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Porth Chamber of Trade. Presentation to Former Secretary The monthly meeting of the above Chamber was held on Wednesday evening last at the Washmgtan Hotel, Porth. Mr. D. M. Jones presided over a very representative attendance. Discoursing upon the excellent financial condition of the Chambei-j the Chairman attributed the cause to the fact that they possessed in Mr. Williams such a capable organising secretary. Other gentlemen expressed their con- currence with the tribute. Re the question of the Rhondda Head Post Office at Portly and the suggested opening thereof on the occasion of H.R.H. Princess Louise's visit, the Secretary announced that the Postmaster-General had not been able to grant their request. Subsequently it was stated that the Porth Post Office had already been trans- formed into a Head Office, and that a postmaster had been appointed, who would take up his residence at Porth in the course of a few weeks. It was further stated that the present postmaster had been appointed to a good position elsewhere (applause). Apropos of the recent appeal to Mr. Andrew Carnegie for a Free Library, the. Secretary read a letter to the, effect that Mr. Carnegie did not send rules, &c., in advance, but that each application was treated unon its merits. If the people of Porth desired his assistance in getting a public library and building, they should have the Mayor and Council to apply to him, and stating that they were pre- pared to levy the necessary penny rate for its upkeep. Upon the motion of Mr. T. Davies, who expressed his opinion that the present time was not an opportune one to discuss the question, the matter was deferred to another date. Upon the motion of Mr. T. Davies, it was resolved to ask Mr. J. W. Hutchinson to solicit the support of Sir W. T. Lewis, Aberdare. to the appeal of the Chamber to the Talf Vale Railway to widen and drain the Llwyncelyn Bridge. The husineslsl part of the agenda having been disposed of, Mr. T. W. Young, the late secretary, was made the recipient of a beautifully illuminated address and a purse of gold, as a token of the Cham- ber's appreciation and gratitude for past services. Amongst those who testified, to Mr. Young's ability were Messrs. D. M. Jones, Wm. Evans, Williams, Bon (secretary)), J. T. Jones, and T. Davies. Responding, Mr. Young enres.sed his great appreciation of their kindness, and assured them he would always have a warm corner in his heart for Porth.
Local Wedding. DAVIES-YOUNG. A very pretty wedding took place at St. Andrew's Church, Llwynypia, on Wednesday, last, the 30th ult., when Mr. Harold Davies, of 322, Brithweunydd Road, Trealaw, formerly of Thomas Street, Clydach Vale, was united in the i bonds of matrimony to Miss Bessie Young, of Woodbine House, Trealaw, eldest daughter of the late Mr. CHiarles Young, Tonypandy. The bride, who looked charming in her pretty wedding costume, was attended by Miss Eliza Middleton, and her sister, Miss Anniei Young, who acted as bridesmaids. The bride was given away by her brother, Mr. Wm. Young. The Rev. E. W. Hughes, B.A., performed the ceremony, in the presence of a large number of interested spectators. The con- tracting parties are well known and highly respected in the locality," both being earnest churchworkers in connection with All Saints', TreaJaw. The hanny pair left after breakfast (at the home of the bride) for Porthcawl on their honeymoon.
Foreign Trade in Coal. A very instructive publication on the above has just been published by the Business Statistics Publishing Company, Cardiff. This publication, which was written by Prof. Stanley Jevons, of the Cardiff University, is the first of a series of publications to be issued by the Economics and Political Science Dprt- ment of the South Wales and Monmouth- shire University College, with a view to giving an opportunity for the publication of descriptive and theoretical accounts of the commerce and principal industries of South Wales, and of the economic and social conditions of the coalfields. It is hoped to publish two numbers every year. Prof. Jevons deals in an exhaustive manner with the growth of British exports of coal, and the exports of leading pro- ducing countries, together with thei chief markets for British coal. The next number will be The Transport Facilities in the Mining and Industrial Districts of South Wales and Monmouth- shire," by Clarence S. Howells, B.A. (University of Wales), Lecturer in Com- mercial Geography at the City of London College.
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Cricket. LLWYNYPIA v. BRITON FERRY. A record gate witnessed the above match, advertised as the match of the Season, at Llwynypia last Saturday. The visitors were very strongly represented, and the fact that they had defeated Plymouth Merthyr and other important teams made local supporters anticipate a good game. Nor were they disappointed, for, despite the unfavourable weather, Some very good batting was seen. John's display was very good; but the chief feature of the match was undoubtedly the bowling of Llwynypia's, latest recruit, Ken. Richards. He seems to be a valu- able acquisition to the team, as his six wickets for 41 runs will testify. It is to pe hoped that this form will be kept up m future matches. Great efforts were ttiade to get the home team out in an hour and a half, but thanks to Edmunds, James and Davies, a draw was the result. It ts interesting to note that Briton Ferry have never defeated Llwynypia. Scores BRITON FERRY. T J Thomas run out 31 J John run out 69 E Jones c and b Richards 1 Smith c Evans b Richards I W Davies c Davies b Richards 9 H Roberts c Curtis b Richards 3 J Dixon b Richards 6 P Martin c James b Richards 0 J Davey not out 5 Extra.s 10 Total (for 8 wkts) 135 E. J. and W. Harris did not oat. LLWYNYPIA. S Liddard b Davies 0 A Ouirtis st Smith b Davies 4 I Edmunds b John 34 D R James b John Gr Davies not out 15 I Evans o Thomas b Jones J. 3 D R; Rees c and b Davies 5 Extras 2 Total (for 6 wkts) 72 W. Gifford, W. H. Davies, B. Jones, and Ken. Richards did not bat. LEWIS MERTHYR v. CROSSWELL'S (CARDIFF). The above teams met in a. friendly en- counter at the Llwyncelyn enclosure on Saturday. Additional interest was< lent to the occasion, Mr. W. D1. Rees (veterinary surgeon), of Ferndale, having intimated lls intention of giving the player who Scored 60 a, fine- bat. Needless to say, several members played an extremely ^autiou.s game, and did well, as the scopes demonstrate; but the coveted prize was ^O'1) amid enthusiastic cheers, by Mr. Hopkins, who hit up a fine 61. goodwill, of Croisswell's, came next with 29. Benson, Roberts Evans and Hawkins also did well with the bat; while Bennett's fowling proved fatal to six, and L. Wight taking three wickets. Scores:- CROSSWELL'S. D Shaw c Wilkins b Roberts 6 J Knight c Evans bi Bennett 0 W Bradbury b Bennett 1 A Goodwin b Wight 29 J Pratt b Bennett 3 W Johnson c Evans b Wight 9 A D Jones b Bennett I J Plummer not out 0 P J Evans b Bennett. 0 A Owens b Wight 0 J Thomas b Bennett 1 Extras 4 Total 54 LEWIS MERTHYR. G Jones Ibw b Shaw 5 M Evans b Shaw 18 Bennett o Thomas b Jones 15 Y M Roberts b Plummer 17 A F Hawkins c Johnson b Plummer 17 F Charles c Thomas b Shaw 5 G Benson c Pratt b Jones 20 L Wight b Plummer 8 It Hopkins not out 61 •H Wilkins b Goodwin 4 "J Jenkins not out 14 Extras 14 Total 198 DR. R. D. CHALKE'S TEAM v. PORTH Y.M.C.A., The above match was played at Tre- atod on Saturday. Fairly good cricket • ss displayed by both sides. The top Scorer for the Pupil Teachers was E. ''ones with 14 to his credit. A. J. Wil- liams came second for the Y.M.O.A. with 9. The bowling honours were captured by D. J. Williams, of the former team, taking five wickets for 11. J. Morgans and G. Powell also bowled well, taking -abc and four wickets respectively. Scores DR. CHALKE'S TEAM. G Walters run out 6 J Morgan b Powell 2 T Jones b Powell 0 T A Hariy b Williams 0 E Jones not out 14 A, B Lewis b Williams 0 M Davies bi Powell 2 •j- Lewis b Williams 5 B Williams b Williams 0 J Evans 0 Brier b Powell 1 Q Evans b Williams 0 Eixtras 5 Total 35 PORTH Y.M.O.A. H Jones run out 8 G Powell b Jones 4 A; J Williams b Morgan 5 A Evans b Morgan 4 J b Morgan 9 Jones b T Jones 0 V H Brier b Morgan 7 Jones b Morgan 0 j James c Walters b Jones 1 MorSa*i not out 7 m Thomas b Morgan 1 Extras 13 Total 59
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LEWIS MERTHYR 2nds v. SENG- HENYDD C.C. A very pretty game of cricket was wit- nessed between the above teams on Satur- day, when the Lewis Merthyr boys inflicted a severe defeat upon their opponents. Young Phil Hutchinson, by a very credit- able display of batting, secured 38. He also shared in the bowling honours. H. Parsons, of Senghenydd, did well with the ball, taking in all seven wickets. Scores: LEWIS MERTHYR 2nds. R Burns b Jones 1 T Northcote c Davies b Parsons 12 M Lowe b Davies 7 P Hutchinson st Davies b Parsons 38 H L James b Parsons. 11 N Hutchinson b Parsons 0 T Jones c Yorknell b Parsons 0 P Thomas b Parsons. 5 W Davies b Davioo 8 D Williams c and b Papons 0 M Jones not out 0 Extras 5 Total 87 SENGHENYDD C.C. F Lewis b Davies 1 A Shaw b Hutchinson 0 Chidzoy c Davies b Hutchinson 1 J Davies b Davies 3 S Warman b Hutchinson 4 R Waters c and b Northcote 13 D Davies ci and b Lowe 2 T Jones c Burns b Northcote 1 H Yorknell c Davies b Northcote 7 Cl Jenkins b Lowe 0 H Parsons not out 0 Eixtras 2 Total 34 PORTH COUNTY SCHOOL v. LEWIS MERTHYR 2nds. Played at Porth on Monday. Scores: COUNTY SCHOOL. J Thomas o Howard b Lowe 7 J Thomas c Burns b Lowe 29 T Thomas not out 44 G Morris b Lowe 0 W Davies b Lowe 5 R Jones b Lowe 0 A Lewis c Hutchinson b Lowe 0 D Davies b James 0 F Star combe c Howard b James. 8 D Jones c James b Lowe 0 P Lewis b Lowe 0 Extr,-w 5 Total. 98 LEWIS MERTHYR 2nds. T Northcote run out 7 R Burns run out 3 M Lowe c and b J Thomas 1 P Hutchinson b J Thomas 3 H James b J Thomas 10 W Davies IbNi- b J Thomas 24 A Morris c and b T Thomas 8 M Evans b J Thomas 0 D Williams not out 4 A Vaughan b J Thomas 0 J Howard b J Thomas 0 Extras 4 Total 64 PUPIL TEACHERS 2nds v. PORTH Y.M.C.A. 2nds, Played at Porth. Scores: PUPIL TEACHERS 2nds. J W George c Owen b Roberts 0 W Thomas b Roberts 4 J Evans c Owen b Evans. 4 J Williams c Roberts b Owen" 15 J Williams c Evans b Tipney 5 A Jones c Evans b Tipney 0 S Rowlands b Owen 2 T R Owen not out 12 A Hanney run out 0 W Lewis b Owen 3 W Pearce e Carpenter b Owen 0 Extras II Total 56 Y.M.C.A. 211dvs,. A Targett c Rowlands b Evans 2 W Leyshon b Pearce 14 D J Owen st Hanney b Evans 0 H Tipney b Williams 0 0 Stapord b Evans 6 M Roberts 0 Williams b Evans 0 W Williams c Owen b Pearce 1 L Jones b Williams 0 E Whitall b Williams 2 C J. Carpenter b Williams 2 N Evans not out 3 Extras 6 Total 36 —^ -IW- PONTYPRIDD 2nds v. FERNDALE 2nds. The above match was played at Fern- dale, Pontypridd being beaten for the first time this season. Scores: — FERNDALE 2nds. T Short b Lloyd 14 Dan Thomas b Lloyd 10 W Morris lbw b Lloyd 1 A EdAvards b Lloyd 21 El Davies hit wicket 2 T Chilton b Williams 0 D J Roberts; b Lloyd 4 M Boulton b Lloyd 17 Bert Evans b Cadogan 11 J Whitmore c Cadogan b Lloyd 6 Grey not out I. 4 Extras 12 Total 102 PONTYPRIDD 2nds. D Williams c Thomas b Short 23 I Lloyd b Edwards 1 F Bailey b Etbvards 0 T Oadogan b Edwards 4 T Bowen b Short 6 Lloyd Jones b Short 4 O Jones c Evans b Davies 30 J Grady e Morris b Edwards 0 E Jones b Short 0 W Hughes c and b Davies 0 D Richards not out 0 Extras 6 Total 74
FERNDALE; JUNIORS v. PONTYPRIDD JUNIORS. Played at Ferndale last Saturday, resulting in a win for Ferndale by 30 runs. Scores: FERNDALE JUNIORS. E! Williams b Harding 2 Jim Hayes b A James 3 J Coombes b A James 0 W H Davies b A James 7 J Thomas c Joseph b A Jamef, 0 A Ooombes b A James 0 D J Elvans c Harding b A James 12 J Davies b A James 2 T Coombes not out 5 G Phillips b A James 0 W John b A James 0 Extras 10 Total 41 PONTYPRIDD JUNIORS. G Lewis b W H Davies 0 T Rees c Thomas b Davies 1 T Lewis b T Coombes 1 A James c T Coombes b Davies 0 I Hughes c Williams b Davies 1 J Joseph b J Coombes 0 W Stone c, J Coombes b Davies 0 S Rubinstone c and b Davies 0 Harding c A Coombes b Davies 5 Chandler not out 2 W Bailey c and b J Coombes 0 Extras. 1 Total 11 Both sides snowed good forlll in bowling, Davies and Coombes taking seven wickets for 7 runs and three wickets for 3 runs respectively for Ferndale, whilst James took nine wickets for 11 runs for Pontypridd. LLWYNYPIA 2nds v. CLYDACH YALE. The above match was played at Llwyny-* pia Grounds on Monday last. Scores — LLWYNYPIA 2nds. I Cule h Jenkins. 0 W Gifford c Lewis b Phillips 20 D Mead c and b Jenkins 1 Steer c Thomas b Jenkins 8 Ludlow c Lewis b Phillips 7 Davis c B Thomas b Phillips 5 Davies not out 9 L Williams c B Thomas b Phillips 12 H Griffiths, not out 7 Eixtras 5 Total 79 CLYDACH VALE. W Phillips ei Ludlow 0 G Durston b L Williams 2 B Thomas b Steer 27 W Thomas c Watkins 2 W Jenkins run out 0 D Lewis lbw b Mead 14 A Thomas c Ludlow b H Griffiths, 14 W Wigley b Griffiths 2 A J Evans b Griffiths. 0 I M Evans b Mead 2 Theo Lewis not out 0 Ehctras 7 Total 70 OTHER SCORES. Peiiygraig United, 43; Penygraig Juniors, 53 for seven wickets. St. Matthew's (Pontypridd), 33; Clydach Vale, 71. Ystrad, 16; Llwynypia Lads, 41. Porth Excelsiors, 51; English Congre- gationals (Tonypandy), 53. Treherbert Athletic, 46; Maindy C.O., 67. Ystrad Lads, 64; Ystrad-Rhondda, 96. Lawn Tennis. MARDY v. PONTYGWAITH. The above match was played at Mardy on Wednesday evening, the 31st ult., and resulted in a win for Mardy by 48 games to 31. Results Messrs.* Harries and Mewton (Mardy) beat Messrs. L. T. Davies and James, 6-5. Messrs. Maltby and Lewis (Mardy) beat Revs. Jones and Davies, 6-2. Messrs. Richards and Eynon (Mardy) lost to Messrs. Price and D. Davies, 5-6. Messrs. Harries and Mewton (Mardy) beat Revs. Jones and Davies, 6-0. Messrs. Maltby and Lewis (Mardy) beat Messrs. L. T. Davies and James. 6-4. Messrs. Harries and Mewton (Mardy) beat Messrs. Price and D1. Davies, 6-4. Messrs. Eynon and Blake (Mardy) lost to Revs. Jones and Davies, 1-6. Messrs. Maltby and Lewis (Mardy) beat Messrs. Price and D. Davies. 6-0. Messrs. Eynon and Blake (Mardy) beat Messrs. L. T. Davies and James, 6-4.