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Portly-|1898-03-12|Glamorgan Free Press - Welsh Newspapers
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Portly- Mr David Jones. Ystrad, organist of St. Peter's Church, and organist to the Rhondda Glee Society, has been appointed, pro. tem., music teacher at the Rhondda County School. Delicious Pork Fiea (Ward's), as supplied to Her Majesty, at LEWIS BROS. 3770 Between Friday night and Saturday morning last a burglary was perpetrated at the shops of Mr J. Isaacs, pawnbroker, Hannah-street, Porth A great number of articles were stolen, consisting of clothing and jewelry amounting to about L180. The miscreants are unknown. Choicest English Baco*—LEWIS BROS., Tafi street. 3770 We are pleased to see that Mr Rhys Evans, conductor of the Porth and Cymmer Male Voice Party, is a-^ain about, after hav-in- been laid up for some time with an atiacn. of influenza. The illness of their leader placed the party in an awk- ward position on account of their intention to compete at coming eisbeddfodau, but now, un- doubtedly. they will again make a good mark in the eisteddfodio arena. Finest Hereford Geese and Turkeys at LRWIIt BROS. ?770 On Monday evening a very successful com- petitive meeting was held at Salem Chapel, Porth. The president was Mr J. H. Thomas, Porth ,and conductor Mr J. H. Morgan, Co- operative Stores. Porth. In the absence of Mr D. W. Thomas. Hopkinstown. the duties of musioal adjudicator were fulfilled by Mr Wil- liam James (Bos Morganwg). Porth, and the literary adjudicator was Mr David Williams, Pontypridd. The piano was presided at by Mrs It. Bevan, Porth. The following were the suc- cessful candidates in the various competitions: Choral competition. Ty fy Nhad," only one choir competed, viz., The Klondyke Minstrels," Porth, conducted by Mr Phillip Jones, to whom a silver medal was awarded; duet, "Larboard Watch," Messrs Dewi E. Davies, and Thomas Abraham, Cymmer; baritone solo. "Cwymp Llewellyn," Mr Dewi E. Davies. Cymmer; tenor solo. "Wyt ti'n oofio'r Hoer yn codi," Mr David Haman, Porth: soprano solo, "Dyffryn Llwyd," prize divided between Miss Mary Jane Davies, Tvlorstown, and Miss Martha Rogers, Cymmer; alto solo, "Hawdd yw oanu," Master J. Kemp, Ynvshir; Welsh essay, "Translation of the Bible into the Welsh "language," Mr David Da- vies, Ferndale; three Welsh verses unon "Bap- tism Mr Phillip Rees (Garnfryn), Tylorstown; Tecitation, "Arwerthiant y Caethwaa" (Selling of the Slave"). Miss Edith Davies, Cymmer; recitation, "Aberthiad Isaac," Miss Edith Da- vies, Cvmmer; reading, Mr Evan James, North road. Forth; best love-letter, Mr Rhys Evans, A.C.. Porth. During the evening, Mr Herbert Morgan ,of Porth, who is now a student at the Baptist College, Cardiff, was presented by Mr Ebenezer Rees, on behalf of the church ,with a purse of gold, which oontained the sum of JS23 15s 6d. Mr Thomas Llewelyn, on behalf of the Sunday School Class, also presented him with Dr Bruoe's "Training of the Twelve." and Dr Gordon's "Holy Spirit," and a fountain pen. Christmas Fruit in (treat variety—LEWIS B nos., Taff street. 3770

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