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Pontygwaith a) On Saturday, the Pontygwaith Tennis Team played their first match against iMid-Rhondda, and were defeated. Mid-Rhondda, and were defeated. M Owing to the state of the chapel, the services of Seion are being held in the Pouncil Schools Pontygwaith. Last Sun- clay, Dr. Oynddylan Jones officiated. It is with deep regret that we have announce the death of Mrs. Williams, Deri Terrace. Mrs. Williams will be mourned after by a wide circle of friends. The funeral takes place on Saturday, for Aberdare. E! A strong contingent of Church Lads' Brigade has been formed in connection with St. Mary Magdalene Church, g An enthusiastic group of amateur; astronomers spent a night out" on Sunday evening with a view to observing Halley's Comet. However, the comet was in such a position that it was completely hidden from view by the rays of the sun, and the enthusiasts were not successful in their quest. t We offer our deepest sympathies to Mr. and Mrs. D. Davies (schoolmaster) in their sad bereavement. In the death of Mr. Timothy Davies, a worthy and hard- working citizen has been removed from the locality. Mr. Davies died a few days ago at Bournemouth, having only recently buried a brother. The work at the Forward Movement Hall is extending. Gospel services are being held weekly at Stanleytown. g It may be of interest to note that a debate has been arranged between the Rev. D. J. Evans, Pontygwaith, and Mr. Vernon Hartshorn, Labour candidate for Mid-Glamorgan, on the proposition "That Socialism is a practicable application of the ethics of Christianity to comniercial and industrial life." Mr. Evans takes the negative. B T71IRE. Why run risk of los by fire? Private Houses and their contents are covered by the Sun Insurance office at the low annual premium ot 1/6 per £ 100—Agent, W. D. Jones, Rhondda Leader" Office, Excelsior Buildin s, Tonypandy. c76|42
Halley's comet seen from the Rhondda. I A Trealaw correspondent informs us he saw the famous Hallev's Comet at about s 12.15 this (Thursday) morning. He was walking on Cemetery Road. Trealaw, wheR he observed the tail of the comet travel- ling in a north-east direction. The head of the comet was not to be seen, but the tail, which was only just discerniBle, was visible for close upon twenty minutes. The tail extended from the horizon nearly to the zenith.
Holiday Eisteddfodau. Llanharran. The eighteenth annual eisteddfod at Llanharran was held on Tuesday on grounds kindly lent for the purpose by Mr. J. Blandy Jenkins. The president was Mr. J. Blandy Jenkins; conductor, Mr. Tom John, M.A., Tonypandy, who acted in this capacity for the twelfth time in unbroken succession. The ad- judicators were:—Music, Mr. Harry Evans, F.R.C.O., Liverpool, and Mr. Jacob Gabriel, L.T.S.'C., Bargoed; litera- ture, Rev. J. Gwrhyd Lewis, Tonyrefail. Accompanists, Madame' F. Jones-Rees, Llanharran, and Mr. Willie Davies,! Bridgend. Chairman of committee. Rev! D. Davies, Llanharran; treasurer, Mr. Ward David, Llanharran secretary, Mr. J. Thomas (Argoed Edwin), Llanharran, who proved himself a hard-working, ener- getic and capable official Awards — || Solo (boys under 14): 1st, I. Powell, ■ Barry 2nd, G. Davies, Ton-Pentrc. H Solo (girls under 14): 1st-, Annie »Flooks, Penygraig; 2nd, Marian Bates, Pontyclun. Pianoforte solo (under 12) 1st, G. Coombes, Cardiff; 2nd, J. E. Richards, Cardiff. tB Pianoforte solo (under 16): 1st, Eva Miles, Llanharran; 2nd, P. Matthews. Hafod, Swansea; 3rd (special prize), S Lewis, Llanelly. g Contralto solo: Miss Lizzie Davies, Tonypandy. Pianoforte solo (open): Willie Griffiths, Blaengarw. Pontyclun. Pianoforte solo (under 12) 1st, G. C'oombes, Cardiff; 2nd, J. E. Richards, Cardiff. Pianoforte solo (under 16): 1st, Eva Miles, Llanharran; 2nd, P. Matthews. Hafod, Swansea; 3rd (special prize), S'. Lewis, Llanelly. Contralto solo: Miss Lizzie Davies, Tonypandy. Pianoforte solo (open): Willie Griffiths, Blaengar w. Recitation (under 14): 1st, Stella Cbbley, Tondu; 2nd, Willie Thomas, Gil- fach Goch. Soprano solo, II The Lord is My Shepherd (Jenkins): Madame Morris- Evans, Tonyrefail. Action song: Two parties competed, both from Llanharran, and both trained by Mrs. F. Jones-Rees. The party singing j" Grace Darling r, were declared the win- ning party. Recitation (open): Divided between J. J. Cobley. Tondu, and W. Davies, Fern- dale. Juvenile choir: Only one choir com- peted—Canton (under -the conductors! of Madame G. Thomas-Williams—wl'a were awarded the prize. t Bass solo: Mr. Tom Jones, Pencoed. As an expression of the deepest sym- 'pathy with the widowed Queen and the Royal Family, the crowded audience sang Aberystwyth" and God save the Kinsr," conducted by Mr. Harry Evans. The President undertook to convey this expression of sympathy to the Royal Family. Mixed choirs, Sweetly comes the breath of evening" Three choirs com- peted in the following order: —(1) Ton Co-operative, (2) Tonyrefail, (3) Canton. Mr. Evans, in his adjudication, stated that the choirs had all missed the idea of the whole piece, the renderings being' much too staccato. The prize (915 and a gold medal) was awarded to the first- named choir. 1 Male voice, Lead, Kindly Light Four parties competed—(1) Pontypool, (2) Aberkenfig, (3) Kenfig Hill. (4) Barry.! Prize, £ 20, and a gold medal to the sue-' cessful conductor. The prize was awarded to the Barry Party, whose performance was highly praised by the adjudicators. Dluet: Half -the prize awarded to Messrs. T. Jones and W. Lewis, Pencoed. In the evening, a concert was held in the pavilion. The programme consisted of action songs, and a performance of the operetta, "-The Enchanted Glen," by the Llanharran United Ladies' Choir, under the conductorship of Madame Jones-Rees. The president for the even- ing was Mr. Griff. Jones, M.E., managei of the Ooedlai Collieries, Tonyrefail. Chair Eisteddfod at Treorchy. Interesting Competitions. The Manchester Unity Independent Order of Oddfellows (Ystrad-Rhondda Branch) icelebrated their centenary by holding a grand eisteddfod and sports on Ystradfechan Field (kindly lent by Mr. W. Jenkins, J.P., Ocean Collieries) on Tuesday last. The committee had arranged a comprehensive and attractive list of competitions, and these, especially in the musical section, were well patron- ised. All that was required to make t! > affair a big success was fine weather, ant, fortunately, the Clerk of the Weather was in favourable mood, for warm sun- shine and a blue sky made a visit to the pen big field a most pleasurable experi- ence. In the unavoidable absence of the selected president, Mr. H. R. Jenkins, Ystradfechan, the chair was occupied by District Councillor W. P. Thomas, Tre- orchy, who made a most efficient substi- tute, while the conductor for the day was Alderman E. H. Davies, J.P.,Pent. The general secretary of the eisteddfod was Mr. Wm. Powell (Cemetery), who w-vs deputised at the actual event by Mr. Gwilym Powell. The treasurer was Mr. W. Winter, Treorchy, while Messrs. Tom Morgan, Treorchy, and E. Lewis, Pentre; were respectively secretaries of the sports and music sections. The adjudicators were:—Music, Mr. E. T. Davie F.R.C.O., Merthyr, and Mr. J. Price, A.C., Rhymney poetry, Rev. J. J. Wq. liams, Pentre; literature. &c., Mr. W. j). Thomas, D.C., Treorchy, and Mr. R James (Defynnog), Treherbert. Accoti- nanists, Prof. J. T. Jones, L.R.A.At Treorchy, and Mr. W. J. Davies, Tre- orchy. Mr. W. Jones, Treorchy, render, d the eisteddfod song, "Oddfellowship." A host of competitors attended the pre- liminary tests at the Park and Dare Institute, and it was rather behind the "order of the Say" time when actual proceedings commenced. The list of awards were as 'follow:- 1 J Pianoforte solo for children under 16: Richard G. Williams, Pentre. Violin solo: Master J. G. Gilmour, Porth, j Boys' solo Master Tom Salathiel, Tre-g orchy. ■ Pianoforte solo for children under 13: Master Wm. M .Evans, Treorchy. B Recitation, Blodeuvii. bach wyf fi niewu gardd Master Will Edwards, Treorchy. This contest afforded the audi- ence considerable gratification, the win- ner being a tinv mite who declaimed and gestured in true oratorical style. g Pianoforte solo for children under 14: Master Richard G. Williams, Pentre. Essay, Oddfellowship District Councillor Edward Jones, Pentre. Recitation, Women of Mumbles Had Miss Ruth DaA-ies, Clydach Vale. This competition was followed with great interest, the winner's rendering being well received. The standard of elocution was a distinctly high one, and it is pleasing to note that Welsh reciters are forsaking the old-time superfluity of gestures and exaggerated facial contor- tions. and are realising the rare beauty and intenseness of dramatic art. Girls' solo (under 16), Guiding Star" I Mies B. A. Lewis, Pentre. Novice solo, What I love Miss Maggie J. Jones, Treorchy. Novice solo, Lead, Kindly Light Mr. D. Dan. Davies, Treorchy. Contralto solo: Miss Maggie Davies, Ynyshir, Maggie J. Jones, Treorchy. Novice solo, Lead, Kindly Light Mr. D. Dan. Davies, Treorchy. Contralto solo: Miss Maggie Davies, Ynyshir, Tenor solo, "Y Llong, a'r Goleudy." The marquee was now well filled, as it was generally known that this contest had attracted some old and experienced cam- paigners. Three members of the Royal Party were among the stage "-winners. The one and only Todd Jones, who enjoys the greatest popularity in the Rhondda, was easily the best. The adjudicators, was easl we would like to state here, did their work throughout the day in excellent style. Mr. John Price's crisp critques in homely Welsh were always helpful and clear, while Mr .Davies' admirable English deliverances were couched in splendid language and were always educative. ga Bass solo, Bannerman Divided be- tween Mr. Jenkin Rees, Maesteg, and Mr. David Williams, Penygraig. jg Verses in memoriam: Rev. J. Hum- phreys, London (late of Calfaria, Tre- orchy). A handsome chair accompanied the money prize. ga Recitation (children under 15): Miss Gwladys M. Davies, Pentre. This young lady proved an old "stager," for she won National honours in the recent London Eisteddfod. Duet, "EXicelsior." This was a keen competition, several Rhondda notables taking part, but laurels easily fell to Messrs. Todd Jones and Aneurin Ed- wards, whose beautiful voices were in perfect blent, and who gave a superb ren- dering. g Soprano solo, With verdure clad Miss Cissie Thomas, Treorchy (daughter lof Mr. Wm. Thomas, of Royal Party Ifame). S r Juvenile choir competition, own selec- :tion: Cwmparc (conductress, Miss Hannah [Owen, Park Schools). Three choirs en- tered, but the winners were immensely 'superior. Mr. John Price declared the Ringing of this choir to be a feature of [the eisteddfod. He had never heard fjuvenile singing to beat it. The choir was a credit to the Rhondda, and, in fact, to the world. The conductress led the singing well, but she had taught even better. The voices reflected the most intelligent training, the parts were per- fectly balanced, the intonation pure, and the expression all that could be desired. He desired to compliment Miss Owen most highly, and was proud to award her party the prize. I Chief choral competition, We never will bow down." Four choirs entere Treorchy, Cwmparc, Treherbert, and Pentre. The interest was purely local, and excitement naturally ran high. The 'adjudicators said that the singing did not approach the hignest standard, although the choirs were composed of excellent voices. The chorus was not on the whole treated with the desirable grandeur. Two choirs were outstanding, but they did not experience great difficulty in deciding upon the winner. No. 2 was the finest choir of the four, but the altoe on one occasion were inclined to doubtful intona- tion and the sopranos sharpened percept- iblv before the end. Mr. Davies, in his adjudication, made a humorous reference to the hapless plight of the piano, which seemed to incur the special attentions of each successive clioir arranger," and was always mercilessly inoved." No. 4 choir was of excellent quality and were best in intonation, and each voice-part sang artistically. The opening We wor- ship God movement was out of tempo and not treated majestically, and they should not attempt to paint one of Handel's fugues, but allow it to develop its climax naturally. No. 4 choir how- ever, was the best, and he had pleasure in awarding it the prize. The success- ful conductor, Mr. James Davies (Ocean Offices), was carried willy-nilly by his enthusiastic admirers, the handsome cup, the winners' trophy, leading the way in glistening glory. Rustic sports were held simultaneously with the eisteddfod, but did not arous much interest, there being comparatively few entries in each event. The 100 yards boys' race was won by J. Thomas, Tre- orchy the egg and spoon race (girls) by Miss Horford, Treorchy; three-legged race, Rufus Price and J. Evans Cwmr pare 120 yards obstacle race, — Colville, Treherbert; boy skipping most, A. Fran- combe, Treorchy, and Edgar Williams, Cwmparc; girl skipping most, L. J. Mor- gan, Treorchy; elementary schoolboys' tug-of-war, 1st Cwmparc Schools, 2nd Treorchy Schools; men's tug-of-war, 1st Cwmdare All Whites, 2nd Cwmparc AH Whites; ambulance, 1st Abergorchy No. 1 Squad, 2nd Tylorstown Sqùad, 3rd Aber- gorchv No. 2 Squad: ambulance (optional niles)*, 1st Abergorchy Lads' Squad, 2nd, Abergorchy Night Squad. The adjudi- cators in the ambulance competition were r. Fergus Armstrong, Treorchy, and Dr. Parry, Ton. j A. £
I Cricket. 1 LEWIS MERTHYR v. PONTYPRIDD.! Considerable improvements having been« done to the grounds of the Lewis Mer-Jl thyr Cricket Club during the last winter,H [some fine cricket—batting and bowling—M was witnessed on Saturday last, when theS above teams encountered each other. jH Lewis Merthyr's superior playing was much for the visitors, the former 131 to the latters 38. Scores:— B LEWIS MERTHYR. M AV est c Griffiths b Lloyd 7 Sj G Jones b Lloyd 18 I Bennett c Ryden b Charles 23 II G Phillips c Lloyd b Hughes 4 B A F Hawkins b Charles 19 ? H Wilkins run out 1 fl R Hopkins b Lloyd 9 B G F Charles c and b Charles 12 B Mog Evans c Jones b Lloyd 0 || Benson c and b Lloyd 18 B L Wight not out 8 B Extras 2 B Total 131 fl PONTYPRIDD. I T R Griffiths b Bennett 16 I F Jones b Wight 0 H Dr Evans b Wight 0 ? M Rowlands b Wight I I. 4 S D J Charles e Benson b Bennett. 3 N B Hughes b Bennett 0 JS T S Jones b Bennett. 12 N E Ryden b Bennett 0 B J Lloyd b Bennett 0 B E Moorhouse run out 0 a CRees not, out 0 B Extras 3 Total. 38 PONTYPRIDD 2nds v. LEWIS MER- THYR 2nds. Scores: PONTYPRIDD 2nds. H S Foote b Lowe 3 D Williams c Rough b Northcote 14 R Beith b Northcote 0 C Jones b Lowe _4 W Thomas c Lewis b Lowe 5 A Chick b Lowe 0 f Bailey run out 0 a LI Jones c and b Northcote 6 g W G Lewis c Northcote b Lowe 3 G Rogers c Burt b Northcote 1 S Davies not out 0 Extras 1 Total 37 LEWIS MERTHYR 2nds. W Burt b Thomas 2 R Burns c Bailey b Thomas 12 T Northcote b Lewis 6 M Lowe b Thomas 5 G Rough c Lewis b Thomas 0 G Lewis c Williams b Williams. 4 H T Phillips b Bailey 3 R T-othill lbw b Thomas 0 R Porter b Williams 1 W Davies not out 1 Burtonwood 0 Ext-raz 5 Total 29 GWILYM DAVIES' XI. (LLWYNYPIA) v. L, W. LLEWELYN'S XI. This match wos played on Thursday afternoon of last, week, before a record number of spectators. This was the open- ing match of the season, two or three former matches having had to be can- celled owing to bad weather. Some very good cricket was witnessed, Mr. D. R. Rees. on Gwilym Davies' side, contri- buting a very valuable 29, which included four 4's and four 2's. Mr. Ivor Evans, on L. W. Llewelyn's side, piled a very good score ot 30, including four 4's, two 2's, and the remainder in singles. Mr. D. Murphy, of the same team, had 16 to his credit^ The most successful bowlers I'of the dav were Messrs. Harry Griffiths! and Ken Richards, the former taking five wickets for 16 runs and the latter three- wickets for 30 runs. Trowsdale (Llwyny- pia's pro. took three wickets for 30 runs, but he had hard luck, inasmuch as two or three catches were missed off his bowling. » The umpires were the two veteran cricketers, M^essrs. Tom John, M A. and A, J. Anderson. Scores — GWILYM DAVIES' XI. D R Rees b G Llewellyn 29 W A Davies b H Griffiths 1 Alt Evans b H Griffiths 0 B Jones c Dr Jones b H Griffiths 4 Gwilvm Davies b H Griffiths 10 Trowsdale b Dr Gabe Jones 3 Ken Richards b Dr Gabe Jones 5 Len Williams c Hollister b Murphy 10 W T Phillips b G Llewellyn 11 P C Witts not out 0 F Ravner c and b Griffiths 14 "Extras 9 Total 96 L W. LLEWELYN'S XI. fvor Evans b Brychan Jones 30 H Griffiths run out 2 I Edmunds c Davies b Trowsdale 0 Dr Gabe Jones b Trowsdale ••••••••• J, G Llewellyn c Phillips b Trowsdale 10 D Murphv b Ken Richards 16 L W Llewelvn b Brychan Jones 0 F R Thomas c Rees b Jones 0 S Hollister b Ken Richards 2 Rufus Lewis not out ° D J Jones b Ken Richards 10 Extras 20 Total.104 TREHERBERT C.C. v. MAESTEG 2nds. Scores TREHERBERT C.C. J D Walters b James 5 W Phipps lbw b James 0 R D C J Pitman b James 1 H R Jones b Laviers 3 W J Gruar run out 36 L R Webblhw L James 2 J Morgan c Mort b James 0 J Reeks h.Layiers- 0 Alf Williams b ja-mes 1 G Langmead c Davies b James 3 F Haddock not out 3 Extras 5 Total 59 MAESTEG 2nds. J R Sutton lbw b H R Jones 2 F Glover b Williams T. 20 Con Stutton c Phipps b Reeks 23 Joe James run out 10 W J Davies b Williams 0 P Isaac c Gruar b Williams 0 W Gates c Morgan b Reeks 4 G Laviers c Jones b Williams 6 E Barrow b Williams 0 H Lockyer not out 2 T Mort b H R Jones 0 Extras 9 I Total. 76 PORTH Y.M.C.A. 2nds v. TYLORS- TOWN A.G.C. Scores:— PORTH Y.M.C.A. 2nds. D J Owen c and b Hopkins 0 R Tothill b Hopkins I 9 T A Targett b Davies 3 E, Howell b Davies 2 J Evans b Davies 0 J James run out 1 E Whittall b Davies 8 J Howells run out 6 T Vaughan b Davies 1 W C Wilkins not out 6 D J Rees h Davies 0 Extras 5 Total. 41 TYLORSTOWN A.C.C. J A Davies c Wilkins b Owen 0 J James c Tothill b Vaughan. 1 T W Hopkins run out 15 T G Holder b Vaughan 5 J Haves c Tothill b Owen 8 T Gomm b Vaughan 2 W D Jones b Vaughan 0 G A Elias b Vaughan 1 L Jones not out 1 E Edwards b Vaughan 0 Extras .v. 5 Total 38 FERNDALE 2nds v. PORTH Y.M.C.A. Scores: FERNDALE 2nds. F E Williams b Samuel 11 J D Morgans Ibw b Stafford. 4 D J Roberts b Samuel 1 W Lloyd b Samuel 18 L Hannon o Williams b Stafford. _0 A Edwards not out 50 E Davies c Samuel b Jones 10 D J Evans b Jones 0 James Coombes run out 12 W H Davies b Jones 1 D Denton not out 13 Extras TO Total (for 9 wkts) .130 PORTH Y.M.C.A. G Jones b Edwards 3 J Morgans b Edwards 0 E Samuel b, B Davies 0 T Williams b Edwards 2 W Stafford c Hannon b, Coombes 27 Williams c Hannon b E I)avies 3 W L Williams Ibw b W H Davies 4 J Bowen b Evans 10 S Thomas c and b D J Evans 0 J Griffiths c and b D J Evans 0 W B Williams not out 2 Extras 10 Total 61 I PONTYPRIDD 2nds v. MAINDY. This Glamorgan League (Division II.) match was played at Pontypridd, in fine weather, on Whit-Tuesday, and resulted in a. tie, each team thus gaining one point. Seores:- PONTYPRIDD 2nds. D Williams c G Morgan b Steers 8 W Thomas c D W Thomas b Steers 2 C Jones b A Rosser' 0 Moorhouse c A Rosser b Steers 0 J Rogers b Steers 1 I Lloyd c Steers b A Rosser 1 B Hughes c Williams b J Morgan 9 T S Jones b Steers 6 M Rowlands run out 7 J Morgans run out 2 D Watkins not out 1 Extras 2 Total 39 MAINDY. G Morgan b W Thomas 0 J Morgan b Moorhouse 2 F C Steers c and b Thomas 3 D W Thomas c Jones b Thomas 0 R Rosser c Moorhouse b Thomas 7 R Rowlands run out 3 D T Williams c Lloyd b Moorhouse 8 L Roberts c Thomas b Moorhouse 11 D Williams c Lloyd b Moorhouse. 1 T Jones not out 3 A Rosser c and b Moorhouse 0 Extras 1 Total 39
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