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CWMAMAN.' OUR ADVICE of last week still holds good to those about to take their holidays.—The most useful gar- ments to take with you on account of the unsettled weather are: A smart knitted sport's coat; a smart tailor-made costume; a reliable rainproof or silk oilskin coat. Special show of the above this week at J. M. Evans', Gadlys Road. WE CONGRATULATE the 1st Primi- tive Methodist Boy Scouts on their suc- cess in gaining 4th prize in ambulate at Birmingham, out of 170 teams, and 6th in individual, and also 2nd at Aber- aman last week. The ambulance in- structor is Mr Reginald Dobb, secretary of the Cwmaman Ambulance Brigade, and the Scout-master is Mr D. T. Davies, who were with the boys at Birmingham. A YOUNG MUSICIAN. Master Ernest Davies, 8 Fforchaman Road, only 13 years of age, passed the senior grade examination for pianoforte playing at the recent examination held at Aberdare in connection with the London College of Music, the examiner being Mr G. D. Rawle, Mus.Bac., London. Ernest is the son of Mrs and Mr William Davies, Prudential Assurance agent, and a pupil of Mr Tom Davies, Stuart Street, Aber- dare, who is to be complimented on such a creditable result through his careful tuition. SMOKING CONCERT. A concert was held on Monday night at the Globe Inn, the occasion being the presentation of medals to the Cwmbach Handball Team, which they recently won in the tournament with Cwmaman. The chair- man was Mr James Hancock, who im- pressed upon the young members present the necessity of upholding the game of handball and continue to keep Cwm- aman a handball centre, a distinction it had retained for a good number of years. On behalf of the Cwmaman team Mr John Williams (captain) handed over the medals to Mr Richard Price, the captain of the Cwmbach team, who briefly responded. An overture on the harp was given by Mr Tom Davies. Songs by Messrs David Hancock, Evan Edwards, Philip Davies, J. Hancock, William J. Edwards, Samuel Grist, D. Thomas, Rees Thomas, T. J. Hancock, M. Davies, John Davies, Dan Isaac, John Evans, David Rees, William Beynon. Speeches were given by Messrs R. Watts, Evan Edwards, D. Isaac, and W. Beynon. The singing of "Hen Wlad fy Nhadau by Mr J. Hancock closed an enjoyable evening THE QUARTERLY MEETINGS of Seion Baptist Chapel were held on Sun- day last. The Sunday School is in a flourishing condition, and the superin- tendent and teachers deserve praise for their perseverance with the children, who have been awarded prizes by the Baptist Union and Aberdare District in the recent examinations. The prizes were distributed on Sunday afternoon as follows:—Idwal Rees, 1st prize from the union; Annie Mathews, 2nd prize (Cymanfa); Morgan Rees, 3rd prize (Cymanfa). Class 2: Jane Evans, 1st prize; Irene Thomas and May Powell Thomas, 2nd prize; W. J. Rees and Benjamin Morgan, 3rd prize (Aberdare District). Class 3: W. J. Morgan and Tommy Isaac, 2nd prize (Aberdare Dis- trict). Class 4: Bessie Davies, 2nd prize. Class 5: William Rees, 1st prize, and J. E. Harries, 2nd prize, from Aber- dare District. In the afternoon Mr David Rees opened the service in prayer. Recitations were given by Ceinwen Mathews, Augustus Lewis, Olwen Mathews, Olivia J. Harries, Morgan Morgan, L. O. Davies, Bronwen Evans, Iris M. Davies, Mildred L. Hughes, Dorothy James, Ann jo Ricrds, Olive Evans, Ivy Morgan. Solos, Lydia Rees, Eluned Rees, John J. Mathews. Duett, E. D. Harries and Esther M. Harries. An address was given by Mr Tom Harries. The evening service was com- menced by Mr John Mathews. The following also took part: Katie Mathews, Bessie Isaac, Mary Morgan, Sarah James, Idwal Rees, Annie Rees, George James Mathews, Irene Thomas, Tasker Lewis, Alice Maud Jenkins, Ceridwen Evans, Maggie Ellen Parry, Taliesin Evans, Morfydd Lloyd. Mr Mor- gan Rees closed in prayer.



Aberdare Tramway Troubles.

--¥--------The Reflector.




- Undeb Ysgolion Sul Annibynwyr…

Nodion o Glynnedd.

Musical Honours.