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Tonypandy. He are informed that, from the first of this month, the Excise Officer has been withdrawn from Tonypandy, and there will in future be no Customs stud Excise Offi-ce in Mid-Rhondda, the last officer, Mr. Dungan, having been removed to Ireland. The Tonypandy district has been broken up and divided among the surrounding officers. It is worth noting that pensions and license work in Ystrad and Gelli is now in the hands of the officer at Treherbert: all Mid-Rhondda goes to the officer at Pontvgwaith, and Llantrisant parish is divided between the officer at Pontypridd and the officer at Cowbridge. ~t fy~t f\ What does it mean ? The date J_ j JL I.I, the Sun Insurance Office was established The cost of insuring All ordinary dwelling-hou^e. or its contents, for a year against risk of fire is only about 16 per £ 100. Ageitt, W. P. Jones, Rhondda Leader." Office Excelsior, Buildings, Tonypandy. c76i24
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Foreign missionary services were held at the English Wesleyan Chapel on Sun- day, conducted by the Rev. A. C. Rose (of China). A public meeting was held at the same place on Tuesday evening, presided over by County Councillor Enoch Davies, J.P., when interesting addresses on missionary work were given by the Revs. W. J. Britton, A. C. Rose, and T. Buckingham. A collection in aid of foreign missionary work was taken. The annual Sunday School tea of Hope (E.B.) Chapel was held on Monday, and proved a great success. The proceeds were in aid of the Sunday School funds. In order to render some financial aid to Mr. Walter Hambury, Treherbert, who ha-s been unable to follow his employment for the last twelve months, through ill- ness, a smoking concert was given at the Baglan Hotel on Friday night. A good number of tickets were sold and a large audience assembled. Several well-known local artistes and comedians contributed towards the programme. Mr. Llewellyn Vaughan discharged the duties of secre- tary. 12 Bhulecl Safety Razors. The Ever Ready at 5/ the Gillette at 21/- Local Agent— R. T. Jones, The Tram Terminus, Treherbert. 4893
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Ystrad. At the Bodringallt Schools on Satur- day evening last, a supper was given to the Ystrad-Rhondda Ambulance Division and the ladies of the Nursing Class. After the repast, certificates and medal- lions were presented to the successful candidates. Mr. Edgar Hall, M.E., pre- sided, and referred to the work done by ambulance men in colliery districts. He also emphasised the necessity of a hos- pital in the district, and urged all pre- sent to support any movement to this end. The Rev. T. D. Jones, Bodringallt, presented the following ladies with certi- ficates -Miss Janet A. Rees, Mrs. T. Davies, Miss Sophia Thomas and Mrs. Martha Samuel; medallions, Miss M. A., Harries, Miss Rachel Davies, Miss May Dalies, Miss Blodwen Davies, Miss Edith Williams, and Miss Elizabeth M. Davies. The following were presented by the chairman: -Oertificates, W. E. Morris, M.E., Thomas May, Lodwick Roberts, W. M. Lewis, Walter Lewis, H. Stephens; vouchers, T. J. James, Alb. Jenkins, D. J. Owen and Jenkin Vaughan; medal- lions, J. H. Cia-ple,, T. John, Geo. (Ml ins, Wm.' James, John Jenkins, J. Pritchard and David Pugh; labels, E. Jones, and Idris Davies. Mr. J. Jones, M.E. (Bod- ringallt), superintendent of the Division, presented Dr. E. L. Phillips, hon. sur- geon, with a valuabe collection of books on behalf of the members. Dr. Phillips was also presented with a silver soup tureen and ladle by Miss M. A. Harriets on behalf of the Nursing Class. Dr. Phillips acknowledged the gifts with a graceful speech. A gold pendant, bear- ing the emblem of the St. John Ambu- lance Brigade, was presented to the hon. secretary, Mr. Hanani Williams, by Sergt. B. Hammond, who remarked that no worthier person lived in the locality. Mr. Williams, in responding, declared that he was willing to do all in his power to fur- ther this noble work, Mr. Dd. Edmunds, hon. treasurer, was similarly honoured at the hands of Mr. J. 1-1. Caple, drill in- structor. Mr. T. 0. Osmond (superin- tendent secretary Rhondda Fawr Corps) addressed the meeting, and dwelt with the strength of the various divisions. The hon. secretary also gave a detailed account of ambulance work in Ystrad during the past sixteen years. An enjoy- able programme of music was contributed by Messrs. W. Meredith and W. Hatton, Mr. W. Harries presiding at the piano- fore. The arrangements were admirably carried out by Mr. Idris Davies. Letters of regret for non-attendance were re- ceived from Assistant Commissioner T. E. Richards, Mardy; Chief Superinten- dent Tom Davies, Dr. W. E. Thomas, Ystrad; Mr. W. D. Wight, M.E., and Councillor Thos. Thomas, J.P. Tire following is a quotation from a letter written by Mr. F. G. Ogilvie of the Board of Education, transmitting; the report of H.M. Inspector —" Rhondda Bodringallt School.—This is a particularly efficient school (in ambulance and nursing), and the pupils are very smart in their drill and ambulance work. The apparatus possessed is the private pro-
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Porth. Mr. Parr presided over a fine meeting at the P.S.A. service held at the John Pugh Memorial Hall on Sunday after- noon last. The musical part of the pro- gramme was contributed by Miss Elsther Cooper, of Ynyishir who sang ( The Lost Ohord" and" 0 Divine Redeemer very effectively; Mr. Tom Richards (tenor), and Mr. E. Watther (instrumentalist). On Wednesday evening last, Mr. and Mrs. Walter J. May, of Eirw Road, Porth, celebrated their silver wedding with an enjoyable little function. Numer- ous friends and relatives took part therein, and very warmly congratulated the happy couple upon the occasion. Mr. May is better known as the genial traffic superintendent of the Pontypridd Elec- trical Tramways. He has had a long and varied expenenee with tramways, having served in all about 32 years in South Wales. Mr. and Mrs. May were the recipients of a number of beautiful silver presents. Several selections and solos were rendered by the guests. Mr. Harry Goldsworthy presided on Thursday evening last over a meeting of the Central Committee of the B.P. Scouts at the Y.M.C.A. Assembly Rooms, Porth. The Troops represented were Porth and Trehafod, Ferndale and Ynyrshir. It was decided to hold a united parade on Thursday, the 18th inst., and a lecture will be given at the Y.M.C.A. on Scout- ing," illustrated by limelight views. In reply to congratulations sent him by the local corps on the occasion of his being knighted, General Sir Baden-Powell wrote the following letter to Mr. Goldsworthy October 9th, 1909. Thank you very much for your kind message to me, but I, too, ought to congratulate your scout- masters and scouts, because the honour which the King has conferred upon me as your head is also meant as an honour to you, showing His Majesty's great approval of the good work which you are all doing towards making yourselves the future men of the Empire.-R. S. Baden- Powell."
Ferndale. A presentation meeting was held at North Street Congregational Chapel on Tuesday last, .when Mrs. Howells, the organist, was presented with a handsome marble clock on the occasion of her mar- riage. The Rev. J. E. Harries, pastor of the church, presided, and the presen- tation was made by Mr. M. Morris (senior deacon), who spoke in eulogistic terms of the services rendered by Mrs. Howells during the fifteen years she had acted as organist of the church. Addresses were also delivered by Messrs. D. Lloyd, D. Morgan, Llewellyn Williams, Enoch Davies and Harry Heard, all of thorn spoke in the highest terms of Mrs. ITowells and of her services. On Thursday evening, at Trerhondda, Chapel, an excellent lecture on The New Theology was delivered by the Rev. R. Morris, M.A., B.D., Dolgelly, under the auspices of the Free Church Council. There was a, large and appreciative audi- ence. Councillor Daniel Evans, as usual, made an excellent chairman. At Tabernacle Chapel, on Monday evening, a lecture was delivered on the subject, "What is the Bible P" by the Rev. T. Rhondda Williams. This was one of the series held under the auspices of the Ferndale Industrial Co-operative Society, Ltd. The lecturer received a flattering reception, and was repeatedly applauded during his interesting and in- structive discourse. Mr. Lewis Watkins took the chair. Minstrels' Concert. The" Snowdrops," the recently formed minstrel troupe, made their first appearance before the public on Wednesday night, the 3rd inst., when they gave a concert at Nantymoel Hall. The object was to present Mr. D. Rees, a young man who some time ago unfortunately had to have a leg ampu- tated as a result of an injury while fol- lowing his employment as a collier, with an artificial leg. The concert had been well advertised and was excellently i patronised, the spacious hall being crowded.
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Tylorstown. On Tuesday last, a. very pretty wedding took lace at Holy Trinity Church. The contracting parties were Dr. Richard Fox Br-yn, Port Talbot, and Miss Helena Havard Cannon, niece of the Rev. and Mrs. Rees, Vicarage, Tylorstown. The bride, who was prettily attired, was given away by her brother, Mr. John Cannon, while Miss Maggie Cannon acted as bridesmaid. The Rev. J. Rees, vicar of Tylorstown (uncle of bride), officiated. After the ceremony, a reception was held at the Vicarage, after which the happy couple left for London, where the honey- moon is being spent. On Wednesday last, a bnaquet was held at the Diamond Jubilee Hotel, under the auspices of the St. John Ambulance Brigade (Tylorstown Division). The guests of the evening, were Mr. T. Vivian-Rees, Cardiff (head, secretary of Messrs." D. Davis and Sons, Ltd.. Ferndale and Tylorstown) Mr: F. Llewellyn Jacobs, Ferndale (agent of Messrs. D., Davis and Sonsi); Mr. Taliesyn E. Richards (agent Lockett's Merthyr Collieries, Mardy), superintendent Rhondda Fach Corps; Mr. Tom Davies, Pentre (superintendent- Rhondda Fawr Corps); Superintendent Davidson, Great Western Colliery, Ponty- pridd; Dr. Morris, Mardy and the local managers of Messrs. D. Davis and Sons' Collieries, Tylorstown. Dr. T. H. Morris presided. In proposing the toast of The Patron of the Order of St. John," the President referred in glowing terms to His Majesty the King, who had dona so much for the Order. This toast was re- ceived with much enthusiasm, after which Mr. J. T. Jones gave a fine rendering of "The Wolf." Mr. T. Vivian-Rees fol- lowed with the toast of The St. John Ambulance Brigade," coupled with the names of Superintendent Davies and Superintendent Richards, and presented labels, medallions, vouchers and certifi- cates to members of the Brigade. Coun- cillor D. Smith afterwards gave the toast of The Tylorstown Division of the Rhondda Fach Corpe," coupled with the names of Dr. E. J. Morris (hon. surgeon) and Superintendent and Hon. Sec. J. H. Davies. In presenting both gentlemen with a photograph of the Tylorstown Brigade, he said it was a pleasure to pre- sent such gentlemen as Dr. Morris and Mr. Davies. They were a credit to the district. The Guests was given by Mr. D. Fenwick; "The President" was given by Mr" Tom Morgan, Queen's Square; whilst the "Host and Hostess" was given by the president, who thanked Mr. and Mrs. Jones for their good cater- ing. The programme consisted of scng, Thora," Mr. John Daniel; recitation from Shakespeare bv Mr. L. D. Lewis song, "Big Ben," Mr. Godfrey Price; song, "Anchored," Mr. J. T. Jones; recitation. Mr. L. D. Lewis song, The Storm Fiend," Mr. Godfrey Price.
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I Treherbert. The Rev. H. Harris, D.D., the popular pastor of Libanus Chapel, delivered an interesting Welsh lecture to a large audi- ence at Libanus last Thursday evening, on Castles in the Air." Mr. D. James j (Defynog) presided. I Mr. Bruce Glazier addressed a very large and highly appreciative audience on Socialism at the Treherbert Girls' School on Thursday evening, under the auspices of the local branch of the I.L.P. Mr. S. Dayment presided. On Monday evening last, the Rev. J. Stitt Wilson paid his first visit to Tre- herbert, when he addressed a good gather- ing at the Girls' School. The chair was taken by Mr. Raymond. Half-yearly meetings were held at Horeb (C.M.) Chapel on Sunday, when eloquent sermons were preached by the Revs. W. J. Jones, B.A., Treforest, and W. D. Morris, Cwmaman. The Rev. D. J. Henry, Cwmparc, was the officiating minister at the harvest thanksgiving services held at Bute Square Chapel on Sunday. The edifice was crowded at each service. Solos were ren- dered at the afternoon and evening ser- vices. The collections taken were in aid of the church funds. Half-yearly services in connection with Hope (E.B.) Sunday School were held on Sunday last. Solos, recitations, and duets were rendered by teachers and scholars. In the evening, a service of song, entitled Faithful and True (John Blackburn), was excellently ren- dered by the church choir, under the able leadership of Mr. William David.
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Gelli. On Sunday and Monday last, half- yearly meetings were held at Siloam (W.B.). The Revs. T. Cynog Williams, Heolyfelin. Aberdare. and T. Davies, Pentre, preached splendid sermons to crowded congregations. On Saturday, Mr. Henry Hooper, Gelli, passed away after a short illness. The deceased leaves a widow and six children to mourn his loss. Mr. Hooper was one of the most faithful members at Zion (E'.B.), Pentre, for many years.
IVSaesteg Lecture.-On Wednesday evening, the 3rd inst., an interesting lecture was delivered in Tabor (C.M.) Chapel, when the Rev. John Williams, Brynsiencyn, dwelt on the character of John Elias o Fon." The lecture was well attended. The proceeds were for the building fund. Accident.—Mr. Isaac Bevan, of Shoe- maker's Row, Maesteg, met with a serious accident on Wednesday. the 3rd inst., in the Maesteg Deep Colliery, a stone fall- ing on him. The injured man died on Friday evening. He leaves a widow and three children. Octogenarian's Death.—The funeral of Mrs. A. Davies, of 2, Princess Street, Maesteg, took place at the Maesteg Cemetery on Wednesday afternoon. The deceased was 83 years of age, and an old inhabitant of the town. The Rev. W. R. Bowen, Carmel, officiated at the house and graveside. Canaan.—On Sunday, the 7th inst., a successful series of musical services was inaugurated in Canaan Chapel, St. Michael's Road, when the Fisk Jubilee Singers rendered solos and trios, which were greatly appreciated. Town Hall.—This week, Mr. Frank M. Thorne presented his company in a thrilling drama, entitled Napoleon the Great." Mr. Thorne. in the title role, immediately secured the attention of the delighted audience.
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Trealaw. I We regret to note that Mr. Thomas Davies, one of the oldest residents in Mid-Rhondda, is lying seriously ill at his sister's—Mrs. William Morgan—residence at Maesyrhaf, Trealaw. We unite in the general wish that his recovery will be speedy and complete.
Tonypandy. The Rev. J. Stitt Wilson, M.A., the well-known Socialist lecturer, addressed two large gatherings at the Theatre Royal on Sunday last.
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perty of the brigade. It would he well if the Local Authority would supply the bones, diagrams &c., necessary to illus- trate properly the lessons." Bethgar (E.G.) Church, Ystrad-Rhon- dda, held special services at the above place of worship on Sunday last. The services were conducted by the newly appointed pastor, the Rev. T. Anthony, of Mountain Ash. Solos were rendered by Mr. J. Thomas, of Ystrad, and the choir rendered pleasing selections. A tea and sale of work were held at the same place on Monday. Presiding at the tables were: -Mis,s Smith, Miss Farr, Miss J. Evans and Miss Annie Jones; whilst Mrs. Jones and Mrs. Sutton pre- sided at the stalls.