CWMCWRACH. YOU will be pleased after calling at JAY'S. <> FATAL ACCIDENT. Whilst following his employment at the Empire Colliery on Friday last a serious accident befel Mr. Gomer Davies, son of Mr. and Airs. James Davies, 6 Glanant Terrace, Cwm- gwrach. He was caught by a journey of trams and fractured one of his legs. He was taken to Swansea Hospital, and had his leg amputated just below the knee. He passed away on Sunday evening. Great sym- pathy is felt towards the family.
TRECYNON AND LLWYOCOED NOTES. BY AIAKCELLO. Three Red Cross nurses formed i the escort of one wounded soldier to a place of worship. 1 wonder which impressed him the more—the spiritual ministrations or those of his fair bodyguard? The battle of Rhiw yr Ochain, 1 am sure, did not compare in noise with a stop tap skirmish near the same spot last Saturday night. Al- though the captains and the kings who were directing the right hai departed, the tumult and the shout- ing did not die until it was well on towards midnight. Those young men who go about fooling with firearms might use them to a better purpose at the present critical time. Watch the military comb, my lads. • Ap Barley cannot be induced to i join the forces, but he has his eye on the force. He felt insulted when told that he was too short one end, but the compliment that he would make a smart P.C. added quite a cubit to his stature. He was verv drowsy. He had been working on the night shift and had had no sleep for thirty hours. She sang to him "Come and cuddle me," but even that acted as a lullaby, and then she gave him up in despair, The prodigal son came back to Trecynon at Whitsun, but did not have the reeeption he expected. The fatted calf was not killed, and now the fat-headed kid has gone back to the swine and the husks. Tom Thumb is going to instal a shooting gallery somewhere in Llwydcoed. He is brimming with patriotism, and is most anxious t6 train the young idea how to shoot. He handled a gun for the first time last week. Atari is not a whole-hogger by any means. She is never happier than when she "plays at half a love with half a lover," as the poet says. Sweet ,N Mari! Ap Barley has broken out again. He has been drinking success to the British offensive in France in Haig and Haig's best brew. It is whispered that while he was still a T.T. Ap Barley undertook to preside at a temperance meeting. Perhaps that event will now be postponed until Ap signs on again.
RHIGOS. JAY'S furniture is worth placing in your best rooms. COMPETITIVE CONCERT. On Saturday evening last a successful competitive concert was held at Bethel Wesleyan Chapel. The .Key. Williams presided. The adjudi- cators were: Music, Mr. Tom Lewis, L.T.S.C., and Mr. Tom Phillips, A.C.; recitation, liev. D. Teifi Davies, Hirwain. The accompanist was Mr. Tom Richards, A.L.C.M., Rhigos. The awards were as follows: Tenor solo, Mr. Samuel Weaver, Glyn Neath, and Mr. W. Evans, Hirwain, equal. Bass solo, Mr. Tom Beynon, Hirwain, and Mr. Eddie Evans, Resolven. Soprano solo, Miss Prestwood, Aberaman. Impromptu speech, Mr. John Richards, Rhigos. Recitation, out of 14 competitors, Mr. James Rees, Penderyn. The proceeds go to Mrs. Mary Rees, Rhigos.
TREC^NON. JAY'S easy payment system is easy for you. GARDEN SEEDS.—Only first prize seeds stocked. Choicest selection at Emivs Evans', M.P.S., Victoria Sq. POSTPONEMENT. The prize drawing in aid of Alt. William*, Trecynon, has been postponed to July 7th, 1917.-W. T. Williams. Secretary. NODDFA (B.). — The half-yearly special meetings were held at this place of worship on Sunday and Monday last. The Revs. D. Price, Clydach. Swansea, and Aaron Mor- gan, Blaenffos, were the preachers. Mr. J. R. Evans, G. and L., con- ducted the singing. OBITUARY. On Wednesday; last week Mrs. Thomas, 9 Llewelyn Street, passed away at the ripe age of 32. The interment took place on Saturday at the Aberdare Cemetery. The mourners were: Mr. Daniel Thomas, Miss Maggie Thomas, Mr. and Mrs. J. Davies, Cwnidare; Mr* and Mrs. John Thomas, Mr. and Mrs. John Lewis, sons and daughters; Mrs. Rees, Hirwain, sister-in-law, Mr. D. Griffiths, Cwmllynfell, brother-in-law; Mr. D. Thomas, cousin; Mr. and Mrs. D. Davies, Mr. and Mr*. A. Prince, Mr. and Mrs. Rees Davies. Mr. Evan Lewis, Misses M. J. Lewis, May Rees, Agnes M. Evans, Mr. H. Lewis, Messrs. D. J. Thomas, L. E. Thomas, Daniel Hopkins, E. J. Hopkins, Mr. and Mrs. J. Hopkins, Mrs. Bryant, Hir- wain; Mrs. Daniel, Cwmaman; Mrs. Gwen Thomas, Y stalyiera; Mr. and Mrs. J. Evans, Mr. and Mrs. D. Evans, Mr. and Mrs. R. Evan6. The Pievs. J. Grawvs Jones and John Morgan officiated. The late Mrs. Thomas was a native of Cwmllynfell, but had lived- in Trecynon over 50 i Tears. She was the oldest lady mem- ber of Ebenezer.
ABERDARE. YOU will be pleased after calling at JAY'S. SOLDIER PRESENTED. Driver ,(fl'iffiths v as handed a silver watch .at i Bi-p'enVation concert held at tne Mormng Star last week. Mr. D. Jones, the host, made the presenta- tion. A miscellaneous programme was gone through. Mr. Gwilym Thomas was the chairman, and Mr. Evan Rees the accompanist. ST. ELVAN'S. On Sunday morn- ing the Te Deum was sung to Hel- more's setting. The Revs. A. Ll. Jones and C. G. Wright officiated. At the evening service the Magnificat was sung to one of Barnby's chants, and the Nunc Dimittis to Fenton's. 'The Rev. S. Harris Lewis occupied the pulpit. G.W.R, TEMPERANCE UNION.— The monthly meeting was held on Sundav. Mr. Wilkins occupied the chair." A Bible reading and address were given by Mr. Thomas. Solos were rendered by Miss Jenkins, Miss Watkins, and Mr. Morgan. Recitations were given by Miss Coles, Miss Collins, and Master Percy Coles. A violin solo bv Mr. Watkms. Prayer was offered by Mr. ThQmas. WEDDING. On Saturday morn- ing. at St. Elvan's Church, a quiet wedding was solemnised. The parties were Miss Julia Ingram, eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. T. Ingram, Cross Street, and Mr. Harry Williams, assistant schoolmaster, Trecynon. The bridesmaid 'was Miss Agnes Ingram, bride's sister, and the best man was Mr. Mordecai Lewis, Trecynon. Mr. and Mrs. Arnold, Trecynon, were also present. The officiating clergyman was the Rev. J. A. Lewis, B.A., vicar. The honey- moon was spent at Swansea. The bride is a teacher at the Town -National Schools. P.M. CHURCHES. The quarter- ly meeting of the Aberdare Primitive Methodist Circuit, comprising the churches at Aherdare, Aberaman, Cwmbach and Cwmaman. met last Thursday at their Aberaman Church. There was a good attendance of officials, and the business was dis- patched in an excellent spirit. Re- ports of the churches were very favourable. Mr. Wilcox, the circuit steward, spoke in eulogistic terms of the ministry of the Rev. Shirley Windram and his father, the Rev. George Windram, and expressed the j hope that this ministry would con- tinue for a long while. A hearty and unanini: as invitation was given for a fifth year, 1918-1919, and accepted. Some of the leading denominational preachers are engaged to visit the circuit during the next few months. > SALVATION AK.ui. On Mon- day evening, at the Salvation Army Hull, a farewell meeting was held in honour of Commandant and Mrs. Watts, who are leaving this week for Ballymacarrett (No. 1 Corps), Ireland. The programme of music was arranged by the Young People of the Aberaman Corps. Major Mathiason, of Swansea, presided.. Commandant Watts has been in the I town a year, during which period he was promoted from the rank of Ad- jutant. He will be succeeded oy Ensign and Mrs. W. Coleman, of Hull. VALEDICTORY SMOKER. — On Saturday evening a smoker and presentation meeting was held at the Plasterers' Arms, Aberdare, in honour of Sapper Dan Bramble, R.E., who was home on 10 days' leave. Sapper Bramble joined the Army nearly two years ago, and "did his little bit" to win the war at Suvla Bay, Salonica, and France, and at the latter place lie was "gassed.' The chair was occupied by Mr. Tom Evans, assisted by Mr. Dai Morris. The following contributed towards the harmony: Messrs. Granville Bates, D. Morris, Tom Evans, George Bryant, Jack Giles, George Rolls, Eli Frost, Rhys Rees and Jack Donovan. The presentation took the form of a valuable silver wrist lever watch, and was handed to the Sapper by the Chairman on behalf of the subscribers. The recipient suitably responded. Votes of thanks were accorded to the host and hostess and to the artistes and all that took part. Mr. Granville Bates was the accompanist. The arrangements were carried out by Messrs. Rhys Rees and David Morris. Sapper Bramble left Aberdare to rejoin his unit on Monday. PERFORMANCE. On Monday last, at the Market Hall, a grand performance of the operetta. "The Wishing Cap (W. Smyth Cooper) was given by the children ol 'St. Margaret's R.C. School. The characters were as follows:-—Dame Durden, Katie Crear.; Farmer Dur- den, Jack Bollard; Elsa, Mary O'Sallivan; Katisha, Dorothea Glynn-Jones; Ike, Sammy Williams; Ben, Willie Bollard; Polly, Chr'ssie Driscoll; Sue, Nancie Hurt; Mattie, Mamie Kenny; Peg, Maureen Meyrick; Kit, Lydia Condon: Lou, Stella Stephens; Phoebe, Maggie HowTlett; Dorothy, Kathleen Williams; Jane, Nora Duffy; Fairy .-Eoli, Eileen Gold- berg; Fairy Volante, Kathleen Eschle; Fairy Epiona, Kathleen Spencer. The conductor was Miss Donoghue, assisted by Miss Dixon. Miss Connelly was at the piano. The Rev. Father "Hallaron presided, and he was supported by Monsignor O'Reilly. There was a large audi- ence, and the proceeds were in aid of R.C. School Fund.
CWMBACH. LET JAY supply you on their easy payment system. UNITARIAN CHURCH. At the local Unitarian Chapel, which was re-opened recently, the Rev. W. J. Phillips, Nottage, officiated last Sun- day evening. At the previous service his son, Mr. Priestley Phillips, who is studying for the ministry, preached.
ABERAMAN. YOU will be pleased after calling at JAY'S. DEATH AND INTERMENT. We regret to chronicle the death of Mr William Daniel Evans, 69 Car- diff Road, which occurred on Tuesday, the 5th iust. Deceased, who was 28 years of age, sustained internal .lll;flt les about five years ago whilst following his employment, and had been ailing ever since. He was the eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Evans, :3 Henry Street, and leaves a widow and three daughters, with whom deep sympathy is felt. The interment took place on Saturday at the Aberdare Cemetery. The Rev. T. Lloyd Rees, Gwawr, officiated. The mourners were: First coach, Widow; Maggie May, Winifred and Dorothy Evans, daughters; Mrs. W. Hawkins, Mrs. Albert Phelps and Mrs. Rees Jones, sisters-in-law; Mrs. Griffith Evans, aunt; 2nd coach, Miss Young and Mrs. Maud Jones, sisters-in-law; Mrs. Rachel Evans, Mrs. Abraham Morris, Abercwmboi, and Miss Martha Evans, cousins; 3rd coach, Miss Lily Turner, Mrs. Mary Harris, and Mrs. T. J. James, cousins; 4th coach, Mr. and Mrs. Griffith Evans, uncle and aunt. Following the hearse: Father; Messrs. Morris Evans, brother: Al- bert Phelps, William Hawkins, Harold Young, brothers-in-law; Mr. Young, father-in-law; Messrs. Morris Evans, cousin: Rees Jones, brother- in-law; Daniel Evans, Mr. Evans, Messrs. Rees Harries and T. J. James, cousins. The bearers were repre- sentatives of the R.A.O.B., Ynyslwyd Lodge. -Air. J..Zacliiir ali, Aberdare, was the undertaker.
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CODREAMAN. JAY'S easy payment system is easy for you. ON LEAVE. Lance-Corporal H. Williams, 20 Valley View, attached to the A.S.C., came homtf on leave last Wednesday. He has been on active service for the last year and nine months. He returns to France to-morrow (Friday).
CWMAMAN. JAY'S furniture is worth placing in your best rooms. PULPIT. The pulpit of Soar C.M. Church was occupied on Sun- day bv the Rev. J. R. Evans, B.A., B.D., Mountain Ash. DEATH. On Monday morning, the death occurred at his residence, 5 Railway Terrace, of Isaac Lloyd Jones; the fifteen-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. William Hughes. De- ceased, who had been ailmg for years, had recently commenced work, but was suddenly taken ill last Wednes- day and succumbed to an attack of pneumonia. He had been employed as a newsboy by Mr. W. T. Price, newsagent, and was very popular.
PENRHI WCEIBER. YOU will be pleased after calling at JAY'S. PULPITS. The pulpit at Carmel Congregational Church was occupied on Sunday by the Rev. E. Powell, Maesycwnimer.—Rev. Michael Wil- liams, Cilfynydd, officiated at Her- mon C.)1. Church on Sunday. BETHESDA (E.B.). The weekly meeting of the Christian Endeavour Society in connection with the above church was held on Sunday, when M iss Maggie Bevan presided. A | paper on "The Good Samaritan paper on "The Good Samaritan v,as read by Mrs. J. Powell. Mr. D. J. Taylor presided at the organ. MILITARY. Private William Hemmings and Private Bert Preston returned on Monday last after a few days' leave. Both enlisted last March in the Somerset Light In- fantry. Private Hemmings expects to be drafted out to France the latter end of this week. His friends wish him the best of luck. MILITARY. News has been re- ceived that Private John Mayo, 8 Rheola Street, has been severely wounded in action in Salonika. Private Mayo enlisted at the out- break of war, joining the Oxford and Bucks Light Infantry. He was sent to France. After going through some heavy fighting he was trans- ferred to Serbia and then to Salonika, where he was wounded. He now lies in the General Hospital at Salonika. 'Prior to enlistment he was employed at the Penrikyber Colliery. Private Mayo has a brother in the Army, who is now home on leave from France, namely, William Mayo. He enlisted in May, 1915, in the Cheshire Light Infantry. Was sent to France in May, 1916. He is on a ten days' leave. Prior to enlistment he was employed at the Penrikyber Colliery.
YNYSBOETH. JAY'S easy payment system is easy for you. TAHERNACLE.-The yearly meet- ings of the above church was held on Sunday last, when the pulpit was occupied by the Rev. R. D. Phillips, Cilfynydd, and the Rev. H. Jeffreys, Abercynon. FUNERAL. — The interipent of Mrs. Laura Pritchard, wife; of Mr. Evan Pritchard, 97 Abercyncfli Road, took place on Wednesday, June 6th, at Abercynon Cemetery. The Rev. B. Howells, Calfaria (W.B.), officiated. The chief mourners were: Husband; Mr. J. H. Pritchard, Mr. Thomas Pritchard and Mr. Wil- liam O. Pritchard, sons; Mrs. Laura Ann Pritchard, daughter; Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Roberts, sister; Mrs. Ellen Parry, sister; Mrs. Elizabeth Ann Blea and Mrs. Mary Williams, Treliarris, cousins. Deceased was in her 51st year, and had been ill for eleven months.
GLYN NEATH. JAY'S easy payment system is easy for you. COMPETITION.—Last week there was a very interesting "Do as you please" competition at the Public Hall. A large number of competitors took part, and on Friday night the L final took place. 1st prize, 27, won by Miss Maggie Jones, Edward Street; 2nd prize, 10s., divided between Mr. Fred Sandry and Miss Jennie Rees, Edward Street; 3rd prize. 5s., Mr. Ralph Roberts. SACRED CONCERT. On Sunday evening a sacred concert was held at Bethania (English Methodist) in honour of Stoker Edwin Crawley, who is leaving. The chair was taken by Mr. Tom Williams, Council School. Solos, etc., were given by Miss Joanna Jones. Mr. Thomas J. Cole, Masters Willie aiiir David Coombes. Mr. Edward Evans, Mi". Fred Sandry, Mr. David R ees. Miss M. A. Hopkins, Mr. Gomer Wil- linms. Recitation by Miss Florrie Jones. The Bethania Orchestra gave an overture. Mr. \V. R. Thorburn and M r. Parry Williams were the accompanists. Stoker Crawley was presented with a cheque on behalf of thff church. Mr. William Farmer was the secretarv of the concert. SMOKING CONCERT. — On Sat- urday evening a smoking concert was given to three service men who re- cently came home on short leave from the front—Driver John W il- lianis. Seaman Edgar Davies, and Private Tom Thomas. The chair _\1";1-; taken bv Dr. Tom McClure. j assisted by Mr. Harry Davies. Ad- dresses' were given by Mr. David Arthur and Mr. Tom Griffiths. Dur- ing the interval Dr. T. MeClure pre- sented both men with a cheque each; also Mr. David Arthur presented them with money from the other fund. Mr. Ralph Roberts was the accompanist. Mr. William Blewitt was the secretary. Mr. \V. D. Wal- ters, discharged soldier, was also pre- sented. WELCOM E ITOME ('ONERT' On Tuesday evening last, at Capel y Glyn, a welcome home concert was given to Sapper Arthur Davies, son of the late Rev. and Mrs. D. Glyn Davies. Chairman, Mr. Samuel Thomas. Opening song by Mr. David Price, M.E.M.I., Cwmgwrach. Songs, Messrs. Ivor Joseph, T. John Cole, Robert Davies, Edward Evans, T. A. Cole, John Pickering, Fred Sandry, Madam Ellis, Misses Blodwen Stephens, Rosina Jones, Gwenny Thomas, Jesse Crawley, Bessie Davies. Recitations, Miss Lewis, Cwmgwrach; Messrs. Price and Lewis Thomas. The Rev. J. T. Evans and Mr. Rees Harries gave addresses, i Sapper Davies was presented with a cheque behalf of the church and friends. Mrs. J. T. Evans, Messrs. Ivor Joseph and Parry Williams were the accompanists. WELCOME HOME. On Friday evening last, at Bethania Chapel, a concert was held in honour of Private Tom. Thomas, son of Mrs. Harriet Thomas, Pentre Street. Private Thomas, who has been wounded twice, has been in hospital for several months. The chairman of the evening was Mr. William Rees. An overture was given by Bethania Orchestra. Solos, Miss Catherine Thomas and Olga Jeffreys. Recita- tion, Mr. Gwilym Morris. Solo, Mr. Gomer Williams. Recitation, Miss Jennie Lewis. Solos, Misses Olwen Davies, Miss Gwen Thomas. Recita- tion, Madam Cornelius. Solos, Messrs. W. John Thomas and Samuel Weaver. Duet, Messrs. W. John Thomas and Ted Evans. Mr. Wil- liam Brown, deacon, presented Private Thomas with a cheque on be- half of the church. Mr. Parry Wil- liams was the accompanist. OBITUARY.—It is with regret we record the death of Mrs. Sarah Mor- gan, widow of the late Mr. John Morgan, which occurred on Tuesday- last at the residence of her daughter at Morriston. The deceased, who was 73 years of age, was a faithful member of Bethel Chapel. The in- terment took place on Saturday at Bethel Churchyard, Glyn Neath, when the Revs. T. Carmen Harris and W. Reynolds, Pontycymmer, officiated. The chief mourners were: Mr. and Mrs. David Morgan, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Morgan and Mr. and Mrs. James Morgan, sons; Mr. Evan Rees, son-in-law; Mr. and Mrs. T'uokef, daughter; Mrs. Hannah Morgan, daughter-fci-law; Mrs. D. Jones, sister; Mr. John Edwards, nephew; Rev. and Mrs. Reynolds, niece; Mrs. Winifred Edwards, niece; Miss Sarah Rees, Mr. and Mrs. I Evan Rees, Mr. and Mrs. David Morris, Mrs. Esther Smith, Airs. David Rees, Mr. and Mrs. Urias Rees, Willie Morgan, Miss Arianwen Morgan and Master Merlyn Morgan, grandchildren. PERFORMANCE. On Thursday evening last, at the Public Hall, Addoldy Band of Hope children gave a splendid performance of the operetta', entitled "Snow White" (Root). The conductor was Councillor E. J. Hopkins, and the chairman Rev. A Davies, B.A., B.D. The chief characters were: Princess Snow White, Miss Cassie James. Queen, Miss Guy Arbutus; also Miss Mary Annie Jones. Daffodil, Miss Muriel Davies. Violet, Miss Gwladys Rees. Prince, Air. Tom H. Thomas. Carl. Air. Thomas Davies. Maids of Honour. Misses M. H. Hopkins and G. Thomas. Seven Dwarfs, Masters Elwyn Thomas, T. Lloyd, Jenkin Powell. William D. Williams, Willie Morris. Richard Jones and Richard Jenkins. The accompanists were Mrs. E. J. Hopkins, Miss Tucker and Mr. George Stephens. Air. John Howell Jones was the stage manager. The proceeds were given to the Glyn Neatli Disabled Sailors' and Soldiers' and Dependents' Central Relief Fund, of which the chairman is Afr. David Arthur; vice-chairman, Vicar of Aberpergwm; treasurer. Air. Tom Williams; secretaries, Messrs. Thomas Davies and John Howell.
RESOLVEN. LET JAY supply you on their easv payment system. r QUEST. Mr. L. M. Thomas held an inquest at Kesolvrn on Alon- day on Beatrice Horrell (5), daughter of Afr. James Horrell, miw'r, of Brynliaulwen. Glyn Neath Road. Re- solven, who was knocked down by a motor-car on Saturday. Evidence was given that the child was plajing with another gïrl opposite the Fanners Arms, on the main road, and hen running across she was Knocked down hy the splash board of car belonging to Dr. Flswortu, Swansea. A verdict of "Accidental death" was returned, the driver of the car being exonerated from blame.
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ABERDARE BANKRUPTCY COURT. On Friday, June 8th, before Mr. Rees Williams, Registrar, and Air. Ellis Uwen, Official Receiver. j CW AID ARE LICENSEE.— Charles Samuel, formerly of the Colliers' Arms, Cwmdare, who appeared for the third time, and who was repre- sented bv Air. William Kenshole, had to admit that it had been nothing but a delusion on his part to think that he was worth .£500 to L600 when he took possession of the premises in question. He had dis- covered, in the meantime, that his wife could not lay her hand, as he had thought, on the account, while lie further confessed that he was j obliged to borrow money in order to meet the ingoing valuation. He had been perfectly sincere in his de- lusion, which was removed by an examination of the bank pass-books. —The examination of the debtor was closed. DECREASED TRADE. — Lewis Williams, Railway Coffee Tavern, Aberdare', for whom -Nlr. John D. Thomas appeared, was examined. In order to enter the establishment in 1895 he sold two houses for £1.w, borrowed some money from a friend, and obtained a loan from a bank. H is deficiency was = £ 162 odd, and he j attributed his insolvency to bad trade and the war. The only partly- secured creditors were the hank. to whom he owed over £ 200, and who held as security the lease of the premises and a policy of insurance on the joint lives of himself and of his wife. He had returned the money which he had borrowed.— In reply to the Official Receiver, debtor' said that his wife's claim to some of the Jurniture was quite legitimate. She had bought it with money which had been left to her by her late parents.—Questioned as to when he knew that he could not pay his dpbts in full, AVilliams stated that his financial difficulties became apparent about 18 months ago. He continued, however, to trade in the hope that things might improve. He added greengrocery to his business, but it was a bad venture.—Debtor's exam- ination was closed.
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