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Pontypridd.

- Treforest.

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Williamstown.

Porth.

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Treorky.

- Treherbert.

Ferqdale

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Ferqdale We are pleased to note that Mr Henry Davica milk vendor, 1, Beech street, Ferndale, success- fully passed the Sanitary Inspectorship Exami- nation which was recently held at Cardiff. Mr Davies has studied hard and under many diffi- culties, and we most heartily congratulate him 011 his excellent achievement. The many friends and admirers of the Rev D. G, Williams, Tabernacle, Ferndale, will re- joice to hear of his triumph at the National Eis- teddfod on Tuesday. Mr Williams, whose nom de plume was "Gwynlliw," was one of three competitors who sent in essays on the "Folklore of Gwent," and it. must be very gratifying to Ferndalians to know that "D.G.'s" paper was termed by Mr Ernest Rhys, one of the adjudi- cators, as "the most scientific of the three," and again, "as an illustration of the colloquial dia- lect, and folklore of Gwent. He supposed nothing of the kind had ever been done so well. This is Mr Williams's sixth prize at a National Eistedd- fod. Unfortunately, Mr Williams's triumph is sadly clouded, for on Monday evening his young- est child died, and the fond parents have to mourn the loss of another dear one, following so terribly close on the death of the second child. Warm sympathy is extended to the parents in this hour of bereavement and glowing triumph. Many will be pleased to know that the Tudor Hall is about to be altered and greatly improved. The plans are now ready, and the alterations are to be commenced immediately. We understand that after these alterations are completed the hall will be one of the most comfortable in the district and will hold over 1,500 people. It is expected that the improvements will take about three months before the hall will be ready The Fern/lale Horse Shomr turned out a grand financial success, the committee netting about E70. Of this sum the following donations has been subscribed to public charities: The Ferndale Band Institute, £ 5; Porth Cottage Hospital, E5; and the Porthcawl Rest, £ 5. We heartily congratulate the committee and its able officials on such a successful and satisfactory issue.

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