Britannic Assurance Co., Ltd. In the extracts from the directors' report to the above company for the past year, it will he found that the company is maintaining its prosperity and has added the satisfactory amount of £200,627 as the result of the, year's business to the accumulated funds, which have now reached the substantial figure of R2,192,107. The total income is shown as :E1,209,456 being an increase for the year of £52,120 over that of 1907. The annual valuation was made by Mr. T. G. Ackland, F.I.A., the consulting actuary, as a result of which the sum of tio0loco has been applied to further strengthen the bases' of the valuation in both branches, a net surplus of t44,071 has been disclosed, and the directors have declared the sum of JE26,100 divisible amongst the participating policy-holders and shareholders, which will enable a sum of 30s. per cent. to be allotted as a reversionary bonus for the year to all policy-holders participating, in the imme- diate profit class, and including adequate provision for policy-holders in the accumu- lated pront classes. The total amount of claims paid during the vear amounted to .6569,210, including ?142,939 paid under maturing endowment and endowment assurance policies. The total amount paid by the company to its assurants up to 31st December, 1908, was .€6,370,468. The report is very satisfactory and the figures set forth above are in themselves the best recommendation in favour of the Society. We understand there is an opening for additional agents in this district, and the local superintendents of the company, whose addresses will be found at the foot of the company's report which appears in another part of this issue, will be pleased to supply any farther information.
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Saturday Night's Concoft. On Saturday evening, the Mount of Olives was performed by the same Society. Councillor R. S. Grimtha, J.P., :pu/es<k_lllg. The) intrtoductpry passages played by the orchestra opened in a majestic style, the legato passages being admirably done. The work of tlie choir was, on the whole, excellently done, but there was again the tendency on the part of the bass to force a little. The final chorus, Hallelujah," was rendered with majesty and feeling, all the parts being exquisitely balanced. Coming to the artistes, the lion's share of the work again feil .to the tenor. Mr. Thomas, who did not tail to justify his deservedly great reputation. Miss King-Sarah, however, suffered pecreptibly from a cold, and the quality of her work ivas, therefore, not, up to her usual standard. In her render-) ing of Oh triumph" she .however, did exceedingly well. Mr. Bowen's contri-) t I' button also affected by his cold, but he nevertheless did well in the trio, Mine inmost heart." In the mi.scel- laneou's programme which followed, solos were given by Mr. Tom Thomas, whose efforts were heartily appreciated. Mr. Angle a!"o contributed two violin solos In a style which stamped him as a player of nrst-rate merit. Neither Miss King- Sarah nor Mr. Bowen fulnlled tli€ir obligations, owing to their misfortune. The chorus, Lord, Thou alone .art God," by the choir was a very nne rendering, and was heartily apniauded. Mr. David Pugh, who conducted throughout, achieved a signal triumph, and it gladdens one's heart to nnd that his endeavours were so widely admired. The accompaniments were ably played by Miss Harriet Jones and Mr. John Llewellyn.
Maesteg Group of Schoo! Managers. A meeting of the above Managers was held at the Higher Standards School on Friday, 12th inst., there being present: Mr. Evan Williams (chairman), Mi-. E. E. Davies, C.C.; Mr. Roderick, D.C.; Mr. Morgan. Mr. T. Rees, NantyffyHon; Mr. Grimths, D.C. and Mr. Thomas Rees, D.O., together with the clerk (Mr R. Scale). ABSENCE. Mr. Albert Griffiths and Mr. T. A. Evans wrote asking for leave of absence, in order that they might attend a forth- coming examination, which the Manager granted. DESIGNATION. Miss L. 0. Moore, certincated assist- ant, wrote resigning her post on the 30th April. APPOINTMENTS. Miss Hilda CoIIins, certincated teacher at Blaenllynii Girls' School, wrote asking to be transferred to a more central school and the Managers decided that milss Collins be appointed to Plasnewydd School when Miss Moore left, and that Miss Bessie Jones, of Pontardulais, be appoin- ted in place of Miss Collins. The Managers: also decided that Miss Blodwen Griffiths, uncertincated teacher, at Blaennynn. Girls' School, be trans- ferred to NantynyHon Girls' School, in the place of Miss Maggie Jenkins, who was transferred at the last meeting to the Plasnewydd 'Girls' School, and that Miss S. A. Williams, of Bryn. be appoint- ed in the place of Miss Grimths, at BIaen- llynvir Girls' School. The Managers decided also to appoint Miss E. E. M. Thomas, of Caerau, and Mr R. R. Jenkins, also of Caerau:, as un- certincated teachers to vacancies at the Caerau Mixed School. WINDOW BLINDS. The Head Teachers of the Nantynyllon Girls' and Infants' Schools wrote asking to be supplied with new window blinds. It was decided that the letters be for- warded to Mr. Nash (the architect) to supply same. MISCELLANEA. Messrs Tennant and Jones, of Abera/von (clerks to the Port Talbot Group of Managers) wrote asking the Managers' support in regard to amending the regu- la.tion as to absences of teachers from school. The Managers decided not to move in the matter. Mr. Fred James, of Caerau Mixed School, wrote asking to be appointed as Certincated Assistant. The Mana ¡;p decided that he be informed that when a vacancy occurred, his applcation would bp considered
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,I Children's Concepts at Tonypancty. "Happy Hearts'' was the theme of a very interesting children's concert held at Bethel (E.B.) Chapel on Thursday last, and rendered by the Juvenile Choir, under the conductot'sllip of Mrs. Stephen Hughes. The president for the evening was Mrs. W. P. Nicholas, The Garth. Trealaw, who said it gave her great pleasure to be there, although, when .she saw the pro- gramme announcing an address by the president, her heart sank witMn her and she felt like calling upon one of the Suffragettes to come and help her. How- evef, brevity of speech, she said, was her custom, and she would not depart from it that night. She then called upon Mrs. Hughes to proceed with the performance. "Happy Hearts was preceded by a mis- cellaneous programme, which included the following —" The Washerwomen." These little folk, each with a pail, rubbed and scrubbed to the refrain, Squeeze, squeeze, squeeze, and wring, wring, wring." This item highly delighted the audience. Next cam& a, number of girls dressed in Welsh costumes, their nannel aprons and sugar-loaf hats giving them a picturesque appearance, whilst their tea- sipping was indeed very amusing. Much mirth was provoked by the Sunra.gettes appearing on the stage waving a banner, bearing; the inscription Women, Have Your Ri,hts," and singing When we get to Parliament," If the Women say they must, they will go," and "Don't forget it." Whatever ambitions they had, however, soon vanished when a number of "Police'' entered and' cleared the platform. It was very amusing to wit- g ness the desperate struggle on the part of a very diminutive constable who arrested a stalwart Suffragette. The new baby, the Lullaby" was very sweetly sung by a little lady dressed in white and a little gentleman in blue. The" Con- stables," little lads from about 3 feet upwards, very creditably went through their drills, and the swing of their clubs showed the wotdd-be peace-breaker what to expect if they fell into their hands. The gipsies, gaudily dressed ani nourish- ing their tambourines, completed the hrst part. Part 2, "Happy Heart's," consisted of 33 items, and took the form of a birthday party, the hostess taking her seat as becometh a queen and acting her' part with grace. Solos, games, and choruses were well rendered. Mrs. Hughes is to be complimented on the success of the effort, which must have entailed a great deal of assiduous labour. Mr. W. Ludlow fulfilled the duties of accompanist in a very emeient manner. The performance was repeated on Saturday, when the Rev. H. Lenton Staines presided over another large audi- ence. Owing to the great success attained, and at the request of many friends, the performance will be repeated on Good Friday.
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Funerai of the late Mrs. Collier, 7onypandy. On Monday last the funeral of the late Id 1's. Mary Collier. widow of the late Joseph Collier, hauling contractor, 43, Dunraven Street, Tonypandy. tool: place. The deceased lady belonged to one of the oldest and best known families of the Rhondda. She passed away while on a. visit to her daughter at Tonyrefail Police Station on Wednesday last. Deceased was horn in Ton-Pentrc. and had lived in. the Rhondda all her life. She was an old and faithful member at Jerusalem, I.h.-ynypia, of which church she was one of the founders and was at all times a liberal and staunch supporter. Deceased had been a member ..at Jerusalem for 43 years, previous to which she was a member of Soar, Penygraig. She took an active interest in all matters relative to the cause, one of her most recent undertak- ing's, being the laying of a foundation .stone of the new Lecture Hall at Eben- ezeT' Baptist Church, Abertillery, of which her son, the Rev. D. Collier, is pastor. The deceased lady was mainly respon- sible for the. success of the business of her late husband, being at all times ener- getic and painstaking, and thoroughly strict in all her dealings. The same zeal was to be seen in a marked degree, in her efforts to further the interests of tho Baptist causes. Amongst those present at the funeral were:—First carriage Rev. David and Mrs. Collier, Abertillery, sou and daughter-in-law; Mr. and Mrs. Robert Collier, Tonypandy, son and daughter-in-law; Mr and Mrs Watkins, Tonyrefail, daughter and son-in-law Mis-s Watkins and Master D. T. CoUier, grand-children. Second carriage: Mrs. Elizabeth Hop- kins, Llantwit Major, sister-in-law Mrs. Kate Smith, Tonypandy, cousin Mrs. Winter, Primrose Hill; May, Ellen, and Garneld Collier, grand children. Third carriage: Mr. David Richards, 1, Primrose Street brother; Rev. W. Richards, Tondu, Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Richards, Tonypandy; Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Richards, Tonypandy; Master Dill- wyn Richards. Fourth carriage: Mr. Evan G. Rich- ards, Primrose Hill Mr. and Mrs. Thos. Richards, Kenry Street; Mr. and Mrs. Demetrius Richards, Cardiff Mrs. John Richards, Primrose Hill. Fifth carriage Mrs. T. Williams, Dun- raven street.; Mrs Rees Pbntycymmer Mrs. John LJoyd, Primrose Hilt; Mj'-s. Bessie Williams, Primrose Street; Miss Annie Bvans, Thomas Street; Mrs. Jones, Cemetery Road, Trealaw. Sixth carriage: Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Collier; Mr. Thomas Collier, Llwynypia Miss Katie Williams, Eleanor Street; Mr. Thomas Winter. Seventh carriage: Mr. Watkins, Caer- philly; Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Collier; Mrs. Jenkins, Sherwood, Llwynypia. Eighth carriage: Rev. W. S. Jones Rev. James Nicholas; Rev. D. C. Jones; Mr. Pritchard, Abertillery, Mr. Wall, Abertillery; Mris. Blanchard Evans, Llwynypia. Ninth carriage: Mrs. Lewis. Primrose Hill; Mrs. Hopkins; Mrs. Mason, Knoll Cottiage; Mr'a..Dfaniiel Evana; Mrs. ThornhiII; Mrs. Winter. Tenth carriage: Mrs. Rees; Mrs. Lewis, Boot Shop; Mrs. D. W. Jones Mrs. Isaac Morgan; Mrs. Ivof David Mrs. Alfred Jenkins. Mrs. J. D. Williams, Clydach Court Mrs. Howell Llewellyn. Brynawel, and others were also present. The funeral was attended by numerous friends from the Rhondda. It was the last wish of the deceased that her body should be taken to her own home in Tonypandy and thence borne to its last resting place in St. John's Church- yard, Tonyrefail, where also deceased's late husband and children lie buried. Letters of condolence were received from, among others, the Rev. E. T. Jones, Hanelly, and Rev. Hugh Jones. The omciating ministers were At the house, Revs. W. S. Jones, Llwynypia, and T. T. Jones, BIaenclydach; at the graveside. Revs. D."J. Thomas, Tony- refail; W. S. Jones: J. Nicholas, Tony- pandy and D. C. Jones, Penygraig. P. The Rev. D. CoHier, on behalf of the family, wishes' to thank all the kind friends for the sympathy shown tluln in their bereavement.
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Dan y Faner.11 Cynwynedig i'r parch. E. Richards, Eben- exer, Tonypandy. ar noson ei dystebu, Mawrth 13eg, 1900. Mae'r taut. yndaliganu Clodforedd meibion Duw;— Tra fo arwriaeth yn y byd Mne'r gan yu iiawho byw. Mae hawliau gobaith Cymru 3,31 ei Am fod y dewrion dyfal hyn Yn cario'i baner wen. A dyma. un or cedyrn, Arolyblwyddihir, Yn byw i weled gloewach gwawr Yndyddioarytir. Tramwyodd dros y braenar Drwy storm gwladgarwch brwd, Ac hyd y meusydd gerddodd ef Mae Cyml'u'n ca.s¡¡lu'i chmhl. Mae adiaia ei daranau. Yu oedi rMvng pob bryn, A buddugpliaeth gyda'u twrf Yn cerdded i bob glyn. Mae mellt ei fywyd tanllyd Yn llosgi brig pob nos, A gwefus boethj pob mellten wen Yn dweyd ei neges die's. Cadfridog iach Rliyddfrydiaeth, A'i enaid yn ei lais;— Mae saethau ei hyawdledd cryf Yn glynu'n ngorsedd trais. Tywysydd Armagedon Ardderchog Cymru gynt,— Mae swn ei frwydrau eto'n trorn Ysbrydiaeth ar ei hynt. Ei offrwm ar yr auor F'u'n llosgi'n gynar ia\vn; CaiS lieuo wisgo'i lawryf tlws Yn nghaugnef ei brydnawn. CaiN aros yn anwylyn Yn mhro6ad C'ymru. weu,— Mae'r wlad yn pty:gu enfys hardd Ei chariad uwch. ei ben. Mae Eglwys Ebenezer A Ohymru heno'n un, Yn parchu'r gwr fu drwy ei oes A'i ysibryd ar ddiliun. Mae'r eglwys fyth i gerdded Hyd uchelfeydd y nef A Duw yn tywys cenedl well ArhydeiIwybrauEf. Ton-Pe.ntre. CENECH;.
Excellent Performances by C!yd- ach Vale Choral Society. Despite the inclemency of the weather, crowds of people wended their way to the summit of Clydaeh Vale on Thursday evening last, when a performance of Mendelssohn's "St. Paul" was* given by the Clydaeh Vale Choral Society at Soar Chapel. The large building was packed to its utmost. The following artistes were engaged: —Soprano; Miss Mary King- Sarah, Talysam, contralto. Mrs. M. J. Phillips, Clydach Vale tenor, Mr. Thos. Thomas, Lolic-loii bass, Mr. U. R. Bowen, Swansea; together with a very efficient ol'chestra under the leadership of Mr. Arthur Angle, Cardiff. Owing to the un- avoidable absence of Mr. L. W. UtWe!)'11, D.C., Councillor James EV.1,18 hunlled the duties of chairman. The L.)k openod with an overture, which was excellently played, the crescendo and pianissimo pas- sages being well marked. Lord, Thou alone art God "—the opening chorus—was sung by the choir in a very energetic manner, each part putting forth its best into the rendering. One fault, however, was noticeable in the opening passages— the bass being rather too strong for the other parts, but as they proceeded, and when Now behold was reached, a noticeable improvement was apparent, and the choruses, Happy and blest" and Rise up; arise," were splendidly ren- dered. The final chorus. ''0- great is the depth, was also excellently rendered, the parts being, well balanced, the tone and enunciation being done with great pre- cision. Coming to the artistes, the bulk of the work fell upon the tenor, Mr. Thomas Thomas, London, who took his, part in his usual inspiring manner. In the recit., "Men, Brethren," just before the presto movement, there was, however, a slight hesitancy, but this was not allowed to tnar the rendering. In the other recits. his singing waa much admired. Miss King-Sarah, the soprano, was heard to advantage in the aria, JerulS!alem,)) and her singing throughout proved captivating. Mr. Bowen (bass) could not do justice to himself owing to his cold, and his render- ing of Consume them all was a very good effort, but the orchestra in this piece was rather too loud, and it would have been better if their efforts had been kept under more restraint. The contralto, Miss M. J. Phillips, was a, local artiste, and also a member of the choir. There ia not much work allotted to the contralto throughout St. Paul," Miss Phillips having only to sing once, the recit. being But the Lord." She appeared rather nervous, but apart from that her effort was very successful, and her rendering was well received. We hope that this will not be the last occasion upon which this young contra [to will be heard. After the book, a. miscellaneous pro- gramme was gone through, the choir finishing with a. very fine rendering of that well known chorus, Hallelujah."
Penillion. Cyilwynedig i'r Parch. E. Richa,rds, Tony- s pandy, ar derfyn 25 mlynedd o wasan- aeth- gla.n fel gweinidog E'glwys Dduw, a chymwynaswr ei genedl hoN. Dyma, gyiie eghvys gy.fan I gyduabod cenad Duw, A fu wrthi drwy'r biynyddau Yn rhoi help i ddynion f yw; Pa sawl llanc a gwyryf ieuanc, Faint o afradioniaid gwlad, Ddaeth i wybod wrth ei wrando Am diriondeb Dwyfol Dad! Pwlpud anwy! Ehenezer, Pe bai genyt lieno iaith, Galletsiaraddygyfrolau Am bronadau cynta.'i daith; Gwyddost ti, hen bwlpud anwyl, Am ei hyfder, am ei sel, Am ei dan pan yn pregethuj Am Waredwr oesau ddel. Gwyddost am yr oriau tywyll Gyfarfyddodd .ar ei daith. Gwyddost am Sabbathaui gpleu A fwynhaodd yn y gwaith; Gwyddost ti, hen bwlpud anwyl, Pa. sawl benditlii ddaeth i'w ran, Tra bu'n .son, o fewn dy astell Am y Gwr sy'u blaid i'r g.wan. Ac nid pwlpud fu ei gartref, Rhaid i broSw'y'd g.aru. gwlad, Rhaid i genad Duw gael cerdded Drwy y byd i son am Dad" Fflam ei gariad fu yn rhodio Dros fynyddau Cymru. lan, Ac mae'r genedl heno'n diolch Am fod .allor dan ei dan. Llosgi bu o b)aid Rhydclfrydiaeth, Llosgi arlwyfanaupeU, A bu'n helpm camrau cenedl I gyfeiriad iawnder gwell; Rhaid i delyn Cymru ganu, Cerddi clod i broNwyd Duw, Rhaid i genedl garui'r gwron Sydd yn helpu'i phlant i fyw. .Kid oes heddyw Sir yn Nghymru, Naburywbrydynddihi, Weithiau'n son am haw'lia-u cenedl, Weithiatt'n son am Galfari; Weithiau byddai'n d'od i F'eirion, I roi gwerin gwlad ar dan, Ac ae'm adrei' wedi'i wrando A'u calonau'n llawn o ga.n. Cadwed Duw y pron'wyd etc Ar y mynydd. cartref ta,n, Tra bo'r proNwyd wrth yr allor Ni bydd cenedl heb ei chan; Boed i Gymru etc dderbyn Llawer bend)th wen oJi la,w, A boed Eglwys Ebenezer Iddo'n gartref, nwyddi cldaw. J. ELLIS. 3, Hill Street, Tonypandy.
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