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EVENTS OF THE WEEK. Mr. Joseph Chamberlain has arrived in Lon- don from the Continent. A charter has been granted by the King in Council for a university at Bristol. Mr. Swinburne's will was proved in London, the estate being valued at £ 24,282 gross. Naval establishments at Portsmouth were in-. spected by the Lords of the Admiralty on Mon-, day. Next week 11,000 Territorials from Lancashire will commence their training on Salisbury Plain. Whilst regulating traffic at Isleworth, a police constable was knocked down and injured by a motor-car. When arrested at Brentwood, a young man tripped up the policeman and bolted. He was re-arrested. According to the quarterly report of the Shipwrights' Association, the trade outlook is not reassuring. Richard Mould, a griledigger, fell dead whilst preparing a grave in1 Camberwell Ceme- tery on Monday. The Gentlemen-at-Arms were on Monday in- spectèd by the King, the occasion being their 400th anniversary. „ Wfcije playing in a loft at^Lesieham, a .child, ag«cf- two, feH> through a hole iftto a ffour-bin and was suffocated. and wa& suffocated. An elderly labourer named Lethbridge was gored to death by a bullock on Monday at Kingsbridge, Devon. Music may be transmitted through the air to immense distances by means of a new invention in wireless telegraphy. A visit was paid on Saturday by the Aus- tralian cricketers to the Golden West Exhi- bition at Earl's Court. King Edward has sent his annual subscription of a hundred guineas to the Marine Society's training ship Warspite. At the age of 69, Mr. John Lewis, a well- known Montgomery shire-horse breeder, has died of double pneumonia. The King has consented to use, at the levee on June 22nd, a Henry VII. chair, belonging to Mr. Dudley, of Bognor. Sunday afternoon meetings to protest against infidelity have been renewed in Brockwell Park by the Rev. A. J. Waldron. On the complaint of the Scottish Automobile. Club, a chauffeur has been fined E5 at Dum- barton for excessive driving. A lad named Jackman fell over the cliffs near Swanage on Monday, while searching for sea birds' eggs, and was killed. A fine of £ 3 has been inflicted on a woman at Enfield for refusing to permit an inspector of nuisances to enter her workshop. With his wife a butler, named Lillford, has been remanded at Newport (Mon.) on a charge of stealing J3900 worth of silver goods. Georgq Marston Gubby, a telegraphist, has been remanded at Portsmouth on a charge of conspiring to defraud a bookmaker of £24. While rowing off Berwick on Saturday two men let their boat get broadside on to the surf. It was capsized by a. wave," and both were drowned. For making false representations in connec- tion with the old age pensions, a woman of 74, named Hastey, has been sent to prison at Pres- ton for two itiozithi. Lord and Lady Roberts celebrated their gold- en wedding at Englsrnere, Ascot, on Monday, and were the recipients of many congratula- tions and presentations. An official inspection of Dover Naval Har- bour was made on Saturday by Mr. McKenna (First Lord) and a party .of Naval and Civil Lords of the Admiralty. Lord Tredegar has undertaken to assume the part of Owain Glyndwr at the Welsh Na- tional Pageant. Many other names in connec- tion with the caste are published. A party of representatives of the munici- palitiesof Manchester and S'alford, numbering, with ladies, about thirty, left Charing Cross on Saturday on a ten days' visit to Germany As the result of the march; of/the Territorials throughout the City on Saturday, the strength of the five battalions of the City of London Regiment has. been considerably; ^augmented. Owing- to the refusal of the Rev F. Theo- bald (the rector) to open Little Wigborough Church, situated about a milo from the rectory, the annual vestry meeting was held in the churchyard. hur h At a banquet in Constantinople, Mr. H. F. B. Lynch, M.P., was assured of the desire of the Government and the Young Turkish Com- mittee to restore order in Asia Minor and to prevent outrages for the future. In the opinion of the Select Committee on the Police Force Weekly Rest Day, the case for London, should be taken by itself. It is re- commended that one day's rest in seven be given to every member of the Metropolitan Force. The Income Tax Resolution was dealt with in the Commons on Monday, the Premier de- livering an important speech in reply to the statement of the City bankers relating to the Budget. The resolution was carried by 299 votes to 96. In the House of Lords on Monday, Earl Wemyss raised the question of the efficiency of the Territorial Forces, and read a letter from Lord Roberts, who wrote that our land forces are in a "deplorable condition." The motion of Lord Wemyss was defeated, by 28 votes to 24. The village of Conisborough, about 12 miles from Sheffield, was the scene of a. shocking- tragedy early on Saturday morning. A miner named George Brown, aged 46, was discovered lying dead in bed with his throat cut. and it was evident that before committing suicide he bad turned the gas on all over the house, his sight children coming within an ace of death. Early on Saturday Mr. Thomas Harris, licen- of the Commercial Inn, Abertillery, was found by P-C.'s Rowlands and Barwell lying on the pavement under his bedroom window. Sergt. Rowlands sent for Dr. Mclnerney, and Mr Harris was carried to the house, where ho died within three minute3. It appears that iecoased had been ailing for some weeks, and at midnight he was seen by his wife in bed. Opening the Children a Infirmary at Carshal- ton on Saturday, Mr. John Burns was inter- rupted by a couple of suffragettes, to whom he replied in severe terms. He stated thkt some lotion had already been taken on the reports 3f tho Poor Law Commission, and something further would, and must, be done. If he was in office long enough and continued in his pre- lent hopeful and determined- spirit, there would lot be much left for the next Government to 1 lo.
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Y QOLOFNQYMREtG Y Farddoniaeth, Llyfrau Cymraeg i'w hadolygu, &0., i'w danfon i'r cyfeiriad canlynol: -Mr. E. T. John (Ieuan Dyfed), "Glantaf," 33. Bronheuloe, Penydarren. Mcithyr. AR Fakwolaeth Mn, S. L., etc.—Cerdd all- wyn deilwng a deheuig ar ol y cerddor ieuanc, gobeithiol, a ymadawedd mor gynnar yn ngwan- wyn ei oes. Golygfa Hwyrol, etc. — PeniJlion sydd yn weddol syml a naturiol; ond wfft i faintioli eich lleni papyr, a'ch dull afier o'u ilenwi drwy ysgrifenu yn blifh-draphlith o'r naill gongl i'r llall. Ceisiwch leni tua. chwarter maintioli y p. hvn, ac ysgrifenweh yn weddaidd a rhes- ymol ar iddynt, fob rhyw Grwtion ar&ll. Peddiwch gosod norlyiMpu- cy-fnaaehol ar yr, un lien e> bapyr %tr [^Billion,^ Y pert, swynol, a phcraroglus. Y PWLL Gl.o, etc.—Darluniad ffyddlon, cywir, a dyddorol o'r "pwll glo" yn ei ddiffygion, yn ogystal ag yn ei ragori;w3thau. Un o nodwedd- ion amlycaf y gwir fardd ydyw ei fod yn gallu gwisgo gwrthrychau ac amgylchiadau bywyd cyffredin a digon o urddas a dengarwch, fel ag i orfodi eraill i deimlo dyddordeb ynddynt. Ý LLAW. Hoew aelod a hylaw,—a nodded Feunyddiol o'n heiddaw: A fwriwyd i lafuriaw o hyd or lies, ydyw'r llaw. Abarcwmboi. ALAW Stlen. Y PELL LEISYDD. Heb ball hwylusa'r PelI-Ieisydd-y byd, I bob iaith mae'n gludydd; Ebion gwlad ar eiliad rydd Yn gyson,—bur negesydd. Cefn Coed. MYFIR Dtiri. Y DUWIOL YN MARW. Yn awr dy ing, yn nor d'angau,—lion wyt, Lien y nos a'n ddarnau, Ymagor mae gwawl-ddorau — haf-ddvdd glan, A Duw Ei Hunan sydd yn dy wenau. Sirhowy. MYFYB DD1.T. Y DLOD'YN. Ar fore'n Mai, ar fryn ym Mon, Ac anian yno'n gwenu, Canfyddwn flod'yn gwyn a gwiw, Ail loew lhv y lih A'i fron o aur, o firain wedd, Yn gcinwedd suai ganu. Mor firain yw! mor fwyn! mor Hardd wylaidd yw ei ddalen; beraroglus eawr,— I'w fynwes daw'r wenynen; O'r neithdar mwyn, hi nithia'r mel, A hel tra gwena heuiwen. Mae genyt waith, flodeuyn gwyn, Rhoi di i'n wawr dy wenau; J Mae genyt neges yn y byd— Nid hir fydd hyd dy ddyddiau; Llawenydd, purdeb, bywyd lion, Yw rhocldlon byw dy ruddiau. Trwy'n bywyd ni, tra yn y byd, Pur wynfyd ba.ro i ninnau, A llewyrch Nef a'n gwna yn lIon- ■■■ Daionus yw ci doniau; A glesni purdeb dyrchwn glo IIeb lid ar Sul y Bodau. Dowlais. W. n. n. j( LLINELLAU Ar farwolaeth y diweddar Mr. Sam Lewis, A.V.C.M., Rhymni (Arweinydd Cor Meibien Barpoed), yr hyn a gymerodd le pan bron cyr- haedd ei 25ain mlwydd oed. Cyn sychu dagrau ar ol ffryn Nad yw ond wedi blaenu, Mae oe-rddor arall wedi I wiad y bythol ganu; Mae'r ddau yn awr mewn gwisg gydd lan, Yn seinio'n ber eu tannau, Fel ) gyfeilio'r uchel gan 0 fawl i Dduw yn ddiwahan, Am waed i beiau. Ag eithrio ffafrau tad a mam Fu'n dyner iawn bachgen, Fel "pet" y teulu ydoedd Sam, A phawb yn uno'n llawen, I roi'r flaenoriaeth iddo ef, Yn rhinwedd ei ddaioni, A gallu ei athrylith gref Mewn uchel ddysg ar Iwybraur Net Gan barchu ci rieni. Nid rhyfedd yw eu bod yn syn 0 dan y brofedigaeth, Tra'r dagrau'n treiglo fel o lyn, 0 ffynonellau hiraeth, Mai gelyn yw yr angau ereh Sy'n rhwygo yr amcanion Fodplai'n fynych yn y sercli, Wrth godi anwyl fab neu ferch Fu'n orlawa o obeithion. Esgynodd Sampel o'r llawr, Fel eSwr o foreu'i ddyddiau, Yn y-sgolhaig a cherddor mawr, Yn ngwawrddydd ei daJentau; Bu rhai datganwyr goreu'n gwlad Yn dystion o'i fawr allu, Pan yn cyfeilio mown mwyn had, Fel iawn berdonydd, yn lleshad I'r canwr wrth was'naethu. 'Roedd bod yn gweini i Gor Maiv* John Price ar lan yr Elyrch, Yn tystiolaethu ar bob awr Ei iwydd mewn llawer ymgyrch; Heblaw'r anrhydedd o gael bod Mewn cor fu mor llwyddianus, Fe wnaeth ei ran i gyraedd nod Y fuddugoliaeth gaed yn glod Y merched anrhydeddus. Bu yn olynydd cywir iawn 1 Richards, fel arweinydd I Gor y Bargoed pan yn lIawn 0 peroriaethydd; Ond byr yw'r cyfnod fu yn ngwisg Y fantail arweinyddol, Cyn cael ei gipio fry i fysg Y cor perffeithiaf sydd a'i ddysg Uwchlaw y corau bydol. Wel, ymgysurweb yn y ffaith I'ch ceraint hoff a gweithgar, I orphen yn ei fri y gwaith Oedd iddo ar y ddaear; Ei orchwyl inwy heb unrhyw haint, Yn rhydd o bob cystuddiau, Fydd moli Duw am gael y fraint Ar hyd ei oes yn mhlith y saint I ganmol gwaed y Mcichiau. Pontypridd. David EDWARDS. Y PWLL GLO. Disgynai^ yn gyflym i ddyfnder aru, 'Rwy'n ofni mai uffern am byth fydd fy rhan, Cartrefle sefvdlog tywyllwch digymysg, Heb scren fach wanllyd i'w gwel'd yn un man. Yr awyr afiachus sy'n dwym a brwmstanaidd, Nis gallaf anadlu ond nwyon o dan: Archffwrnais ddialgar, gwasgara wres llethol, I Ond oeidw bob llewyrch o'm cyrhaedd yn lan. Swn a glywaf yn mhobman o'm deutu, Tarana y dorau dan fflangell y gwynt: Gwna egni rhyfeddol i ddianc o'i garchar, Ac esgyn i'w gartref iachusol fel cynt: ddftear vn clecian, bygythia. fy nghladdu Am rwygo-ei chalon mor greulawn o hyd, 0 fangre gaddugawl, fFynonell pob prudd-der, Nifaidd y ddallhuan anturio i'th fyd. Fy wyneb orchuddir Ran ba.rddu teim'.adwy, 'Rwy'n myncd yn dduach a liagrach bob awr: Rhy wanaidd vw'r huan, or cyma.int ei allu, I loni fy ysbryd a llewyrch o'i wawr; Clustfeiniaf am enyd i wrandaw bath glywaf, Swn dynion neu ellyll ddaw ataf o draw; Mae'u .chwaeth yn llygrcdjg, a'u hiaith yri gythreuhg, Eu lIwonia leimv fy enaid a braw. Arllwysant rhyw genllif o'r geiriau aflanaf Mewn ymffrost na chlvwir yn unman ei ryw: Nid digon yw cablu a rhegu Crist'noeion— Anelant eu saethau gwenwynig at Dduw; Hvf heriant Ei allu, yn nghyd a) fodolaeth, Pe gallent. fe'i mathrent fel Iosu i'r bedd; Eu hyfder ofnadwy barlysa. gythreuliaid. A Satan ddirgrvnft gan ofn am ei sedd. Ymbwyllaf os gallaf, 'rwy'n teimlo y gwaelod: Diwaelod yw uffern-—mae gobaith yn wir, A chlywaf arwyddion o brysur dramwyfa Cydrhyngom a rhywle i fyny yn glir. Dy gynyreh bendithfawr sy'n fywyJ i feirw, Gwnei gerbyd o haiarn fel 'deryn o'r bron; Goletri, cynheei, sirioli aehvydydd, Gwnei longau fel elyrch ar wyneb y don. 'Rwy'n cwrddyd a dynion o'r na.tur dyneraf, Carodig 0 galon, a thyner o'r hen: Rhai neidiant cydrhyngddo a ch ledt a. pheryg!: 000 YWun yn uffern all yrnddwvn mor glen ? Y gwaith a ddistawodd, mae'n amser ciniawa, Ond hyfryd swn arall adseinia o bell; Swn oanu. a. moli 'rwy'n meddwl yn sicr, Ond brysiaf nes atynt i ddeall yn well. "Y Gwr a. fu gynt o dan hoelion" a, ganant Mewn ysbryd nefolaidd a thanllyd dros ben; Hwy dybl&nt a threblant wrth foli eu Prynwr Am fyned i'w deddf-le rhwng Uadron aa* bren. Mi welaf arch>gablwr yn a^vr ar ei liniau, Yn erfyn am fywyd, a'i ddagrau yn llyn Grandawyd ei waddi, cyfododd yn Gristion- Ni welir yn uffernwOlthredoedd fel hyn. Anfonir angylion claerwynion o Wynfa Yn fynych Itt neges fendithiol i'n bra: Arbedant ein bywyd a'u 'sgwyddau cadarn-gryf Trwy gynal y nenfwd. neu ddernyn o lo; Os gyrir saeth weddi o'th ddyfnder o galon, Yr Arglwydd brysura. i ateb ein lief; Os myn yr annuwiol dy wneyd yn borth uffern, I'r duwiol fe'th alwyd porth hyfryd i'r Nef. &Leracca» Wu. THOMAS.
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¡- e i i |! CRICKET. | 1 I TO CRICKET CLUB SECRETARIES. Reports of cricket matches played on Saturday should be sent to Die "Merthyr Express" office as early in the week as possiblo. Those received later than vvcancsday morning cannot be inserted. MATCHES. 1 CARDIFF V. HILL'S PLYMOUTH. Cardiff v. Hill's Plymouth (Merthyr) met at Car- diif on Saturday. The visitor, who brought a strong team, including five counlv men, E. Watts (Ber&s) W. Barker (Berks), Dodson (Notts), S. Ifack("r (Gloucester), and Ford (London CoiVity and Wills), batted first. pat ou-182 and <lcclared having onlx lost, four wickets, Nash.took two wicV ets lor 50 riin4 I'rccdv one for 64, and Charles one for 24. Cardiff opened badly, but Cording- and Evàns managed to make a stand, the former, before -being smartly stumped by Penfold, contributing a well played innings of 43, and the latter'36. Towards the close the Situation became rather exciting, two of the Cardiff men being run out in succession. Time favoured the homesters, however, and they finished 52 behind with one wrcket in hand. and the game resulted -in a draw. Scores:- Hill's Plymouth. j J. Stapleton, c Cording, b Precdy 45 W. Penfold, h Nash 2 C. S. Ford. &t Lock, b i\ash 17 Watts, c Lock, b Charles 28 S. Hacker, not out 53 Barker, not out 2\ L'XtTas 13 Innings declared. Dodson, J. Williams, S Handy, K. Harris, anll" V, JIankcy did not bat." Cardiff. N. V. K iches, c Penfold 2 O. E. Cording, st Penfold. b Handy 48 L Evans, c tyankev 36 H. G. Symonds, b Barker 8, -T. P Cadogan, b Hacker 12 A. Gibson, b Hacker I) N'asli. b Barker i H. M Watkins, run out -f I Preedy, run out :V 1 T. M. Charles," not out :0 T.H.Lock. not out I Extras -130 HILL'S PLYMOUTH (MERTHYR) SECONDS Y. CARDIFF SECONDS. Played at Pentrebach. Scores Hill's Plymouth Seconds. I J. Mulvey, b Puddicoi-abe 12 D. Jones, c Ferguson, b Puddicombe 17 C. Treinlin, not out 33 .1. Jones, c Sheppcrd, b Puddicome 0 T. Hordley, c Gaccon. b Colley 3 D. H. Jones, c Puddicombe, b Colley 0: T. Jones, c Sutherland, b Colley 0 H. Cross, lbw b Puddicombe 3 W. Thorne, b Colley 1 W. George, lbw, b Colley 0 E. Owen, b Colley 12 Extras I ll-lt2 Cardiff Seconds. F. Waring, b Hordley 15 A. J. Pritchard, b Hordley 12 C. Colley, lbw, b Cross 6 Gaccon, c W. George, b Hordley 10 T. Evans, b llordiev 13 A. Sheppard. b W. George 41 W. Pritchard. b Hordley 23 Ferguson, b Hordle-5 Sutherland, b Owen 4 Puddicombe, not out 0 Sub., b Hordley 0 Extras 5—\i4 MOUNTAIN ASH V. FERNDALE. Played at Ferndale. Scores m Mountain Ash. W. Stuckley run out 6 W. Evans, lbw b Proctor 0 T. Thomas, b Davies .1 J. Havard. b and b Proctor 20 T. Williams, e J. I). Morgan, b Proctor Z> 8. Lethcrway, b Proctor 0 P. Phillips, retired hurt S. bhipton, b Proctor 0 F. James, b Gower 1 k" J.uP'py'' b Proctor 4 D. Richards, not out •• 1 Extras 8"82 • t, ». Ferndale. A. R. Morgan, b Shipton -— 35 G. Gower, b Sliipton .0 W. Davies, b Shipton 4 T. Jarman, c Jones, b Shipton 4 H. Proctor, b Jones Jabez Richards, b Sliipton 2L D. Morgan, c Havard, b Shipton 8 G. Chiids, not out 7 J. D. Morgans, not out 'r 8 Extras — 24—115 TREDEGAR V. BEAUFORT. flayed at Tredegar this being the home team's first fixture of the season. Malty batted excel- lently for 75, only giving one difficult chance throughout a very fine innings. W. Bull also played stylish cricket, making 41 (not out) with scarcely, a c blemish. The game ended in a draw. Scores-;— Tredegar. J. W. Butcher, b R. Watkins 5 A. M. Mai thy, c Norris. b Watkins 7fJ D. W. Widdison, run out 14 ^1 H. G. Brown, run out < A. Price, not out 2,.4" C. Relf, b G. Williams l1 oxtras -■ «-• -limiRgs declared. Beaufort. D. Devonallt, b W. Williams 1 W. Bull, not out 41 T. Day, c Jlaltby, b W. F- Jones 9 -H. IioOerts,* b \V." P""7ones 5; »•». on G. Williams, b Widdison H. Norris, 0 Williams, b Widdisgul. a L. Palmer, b Williams 0 J. Cox, b Williams P J. Rakes, b Williams 0. J. Bull, not out 0 Extras -'4—91- EBBW VALE V. CAERPHILLY. Played at Ebbw Vale, Scores:- Caerphilly- W. Matthews, b Maxted 1 J. Davies, b Maxted .0 H. Williams, 1) Maxted 5 A. H. Holdroyd, b Maxted 3 D. Williams, st Cavanagh, b Maxted 4 J. Fisher, run out 23 H. Dyer, b Maxtcd J 0 W. Matthews c Williamson, b Maxted 16 I). Williams, b Davies 12 !i" b Davie3 ~— 4 B. Crew, not out •- 0 Extras 8-!i Ebbw Vale. Dai Davies, c Fisher, b Williams — 0 H. J. Wright, b Williams 12 J. Cavanagh c Dyer, b Matthews 1 65 T. II. Irish, b Matthews -t 15. A. W. Maxted. b Matthews .»« la W. Robins, c'Williams, b Dovey 22 R. Price, c Fisher, b Williams 1 D. J. Richards, not out 45 J. Williamson, b Dovey .» & R. Bull, b H. Williams ;12 W. Churchill b II. Williams 15 Ext,-as -x- ABERTILLERY V BRYNMAWR. ilayed at Abertillery Scores:- Brynm^iwr. W. Mees, b Evan Watkins .a Turner, not out 14 J. Dunn, b Evan Watkins 0 J. L. Davies, b England 0 L. Lewis, b England i.* 0 E. Salisbury, b Evan Watkins 1 B- Roberts, b Evan Watkins 0 W. Prosser, b Evan Watkins 1 E. C. Minton, b England 1 J. Walters, c Evan Watkins, h England 0 B. Jones, c Jenkins, b England .0 0 Extras i—20 Abertillery. W. Tlutton, b Prosser 7 W. England, c and b Turner 2 M. Robins, b Turner 6 M. Price, b Pressor 0 S. Eynon. b Turner 0'- <). Winmill, 1» Turner 7 J- Wilson, b Prosser; 4 W. Powell, b Prosser .I A. Jenkins, c Minton, b Turner 21, G. Baghurst. b Prosit- 29 Evan Watkins (capt.), not out 5 Extras 3-f3. *A- DOWLAIS C.C. V. BEBLINOG C:C. Played at Dowlais on Saturday. The honwsters; were successful, thus gaining their fourth consecu- tive win. For Dowlais the four players who went to the wickets batted very well. Tiro bowling ÖJ ,Newton, who took five wickets for 8 runs was-really good. For Bedlinog J. Lang batted nicely. Scofes: Dowlais C.C. Wm. Davies, Ibw, b Phillips 23 J. T Williams, lbw. b Davies 33 J. Newton, c and b Humphries 29 J. Davies, not- out 41 Extras £ —151 H. Lewis, J. Lewis, W. B. Surridge, T. JJ. Davies, Wat Jones, p, Barrell, and D. J. Johira- than did not bat. Bedlinog C.O. J. Lewis, st T. R. Davies. b Wat Jones 18 J. llowells, c and b Wat Jones 3 D. Davies, b J. Newton 5 J. Humphreys, b Wat Jones V J. Lang, b J. Davies 31 E. T. Owen, b J. Davies 2 L Phillips, c J T Williams, b J Newton 3 V Walters, c J T Williams, b J Newton 1 II Price, c P. Barrell, b J Newton 0 C. Stockham. b J. Newton 0 B. Humphreys, not cut 8 Extras E—W Penydarren Lilywhites v. Hirwain.-Played at Hirwain on Saturday. Hirwain were at full strength while Penydarren lacked tho services of .G. W. Evans, Tom IIayes, Stan Evans, and C. Tucker, but capable substitutes were found in Lochio Oneno% W. J. Evans, D. T. Edmunds, and Tom B. Evans. Penydarren won by three wickets and four run?. Scores :—Hirwain Tom Young (capt*), lbw, b L. Duenos, 6; Sandford b L. Dnenos, 5; L. Anbrev, b L. Duenos, 2; Bert Davies, c E. Powell, b I,. Duenos, 0; T. Powell, obstruction, b J. Lewis, 2; R. Hennesey, b L. Duenos, 9; W. Jones, T) J.-Lewis, 5; D. R. Morgan, c M- Griffiths, b L. Dnenop, 3; J. Jenkins, b Jos. Lewis. 4; T..T. Thomas, c W. J. Lav/rence, b L. Duenos, 2; J. J. Smale, not out, 0: extras, 7; total, 45. Penydarren.- G. Grif- fiths (capt.). b Anbrey, 2; Lochio Dnenos, c Tho- mas. b B. Davies, 6- W. J. Lawrence, run out, 3; D. T. Evans, c and'b B. Davies, 4; M. oirtffiths. c Young, b Aubrey, 7; E. Powell, b B. Davfcs, 0; W. J. Evans, b T. Powell, 6; T. B. Evans, net ont, 9; Jos. Lewis, not out, 3; extras, 4; total (fot seven wickets), 49. Abercanaid Primroses r. Abercanaid LWics.-Play- ed at the Rjver Field on Saturday. For the Prim- roses Collard took five wickelts for 3 runs, J. Davies one for 6 rnnS, Willie Beach three wickets for 3 runs, and D Davies one wicket for 5 runs. ScoresPrimroses W. Beach, b D. J. Morgan, 4; Tom Rees, b D. J. Morgan, l: T. R. Roder- ick, c and b W. R Morgan, S; E. Roderick, b D. J. Morgan, 2; D. Davies. b D. J. Morgan, 2; C. Collard, b E. Griffiths, 4; Lewis Davies, b W. R. Morgan, 0: T. J. Davies, c B. Williams, b Grif- fiths, 3; M. Thomas, b W. R. Morgan a- Tom Barlow, not out, 2; Tom Davies, b W. R. Morgan, 0; extras, 12.; total, 39. Lilies: ,H. Thomas, b W. Beach, 0; W R. Morgan, ran oat. 2; E. Griffiths, c Beach, b Collard, 9; R. Bodger, b ticach. 1; A. Morgan, b Beach, 0; D. J. Morgan, hit wicket, 0; S. Morgans, b Collard, 0; T. J.; Morgans, b T. J. Davies, 3; E. Rees. not out, 3; B. Williams, b Collard. 0; J. Williams.-« P. I DayiSli b GifUaid# 9;, vifmt 4- L. A-a..IfU-USr. '4_- Dowlais Works v. Abergavenny Y.M.C.A.—Play- ed at Abergavenny 011 Saturday, For tho Y.M.C.A. A. Green and W Rosser batted well, and S. Ham- blyn, and A. Greon bowled well, each taking two wickets for 12. For the Works, J Morgan, J. Evans and D. Jones bowled and batted well, taking live for 11, two for 10, and three for 3 respectively. Scores:—Abergavenny • W. Hill, b J. Morgan, 2; B. II. Evans, b J Evans, 0; A. Green, c Donovan, b .]. Evans, 6: J. A. Morley, st J Jones, b J. Morgan, 0; W. llosser, c Ogleby, b D Jones, 5; S. Hamblyn, b J. Morgan, 0, F. Simpson, c 0, c Price, b j. Morgan, 3: J. Emery, c Miles, b D. i Jones, C; R. Clayson, b J. Morgan, 2; Cousens, b D. Jones, 0; G. Evans, not out, 0; extras, 6; total, 24. Dowlais- W. J Bowen, b Green, 5; W. Miles, b Green, 0, J. Morgan, b Cousens, 33, J. Donovan, b Hill, 2; J. Evans, b Simpson. 18; Owen Price, c Green, b Hamblyn, 1; D. Jones, not out, 11; J. Jones, b Hamblyn, 1, T. Da- vies, not out, 1; extras, 5; total (seven wickets), 77. Aberdarc Church C.C. v. Cwmaman.—Played on the Aherdarc Athletic Grounds on Saturday. Aber- dare Church: il,, Parfter,• !tmvb Addiseotty 16; H. j C,R(je,"c erumh, b J. Jones, 10: W Tb J. Row lands,-b?\T-Gvorge, P. • llake. b George, 18: A. Jones, c Jones, b Crumb, 0; T. Jones, b T. Georjre, 0; E. Meade, b Crumb, 6: A. E. Kimpton, c Crumb, b J. Jones, 9; ] L Knibbs, not out, 2; J Eynon. b T. George. 0: ex- tras, 13; total, 92. Cwmaman: J. Jones, b Parker, 14, Tooirood. b Parker, 14; Barson, h Jones, 19; Porter, b Parker, 6; T. George, not out, 31; Thomas, b Parker, 2; Hacker. b Elias. 8; Ad- discott. b Elias, 3; Crumb, not out, 3; extras, I 11: total, 111. Beaufort, Seconds v. Trcdegar Seenpds.-Plai-ed at Beaufort before a large crowd and resulted in an easy win for tho home team. Jack Morgan, Graham Davies. and S. Reynolds gave fine batting dis- plays, but the visitors g'ave a poor exhibit-ion, aid were'all dismissed for 31. Scores Beaufort Sc- cosds. 11. Speake, b W T. Williams, 0; Graham Davies. c Maxted. b E. Jones. 15, A. Norris. b Maxted, 1- W. Probert, c Maxted, b Williams, 1; Jack Morgan, c ]\iaxled, b Williams, 1, Jack Mor- gan, e Maxted, b Williams, 18; D. L. Reynolds, c Maxted b Williams, 18, D. L. Reynolds, c Maxted I)' .Tones 28, W. G. Thomas, b E. Jones, 0 E' Watkins, b Williams, 1. H. Shepard, c Maxted, b E. Jones, 0; Albeit Roberts, c Bullock, b E. Jones, 6: J Bull, not out, 7; extras, 4. to- tal, 81. Tredegar'Seconds B. Maxted. c A. Ro- berts b W. G. Thomas, 4; Bullcck, b W. G. Tho- mas 9; W. Maxted, c G. Davies, b J. Bull, 0; J-. Williams, run out, b W. G Thomas, 1, G Dando, b W. G. Thomas. 0, D. II, Jones, b Morgan, 7;, Edward Jones, c A. Norris, b W. G. Thomas, 0; Wiimot, lbw, b W. G. Thomas. 3, '• Williams, c J. Morgan, b A. Roberts, 5, W. K, Hopkins, run out b; extras, 4; total, ol. Darranlas v. Abercanaid.—Played at Mountain Ash on Saturday. Scores :-ALercatiaid T. Hun- icr, c Mortimer, 5; T. Thomas, b Brook, 3; fc. Callard, b Stebbings, 7, W. T. Williams, b Mor- timer 0- B. Saunders, b Brooks, 2, 4?. Rees, c Hebb'ings, b Brooks, 5; W. Lewis, not out, 0; J. Hunter, lbw b Stebbings. 3; J. Lewis, c Brooks, Hunter, lbw b Stebbings. 3; J. Lewis, c Brooks, b MortImer, I, H,. Roderick, b Mortimer 0; ex- tras, 2; total, 40. Darranlas: W. W illiams, b Williams, 4; Stebbings. c and b Williams 2; D. A. Brooks, b Lewis, 0; W. Titfnu, b Williams, 0; G. Brooks, c Callard, btLewis 2: I). Mortimer b. Williams, 5; W, Brooks, c Roderick, b Williams, 5, W, C. Evans, b Lewis, 1, D. A. Brooks, b Lewis, 0; C. Braggs, b Lewis, 0; T. Mortimer, not out, 0; extras, 1; total, 20. St. Margaret's (Aberaman) v. St. Teiio's (Moun- tain Ash).—Played at Mountain Ash on Saturday. The match should have counted a a League fix- ture but owing to unforsecn circumstances it was played out as a friendly. Scorcs :—St..Margaret s W Alalc b T. Humphries, 0: J. Cummmgs, c 5 Phillips, 'b Humphries, 10; E. Lewis, b Savage, 46- J. Cunnick. b Humphries, 2; J. Brown, t> Howells, 0; R. Williams, c Humphries, 5: W. J. J. Smith, c Howells, b Humphreys, 2; J- Jones. b Savage 3; W. Evans, c Barlow, b Humphries, 0 p. Smith, lbw, b Humphries, 0; W. Parker, • nut out, 10, extras, 10; total, 86. St. Tedo' p..l. Humphreys, c Cunnings, b Cunnick, 2; b H Williams 3; B. Howells, b R. Williams, 0, G. Barlow, b R. Williams, 0; J. Morgan, c Smith. b Cunnick, 0; T. Savage, b R Williams, 2; 1. Morgan, b Cunnick, 2. W. Morgan, b Cunmck, C; W Barlow, c Smith, b Cunnick, 0; A. Jen- kins, b Williams. 1, L. Bevan, not out, 1; ex- tras.' 2; total, 13. .Waui,,Iwyd V. Blaiiia.Taunlwyd and Victoria opened their new ground on Saturday last, to Illaina Town team. S,or,.s :-Waunlwyd and Victoria. D. Rees 2- W Williams, 5; J. Brown, 1; x; Wafers'0- J. Greenland, 21; D. Miles, 1; C. Edwards, 4; J. Thatcher, 3; T. Jones, 14j J. Jenkins, 0: Wm. Law, 10; extras, 4; total, 64. Blaina: D. Williams, 0; H. Jones, 10; B. Hughes, 5; J. Jones, 10; 1.. Davies 0; i. Taylor, 0. D. Luff. 0; C. Hilher 0; N. Chaff>, 0- F liiuger. 11- C. Leach, 4; extras, 4; total, 44. The bowling'of Brown and Thatcher was the chief feature of the match. Brown took five wrcKets for 16, Thatcher four for 22. Miles delighted the spectators keeping wicket. Penydarren C.E.M.S. v. New Wredegar Lilics,- At the College Field, Merthyr, on Saturday, bcores: -C.E.M.S.. 51; New Tredegar Lilies, 13. Dukestown v. Sirhowy.-At Duke-stown on Satur- day Scores .—Sirhowy, 90; Dukestown. 23. Saron Cricket Club, Tredegar. v. Mr. Harold Da- vies's Eleven.—At Tredegar on Saturday. Scores Saron Cricket Club, 58; Mr. Harold Daviess XI., 68 for seven wickets, Mountain Ash Higher Standard School v. St. Mar- garet's Junior Choristers.—Scores: Choristers. 62; School, 78. ABERDARE AND DISTRICT LEAGUE Cwmbach v. Aberdarc School of Commerce.—Play- ed at Aberdare on Saturday. Scores :-Cwmbach E. Jenkins, hit wicket, 2; J. Matthews. b King, 2; T. Meredith, b King, 0; n. J. Thomas, b Mason, 6; J. Ellery. b King, 4; F. C. Jones, b Mason, 2; D. Meredith, st Parry, b Mason, 0; J. M -S. James, b Mason. 0; K. Evans, b Mason, 3; D. Morris, b Mason.. 0; D. J.' Davies, not ont. 2; extras, 3; total, 24. School of Commerce C. Ivina, I) Thomas. 13; D. Morgan, b Ellery, 0: W. J. Mason, c Jenkins. b Thomas. 2; D. H. Parry b Ellerv, 0; L. Williams, c. Jones, b Ellery, 0; T. Rees' not out 12: J. Howells, lbw, h Thomas, 0, B.J'. Jongs, b Jittery, 1; Wid U, Eilcrv 3; I. Davies, b Elle.y, 0: GJ J. Jones, tbw, b Ellerv, 0; extras, 6; total, 37. WESTERN VALLEY CRICKET LEAGUE. Rcsnit of matches in the above competition on Saturday — Ebbw Va^e 21- Winchestown, 77 for 7 wickets. Blaina United. 42; Abertillery, 45 for 9 wickets. Nantyglo, 62 for 6 wickets; Aberbeeg, 52. The following players have been selected to play at Aberbeeg on NVhit-Wednesday, June 2nd, 19-09:- North. Henrv Bann, captain, Nantyglo- J. Wchb (vice-captain), W. Price. G. Davies and F. K. Wil- liams Winches: J. Fawke, W. Jenkins and 1-1. Powell, Nantyglo, T. Tbomas and W. Edwards, Garn; J. Redwood. Ebbw Vale; reserves. J. Evans, Winches, and Whatley, Ebbw Yale, nmpire, J. Phillips, Winches. South J. Lowery, Blaina U., captain; A. Little, Abertillery, vice-captain; Chidgey, W Carter and W. Powell, Aberbeeg; J. Rees, S. Jones, J. Davies and W. Gore, Blaina U.; W. Little, Abertillery; J. Williams, Blaina S.pre- serves, D. Jelly and Vaughau. Blaina S.; umpire, G. Good, Abertillery. This Week's Crfcket Fixture*. Dowlais Seconds v. Penydarren Lllywhites, at Dowlais. „ „. IJedwellty v. Dowlais Firsts, at Bedwellty.
-+r-- FOOT BALL. RIIYMNEY VALLEY LEAGUE. A meeting of the Rhymncy Valley Association Football League was held at Hengocd last Thurs- day. Mr. W E. Thomas, Llanbradacn, presided. A long discussion ensued on the minute referring to the unpiayed match between Aberdare and Ton Fentre. The match was abandoned in consequence of the Ton Pentre ground being under water. It was decided to award the championship to Aber- darc. The Ton Pentre representative (Mr. Char- rington) said his club would take the matter fur- ther. Another dispute came up in the Division if. match arranged between CA-m and lroeayrhiw to bo plaved at New Tredegar, at which the Troedy- rhiw team failed to put in an appearance. The meeting ordered the match to be the tirst played next season as a. cup final. The Cwm representatives said they would appeal to the associatiou on the subject.
& ■" QUOITS. HEOLGERRIG V. ClLSiNWS. 1 These teams met on the former's ground on Saturday to play their first league match of the season. Scores;- Heolgerrig. cnisanws. J. Thomas 21 R. Vaughan 7 T. Griffiths 21 W. Lewis 16 Wat Joftes 21 T. Jones 14 T. Thomas 18 W. Davies 21 J. T. Davies. 12 J. Meyrick 21 T. J, Walters 21 J. Lewis 20 E, Griffiths 13 R. Jones 21 N. Phillips 21 D. Havard 19 148 139
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