Entrance Scholarship Examination. The result of the entrance examination to this schoolj held on Saturday. July 3rd, is as follows — ) BOYS' LIST. (Maximum Marks, 380). Name. School. Marks. 1. David Evans, Duffryn. Mixed. 343 2 Keith Fraser, Ferndale Boys' 341 -3 Dd. Davies, Tylorstown Boys' 321 4 Wilfred Reed, Duffryn Mixed 317 5 Haydn Rees, Duffryn Mixed. 314 6 Albert F. Phillips, Mardy Boys' 312 7 Dd. J. Morgan, Tylorstown Boys' 303 8 Evan Dd. Evanes, Ferndale Boys' 301 :9 Evan Hughes, Pontygwaith Mixed 294 10 Wyndam James, Duffryn Mixed 292 11 Eustace Edwards, Ferndale Boys' 291 12 I. J. Daniel, Tylorstown Boy&' 287 13 Wm. Yiend. Ferndale Boys' 286 14 Charles Nelmes, Ferndale Boys' 284 15 Jno. Beddoe, Tylorstown Boys' 279 16 Benjamin I. Jones, Ferndale Boys' 276 17 I. J. Davies, Tylorstown Boys' 273 .18 Willie Pulling, Duffryn Mixed 272 19 Dd. R. Bowen, Mardy Boys' 269 20 A. V. Jones, Tylorstown Boys' 265 .21 B. P. Griffiths, Tylorstown Boys' 264 22 T. J. Powell, rrylorstown Boys' 258 :23 James Evans, Ferndale Boys' 257 .24 Richard Davies, Ferndale Boys' 256 .D. H. Davies, Mardy Boys' 256 John 0. Jones, Mardy Boys' 256 27 Llew. Thomas, Tylorstown Boys' 255 28 Jno. T. Jones, Mardy Boys' 254 29 Cyril G. Mundy. Duffryn Mixed 248 30 Richard Mears, Ferndale Boys' 246 W. G. Powell, Tylorstown Boys' 246 .'32 Ivor LI. Childs. Mardy Boys' 232 33 Jno. Davies, Tylorstown Boys' 228 Cecil James, Duffryn Mixed 228 85 W. E. James, Tylorstown Boys' 226 .36 Daniel Jones Ferndale Boys' 194 37 Bertie Harris, Tylorstown Boys' 188 -38 Wm. Dudson, Ferndale Boys' 187 39 Sidney T. Evans, Mardy Boys' 183 40 Aubrey J. Jones, Mardy Boys' 172 41 Arthur Phillips, Mardy Boys' 170 Arnold Bowen, Ferndale Boys' 170 Ernlyn Evans, Ferndale Boys' 170 44 Thos. R. Phillips, Duffryn Mixed 167 45 Harry Richards. Ferndale Boys' 162 46 Richard Seeley, Ferndale Boys' 160 GIRLS' LIST. Name. School. Marks. Ethel May, Mardy 'Girls' 347 Sarah Lloyd, Ferndale Girls' 346 -Morfydd Evans, Ferndale Girls' 345 Maude John, Mardy Girls' 339 Enid Richards, Duffryn Mixed 336 Myfanwy Morgans, Ferndale Girls' 334 Annie M. Davies, T'ylorstown Girls' 330 Cissy Williams, Tylorstown Girls' 329 Sarah A. James, Mardy Girls' 327 Ceridwen Corbett, Mardy Girls' 324 Nora Desmond, Tylorstown Girls' 324 Sarah E. Brodie, Tylorstown Girls' 321 Beatrice M. Chainey, Mardy Girls' 320 Lizzie M. Thomas, Ferndale Girls' 318 Nellie Howells. Mardy Girls' 317 Oeinwen Jones, Tylorstown Girls' 316 Minnie Williams, Ferndale Girls' 314 Sorna. Pugh, Ferndale Girls' 313 Margaret M. Davies, Mardy Girls' 312 Mabel Miles, Mardy Girls' 310 Margaret Jones, Ferndale Girls' 310 Lilian Davies, Tylorstown Girls' 310 Florrie Abrams, Duffryn Mixed 309 Hilda Edwards, Duffryn Mixed 307 Edith Evans, Ferndale Girls' 303 Josephine Evans, Tyionstown Girls' 303 Annie M. Young, T'ylorstown Girls' 303 Dilys Hughes, Tylorstown. Girls' 302 Violet Hawker, Ferndale Girls' 300 Martha Lewis, Mardy Girls' 298 Mary Thomas, Ferndale Girls' 297 Sarah A. Harris, Mardy Girls' 295 Rosie Jones, Mardy Girls' 294 Mary G. John, Duffryn Mixed 293 Rachel Britz, Ferndale Girls' 292 Lilian M. Groves, Tylorstown Girls' 292 Annie Davies, Mardy Girls 291 Altliea Jenkins, Pontygwaith 290 Elsie Sydenham, Mardy Girls' 286 Lizzie Abbot, Tylorstown Girls' 284 Rachel Driver, Ferndale Girls' 283 Martha Griffiths, Mardy Girls' 282 Irene Carpenter, Ferndale Girls' 281 Rachel A. Jones, Tylorstown Girls' 281 Mary Treharne, DufiVyn Girls' 272 Maggie Rees, Mardy Girls' 272 Maggie Griffiths, Duffryn Girls' 268 Janet M. Jones, Mardy Girls' 268 II. J. Morgans, Tylorstown Girls' 267 L. A. Davies, Tylorstown Girls' 265 Tydvil Owen, Ferndale Girls' 265 Gladys Scott, Ferndale Girls' 264 S. A. Lawrence, Ferndale Girls' 263 Ann E. Jones, Tylorstown Girls' 262 Maggie L. Woods, Duffryn Mixed. 260 < Annie J. Rees, Duffryn Mixed 260 Alice M. Thomas, Duffryn Mixed 260 Sarah Thomas, Ferndale Girls' 258 Lilian Hughes, Tylorstown Girls' 258 Lizzie Evans, Tylorstown Girls' 257 Annie M. Thomas, Duffryn. Mixed. 257 Annie Jones, Tylorstown Girls' 248 Annie M. Evans, Tylorstown Girls' 247 May Edwards, Duffryn Mixed 247 Irene Rees, Duffryn Mixed 247 Florrie Maybery, Duffryn Mixed 240 Gwennie Morgan, Mardy Girls' 239 Ethel Hann, Pontygwaith 239 Ceinwen Humphries, Tylorstown Girls' 238 Lueretia Evans, Ferndale Girls' 238 Myfanwy Davies, Tylorstown Girls' 235 M. A. Jones, Tylorstown Girls' 235 atherine Phillips, Ferndale Girls' 231 ^atie Starr. Tylorstown Girls' 230 ^dith M. Griffiths, Tylorstown Girls' 227 frothy Lewis, Duffryn 222 karah. A. Griffiths, Ferndale Girls' 220 Adeline Jenkins, Duffryn 216 Gladys Richards, Mardy Girls' 215 jj^atie M. Jones, Duffryn Mixed 215 A T Morgans, Mardy Girls' 210 Annie Jones, Duffryn Mixed 210 Winnie Lloyd, Ferndale Girls' 210 Annie Williams, Duffryn Mixed 209 Mary Hughes, Pontygwaith Girls' 208 -Bronwen Jones, Tylorstown Girls' 205 Olwen Griffiths, Ferndale Girls' 202 Rebecca A. Jones, Mardy 196 Mabel Williams, Dyffryn Mixed 194 Violet M. Hopkins, Dyffryn Mixed 192 ■Joannah J. Price, Dyffryn Mixed 187 ijiadys Daniel, Tylorstown Girls' 185 TVff l*e Morris, Mardy Girls' 183 E. John, Tylorstown Girls' 180 v*artha Morris, Tylorstown Girls' 176 ■Jay Lewis, Tylorstown Girls' 176 ^nice Williams, Pontygwaith Girls' 175 /ay Rees, Dyffryn Mixed 170 r 1V.n'e M. Davies, Tylorstown Girls' 161 LV^ Lewis, Pontygwaith Girls' 139 n,ay Hitchings, Pontygwaith Girls' 138 AT I -Vs Jones, Dyffryn Mixed 131 j,abel Morris, Tylorstown Girls' 131 GLNJ Ven Psndry, Dyffryn Mixed 130 adys Rees, Pontygwaith Girljs' 100
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Ferndale Secondary School Examination Results. PRELIMINARY CERTIFICATE EXAMI- NATION. Passes.—Phoebe Neate, Lizzie M. Jones, Brinley Rees, Salome Lewis, W. R. Lloyd. Phoebe Neate obtained a distinction in English. COLLEGE OF PRECEPTORS' EXAMI- NATION, MIDSUMMER, 1909. Second Class Certificate (Honours).—Dd. J. Maidment, English, history, geog- raphy, arithmetic, algebra, geometry, French, Latin, chemistry, and drawing Hannah J. Griffiths, English, history, geography, arithmetic, algebra," geometry, French, Latin, chemistry," and drawing. Passes.—Elizabeth J. Barrett, English, history, geography, arithmetic, algebra, geometry, and chemistry; Mary A. Jacob, English, history, geography, arith- metic, algebra, geometry, French, chemistry. and drawing; Sarah J. Jeremy, English, geography, arithmetic, algebra, geometry, French, chemistry, and drawing; Cassie Miles, English, geog- raphy, arithmetic, algebra, geometry, French, chemistry, and drawing; Margt. A. Rees, English, history, geography, arithmetic, algebra," geometry, French, chemistry, and drawing; Gertie Roberts, English, history, geography, arithmetic, algebra, geometry, chemistry, and draw- ing; Howell R. Harries, English, his- tory, geography, arithmetic, algebra, geometry, and chemistry; Thomas Gower Thomas, English, history, geography, algebra, geometry, French, chemistry, and drawing. Third Class Certificates. Pakces: Harriet Bowen, English, arithmetic, algebra, geometry, French, chemistry, and drawing; Horace Hughes, English, arith- metic, algebra, geometry, and chemistry. Denotes distinction.
I Porth Hi# her Elementary School. Entrance Examination Results. (Maximum number of marks, 400). Marks 1 John Hugh Evans, Trealaw Boys' 348 2 Ivor A. Williams, Cymmer Boys' 343 3 John Thomas, Trealaw Boys' 332 4 Margretta Harris, Ynyshir Girls' 321 5 Mary H. Griffiths, Trealaw Girls' 320 6 Stanley Edwards, Trealaw Boys' 310 Lilian Seabourne, Hafod Girls' 310 8 Bessie Powell, Ynyshir Girls' 309 9 Ernest Webb, Trealaw Boys' 308 10 Thomas Lyons, Trealaw Boys' 306 Sarah Price, Hafod Girls' 306 12 Gladys Kay, Ynyshir Girls' 305 Ruby Dando, Ynyshir Girls' 305 14 Dorothy Baker, Ynyshir Girls' 302 15 Joseph T. Evans, Aberllecliau! 301 16 David J. Thomas, Cymmer Boys' 300 Sophia- Evans, Cymmer Girls' 300 18 Amelia Lock, Williamstown Girls' 298 19 Emma Moss, Williamstown Girls' 293 Gladys Ivin, Ynyshir Girls' 293 21 Ellsie Llewellyn, Williamstown G. 290 22 Tudor Davies, Trealaw Boys' 289 23 Ethel Jones, Trealaw Girls' 285 David Saml. Jones, Porth Boys' 285 W. J. Evans, Tynewydd 285 26 Elsie Edwards, Cymmer Girls' 279 27 Hannah Lewis, Porth Girls' 277 Rachel Johns Llwyncelyn 277 29 Maggie Mills,' Ynyshir Girls' 276 30 Edwin Fielding, Aberllecliau 275 31 Maud Edwards, Llwyncelyn 272 32 Hilda Bonfield, Williamstown G. 271 Amy Phillips, Tynewydd 271 34 Willie Wilkins, Tynewydd 269 35 Maggie Hammond, Trealaw Girls' 268 Evan Protlieroe, Porth Boys' 268 37 Harold Bishop. Tynewydd 267 38 W. H. Moore, Tynewydd 265 39 Nana Eivans, Trealaw Girls' 259 Bronwen Rees, Williamstown G. 259 41 Willie Lewis, Hafod Boys' 258 42 Lizzie M. Thomas, Williamstown 256 Madeline Woods, Ynyshir Girls' 256 44 Beatrice Jones, Ynyshir Girls' 2501 45 Cecilia Williams, Ynyshir Girls' 249 Gladys! Marshall, Williamstown G. 249 47 Gertie Williams, Llwyncelyn M. 248 48 Wm. Bowen, Llwyncelyn Mixed. 244 49 Agnes Wilson, Penygraig: Girls' 242 50 Doris Bassett, Ynyshir Girls' 241 Robert Jones, Llwyncelyn 241 52 Annie Purnell, Porth Girls' 240 53 Joseph Hanham, Llwyncelyn 239 Margt. Evelyn Jones, Ynyshir G. 239 Iorwerth Thomas, Ynyshir Boys' 239 56 Doris Morgan, Llwyncelyn 237 57 Gethin Davies, Cymmer Boys' 234 Catherine Powell, Ynyshir Girls' 234 Margt. M. Evans, Ynyshir Girls' 234 Margt. A. Evans, Ynyshir Girls' 234 61 Tabitha. Jones, Penygraig Girls' 233 62 Eli Vaughan, Cymmer Boys' 231 Nellie Gittins, Oymmer Girls' 231 Edith M. Davies, Llwyncelyn 231 Alice Harris, Ynyshir Girls' 231 66 Price Bumford, Ynyshir Boys' 229 67 Megan Thomas, Ynyshir Girls' 228 68 Annie G. Thomas, Ynyshir Girls' 227 69 Katie Davies, Ynyshir Girls' 226 70 Beatrice Sault, Ynyshir Girls' 225 Rachel .Evans, Y nyshir Girls' 225 72 Fred W. Jones, Dinas Boys' 222 73 Hannah Merriott, Cymmer Girls' 221 Harold Jenkinson, Trealaw Boys' 221 75 Mary A. Evans, Williamstown G. 220 76 Gladys Matthews, Ynyshir Girls' 219 Ellis Williams, Ynyshir Boys' 219 78 Ethel M. Morgan, Ynyshir Girls' 217 79 Mary A. Stephens, Aberllechau. 215 Lydia M. Jones, Trealaw Girls' 215 Bessie Davies, Trealaw Girls' 215 82 Buddyg Hughes, Ynyshir Girls' 213 83 Lily G. Jones, Tynewydd 207 84 Annie Lewis, Porth Girls' 205 85 Mary J. Jones, Ynyshir Girls' 201 86 Bessie Edwards, Ynyshir Girls' 199 87 Rhoda, Howells, Cymmer Girls' 198 88 Daniel Thomas. Ynyshir Boys' 196 Eivan Mumford, Llwyncelyn 196 90 Goronwy Williams, Llwyncelyn. 194 91 Trevor1 Sylvanus, Dinas Boys' 192 Mary J. Griffiths, Aberllechau! 192 93 Ed. Jas. Edwards, Ynyshir Boys' 189 Trevor Jones, Ynyshir Boys' 189 95 C'einwen Booth, Williamstown G. 186 Ethel M. Jones, Llwyncelyn 186 97 Herbert Rosser, Aberllechau 185 Rees Davies, Dinas Boys' 186 99 Trevor Powell, Dinas Boys' 184 Susie Henry, Porth Girls' 184 Maggie Thomas, Porth Girls' 184 102 Ceinwen G. Jones, Williamstown 177 103 David Millard, Ynyshir Boys' 175 104 Cynlais,Jones, Ynyshir Boys' 164 105 Mary A. Hale, Ynyshir Girls' 162' 106 Morgan Morgan, Porth Boys' 157 107 Eiliz. A. Llewellyn, Ynyshir Girls' 155 108 Thomas Guest, Tynewydd 153 Blodwen Jones, Aberllechau; 153 110 Eilfed Thomas. Hafod Boys' 147 111 W. Morris, Ynyshir Boys' 143 -lwtvr PariT, Ynyshir Girls' 138 113 lillie Williams, Llwyncelyn 136 Alice Phillips, Graigddu 136 115 W. P. Newman, Ynyshir Boys' 134 116 Dwynwen Rees, Ynyshir Girls' 128 117 Olive Watts, Aberllechau 125 118 Valeria Walters, Ynyshir Girls' 123 Dillwyn Davies, C'ymmer Boys' 123 120 Olwen Isaac, Lhvyncelyn 109 121 Daniel Thomas, Ynyshir Boys' 106 122 Alee Dyer, Porth Boys' 97 Thomas, Ynyshir Boys' 97 Williams, Ynyshir Boys' 96 12o Tom Matthews, Ynyshir Boys' 79
British Widows Assurance Company. The quarterly meeting of the Porth and District Branch of the above company was held last Thursday at the Park and Dare Workmen's Institute, Treorehy. The proceedings were prefaced by a knife and fork tea, which was richly enjoyed. In the absence of Mr. W. H. Owen, Ynys- wen, the appointed chairman, the Rev. O. Waldo James, D.D., Porth, was voted to the chair. The report for the year ending 31st December, 1908, stated that in the indus- trial branch the premium income amoun- ted to E46,347, an increase of t2,535 over the year 1907. The claims of the branch amounted to £ 17,688, representing the moderate ratio of 38 per cent, of the premium income. A gratifying progress was recorded in the assurance tea depart- ment of the industrial branch, whilst a corresponding increase was shown in the premium income in the ordinary branch. The average sum assured retained at the company's risk under the Dolicies in force in this branch on 31st December, 1908, was £ 76. The aggregate premium' income of both branches for the year was t47 618 whilst the total amount of claims paid from the establishment of the company up to 31st December, 1908, was £ 68,673. A valuation of the company s liabilities to its policyholders as at 31st December, 1908, is being made, and falls to be pre- sented to the Board of Trade before 30th September next. The statements made in previous reports shew that these liabili- ties are amply covered by the deposit of £ 20,000 with the Government, the guarantee fund of t5,000 standing in the names of two trustees on behalf of the policyholders, and the other assets amounting to R8,658 included in the balance sheet of the life assurance funds —irrespective of the further security- afforded by the uncalled capital of the company and shareholders' fund. In common with other similar institu- tions, continued the report, the company had felt the effects of the general decline in employment during 1908, but never- theless, the directors weive pleased to report a substantial increase in the premium income. The Rev. O. Waldo James, D.D., pro- posed the toast, The British Widows Assurance Co., Ltd. and said that the company was considered by its rivals to be a growing company. He had himself been an assurance agent, and he was in deep sympathy with the work of such institutions. As he looked round on the faces of the agents present, he thought that they were a. fine lot of fellows who ought to do well for the company. He f wished every success; to Mr. J. P. Wil- liams (superintendent, Porth) and to Mrs. Williams. As for Mr. Williams, lie was a man of moral value, and above all, he had a backbone (cheers). He also wished the success of the agents. Continuing, he said that the people of the Rhondda, recently had the honour of a, Royal visit. The Princess and her hus- band had a grand reception and a "golden" time. The people had been loyal, but what had they received in return? The agents were not thus. for they were going to give gold as well as to receive it (hear, hear). To insure was a political duty which the people, owed to the State. It was also a social duty, and it was a religious duty, for they who did not insure and provide for their families were infidels. It afforded him the greatest pleasure to propose the success of the British Widows Assurance Company (cheers). Mr. Roderick Morgan seconded, and said it gave him great pleasure to find that the gentleman who was at the head said it gave him great pleasure to find that the gentleman who was at the head of affairs in Wales under the company was a Welshman (hear, hear). It was said that the Welsh were business men by nature (laughter). Welshmen to-day were at the head of all great institutions; as a matter of fact, one of the greatest financiers in the country was a Welshman (cheers). He knew that the company were anxious to transact business in a straightforward manner (hear, hear). Most of those present were young, and they all appeared to be men of vigour, who ought to do well. Competition, he con- tinued, was, just as keen among assurance companies as among other businesses, so that to succeed it was imperative they should throw themselves into the work. He urged the agents to be faithful to the company and to themselves, and never to forget that the strongest weapon they possessed was a strong moral character (hear, hear). Mr. D. Davies (South Wales manager) responded. He stated that they had en- listed the best men, and, generally speak- ing, the South Wales staff were doing splendidly. They had increased their business 60 per cent.. and the Rhondda superintendent, Mr. J. P. Williams, had assisted very materially towards that end (cheers). Because of their success they were being attacked by a few people who had no respect for the truth. The speaker quoted several Press extracts, all of which testified to the straightforwardness and strong position of. the company. He further declared that Mr. Winston Churchill wanted the word" assurance" printed on the blotting-paper of every- business man. They wanted it printed on every packet of tea which entered the home of the industrial classes (applause). Mr. J. P. Williams also responded, and said he was glad to say that he had paid hundreds of pounds in claims in the Valley, not one of which had ever been denied. He hoped that the agents would do their duty to himself and to their company. He then read the following letter from the general manager, Mr. R. Sewell: London, Juily 15th, 1909. Dear Sir,—I shall be glad if at your quarterly meeting you will express to your staff my keen satisfaction at the results they have attained during the current" year, and offer them" my heartiest wishes for their continued success. If they will but keep up the strenuous efforts they have made in the past six1 months, there is no reason why Porth should not figure at the head of the districts in South Walesi for increase. SEWEILL. The following prizes were then awarded by Mr. D. Davies :—For best collection in the whole district: 1st prize, Mr. Isaac Davies (Cwmparc); 2nd, Mr. Howell Jones (Porth) 3rd, Mr. W. Rowlands (Porth). For best collection by spare- time agents: Messrs. Harris, Dd. Evans, J. Morris, and Raymond. Mr. Evans (Porth district) won va cheque for kl 10s., a pocket book and a fountain pen; whilst Mr. D. Bumford (Cwnmarc) won a cheque for zCl 10s. Messrs. J. Broad and D. Bumford so won prizes of fountain pens for biggest increases. Prizes were sent from the head office to Messrs, H. Jones, D. Eivans, D. Bumford, and J. Evans. The next toast, The Porth District of the British Widows Assurance Com- pany, Ltd. was proposed by Mr. Tom Evans, and seconded by Mr. W. Lawrence. This was responded to by Messrs. R. W. Rees (assistant superintendent) and W. Rowlands (district agent, Porth). Vocal items were contributed during the evening by Miss Lewis (Cwmparcf and Mr. D. J. Thomas, and a. violin solo by Mr. L. Jenkins, accompanied by Madam M. J enkin-Huo:he.s. The meeting wound up with the singing of Hen Wlacl fy NhacIau." Mr. D. J. Biumford was responsible for all the arrangements.
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