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Business Prospects, 1910.



Treherbert. Mr. Ayles, Cardiff, addressed a fair audience on Socialism at a meeting of the local I.L.P., which was held on Friday evening at the Treherbert Girls' School. Mr. Lloyd officiated as chairman. A successful tectorial concert was held at Hope (E.B.) Chapel last Wednesday evening in aid of the Sunday School and Band of Hope. The edifice was fairly crowded. The following items were' beautifully illustrated —" Home, Sweet Home; or, Christie's Old Organ," by Mr. Evan Rees; quartet, Jesu, Lover of my soul," Misses M. and E. Rees, Messrs. W. Rees and T. Jones recitation, Christmas Day in the Workhouse," Miss B. Stradling; solo, "The Toilers," Miss M. Rees. Miss Wakely presided at the organ. The manipulation of the lantern was entrusted to the careful hands of Mr. Harry Roberts. In connection with St. Mary's Church, a sale of work was held last Thursday at the Schoolroom, Penyrenglvn. The sale was onened by the Rev. Canon Lewis, Pentre. The miscellaneous stalls were attended to by the following ladies:- Mrs. Evans (vicar), Mrs. W. Glass, Mrs. D. Jones, Mrs. J. Ryan, Mrs. Dutfield, Mrs. S. Howells, Miss Hopkins, and Miss A. Clarke. The refreshment stall atten- dants were:—Mrs. R. T. Jones, Mrs. Evan Thomas, Mrs. Harry and Mrs. Ford. Mr. F. Harding was responsible for the secretarial work, whilst Mr. W.Glass was treasurer. The third annual tea of the Baptist Zenana Mission was a huge success at Soar (W.B.) Chapel last Monday. Repre- sentatives from each of the Baptist churches in the locality ably assisted in providing an excellent tea for the very large number that sat down at the tables. large number that sat down at the tables. Many of the attendants wore attractive and picturesque Oriental costumes. The chocolate stall was an additional attrac- tion, and a large quantity of this delicacy was disposed of by the attendants, viz. -Misses M. Morgan, Ray Roderick, and Gladys Thomas. An entertainment fol- lowed, Mr. Seth Jones presiding. With a view of forming a. team to enter the newly formed South Wales Northern Union Junior League, a meeting ii, called at the Castle Hotel on Wednesday (last week). The meeting was well at- tended, and it was eventually decided to form a local N.U. junior team. Mr. Llew. Vaughan was appointed secretary. The inhabitants of Abertonllwyd Street have cause to rejoice in the improvement which has been effected in that quarter, by the laying down of a new pavement. 12 Biaded 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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Mr. Theo. Thomas, Tylorstown.




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