:=-=- __M a la WHAT J To Wear for Whitsuntide is the Problem many men wish solved r. T. C. PALMER The MERTHYR CASH TAILOR, has the Largest Stock of CASHMERES, SERGES, SCOTCH and SAXONY TWEED SUITINGS in Exclusive Designs, and THIS WEEK Im lw wa I IS SHOWING In his Windows a Special Purchase of CASHMERE SUITINGS, in Perfect Shades of Green, Bronze and Lavender Grey, marked at 50/- the Suit, but honestly worth 60/ made in the New City Style, with Long Lapels and Slit in Back, just suitable For Whitsuntide. T L _11- ORDER AT ONCE! And YOU will have the Suit for the Holidays.
• <% 9 <>» o Q) I t J CRICKET. TO CRICKET CLUB SECRETARIES. >i ^ePPr,^s °* cricket matches played on Saturday i lould be sent to the "Merthyr Express" office as *uny m the week as possible. Those received later vnaii Wednesday morning cannot be inserted M A TCH ES. HILL'S PLYMOUTH V BEAUFORT. Ij1 ,'he match between Hill's Plymouth (Merthy?0 and Beaufort, played on the Plymouth Ground, at ienlrebach, the visitors were dismissed for 89. The bome side piled up a score of 3X6 for four wickets, two of their men passing the century—Dodson mak- ing 145 and Baker carrying out his bat for 109 scores Beaufort. .W Bull, b Wo Barker IQ D. Devnallt, b, 8. Hacker r- 7 T. Day, b W. Barker d' l G. WillialIls., b S. Hacker 11 L. Palmer; b 8: Hacker 29 H. Norris, b S. Hacker 0 E. 8 Roberts, e Harris, b S. Hacker 1 f. H Boil, st Watts, b W. Barker 23 J Cox, lbw. b J. Williams l J. Raikes, b S. Hacker. o R. H. Watkins, not out 4 Extras 2-89 Hill's Plymouth. T. Stapleton, c R. H. Watkins, b L. Palmer 1 a Ford, c Watkins. b Devnallt 24 V-V ^,°dson, c D. Devnallt, b H Morris 145 ^•Barker, not out 109 run out ^r.iwr. 23 watts, not out _■ £ 5 Extras .v-f.v.t.v.ii.i 9-31 # WHITCHURCH V. MOUNTAIN ASH. Played at the Duffryn Grove, Mountain Ash. on Saturday A feature of the game was the fine bowl- eg by Cladish, and the excellent batting by R. ™°°ne.v. Just on the end of the game H. Ilarris li, ■ '"fortunately injured, a ball hitting him on the elbow. Scores Whitchurch. ,W. J. Richards, c Williams, b Shipton 20 J. L. Williams, b Shipton 0 A. E. Flack, b Shipton 11 Cladish, c Evans, b Stucke\ 7 R. Rooney, c Stuckey, b Evans 42 E. G. Nicholls. b Havard. 0" 9 J. J. FoxalL st Williams, b Shipton 5 B. Chivers, c H. Malvey, b Williams 24 R. Daviea, b Da vies 17 H. Harris, retired hurt v 0 ,W. Partridge, not out — 0 Extras 7-r 6-141 Mountain Ash. J. Havard, c Partridge, b Cladish 7 IW. Stuckey, c Partridge, b Cladish 0 J. Mulvey, c Partridge, b Cladish 10 H. Mulvey, c Nicholls, b Partridge 4 .W. Evans, st Rooney, b Cladish 10 T Thomas, b Cladish 11 T Williams, c Nicholls, b Cladish 4 G. Davies, c Foxall, b Cladish 0 P. Phelan, c Flack,, b Partridge 0 S. Nether way, not out 0 S. Shipton, b Partridge. 0 Extras 1—47 NELSON V. LLANBRADACH. t Nelson. E. M. Davies and H Davies did well lrith the ball, the former taking seven wickets for M runs, and the latter three for nil. Scores Nelson. ,W. H. Parry, c Jarman, b Phillips 6 J. Edwards, b Phillips 0 A Williams, c Shrapcott, b Hanford 32 ,H. Davies, c Williams, b Hanford 27 'E. M. Davies, st Tudor, b Lane 1 Dr. Terry, c Tudor, b Phillips 9 F. J. Barnes, b Lane 12 P. G. Howard, b Lane ? 6 E. J Walters, c Evans, b Lane — 12 T. Harding, b Phillips. 4 C. A. Osborne, not out 4 Extras -C-77 9-122 Ll anbradach. 'J. Phillips, bE.-Davies -tt-.—t 1 H. Shapcott b H. Davies 0 E. Hanford, bE. Davies 0 J. Tudor, b E.'Davies 2 J. Evans, b E. Davies 2 J. Bevaa, b If. I)avies B. Hanford, st Williams, b E. Davies 0 R. Williams, st Williams, b E. Davies 0 3. Morrison, not out 6 T. White, c Osborne, b E. Davies 0 J. Jarman, b H. Davies 0 Extras 4-15 # EBBW VALE V. ABERGAVENNY. 'Abergavenny made their first visit to Ebbw Vale on Saturday, when glorious weather prevailed for tlw match. The asylum town team invariably play their games at home, so that it is looked upon as m honour when they play on a strange ground. Mr. Irish, the Vaiian secretary, however, would not be lienied, and after prolonged negotiations, was suc- tessful in getting this crack team to make the jour- fcey. There was a splendid attendance in the held, but there was the usual bunch of "mean sportsmen, who prefer viewing the game from the eminence close to the ground, where their pockets are not afl'tcLed. S. H. Irish and H. J. Wright opened the batting for Ebbw Vale to the bowling of Childs and lames. The scoring was slow, both batsmen playing im the defensive, and helping themselves to a few tuns off stray balis. When he had scored 6 Irish was Lowled by a splendid delivery of Childs. Ca. vana^h joined Wright, and the spectators were treat- ed to good cricket. Wright, after putting together i weii-carned 15, got in front of his wicket in at- tempting to play Wildblood to leg. The decision, nevertheless, was a doubtful one. It. Graham joined Li.vanagh. and soon played himself in. He kept The ball low, and would not be tempted to hit out. Lavanagh, in the meantime, practically monopolised P; scoring. At length he was clean bowled by w'th his share of the score at 20. The score at 55 for three wickets, a fairly good start, tnen L>. j. Richards and A. W. Maxted were dis- with successive balls from Wildblood. Both -lean bowled. W. Robins joined his captain, and iituougii he played the first over with some care, je soon opened his shoulders, and gave the spec- tators a brilliant exhibition of clean hittin"- Gra- ham, by this time. played himself in, and adopting forcing measures, fours were common The cau- iaiit "-skied' a ball, and was well caught by Wild- fclood. after having- compiled a faultless 42 The partnership between him and Robins had taken the tcore from 55 to 147, R. Price followed, and staved e 'a, i few overs, before he was bowled by James. Dai Davies shared the same fate with the same bowler. tVilliiimson followed, and opened with a couple of rood hits. Robins-co ntinued to play brilliant cricket, mt was unfortunate in receiving a nasty injury. A »st ball rose from the pitch, and struck him on ihe head. He, fell slightly dazed, but soon re- turned. It was evident, however, that he had had mough. He spooned a ball, which was taken by Lewis. His brilliant innings of 50 included 2 Bxes, 6 fours, 2 threes, 1 two, and o singles. He ras heartily applauded upon his return to the pa- vilion. Churchill did not stay long, the whole side >eing out for the respectable total of 170. It was telt that this useful lead would save Ebbw Vale jrom defeat, and with anything like good luck there ra-s a possibility of winning. Lewis and Webb parted for Abergavenny, the bowlers being Maxted tii<i Churchill. It soon became clear that the bowf- ang was at its best. Runs came very slowly. Lewis wali finely caught by Graham without scoring, and R. Jacobs, one of the visitors' best men. followed,
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FOOTBALL. NEW PLAYERS FOR TREHARRIS. Treharris A.F.C. have signed on for the coming season :—Tagg Williams, centre half-bafk Fred Picket, right half-back; Tom Barlow, outside right; George Martin, left half-back. The first three were prominent figures in the Treharris ranks last sea- SOil, while tlio latter is a local lad, and played for Merthyr Town A.F.C. the whole of last season. Al- bert Hawkins. Aberdare's outside left, has also signed 011 for Treharris, and the committee have in view a crack centro forward of good repute. Jo- 1 seph Tite and Algi Drake (Treharris). formerly of AVeymoutb, have been signed on by Mardy. ASK for the quick, safe and suro cleanser < BORAX DRY SOAP. Best in every « MYTtFAi £ S PAStelS.SJSfO&MKA U
QUOITS. TRECYNON V. AJ3ERCYNON. This League match was played at Abercynon on Saturday, the scores being as follow This League match was played at Abercynon on Saturday, the scores being as follow:- Trecynon. Abercynon. W. Davies 21 J. Jones 12 F. Parry. 21 D. J ones 20 T. Griffiths c 16 T. Charles 21 H. Moseley 21 G. Evans 12 1. Morgans 21 J. Rosser 19 W. Peak 19 D. Williams 21 Sam Davies 21 Dan Jones 8 T. Reynolds. 21 J. Nicholas 1 161 114
MOUNTAIN ASH V. BARRY. This league match v?a3 played pn the Moun- tain Ash ground, on 'Saturday Scores" MoiLntairt Asli, Barry., E. Meredith 21 J. Jones- 16 W, Ar«k-i$op- (jun.> 19 T. -Collins 21 W. Anderson IV. Evans 21 R. Chiswell 21 J. Collins 10 N. Edwards 21 W. Coles 3 J Benny 21 le. r-,ray .18 J. Bevan 21 T. Tarrant 11 A. Dudden 7 E. Barrow 21 139 121 4* x-
EBBW VALE V. ARGOED. The Newtown (Ebbw Vale) Quoit team scored their third successive League victory on Satur- day last, by defeating Argoed Seconds by 58. Scores:— Newtown. Argoed Seconds. G. Harris (capt.) 21 P. Giles .4 T. Giieo 21 J. Bray 5 O. Jones 21 J. Giles 16 D. Price 21 H. Lewis 12 D. Lawrence 18 T. Haines 21 A. Jtmes 16 W. Prtce 21 D. H. Jones 21 W. Eord 7 W.. J- Shepherd 21 D. Power 16 160
CILSANWS V. PARK. A Leajrue match between these teams was played at the Park on Saturday. Score?:— Ciisanws. Park. W. Lewis 10 Tom Rees 21 T. Jones 11 T. Lewis 21 Davies 21 W. Williams 20 lleyrick 21 J. Price 1. 18 R. Jones 21 D. Prichard 16 A. N. Other 21 H. Foley 13 D. H. Wïlliams 19 W. Llewellvn 21 R. Vaughan 13 J. Davies 21 137 151 -x
PENYDARREN V HEOLGERRIG The second League match was played be- tween these teams on the ground of the former on Saturday, when the championship cup-hold- crs were defeated by three points. Scores;— Penydarren. Heolgerrig. John Morgan 21 John Thomas 13 Phil Giles 11 Tom Griffiths 21 Ed. Davies. is Wat Jones 21 Cas Rees 21 Tom Thomas .1 3 Tom Bowen 16 T. J. Walters 21 \Vm. Jones 18 Ed. Griffiths 21 Tom Davies 13 Evan Griffiths 21 Wm. 'rheopliillls 21 Nat Phillips 15 139 136
BOWLS. PENHILL V. LLANBRADACH. Played at Llanbradach Green. Swres:- Penhill. 1 Rink l.-F. C. Morgan, H. Crabtree, R. H. Cun. dall. and J Howeils (skip), 27. Rink 2.-S, Role, T. Jenkyns, G. B. Dudley, and W. John (skip), 21. R'n.k T "T'f" Tlloinas, H. H. Hammond, J. Scott, aiid A. J. Llewellin (skip). 18. Bulk 4.-G H. Lock J. Littlejohns. R. T. T. Yorath, and J. T. Shelston (captain and skip), 20. Total, 00. Llanbradach. Rink l.-D. AVilliams, E. James, J. Keirle, and T. J. Jones (skip), 11 SeliV. D. Williams, H. Pearce, and W. Phillips (skip), 20. RlIlk .).-W Davies, W. Hughes. W. Jones, and J Thompson (skip), 21. Rink 4.-J Dainton. W Bishop. E. Mills, and J. M Gceves (skip), 23. Total, 77.
Helpless for 13 Years. ZAM-BUK RESTORES USE OF ARM AND CURES ABSCESSES AND CHILDREN'S ECZEMA. Mr. William R. Pickles, a master carter, of 1 31, A\ ilbrahara-place, Scotland-road, Liverpool, who is well known about the local markets, gave a Liverpool reporter a graphic a.cconnt of wonderful benefits obtained from Zam-Buk. "Thirteen years ago I was working as a ship's rigger," said Mr. Pickles to the Pressman, "on the Mississippi, at New Orleajis, Louisiana, U.S.A. I went to bed one night with a slight pain in the upper part of my right arm. When I awoke next morning my arm was swollen to an enormous size. I went to the City Hospital, but after three operations I was discharged as incurable. The British Consul at Orleans then • <T u ass'sted me to get back to Liverpool. "I had now lost all tne use of my arm. What was worse, abscesses were continually forming on the arm causing me terrible pain. I went first to the Liverpool Northern Hospital, and then into the Leeds Infirmary in December, 1897. I underwent further operations, but after I had been nine months in this infirmary I was told that my arm would have to come off. Ab- scesses continued to form, and nothing seemed able to heal them or give me ease from the terrible pain. "As Zam-Buk had cured me of piles I began to think that there must be some extraordinary healing power in Zam-Buk, so I decided to give this rare balm a chance on my poor old arm. From the trial application I got much relief. The swelling gradually subsided and finally a piece of bone, about an inch long, forced its way through the skin. The abscess then rapidly disappeared. Zam-Buk healed, up the lacerated flesh P-fe-etly, and I now got back the use of my arm, after 15 years' absolute helplessness. "My four children's faces were terribly dis- filPJisd by eczema. We tried Zam-Buk again, and all four children were soon completely cured. Is it any wonder that we are so enthu. siastic about Zam-Buk?"
An interesting experiment in schoolboy train- ing is being undertaken by the Gas Light and Coke Co., in conjunction with the London County Council. The company will erect a workshop supplied with gasfitting plant, and provide instruction every six months to twelve boys, and the Council will give lessons at the Westminster Technical Institute on two or three afternoons weekly., in mechanical draw- ing, etc. After six months tie boys wiU go out with the gasfitters.
By Royal Fi Warrant r J THE KINO ON HIS HuaiocK UYULK. The announcement that His Majesty the King has been ordered by his medical advisers to resumo cycling, which he dropped a couple of years ago, has been widely commented upon, and people who believe in healthy out- door exercise have taken the King's case as an example to prove their theory. Kinr- Edward possesses three Humber tricycles, and it was his habit to keep one at Buckingham Palace, one at Saoidringhani, and the third at Wind- sor. One of these has recently been returned to Humber. Ltd., Coventry, and has been com- pletely overhauled and renovated for His Maj- esty's use. The King's Humber has three equal- 26in. wheetc,, shod with lgin. wired on Dunlop tyres. A tree wheel is fitted, and a gear of 58in., which many cyclists will con- sider low, particularly in combination with the 7in. cranks which the King- uses; bub it must be borne in mind that the object is comfort and mild exertion, rather than great speed, so that the low gear will be very suitable for the purpose for which this tricycle will be used by its Royal owner. The King affect- a large sund very comfortable saddle—a Brock's B., 90 size 3. The handle-bar is 13in. wide, of raised1 pattern, and rubber pedals are fitted. Two brakes are provided, both hand applied by ex- ternal levers; one is a rim brake on the front wheel, the other a band brako on the rear axle. Fhe machine is beautifully finished and enarn- illed black; the. rims have black centres, plated 1 edges, and red lineSt The t,wjgJ» mejJgtges .ç'
Y GOLOFN GYMREIG Y Farddoniaeth. Llyfrau Cjrmraeg Pw hadolygu, &c., i'w danfon i'r cyfeiriad canlynol: —Mr. E. T. John (Ieuan Dyfed), "Glantai," 33. Bronheulog, Penjdarren. MeI thyr. PRIODAS ARIANAIDD MR. A MRS. DAN DAVIU. —Da ia.wn. Dymunwn i'r par ieuanc ran o bob dedwyddyd. Boed iddynt eto i gael y fraint o gyd-fyw mewn hapusrwydd nes cyr- haedd, nid yn unig eu priodas euraidd, ond he-fyd ddydd eu priodas emog. Y MnwR, etc. — Ni wna "i ymladd, yw'r mil- wr" y tro. "I ymladd yn amlach," neu "er moliant yw'r milwr," fuasai yn gynghaneddol gywjr. Gwclwch riad yw yr acen yn difgj7n yn rhoolaidd. Rhowch dro tua'r "Ysgol Farddol'' etc. Y GWAJS'WYN-, BEDDARGRAPH, etc.—Heb enw priodol a chyfeiriad eto. Yr ydym wcdi 119^1 hyn amryw droion o'r blqn. Nid. yw. enw person a. lie yn ddigon, .vn enw.edig i-iiH a aa-• Tohant"atbm am tro cyhtaf. Yr ym yn gyfarwydd a llswysgrifau rbai ugeiniau o'n gohcbwyr, ond gan nad ydych chwi dig- wydd bod yn un o'r cyfryw, nid oes genyin ddim i wireddu eich hunaniaotli; rhaid cael y "post. al address." Heb hyn ni chyhoeddir cyn- nyrchion neb na adwaenwn, gan nad pa. mor rhagorol fyddoni. TYNU BYWYD. — RliagoroJ, fel a.rfer. Nis galiasai unrhyw feirniad wneyd dim oedd well. Y GWR DTWYD. Gwr diwyd geir a'i „duedd—i esgyn Hyd ysgol anrhydedd; Dyfvrol, di-oferedd—ac yno. I lawen drigo, uwcklaw un drygedd. Abercwmboi. ALAW STLEK, MYNYDD CILSANWS. Hyfwyn Cilsanws fynydd,—ei awel Sydd hoyw a 'sblenydd Llwyr jach".d yn rhad a rydd I Ixienau rhyw trai beunydd. Cefn Coed. MYFTB DXFRI. Y GWAREDWR. Iesu'n awr. dewiswn Ef—i'w garu, Cawn goron a thangnef Tragwyddol, trvvy gu addef Hawliau Hwn dyner lef. Iesu! HW11 yn awr gusanaf,—er liid A'r trallodion trymaf; DeaJIwch, 'r awl" sdywyllaf I enw Hwn canu wnaf. Aberfan. Wm. WILLIAMS, PRIODAS ARIANAIDD (SILVER WEDDING) Yr Arweinydd Cerddorol Byd-enwog, Mr. Dan Davies a Mrs. Davies. "The Oaklands," Merthyr Tydfil, Mawrth 24ain, 1903. Gosodaf ar deg sidan,—lair, o gerdd Lunia y gwr dyddan; A'i emog, rywiog rian, Ail yw hi i'r lili lan. Ugain a phum' mlynedd i beddyw-mab A mun dlos uchelryw; Ffurfient nod, er bed a byw Yn nhal-res stad dynolryw. Gor-enwog yw yr hanes— am danynt, Ymdona'n ddirodres; Daw mwyniant eu mynwes I'r Oakland "grand," gyda. gwres. Er's taJm, megis Salm, yw 60n-.& holl li Helynt fy nghyfoedion I Gwaw-r ddyry i gerddorion, Des a hwyl yw'r briodas hon. Mae'r awe! o Moriah—sy'n Dowlais Yn delyn delora; Ran o dine yr enw da emyn y'nt geir yma.. I Seion eu croesawu,—er cysur, Cawsant eu dyrchafu; A'r "organ" ro'es lan-vi'i lu Sy'n cynnal swyn y canii. Cerub o flaen y corau.—Dan Davies, Dyn di-fwlch ei ddoniau; Mewn cerdd-wyi gyi- bwyl er hau Gair hudol i gordowdu. 'Nawr sisial gyda'r Saeson,—Cor y. Park Ceir "pet" y cerdrlorion; A'i fwynaidd, ddengar faaion, Ceir ei Uais mewn cywair lion. Oes araul o gysuron—eiddunaf, Y'nt o ddoniau timon; Ag euraidd ddisglaer goron Y'nt eu dau tu hwnt y don. Merthyr. ALAW T7DFIB. TYNU TUA'R BYWYD. [CYD-FUDDDGOL.] Di-?gleiria'r fro fendigaid Gan aur ei lliaws swyniou, Nes deffro yni'r enaid I ddringo i'r ucheljon; Mae meusydd goruchafiaeth I Yn cynwj-s ffrwythau hyfryd, I Esgorant ar ysprydiaeth „ I dynu bywyd. r 7 Os oes gelynion cyndyn Am rwystro ein dyrchafiad, Gorchfygwn drais a dychryn Drwy ddyfal benderfyniatl; Diflana ihwystrau fyrddiwn I 0 flaen ymroddiad diwyd: Am hyny ymegniwn I dynu tua'r bywyd. Mae bywyd megis mordaith j Yn orlawn o dymhestloedd, j A thir ein ffyddiog hiraeth Yw bryniau heirdd y nefoedd. Ac os daw niwloedd llwydion I guddio llwybrau'r ddelfryd, Dilynwn ein breuddwydion Gan dynu tua'r bywyd. Mae'r tonnau yn dygyfor, A ninau'n ddewr a dyddan, Fel morwyr ar y cefnfor. A'n bryd ar nawdd yr hafan; Mae goleuadau'r bannau Yn dofi'r tonnau ynfyd: Mae cymhelliadau'r glann&r Yn galw tua'r bywyd. Merthyr. D. W. EDWABDS. JJ. TYNU TUA'R BYWYD. [CYD-FDDDTJGOL.] Tynwn tua'r bywyd, Rliagom at y w≀ Euraidd yw'r addcwid- Gwlad o Wynfyd mawr. Tynwn drwy ystormydd, A than heulwen dlos, Tynwn gyda'r wawrddydd, Tynwn drwy y noa. Tynwn tua'r bywyd, Bywyd newydd yw- Newydd fel ieuenctyd Engyl gloewon Duw. Bywyd o lawenydd, Bywyd HawD o hedd, Bywyd ddyry beunydd s] Londer ar ein gwedd, Tynwn bywyd Heb ddiffygio dim: Tynwn drwy bob adfyd, Dyna sydd a grym. Tynwn, gorfoleddwn, Awn yn wrol lu, j Ac wrth dynu, tynwn Eraill gyda ni. Tynwn ar 01 leau, Mac y ffordd yn rhydd; Tynwn fyth i fyny At dragwyddol ddydd Tynwn tua'r bywyd, .Tynu'n gryf o hyd; Tynwn nes cyrhaeddyd I Palmant arall fyd. Penydarren. DABMKOO. AR BEN HEN GASTELL IFOR. Ar ben hen Gastell Ifor gynt, Mewn myfyr tawel, &r fy hynt, Y safwn aic brydnawn-ddydd teg, Pan nad oedd trais, na thwrf, na rheg Yn esgyn o'r aniaJwch du, I dorri cydsain anian gu. Yr haul fachludai draw i'w gell, Yn gawraidd, i'r Gorllewin pell, Gan wrido grudd yr wybren las. Fel porphor, heb un drycin cas; A'r awel chwythai'n dyner fwyn, Gan wasgar iechyd ar bob twyn. Yr afon sum ar ei thaith— Taf-fechan tua'r cefnfor maitb, Yn droellog, rhwng mynyddau cry', A chreigiau oesoJ, mawr eu bri; A lleddfol hiraeth ar ei bron Am gyrhaedd cartref clyd y don. Derchafai bannau Bryoh&n fawr, Fel cymyl gwynion uwoh y llawr, A'u bwriad ar sirioli'r byd; Ac yntau'r huan poeth ei fryd, Dynesai tua'r gorwel glas, Wrth weini fry fel ufudd was. Mae swyn-gyfaredd anian dlos Ar nAwnddydd teg, oyn dod y os, A'i manteU ddu, fel mamaeth flin, I suo'r byd i dawel hun; Yn denu'm bryd, nes llwyr Bob pryder ar hwyr, Ond, ha! mi glywai gor y wig. Fel ymchwydd mor, heb donnau dig, Yn mynu rhan yn mawl yr lor, Am ddonio'r byd a'i ddiball star: Fob un delyn fach mewn hwyl, Fel tyrfa Ion yn cadw gwyl. Eu mawl a i'r Arglwydd Dduw, Heb frad. mewn unrhyw fynwes wiwJ Pob llinyn euraidd 'nawr sy'n dyn, Yn dyrchu can trwy gwm a bryn. O! na b'ai dyn a'i delyn fach, A'i thannau oil fel rhai'n—mor iacn. Dowlaia. T. J.
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but he could do little with the bowling, and was content to keep his end up. Webb, who was never comfortable, was clean bowled by Maxted, and Wiidolood replaced him. A most useful stand was made by the pair, and some good cricket was seen. The fielding was very keen. A double change of bowling was tried, Dai Davies and Williamson tak- ing the ball, and it was immediately effectivo. Dai Davies was in excellent form, keeping a perfect length, and varying the speed. He played havoc with the remainder of the batsmen. He clean bowl- ed Jacobs, Wildblood, H. Childs. and James, and had the remarkable average of live wickets for 7 runs. Williamson also did well. accounting for Belcher and Llewellyn, Graham taking the latter at point with a fine catch low down. The whole side were out for 78, or 92 rung in arrears. The achievement is an excellent one, and Capt Graham and his team are to be heartily congratulated. Swres Ebbw Valo. H. J. Wright, lbw, b Wildblood 15 S. H. Irish, b H. Childs 6 J. Cavanagh, b H. Childs 20 R. Graham (capt.), c Wildblood, b Belcher 42 D. J. Richards, b Wildblood 0 A. W. Maxted, b Wildblood 0 W. Robins, c Lewis, b Wildblood 5!) li. Price, b J. James 4 D. Davies. b J. James 0 J. Williamson, not out 6 W. Churchill, b Wildblood 3 • Ext,ras I. ——:——. 24—171 Abergavenny. W. T. Lewis, c Graham, b Maxted 0 C. Webb, b Maxted 5 J. R. Jacobs, b D. Davies 22 Rev. C. H. Wildblood, b D. Davies 21 11. Childs, b D. Davies 0 J..James, b D. Davies 6 Rev. A. Belcher, b Williamson 0 '4r* W. Llewellyn, c Grajiapi, b Williamson 0 S. Kick, run out 5 E. W. Pnrnell, lbw, b Davies 0 ,W. Chadwick, not out 0 Extras .—.18—78 BRYNMAWR V CWMCARN. Brynmawr played the first match on the ground given to the town by the Duke of Beaufort, on Saturday. The most noticeable feature was a fault- less innings by W. Mees, the Brynmawr captain. Scores Brynmawr. W. Harris, c Harris, b Carter 16 J. S. Davies, lbw, b W. Lewis 6 W. H. Turner, c Carter, b W Lewis 0 W. Mees (captain), not out. 51 J. Dunn, run out 0 J. H. Lewis lbw, b Edmunds 18 W. Prosser, b Edmiin& 0 D. E. Harris, not out 27 Extras — r—j. 3-121 Innings declared. Ctymcarn. A. Bundy, b Turner 18 M. Milierchip, c Lewis b Turner 10 Bryn Carter. b W Prosser 2 S. Harris, not out 42 H. Edmunds, b J. S. Davies0 W. Lewis, c, Mees, b J. S. Davies. s E. Jones, b Turner 2 T. Morgan, b Turner 9 A. Marsh, not, out 4 Extras 10-105 J. WaJters and T. Smith did not, bat. BEAUFORT V. BLAINA. .Dlayed at Blaina on Mondaj Stores- • Beaufort D. Devonald. c E. Hughes, b Benger 0 Tom Day, bowled Ivor Jones 0 J. 1I. Bull, bowled Ivor Jones 12 G. Williams, Ibw, b E Benger 0 .Lewis Palmer, Ibw, b Hughes 27 R. H. Watkins, c Taylor. b Benger 2 H. Davies, b Ivor Jones 2 H. Norris. run out ] C. S. Roberts, run out i- 5 J. Cox, c Benger, b Jones J. Raikes, b Hughes. ——5 Extras -—— 5-52 Blaina. D. P. Williams, b R. Watkins -— 7 Jack Jones, R. Watkins 0 Ivor Jones, b R. Watkins 0 Chaffey. lbw, b Watkins 5 C. Hillier, b Watkins 5 T. Taylor, b L. Palmer lii E. Hughes, b Watkins 0 D. Luff, b Watkins 2 H. Jones, b Watkins v 2 Benger, b Palmer 0 D. Summers, not out 4 Extras 7-('1,. TREDEGAR V. YNYSDDU. Played at Tredegar on Saturday. Widdison gave an excellent display for Tredegar,* scoring 62 with scarcely a blemish. A. M. Maltby batted very skil- fully for 30. Ynysddu made a very poor show against the Tredegar bowlers. W. Williams cap- tured five wickets for 10 runs, W. T. Williams took three wickets for 15 runs, and W. P. Jones two wickets for 6 runs. Withers was the most success- ful bowler for Ynysddu, his average being five wickets, for 57 runs. He bowled for two and a half hours without a change. Scores ;— Iredegar. A. M. Maltby, c J. Jones, b H. James 30 J. W. Butcher, lbw, b Falcon 5 D W Widdison, c Crawford, b Withers 62 Dr. H. G. Brown, b Withei-s 0 A. Price, c Jones, b Withers 3 C. Keif, c H..Tames, b Falcon 6 W. Onions, c E. Roberts, b Jones 6 W. P. Jones, run out 9 C. D. Lewis, b Withers 0 W. Williams c. 1. Evans, b Withers 19 W. T. Williams, not out 4 Extras 11-155 Ynysddu. A. Crawford, b W. Williams 0 T. Evans, b W. Williams 4 G. Jones, b W. P. Jones 14 H. James, b W. Williams 0 Dr. E. J. Roberts, b W. T. Williams 8 M. Falcon, b W. T. Williams 0 W. Withers, b W. P. Jones 2 E. Williams. b W. Withers 2 J. Magnus, b W. Williams 1 R. Jones, b W. T. Williams 0 A. Pentcost. not out 0 Extras I. 8—39 DOWLAIS C.C. V. BEDWELLTY. Played at Bedwellty on Saturday. This match was the fifth consecutive win for Dowlais. Jack Lewis and J. Newton batted exceddingly well for Dowlais. J. Newton also bowled finely, taking six wickets for 17 runs. For Bedwellty L. Sanders and W. G. Wil- liams batted nicely. Scores Dowlais C.C. j. T. Williams b E. Walters 2 3. Davies. b L. Sanders 4 D. H. Lewis, b E. Walters.. 0 W. B. Surridge, Ibw, b E. Walters 0 j. Lewis, c'Sanders, b E. Walters 50 j. Newton, b E. Walters 16 T. R. Davies, c and b E. Walters 8 Wat Jones, b Sanders. 1 p. Barrell, not out 0 D. J. Jonathan, c Evans, b Sanders 6 W. J. Thomas, b Sanders 0 Extras »w 4-91 Bedwellty. S. Sanders, run out 15 Nash, c J. Davies, b W. Jones 0 Kendal, b J. Newton 3 C Walters, st T. Davies, h W. Jones 8 W J. Evans, b J. Newton 3 W. G. Williams, b J. Davies 17 II. Nash, b J Newton 0 B. Richards, l) J, Newton .5 Partielf, b J. 7 H. Evans, b J. Newton 1 T. Lewis, not out 0 '!C vj:;jmm -t.}-õ: Abercanaid Primroses v. Plymouth Lilies.—Played at the River Field on Saturday. Scores :— Primroses Tom Davies, b J. Griffiths, 0; Tom Barlow, b J. I Lewis. 3; M. Thomas, b J. Lewis. 7; W. Beach, c Smith, b Dick Lewis, 3; R. Williams, not out, 53; T. J. Davies, b J. Lewis, 1; D. Davies, st 15. Morgan. 3; C. Collard, run out, 1; Lewis Da- vies, b Smith, 5; E. Roderick, b J. Lewis, 2; Tom liees, c D. Lewis b J Lewis, 3, extras, 6: total, h5. Plymouth Lilies B. Morgan, b R. Williams. 2; J. Lewis, c Roderick, b J. Davies, 11, A. Wil- liams, b R. Williams, 17; T. Seymowe, b li. Wil- liams, 4, F. Bodinan, run out, 1; A. Smith, b T. .1. Davies, 3; F Yeo, b 11. Williams. 5; J. Grif- fiths, b T. J. Davies, 4, W. D. Davies, c Roderick, b Williams, i; D. Howells, not out, 0; J. Grif- fiths, b R. Williams, 1; extras, 2, total, 51. Abercanaid United v. New Tredegar.—Played at New Tredegar, oil Saturday. Sam Jones and All Williams bowled well lor the visitors, who are to be congratulated on winning such an exciting game by three runs. For the homesters Beynon and ,Alan)-bowled well. Scores L'niU d First -Innings W. "Waltej-s,. b W.' King, 1; W run-out,, Wdliaftrs, cAlaul, b' Bc.vriqn, 0; T. Morgan, b Beyiion, .7, S. JOues. c SiftTohs, b Bcynou,- 2, A ',1 Uces," b Beyiion" -l"; w Morgan; c Alaiii,. I) .lieynoi), 0; -Toirr- Lvans. ISeynon, 1; ■))< M. 1 Wallers, u W. Evans, C; D. Lewis, c Alam. b W. Evans, 0; G. Moran, not out, 0; extras, 2; to- tal, 17. Second 111 Williams. c Alam, b Bcynon, 0; W. Bevan, h Alam, 0; A. J. liees, b Alam, 1; W. Walters, b Alam, 0; S. Jones. c Alam, b Evans, 16; D. II. Walters, run out, 2; Tom Morgan, c King, b Alam, 0; Toni Evans, b Evans. 5; W. Morgan, c Alam, b Evans, 1; D. Lewis, runout, 1, G Morgan, not out, 0; extras, 6; to- tal, 32; total, two innings, 49. New Tredegar: First liiniitgs-B. Lewis, lbw, b A. Williams. 0; O. J James, b S. Jones, 0; J. Almon, st D. Lewis, b A. Williams, 3; R. Beynon, b A. Williams, 4; W. Evans, cW Morgan, b Jones, 2; A. Alam. not out, 7; F. Codrington, e Jones. b Williams, 0, J Davies. b W illiam, 0; T Simons, b Jones. 1. W. Williams, b Jones. 1; W. J King. b A. Williams, 0; W J King, b A. Williams. 0; extras, 7, to- I tal, 2. Second Innings O. James, b Williams, 5; R. Beynon, b D. H Walters, 0, H. Adams, c Mor- gan, b Williams, 5, J. Almon, c W Walters, b Williams. 0, B. Lewis, lbw, b Williams, 2, W. Evans, not out. 3; F Carrington, b A. Williams, 0; T. Simons, b D. H. Walters, 1, W. King, b All Williams, 2; W Williams, c W. Walters, b Wil- liams, 0, J. Davies, Ibw. IJ AIf Williams, 0; ex- tras, 3; total, 21, total, two innings. 46. Dowlais Seconds v. Penydarren Lilyw li i tes. -Play- ed at Dowlais on Saturday. For Penydarren, E. Powell batted very finely, and for Dowlais Mr Dan James bowled well, taking seven wickets lot 24 runs. Scores Dowlais Seconds T. D. Williams, b E. Powell, l; L. Wells, b Duenos, b, J. A Johns, rurr out. 0; Jack Evans, c GriOiths. t DueMs, 3; G. Llewellyn, st Hayes, b Duenos, 0, Elias Jones, not out, 3, Dan D. Jones, C ll. Evans, b Duenos, 0. I). If. Daniel, run out, 3; Berry, b E. Poweli, 1Dan James, riiii out, 1; A. Murray, b E. Powell, 2, extras, l, total, 21. LiJywhites: T. Hayes, c Wells, b Dan James, 6; L. Duenos, b Dan James, 0; C. Tucker, c and b Dan James, 4; G. W. Evans, b Dan James, 0; W. J. Lawrence, st Murray, b Dan James, 6; G. Griffiths, c D. James, b Wells, 1; D T. Evans, b T. D. Williams, 9, E. Powell not out, 14; J. Lewis, run out, 2; S. Evans, c D. Jones, b D. James, 2; T. B. Evans, b D. James, 8; extras, 8; total, 60. Cwmbach v. Cefnpennar.—Played at Aberdare on Saturday. Scores :—Cwmbach G. Mathews, b Evans, 10, H. Dent, e Keat, b Ellery. 1; Ivor Merridith, c D3Vies, b Ellery, 1, T. Merridith, c Keat, b Ellery. 3; fl J. Thomas, b Ellery, 3; D. Harris, not out, 7, D. Merridith, c Evans, b El- lery, 1; J James, c Keat. b Ellery, 3, D J. Davies, b Evans, 1, D. Morris, c Davies, b Evans, 0; F. C, Jones, c Evans. b Evans, 5; extras, 0; total, 35. Cefnpennar J. Keat, b 11. J. Thomas, 0; T. Davies. b D. J. Harris, 0; AV. C. Evans, b Thomas, 0; J. Ellery, b Harris, 2; T. Evans, b Harris, 0; Perrett, b T. J. Thomas, 1, E. Harris, 0; C. Evans, b Harris, 0, Flooks, b Thomas. 0; C. Ellery, not out, 1; E. Ellery, b Harris, 0, extras, 0; total 4. Tredegar Seconds v. Sirhowv. -Played at Sirhowy on Saturday. The bowling of Clark, for Tredegar. who took eight wickets for 7 runs was the chief fea- ture of the match. Lewis and Lane bowled well for Sirhowy. taking four wickets for .15 runs, and four wickets for 4 runs respectively. Alban Williams, for the Scconds, 9 runs, and T. Jones, for Sirhowy, 17 runs, batted well. Scores Tredegar Seconds J. Williams, b T. Jones, 6, Alban Williams, b W. Lewis, 9: E. Jones, c and b W Lewis, 1; II. Sanders, b J. Lane, 0, R. Clarke, rnn out, 4; J Hares, b W Lewis. 0, J J arman, E. Thomas, b J Lane, l, W. Maxted. b J Lane, 4; J. John- son, c T Jones, b W. Lewis, 2; W R. Hopkins, c T. Jones, b W. Lewis. 3; W. Hughes, not out, 0; extras, 7; total, 37 Sirhowy' J. English, bE. Jones, 3; J. Lane, b Clarke. 4; T. Jones, b Clarke, 17; E. Jaynes, c A. Williams, b Clarke, 1; W. Lewis, b Clarke, 0; E. Meyrick, b Clarke, 0; D. Thickens, b Clarke. 2; T. Jaynes, b Clarke, 0; E. Thomas, b E. Jones, 0; T. English, b Clarke. 1; R. Lucas, not out, 1, extras, 0, total, 29. Saron Cricket Club v Mr. G. Vaughan's XI.— Played at Tredegar on Saturday. Scores :-Saron Cricket Club G. Arnold, c Vaughan, b H. Davies, 0; A. Phipps, c Slater, b H. Davies, 0; W. C. Phillips, b H. Davies, 1; J. H. Thomas, not out, 17, S. Evans, c Vaughan, b Vaughan, 0; W. S. Jenkins, c H Davies, b Vaughan, 3, D. Jones, c Ashton, b H. Davies, 0; W Coles, b G. Vaughan, 1; J. Paxton, b C. Lewis, 1, D. Jenkins. b C. Lewis, 4; B. Rees, b K. Salter. 1, extras, 5; to- tal, 33. Mr. G. Vaughan's XL H. Ashton, c J. H. Thomas, b A. Phipps, 7; C Lewis, c A. Phipps, b G. Arnold, 0; E. Williams;, c W S. Jenkins, b G. Arnold, 4; G. Vaughan. c A. Phipps, b G. Ar- nold, 0; L. Jones, b G. Arnold. 0; K. Salter, b G Arnold, 4; D. Onions, b W. S. Jenkins, 9, II. Davies, not out, 7; W. Lane, b W. S. Jenkins, 0; extras, 3, total, 34. W. Cleal and W. Powell did not bat. Saron Cricket Club v. Tredegar Hibernians C.C. —Played at Tredegar on Monday. Scores .-Saron C.C. G Arnold, b J. Thomas. 0; J. H. Thomas, b A. Burr, 9; W. C. Phillips. c R. Stocks, b J. Thomas, 14, W. S. Jenkins, c J. Stephens, b L. Evans, 1, S. Evans. Ibw, b L. Evans, 1, D. Jen- kins, b T Watkins, 13; A. Phipps, c J. Thomas, b L. Evans. 0, D. Jones, run out, 6, B. Rees. b J. Thomas, 0; W. Phillips, not out, 4; T. Game- son, b J Thomas, 2; extras, 4; total. 60. Tredegar Hibernians: T. Watkins, b W. C. Phillips, 4: D. Coombes, b D. Jones, 3; A. Burr. b W. C. Phillips. £ 2; J. Stephens, c A. Phipps, b W. C. Phillips. 1; L. Evans, c D. Jones, b J. H. Thomas. 0; .7. Tho- mas, b D. Jones, 8; R. Morgan, c W. Phillips, b J. H. Thomas, 4; T. R. Williams, hit wicket, b A. Phipps, 0- W. Shepperd. b W. S. Jenkins. 5; G. Evans, b W. S. Jenkins, 2; R. Stocks, not out. 0; extras, 2; total. 41. Winches Town v. Ebbw Vale Seconds,- Played at Nantyglo, on Saturday. Soores :-Ebbw Vale: E. Watkins, b Williams, 9; W. Rees, b Williams. 10; J. S. Waddington. b Rees, 9; F. Charles, c Rees, Ii Williams. 1, L. A. Evans, b Williams, 0; T. J. Watkins, b Rees 0; W. Nicholas, b Williams. 0; G. Davies, b Rigby, 3, D. R. Evans lbw, b Rees, 5; J. O. Harris, c Jones, b Rees, 0: W. Dunn, not out. 0; extras, 0; total, 37. Winchestown: J. Ryans, b T. Watkins, 2; T. Davies, b Charles. 0; W. Rigby, rnn out 11; J. Webb, b Dunn, 11; W. Price, b Rees, 3: P- R. Williams, lbw, b Charles, 12: R. Rees, c Watkins. b Charles, 0; D. Davies, c Rees, b Dunn, 0; D. Jones, c Harris, b Rees, 15; G. Davies, b Rees. 11. J. Jones. not out, 3; ex- tras, 13, total, 83. Abortillery Firsts v. W inchedown. -Played at Abertillcry on Monday. Sr,Ores :-Wincbestown, 52; Abertillery. 50 for six wickets. Beaufort Seconds v. Blaina Seronds.-At Beaufort 011 Monday. Scores — Blaina Seconds, 71; Beau- fort Seconds. 55 for 7 wickets. ABERDARE AND DISTRICT LEAGUE Cwmaman v. Parranlas (Mountain Ash).—Played at Cwmaman on Saturday. Scores .-—Cwmaman: G. f arson, b Mortimer, 0; J. Jones, b Brooks, 1; A. Lanfear, runout, 4; T. George, c Lawrey. b Brooks. 1; A. HacRer, b Brooks, 6; G. Welshford, c Da- vies, b Mortimer, 1; C. Addiscott, c Mortimer, b Brooks 2; J. Toogood, b Stebbings, 2; J. Crumb, not out, 7; J. Thomas, runout, l; F Welshford run out, 0; extras, 8; total, 33. Darranlas.- W. Williams, b T. George, 12; W. Brooks, c George, b Jones, 0; W. Tuffin, b Jones, 4; D. A. Davies, b J. Jones, 0; H. Hebbings. b J. Jones. 0; G. Brooks, c and b George, 0; W. Lawrey, c Toogood, b George, 0; E. Williams, b J. Jones, 0; D. Mor- timer, b J. Jones, 0; A. Brooks, not out, 0; T. Parfit, b T. George, 0; extras, 1; total. 17. Aberdare School of Commerce v. Hirwain.—Played at Hirwain oil Saturday. Scores :—A. S. C.: C. King t, Powell, 0; D. Morgan, c Morgan, b Powell, 4; Mason, b Powell, 0; L. Williams, b Davies, 5; B. Jones, c Smale, b Davies, 0; J. S. Bowen, b Davies. 5; T. Prosser, b Davies, 7; J. Timothy, b Davie's, 0; 1. Davies, run out, 0; G. J. Jones c Jones, b Powell, 0; J. Morgan, not out, 1; extras, 2; total, 24. Hirwain: T. Young, lbw b King, 2; A. Sandford, b Mason, 6; T. Powell. b Mason, l; Bert Davies, b King, 9: T. G. Jones, b King, 0; T- J. Thomas, lbw, b Mason, 17; J. A. Jenkins, c Davies. b King, 0; D. R. Morgan, b King, o; L. Aubrey, b Mason, 2; R. Evans, b King, 0; Smale, not out, l; extras, 5; total, 43. Aberdare Church v. St. Margaret's (Aberaman).— Played at Aberdare on Saturday. Scores Aberdare Church D. J. Rowlands, c Lewis, b Williams, 11; T. Jones, c Smith, b Williams, 5; R. Doyle b J. Williams 9; W. S. Williams, c Smith, b D. Wil- liams, 2; E. Meade, b D. Williams, 3; A. Jones, b I. Williams, 7; E. Cox, b Brown, 5; S. C. Rees, b Brown, 3; W. Pa.rker, not out 4; J. Eynon, c Smith, b Brown. 0; B. Miles, b Brown, 0; ex- tras, 2; total, 51. St. Margaret's (AberaiiiLin) P. Williams, Ibw, b Trevor Jones. 4; T. Brown, b W. Parker, 4; Cunnick, c Miles, b Rowlands, 10; C. Lewis not out. 41; D. Williams, b T. Jones, 7; T. j. Williams, lbw, b Jones. 0'; W. Evans, not out, 13; extras, 13; total (five wickets). 92. Abercanaid v St. Teilo's (Mountain Ash).—Played at Abercanaid on Saturday. Scores :-Abercanaid: B. Lewis b Richards, 2; T. Hunter, b Richards, o w. J. Williams, b Richards, 1; E. Collar, b Humphries, 0; J. Hunter, c and b Richards. 0; J. Lewis, b Humphries, 6; T. Thomas, b Richards, 0; W. Lewis. b Richards, 1; J. B. Lewis, ruu out, 3; E. Rees. not out, 26; R. Saunders, b Jenkins, 18; extras, 12; total, 69. St. Teilo's (Mountain Ash): T. Humphries, b Williams. 4; T. Phillips, b Lewis, 0; Barlow, c Collar, b Lewis. 3: T. Richards, c Collar, b Lewis. 2; J. Jenkins, b Lewis, 3- D. Bevan, b Williams, 0, D. Masters, b Williams. 0; R- Powell, b Williams, 0; T. Salvage not out, 3; W. Morgan, b Williams, 3; T. Morgan', b Lewis, 0; extras, 10; total. 28. WESTERN VALLEY CRICKET LEAGUE. P. W.L. D. Pts. I Abertillery. 3 3 0 0 6 Nantyglo 3 2 0 1 5 Aberbeeg 3 1 2 0 2 Ebbw Valo 3 1 2 0 2 AV inches Town 1 1 0 0 2 Blaina U. 20111 Brynmawr 1 0 1 0 0 Gam 1 0 1 0 0 Blaina I 1 0 0 This Week's Cricket Fixtures. Dowlais IsIS. v. AVaunlwyd Ists.. at Dowlais. Dowlais 2nds. v. Waunlwyd 2nds„ at Waunlwyd. Whit-Monday.—Dowlais v. Abergavenny, Whit-Tuesday.—Dowlais v. Crickhowell. Whit-Wednesday.—Dowlais v. Bucklands XI.