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| Fern dale. It is our sad duty to record the death w one of the most popular and highly respected inhabitants of Ferndale, in the Person of Mrs. John Jenkins, wife of Mr. «ohn Jenkins, 14, Dulfryn Street, and the mother of Mr. J. J. Jenkins, secre- ary of the Ferndale Industrial Co- operative Society, Ltd. The sad event took place on Wednesday morning of last Deceased had been ailing inter- > "Ilittelatly for the. last two years, but had always borne her trial with characteristic cheerfulness and fortitude. The funeral ,took place on Monday morning last by ..raIn to Rhymney, the remains being Interred in the old'Rhymney Churchyard. very large number attended the obsequies, and Penuel Choir sang Appro- priate hymns en route to the station, in- cluding deceased s favourite hymn, vig., Requiem." The Rev. B. Watkins, Pastor of Penuel (G.M.). of which Sj^ceaeed was a faithful and active mem- ~frj and made touching references to the sterling character and matronly qualities of deceased., The chief mourners were:- ^r- John Jenkins (husband); Mr. Tom Jenkins (son); Miss Sarah A. Jenkins \uaughter); Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Jenkins and daughter-inrlaw); Masters Idwal Elvad Jenkins (grandsons); Mr. and .Mrs. David Jenkiiis (son and daughter- s-law) Mr. andt Mrs. Lewis Jenkins Wn and daughter-in-law); Mr. and Mrs. 'John James, .High Street (brother and sister-in-law); Mr. and Mrts. John Davies, -North Streest (nephew and niece); Mr. tj ^nd Mrs. Morgan Howells, High Street j Ihephew and mece); Mr. and Mrs. Wm. 'I "rosser (nephew and niece); Messrs. Tom John James (nephews); Mrs. C. i J^iUiluns, Llandaff; Mies M. G. Jenkins, £ ontlottyn; Mrs. Fred Evans and Mrs. •Powell, Dowlais; Mr. and Mrs W. Wil- .'ams, Blaenavon; Mr. and Mrs. T. C. -Wftvies, Olydach Vale. The following > ^presented the Committee of Manage- ment of the Ferndale Co-operative | society, Ltd. —Messrs. Henry Davies | vttianager), Tom Morgans (chairman), Dd. j !nes (Pontygwaith), and John Reynolds i \Mardy), members' of the committee | While the employees of the Ferndale shop I "Were represented by Messrs. F. C. Llew- J ellyn, Caradog Davies and T. F. Wil- liams, and Mr. Tommy Williams repre- sented the Mardy branch. The coffin was of oak, made by, Mr. Morris Morris, the i Undertaker, and bore the inscription — Sarah Jenkins, died February 16th, 1910, 61 years of age." Wreaths were cP1?* by deceased's only brother, Sunday ?School Class, Ferndale Co-operative em- ployees, and the Mardy Co-operative em- ployees. At the Tabernacle Vestry on Thursday last, under the auspices of the Christian Endeavour Society, Mr. David v Thomas (timekeeper) gave an excellent address upon The Ideas of the Ancients JjPncerning the Earth and the Universe." The Rev. T. Bryn Thomas (pastor) occu- pied the chair.ryn ma -A severe accident befell Geo. Abbott, ffrynteg Terrace, whilst employed at the *6mdale Collieries last week. I A very successful social and dance took 5ce at the Duffryn Schools on Wednes- S,ay evening last, in connection with the Aylorstown Art and Needlework Class, of Mrs. Joe Burns, Mardy, is teacher. r^ter the tables had been cleared, dancing a indulged in, Mr. Joe Barnes, Mardy, Mr. Barnes O'Hare acting as M.C.'s, Mr. Tommy Powell discharged the j duties of pianist.
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Pent re. At the Wesleyan Chapel on Friday evening, a very interesting lecture was given by the Rev. A. J. Summerhill, Uindhead, Surrey, on "Home Missions." The Revs. W. J. Britton and A. Rose also ) spoke. On Sunday, there were special sermons on the same subject. At Moriah Chapel on Sunday, a special service in aid of the African Mission School at Colwyn Bay, North Wales, was held. The principal of the school, the Rev. W. Hughes, explained the object of the school, and showed what it had already accomplished in the way of pre- paring natives of Africa, for the Christian Kiinistry and for missionary work. At the Assembly Rooms on Tuesday evening, a special free lecture was delivered by Mr. Henry Davies, County ^Mining Director. Mr. W. D. Wight, M.E., Ystrad, presided. Mr. Davies spoke for nearly two hours on Colliery Accidents," and showed various types of apparatus for use in mines after explo- sions, &c. The slides shown werf very instructive and interesting. In con- clusion, Mr. Davies showed a few lantern slides illustrative of the disaster at Tynewydd Colliery many years ago. The Mature of the accident and the manner of rescuing the entombed men were care- fully explained. In proposing a vote of thanks to the lecturer, the Chairman said he felt rather disappointed that so many Evening Classes had been commenced in successive years and closed after a short period. He thought that workmen in general did not realise the immense bene- fit to be obtained by attendance at the classes, especially the lessons in mining, delivered by practical and well qualified men. He hoped the lecture would be the Stteans of instilling into the minds of | many men in the audience the import- j110? and inestimable benefits to be derived from the evening classes. The ?<>te of thanks was ably seconded by Mr. J^aniel Thomas, JVt.EL, Ton, probably the ^ldest living colliery manager in the -"Rhondda Valley. A vote of thanks to the "chairman was also heartily accorded. officials of Messrs. Cory's collieries it +v?e Rhondda had their annual dinner the Pentre Hotel on Saturday evening. ^»out fifty persons sat down to the Jj^ptuoris courses prepared by Mr. and «irs. Miles, and an enjoyable evening was aPent.
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Cwmparc. successful series of nerform- %r,lWerei held at the Park Hall on Wt yi' Monday and Tuesday evenings auspices of the Soar 's Society. Preparations n ve^r zealously carried out for in 1^onJ?s ^nder the directions of A. Meredith (Park* Schools), Mr.' Haydn Evans and Mr. J. T. Jones, and the very successful issue of their joint labours is a matter of congratulation for all concerned. The programme was con- tributed to by a well-trained body of girl singers (trained by Miss Meredith), a patrol of Boy Scoute (trained by Mr. Haydn Evans), and a "dramatic" com- pany of adults, who gave a very fine representation in full character of a short Welsh scriptural drama, Jeptha a'i Ferch." In detail the programme was as follows:—"Welcome Song," sung by seven little maidens prettily dressed, who formed the word "Welcome" with big card-letters; Tramp Scene," in which Mr. Harry Jones personated a most repellent type. of the great unwashed," and whose designs on the dainties carried through a wood-scene by winsome Miss Mec. Jones were* vigorously and effec- tually frustrated by a patrol of Boy Scouts: "Screen" chorus, a tasteful display" song by the full chorus; "Granny," a la Mr. Haydn Evans, returning laden with good things from the fair and being tumultuously besieged ,a by her little boys and girls; Camp Scene," very effectively worked up. The Boy Scouts camping beside running brook I in woodland glade, and enjoying an al- fresco meal, with herring as the prin- cipal course. Master Haydn Jenkins' fresh young voice contributing, a solo, with Scouts joining in chorus, was one of the best features of the evening. Scouts Drill was done with pleasing precision and accuracy. Rain Song," this was an action bv tiny little mites which went with a song. The motions, &c., to signify rain, hail, sunshine, rain- bow and snow were most pleasingly done; Gipsies," in true Romany costume, sang -1-ettily, and incidentally sold lace, pegs, &c., and told the most astonish- ing fortunes; indian club 12 exercises (Boy Scouts again), done with admirable regard to time and rhythm, Mr. Haydn Evans really "done proud"- "Fairies" (Queen, Miss Phoebe Jones). Quite a vision to behold. The marvellous wands and dresses quite worthy of pantomime. The drama to conclude comprised the following characters —" J eptha, King of Israel," Mr. J. G. Jones; Miriam (his daughter), Mrs. E. 0. Evans, and a num- ber of Israelitish men and maidens in attendance. The acting was good and the dresses correct although the drama suffered from brevity. The elocution of the principals was very praiseworthy, and their acting was natural and effective. The Cwmparc Orchestra (conductor, Mr. Rhys Davies) did excellent work through- out and was a decided acquisition. The chairmen were-on Saturday, Mr. W. F. Williams, M.E. on Monday, Rev. T. L. Davies. The secretaries were Messrs. Haydn Evans and T. J. Jenkins; trea- surer, Mr. T. L. Williams. Master Brinley Jones accompanied on the piano in good style. A most enjoyable presentation meeting was held at Salem Chapel on Tuesday evening, when the Rev. James Davies was the "hero" of the evening. Mr. Davies recently reconsidered favourably his intention of seeking fresh woods and pastures new," and the church deter- mined to "honour" him in token of their gratification. There was a large gathering of people, and the. Rev. Wm. Morris (Noddfa), Treorchy, made a most acceptable chairman. Songs and recita- tions during the evening were rendered. by Miss Martha Morgan, Miss, Rebecca Morgan, Mr. J. Davies, Mr. Tom Morgan and Mr. Tom Lewis. The Cwmparc Orchestra rendered selections. The I" gifts," which took the form' of a num- ber of handsome theological volumes and a purse of gold, were formally presented by Mr. Thomas Owen, the oldest mem- ber," in a most feeling speech. Mr. Evan Middleton, M.E., on behalf of the church, spoke eloquently, and the Rev. W. Lewis (Park) also gave a most pleasing address. The Rev. James Davies responded in felicitous terms. It is always pleasing! to record the pro- gress of youthful ambitions, and some recent promotions" deserve a passing note. Mr. John Evans, recently a Ruskin scholar and a most successful speaker on sociological matters, has cap- tured an important post at Maesteg as miners' agent, heading the ballot, which elected him by a triumphant majority, in spite of opposition by a local man. Mr. Evans has the ability and desire to make much progress, and we heartily wish him success in his new sphere of labour. Mr. Richard D. Evans, following in his bro- ther's footstepsi, has secured an appoint- ment as under-manager in a colliery at Abercanaid. Mr. Evans is a young man who only recently commenced an earnest study of the art of mining, and he has already secured his First Class" mining" certificate. With his foot on the ladder, he is sure to climb steadily to the top.
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Mardy. Post Free, a marvel of accurate time- keeping, Gent's American Lever Watch, Stem Wind, Stem Set and fully warranted, 3/11. Money will be returned in full if not satisfied. Packed in a strong wooden box, post free. J. Barnes (talk of the Town), Mardy. On Thursday and Saturday evenings last, performances of a beautiful operetta, entitled Snow White," were given by the Carmel (E.B.) Children's Choir, under the able conductorship of Mr. Tom Thomas. The principals were Miss Polly Thomas, Madam Clayton-Jones, Mr. Emrys Davies, all of Mardy; and Mr. Daniels, of Penygraig. Miss Thomas and Madam Clayton-Jones rendered their solos in a manner not likely soon to be forgotten by those who had the. pleasure of hearing them, and earned high encomiums from Mardy" music-lovers. The scenery in the second act was most real- istic, live rabbits sporting themselves on the stage; while the third act, showing the bedchamber where Snow White (Miss Polly Thomas) lay dying, was so pathetic, that many in the large audi- ences were moved to tears; and again, the rapturous joy of the dwarfs, on learn- ing that Snow White." did not die after partaking of the, poisoned apple, was a piece of acting rarely seen in a children's choir; while the "Chief Dwarf (Mr. J. James) will long be re- membered for his inimitable display of innocent fun. The orchestra, presided over by Messrs. T'al. E. Richards and Gwilym Lewis, delighted the audiences with their exquisite renderings of the music. The singing of the choir was delightful, and the happy results achieved are the fruits of careful and patient train- ing, and Mr. Tom Thomas is to be heartily congratulated on its successful con- clusion. It is undoubtedly the desire of many people in Mardy that Mr. Thomas should continue in his good work. The scenery was arranged under the super- vision of Mr. Gomer Evans, whose ener- getic efforts were well rewarded by the applause the beautiful scenes elicited, and the success of the performances.
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Pentre. Socials under the auspices of the Ton Social League have now become recog- nised successes. There was naturally a. good attendance at the last social held at Collier's Central Hotel on Thursday evening. Mr. Harry Isaacs, Pentre, pre- sided. Songs were contributed by Messrs. Jonathan Jones, TJri Jones, J. Shelby, G. Jones (Treorchy), and Miss L. Williams (Gelli); and a pianoforte solo by Miss E. Holmes (Ton). The accompanists, Miss M. Clements (Ton) and Mr. J. Pugh (Tre- orchy), also deserve credtit for their material assistance in making the musical portion of the evening such a decided success. Games occupied the intervals between the songs, and were, much en- joyed by all present.
Ystrad-Rhondda. A presentation meeting was held at Gelligaled Hotel on Saturday evening, the 19th inst., in connection with the Bud of Rhondda" Friendly Society, Ystrad-Rhondda, when Mr. Wm. Morris (Gelligaled Road) was presented with a gold pendant with inscription, also a gold scarf pin, for services rendered to the juvenile branch of the Society. The prizes were presented by Mr. Charles Roderick, one of the oldest members. Speeches were also delivered by Messrs. Edward Morgan, Thomas Davies, John Hughes, ,John Reynolds, Mark Tanner, David Rees, and David Morris. Solos were rendered by Messrs. Richd. Davies and Daniel Jones. The secretarial duties were carried out by Mr. William Jones (Redfield Street).
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Treorchy1. A lecture, illustrated by lantern slides and interspersed with solos, &c., was delivered at Station Road Chapel on Thursday evening last by .Mr. W. H. Owen (Ynyswen Schools). The Rev. T. J. Williams (pastor) presided. United prayer meetings are held at Bethlehem (C.M.) Chapel this week by the Free Churches of the district. Work is becoming aimcertain at the Abergorchy Colliery, owing to shortage of trucks. The heavy rains and gales of Saturday and Sunday affected praetierally the whole of Treorchy. That historic street near the Red Cow Hotel was again under watsr to a depth of over a yard, and pedestrian and vehicular traffic was diverted through Regent Street. The Oardiff Arms Square, where two streams converged from Bute Street and Ceme- tery Road, was also under water, whilst a portion of Ynyswen Road was on Sun- day impassable. A meeting of the G.E. Temperance Society was held at St. Tyfodwg on Friday evening, Mr. Davys-Thorn a..s pre- siding. A very suggestive paper on Should women be admitted to the tem- perance work? was read by Mr. David J. Davies, and in the discussion that fol- lowed. the. following took part:—Messrs. T. Pengelly, Wm. Williams, Joseph Williams, Evan Jones (hon. secretary), and the chairman. A meeting of the Church of England Men's Society was held at St. Tyfodwg's Church on Saturday evening, under the presidency of Mr. J. Davys- Thomas, when a profitable discussion took place on How the Society's influence may be enhanced," in which Messrs. Evan Jones, Robert Thomas (Owmpare), Joseph Wil- liams, and the president took a pro- minent part. It was unanimously re- solved to hold the meetings fortnightly in future, on Wednesday evenings. A quarterly meeting of the Sunday School was held at St. 11 Tyfodwg's (Welsh) Church on Sunday afternoon last, and a splendid programme of solos, recitations, &c., was gone through by the scholars. Recitations were, given by Misses Eleanor A. Evans, Ethel Pengelly, Edith Evans," Maggie A. Davies, Mary Jane Davies, Messrs. Richard T. Davies, James Avan Jones, William James Pengelly, William James Evans, Thomas George Thomas; William John Davies, Thomas Hugh Jones, Tommy Arch, and ad drosses by Messrs-: Thomas Jones, Robert Thomas, and David Jones (superintendent of the Sunday School). Sacred solos were ren- dered bv Messrs. Richard T. Davies, Johnny D. Davies, and Wm. Butler (con- ductor) a duet by the Misses Protheroe; and the anthem, Jerusalem, my glorious home" (Dr. Mason), was beautifully ren- dered by the choir, under the conductor- ship of Mr. Butler, while Mr., Edgar Edwards presided at the organ..
Porth. The Lower Rhondda Branch of the National League of Young Liberals is to be the name of the branch established at the Salem (W.B.) Chapel, Porth. Dr. R. D. Chalke presided over a meeting held there on Monday evening. He also delivered an eloquent address upon the two all-important subjects now before Parliament, the Veto and the Budget. Mr. Wm. Evans (Thomas & Evans), who has been appointed treasurer of this branch, also spoke. Other speakers were Mr. Cyril Thomas (secretary), the Rev R. E. Salmon, Mr. Wm. Marks, and Mr. Dan Mtarigaiis, checkweighers. Apropos of the forthcoming elections, a resolu- tion to the effect that they as a League take no part in such, but that each mem- ber was perfectly free to do as he wished, was carried unanimously. At the Cymmer Library, two miscel- laneous concerts were given on Thursday and Saturday evenings last by the Cymmer Colliery Brass Band (under the conductorship of Mr. F. G. Martyn). The following artistes were also engaged: — i Soprano, Miss Alicia Cove, L.R.A.M., Treorchy; tenor, Mr. William Thomas, Cwmaman; baritone, Mr. Morgan Mor- gan, Trealaw. Mr. Wm. Evans (Thomas & Evans) presided on Thursday evening, while Mr. Thomas Yorath (Tawenog), Tre- liafod, in the absence of Mr. T. Griffiths, M.E., Cymmer, occupied the chair on Saturday. -fJ.I We, deeply regret to chronicle the death of Mr. Wm. H. Williams, which took place on Sunday, the 13th inst., at his residence, 12, JVyth Bran Terrace, Porth. Deceased, who was 53 years of age, had been suffering from an internal complaint and had been ill for nearly three months. Mr. Williams, who was a native of Festiniog, had only been at Porth about eighteen months, but during that time had won the esteem of all who knew him. He was an active member at Bethania, where he will be greatly missed. The funeral took place on Thursday last, when a large number of friends attended to pay their last tribute of respect. The Revs. Dr. Waldo James (Bethania), J. Edwards (Salem), and Christmas Jones (Wattstown) officiated at the hourse and graveside. The interment took place at Llethrddu Ceme- tery, Trealaw. Among the chief mourners were:-Mi-s. Ann Williams (widow); Mr. J. Jones Williams, Festiniog (son); Mr. and Mrs. H. Williams (son and daughter- in-law) Mr. W. G. Williams (son); Mrs. Ernest Burgess, Cheshire (daughter); Mr. R. E. Williams, Porth (son); Mr. E. R. Williams (son); Misses Bessie Williams, Myfanwy Williams, and Maggie Williams (daughters); Mr. and Mrs. R. Jones (brother-in-law and sister) and family; Mr. and Mrs. H. Williams (brother on(L sister-in-law) h Mr. Ellis Williams (bro- ther); Mr. Ellis O. Williams, rrehafod (cousin); Mrs. B. Humphreys, Ystrad (cousin); Rev. G. Ll. Williams, Aberdare (cousin); Mr. Wm. Jones, North Wales (nephew); Mr. Ellis Williams, Porth (nephew). With regret we also report the death of Mr. James Rosser Meredith, of 27, Nyth Bran Cottages, Porth. Mr. Mere- dith had been ill for nearly five months, in consequence of an internal complaint, and was but recently removed to Cardiff Infirmary, where he succumbed on Tues- day, the 15th inst. The deceased was brought home on Wednesday evening last. The funeral took place on Saturday after- noon, when a large number of relatives and friends attended. The Rev. Christ- mas Jones, Wattstown, officiated at the house and graveside, the interment taking place at Llethrddu Cemetery. Among the chief mourners were —Mrs. S. Mere- dith (widow); Mr. William David Mere- dith and Miss Mary Jane Meredith (son and daughter); Mrs. A. Smith (mother); Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Mededith, Wattstown (brother and sister-in-law); Mr. Morris L. Morris (brother); Mr. James Morris, Treorchy (brother); Mr. William Morris, Bargoed (brother); Mr. Thomas Lloyd, Aberaman (step-brother) Mr. Jahn Ben- jamin, Clydach Vale (uncle); Mr. and Mrs. D. Cook, Aberavon (cousins); Mr. and Mrs. E. Benjamin, Blaenclydach (cousins); Mr. and Mrs. A. Meredith (cousins); Mrs. A. Meredith (aunt); Mr. and Mrs. A. Rees, Aberdare (father- and mother-in-law); Mr, and Mrs. Moses Owens, Cwmbach (brother-in-law and sister-in-law); Mr. and Mrs. F. Rees, Cwmbach (brother-in-law and sister-in- law) Messrs. F. W. Rees, Gomer Rees and James Rees, Cwmbach (brothers-in- law) Mr. and Mrs. T. Cousins, Ystrad (cousins!); Mr. and Mrs. Thos. Cousins, Ystrad (uncle and aunt); Mr. Ed. Morris, Ystrad (cousin); Master Tom Cousins, Ystrad (cousin); Mrs. Annie Lewis, Car- diff (cousin); Mr. and Mrs. Walter Morgan, Porth (cousins); Mr. Arthur Baker, Clydach Vale (cousin); Miss M. J. Richards, Clydach Vale (cousins); Mr. and Mrs. John Morgan, Aberaman (cousins); Mr. W. Parry, Aberdare (cousin).
Nantymoel- Fiinerai.-The funeral of the late Mrs. John Davies, beloved wife of Mr. John Davies, 45, Commercial Street, Nanty- moel took place on Thursday afternoon last 'at the Blaenogwr Cemetery, amid every manifestation of respect and sym- pathy. The deceased was a faithful mem- ber of Saron (W.B.) Church, and was held in high esteem by all of her acquaint- ances. The Rev. John Hughes, pastor of Saron (W.B.) Church, conducted a most impressive service at the house and graves i. The chief mourners were, ldc First carriage-Mr. John Davies (hus- band), Misses Edith, Katie, and Emily Davies (daughters), Mr. and Mrs. D. Chas. Davies. Cardiff (son and daughter- in-law) second carriage r. and Mrs. Isaac Taylor, Ogmore Vale (son-in-law and daughter), Mrs. Watkins, Maesteg (sister), Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Morgan. Ystrad (cousins), and Mrs. Davies, Ystrad (cousin); third carriage.—Mr. and Mrs. Paul, Ystrad (cousins), Mr. and Mrs. George, Ystrad (cousins), and Mrs. Jones, Ystrad (cousin). There was also a very large attendance of the general public. Dinam (C.M.) Young People's Guild.— One of the most successful meetings of this session was held on the 9th inst. at Dinam Hall, under the, auspices of the above Guild, when the ladies were respon- sible for the entire programme. By way of a change, they provided a miscellaneous evening, made up of choruses, recitations and solos. Misses Annie Edwards, S. J. Hughes, Edith Jones. EI. A. Williams, J. A. Phillips and Sibyl Lewis contributed their items, while Mrs. J. R. Evans read a humorous selection from Jerome, which was greatly appreciated. Refreshments, which came by surprise, were served in novel style, during an interval for tree and easy chatting, A topical song, with pelrtinent allusions, ended the programme, Mrs. J. R. Evans and her committee of ladies are to be congratulated on their success in providing undoubtedly the best meeting of its kind ever held in Dinam.
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