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Tonypandy. A Band of Hope entertainment took place on Thursday, 16th inst., at Hermon, Tonypandy, the Rev. W. Williams pre- siding. The following artistes took part: -Misses Maggie Thomas (Tonypandy), Lizzie Thomas (Trealaw), Sarah Jones, Mary Evans, and Mr. H. Hughes. A duet was sung by Miss O. Rees and Master A .Rees. Recitations were given by Mrs. L. Charles (Tonypandy) and Mr. F. Popham (Penygraig), while other interesting items were the dialogues, The Recitation Contest," Heads Examining," and The Dolls' Quarrel." The Band of Hope Choir (under the con- ductor ship of Mr. L. Evans) also contri- buted items. Miss M. Williams and Mr. T. Hughes accompanied.
Ferndale. On Saturday evening last, Mr. W. Trevor Lewis, the well-known baritone, of the famous Royal Welsh Male Voice Party, was the recipient of a fine recep- tion on his return from his recent tour with the above party. He was met at the station by the Ferndale Prize Band, and an open carriage (kindly lent by Mr. M. Morris, builderl). In the carriage were Mrs. Lewis (mother of Mr. Trevor Lewis), Mr. Lewis, Mr. Morris, and Mr. J. Jenkins, secretary and organiser of the "Welcome Home" arrangements. A large procession was formed, and marched to the Square near Tudor Hall, where complimentary addresses were delivered by Mr. M. Morris, Mr. Samuels (draper), Mr. Daniel Evans, and Mr. Horatio Phillips. A public meeting is to be held -on Tuesday week at Capel Wetjley,^ when Mr. Lewis will be presented with an address. The Rovers R.F.C. and All Blacks A.F.C. have succeeded in securing a por- tion of the Cricket Ground to play their matches. Doubtless the position of the new grounds will greatly increase the gate."
Treherbert. On Saturday, Sunday and Monday last, the half-yearly preaching services of Soar (W.B.) Chapel, Tynewydd. were held. Special sermons were preached by the Revs. J. Griffiths, Calfaria, Aberdare, and J. Nicholas, Tonypandy. --+-- Two very large congregations assembled at Bute Square (C.M.) Chapel on Sunday afternoon and evening, on the occasion of the anniversary services. County Coun- cillor Enoch Davies, J.P., occupied the chair throughout the day. At the even- ing service, selections were rendered by the Bethany Male Voice Party (conducted by Mr. David Kinsey), and the Children's Choir of Bethany (conducted by Mr. Geo. Edwards). Among others who took part were:—Misses Nana Jones and Gwladys Davies, and Mr. Harry Evans, Pentre; Miss Mary- Jones and Messrs. Solomon Rees and Rees Edwards, Gelli; and Misses Muriel Doughty, Beatrice Strad- ling, and Katie Edwards. Eviry item met with well deserved approval. 12 Bladed Safety Razors, The Ever Ready at 51-, the Gillette at 21/- Local AgeriÍi- :R. T. Jones, The Tram Terminus, Treherbert. 4893 The I.L.P. are working; strenuously in our midst. Another meeting was held at the Treherbert Boys" School on Wednes- day. A lecture on "Socialism" was given by Mr. J. Evans, of Ruskin College. The Treherbert Ex-Schooboys Rugby Club have aryain decided to toe the leather. A successful trial match was held on the Cricket Field on Saturday. Several meetings of the members of this organisation have recently been called, and most of the arrangements for the season have been made. The team will enter the Second Division of the Old Boys' League, in which they can be very successful if they have kept up their form of last season. Tom Evans has been elected captain, and the appointed secre- tary is Mr. Harry Davies,
Treorchy. "■Edward Jones (otherwise known as (nred y Brawd "), married, Ynyswen, Treorchy, met with a serious accident at Abergprchy Colliery on Friday. A huge stone fell on both of his legs, resulting, in the fracture of his right leg; below the knee and injuring his right arm. A num- ber of comrades rendered first-aid, and Jones was conveyed home on a stretcher. We deeply regret to record the sad death of Mr. Lewis Evans, aged 45, 17, Regent Street, who passed away on Mon- day night last week, an hour or so after retiring to bed. The coroner, Mr. R. J. Rhys, held an inquest on the body on Friday at the Workmen's Institute. The jury returned a verdict that death was due to natural causes. The funeral took place on Saturday. The Horeb (W.C,.) annual tea was held on Thursday last and was largely, at- tended. --+- The Treorchy Literary Society has commenced its winter session, and there is every prospect of a good time. Dr. Morris' (Noddfa) is expected to deliver the inaugural address, and Dr. J. R. Armstrong will occupy the chair. A meeting of the Society was held on Wednesday evening at the Workmen's
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Institute. The following were elected officers for the ensuing session: -Presi- dent, Mr. R. C.t,Austin; vice-president, Mr. J. Davies-Evans; treasurer, Mr. W. D. Evans financial secretary, Mr. Evan Jones (Ton); registrar, Mr. T. G. Thomas; and secretary, Mr. Idris Thomas. An English Congregational Church was duly formed and established at the Park and Dare Workmen's Institute on Sun- day, and the services held were very largely attended. The afternoon was set apart for a special service, when several ministers took part. The Rev. D. Rhagfyr Jones (Bethania) officiated. Half-yearly meetings were held at Hermon Chapel on Sunday. The Rev. J. Phillips, Owmavon, officiated. Mr. John Williams, son of Mr. John Williams, engineer, Dunraven Terrace, has accepted a "call" to Ebenezer (W.C.) Church, Oefn, Pontycymmer. A conspicuous feature during, the Royal procession on Saturday evening was the sending up of a balloon, 9 feet in length, by the popular artist-engineer-motorist, Mr. David J. Ryan, who executed the magnificent album address presented to H.R.H. Princess Louise on her visit to the district recently. The funeral (which was confined to gentlemen) of Miss Eleanor Mary (Nellie) Thomas, aged 25 years, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Thomas, ironmonger, Treorchy, whose death we announced last week, took place on Saturday at Treorchy Cemetery. The Rev. Dr. Morris (Noddfa), assisted by the Rev. W. M. Jones (Horeb), officiated. The chief mourners were —Mr. Daniel Thomas (father); Messrs. Bert, Jack, Robert, Arthur, Ernest, Harry, Oscar and Dan Thomas (brothers) Mr. Robert Morgan, Swansea (cousin); Messrs. Thomas Lewis, Cardiff, John Thomas. Swansea, Enoch, David and Thomas Morgan, Swansea, and John Palmer, Treorchy (uncles); Messrs. Thos. Edwards, London; W. Rees, Cardiff; and John Johns, Treorchy. Wreaths and other floral tributes were sent by: — Father and mother; Willie, Edgar and Lizzie (brothers and sister-in-law); Mas- ter Clifford Thomas; Mrs. Gregory and Miss E. Thomas, Swansea,; Miss Sarah Ann Thomas, Welton-on-Thames; Miss Winnie Griffiths, Ton; Mr. and Mrs. David Williams, builder, Pontypridd; Mrs. Ada, Jones and family, Tynybedw Street; Mrs. Williams and family, Melvin House, Treorchy; Mr. Tom Pritchard, surveyor; Mrs. Isaac and family, Luton Street: Mr. and Mrs. T. Michael and family; Mr. and Mrs. D. L. Short, grocer; Miss Alicia M. Cove, Herbert Street; Miss Bex Jones, Temple of Fashion: Mr. and Mrs. Bembow, Howard Street; Miss C. Williams, Peiiydarren, Merthyr; Mrs. E. G. Petite, Solloway, London and Miss Jessie Hollis, Somerset.
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Gelli. A party of young men, about fifty in number, have formed themselves together under the title of Bethany Glee Society. They have been very fortunate in having as their conductor Mr. David Mills, the popular precentor of Bethany (C.M.) Church, Gelli. Mr. David J. Lukey will act as accompanist, whilst they will also be favoured with the assistance of Mr. Dan Davies, of Rhondda Glee fame. The financial side of the Society is well looked after by the energetic secretary and trea- surer, Messrs. William Madley and Owen Mantle respectively.
Pentre. If sufficient students can be obtained, it is probable that a class for Advanced Practical Mathematics (Second Stage, South Kensington) will be arranged at Ton Boys' School this winter. Infor- mation can be obtained from Mr. D. Thomas, B.Sc., Pentre. The class in Elementary Practical Mathematics will meet on Tuesday, October 5th. A short time ago, in these columns, we gave a brief account of the successes of Dir. Trevor Davies, B.S., B.Sc. (son of Alderman E. H. Davies, Pentre). He has just secured an important appoint- ment as house physician under Sir Thomas Bardow, the King's specialist. It is interesting to note that this appointment has previously been held by only one Welshman, namely, Dr. Tom Lewis, Tynant, another brilliant son from Wales. --+- Hockey practices of the Pentre team have been held on Saturday afternoons in anticipation of a keen and hard game with their near rivals at Treorchy. There is a galaxy of talent in each team, so that a good match ought to be witnessed at Ystrad next Saturday afternoon. The chief difficulty which hinders the progress of our local: football clubs is that of obtaining a suitable nlaying field. The Thursday Football Club, a rising organ- isation, has recently been endeavouring to secure a decent liome," but the efforts have hitherto been unsuccessful. It is a great pity that the Griffin Park is not available for public use. In spite of their difficulties, the Thursdays have been successful from a match-winning point of view, and in the near future will make it warm for other clubs in the Thursday League. A special Sunday School meeting was held at Siloh on Sunday afternoon, over which the Rev. J. J. Williams presided. The chief feature of the meeting was the presentation of prizes and certificates to those who had been successful at the annual Scriptural examinations held by the Sunday Schools of Welsh Congrega- tional Churches. The good work done during the previous school year resulted in an unusual number of successes, in eluding two first prizes, one second prize, two third prizes, and 136 certificates. This school can be proud of its record, and we trust that present and future efforts will tend towards improvement of such a magnificent achievement. In addi- tion, over 40 booics were presented on behalf of the London Missionary Society to those children who had collected 5s. and upwards towards the funds of the Society, the sum collected amounting to over jE14 7s. Songs and recitations were contributed during the afternoon.
Pontygfwaith. Harvest Thanksgiving Services.—On Thursday evening and Sunday last, har- vest thanksgiving services were held at St. Mary' Magdalene Church. On Thurs- day evening, the service was conducted by the Rev. T. Walters, B.A., curate of Cwmbwrla, Swansea (formerly of Ponty- gwaith), and on Sunday by the Rev. Howell Parry, L.D., curate of Penygraig. The church was tastefully decorated with fruit and flowers. j On Sunday and Monday last, anniver- sary services were held at Soar (W.C.) Chapel, when vigorous sermons were preached by the Revs. Oscar Owen, Cymmer, Porth, and J. Williams, Ynys- gau, Merthyr. A practice match was played on Satur- day by the Penrhys Hockey Team on the Athletic Grounds. There was a full attendance of members.
Ogmore Vale. Presentation.—A large number congre- gated at the English Congregational Chapel on Wednesday night, the 15th inst., to celebrate the departure of the Rev. G. Evans. On behalf of the church, the following gentlemen made presenta- tions:-lilt-. Wm. Richards, illuminated address; Mr. Jos. Abel, two separate photographs of Mr. and Mrs. Evans; Mr. David Peters, fountain pen; and Mr. Daniels, walking-stick. The late pastor and Mrs. Evans were accorded a very hearty send-off. The pulpit at the above chapel was occupied on Sunday last by the Rev. Iona M. Williams Llanelly. Big Meetings.—The special services in connection with Bethania (W.G.) Chapel were held on Saturday evening and Sun- day last. The preacher was the Rev. Peter Price, M.A., Dowlais, whose eloquent discourses attracted a crowded attendance at each service. •—: National Secular Society.—A meeting under the auspices of the above Society was held in the open air near the Police Station on Sunday afternoon. The meet- ing was addressed by Mr. T. Bennett, Mountain Ash, who spoke on Is the Bible the Inspired Word of God ?*" A large number attended, and at the end numerous questions were asked. Boxing.—At Prof. Frank Gess' Pavilion on Saturday night, there were two special attractions. The chief was a 10- rounds contest between Harry Wariie (London) and Jim Reynolds (Aberavon). Reynolds knocked his opponent out in the third round. The other contest was between Albert Coates (local) and Young Walters (Pontypool), who undertook to silence Coates inside sis rounds. He did so in the first round. Hockey.—The enthusiasm aroused over I hockey last season has not abitediii the least—in fact, it has become more intense. This season, Ogmore Vale will have three teamis-a gentlemen's Wednesday team, and ladies' and gentlemen's teams on Saturdays. Mr. Jim Mereweather has been elected captain of the Wednesdays, with Mr. Ben Richards as secretary. The captain of the ladies' team is Miss A. Jones, with Miss Edwards as secretary. A meeting for the Saturdays takes place this week, when officers will be elected. Minstrels.—Local vocalists have for the past few weeks been busily occupied in the formation of a minstrel troupe, which has been christened "snowdrops." Mr. T. Thomas is troupe manager, with Mr. Wm. Caple as accompanist, and Mr. B. A. Davies as, secretary. We understand that concerts will be given during the winter months, the first to be held being
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Porth. The list of Evening Classes for this dis- trict has just been published. Among other classes which have been resuscitated after lying dormant for a few years is one in Theoretical and Practical Mag- netism and Electricity (First Stage, South Kensington Course). We may point out to our readers in Mid-Rhondda, Porth, &c., that this opportunity will be well worth taking advantage of. --+-- The funeral took place on Monday afternoon last of Mr. G. G. Caldicot, of Foundry Place, Porth. Mr. Caldicot—as reported in our last issue—met his death whilst following his employment at the Trehafod Pit on Tuesday afternoon of last week. Deceased, who was only 39 years of age, was very well .known in Porth and district, having been for many years secretary of the Porth Labour Council. He had also been secretary of the Hafod Colliery Federation Lodge, while he also did a great amount of regis- tration work for the Liberal party at Porth. Deceased leaves a widow and five children to mourn his loss. The inter- ment took place at Llethrddu Cemetery, Trealaw, the Rev. D. Hopkins officiating. The chief mourners were: —Mrs. G. Caldicot (widow); "Master Sydney Caldicot (son); Misses Annie, Katie, Vera and Ivy Caldicot (daughters); Messrs. T. C., Arthur, and Jesse Caldicot, Old Tredegar (brothers); Mr. and Mrs. Kainsbury (brother-in-law and sister); Mr. and Mrs. J. Morgan (brother-in-law and sister); Mrs. H. Morgan (mother-in-law) Messrs. J. Morgan, G. Morgan and F. H. Morgan (brothers-in-law); Mr. and Mrs. E. Jefferies (brother and sister-in-law); Mr. and Mrs. Wilding, Cowbridge (brother and sister-in-law); Mr. and Mrs. J. Mor- gan, Cymmer (brother and sister-in-law); Mrs. C. Thomas, Pontypridd; Mr. and Mrs. J. Wedlake, Porth; Mr. and Mrs. M. Thomas, Porth: Masters Walter Morgan, Willie Jefferies, and Henry Wedlake, Porth (nephews), Represented at the funeral were the Porth and District Trades and Labour Council, the Lady Lewis and Cymmer Ambulance Corps, and the 20th Century Equitable Friendly Society. The- coffin was covered with beautiful wreaths, one having been sent by the Porth Trades and Labour Council.
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Cwmparc. A serious accident occurred on the sur- face of Park Colliery on Saturday morn- ing last. A wooden crane was being used to lift various weighty implements, when it suddenly collapsed and two black- smiths—Joseph Rowlands and Edwin Williams—were penned beneath the fallen bulk. The first-named sustained a frac- tured thigh: and a. severe ecalpi wound, and it is feared his leg must be ampu- tated. Williams also sustained a broken leg and contusions on the body. Drs. Armstrong and Barrett were immediately in attendance, and rendered the sufferers invaluable assistance. Cwmparc had one representative-Mr. Tom Thomas—in the Royal Male Voice Party, which received such a magnificent welcome on its return to Treorchy last Saturday after a, protracted tour in the Colonies. It was gratifying to note the Cwmparc Silver Band taking such a pro- minent part in the proceedings, and then high-class renditions were highly appre- ciated by the colossal crowds. Local sport lovers are talking of a peculiar coincidence in the up-to-date record of the goals scored by their Soccer team. It is quite an interesting example of arithmetical progression, for against Ton (the first match) the net was found once, against Mardy twice, against Car- once, against Mardy twice, against Car- diff Corinthians thrice^ against Pembroke Dock four times, ana against Trehafod five times, while the score against in each case was one goal. One sportsman has made a wager that the sequence will be maintained against Cardiff City. who are due on Saturday. But probably against Merthyr away in a fortnight's time, says one pessimist, there will be talk of an inverse ratio." --+- A Rhondda lad who had been absent from school for a day was asked by his teacher the reason for his absence. Please, sir," said he, I had nervous nobility." This reminds us of the old Cwmparc lady who, talking: of her son, said, Dr. Armstrong says he has a very weak concertina." The good soul meant constitution. One of Mr. Will Taylor's numerous olive branches is an adventurous youth aetat 3. After lending his gracious patronage to the mid-day meal on Sunday last, and showing no small abilitv as a trencherman, he hit upon the idea. of taking a solitary stroll, possibly with a view to an improved digestion. He was missing tea-time, and at a late hour the news was brought that the wanderer had been housed, fed and temporarily lodged by a, kind housewife at Tynewydd, Tre- herbert. The ride homeward in the tramcar he considers a fitting climax to his day's adventures.
Nantymoel. Annual Meetings.—The annual preach- ing services in connection with Horeb (E.B.) Church, Nantymoel, were held on Sunday and Monday, when the Rev. E. W. Davies, Ton-Pentre, and the Rev. H. Harding, Newport, preached stirring and masterly discourses to crowded and appreciative congregations. The singing of the choir, under the able leadership of Mr. John Evans, was of the usual high standard. Miss Lily Davies, A.L.C.M., ably presided at the organ. The collec- tions towards the building fund realisec] a gratifying sum. The funeral of Mrs. James, the beloved wife of Mr. James James, 40, Commercial Street, Nantymoel, and who died on the 14th inst., at the age of 67 years, took place on Monday, the 20th inst., the remains being: conveyed to Llangeinor Parish Churchyard, amidst signs of general regret. The Rev. A. J. Edwards, M.A., vicar of Llangeinor, officiated at the house and graveside. Wreaths had been sent by Mns. Totterdale, 11, Station Road, Nantymoel, and Mr. Cook, Bridg- end and three other wreaths had been contributed by members of the family. The chief mourners were:—Mr. James James (husband); Mr. and Mrs. William James (son and daughter-in-law); Mr. and Mrs. A. Rumsey, Pontycymmer (son- in-law and daughter); Mr. and Mrs. A. James, Swansea, (son and daughter-in- law); Mr. and Mrs. L. Stott, Nantymoel (son-in-law and daughter); Mr. and Mrs. A. Redman, Newport (son-in-law and daughter); Messrs. A. and F. James (sons) Miss V. B. James (daughter); Mrs. Preece, Pontypridd, and Mrs. Wil- liams, Caerphilly (sisters); Mrs. Barnet, Garth, Mrs. Priddle, Pontycymmer, and Mrs. Evans, Llanelly (nieces). Deceased had resided at Nantymoel for the past 28 years, and was very highly respected by all her acquaintances. The deepest sym- pathy is felt for Mr. James and his family in their sorrow. I
Tonyrefaii. On Wednesday evening last the usual monthly meeting of the Chamber of Trade was held at the Institute. After the business items of tHe meeting, were gone through, a paper was read by Mr. E'. J. Rowlands, on Tariff Reform." The paper was much appreciated and was well debated upon by several of the members of the Chamber. A vote of thanks to Mr. E. J. Rowlands for his interesting paper concluded the meeting. On Sunday and Monday last, the har- vest festival services were held at St. David's Church. The special preachers were:-Sunday, tl-ivrev. J. Gower Jones, vicar of Glyntaff; and on Monday, the Rev. J. P. Griffiths, vicar of Pontypridd. On Sunday evening, the choir rendered the anthem, Make a joyful noise." The services were well attended. The collec- tions were devoted to the Church Pastoral Aid Society and the Parochial Clergy Stipend Fund. The church was prettily decorated with gifts of flowers, fruit, vegetables, &c. JMOUNTNEY (late J Oorctinz), 42, Royal Arcade, CARDIFF, Bird and Animal f; r asoryer. To the Most Hon. The Marquis of Bute and the Cardiff Museum* Skina and Furs Dressed Bugi lined and md up. Glass shades or Clocks and Ornamen s of all a zaa
Trealaw, At Oarmel, Trealaw, on Friday evening last, a "social and presentation meeting was held to mark the departure of Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Williams, late of Peny- graig and Porth, on their removal to Neath, where Mr. Williams has been ap- pointed superintendent of the Refuge Assurance Company. Mr. Williams has for several years occupied the post of choir conductor and filled various other offices at the above church, and his depar- ture is keenly regretted. The meeting was presided over by the Rev. J. Lamb (pastor). The presentation, • which con- sisted of a, magnificent silver tea service, was made by Mr. A. J. Cook. Others who addressed the meeting, were Messrs. W. J. Jones, J. Nest Jones, and J. Parsons. We regret to report the sudden death of Miss Jane Williams, sister of Mr. Hopkin Williams, undertaker, Trealaw. Miss Williams went to Porthcawl on Mon- day, the 13th inst, to spend an holiday, and on Friday last, whilst on the Com- mon, was taken suddenly ill and died immediately. At the inquest, which was held on Monday at Porthcawl, Miss Ruth Saunders, of Ystrad, a cousin of the deceased, stated that they were sitting together on a seat on Lock's Common, when Mil. Williams suddenly became ill. Dr. J. D. Alexander was called, but Miss Williams was dead when he arrived. The doctor said there was a. goitre, which was much distended and discoloured. The cause of death was internal hemorrhage. A verdict accordingly was returned. The deceased lady was a, very old inhabitant of Mid-Rihondda, having, lived in the locality for the past forty years. She was well known and respected by all who came in contact with her. She had reached the age of 51 years, and will be sadly missed by her brother, Mr. Hopkin Williams, with whom she resided. The funeral, which was attended only by the relatives of the, deceased, took place on Tuesday at Llangeinor Cemetery, near Blackmill. The following were the chief mourners: —Mr. H. Williams;, Trealaw (brother!); Mrs. Jones, Cardiff, Mrs. Jen- Kins, Ystrad, Miss Ruth Saunders, Heol- fach, Ystrad, Mrs. F. Evans, Garw Val- ley, and Mrs. Ellen Davies, Garw Valley (cousins); Mr. Jenkins, Porthcawl, and Mr. Wm. Jenkins, Porthcawl (cousins). The body was conveyed by road from Porthcawl to Llangeinor.
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