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Nantymoel.

Ogmore Vale.

. Clydach Vale.

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! Gelli.

Treorchy.

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Treorchy. The Conservative Club Assembly Room was conveniently filled on Thursday evening last on the occasion of presenting Mr. and Mrs. George M. Hill (previous steward of the club) with a roll-top desk and an illuminated address (executed by Mr. D. J. Ryan,'Treorchy), in recognition of services rendered the club during Mr. Hill's stewardship. Mr. J. W. Rowsell, who presided, referred in glowing t3rms to both recipients. During the evening, speeches were made by members of the club, and an excellent musical programme was gone through. A benefit concert was held at Ramah Chapel (kindly lent) on Thursday evening, the proceeds of which were devoted to Mr. David Rees Davies, 26, Herbert St., who has been ill for some time. Mr. Howell Howells (Treorchy Schools), who arranged the programme for the evening;, presided, and Miss Minnie Ashton, A.L.C.M., accompanied. On Friday evening, at the Park and Dare Workmen's Institute, Dr. R. D. Chalke, M.A., Portli, gave an instructive lecture on What is Education? "under the auspices of the Treorchy Literary Society. Mr. R. G. Austin, in the un- avoidable absence of Dr. J. R. Armstrong, presided over a large gathering. A unique presentation meeting was held at the Lion Hotel on Saturday evening, when five members of the Royal Welsh Male Choir—Messrs. William, Thomas (conductor), David Powell, Wm. Jones, T. J. Thomas and Evan Davies-wer(3 made recipients of a silver-mounted ebony walking-stick each by the Ivorites (Lion) lodge to commemorate their return from their tour of the British Colonies. There was a large gathering, under the presi- dency of Mr. Thomas Eivans, P.D.P. A well-arranged miscellaneous programme was gone through during the evening, when the following contributed: -Reci- tations, Miss Rachel Thomas, Some- body's Mother," Miss Beatrice Thomas, Y Royal Treorci Boys," and Mr. Daniel Evans, A Breach of Promise of Mar- riage solos and duets, Mr. Gwilym Jones, Misses M. J. Jones and Davies, Mr. David Davies (R.W.M.C.), Mr. Tom Williams, and the ever-welcome Mr. Todd Jones, who completely brought down the house." Mr. George Evans ably accompanied on the piano. An interest- ing feature was" penillion reading by Ap Rhidion, Evan Williams (Maesy- cymmer), David James (Treorchy), and Mr. T. R. Davies.

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Ystrad-Rhondda.

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Mardy.

Treherbert.

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Ferndale.

Trealaw.

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Rev. Conrad Noel at Clydach…

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