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Temperance Festival at Treorchy.

Penile Lads' Brigade.

Linesman's Smart Work.

----,--A "Combine" Trip


The Case of Hermon Tonypandy

Mid-Rhondda & District Chamber…

Penillion Coffadwriaethol


Lawn Tennis Notes.I


Lawn Tennis Notes. Keen interest is taken in the lawn tennis handicaps at Llwynypia. The preliminary rounds have been played in both the ladies' and the gentlemen's. .Looking over the names of those who arc .Sitill in-the running, we find that mighty men have already fallen. The following have escaped so far and enter the fourth round:—M. S. Lewis and Haydn Jones, Andrew Powell and D. K. Richards, C. Perry and J. Evans or R. Bowen, 1. D. Griffiths or Rufus Lewis. In the ladies' handicap, the result up to date is as follows —Miss M. Evans or Mrs. Williamsi v. Miss Ellis, Miss Agnes Williams v. Mrs. A. Evans. The finals in the two handicaps will be played on the same evening. The Tennis Committee anticipate a record gate. The exact date will Jje made known again. J. T. Lewis I and R. Bowen were in m-and form against Mountain Ash on Saturday, winning three events. The other four players gave a poor display, winning only one event between them. Mountain Ash claimed five event!?- to Uwynypia's four. A word of praise is due to Mr. Ivor Blake for the excellent teas he prepares for the players, &c., on the field.


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IMusical Scholarship for Porth…

Aberavon (Port Talbot) Horse…


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