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Poqtypridd. Shooting Club.—The winners of medals for the season just closed are:—Gold medal, Pri- vate D. J. Thcmas. 3rd V.B. Welsh, Aberdare, 92 points; medal, Cyclist Serjeant W. M. Lewis, Pontypridd, 87 points; bronze medal Corporal Perks, Pontypridd, 86 points. H. H. Gibbon, the new Watchmaker and Jeweller in the Arcade, Pontypridd. has had Birmingham and Cardiff experiences, and can do the right :;ocds at the rig*- prices. 4980 The Zesterlen Medical Scholarship has been won by Mr Leigh Richmond Roose, son of Rev Richmond Lewli Roose, Presbyterian minister, Holt, out of 117 competitiors. The scholarship is tenable for four years at a medical college in the United Kingdom, and is equivalent to f-200. Mr Roose's dissections and practical work were highly commended by the examiners, and in consideration of his success his athletic friends resident in the London hospitals last week presented him with a splendid case of medical appliances. Mr Roose is the youngest brother of the Rev J. Stephens Roose, B.A., Pontypridd. Forrest and Som' Photographers are meeting with renewed appreciation this season.—Cam- brian Studio, Pontypridd. 28/1 Special services were held throughout Sunday a.nd continued on Monday afternoon and even- ing at the Eglwysbach Memorial Chapel, in commemmoration of the second anniversary of the death of the late Eglwysbach. Powerful afaa impressive sermons were delivered on the taxious occasions by the Revs John Humphreys, Trefeglwys; and R. Roberts (Robertas), Tre- orky. The different services were effectively introduced by the Revs J. Humphreys, R. Roberts, W. T. Ellis, Abercynon; T. Manuel, Penygraig; aJlJÙ Mr Thomas Manuel, Llanid- loes. On Sunday evening, (1, sacred solo, ar- ranged by Mr T. D. Edwards, was well ren- dered by Mr W. T. Morgan, and on Monday evening Mr Morgan again favoured the con- gregation by singing a sacred solo entitled, '■"Eternal Love," composed by Mr T. D. Ed- wards, and slung for the first time in public that evening. The services on the whole were Well-attended. Professor T. D. Edwards ably (presided at the organ as usual. Next Sunday Vi* morning service will be conducted by Mr E. Carno Morgan, Ynysybwl, and the evening one by Mr M. Jones, Treorky. "You can see with half an eye" that Frank Thomas ("My Hatter,") sells the best 3/9 Hat It is with the deepest regret we announce the death of the beloved and faithful sister, Mrs Mary Jenkins, Llewelyn street, Hopkins- town, which occurred on Monday morning. After a long and painful illness, which she bore with Christian fortitude, The sad news «ast quite a gloom over the SouLh Wales Mis- .Rion friends, when it was announced to them at kcllday afternoon's service, the deceased being hiuch respected by one and all. The fluneral took place on Thursday afternoon at Llan. fabon an account of which will appear in the next issue of the "Free Press." Harris's celebrated creamery butter reduced Is. per lb.—T. Harris, 75, Taff street. 4704 large number assembled at the Debating Society of the Shop Assistants' Union on Tues- y evening at Cbombes' Restaurant, when Mr ti19 Rees presided. The debate was: "ShoulA OJembers of Christian Churches attend the t^Qatra." Mr Snow led in the affirmative, ^fcile Mr Ben Evans was the leader of the °^osltjon. An interesting debate followed, Wood adjourned when time waa called. £ the evening an entertaining dialogue u given by Messrs I. Williams (secretary) and '-to P. Roberto, Harris' celebrated creamery butter reduced to ls. per lb.-T. Harries, 75, Taff Street. 4704 NURSERY HAIR-WASH promotes the growth of the hair and keeps it free from nits, etc. 6d. per bottle, or post free, 9d.—Key, Hie People's Chemist, eontypridd. 4225

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