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Treorchy, The Bethania Young People's Society's programme for nexit session has been com- pleted. It is an excellent one. The officers elected are the following: —President, Rev. D. R. Jones; chairman, Mr. Win. Cleaver; vice-chairman, Mr. William Harries; treasurer, Mr. Dd. Llewellyn; registrar, Mi*. David John Evans; finan- cial secretary, Miss Rachel Davies; trear- surer of the bank, Mr. John Davies; general secretary, Mr. Evan Williams, 23, Herbert Street; accompanist, Miss Eunice E. Jones. The Salvation Army, Treorchy, held their gymanfa fawr" and field day on the New Athletic Grounds on Monday last. The event commenced at 12 o'clock, when Brigadier G. Holmes, P.S., assisted b-, Major Findlay, D.O., and a number of officers, opened the proceedings in the large marquee. A great thanksgiving ser- vice was subsequently held, conducted by Brigadier Holmes, P.S.j and Major Findlay, D.O. All hands were present. Captain Harding was in charge of the arrangements. From 1.45 to 3.15 p.m. there was a great junior demonstration, which consisted of Indian club, tambourine; swimming, ambulance, Japanese and other drills. Special songs, &c., were given by the Pentre juveniles, also Tre- herbert and Treorchy juniors. Ensign Alexander, D.Y.P.S., presided, and Ensign Crane was in charge of the arrangements. Following this, a Welsh meeting was held, which was conducted by Adjutant Roberts and other Welsh Later in the evening, a great review and kaleidoscopic march-past was held, when each officer mustered their own corps and band. The Treherbert, Trealaw, Mardy, &c., Bands played on the special bandstand. The last and the most interesting feature of the day was the massed musical festival. This was presided over by Brigadier Holmes. The programme was as follows:—Opening song, "Guide me, 0 Thou great Jehovah" prayer by Major Findlay; march "Cadet," united bands; march, Fidelity," Mardy Band: selection, Great Masters," Tre- alaw Band march, Under the Colours," Heolfach Band selection, Good Choice," Treherbert Band; march, united bands selection, Mardy Band: solo, Bro. H. Waite; march, Songs of Comfort," Tre- herbert Band selection, Treorchy Band and "Diadem," by the united bands. Bandmaster Jones and Band-Sergt. Price were in charge of the arrangements. The proceeds were devoted to the purchasing of the hall where the Treorchy Army at present hold their meetings. Much praise is due to all who contributed towards attaining a successful end. Various games were indulged in on the grounds during the day. BF you think Furniture Paste made abroad is good' just ask your friends to try Bagley's Y Goreu,' and you will find that made in Wales is better. Ask your dealer for Bagley'e and take no other. 4206 dealer for Bagley's and take no other. 4206

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