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I: RHYMNEY. BEREAVEMENT. Much sympathy is expressed with Mr and Mrs W. Carey, of Garden City, in their heavy bereavement by the death of their- two young children which occurred last week. The funeral took place on Monday afternoon, the interment being at the Rhymney Churchyard, The Rev. John Bosher, pastor of the English Wesleyan Church, officiating. FUNE-RAL.Amid general signs of sorrow the funeral of the late Mrs Morgan, mother of Miss Keren Mor- gan (Jerusalem-street), whose sudden death was announced in our last issue took place on Saturday afternoon, at the local .Cemetery. The deceased had been for years a faithful member at Jerulasem Baptist Chapel, the members of which place of worship, and other friends turned out in good numbers at the obsequies. The Rev. T. E. Williams (pastor) officiated throughout. AMBULANCE SUCCESSEs.-We are pleased to refer to the gratifying pro- gress which the members of the Rhymney Ambulance Brigade are making. They succeeded in winning the News of the World Cup at the Aberbargoed War Relief Fund Sports, on Bank Holiday, reference to which we regret was, through an oversight, omitted from the report of the event in last week's issue. It is worthy of note that the record of the team for this year is a most praise- worthy one. They have competed on six occasions, and been placed first three times, second on one occasion and fourth on two occasions. This speaks volumes for the work of Dr. R. V. Redwood in preparing the men for the competitions. The team is composed of the following :— Jack Jones, captain; F. G. Henry, A. Purnell, H. Vernall, J. Humphreys and A. H. Williams, with Instructor J. Phillpotts. THE MALE VOICE PARTY.—In re- ferring last week to the brilliant achievements of the Rhymney Male Voice Party, in registering a double victory on Bank Holiday, we should have stated that the strides made by this splendidly trained choir have been most remarkable. Only formed eighteen months ago, they have com- peted eleven times (in many instances at great inconvenience) and the chor- isters have been successful in captur- ing premier honours in eight out of the eleven contests. This is a record which, we believe, will compare most favourably with any similar organisa- tion in South Wales, and reflects highly upon the training qualities of Mr Abel E. Jones, A.C., who, as a conduator, bids well to attain to a very pre-eminent position in Welsh choral uW Srta _.J1 < circles. It should be stated that the party have decided to enter the lists for the Royal National Eisteddfod of Wales to be held in 1918, at Neath.
7 w 1 I THE LIVING OF RHYMNEY. I PREFERMENT OF THE VICAR OF HIRWAUN. We learn that the living of Rhym- ney, rendered vacant by the lament- able death of the Rev. David' Davies, has been offered to the Rev. J. R. Dewi Williams, vicar of Hirwaun, by whom it has been accepted. The Rev. Dewi Williams is a native of Tregaron, Cardigan- shire, and received his early educa- tion at the National School in his native town, subsequently proceed- ing to Ystradmeurig Grammar School (the nursery of many prom- inent Welsh clergymen), afterwards at St. David's College, Lampeter, and St. Michael's College, Aberdare. He was ordained deacon in June, j 1900 priest. 1901, and from 1901 to igio served as assistant curate in the parish of Aberdare, under Dr. Green, the present Archdeacon of Monmouth. Since October, 1910, Mr. Williams has been vicar of Hirwaun, which position he has admirably filled, and by his strong character won the esteem of church- people and Nonconformists alike. He has taken a prominent part in every movement connected with the spiritual and moral welfare of the people. He has also been closely associated with Welsh literary matters, and is an ex- president of the Aberdare Cymrod- orion Society. The experience gained in such an industrial district will be of great service in his new 11 charge, which he will enter upon with the best wishes of a wide circle of friends. j
11 ■ m m w THE' PEARSON'S MAGAZINE." C. H. Bovill, Jessie Pope, Elinor Mordaunt, Walter Prichard Eaton, and Keble Howard are among the contributors to the light and enter- taining Summer Story Number." An article entitled, "What Yonr Writ- ing rells" will prove very popular with holiday-inakers in search of a pastime, and A. B. Cooper discourses interestingly on The New Seaside." There is also an interview with W. K. Haselden, the popular cartoonist, illustrated with amusing examples of his work. Herman Darewski, the composer of Sister Susie," and many another famous ditty, tells How to Write the Words of a Popular Song." An at- tractive competition is announced in connection with this article; cash prizes are offered for the best lyrics, and the prize-winning entries will be set to music and published by Mr Darewski. Seymour Hicks, Alfred Butt, and Blanche Tomlin are helping as judges. Altogether a very season- able feast.
——— If .——— "NEWS OF THE WORLD" I AMBULANCE CUP. 1 At the Aberbargoed Sports and Carnival, last week, the Rhymney Ambulance Team were successful in securing the above Cup, which is confined for competition in the Rhym- ney Valley. The cup has Ireen pre- viously held by Elliotts Colliery, and the Bargoed Colliery Ambulance Teams. The adjudication was delivered by Dr. Phillips who complimented the teams on their smartness and efficiency and general knowledge of ambulance work. The result was as follows ;—1, Rhymney, Captain J. Jones; 2, Aberbargoed, Captain Ben I Rees. -1 AL
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THE PROPERTY MARKET. SUCCESSFUL BARGOED SALE. Mr Evan 1. Phillips (Messrs. Phil- lips and Jones, A.A.I.), conducted a most successful sale at the Plasnr wydd Hotel, Bargoed, on Thursday last of I the following freehold and leasehold properties :—N o. 2, Gwerthonor-road, Penr"m, held for 99 years, ground rent £2 Os. 9d., sold to Mr W. Wal- ters at 9285. No. 3, Gwerthonor rd., Pengam, similarly held, sold to Mr E. Walters, at 9295 Beecbgrove, Gwer- tbonor-rd., Pengam, held for 99 years, ground rent £2 15s. Pold to Mr Goo. Davies, Bargoed, for £ 450 Nos. 1 to 5, Bridge-street, Bargoed, freehold dwelling-houses, sold for 21,000 to Mrs. H. Jones, Aberbargoed No. tj, Bridge-street, Bargoed, freehold, sold to Mrs. McCarthy, for £220; five freehold dwelling-houses, known as Mount Pleasant, off Plas-road, Fleur- | de-lis, let at rentals of £ 1 4a. each, ?o!d to Mr George Alden for ?650 for the lot; freehold gronnd rent and 44p. of ground at Flenrdelis, sold to Mrs. M. A. Alden for £ 45. The ven- dors' Rolioitors wore Mr T. J. Thomas, and Mr L. Arnold Williams, Bargoed,
NEW TREDEGAR. MAItRIAGE.-On Tuesday last, the marriage of Miss Winnie Lewis, the eldest daughter of Mr Lewis, Plas Milfre, and Rev. George Lewis, B A., of the Engliah Congregational Church at Gorseinon was solemnised at Uchdir, Chapel. The bride attended by her sister, Miss Sara. LP'»IK, was given away by her father, while Mr Fred Lewis, brother of the bridegroom, waa best man. The officiating minister, was Rev. L. T. Jones, pastor of Church, w here Miss Lewis has ever been an active and earnest worker. She will be greatly missed in the Sunday School, while the young people have lost one of the foremost leaders of their Society. The bride looked par- ticularly charming, and the church which had been prettily decorated was crowded with well wishers of the happy pair. After the service, the bridal party motored to Cardiff en route for Cardigan, where the honey- moon is to be spent.
■-s»t I. The Cabinet are considering the question of providing more beer of a light gravity for consumption by mun- ition workers and others engaged in heavy work. It is understood (oays The Times") that the Central Con- trol Board (Liqbor Traffic) are not opposed to an inoieased output of light beer, as one of the, first results of such action would be to check the consumption of spirits. The Food Controller has received many requests that beer should be treated as food, that a standard gravity should be set up, and the price fixed. As the brew- ers have always insisted on the food value of beer, opposition to this sug. gestion is not expected from them."
ABERBARGOED. Mr D. J. Fisher has just passed successfully through a nasal operation at an Infirmary in Newport, and we are pleased to see him about again.
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