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BY MUDDIED OAF." Association. The fortnightly meeting of the Aberdare and District Junior Association League was held at the Castle Hotel, Aberaman, on Wednesday week, Mr. J. Finn in the chair. It was decided that the match between Cwmbach Exceilsiors and Aber- aman Stars be replayed, and also that the fixture between the Aberdare Crescents and Cefnpennar be played on March 28. Transfers were granted to T. Pendry from the Crescents to Gadlys, and to Dan Jones from the Cwmbach Excelsiors to Cwmbach Liljywhites. Respecting the medals competition, it was decided that teams may enrol 16 players for the 5s. entrance fee, and that the referee's fee be 2s. 6d. No further applications for trans- fers will be considered. Godreaman ap- pealed against the decision of the League with reference to a Cefnpennar player named Allen, who, it was alleged, played for a senior team at Treharris. The pro- test failed. The next meeting will be held at the Crown Hotel, Aberdare. SOUTH WALES AND MON. JUNIOR CUP COMPETITION. FIRST ROUND. Cwmaman v. Gilfach Goch.—Referee, Mr. Smith, Bridgend. Played at Cwm- aman on Saturday. The game was rather one-sided throughout, and at times rather scrappy. Still, considering the greasy state of the field and the climatic condi- tions, such play was only to be expected. The redeeming feature of the play was the keen tackling indulged in by the Gil- fach and Cwmaman forwards, the visit- ing outside left and his partner being conspicuous. However, the, C'wmaman forwards played a winning game, and after combining beautifully scored eleven goals against Gilfach's two. Barson, the erstwhile Barry player, headed the home- sters scoring with 4 goals, Jack Griffiths, Ted Higgins, and Scully, and Evan Joseph, the C'wmaman custodian (from a penalty) also scored. The Cwmaman team can boast of possessing in Evan Joseph the finest goal-keeper in the second division. The outstanding feature of Gilfach's play was the sterling defence of their right back. As for the rest they lost several opportunities of scouting at goal. Jack Griffiths, of the home for- wards, improves week by. week. Danny Thomas is as nippy a ever at centre- half. Ben Berrymaa., the right back, clears with precision, and does not forget to feed his men promptly. Dan Isaac is hardly in the form he used to be. If he does not improve he will .surely lose his place. Considering the important matches the team have yet to, play, a re- liable left full back is of vital import- ance. Next Saturday the team will pro- bably play the local premier eleven at the Ynys. Final Score Cwmaman 11 goals, Gilfach Goch 2 goals. THE ABERDARE! AND DISTRICT ;JUNIOR ASSQCIATION LEAGUE. Cwmbach Lilywhites v. Great Western Rovers.—Played at Ynyscynon Grounds on Saturday. The homesters fielded a strong team, whereas the "Loco" boya played five substitutes. The Rovers kicked off under wretched conditions, and immediately pressed, the ball going be- hind. Even play ensued for some time until T. Rees broke away for Cwmbach, and was prominent with a fine dribble on the right, but he was intercepted in time by Bert Whittle. The latici transferred to Jim Davies, who essayed a long shot, the ball fallling short of the aperture. Give and take play resulted in both goals having narrow escapes, and nothing wa,s scored up till the interval. On the resumption Cwmbach renewed the pressure, the state of the ground mili- tating against good work by the "Sheds", forwards, who were also the lighter team. After some desultory play, Rees secured from Mog Davies, the, home back, and opened the score for Cwmbach. The same player added another directly after- wards with a beautiful shot. Panniers scored the third goal. Finall Score: I Cwmbach Lilywhites 3 goals Great Western Rovers Nil. The game was a miserable exhibition. The Great Westerners' reserve men were completely off-colour; they seemed lost on the slippery and uneven turf, whilst Cwmbach adapted their play better to the prevailing circumstances. C'wmbach did not exert themselves- int the initial half; but with the change of ends, however, their play became remarkably vigorous, and Bert Whittle was, without doubt, the most prominent and useful back on the field. Arthur Jackson, his partner, was also a powerful factor for the Cwm- bach forwards to contend with. Jimmy Davies at half and Jack Jones at forward were also excellent for the "Loco" boys. For Cwmbach, the backs, M. J. Davies, Rees, and Panniers were in fine fettle. Gadlys Rovers v. Aberdare Crescents. —This League fixture, was turned into a friendy game, owing to the climatic con- ditions. Both sides played the one-back game, and were under the charge of Mr. Isaac Williams. The game was, from start to finish, a pure farce. Immediate- ly after the kick-off, W. Watkin Williams secured, and having nobody to beat, scored a goal for Gadlys. Afterwards they paid short incursions into the Cres- cents' territory, but were pulled up through, ibeingj off-side. Try as they would, Gadlys could not get the ball into their opponents' goal, as they slipped and the ball stuck in the mud on several occasions. The Crescents got away through Lewis and Walker, and ultimate- ly equalised matters through Tom Phil- lips. Pritchard added another. After the interval Tom Phillips, after falling on his face into a mud bath, scored the Crescents' third goal. Leonard Ford and! Jack Thomas were sound play- ers on the Gadlys side. Final Score: Aberdare Crescents S goals. Gadlys Rovers 1 goal. Aberaman Excelsiors v. Godreaman. —Played at Michael's Field on Saturday in rough weather. The game was strenu- ously contested, and nothing was scored at the interval. On the resumption, how- ever, the Excelsiors scored a goal through. Dick Samuels. The game ended abruptly a quarter of an hour before time owing to the ball having burst on some spikes. Consequently this League fixture will have to be replayed. Final Score: Aberaman Excelsiors 1 goal. Godreaman I. Nil. 4A. M. 1 n ABERDARE SCHOOLBOYS' LEAGUE. Owing to the wretched weather and the greasy condition of the fields, three of the ,schools' fixtures were postponed. The Higher Gradians were to have met the Industrial boys in their first meeting, which match was eagerly looked forward to. However, three of the fixtures were played off at the AthleticGrounds. Saint F'agan's defeated Ynyslwyd by a goal to nil, whilst Cwmdare and Cap- coch's match culminated in a pointless draw. The Nationalists had a runaway victory over Cwmbach, beating their op- ponents by no fewer than eight goals to nil. The Cwmaman and Blaengwawr match was also postponed. TRIAL MATCHES. Preparatory to selecting the team that are to meet the Barry Schoolboys at Barry next Saturday week, two trial matches took plaice at the Athletic Grounds on Monday afternoon. The ground was in a better condition than on Saturday. The opposing teams were- A and B, and C and D, selected from the Upper and Lower Districts. The game between A and B afforded I a spectacular treat. Rees J. Rees (Roberts- town) drew first blood for the B team with a fine shot. The game gradually worked itself into a hotly contested one. B team were the aggressors for some time, and ultimately scored through "Pinky' (Park Schools). This point was, however, ruled offside. A team were then conspicuous by their pretty combination, and eventually scored two beautiful goals through John- nyH ughes (Industrial), thus giving the "All Whites" the lead at the interval by 2 goals to 1.On the resumption give and take play ended in John Jones (Indus- trial) adding a third goal. Owens subse- quently found the aperture for B team. It would be invidious to particularise any players as they all did their work to per- fection. Clayton (Hie ir Grade) scored again for the "A" bpyllt. Final Score: A Team 4 goals. BTeam 2 goals. The second match that followed! be- tween the C and D teams was also eagerly contested. Good individual play by each side resulted in a drawn game. Final Score: C Team l goal. O Team l goal. Another trial will take place next week, when the. final selection will be made. Cardiff County School v. Aberdare County School. This deferred match came off at the Cardiff Intermediate School Grounds before a good attendance. In a previous meeting between these teams at the Park a drawn game was the issue. The "City" boys had arranged a match with Barry on the same day, so they played that first and afterwards met the Dare lads in a keen game. Crocker, Bos- well, and Adams scored for Cardiff, whilst Williams and Davies scored for Aberdare. Final Score: Cardiff County School 4 goals. Aberdare County School. 2 goals.
Rugby. Trecynon v. Tylostown Seconds. Played at the Robertstown Field on Saturday last in unfavourable weather. Owing to this the "cream" of the Tre- cynon team stayed away. Had they been present, the Tylorstown lads would not have had a look in. The game cul- minated in a pointless draw. Next Satur- day Trecynon play their trial match pre- paratory to the forthcoming Junior League contests.
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BY SPECTATOR. Assooiation. At the Ynys on Thursday the Aberdare Thursdays met and defeated a powerful eleven from the Cardiff University by 5 goals to 1. For such an attractive en- counter the gate was wretchedly small, that is as far as the field was concerned. The grand stand on the, fairground was, however, well patronised by a crowd of local "enthusiasts." The commencement gave every indica- tion of a very even game, but the great pace set by the students soon began to fail, but not before they had registered the first goal. The homesters equalised from a penalty, which Harry Williams successfully negotiated. Aubrey fol- lowed with another isoon afterwards, White putting his side farther ahead be- fore half-time. The second half again opened strongly, but once the Thursdays settled down the visiting custodian had a busy time. Good work by Tom Thomas kept the home forwards on the attack, and Monty White scored, after a splendid dribble by "Snip." Cardiff next attacked, and their inside left going through on his own, sent in a lovely shot which struck the cross bar. A few minutes before time Monty White again scored. Final Score: Aberdare Thursdays 5 goals. Cardiff University 1 goal. The game was a Very interesting one to witness. The defending- and attack- ing work of the Darians underwent a great change luckily for the better. Al- though the home eleven were without Ivor Davies, their redoubtable captain. the defence did not suffer in the least, Jack Havard being a splendid substitute. Had Ivor been in the front line as anti- cipated before his illness (by-the-way, he is down with an attack of-rheumatism), the combination would have benefited greatly, Aubrey being a miserable failure. Tom Thomas at left back is equally as much at home as when playing left half. His partner, Joe Lewis, has not improved in the least since last season; if anything, his play has deteriorated slightly, due no doubt to over-confidence in his own prowess. At half Tom Price needs a lot of training to bring him into proper con- | dition. Jack Havard and Pugh were in great form, and repeatedy broke up the combination of the visitors. The pick of the front line, Harry Williams and Monty White, were in great form, the former being a sore thorn in the side of the opposing backs. Billy Edwards also showed an improvement, and never dal- lied with the ball, but sent across in fine style, thereby making some splendid openings for his inside, men. Aberdare v. Crev/<—pj&yed at fcho isi&iY Athletic Grounds on Saturday. Owing to the heavy rains the gate was terribly dis- appointing. The Dariàns were still with- out Sam Parker and Whitcombe, but good reserves were available. Harry Roberts, last season's outside left, was again in- cluded in the eleven, being given a trial on the extreme right. Williams, a clever left half, who is a student at St. Michael's College, made his first appear- ance, Jim Jones going over to the right. Referee, Mr. Jenkin Howells, Aberdare. In the first half the teams were fairly even, both goalkeeprs having plenty to do, and they did their work very credit- ably. Crewe were the first to score from a shot which Seaward saved cleverly, but before he could clear the visiting inside left charged him and the ball rolled into the net. This reverse nettled the Dar- ians, who put out all their efforts to equalise. After several narrow escapes the Crewe citadel was pierced, Lew Grant being the player to put his side level, giving Perkins no chance. The teams crossed over with a goal each to their credit. The second half opened in favour of the homesters, Robertson feeding his for- wards grandly. The spectators were treated to a grand display of goal-keeping by Perkins. Every shot seemed to come alike to him, some of his clearances being really remarkable. Each moment the on- lookers expected to see a goal registered. but Perkins defied the efforts of the Dare forwards and half-backs to put the bail past him. A fine breakaway by Crewe's right wing placed the home goal in dan- ger, but the final effort was badly exe- cuted, for instead of centreing, the out- side man attempted a long shot, which was easily cleared, and the venue was again removed to the other end. Harry Roberts at last broke the spell with a splendid oblique shot, the custodian mak- ing a fine effort to save. Lew Grant soon after added a third and fourth, and when time was called Aberdare were attacking hotly. Final Score: Aberdare 4 goals.* Crewe I. 1 goal. I The display of the, home team led I one to believe that they have improved greatly on the form which they have been exhibiting of late. Seaward in goal is certainly in better fettle this season than last. The backs were none too safe, but taking ito consideration the state of the ground they can easily be excused. It was in the half-back line that the home- sters shone. Williams, the recruit, proved that the Dare committee need not be in want, of a good left-half. Robert- son and Jim Jones wer in the best of condition, the latter placing the ball beautifully for Harry Roberts whenever it came his way. The pick of the for- wards were undoubtedly Harry Roberts, Billy Read, and Talbot, but Lew Grant also showed good form. Harper may be good on occasions, but he is certainly not good enough to be included in the Dare ranks.
Rugby. The Rugby Midweekers journeyed to Merthyr on Thursday with a very weak- ened team, and consequently suffered de- feat to the tune of 1 goal 4 tries to 1 try. Bai Griffiths, the skipper, scored the solitary try for the Darians.
Another Fire at Aberdare. On Friday a fire broke out in the Sur- veyor's Office at the Aberdare Town Hall. It appears that a floor joist right under the fire-place had ignited, but with the application of a small supply of water the fire was soon extinguished. Exactly a week prior to this event a similar fire was discovered in the clerk's room.
His Brother's Bicycle. EX-MOUNTAIN ASH FOOTBALLER IN TROUBLE. At Blackwood Police Court on Friday, William Herbert James, a footballer who played occasionally for Mountain Ash, but is now in the Northern Union area, was charged with stealing a bicycle, the property of his brother, David James, of Bedwas. Defendant did not enter an ap- pearance. Mr. Cooper, for the complainant, ex- plained that the bicycle was now in the possession of the Mountain Ash police. He asked the Bench to make an order for the restoration of the bicycle. The machine was on the hire-purchase sys- tem, ajnd, if necessary, he would put in the agreement and claim it for the owner. Alfred George Nutt, of Mountain Ash, said he saw defendant in that district. He said he was hard-up, and offered the bicyclle for sale at .£5. Knowing that James had played one match for Moun- tain Ash, and that he intended playing regularly for the team, he gave him the < £ 5. He had bought the machine in good faith, and certainly expected to have the amount refunded. The Bench decided to issue a warrant, but that its execution would be withheld pending an interview with the father as to the payment of the amount given for the machine.
Dedication at Tidenham Church. We cull the following from "The Chep- stow Weekly Advertiser" for November 4th: _HOn Wednesday last, being All Saints Day, the ceremony of the dedica- tion of a handsome carved oak reredos in the parish church took place. This beau- tiful work of art is the gift of F. Mander, Esq., of Aberdare, a native of the parish, and one who received his early education under Mr. Long in Tidenham School, and is erected to the memory of his father and mother, who are laid to rest in the churchyard adjacent. The reredos was designed and executed by Messrs. Jones and Willis, ecclesiastical artists, of Bir- mingham, and was considered to be of sufficient importance to be placed on view ,v,t the recent CJzurch Congress at Wey- mouth. It is in the Gothic style, to suit the tracery of the east window over it. It consists of three central compart- ments, containing wheat-ears, grapes, and other conventional carving in relief, and side panels with mouldings similar to the mouldings of the oak seats in the chan- cel. It bears a brass plate on which is inscribed as follows: 'This reredos and panelling were erected by Frederick Man- der, Glanynys, Aberdare, in memory of his parents. Dedicated to the Glory of God, All Saints Day, 1905.' A special ser- vice was held at 11 a.m., when the dedi- cation was pefformed by the Vicar, the Rev. R. C. Lynch Blosse, assisted by his curates.1* Mr. and Mrs. Mander were present at the service."
"To the Southern Pacific across the Andes." LECTURE AT ABERDARE. The second of this season's lectures1, under the auspices of the Aberdare Lec- ture Society, was given at the Memorial Hati on Thursday last to a large and ap- preciative audience. The lecturer was Capt. W. J. P. Benson, F.R.G.S., the sub- ject being "To the Southerni Pacific across the Andes." The chair was taken by Mr. W. J. Heppell, Cwmaman, the president of the society. Captain Benson dealt lucidly with the tropical glories of Brazil, Rio de Janeiro, and other places of interest in South America. He gave a vivid1 description of the beautiful moun- tain scenery known as the Sierras of Cor- doba, the prettiest spot in the Argentine Republic, the summit of La Cumbre, and Puente Del Incai, all seen by tourists journeying across the Andes. The splen- did modern buildings in Santiago, Val- paraiso, and Buenos Ayres-the Paris of South America, and the unique methods of irrigation adopted by the inhabitants afford convincing proof that Argentin- ians are not backward in the methods of modern civilization. The voyage across the Southern Pacific is very exhilarating. The lecturer gave some racy anecdotes bearing1 upon his own experiences along the journey: Specimens of the products ,of Brazil, and! its sister State, were ex- hibited by Captain Benson. The lecture was splendidly illustrated with lime-light views, and the audience were not slow in displaying their appro- bation of Captain Benson's address.
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Social at Cwmaman. On the 6th of November a complimen- tary social to the Rev Howell Parry was held at Cwmaman. The building was packed, and a very enjoyable evening- was spent. Mr Herbert Evans occupied the chair. Mr Tom Jones and Mr James Turrell having taken part in the proceed- ings, the following programme was gone through :-Recitation, "Ten little ser- vants," Beatrice May Gough glee, by the choir; severalelections on the phonograph; songby Mr James Turrell; recitation, Miss Dorothy Williams song, Master Findley Macgillivray song, Mr Tom Jones song, Father of a Family," Mr Herbert Evans; song, "Idle days in summer time." Miss. Maggie Butler. The chairman observed that probably many of the older members had known Mr Parry since he was a boy, and knew that he had taken great interest in St Joseph's Church. When in his teens he was active in church affairs. He was a leading factor with the children, and it. was difficult to get one to fill his place. He had done noble work in the Sunday- School, had taught the choir several can- tatas, and had proved himself a successful conductor"in the Public Hall on various occasions. After commenting upon Mr Parry as a preacher, the chairman called upon the Rev. Z. Jones to make a pre- sentation of a communion service set to the Rev Howell .Parry on behalf of the members of St Joseph's Church. The Rev Z. Jones said it gave him great pleasure to make the presentation. He had found Mr Parry to be a young man of unblemished character. This would be borne out by many who had been living in Cwmaman for a number of years. Mr Parry had rendered ser- vice to the clergy of the parish whenever called upon to do so. Mr Jones then handed over the gift to Mr Parry. The chairman then called upon Mr: Alfred Duke to present to the Rev- Howell Parry on behalf of St Joseph's- Sunday School a purse of gold. Mr Duke remarked that he and Mr Williams Cates were two of the oldest members in the church and Sunday School, and they had known Mr Howell Parry since he was a boy. He was always pleasant,, obedient and obliging, and an excellent" worker among children and adults. He now had great pleasure in handing to- him a purse of gold. The Rev Howell' Parry in responding; said if the people only knew his feelings, they would do him a great favour by tel- ling him to sit down. He wished to thank all that had contributed so liber- ally towards the presentation. If he had not received any presents at all he should feel thankful if only for the kind; words spoken of him, With regard to the children he had always found it a great pleasure to teach them. No one but himself knew the difficulties of the position. He was often abused by the parents, more especially the parents that seldom came to church. Referring- to the Sunday School, Mr Parry said, there was a time when he and Mr Wil- liam Thomas had to manage the best way they could, there being no other. teachers present. He was pleased tht, the school was in a much better condi- tion now. He would say that whatever" he had preached in his sermons was not the will of man, but the power of God.. Character was a great thing and he had always endeavoured to build a good character. Mr Parry incidentally re- marked they had in his church at Peny- graig 95 choristers. The remainder of the program was as follows: Glee, "Who's that a calling, choir; song, Mixed up family," Mr Tom Jones; recitation, Wolsley to Cromwell," Miss Alice MacGillivray; song, When the old man came home sober," Mr Tom Jones song, The Old Folks at home," Mr Hugh Webb song, The sea is England's glory," Mr Herbert Evans. A glee by the choir" and God save the King concluded the meeting. A hearty vote of thanks was passed to, the chairman, choir and to Mr Thomas Martin, who kindly lent and manipulated, the phonograph.
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