid Edoni's Company will play a sen- sational drama, "Victims of Vice" written by Enid Edoni. The company, which is composed of first-class artistes, will include Miss Enid Edoni as "Dorothy Desmond,"Mr. Paul Beckett as "Arthur Dacre," and Mr. Henry Beckett as Bernstein, the Jew." When this com- pany last played at the Grand, crowded houses were present nightly. PAVILION, TREORCHY. i This week's programme at the Pavilion is proving an excellent draw. Harold and Bennett, in their comedy duo. "Inter- ruptions," are doing exceedingly well. J. R. Bennett is much applauded for his funny patter and comedy tumbling. Marie Gros, comedienne, is securing her share of applause for her two numbers; whilst the sketch. Dobson's Day Off," played by Ar<iU(| Elliston and Co., is received very well; some of the situations are reallv funny. Look out for next week's programme, which should provide a pleasant evening's entertainment. NEW THEATRE. PONTYPRIDD. I Next week, the popular pantomime, "Dick Whittington and His Cat." will be produced at the New Theatre. Ponty- pridd. bv Messrs. Parkin and Kasrac's Company, and should prove a great attraction. Among the specialities intro- duced are the following: -Bleriot's Trans- formation, Fairy and Water Fountains; Lcs Zeimars, introducing the Acrobatic Act Clancy Girls, Continental dancers; Mavis and Mavis, comedy duo; Norman and Noyes, comedians and dancers; and Rondeau Quartet of Vocalists.
ï¿¼ CARDIFP E MPIRE ?M? (QUMW 8TBB1T) ï¿¼ Proprietors-MOSS EMPIRES, Lm M MMt?n? Director.Mr. FRANK ATr. Mt Acting Manager â€ž HERBERT J. TAYLOR -0- TWICE NIGHTLY-S." and 9 o'clock. Seat, Pbooksd dally by Pad or Tela. Ho. Nat. 626 tN Monday, March. 2, and during ttt. Wooh. J)L Firkt Visit of the Pioneers of Ragtime THE AMERICAN ï¿¼ RAGTIME OCTETTE In New Sonars and Old Successes. I The Great Violinist, SPIEGLER N And His Hnnfarian QUINTETTE Including Miss LUCILH BMSTIAD, In a delightful Musical Entertainment. ï¿¼ ARTHUlt WOODVILLE, Comedian and Expert N Dancer. New Series of Pictures on the AMERIOAN BIOSCOPE. R MADELINE ROS8ITER.Voca!Comed:enneM? ?Lm Vanen. WILFRED BURNASD, Character Impressionist and Mimic. V__I HARRY HERBERT, Comedian. WILL LACEY, American Cyclemedian. ?m Great WEI LAND, the Funny Juggler. COOPER & LAIT. in their latest Vaudeville Mixture. GRAND THEATRE, PENTRE. Tel. 52. Proprietor Mr. W. E. WILLIS Ilanager ifr. W. E.WILLliJunr Musical Director. Mr. W. COVENTRY Commenoing Monday, March B, And During the Week. ONCE NIGHTLY. Early Doors 7; Ordinary Doors 7.15; commence 7.30. Mr. PAUL BECKITT & Miss ENID BOOM'S* COMPANY, in the Oreat Sensational Dramaâ€” VICTIMS OF VICE By ENID EDONI. COMPANY includes Miss ENID EDONI as Dorothy Deemond. Mr. PAUL BECKETT as Arthur Dacre. Mr. Desmond, HENRY BECKETT as Bernstein the Jew. PricesCircle, 1/6. Early Doors, 1/9; and 1 Early Doors 1/3 Pit, Od., Early Doors, 9d. Boxes seat four, 8r- Picture Matinee Saturday afternoon for Children at 1.30, NEXT WEEK, March 9th-Mr. Harry Foxwell's No. I Co., in an Entirely New Play- ONLY A MILL GIRL A Plat dealing with Lancashire Principal Industry. Workmen's Hall. TON PENTRE. Proprieton The Maindy and Eastern Workmen Week commencing March 2, 1914 EDITH at CLAIR In a return Yi"it with New Songs. GRACIE OBAALD A Charming Comedienne. RICARD NAVA QUARTETTE In Vocal and Instrumental Act. Pictures Changed Completely Mid-Week 6-45 TWICE NIGHTLY 8-48" Matinee on Wednesday Morning" at 10.30 PRICES AS USUAL. NEW THEATRE, PONTYPRIDD. Sole Proprietors Messrs. TRENCHARD & JONES Manager Mr. CHARLES TRENCHARD Acting Manager Mr. WILLIAM TRENCHARD Monday, March 2nd, 1914, andeach evening: daring the week. MATINEE SATURDAY AFTERNOON, AT 2.30.1 WILL PARKIN & CHAS. KASRACS. Grand Spectacular Comedy Pantomime Diack Whiettingtoa AND HIS CAT Wntten by WILL. PARKIN. NOTE POPULAR PRION. Centre Circle, 2/- Side Circle, 1/8 Stallslf < 1 /â€¢Â» Pit, ed. Gallery, 4d. Children in arms not admitted. Early Doors 3d. extra to-all parts except Gallery; Gallery, 2d. Ordinary Doors 7-10 p.m.. commence 7-45^ 2867 PAVILION TREORCHY. Proprietors :-The Express Holler Skating & Picture Palace Co. Manager, R. Mothersill. Morning :Monday, Mareh 2nd, 1914. Morning Performance for Night Worker* Every Tuesday at 10.30 o'clock. Full ProhranoBse. 6.46 TWICE NIGHTLY 8.46. TED LE ROY & Co., In a Novel Vocal and Darcing Scena. DICK LIVESEY, The Gradely Ventriloquist and hie little pal Peter." Starring Engagement of the Marvellous Violin Virtuoso, SIGNOR CANTARELLI From the Scala Theatre, Antwtrp; Palais D'ete, Brussels Palladium and Pavilion, London-, Assisted by Mdlle. LILLY at the Piano. Prices 3d. 4d, ed. Early Doors, 4d, ed, 9d Star Programme of Pictures changed twice weekly. 2672
A Car Without a Conductor. A fine but rather serious hoax was played on the driver of one of the cars from Portly up on Wednesday evening. Some passengers rang the bell, and the car started, but without the conductor. The game was kept up till the car reached Penygraig, where the motorman found out that the conductor was missing. He left the car at Penygraig, and went back to Porth in another car to look for the conductor. Printed for the Proprietors by Meoan. Evans" Short, Tonypandy, &nd published by the Proprietors, The Rboadda Leader," Limited, at their Offices, Ixosl- sior Buildinp, Do Winton Street, ToiLp psndy, in the COll- of Glamorgan.
Mid-Rhondda and District Canine Society. The first open evening dog show held by the Mid-Rhondda and District Canine Society took place at the White Hart Hotel, Tonypandy, on Thursday evening, the 19th inst. Mr. Tom Phillips, Cardiff, carried out the duties of judge. Mr. D. R. Howells, Pontypridd, won the silver cup and special prize with his Welsh Springer puppy, Penrhyn Wonder; Mr. Nat. Roberts, with his Airedale terrier, Nantgwyn Performer, took five first prizes; Mr. S. B. Jones, Cardiff, won the special prize for the best dog in the show with Woodend Joan; Mr. Evan Davies' (Pentre) blue Belton setter, Pentre Rosalind, won two firsts and a third prize.
I Gelli. I Funeral.â€”On Thursday, the funeral took place at Treorchy of the late Mr. Morgan Williams, of 25, King Street, Gelli, who died on the 13th inst., at the age of 45 years. A widow and seven chil- dren are left to mourn his loss. The ser- vice was conducted by the Rev. D. Gwen- ffrwd Evans, Bryn Seion (W.C.), and the Rev. Phillip Gelly, Dyffryn (C.M.). The chief mourners were:â€”Mrs. Williams (widow) and children; Mr. Wm. Davies (brother); Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Evans, Hillside Terrace (brother-in-law and sis- ter) Miss M. Williams. Lampeter (sis- ter) Mr. John Morgan, Merthyr Vale (brother-in-law); Mrs. S. Evans, Merthyr Vale (sister-in-law); Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Davies, Rees Street (cousins); Mr. John Evans, Dorothy Street (cousin); Mr. and Mrs. Morgan Richards and family, White- field Stlreet, Ton (cousins); and Mrs. Lewis, Morriston (cousin). The funeral arrangements were carried out by Messrs. Howell Williams and Son, Ystrad- Rhondda. Death.â€”The wife of Mr. John Evans, of Rees Street, went to the Ystrad Sur- gery on Tuesday evening, the 17th inst., to obtain advice and attention for pains in her side, and while there collapsed. Dr. W. E. Thomas was present, but all efforts to revive the lady proved unavail- ing, the cause of death being an affection of the heart. The funeral, which took place on Saturday last at Treorchy, was attended by a very large number of mourners and friends. Injury.â€”-Whilst following his employ- ment at the Pentre Colliery, Albert Mar- field, of Bronllwyn Road, Gelli, met with an accident, caused by a stone falling on his back whilst he was stooping. His injuries were serious, but there is, fortu- nately, no danger. Tabernacle .(P.M.), Ystrad Road.â€”On Sunday last, the Band of Hope anniver- sary services were held. In the morning the pulpit was occupied by Mr. W. H. Whone, Blaenclydach. The afternoon ser- vice was devoted to songs and recitations by the juvenile members of the Band of Hope. In the evening, Mr. Whone gave a short address. Selections were given by the juveniles and also by the follow- ing: ,-Duet, Love Divine," Mrs. Walker and Mrs. Olivers; solo, "Come unto Me." Mr. W. H. Whone; solo, Stars in My Crown," Mrs. Jones; solo, "God give you grace," Mrs. Walker. The organist was Mr. Sidney Gillman, of the English Wesleyan (Church, Ystrad- Rhondda. At the tea, which was held on Monday, the tables were presided over by 1 Mrs. Walker. Mrs. Chivers, Mrs. Thomas, Misses May Davies, Eva Spiller, and Maud Alderman. A successful entertainment was held in the evening. Farewell Meeting at Siloam (W.B.).â€” On Tuesday evening, the 10th inst., a largely-attended meeting was held at Siloam (W.B.) to bid farewell to the Rev. W. J. Morgans on his departure for America. The chair was occupied by the Rev. E. W. Davies. Hebron, Ton. A number of addresses were given, and pre- sentations made to the Rev. W. J. Mor- gans who feelingly, replied, thanking all for their kindness and good wishes. An excellent musical programme ha.d been arranged, all the items being rendered in the best possible style.