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Treherbert. 12 Bladed Safety Razors. The Ever- Ready at 5/ the Gillette at 21/ Local Agent-R. T. Jones, The Tram Terminus, Treherbert. 4893 The Rev. E. G. Thomas, Hebden Bridge, Yorkshire, preached at Bethany (E.B.) Chapel on Sunday last. Every effort is being made to open the Bethany Library for the use of its members by the end of this week. The library was established at Bethany over a year ago, by means of voluntary book contributions from the church members. Under the auspices of Horeb Young People's Literary and Debating Society, an excellent paper on the life of Dr. Lewis Edwards, of Bala, was given by Mr. T. E. Davies. Mr. D. E. Jones, M.E., Blaenrhondda, presided. A successful service of song was given at the Wesleyan Chapel, Blaenrhondda, last Thursday evening by the chapel choir. The following were the successful can- didates from Treherbert at the last Pre- liminary Certificate Examination (Part I.) which was held at Porth in December, 1909: —Misses Katie Francis, Gwenfron Williams, Agnes Henry, Rachel A. Davies, Esther K. Thomas, and Mary Saunders, and Messrs. E. D. Thomas, William Thomas and Thos. E. Richards. We deeply regret to anounce the sad death of Miss Rosie Griffiths, Aberton- l Jlwvd Street, who died last week, after a long and painful illness. Deceased, who i was 25 years of age, was a member of the English Wesleyan Chapel. The funeral took place on Wednesday, Treorchy Ceme- tery being the place of interment. A lecture was delivered by Mr. G. H. Bibbings, B.A., Leicester, at Fernhill Workmen's Institute on Monday evening, Councillor W. H. Morgan presiding. The lecture was given under the auspices of the Education Committee of the Ton Co- operative Society, Ltd. The second of a series of three public lectures arranged for the present session of Horeb Young People's Literary Society was given at Horeb on Wednesday (this week). The lecturer, was the Rev. M. H. Jones, B.A., Ton. The Rev. D. Williams (pastor) was a very able chairman. The Ynyswen English Wesleyan Chapel, situated about fifty yards above Ynyswen Schools, has been completed, and the opening ceremony will be performed on Monday next. Mrs. Haines, Treherhurt, will open the doors; and memorial stones will be laid by the following: —Miss G. Collins, Ynyswen; Miss B. Collins, Ynys- wen Dr. D. C. Williams, Treherbert; and Mr. J. H. Clarke. Treorchy. The Wesleyan Mission was started at Ynyswen over twelve months ago, the services being held at the Ynysyen Council Schools. With much regret we chronicle the demise of Thomas Bowen (aged 30 years), 33, Margaret Street, who succumbed on Friday last to injuries which he had re- ceived on June 25th, 1909, whilst follow- ing his employment as a collier at Fern- hill Collieries, Blaenrhondda. The funeral took place on Wednesday last, the remains being interred at Treotchy Ceme- tery. Deceased leaves a widow and three children. He was the second husband of Mrs. Bowen, whose first husband was also killed in a colliery accident at Ynysfeio Colliery, Treherbert. Mr. Thomas Morgan Jones, an Old Age Pensioner, 11, Blaenycwm Terrace, died very suddenly on Friday. Deceased was a respected deacon of Blaenycwm (W.B.) Chapel. The funeral, which took place on Wednesday, joined that of the late Mr. Thomas Bowen. The interment took place at Treorchy Cemetery. A TREAT FOR MUSIC-LOVERS. Forthcoming Performances by Libanus (W.B.) Choral Society, Treherbert. Music-lovers of the Rhondda have a treat in store. in the two Grand Performances of Handel's JUDAS MACCABEUS by the above Choir, Treherbert, under the able conduotorship of Mr. Geo. Evans which will be given at Libanus Baptist Chapel, Treherbert, on THURSDAY & SATURDAY, Feb. 24th and 26th, 1910. • If the manner in which the Choir has acquitted itself in the Full Practices is in any measure an index to the success of the Performances, the ticket-holders may rest assured that their speculation will be well repaid. In addition to the Chorus, the following Artistes have been engaged — Soprano—Miss Alicia Cove (of Colston Hall, Bristol). Contralto—Madame M. Sambrook-Jones (winner at the Royal Albert Hall, London, 1905). Tenor—Mr. Todd Jones (double winner at the National Eisteddfodau). Baritone-Mr. E. P. Richards (Eryr Dulais), the Famous Baritone. Leader of Orchestra-Mr. Ap Tydfil. I

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