PENYWAIN. YOU will be pleased after calling at JAY'S. c CYMANFA GANU. — On Sunday evening, at Cana (Cong.) Church, the first annual singing festival was held, under the conductorslup of Mr. W. Thomas, A.C., Trecynon. The Ebenezer and Horeb Orchestras, led by Mr. W. E. Thomas, assisted the singers. Mr.- W. Lewis (Eryr Llwyd), Llwydcoed, sang sacred solos. r. David Hopkins presided, ana Mr. John Richards opened the meet- ing in prayer.
CWMDARE. YOU will be pleased after calling at JAY'S. A PRETTY WEDDING was solemnised on Tuesday week at Cal- faria Baptist Chapel by the Rev. Aerwyn Jones, Cwmdare. The con- tracting parties were Miss Maggie J. Evans. third daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Silas Evans, 35 King Street, Cwmdare, and Mr. James J. Palmer, eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. James Palmer, of Holford Terrace, Cwm- dare. The bride was attired in a grey silk eoline dress with picture hat. and was accompanied by Miss Edith Evans and Misses Etta and Winnie Palmer. She was given away by her father. The best man was Mr. T. Spencer Palmer. There were also present: Messrs. James Palmer, William Williams, and Gwilym H. Evans. The breakfast was partaken at the bride's home.
ABERDARE. ALL trams and buses lead you to JAY'S. BETHANIA (C.M.). The preacher at this place of worship on Sunday last was the Rev. Pumpsaint Jones, Treharris. ST. ELVAN'S. On Sunday morning there was a choral cele- bration of the Holy Communion sung to Martin Shaw in D. The Rev. D. J. Wills was celebrant, and the Vicar was the preacher. At the evening service the sermon was preached by the Rev. A. F. Evans, J1.A., Rector of Neath. GUILD FESTIVAL. On Sunday afterlloon the annual Guild Festival took place at St. Elvan's Church. The service was fully choral, and conducted by the Vicar. The special preacher was the Rev. A. F. Evans, I-II.A., Rector of Neath. At the end of the service there was a procession i of choirs, lay readers and clergy. The banners of each Guild were carried. The offertory was given to I St. Michael's College, Llandaff. PRESENTATION. — On Monday evening, at the Catholic Young Men's Society Rooms, a presentation was made to Private W. J. Brough, A.S.C., who has been out in France for two years. Mr. J. Lenehan pre- sided. Messrs. T. Heely and G. Henry made a few remarks. Miss O'Donoghue handed the young soldier a silver cigarette case on behalf of the C.Y.M.S." Private Brough briefly acknowledged. He returned to France on Tuesday. SUNDAY SCHOOLS. On Friday I evening, at the Memorial Hall, the Rev. J. A. Lewis, B.A., Vicar, pre- sided over a representative gathering of superintendents and teachers of all the Church Sunday Schools in the parish. The following resolution was proposed by Mr. J. Shannon, and i seconded by Mr. J. Lewis: "That the Church Sunday School Committee decide to forego their annual tea party this year in view of the present stress prevailing." The resolution was carried unanimously. OBITUARY. — On Saturday last the remains of the late Mrs. D. i Evans, 17 Wind Street, whose death was referred to in our last issue, were interred at the Aberdare Ceme- tery. The chief mourners on foot were: Mr. Evans, husband; Mr. Abraham Richards, father; Mr. Nicholas Richards, uncle. First Niebolis Richards, uncle. First
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ABERAMAN. DON'ok delay, but call at JAY. WAR NEWS, Private William Vater, son of Mr. and Mrs. Vater, Cardiff Road, is home on leave. He is in the S.W.B. His pal, Private Albert Morris, is now in France with the Lancashire Fusiliers. Both are well known in Aberaman.—Private J. Thorney, son of Mr. and Mrs. Thorney, Cardiff Road, is now stationed at Redcar. MILITARY WEDDING. — On Tuesday last week St. James' Church, Pontypool, was the scene of a pretty wedding, the contracting parties being Miss Elizabeth Davies, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Davies, Pontymoile, near Pontypool, and Private Harry Owen, A.S.C., son of Mr. and Mrs. W. Owen, con- fectioner, Lewis Street, Aberaman. The bride, who was given away by her brother, Mr. Tom Davies, wore a navy blue costume with hat to match. She was attended by her sister and cousin, Misses Ruth Davies and Maud Saville, who were similarly dressed. The best man was Cor- poral J. Glover, King's Somerset Light Infantry. There were also present at the wedding:—Parents of bridegroom; Miss Mabel Cook, Mrs. W. Jones, sister of bride; Mrs. Saville, aunt. The Rev. J. Gower, Vicar of St. James', performed the ceremony. Afterwards the party re- paired to the bride's parents' home, where the wedding breakfast was par- taken of. Several other relatives and friends were present in addition to the afore-mentioned. The young couple intend making their home at Aberaman. The bridegroom, who con- tracted a fever in France,, was home on sick leave from Llanwern Con- valescent Home. Private Owen was employed prior to joining the colours in January, 1915, as a baker at the Pontnewydd Co-operative Society, and has f:een 21 months' service in France. He returned on Tuesday to his depot in Bath. HEROES' FUND. Driver W. C. Morris, R.F.A., son of Mr. and Mrs. Morris, 278 Cardiff Road, came home on leave from France on Tuesday. He enlisted on the 3rd September, 1914. and has seen 23 months' service in France. He fought through the battle of the Somme and in the third battle of Ypres; also through the battles of Loos, Armentieres, and Bullecourt. He was presented by the Aberaman Heroes' Fund with a wristlet watch, the same being hand- ed over by Mrs. Vause.—On Monday evening the Rev. D. Smith, Bethany, presented Lieut. E. J. Phillips, Royal Engineers, 29 Pleasant View, Godreaman, with a wristlet watch. Lieut. Phillips has been on active service in France for some time.— The following have-also been present- ed recently under the auspices of the Heroes' Fund with wristlet watches:-Private W. H. Moss, K.S.L.I., 159 Cardiff Road; Driver F. Crooks, A.S.C.; Private J. Owens, A.S.C., 326 Cardiff Road; Bombardier D. J. Yard, R.F.A., 2 Brynmair Road; Driver Chas. Davies, A.S.C., 16 Jubilee Road; Private P. A. AVitliers, A.S.C., 1 Glamorgan Street; Gunner Tom Davies, R.F.A., 7 Chapel Street. All have been to the front and have seen heavy fighting. OBITUARY. The death oc- curred on Thursday morning of Mr. William Clement, 49 Cardiff Road. Deceased, who was 52 years of age, had been in failing health for some time. He was well known and re- spected in the district. The widow and two sons, one of whom, Private Tommy Clement, is in France, are the objects of deep sympathy. The interment took place on Monday at the Aberdare Cemetery, the cortege being a very large one. The Rev. T. Thomas, B.A., Ynyslwyd, performed the obsequies. The chief mourners were. First coach, Widow; Philip Clement, son; Mrs. M. Clement and Mrs. David Clement, Merthyr; Mrs. Rees, Ferndale, and Mrs. John Jones, Nelson, sisters-in-law; Miss Maggie Clement, Merthyr, niece; 2nd coach, Mrs. Rees and Miss Rees, Ferndale, nieces; Mrs. Tom Jones, Mrs. Wm. J Jones, and Mrs. Rees Jones, Ferndaie, sisters-in-law, and a cousin from Merthyr; 3rd coach, Mrs. Weaver, Merthyr, and Mrs. J. Griffiths, cousins; Mrs. Knight, Gadlys; Mrs. Orella, Mrs. J. Harries and Mrs. W. Behanna, friends. Following the hearse were: Messrs. David Clement and Thomas Clement, brothers; Johnny Clement, nephew, Merthyr John "Jones Nelson; Rees Jouc-- William Jones. Thomas Jones, and Edward Rees, Ferndale, brothers-in- law. Renrp'ipntaties of the Blaen- gwawr Level workmen acted as bearers. Beautiful wreaths were re- ceived from: (1) Dolly Dd.ies; (2) Mrs. Harries and Mrs. Orella; ,S) Esther and Cassie; (4) Mrs I iicii ew Greenhalgh; (6) Blaengwawr L-vel Workmen; (6) Blaengwawr Lodge Federation; (7) Sussie Lewis; (hi Mr. and Mrs. Chemery.
ABERCWMBOI. JAY'S furniture is worth placing in your best rooms. WELCOME HOME PRESENTA- TION. A presentation tea took place at Capcoch School last Friday in honour of Mr. E. W. Thomas (late Gunner R.G.A.), a member of the school "staff, who has been discharged from the Army. Mr. Thomas was severely wounded in the battle of the Somme last summer, but has now re- covered sufficiently to be able to re- sume his civilian duties. The tea was organised jointly by the staffs of the Mixed and Infants' Departments, and was presided over by Miss E. Jones and Miss M. E. Davies. The presentation, which consisted of a silver-mounted walking-stick, was made by Miss S. D. Ilavies. Mr. Geo. Jenkins, headmaster, presided over the function, and paid a high tribute to Mr. Thomas. Several members of the staff delivered congratulatory speeches, expressing their great pleasure at having Mr. Thomas amongst them again. Mr. Thomas feelingly responded.
ABERCYNON. JAY'S easy payment system is easy for you. PULPIT. On Sunday, at the Tabernacle Welsh C.M. Chapel, the Rev. Dr. D. M. Phillips, Tyiorstown, occupied the pulpit and delivered powerful sermons to very large con- gregations. There was quite a re- vival fervour at the evening meeting. IN THE BATTLE AREAS. — Driver Ralph Jones, elder son of Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Jones, Green- wood House, New Street, has written home from the firing line in France. Driver Jones belongs to the Royal -Field Artillery, which he joined on August 6th, 1914. He is in the best of health and spirits. In his letter he states that he was through the Somme Battle about this time last year, and through the Arras offensive of this year, but this year's fighting is worse than any yet experienced. The explosion on the occasion of blowing up Hill 60 on the morning of the attack on the Arras line was terrible. It shook the ground for miles around, and when all was over the infantry started the attack, and did well. A BENEFIT CONCERT was held at the Workmen's Hall on Wednes- day evening, June 20th, the proceeds being in aid of Mr. Moses Meredith, Greenfield, Abercynon, who has been unable to follow his employment, and is now at the Ely Hospital. Mr. E. H. Battram, Parknewydd, pre- sided, and opened the concert with an address. The programme was contri- buted to as follows:—Chorus by the Dyffryn Glee Society, Merthyr vale, conductor, Mr. J. R. Owen. Song, Madam Broad Owen, Merthyr Vale. Song, Miss Maggie Davies, Troedy- rhiw. Recitation. Mr. Isaac Evans. Songs, Mr. J. R. Owen and Mr. Roderick Roderick, Abercanaid. Duett, Madam Broad Owen and Mr. J. R. Owen. Chorus, "Comrades in Arms," the Party. Song, Madam Owen. Recitation, "A Ballad on the War." Mr. Isaac Evans (encored). Duet, "Soldiers," Messrs. J. R. Owen and Roderick Roderick. Duet, "The Music Lesson," Madam Broad Owen and Mr. J. R. Owen. Votes of thanks to the artistes was proposed by Mr. Battram, seconded by the Rev. Benjamin Howells, Calfana, and a vote of thanks to the chairman was proposed by Councillor Charles Maddox, seconded by Mr. Edward
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HIRWAIN. A. J. PADDOCK wishes to an- nounce that he has a branch shop in Cross Street with a fine selection of Baths, Lavatories, Gasfittings, and all Sanitary Goods, an'd where all otders for repairs, etc., may be sent. JAY'S furniture is worth placing in your best rooms. FOUR VISITORS. On Sunday last hundreds of persons were at- tracted to the Hirwain Pond by the advent of four beautiful swans. It appears they arrived early the same morning. It is many years since Hirwain was visited bv swans before. ee MILITARY. Private W. D. Wat- kins, Royal Welsh Fusiliers, High Street, Hirwain, departed for India on Tuesday last. He has only been with the colours five weeks.—Private Alexander (Sandy) Davies, of Harris Street, on his way to Mesopotamia, met Seaman Ivor Edmunds, Bute Place, at Bomoay on May 15th. Ed- munds was bound for China. ON FURLOUGH. Private Vin- cent George, of the Machine Gun Corps, brother of Lieut. Fred George, arid grandson of the late Mr. David Evans, J.P., arrived home from France on Thursday last. Vincent, a former student at the Higher Stand- ard School, has served in the Dar- danelles and in France. He was at the battle of Messines. Vincent was accorded a right royal welcome.— Private Ithel Jones, only son of the late Mr. Emrys Jones, schoolmaster, returned from France on Monday morning. Private Jones, who was a bank assistant prior to enlisting, was abroad when his father suddenly passed aw^iy. His many friends ex- tend their sympathy to him in his sad loss. A PRETTY WEDDING took place on Monday at St. Lleurwg's Church, the contracting parties being Miss Doris (Dolly) Webber, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Webber, Station Road, and Mr. Alfred Davies, of 11 Bond Street. Aberdare. The Rev. J. R. D. Williams, Vicar, officiated.. The bride, who was given away by her brother, Mr. Glyn Webber, wore a dreadnought grey costume with hat to match. The bridesmaids, Misses Lizzie Davies and Hopkins, Aberdare, and Jennie Vaughan, Hirwain, wore (awn and blue dresses, and large pic- ture hats. Mr. Jack Davies, brother of the bridegroom, acted as best man. After the reception at the bride's residence. Mr. and Mrs. Davies left for Mumbles for their honeymoon. WEDDING BELLS. St. Lleu- rwg's Church was the scene of an interesting military wedding on Wednesday, when Nurse Leah (Lille) Evans, the youngest daughter of Mr. -and Mrs. David Evans. The Bun- galow, Bute Place, Hirwain, was married to Lance-Corporal William Rees Kendrick, of Llanelly. The bridegroom served in the Dardanelles Campaign, and prior to enlisting was engaged as electrical engineer at the Cwmg»rse Collieries. This was the -first military wedding solemnised at the vfllafr\ and it attracted a large number < f people en route. The Rev. J. R. Devi Williams, Vicar, per- formed the ceremony. The bride, r who wns given away by her father, wore an indoor nursing uniform. She was attended by two brides- maids, Misses Kathleen Evans. Hir- wain, and Doris Griffiths, Gwaun- caegurwen, nieces of the bride ana bridegroom. They wore dresses of cussore silk, trimmed with blue and cream hats to match. Master Graham Phillips, Swansea, acted as page boy. Naval Officer Kendrick, Llanelly (brother of the bridegroom) under- took the duties of best man. After the ceremony a reception was held at the bride's residence. Among the tniests were: Mrs. Ann Daniels, Mr. John, Maesteg; Mrs. Wintle, Mrs. Bovnes, Mrs. Uriah Rees, Mrs. Brockway, Court Lodge; Mr. Johns, Maesteg; Mrs. Jones, Llanelly; Mr. and Mrs. Kendrick, Llanelly; Miss Marks, Cardiff Mr. and Mrs. J. Evans, Miss Audrey Evans, Gelii Tarw Cottages; Mr. Bevan, Cardiff; Mrs. Phillips, Mumbles; Master ..Graham Phillips, Misses Beatie and Kathleen Evans, Mrs. Griffiths, Gwauncaegurwen; Miss Doris Griffiths, Mr. and Mrs. David Evans, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Evans, Cardiff. Later in the day the happy couple left by motor for West Wales.
TRECYNON. JAY'S furniture is worth placing' in your best rooms. WHY suffer the torments of indi- gestion and liver troubles, when a single bottle of Emrys Evans' Digestive Juice will relieve you. PULPITS. On Sunday the pulpit of Carmel C.M. was occupied by the hev. W. Deri Morgan, Pontypridd — At Bryn Seion C M. the Rev. J. M. C. Rees, Whihchurch, was the preacher.—At Bethel (Cong.) the Rev. John Richards, Bethel, Arfon, a former pastor, officiated. RED CROSS HOSPITAL. On Saturday evening the staff and patients held an enjoyable social to mark the departure of the genial matron, Mrs. Tribe. During the evening the matron was presented wilh a silver flower vase. Although her stay was short, her charming personality won for her a xiost of friends. Mrs. Tribe. commences her new duties as matron of a transport hospital ship early in July. She was given a hearty send-off at the T.V.R. Station on Monday. ENGLISH WESLEYAN. Special services were held at this chapel on Sunday last in connection with the opening of ,the new organ. In the atasence of the advertised organist, Mr. W. H. Harmston, Cardiff, Mr. A. E. Harmston, Aberdare, presided at the organ. The following vocalists took part in the services:—Mrs. Edwards, Aberdare; Miss Brittain, L.L.C.M., Mr. Lewis Williams, and Mr. W. Gwvnne. The Rev. S. Harper, Aberdare, preached appropri- ate sermons. The secretary' of the organ fund is Mr. W. H. Kevill, and the treasurer Mr. J. B. Arnold. The collections were in aid of the organ fund. PRESENTATION. On Saturday the Loyal Order of Alfreds', Lodge David Rees, held a meeting at the Bridgend Inn in honour of Private Edgar Evans, R.F.A., who is home en leave from France. Mr. William Thomas, a veteran member, presided, and presented Private Evans, on be- half of the Lodge, with a handsome fountain pen with clip attached. Patriotic songs were rendered by Bros. W. J. Rowlands, Jacob Ed- wards, Morgan J. Davies, Ted Rees, and W. James Moses. Addresses were given by the Chairman, the Lodge Secretary, Bro. Jenkin Rees, the Past Unity President, Bro. Jacob Edwards; Bros. George Davies and John Jenkins. There was a good number present. Bros. Jacob Ed- wards and Morgan J. Davies gave overtures, and accompanied the songs.
Evans, and supported by Mr. Isaac j Evans, chairman of the party. The accompanist was Mr. E. Idloes Owen, I Merthyr Vale. The secretary was Mr. Edward Evans, and the com- mittee included: Messrs. William Evans, treasurer; Councillor C. Maddox, chairman; Richard L. f Gough, Frank Jaynes, Arthur Davies, David Jones, William Davies, Daniel Jone.s, Will Williams, AVil- liam Griffiths, Tom Thomas, James Griffiths, Harold Rees, Edward Rees, Evan Lloyd, and Tom Jones.
coach, Mrs. Evans and daughter; Mrs. Organ, Mrs. N. Richards, Mrs. Williams, Mrs. D. W. Richards; 2nd coach, Mrs. Aubrey, Mrs. Aubrey (Pontyberem), Hughes, Mrs. Manfield, Mrs. Richards, and Mrs. Hicks; 3rd coach, Mrs. Griffiths, Mrs. Jones, Mrs. James, Mrs. Evans, and Mrs. James- 4th coach, Miss B. Nicholas, Mrs. Jones, Mrs. Huish: and Mrs. M. Jones. Wreaths were sent by the following: —Husband and son;. Father and mother; Uncle and aunt; Cousins David and Jennie; Uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Aubrey, Ponty- berem; Mr. and Mrs. Williams and son; Mr. and Mrs. Jones, Gwawr | Cottage; Mr. and Mrs. Aneurin Davies; Idris and Mair; Harriet and Mrs. Best; Friends; the Neighbours; her Friend Maggie; a Friend and Jane Jones, Cwmaman. The Rev. D. Silyn Evans, Siloa, officiated. The undertaker was Mr. John Zachariah, Aberdare.