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Cwmparc. The funeral of David William Jones, whose death of consumption at the age of 30 we recorded last week, took place en Thursday afternoon last, the scene of interment being Treorchy Cemetery. The Rev. W. Lewis officiated, and a large con- course, attended. Deceased was a highly respected inhabitant of the place, and was a faithful member of Park (C.M.) Chapel and the Sunday School. Several beautiful wreaths were placed on the coffin, and the members of the local lodge of Oddfellows turned out to pay the last tributes of respect. The Park Chapel Choir, under the leadership of Mr. David Pugh, pre- ceded the hearse, and sang hymn-tunes. The Rev. W. Lewis will preach a memorial sermon at an early date. Following is a list of mourners: —Mrs. David W. Jones (widow) and baby daughter; Mr. and Mrs. David Lewis (father and mother); Mr. D. J. Lewis (brother); Mr. John I I Morris, Corris (cousin) Mrs. Jones, Pen- rhiwceiber (aunt); Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Davies, Miss M. E. Roberts, Mr. and Mrs. David Owen, Mr. T. Gittins, Mr. John Davies, Clydach Vale; Mr. and Mrs. Breeze, Mountain Ash (uncle and aunt); Mr. and Mrs. Wilmott, Gelli; Mr. and Mrs. Rogers, Pontypridd; Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Breeze, Mountain Ash; and the Misses Katie Price and Flossie Lewis. 1 110 On Sunday last, Soar Congregational Chapel held very successful half-yearly preaching services, the Revs. J. J. Wil- liams, Pentre, and R. T. Williams, Ynys- gau, Merthyr, occupying the pulpit. It is gratifying to record that as the result of a special effort during the present year, a large sum has already- been collected and the debt materially reduced. -+--+- Mr. William Rees, of Gorseinon, whose funeral took place at Treorchy on Tuesday last, was a native of Cwmparc. For many years he was an official at the Park Pit, under the Ocean Coal Company, and was held in the highest esteem by both masters and men. He resigned his duties to become tenant, of the Lion Hotel, Tre- e orchy, where he spent some years. He was a man of a very generous and genial disposition, and had hosts of friends at Cwmparc, who. attended the funeral. We extend the sincerest sympathy to his widow and children.
Mardy. On Thursday last, a grand social was held at the Girls' School in connection with the Mardy Cookery Cl¡ss. About 80 invitations were sent out by Miss Annie M. Williams (cookery mistress), Gwawr- fryn, Ferndale. The majority of those invited turned up, among whom we may mention Miss Davies (schoolmistress), Dr. Wallace, Rev. Joseph Evans (Baptist minister), Mr. and Mrs. O. Humphreys (Mardy), Mr. and Mrs. Rhys Davies (Col- liery Offices), Mr. G. Williams, Mr. and Mrs. Rees, Mr. Bevan, Mr. R. Edwards, Misses Florrie and May Edwards, Mr. Walter Lavis, Mr. J. Banford, Miss Wil- liams, Mr. W. H. Brown, Mr. W. Phil- lips, Miss Banford, Miss Duggan, Miss Blake, Miss Ludley, Miss Thomas, Miss Morris, Miss Reynolds, Miss Gibby, Mr. Tudor Williams, Mr. S. Banford (all from I Mardy), Miss Nellie Davies, Miss Gretta Morris, Mr. Fred Davies, Mr. D. Thomas, Mr. Jack Davies, Miss D. G. Davies, Miss Hulls (Secondary School), Mr. Tom Morris, Mr. E. D. Williams, Mr. Storing (violinist), Miss Davies, Mr. David Lewis, Messrs. Alf. Davies, David Davies, Walter Edwards, Eddie Williams, and Miss Gwladys Williams (all from Ferndale), Mr. Tom Walters (Hafod), Miss Edith Abraham (Porth), Mr. T. Eynon Davies, B.A. (Porth), Mr. Harold Watkins (Porth), Mr. Ben Evans (Tylorstown), Mr. Gifford (Tylorstown), Mr. Eddie W. Thomas (Ferndale), Mr. David Davies (school- master, Pontygwaith). The tables were tastefully laid out and beautifully deco- rated. The catering was in the capable hands of Mr. Alf. Evans and Co., whose name is at all times a sufficient guarantee for an excellent spread. The Rev. Joseph Evans, in a pleasant speech, proposed a hearty vote of thanks to the mistress and students of the Cookery Class for their kind invitation, and he was sure he was only voicing the opinions of those present when he said that they had thoroughly enjoyed themselves (applause). Mr. Harold Watkins seconded. Mr. E. H. Williams suitably responded on behalf of his sister (Miss Williams). After supper, games were indulged in. The following interesting and well-rendered programme was also gone through:—Comic song, Mr. Tom Walters, Hafod; violin solo, Reverie," Mr. Stoving, Ferndale; solo, Love the Pedlar," Miss Bessie Gibby, Mardy. Messrs. Rhys Davies and Bevan directed the games, while Miss Gethin Davies, Messrs. Jack and Alf. Davies, Ferndale, presided at the piano. The meeting terminated with a vote of thanks to the ladies and gentlemen who very kindly gave their services in order to ensure the success of the social.
Gilfach Goch. On Wednesday, Thursday and Saturday evenings of last week, the Calfaria Mixed Choir, under the conductorship of Mr. William Bryant (Llew Cynon), assisted by the Evanstown Orchestra (conductor, Mr. Josiah Allen), performed the historical opera, entitled Alfred the Great," at Calfaria Chapel. The accompanist was Mr. Artis Llewellyn Hopkins, whilst Mr. P. Evans acted as stage manager. The chair- men were the Rev. W. Paran Griffiths, Blackmill; Councillor J. Canniff, and Mr. R. Rowlands, Gilfach Goch, respectively. The performance was quite a success, and the chapel was crowded each evening. Llew Cynon has been most assiduous in his duties as conductor, and deserves great praise. On Monday last, the ratepayers of the Ogmore and Garw District Council voted to decide whether the Council should pro- mote a Bill in Parliament to purchase the lighting and water undertakings of the Ogmore Valley, the water undertaking and constructing a bridge across the valley at Gilfach Goch. Result: —Against the Bill, 1,600; for the Bill, 1,083; majority against, 517. For cheap Children's Jackets and Long Coats, go to John Hopkins, Stortford House, Gilfach Goch, from lill upwards. 3119
Tylorstown. At the Tylorstown Schools, on Tuesday evening last, the eleventh annual meeting of the Executive Council of the Tylors- town Explosion Fund was held. The state- ment of accounts for the year ending December 31st, 1906, was submitted, and showed a balance in hand of £1,616 19s. 6d. The sum of L129 17s. had been paid to widows and orphans during the year. The chair was occupied by Mr. David Fenwick, M.B.G., who was re-elected as chairman; and Councillor David Smith, Alma House, vice-chairman.
Penygraig. On Thursday evening, the pupils and staff of the Penygraig Evening Continua- tion Classes sat down to partake of a social cup of tea. There were over a hundred present, the majority of whom were young boys and girls under twenty years of age, whose attendance this session in the evening school has been regular. By the way, we are told that this is one of the very few schools that can boast of having admitted more pupils this year than last year, the number admitted this session being 134. The tables were pre- sided over by Mrs. Protheroe, Mrs. S. Williams, and Miss Evans. After satisfy- ing fully the inner man," an adjourn- ment was made to the main room, where an admirable programme was gone through. The services of Misses Bessie and Ethel Jones, Tonypandy, had been engaged, but the former was unavoidably kept away. Miss Ethel Jones, however, was in grand form, her excellent render- ings being well received by the pupils. Mrs. G. H. Hoyle accompanied at the piano. Mr. Wm. Williams was appointed chairman. The following items were gone through: -Pianoforte duet, Mrs. G. H. Hoyle and Miss Jenkins; solo, Miss Ethel
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Tonyrefail. On Saturday last, Mr. Jacob Davies and party visited Tonyrefail and held a lecture- concert at the Calvinistic Methodist Chapel, under the auspices of the Eng- lish Methodist Church which has just been formed here. The chair was occu- pied by Mr. Arvon J. Price, M.E., Cilely Colliery. Mr. Davies was also assisted by Mr. John Harris Richards' choir, who contributed largely to the musical success of the concert, giving fine renderings of Radiant Morn," Gipsy Life," and Yr Haf," the last being of very high standard.. The Rev. J. Pugh Griffiths, M.A., vicar of Pontypridd, officiated at St. David's Church on Sunday. In the afternoon, Mr. Griffiths delivered an address to men only, and he took as his text St. Paul's admonition to the Corinthian Church: Be men." He dwelt upon the fact that as men we are beings of two worlds-the material and tlje spiritual; and deplored the continuous bed to work, work to bed" existence. He should like to see the time come when the twenty-four hours of the day would be divided into three parts—eight hours' work, eight hours' recreation, and eight hours' sleep. On Monday evening, the Rev. D. H. Griffiths, M.A., vicar of Aberavon, and chairman of the Aberavon Branch of the Independent Labour Party, preached at ibv. David's Church, and dealt with Chris- tianity and Socialism. The burning topic here just now is, who are the candidates for the Tonyrefail Ward at the coming District Council elections? Several names are mentioned as probable candidates, among whom are Mr. Stephen Evans, Mr. Wm. Smith, Mr. Wm. James, and Mr. Gomer Evans, Gilfach Goch. Among various questions discussed at a general meeting of the Cilely Colliery workmen last Saturday, that of the advisability of running a Labour candidate at the coming elections was considered. No definite decision was arrived at, but at another meeting to be held shortly the question will be finally decided. .+- The operations of sinking have been- begun again at the new pits in the Ely Valley, and a year hence will find a great change in the appearance of what was, only a few months ago, a beautiful vale and the resort of many Rhonddaites seek- ing a breath of pure nature. Building operations will have begun on Gelliseren land before March is out,, and green fields and winding lanes will have been changed into stones and mortar and straight streets of uniform width. Mr. P. J. Jones, the architect for this venture, is on the scene almost every day. He has now taken an office at, Mill Street, Tony- refail, and he has one of his assistants permanently settled here. Mr. Jones has also been appointed architect for the Tonyrefail Building Club, and .he will soon be frequently seen at Tonyrefail visiting the scene of the Club's operations.
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Ferndale. At the Assembly Hall, on Thursday last, a very successful social was held in connection with the Ferndale Branch of the National Amalgamated Union of Shop Assistants, Warehousemen, and Clerks. The caterers were, Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Barkway. Messrs. Jack Davies and Tommy Powell presided at the piano, while Messrs. Rees Lewis and J. li. Jones acted as M.C.'s. Games were, also indulged in. A coon song was given by Mr. Haydn Rees, to the delight of all present. Great credit is due to Mr. Jack James (chairman), Mr. J. Jones (treasurer), and Mr. Dan Thomas (secretary) for the splendid. manner in which they discharged their duties. It is with regret that we record the death and funeral of Mrs. Magdalen Martin, of 32, Duffryn Street. The funeral took place on Tuesday, the 5th inst., when a goodly number of friends and neighbours presented themselves. She leaves six grown-up children-three sons and three daughters-and all are married. Among the chief mourners were —Mr. John Martin, Brynhyfryd; Mrs. Fletcher, Builth; Mr. Wm. Martin, and Mrs. Kinsey, Duffryn Street; Mr. John Fletcher, Builth; Mrs. Martin, Bryn- hyfryd Mr. Matthew Kinsey, Duffryn Street; and Mrs. Martin, Duffryn Street. The interment, took place at the Ferndale and Mardy Cemetery, the Rev. David Davies (vicar) officiating.
Williamstown. On Thursday evening, the formal open- ing of the Library and Reading Room in connection with Nazareth (C.M.) Chapel took place. The chairman for the evening was the Rev. J. 0. Evans, pastor. An excellent tea had been prepared, the tables being presided over by Misses Maggie Davies, S. E, Rees, Hannah Jones, Lizzie Jones, Lizzie Rees, Mattie Evans, M. A. Davies, Gwen Morgan, E. M. White, A. Davies, M. A. Roberts, and Thomas; carvers, Mrs. W. Thomas, Misses E. A. Jones and E. Morgan. Also a fine programme was prepared, which added to the success of the meeting, viz.: —Solo, Y Teithiwr a'i Gi," Mr. Rhys Williams; solo, "0 N$fol Amen," Mr, Tom Morgan; solo, Mr. D. J. Powell; solo, "Y Gardotes Fach," Madame Rey- nolds-Morgan solo, Master D. R. Mor- gan; solo, "Bu genyf fam a thad," Master Tudor Morgan; solo, The Village Blacksmith," Mr. Rhys Williams; duet, Gwys i'r Gad," Messrs. Rhys Wil- liams and D. J. Powell; recitation, Mr. John Hughes; recitation, Napoleon's Farewell," Mr. D. W. James; address, Mr. T. J. Evans. The accompanists were Mr. D. J. Powell and Miss Maud Morgan. A vote of thanks to the chairman was moved by Mr. W. Morgan, and seconded by Mr. Richard Davies. Mr. J. 0. Evans responded. The library contains already over 350 volumes of books, and the read- ing room is nicely furnished, lighted and warmed. Many of the books have been presented to the Library Committee, who have worked energetically for this laudable undertaking. The,, following periodicals also are supplied to the reading room: — Life of Faith,' Sunday Strand,' Great -noughts,' Christian Age,' Cymru,' 'Geninen,' 'British Weekly,' Welsh Review,' 'Young Man,' 'Quiver,' 'Good Words,' 'T.P.'s Weekly,' Deonglwr,' Trysorfa'r Plant,' Cylchgrawn Efrydwyr y Bala,' Tribune,' Sunday School Chronicle,' Alliance News,' The Modern Puritan,' London Missionary Chronicle,' News from Afar,' Sunday Companion,' Band of Hope Chronicle,' and the Cerddor.' On Monday evening, Mr. W. Abraham (Mabon), M.P., delivered his popular lec- ture, "A Night, in the House of Commons," to a. large audience at the Wesleyan Chapel, Williamstown. The proceeds are in aid of Mr. James Scourfield, who has been unable to follow his employment. Mr. Tom Evans, D.C., Penygraig, occupied the chair.
Porth. The Rev. R. B. Jones left for America. on Wednesday last with the hearty good wishes of his numerous friends. We also desire to extend to the rev. gentleman our heartiest wishes for a pleasant voyage and a successful mission. Mr. Jones will be absent from the district for about three months. The Rev. Penry Evans, pastor of the Welsh Congregational Chapel, has received an unanimous call to the pastorate of Victoria Road Chapel, Newport, Mon. At the invitation of the bachelor em- ployees of Messrs. Thomas & Evans, close upon t¡yo hundred fellow-employees and friends were invited to a social which was held in the spacious assembly room on the second floor of the commodious premises of the firm on Thursday evening last. The objects of the social were chiefly for the purpose of giving an impetus to a move- ment which was promoted some months ago amongst the employees towards the establishment of a Library and Reading Room, with its attendant advantages, in connection with the firm. Dr. Chalke, M.A., LL.D., presided at a subsequent meeting, and amongst others addresses were delivered by Mr. William Evans and Mr. Madge (manager of the Tonyrefail branch of the firm). The Cymmer Colliery Brass Band, under the conductorship of Mr. George F. Martyn, were in atten- dance and discoursed sweet music during the evening. The following programme was performed in a thoroughly creditable manner: —Baritone solo, Mr. Foster, Tonyrefail; comic song, "That's, how he sat on a tack," Mr. Tom Walters. The local Robey fairly brought down the house with his inimitable rendering, and as an encore he responded with "They can't diddle me." Duet, Excelsior," Messrs. Foster and Abraham; song, Angus Macdonald," Miss Thomas (E. J. Rees). Miss Thomas received quite an ovation for what was undoubtedly an ex- cellent rendition of this favourite solo. Alto solo, Dim yn debyg i cartref," Master Griffiths, who, being encored, re- sponded with But the Lord is mindful of His own solo, Hen Iaith fy Mam (T. D. Edwards), Mr. Tom Abraham; comic songs, What makes you turn your nose up, Sally ? and Otherwise I'm all right," Mr. Tom Walters; solo, Alone on the Raft," Miss Thomas; solo, "0 na byddai'n haf o hyd," Mrs. Howells. The selections contributed by the band were: —" Los Piccadores March," All the Winners valse, "L'Amour et Prentemps," and Pick of the Basket." The title of the latter is quite appropriate, as it con- tains all the latest comic and sentimental songs, and the audience did not fail to shew their appreciation of this particular item, which took exceedingly well. The singing of the National Anthem concluded an enjoyable evening's entertainment. To he wise and otherwise. Remember you will get nothing for nothing in this world but fresh air and day light. Howevor, you will get with HUSHES & SON'S Boot Storesl Porth, honest value for Cash. Try their home made solid Leather Working Boots, 8s. lld
Tonypandy. Owing to pressure upon our space, we make but a reference to the death of the late John P. Mason, Knoll Cottage, cashier at the Blaenclydach Colliery. Deceased, who was 37 years of age, had been in the employ of this company for over 25 years, having commenced at the bottom rung of office routine, and gradually won, by indomitable persever- ance, the position of cashier and head clerk. lie had been an active member of Jerusalem Church for many years in various capacities, and much regret was felt by his many friends at his untimely death owing to a stroke received some two months ago. He leaves a, wife and one child to mourn their loss. The burial took place on Monday at Llethrddu Ceme- tery, the Rev. James Nicholas officiating. Mr. George Brooks, a well-known char- acter in Mid-Rhondda, whose death occurred on Sunday last, after a long ill- ness, was buried on Thursday at Llethrddu Cemetery. Deceased had identified him- self with many movements in the district, and latterly was the chairman.of the Mid- Rhondda United Choir. He leaves a wife and two grown-up children, one of whom is Mr. D. J. Brooks, the choir secretary. Amid manifestations of regret, the remains of the late Mrs. Edwin Gardner, 2, Trinity Road, were laid in their last resting place at Trealaw Cemetery on Thursday. last. Deceased had been con- fined to her bed but a, week, although she had been ailing for some time. The suddenness of her death, however, came as a great shock to her relatives and many friends. Much sympathy is, felt for Mr. Gardner and two sons and two daughters. The Rev. T. Bowen Harris officiated.
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Jones; solo, Lakes of Killarney," Master Tom Jones; solo, the Chairman; recita- tion, Miss James; pianoforte solo, Miss Bessie Price; solo, Queen of the Earth," Mr. G. H. Hoyle; topical song, Mr. Wm. Williams; solo, Miss Ethel Jones; duet, Excelsior," Messrs. G. H. Hoyle and W. Williams; pianoforte solo, Miss Beatrice Williams. A very enjoyable evening was terminated by the rendering of the Welsh National Anthem, led by Mr. Tom Jones. Praise ia due to Mr. Wm. Williams, Bryn- celyn House, for the admirable way he conducted the meeting. Mr. Dd. Hen- shaw moved a vote of thanks to the latter, and Mr. Miles seconded.