Under Ysgolion Sabbothol y Methodistiaid Calfinakdd. Dosbarih Uchaf Rhondda Avholiad, Mawrth 4ydd, 1909. *rholwr Y Parch. Evan Morgan, B.A., Hopkinstown. a DOSPARTH HYNAF. Matthew 16-25. Marciau llawn, 80. 1 Anneurin Timothy, Jerusalem 78 2 "Mike," Bethlehem 76 3 Richard Evans, Gosen 75 4 M. J. Rees, Jerusalem 72 5 Evan Williams, Gosen 6 Euronwy Ree,s, Bethel -7 "Aiuml,ai-od," Bethlehem 8 John Hughes, Bethlehem 9 Idwal Bonner, Bethlehem 10 Evan Davies, Bethlehem 11 David Davies, Pare DOSBARTH DAN 21ain. Matthew 16-25. Marciau llawn, 80. 1 E. S. Phillips, Bethlehem 79 20 2 :Ffydd!lon,'P! Jerusalem 77 17 3 Ellen Evans, Dyffryn 76 17 4 Elizabeth Williams, Horeb 73 19 "Un Bychan," Jerusalem 73 19 5 "Ymgeisydd," Jerusalem 16 ■6 Anonymous, Horeb 16 J. H. Bassett, Gosen 20 7 M.R., Horeb 16 8 Gwennie Roberts, Dyffryn 16 DOSBARTH DAN 10 OED. I SAFON III. Macriau llawn, 100. 1 TVIary .Rees, Gosen 92 9 2 Katie, Horeb 90 9 3 Edith M. Peters, Gosen 89 9 4 W. T. Jones, Horeb 88 9 Mary J. Davies, Gosen 88 9 •5 Ethel Peters, Gosen 9 6 Albert Cyril Davies Horeb 10 7 Trevor Williams, Bethel 10 8 Maggie A. Jones Gosen. 9 9 Jennie Mary Herbert, Jerusalem 11 10 Emlyn Buckley, Pare 9 Elizabeth Jones, Jerusalem 10 T.1 Daniel Howells, Horeb 10 Margaret A. Davies Dyffryn 10 12 Lilly May, Horeb 9 13 David R. Evans, Jerusalem 10 14 Willie Roberts, Horeb 9 15 Evan Jenkin Eiiocli, Gosen 9 16 Evelyn Williams, Horeb 10 17 Gwladys Jones, Horeb 9 Thomas Evans, Jerusalem 9 18 Sarah Jane Lewis, Nazareth 9 19 Mary Ellen Edwards, Dyffryn 10 Thomas Evans, Bethesda 10 20 Gwladys Davies, Dyffryn 10 21 Maggie A. Williams. Nazareth 9 22 William Henry Herbert, JeruealemlO 23 Gwilym Francis, Dyffryn 9 2-1 Hannah Jones, Bethesda 10 Beatrice Evans, Pare 9 25 May Parry, Horeb 10 Cassie Evans, Dyffryn 10 26 T. E. Wright, Bethlehem 9 :27 Dan Thomits Bethlehem 10 28 James John Wallace. Bethesda 10 -29 David Clifford George, Bethlehem 8 30 Gwladys Williams, Nazareth 8 31 Marion Lewis, Gosen 9 Mary Williams, Jerusalem 10 "32 Gtfilym Gibby, Bethesda 10 33 Gwladys Jones, Dyffryn 9 Ivor LI. Evans, Bethlehem 10 34 Gwen Hughes, Pare 9 35 D. T. Jones, Bethlehem 10 36 John Griffiths, Bethesda 9 KatyEvans, Bethlehem 10 31 Margaret Bennett, Dyffryn 9 Ebenezer Howells, Bethlehem. 8 38 Dorothy Allen, Ystrad 9 •39 W. L. Thomas, Bethlehem 10 40 Edith Rosser, Dyffryn 9 41 Annie Owen, Gosen 8 A Salathiel Lloyd, Jerusalem 11 42 Trevor Jones, Pare 9 Willie Jones, Bethlssda 9 43 Muriel Hughes, Nazareth 9 44 Bessie Morgan, Nazareth 9 45 David John Williams, Dyffryn 10 46 log 47 Maggie M. Williams, Dyffryn 10 48 Olwen Evans, Bethlehem 11 49 Sarah Rosser, Nazareth 9 .50 Annie Jones, Dyffryn 10 51 Fred Evans, Bethesda 10 52 Owen G. Owen, Bethlehem 14 53 Maggie James, Nazareth 7 Edith Evans, Nazareth 8 Mabel Lloyd, Bethel 10 54 l 55 Albert Lloyd, Pare 9 Dau wedi methu SAFON VII. Macriau llawn, 100. 1 Katie Jones, Bethlehem 86 13 2 Maggie May Davies, eto 72 13 "3 Mary Mona Davies, eto 47 13 SAFON VI. Marciau llawn, 100. 1 Mary Jones, Bethlehem 90 13 2 Maggie Jane Jones, eto 85 12 3 Lizzie M. Jenkins. eto 76 13 4 Maggie Evans, eto 73 12 0 Jane M. Williams, eto 13 '6 Katie J. Edwards, eto 12 7 Lydia M. Richards, eto 12 8 Idris M. Evans, eto 11 SAFON V. Marciau llawn, 100. 1 Mary Ellen Howells, Bethlehem 85 13 Agnes Vaughan. Jerusalem 57 13 'A Small one Trying,' Jerusalem 55 12 4Nellie Evans, Bethlehem 12 Sarah Ann Parry, Jerusalem 14 5 "Morganwg," Bethlehem 11 May Jones, Jerusalem 14 SAFON IV. (B) Marciau llawn. 100. 1 James Hubert Morgan, Gosen 97 13 S Sarah J. Hopkins, Gosen 95 12 J nne Mary Jones, Gosen 94 12 Gobaith, Gosen 93 14 Ô) Evan James Evans, Gosen 12 D. J. Williams, Bethlehem 11 7AVyitdham Lewis, Gosen 12 Gwen M. Morgan, Gosen 12 Gertie May Hughes, Gosen 12 ■ i John James Hughes, Gosen 14 W m. Dd. James. Gosen 15 8 ''Hannah," Gosen 15 Mary Jones, Gosen 14 David Lloyd, Gosen 15 E. II., Gosen 15 John Pugh, Gosen 14 John W. Peters, Gosen 15 9 Dd. Lewis Hughes, Gosen 14 88a. Gosen D. R. Davies, Betrlehem 10 Willie Evans, Gosen 15 10 Edward Buchanan Jerusalem 13 Bleddyn R. Davies, Bethlehem 11 11 Joshua Rosser, Bethlehem 11 12 John D. Howells, Bethlehem 12 Ivor Evans Jerusalem 14 13 W. J. Wright, Bethlehem 11 14 Idris Howells, Bethlehem 12 15 Beatrice Oomwell, Jerusalem 13 16 Blodwen Jones, Jerusalem 13 17 Gwladys Bebb, Jerusalem 13 18 Enid L. Jones, Jerusalem 10 19 Margaret Jane Orrells, Jerusalem 13 20 Janet Ellen Jones, Jerusalem 8 21 Olivia Lewis, Jerusalem 13 22 Wm. D. Williams, Jerusalem 13 SAFON IV (A). Marciau llawn, 100. 1 Wm. M. Evans. Gosen 93 11 Mary H. Potter, Bethlehem 93 9 2 David Wm. Evans, Gosen 90 11 3 Margaret Gwen WTilliams, Jeru- salem 88 11 4 John Evans, Gosen 87 13 5 A. E. Enoch, Gosen 11 6 Jane Mary Jones, Bethlehem 13 John Thomas, Bethlehem 11 7 John Daniel James, Bethlehem 11 8 Gwenfron Evans, Jerusalem 11 David Tlios. Jones. Jerusalem 11 9 Trevor Lewis, Gosen 11 10 John Raymond Bowen, Jerusalem 12 Maud Davies, Bethlehem 10 11 Tudwal Jones, Jerusalem 1.2 Bronwen Evans, Bethlehem J2 12 Annie Jones, Jerusalem 11 Lizzie Evans, Bethlehem 10 13 Ann Jane Williams, Jerusalem 11 Dorothy Hughes, Bethlehem 10 D. J. Evans, Bethlehem 11 It Margretta, Morgan, Jerusalem 10 15 Maria Bebb, Jerusalem 11 Sarah Morris, Jerusalem 11 3a. 16 Rosie Lewis, Jerusalem 11 17 Arthur Jones, Bethlehem 10 18 R. D. Davies, Bethlehem 11 19 17a. 20 Mary Hannah Williams, Bethlehem 11 SAFON II. 1 Daniel Peters. Treorchy. 2 William Hopkins, Treorchy 3 Gwladys Williams, Jerusalem 4 Bessie Morgan, Jerusalem 5 Maggie Rees, Jerusalem 6 Rose Evans, Jerusalem Wm. Richard Griffiths, Jerusalem 7 Lizzie Gwen Evans Wm. John Jones Lizzie May Davies Letitia Hughes Jane Annie Evans Jenkin Eiddwen Davies 8 Maggie May Devonald, Jerusalem 9 Nellie Jones Fred Lewis Evans David Wright Eivans Katie Rees, Jerusalem Sarah Liza Jones, Jerusalem Agnes Jones, Jerusalem John Jones, Jerusalem Clifford Mantle, Jerusalem Isaac Lewis, Jerusalem SAFON I. 1 Evan Edgar Hughes, Jerusalem 2 Maggie Jones, Treorchy 3 David JameSi Mills, Treorchy 4 David Richard Edwards, Treorchy 5 Gwennevia Jones, Jerusalem David Brynmor Griffiths, Jerusalem Lizzie Mary Davies, Treorchy James Haydn Williams, Treorchy Nellie Smith, Treorchy Sarah Ceridwen Jones, Treorchy Nellie Thomas, Treorchy 6 Harold Morgan, Treocrhy Annie Davies, Treorchy 7 Katie Pugh, Treorchy 8 Maggie May Evans, Treorchy Rachel Jenkins, Treorchy Mary Gwen, Isaac, Treorchy David Phillips, Treorchy Thomas Williams, Treorchy David Emrys Evans, Treorchy 9 Evan Thomas, Treorchy 10 Tommy Hughes, Treorchy 11 Graham Rosser, Treorchy David John Pearce, Treorchy Jane Annie Wright, Treorchy Leah Jane Lewis, Treorchy Lizzie Jane Jones Treorchy Evan Thomas James, Treorchy Ivor Parry, Jerusalem Willie Williams, Jerusalem Edward Wm. Bebb, Jerusalem David John Davies, Treorchy Thomasi Williams, Treorchy 12 Dan Evans, Treorchy Clifford Jones, Jerusalem William Thos. Davies, Treorchy DOSBARTH RHAGBARATOAWL. 1 Gracie Griffiths, Treorchy 2 Deborah Williams, Jerusalem 3 Annie Bertha Davies, Treorchy 4 Addy Williams, Jerusalem Arthur Devonald, Jerusalem Emlyn Pugh, Treorchy Dd. Emrys Evans, Treorchy Ceridwen Morgans, Jerusalem Lizzie May Pugh, Treorchy Ida Williams, Jerusalem Brinley Owen, Treorchy Willie Morris, Treorchy Benjamin Willie Evans, Jerusalem George B. Davies, Jerusalem Mary Jones, Jerusalem 5 Johnny Davies, Jerusalem Catherine Mary Jones, Treorchy Frances Williams, Treorchy Evan Morgan Jones. Treorchy Willie James, Treorchy 6 Willie Mantle, Ton Lewis John Meredith, Treorchy Tommy Enoch, Treorchy Tommy Rees, Treorchy 7 David Russell Jones, Treorchy Abraham Bebb, Treorchy Gethin Morgan, Treorchy HUGH WILLIAMS, Ysg., 117, Bute. Street, Treorchy.
Organ Recital at Carmel (E.B.), Trealaw. The fourth annual organ recital was held at the above chapel on Thursday evening last, when a very fine programme was submitted. Dr. Idris N. Morgan, Tonypandy. occupied the chair, prefacing the proceedings with a few well-chosen remarks. Owing to the inauspicious weather, many patrons were prevented from attending, nevertheless an excellent and responsive audience put in an appear- ance. The artistes were as folloii- -Oi-giiiist, Master Seymour Perrott (Neath) soprano, Miss- Alicia Cove, L.R.A.M. (Treorchy) contralto, Miss Mary Richaf-ds (Rhymney) bass, Mr. Willy Richards (Tonypandy) violinist, Ap Tydfil (Ystrad). Master Seymour Perrott, who has just reached the age of 18 years, handled the organ with wonderful dexterity, and his technique would become a far more ex- perienced artiste. This youthful organist rendered Wagner's Fantasia on Lohengrin in a masterly fashion, Master SEYMOUR PERROTT. The Wonderful Boy Organist. whilst another fine effort was given in "Talhs Canon (Fletcher). His. other items were: -March, Aux Armesi "j (Ferraris), (a) "Andante Cantabile" (Brookfield) and (b) Fantasia (Stainer), Clark's Chorus of Angels." and Mendel- ssohn's "War March." Miss Alicia Cove, L.R.A.M., sang Lead, Kindly Light (Parnard), (a) "Sunshine and Butterflies" (Bunning) and (b) Sincerity (Clark). Her beautiful voice was heard to advantage, being obliged to respond. Miss Mary rich contralto voice was greatly enjoyed, being recalled. Her songs were Liddle's Abide with Me and Sullivan's "Will He Come? Mr. Willy Richards, our prominent local basso, delighted the audience with his renderings of Pinsuti's Bedouin Love Songl," "My Lute" (Liddle), and recit. and air, Hear Me, ye winds and waves" (Handel); and Ap Tydfil captivated his hearers by his playing of Papinis' Fea. Fillet" and Vieuixtemp's Reverie," coming, in for a hearty recall. A hearty vote of thanks to the chair- man and artistes brought the recital to a close. The proceeds will be devoted towards the organ fund.
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Wesleyan Methodism in the Rhondda. Another Chapel Erected. The, Rhondda English Wesleyans, on Thursday last, opened their eleventh place of worship in the circuit, the latest sanctuary being situated at Biithweunydd Road, Trealaw. The opening ceremony was performed by Mrs. A. C. Rose, the wife of the respected minister stationed at Tonypandy, who was handed the key by the Rev. F. R. Newall, superintendent minister, and the building was formally declared open. The chairman of the Cardiff and Swansea District, in the person of the Rev. F. Hardy Banks, B.A. Cardiff, conducted the first religious ser- vice therein, and his powerful utterances were much appreciated by the large and representative gathering. Tea was pro- vided and ample justice was done to the dainty edibles served. A public meeting followed, presided over by Mr. G. Phelps, of Treherbert, whilst the principal speaker was the Rev. F. Hardy Banks, who again delighted with a searching address. Other speakers were the Rev. F. R. Newall Messrs Woodward and Hale, of Pentre; Mr. Buckley, Tonypandy, and Messrs. Buckingham and H. Rowling, of Williams- town. It is worthy of note that the Wes- leyan friends are greatly indebted to Mr Rowling (who was the contractor of the new church) inasmuch as his generous donation, together with a handsome con- ditional offer, will amount to £25°: and that gentleman was the worthy recipient of a hearty vote of thanks from the en- enthusiastic assembly. The ground land- lord (Mr. Rhys Williams, Miskin Manor) has also filled the role of the good Samari- tjan, having igranted the friends addi- tional ground which will suffice to en- large the sacred building to more than double its present holding capacity, at the nominal sum of 5s. per annum. This announcement was received with acclama- tion, and thanks were duly forwarded the generous donor. Mr John Hughes, the local stalwart of the cause, proposed thanks to the ladies presiding at the tea tables, and all who had helped to make the occasion a success. liie singing of the Doxology concluded a red-Iett l day in the anna's of Wesleyan ism ja the Rhondda. Due credit must be a^oordeci the pioneers of the work in this locality, for the first Gospel message was delivered in the open-air by a faithful band, com- prising Messrs. Hale, Tipple, T. Jones, J. John, and J. Newman, of Pentre, assisted by Messrs. S. Kingdom and Sage, of Ystrad. Rhondda.
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Sherwood, Llwynypia. The funeral of Mrs. Tovey (69), took place on Thursday last, the remains being interred at Trealaw Cemetery, the Rev. J. Whittock, Primitive Methodist Minis- ter, officiating at the house and graveside. The mourners were as follow s: First coach, Mr George Tovey (husband); Mrs Arthur Summers (daughte}r),| Mns Tom Eaves (daughter), Sherwood; Sidney Liddington (son), Sherwood; Mrs Thomae Howells (daughter), Sherwood) William Liddington (son), Sherwood. Second coach: Arthur Eaves (grandson), Sher- wood Tommy Eaves (grandson), Sher- wood; Josy Eaves (grandson), Sherwood;' Sidney Eaves (grandson), Sherwood "Mrs Charles Parker (granddaughter). Sher- wood Nellie Eaves (grand daughter) Sherwood. Third coach: Thomas Eaves (son-in-law), Sherwood; Mrs Sidney Liddington (daughter-in-law), Sherwpod r Mrs. William Liddington (daughter-iii- law), Sherwood; Mrs John Owen, Wil- liamstown diaries Parker. Fourth coach Edward Tovey (stepson), Castleford y1 Frank Tovey (stepson), Frampton; George Tovey, Frampton Mrs. Albert Chamber- lain (step daughter), Frampton; Mrs. George Tovey, Abercynon; Joseph Mose- ley. Yfetrad. Fifth coach: Mr and Mrs Mark Lewis (brother and sister-in-law), Tonypandy; Mrs. William Waldron (sister), Tonypandy Mrs. Thomas Fraser, Tonypandy Mr. Ben Lewis, Sherwood. The funeral arrangements were carried out by Messrs Taylor and Co., under- takers. etc., Sherwood, Llwynypia.
Llangadock Horse Races. -+-- EASTER MONDAY, APRIL 12TH, 1909. IN PRIZE MOSTEY, including A silver 1W*# Cup, (riven. Chief Events—Gallopinjr Flat (open) of 32 Sove Trotting (open) of 20 So vs., and Trotting in Harness, of 13 Sovs.-Send for full list to the Hon. See., Mr J, G. HARRIES, Penybsnt Stud, Llan- gadock, Carmarthenshire, South Wales. 4770 Expected to Die. RHEUMATISM ON-BRAIN & NEURALGIA CURED :jj|| VV r TWO BOTTLES OF MEDICINE. ,Asthma tical Subject goes Black in Face. l&MIK \1: SUFFERED AWFUL PAINS IN THE CHEST. Not Worked fair 10 Months •' NOW CURED AND RESUMED WORK. —"— ——————————————— Mr. J. J. REINECKE. TESTIMONIALS. Hendregwilym, Penygraig, 3, George's Row, March 24th, 1909. n- Mr. J. J. REINECKE, THE HERB KING. I uinas, Dear Sir,—I send you this Testimonial because I think it my Maich 24th, 1909. duty to give credit where credit is due. I have suffered for years Mr. J. J. REINECKE, THE HERB KING. in my head a numb, gnawing pain, which gradually began under- Dear Sir,—Almost all my life I have been troubled with my mining my health. For twelve months the pain has never chest being asthmatical. At times I could scarcely get my stopped. My brain became affected, and I did not know my own breath, and I used to get at vaiious intervals severe bouts which children or anyone else. So bad did my state become that it would get worse every time. I suffered awful pains in the chest, became almost certain that I was dying. I could not even raise going black in the face, and many times I thought I was going my head from the pillow, and several doctors attended me but to draw my last breath. I have tried many doctors and many without receiving any benefit. I got so bad that having been quack remedies, but not one little bit of good have I obtained recommended to you I said 1 would try you. I mnst thank my from either. During the last twelve months I have only worked lucky stars I did so. The very first dose of your medicine made tw0 months. About two months ago I fame to see you, and I a marvellous difference. Having suffered so much I could can honestly state that I felt a wonderful lot of difference from scarcely believe it, but as I continued taking your medicine, the first dose of your herbal medicine. I persevered with it, and only two bottles in all, I got quickly well again, and in about a can run and jump without feeling it any exertion, this after fortnight the Neuralgia and Rheumatic pains in my head totally my taking two bottles of your medicine. I have since resumed left me. Everyone who knows me consider my cure simply my work and feel hale and hearty. 11 I take this opportunity to marvellous, as they all expeeted I should die. However, thank thank you, and wishing you every success. God, I came under your treatment which has done me the world of good, and made my life worth living. I remain, yours faithfully, Yours gratefully,—Mrs. SARAH MARTIN. JAMES REES. John J. Reinecke, Botanic Specialist, Pandy Square, Tonypandy. 1 Caution to all Sufferers. Almost every day I have sufferers come to me for treatment who bitterly complain of being taken in by market quacks. They have bfen fleeced of a good sum of money ranging from f5 to 910 (and even more) and derived not the slightest benefit. I caution all sufferers to beware of these quacks and their curatives which are chiefly soap pills and coloured sweetened or bittered water. Man always apes his superiors, and these people are no exception. Some of the women dress up in nurses' fashion, and some of the men don top hats and frock coats imitating the medical profession. Ask yourselves, "If a man or woman could really cure you, would they stand in public markets, squares, etc shouting themselves hoarse trying to foist worthless concoctions on the British public ?" I, myself, stand entirely on my own merit, and I am always to be found at my place in Pandy Square. I don't charge fabulous sums, but my price is from I'll- per bottle, according to the nature and state of the case, and a sing e trial of ene bottle of my medicine will give you sufficient proof of the virtue of my Herbal mixtures, which are made from the finest medicinal herbs, roots and barks in their green state-herb jaices- and not made of dry, withered, old herbs, roots and barks, which are useless. Remember I don't come to see you on Pay Saturdays only, like some of the market quacks, but I am in Tonypandy all the year through. Yours faithfully,-J. J. REINRCKR.