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Ogmore Vale. Fete.—A very successful fete and gala was held at the Wyndham Field on Wednesday last in connection with the Juvenile Choir. The weather was beauti- fully fine, and a, large crowd assembled on the field to support the committee in their endeavour to raise sufficient funds to take the children to Llandyssul, where they competed on Wednesday, the 4th inst. The fete onened with a parade of the children through the streets of Ogmore Vale to the field, the Temperance Band heading the procession. A miniature sports was held, when. Messrs. Richards and Bartlett acted as judges. The chief item was a Marathon race round the Valley, ending up in the field. The winner was Woosnam, Quinlan being second. Amongst other items was climb- ing a greasy pole for a leg of mutton. This was won by Master Pitt. An open ] solo competition was held, when Mr. G. Kinsey and Miss Lizzie Kinsey divided the first prize. Mr. Wm, Oaple acted as adjudicator, vice Mr. T. Lucas (miners' agent). During the evening, the choir rendered several selections in grand style. and greatly pleased the large crowd. The rest of the evening: was taken up in dancing, music being supplied by the band, conducted by Mr. S. Gillard. Bethlehem.—On Sunday last, the pulpit of Bethlehem (W.B.) Chapel was occupied by Dr. Morgan, of Pittsburg, U.S.A. In the morning, Dr. Morgan preached in Welsh, and in the evening service in English. Large numbers attended each meeting. Accident.—On Saturday night, as the trap of Mr. Wm. Goodwin, fruiterer, was passing round the turn between Commer- cial Street and the Aber Road, it ran over a heap of broken sstone, and was tipped over. The contents of the cart were scattered over the road, but thej driver luckily escaped, the oniy damage sustained being to the cart.
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LIST OF AGENTS.
LIST OF AGENTS. H. Davies, Grocer and General Dealer, 66 Brook street, BLAENRHONDDA. James Thomas, Boot and Shoe Retailer and General Dealer, Brock street, Blaenrhondda W. Morgan, Greengrocer, Grocer and General Dealer, Hendrewen Stores, Blae-newm D. Jenkins, Family Burcher, 42 Hendrewen road, Blaen- cwm B. Jones, Bake?, Confectioner and General Dealer, 2 Scott street, TREHERBERT Gabriel Jones, Grocer, Provision and General Merchant, Wyndham street, Treherbert T. H. Mace, High Class Family Butcher, 101 Gwendoline street, Tynewydd G. T. Evans, Gents' Outfitter and Mercer, 57 Gwendoline street, Treherbert D. Davies, Undertaker and General Ironmonger, Dun- raven street, Treherbert M. J. Cove, Fishmonger, Greengrocer and Fruiterer, 20 Dunraven street, Treherbert David Pryce, Milliner and General Draper, The Temple of Fashion, 156 Bute street, Treherbert Evan Davies, Grocer and Provision Dealer, 1 Church street, Treherbert B. Price, Fruiterer, Dairyman and Confectioner, 130 Bute street, Treherbert N. Powell, Butcher, Grocer and General Dealer, 103 Bute street, Treherbert Edward Payee, Grocer, Provision and General Dealer, Ynyswen Stores, 86 Ynyswen road, Treherbert W. H. Bracey, Boot and Shoemaker, and Repairer, 124 ilute street, TREOROHY E. N. Kirby Bros., Fishmongers, Greengrocers and General Dealers, 195 High street, Treorchy Evan Pugh, Grocer and General Dealer, 77 Park road, CJwmparc W. Richards, Confectioner, Grocer and Provision Dealer The Welsh Market, Treorchy B. H. Evans, Milliner and General Draper, 184 High street, Treorchy M. A. Hughes, Milliner, General and Fancy Draper, Man- chester House, Church road, Ton, PENTRE S. Jones, Family Butcher, 196 and 197 Gelli road, Gelli J. Reynolds, Fish. Fruit and Vegetable Merchant, 166 Gelli road, Gelli A. Beale, Boot and Shoemaker, and Repairer, 155 Gelli road. Ton, Pentre Shepherds' Stores, 10 and 11 Tyisha road, P.O. Telephone 52 Pentre E. Owen, Draper and Milliner, 112 William street, Ystrad D. Jones, Boot and Shoemaker, Stationer, etc., 77 and 78 William street, Ystrad E. Tapper. Grocer and Provision Dealer, 157 Tyntyla road, Ystrad Owen Jones, Grocer and General Dealer, Tyntyla stores, LLWYNYPIA P. Llewellyn, Family Butcher, 2 Oakfield terrace, -Llwy nypia S. Edwards, Boot and Shoe Retailer, Sherwood Boot Stores, Llwvnypia J. Morgan,. Boot and Shoe Retailer, Excelsior Boot Stores, TONYPANDY N. Eaves, Fish, Fruit and Vegetable Dealer, 127 Dun- raven street, Tonypandy D. Howells, Grocer, Provision and General Dealer, 9 Court street, Tonypandy G. Humphreys, General Ironmonger, 6 Dunraven street, Tonypandy E. N. Evans, General Draper and Milliner, Excelsior Buildings, Tonypandy M. Parry, Grocer and General Dealer, 117 Primrose Street, Tonypandy M. Edwards, Family Butcher,23 Clydach road, CLYDACH VALE Rees and Co., Linen and Fancy Drapers, 8 Llwynypia road, Tonypandy James Jones, Fruit, Vegetable and General Dealer, 46 Clydach road, Clydach Vale Essex Morris, Grocer and Provision_Dealer, The Square, Clydach Vale. Essex Mortis, Grocer and Provision Dealer, Bush Houses, Clydach Vale. David Williams, Fruiterer and Greengrocer, 51, Wern street, Olydach Yale. M. Kerslake, Greengrocer, Fruiterer, China and General Dealer, 51 Tylaceiyn road, PENYGRAIG T. Jones, General and Furnishing Ironmonger, Sheffield House, Penygraig' D. J. Saunders, Grocer and Provision Dealer, Tylacelyn road, Penygraig Thomas and Co., Drapers, Tailors and Outfitters, The Emporium, Penygraig • Blount, Draper, Hosier, Ladies and Children's Out- fitter, Gwalia House, 30 Penygraig road, Penygraig Jones, Jenkins and Co., Grocers and Provision Dealers, Carmarthen Stores, Brook street, Williamstown Thomas, Grocer, Provision, Butcher, Ironmonger, Draper, Boot Retailer and General Dealer, Redgate „ Shop, TONYREFAIL E. Hathway, Fish, Fruit and Vegetable Dealer, High ,,r street. GILFACH GOCH "• R.Morgan, Boot Stores, Llewellyn's Buildings, Gil- fach Goch "uliamRees Grocer and Provision Dealer, Balmoral rj House, EVANSTCWN Hatton. Fa.milv Butcher, 106 Ynyscynon road, TREALAW A. Beer, Greengrocer and General Dealer, 321 Brith- weunydd. road, Trealaw D. Morgan, Grocer, Provision and General Dealer, 174 Trealaw road, Trealaw J. Richards, Grocer and Provision Dealer, 52 High street, FERNDALE Britz, Fancy Draper and Milliner, Bee Hive, 11 The Strand, Ferndale B. Simon, General and Fancy Draper and Milliner, 83 Duffryn street. Ferndale J. Evans, Greengrocer, Fruiterer, Confectioner, China and General Dealer, 69 Dlllffryn street, Ferndale E. S. Way, Baker, Grocer and Confectioner, Crescent Bakery, 22 Tatf street, Ferndale ^°yd Jones, Gener*1 Draper and Gents' Outfitter, Lcin- p don House, Blaenllechau ■ Thomas, Family Grocer and Provision Dealer, Bristol T House, TYLOitiSTOWN T. alters, Family Butcher, 173 East road, Tvlorstown Jones, Fishmonger, Greengrocer and General Dealer, p 175 East road, Tylorstown Powell, Stationer, Bookseller, Dealer in Wallpaper, ,r etc., 183 East road, Tvlorstown jl-J. Thomas, Batcher, Llewellyn street, Pontygwaith T* «ow' Family Butcher, WATTSTOWN Wilcox, Boot and Shoemaker, and Repairer, Aber- r "echau road, Wattstown Meredith, Greei grocer, Fruiterer, Fishmonger and j. General Dealer, 19 Aberllechau road, Wattstown J- Jacob, General Draper, Milliner, Gents', Ladies and AI ()Ili:drerilg Outfitter, Bra- ford Ho se, YNYSill tt jj" ^snjamin, Family Butcher, Ystwyth Honse, Yni'shir Richards, Family Grocer and Provision Dealer, Cen- S p Stores, Ynyshir Boot and Shoemaker, and Repairer, 105 Ynys- R hir road, Ynyshir Kew, Greengrocer, Fruiterer, Confectioner and J General Dealer, Gwalia, Ynyshir I'aligilan, Boot and Shoe Retailer, Cash Boot Stores, C n Ynyshir road, Ynyshir • ^ridiand, Boot and Shoe Retailer. The People's Benefit T\ .Got Stores, 32 Hannah street, PORTH • Jenkins, Grocer, Greengrocer, Fruiterer and General D W?aler> Nyth Bran, Llwyncelyn, Porth illiavns, Greengrocer and Fruiterer, 50 Hannah B street, Porth • Jones, Grocer, Provision Dealer and Gents'Mercer, IT t> Trehafod road, TREHAFOD £ *rs> Boot and Shoemaker, and Repairer, 103 Tre- j hafod road, Trehafod Jones, Family Grocer, Provision and General Dealer, ■i'" Stores, Cymmer 4915
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Treherbert. The interment of the late Robert Jones (Cwmjgwrach), whose death we an- nounced in our last issue, took place on Wednesday at Carmel Burial-ground. The officiating ministers were the Revs. J. Pethian Davies and H. Harris, D.D. The list of mourners was as follows:- Mr. and Mrs. David Evans (son-in-law and daughter), Mr.'and Mrs. F, Harding (son-in-law and daughter), Mr. and Mrs. Richard Jones (son and daughter-in-law Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Price (son-in-law and daughter), Mr. and Mrs, David Evans, Junr. (grand-son), Mr. M. Evans and Miss S. J. Evans (grand-children), Misses Bronwen and Morfvdd JEvans (grand-children), Mr. and Mr* Ben Thomas (grand-daughter). Mr. and Mrs. Frecl Harding, Junr. (grand-son), Mr. and Mrs. Rees Davies, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Roberts, Mr. Henry Brace, Masters Thomas and William Harding and Misses Beatrice and Florence Hard- ing (grand-children), Master David and Misses Blodwen, Mary Gwen, and Ruth Price, Master Willie and Misses Mary, Gwladys, and Annie Morris, Masters Benjamin and Freddie Thomas (grand- children). It is interesting to note that deceased had 34 grand-children. The undertaking wa§ oaxricd out by Mv. I Michael Davies, Treherbert. i The anniversary services of the Wes- leyan Sunday School, Ynyswen, were held on Sunday last. The services were con- ducted by Mr. M. H. Davies, Treorchy. In the morning, an address was given on Sunday School Work." Solos, recita- tions, dialogues, duets, &c., were very creditably given by the Sunday School scholars, and select music was rendered by the chapel choir, conducted by Mr. D. Gower, and accompanied by A. Summers. On Friday evening last, the workmen of the Treherbert Brewery held a concert at the Castle Hotel for < the purpose of presenting Mr. R. H. Jones, of the Brewery, with a marble clock on the occa- sion of his marriage. There was a very large attendance, and the evening was a most enjoyable one. Messrs. D, Davies, Share, Hooper, Rogers1, Barnes, Lewis, Brower and Francis contributed towards an excellent programme. The first part of the programme having been gone through the Chairman (Mr. J. L. -Evans) made the presentation in a very happy speech. Further addresses were given lay Messrs. B. R. Griffiths and W. H. Rogers. Mr. Jones, in responding, said that he valued the present, not for its actual worth, but because of the kind thoughts and wishes which accompanied it. He had been among them for a. number of years, and he thought that during the whole time he had not known a more congenial body of men. He was highly delighted with the present, and he was sure that his appreciation would be. shared by the lady who had done him the honour of becoming his wife. The second part of the programme was then pro- ceeded with, and the meeting closed with the singing of the National Anthem. BEANSTICKS in Bundles, large or small quantities.—R. T. Jones, The Tram Terminus, Treherbert. 4893
Iff EVEV READY jlr= BT Mr. Joseph Guinan, 34, Lower ■ Dorset Street, Dublin, writes:— vyv H "I cut and bruised myselt severely \> H by falling from my bicycle when I *.y H was pedalling at a fast pace. I went y 1 H home and tried the usual homely | J H remedies, but as my wounds and jl ■ bruises showed no signs of healing ]) §8 I got some Zam-Buk. This grand H balm soothed the injured places /fj/ul H and healed all the cuts and H bruises perfectly. I am now H cycling again, but I always carry a box of with mc." &BRUISES.
Ainon Sunday School " tripped…
Ainon Sunday School tripped to I Treorchy. Aberavon on Tuesday, in beautiful sum- II mer weather. The annual tea was held at Horeb Chapel on Monday. There was an excel- lent attendance. N odd fa Sunday School had their annual event on Monday last. After tea, games were indulged in during the evening. Two grand performances of the cantata, entitled Agatha, or the Lost Child of the Manor (Maurice Johnston), were given in full character by the Raniah Juvenile Choir, under the conductorship of Mr. Tom Williams, at the Abergorchy Ambulance Hall on Thursday and Satur- day evenings last. The hall on both occa- sions was well-nigh full, and the acting and vocal renditions worthy of praise. The principal characters were —" Squire Brown, Lord of the Manor," Mr. W. J. Price; "Mrs. Brown" (squire's wife), Miss Elizabeth Evans; "Agatha" (an Miss Elizabeth Evans; "Agatha" (an adopted Gipsy Girl), Madam Gertie Thomas; Idle Jack" (a gipsy loafer), LA.fi-. L. Pet-kiiis; "Beii Bo'suii (,in old sea dog). Mr. David Evans; "Middy" (the lost child), Mr. C. Watkins; "Roberto" (a tinker), Mr. Llew. Wil- liams; "Recruiting Sergeant," Mr. W. H. Williams. The accompanists were Messrs. John Jones and George H. Davies. The annual general meeting of the Tre- orchy Thursdays A.F.C. was held in the assembly room of the Pengelli Hotel on Wednesday evening, under the presidency of Mr. D. Humphries, last year's chair- man. Mr. Jack Thomas (ironmonger), secretary, submitted a financial statement showing receipts amounting to £ 23 -9s. G}d., and the expenditure £ 24 Is. 7d., thus leaving a deficiency of 12s. Oid. The adoption of the statement, providing it be audited during the week, was carried. Mr. Owen Roberts was elected chairman for the ensuing1 season. Mr. Jack Thomas having tendered his resignation, Mr. Bert Horton was appointed secretary, and Mr. Arthur Williams treasurer. The balance shcyt ill connection with the lecture given for the benefit of Mr. Ehen Morris, 73, High Street, shows receipts amounting to P-14 4s. 6d. (including a donation of one guinea by. Dr. W. E. Thomas, Ystrad), and expenses P-1 10s. Gd., leaving net proceeds of R12 14s.
KITLEY'S CANNOT BE EQUALLED FOR Natural and Artificial WQETATMQ 37, Oxford St., opposite Natior al Schcol3> 1 and Central Avenue Market SWANSEA. I 4885 g
Porttr. Porth and district will learn with deep regret of the sudden death of Dr. Dukes, which took place on Saturday last at his residence, Islwyn," Porthcawl. The doctor, who was 64 years of age, had spent 35 years of his life at Porth. In his'younger days he was a fellow-student of, and also walked the London hospitals with, Sir Frederick T'reves. He was a son of Dr. Dukes, a spcialist of West End fame. After his college training he went in for steeplechese riding, and he rode in England and on the Continent. Upon his return he settled down and commenced his career under the late Dir. Naunton Davies, of Porth. He afterwards served with the late Dr. Ivor Lewis, of Cymmer, and before his retirement to Porthcawl, had made himself particularly famous in the locality with his treatment of chil- dren. In later years lie was afflicted with a tongue malady, and underwent an operation at St. Guy's1 Hospital, London, which—to use his own words-wás con- sidered one of the cleverest operations ever performed in that institution. His sad demise will be deeply regretted by his numerous friends and colleagues. J. MOUNTNEY (late J Cordiner), 42, Royal U. Arcade, CARDIFF, Bird and Animal Preserver, To the Most Hon. The Marquis of Bute and the Cardiff Museum, Skins and Furs Dressed Rugs lined and made up. Glass shades or Clocks and Ornamen a of all silleR
Cymmer. I On Thursday last, the remains of the late Mr. Tom Owen Jones, F.R.H.S., Cymmer, were laid to rest at Efail Isaf, the Rev. J. T. Davies, Cymmer, officiat- ing. A large number of teachers attended the funeral, the scholars of Tynewydd Schools marching at the head of the cortege through Porth. Wreaths were received from the following —Daisy and Albert (brother and sister) Mr. and Mrs. Hartt, London; Dr. and Mrs. Cochrane, Cymmer; head-teacher and staff of Tynewydd School; children ,of Tynewydd School Education and Council Staff, Pentre head-teacher and staff of Llwyn- celyn School head-teacher and staff' of Porth School; head-teacher and staff of Higher Grade School; head-teacher and staff of Cymmer School the Rhondda and Pontypridd Teachers' Association; Mr. and Mrs. Williams. Penygraig; Mrs. Lewis, Cymmer; Messrs. Lewis and Howells. The deceased was a gifted young man of sterling character. He was a member of the Horticultural Association, London, and had been engaged for some time in compiling particulars for a map of the flora of the Ely Valley. He was greatly interested in insect life, and his collection was both instructive and beau- tiful. He was also a, patient devotee of the gentle art of angling.
Pontygwaith. The Sunday School students of the Forward Movement Hall spent a most enjoyable day at Aberavon Seaside on Tuesday last. Anniversary services were held at Sardis Congregational Church on Sunday. Evangelist Leonard Evans (the converted L miner) conducted services throughout the day. --+-- The final of what has proved to be a most interesting tournament was played on the Pontygwaith Tennis Court on Thursday evening last between Messrs. J. R. Harris and Llewellyn- Jones. Mr. Jones proved the superior player, beating Harris by 3 sets to 2.
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IGarden Party at Clydach [Vale.
I Garden Party at Clydach [ Vale. List of Guests. A garden party was held at the Cly- dach Yale Young Men's Camp on Thurs- day afternoon. The camp was very pret- tily decorated, and in the evening, when a number of Japanese lanterns were lighted, presented a very fairy-like ap- pearance. Tea was partaken of in the open air, following' which a very enter- taining concert was held in a marquee. The following artistes took pa,rt Sopranos, Madam G. A. Jones (Ponty- pridd) and Miss Ei. Davies (Clydach Yale); contraltos, Miss Lily M. Davies and Miss Alma. G. Davies; tenors, Mr. A. E. Thomas and Mr. H. D. Thomas; bass, Mr. D. Lewis, Mr. 1. Lewis, and Mr. H. Goulding; accompanists, Miss Maggie M. Thomas, Mr. Alf. Williams, and Mr. Alex Lewis. The full list of guests is as follows: —Mrs. M., and Misses M. and B., and Mr. M. and W. Morris (The Vicarage), Dr. R. Gabe Jones, Dr. McKenrick, Mr. Oscar Phillips. Mr. G. R. Jones, Mr. L. Richards, Mrs.. Jas. and Master W. Evans, Mr. and Mrs. S. and Misses K. and M. Lewis, Mr. T. Davies, Mr. and Mrs. S. Hocking, Sergt. Punter, Mr. Alf. Williams, Mr. S. Price, Mr. J. James, Mrs. and Miss E. M. Lewis, Miss Maco-io M. Thomas, Miss E. Davies, Misses Lily and Alma Davies Mrs. R. A. Davidson (lonypandy), Miss Gladvs Lewis. Miss Maggie M. Jenkins, Miss G. Taylor. Miss Lilian Moses, Miss. Katie Lewis, Mrs. V. and Miss B. C. C'roome, Mr. A. Wallis, Mrs. L. Taylor, Miss G. Lewis. Miss G. Taylor, Misses G. and N. B. Griffiths, Mrs. and Miss Buckley, Mr. and Airs. David Jones, Mrs. and Misses L. and C. Salter, Mr..Jas Thomas, Mr., Mrs. T. and Miss P. Deere. Mr. j. and Miss G. Edwards, Mrs. G. A. and Master S. Jones (Pontypridd), Mr. and Mrs. J. James, Mr. Morgan Thomas, Misses M. May lie, G. Thomas, H. Thomas, N. Jones, B. Lewis, S. Williams, M. Thomas. L. Tovey, B. Lewis, Mr. G. Granville, Mr. T. Hughes, Mr. J. Bowen, Mr. D. Owen (Treherbert), Mr. R. Ham- mond, Mrs. W. and Masters L. and E. Williams, Mr. and Mrs. J. Lewis, Mr. W. Thomas, Mr. G. Thomas, and Mr. J. James. Apologiesi for unavoidable ab- sences were received from Rev. W. Mere- dith Morris, B1. A. (Vicar), Mr. and Mrs. L. Llewellyn, Mrs. Gabe Jones, Dr. and Mrs. Griffiths. The members of the camp are: -Missioner E. Davidson (Master). Mr. H. D. Thomas (Secretary), Mr. H. Goulding (Treasurer), Messrs. G. Thomas, A. E. Thomas, H. P. Davies, A. Evans, A. J. Evans, D. Lewis, T. Lewis, A. Lewis, E. T. Lewis, D. T. Lewis, D. G. Thomas, D. Davies, and T. Thomas.
th. a CoLM be nicer than Natural Fruit Jelly made with .Drown & Poison's "fatenf Com Flour and the juice got from fresh fruit after stewing? Thus pre- pared you have a delicious, healthful, refreshing Natural Fruit jelly. You know what's in your fruit jellies when you make them J V this way.
Bazaar at Tylorstown.
Bazaar at Tylorstown. A grand bazaar was held on Saturday and Monday, July 24th and 26th, at the Council Schools, under the auspices of Moriah (Welsh Wesleyan) Church. The officers were: —President, Rev. Henry Hughes; treasurer, Mr. Thomas Davies hon. secretary, Mr. S. T. Jones; super- intendent of the stalls, Mrs. D. Thomas, Preswylfa. Tliei opening ceremony was performed on the first day by Miss Hannah. Brynderwen, Ferndale; and on Monday (in the unavoidable absence of Miss Thomas, Brynawel, Ynyshir) by Dr. T. H. Morris, C.C. Solos were rendered by Miss Mabel James, accompanied by Mr. T. Thomas. The stalls were presided over as follows: -Fancy Stall: Mrs. W. R. Davies, (Ferndale), Mrs. EL J. Davies (Tylor's Hotel), and Mrs. Dr. T. J. Davies (Wattstown). assisted by the Misses Rosina Griffiths, H. B. Hughes, Edith Davies and Gertrude Davies. Fancy Stall: Mrs. D. Rees (Brynbedw House), Mrs. T. Morgans (Queen's Square), Mrs. W. J. Davies (Brynbedw), and Mrs. Starr, assisted by Misses Cassie Davies, Edith Thomas, Christiana Davies and M. G. Evans. Fancy Stall: Mrs. S. T. Jones (Diamond Jubilee Hoteli), Mrs. Davies (Pontardawe), Mrs. D. Smith, Mrs. IV, D. Humphreys, and Mrs. D. Williams, assisted by the Misses May Fenwick, Mabel James and M. M. Davies. Linen Stall: Mrs. T. P. Davies, Miss Miriam Jones, Mrs. J. Humphreys, Mrs. J. Davies, Mrs. Eivan Davies, and Mrs. R. Lewis, assisted by Misses Flossie Davies, S. A. Morris, and Waite. Sweet Stall: Mrs. D. Fenwick, Mrs. D. Griffiths, and Mrs. W. Griffiths, assisted by Misses R. A. Griffiths and Hobbs. Flower Stall: Misses Lizzie James, R. Morgan and A. Martin. Miscellaneous Stall: Mrs. Clarke, Mrs. A. Morgan, Misses Treharne, M. Williams and Rosannah Davies. "Camp" Coffee Stall: Misses M. Davies, M. Wilding. Lucy Starr and J. Kemp. Grocery Stall: Messrs. J. Jones, D. C. Fenwick. and Protheroe. Refreshment Stall Misses Ei. Jones, M. Ei. Thomas, Wigley, and Evans (Aelybryn). The cine- matograph was in charge of Mr. D. Rees Davies, assisted by Messrs. Tom John, E. J. Davies, John Wilding, C. Morris and E. T. Jones. Shooting Gallery: Messrs. T'. R. Harries, D. H. Jones, John Davies, Tom Williams, and A. Thomas. Galvanic Battery: Messrs. Stone and C. Williams. Entertainments were conducted by Messrs. J. C. James, S. Bevan and M. James. It is estimated that a sum of over C300 has been realised.
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