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Rinking Notes.


Rinking Notes. A series of grand competitions now being held nightly at the Pavilion Skating Rink, Tonypandy, for which there are valuable prizes. Crowds of skaters are still continuing to visit this popular and commodious Rink, which is acknowledged to be the largest and finest Rink in the Valleys. New and up-to-date music is now being played, consisting of all the latest two-steps and waltzes taken from the leading operas; and arrangements have been made for a continual supply of all new music which may from time to time bo produced. The coloured light- ing effects at the Rink are the acme of perfection, and these are switched on and off with the different changes of skating, giving a most gorgeous and pleasing effect. One has only to visit this Rink to feel convinced that the whole arrangement, both as regafrcl skaters and spectators, has received the most careful and minute consideration; and no expense has been spared to make this Rink what it so justly claims to be, namely, one of the finest, largest and prettiest Rinks in Wales. The continued success of this Rink is due in a great measure to the way it is now being conducted, and by enforcing strict discipline and tolerating no rowdy- ism. The public will at all times feel perfectly safe in allowing their wives and daughters to visit this Rink, attended or not. The manager, Mr. W. E. Dovev, has determined to faithfully awry out this idea, and consequently has every confidence in inviting the public's con- tinued patronage with every assurance of comfort and safety. The "All Blues" met and severelyi defeated Pontycymmer on Monday even- ing at the Porth Rinking Pavilion by 8 goals to nil. F. Elson was responsible for four, Stafford three, and F. G. Rollason one goal. Elson, Richards, and Stone played a splendid game for the homesters, and Rees for Pontycymmer. The match was a Glamorgan League one.

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