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Portly A fairly representative meeting of Hearts of Oak members assembled at Davies' Restaurant, Hannah Street, on Saturday evening, presided over by Mr Bond. Mr F. Judd, delegate, and Mr J. T. Evans, Pontypridd, attended and were accorded a hearty reception. Mr Judd dealt at considerable length on the recent changes in the society's rules and also the importance of the last delegate meeting, and being the only representative from the Rhondda Fawr present he recognised the importance of the respon- sibility and the honour conferred upon him by the confidence they renewed annually in him. Bro. J. T. Evans followed and appealed to the members to combine and follow the example set by other active centres and urged upon all present to rally round their old and tried candidate who had so faithfully carried out the pledges made. A vote of confidence was passed in Mr Judd on the motion of Mr Marsh, seconded by Mr Davies, and supported by othpr prominent members present, all pledging to further support his candidature. We deeply regret to record the death of Mr T. R. Evans, Porth, who died of that insidious disease, consumption, on Monday, after a painful illness of nearly seven months. Mr Evons was, previous to September last, engaged on the staff of the Glamorgan Free Press," by whom he was held in the highest esteem on account of his sterling worth and unassuming nature. Our sympathy is extended to his sorrowing parents, to whom it is a severe blow to lose their son when on the verge of manhood. The funeral took place yesterday and a report will appear next week.

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