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Tylorstown. Two grand organ recitals were given at Libanus C.M. Chapel on Wednesday and Thursday last. Dr. T. H. Morris, C.C., and Mr. D. Hannah, M.E,. Ferndale, presided. Mr. E. T. Davies. F.R.C.O., Merthyr, presided at the organ, and Madame Amy Evans (the ever popular soprano) and Mr. Tom Thomas. London, were the vocalists. The organ was opened by Mrs. A. Jones, Post Office, after which Mr. E. T. Davies gave an overture in E minor (by Morandi). Thej overture was brimful of interest from beginning to end, the Pin Allegro which concluded the overture being particularly brilliant and captivating. Sound an Alarm" was well rendered by Mr. Tom Thomas. Pilgrim's Song of Hope (Baptiste) on the organ, was well re- ceived. Hear ve, Israel" was beauti- fully sung by Madame Amy Evans. "Barcrolle" (Sterndale Bennett) and "Fan- fare" (Lemmens) attracted every ear, the whole work being full of variety, espec- ially "Fanfare," which was magnificent, and brought forth loud applause. A duett followed, "My song shall be always of Thy mercy," which was effectively ren- dered by Madame Evans and Mr Tom Thomas. "Dreams" (Tosti) was sung by Mr. Thomas. A grand fantasia in E minor, The Storm" was played in splen- did style by Mr. and Madame Amy Evans sang "How lovely are Thy dwellings (Liddle) with grand effect. Variations on Calon Lan/' by MT. E. T. Davies, was loudlv encored. "Thora" was excellently given by Mr. Thomas, also "Nearer my God, to Thee" by Madame Amy Evans. Military March (Gounod) by Mr D'avies, concluded Wednesday evening's concert. The programme for Thursday evening consisted of an over- ture, "Poet and Peasant" (Suppe), Mr E. T. Davies; recit. and air, "If with all your Hearts" (Mendelssohn), Mr. T. Thomas; "Chorus of Angels" (Scotson Clark), Mr. E. T. Davies; "I will extol Thee" (Costa,), Madame Evans; "Phan- tary on Welsh Airs," Mr. E. T. Davies Weary of Earth (Monteith), Madame Amy Evans; Andantino in D Flat (Lemare), an dgrand Fugue in D Major (Bach), Mr. E. T. Davies; duett. Miserere scene from "ll Travatore" (Verde), Madame Evans and Mr. Thomas; grand march and chorus from "Tannhauser (Wagner), Mr. E. T. Davies; "Save me, 0 God" (Randegger), Madam Amy Evans; "Mountain Lovers" (Squire), Mr. T. Thomas; Toccato in G (Dubois), Mr. E. T. Davies. The concerts proved an un- qualified success, thanks to the energetic services of the Secretary, Guardian D. Fenwick. » Our hoarty) congratulations to Mr. Arthur Ivor Griffiths on his appointment to the position of relieving officer to the Pontypridd Guardians. At present Mr. Griffiths is the cashier of Dunkerton Col- lieries, near Bath. He. is the youngest son of Mr. and Mrs. David Griffiths, and I was appointed out of a very large number of candidates. With deep regret we record the death of Mrs. Davies. the beloved wife of Mr. William Davies, Edmund-street, after a very brief illness..Deceased was the eldest daughter of Mr. and Mi's John Edwards, who have resided in the dis- trict for a considerable time. Deceased leaves a husband and seven children to mourn her loss. The funeral took place on Monday, the remains being interred at Maerdy Cemetery. The Rev. Jason James (B.) officiated. We extend our, sympathy to Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Morgan who buried their only child on Tuesday. The death took place on Saturday last of Miss Elizabeth H. Hopkins, the beloved daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Hop- kins, 74. Edmund Street. Deceased had only complained of an illness for nine days, and suddenly passed away on Satur- day evening. Much sympathy is felt for the family at Tylorstown, where they are very highly respected. The funeral took place on Wednesday, the remains being interred at Llethrddu Cemetery. The Rev. Rowland Hughes officiated. A little reminder to those marrying at. Easter. J. Barnes, Goldsmith, Mardy, is the talk of the town for luckiest Guinea Gold Wedding Rings. Style, quality and prices defy competition. Free present tos each purchaser. Finger size cards free. 4689 purchaser. Finger size cards free. 4689

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