The Casket presented by the Rhondda Urban District Council to Her Royal Highness. Miss PHYLLIS NOVINSKY, The remarkable child violinist, who ap- eared before H.R.H. Princess Louise at. Miskiu Manor on July 22nd. Phyllis is a pupil of Ap Tydfil, Pentre. Miss GWEN MATHIAS. W lio presented a bouquet to Her Royal Highness at Perth, Mr. THOMAS GRIFFITHS, J.P., Who presented Her Royal Highness with an address on behalf of the inhabitants of Porth and district. THE JUDGE'S IIALL, TONYPANDY. Photo by] TT • T n RR [Levi Ladd, louypandy ,E, H.R.H. PRINCESS LOUISE LE.v\ IV, THE JUDGE'S HALL AFTER THE OPENING CEREMONY. Photo by] [Harrison tfc Evans, ionypundy OFFICERS OF THE MID-RHONDDA CHAMBER OF TRADE, WITH THE CASKET AND ADDRESS PRESENTED TO H.R.H. PRINCESS LOUISE. Standing: Mr. Thomas Evans (Treasurer) Mr John Rees (Secretary), Mr. LlmvelJyn Evans (Yice-Chainnaii). Sitting: Mr. L. W. Llewelyn (Pi-esidetit), Mr. J. Owen Jones (Chairman). Photo by] [Levi Ladd, Tonypandv Mr. DAViD JENKINS (the only survivor of the Tynewydd Dis- aster. 1877), who presented a gold Davy lamp to Her Royal. Highness. [Photo Wills, ;Porth Chief Superintendent TOM DAYTES, Secretary of the Sir Charles Warren Shield Competition, who was largely responsible for the success of the Royal visit. Dr. GLANVILLE MORRIS, Mardy. one of the leaders of the Ambu- lance movement in the Rhonddas. Miss XORAH NICHOLAS (daughter of Mr. W. P. Nicholas), with the bouquet presented to H.R.H. Prince.vs Louise at the Judge's Hall. Photo by] [Levi Ladd, lonypandv Miss EYA MORRIS (daughter of Dr. Glanville Morris), who pi evented a bouquet to H.R.H. Princess Louise at Mardy. Mr. THOMAS THOMAS, J.P., Chairman of the Rhondda District Coun- cil who presented Her Ruyai Highness with a silver gilt casket ana address 011 bchulf of the District Council.