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Treorchy. On Wednesday evening of last week, an Esperanto Circle was started, and already there are twenty segments." Mr. Wm. Davies (Park Schools, Cwmparc) is the teacher, Mr. W. H. Owen chairman, and y 11 H. C. Austin secretary. Last Friday evening, Mr. R. C. Austin presiding, the Treorchv Literary Society brought, its twelfth session to a close. The fliov Ing officers tor the forthcoming ses- sion were appointed :—President, Mr. J. O.iv les-Evans (dentist): rice-president. Mr. W. H. Owen (Ynyswen Schoolsi); nnancia! secretary, Mr. T. D. Griffiths; tieasurer, Mr. Edgar Evans (Ystrad Rd., -IV ifje) ),,t set, ray and regis- -F -itist) trar, „Mi"; D. D. (dei ueneral secretary, Mr. T. C. Rees (Bute ^-ift). Before the close, a hearty. vote: thanks was accorded the retiring officers for their valuable services during t ie session. Mr. R. C. Austin, the retiring fitt-iiiglv responded on behalf of his retiring colleagues. The Rev. E. R. Dennis has opened a Psychology Class at Glanrhondda Chapel, where he is pastor, and considerable pro- gress is being made. On Sunday last, the quarterly meetings of Horeb (E.B.) Sunday School were held. In the morning, Councillor Edward Jones (Ton) read a paper on Sunday School Ilol-k. I In the afternoon and evening. Sunday School scholars and teachers ren- dered solos, recitations, &c. Mr. David (Bute Street) conducted the singing, and Mr. Wm. John Davies officiated at the organ. Mr. Percy Lawrence discharged the secretarial duties. On Saturday, the mortal remains of Mr. George Hay, 143, Ynyswen Road, were interred at the Treorchy Cemetery. Quite a large number attended. The Revs. J. Pethian Davies (Carmel) and J. Elias Thomas (Ramah) officiated. The yearly preaching meetings of Taber- nacle (E. .) Church were held on Sunday last, when the Revs. F. C. Dugdale, Fern- dale, and T. J. Williams, Station Road Chapel, Treorchy, officiated. On Monday afternoon, the annual tea was held and met with considerable success, and in the evening the annual nublic meeting was held. At Tabernacle Chapel. Porth, on Wed- p nesday of last week, Miss Mary Hannah Williams, Clarke Street, was married to Mr. T. J. Thomas, newsagent (son of Mr. Wm. Thomas, conductor of the Royai Welsh Male Choir). The ceremony was performed by the registrar. Mr. William Phillips. Mr. Llewellyn Thomas acted as best man, and the bride, who was neatly attired in a blue costume with mole hat, bearing an ostrich feather boa, which was given to her by the bridegroom, was given away by Mr. Thomas Griffiths, Pembroke House, High Street. § There will not be a cricket team in Treorcliy this season, owing to last year's team failing to secure a ground. The annual gymanfa ganu of the. Welsh Congregationalists of Treorehy and Cwmparc was held at Bethania Chapel, Treorehy, on Monday, when the conductor was Mr. Caradog Roberts, Mus. Bac. (Oxon). Rhos. Prof. D. Cyril Jenkins Bethania) officiated at the organ. The morning service was devoted to the chil- dren, and the afternoon and evening meetings to the adults. During the day, compositions by local men figured pro- minently. Mr. Morgan Davies' (Cwm- parc) Baner Iesu," the Rev. D. Rhagfvr Jones' "Tynion ydyw Tanau." Mr. S1. Thomas' •• Milwyr Ffyddlon Iesu," and Prof. D. Cyril Jenkins' "Treorci" were among them. Prof. D. Cyril Jenkins' anthem, Deuwch atof Fi," and Mr. Gwilym James' (Ferndale) A oes canu yn y Nefoeddf were also good, and Mr. Tom Kemp's march, "Byddin Dirwest." All these were given great prominence, and the late Mr. M. 0. Jones' anthem, "Fe welir Seion fel y Wawr," was a special feature in the evening. Before the close of the evening meeting, Mr. John Minton (Hermon) was awarded a prize for the best composition of two verses suitable to children and Mr. SI. Thomas (Ramah) received a prize for com- posing a tune for the nexit gymanfa.


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