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Ogmore Vale. Hockey Social.—A social under the "ampices of the Ogmore Vale Hockey Club held at the Tynewydd Council Schools Qn Wednesday evening last. After an excellent repast, an interesting miscel- laneous programme was gone through. :°°ngs were contributed by Messrs. Geo. Yavid, Geo. Morgan and Tom Thomas. «- successful whist drive, organised by Mr. T. E. Evans, was also carried out. The winning gentleman was Mr. Bevan -Mewellyn, and Miss E. M. Jones was "Successful in winning the ladies' prize. About 120 persons were present. 'Children's Choir.—The Children's Choir, Under the baton of Mr. W. H. Caple, ^ill continues to be successful. On Saturday last they journeyed to the Briton ■terry Eisteddfod and captured the first Prize. Thence they proceeded to Port *albot, and were again the successful ■choir. To gain two first prizes in one day ttiust be very gratifying to the children a^d to all concerned in the management the choir. Among its laurels are COunted the division of the first prizes at £ j*eh of the Cardiff and Newport Semi- national Eisteddfodau. We anticipate 'bat it will yet go one step further and the National." the National." Bachelors' Tea.—On Wednesday evening ,ast, a. very successful bachelors' tea was e"l at Bethlehem (W.B.) Chapel. An Excellent spread was provided by the jHembers of the church, and there was a 'arge attendance. The function was ^Perintended by Mr. Evan Thomas, the jaest bachelor of the church. He was 3 blY supported at the tables by the fol- owmg:—Messrs. T. W. Job, EL Rees, ^Uther Treharne, Dl. Lewis, Idris and ogh Williams, Tom Lewis, James Davies, r- J- Jones and D. J. Williams. After an interesting musical programme .as gone through. The proceeds were evoted towards the forthcoming Sunday chool trip.
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Tonypan^y. i; annual tea and concert in connec- -ijl011 with Shiloh (Welsh Wesleyau) Chapel, andy, were held on Thursday last. ty16 tables were prettily decorated and ere presided over by some of the lady jjj^bers. In the evening a concert was en when the following programme was through —Recitation, Mr. Stanley j^Bias; song, Miss Lizzie G. Parry; 5?eitation, Miss Miriam Lewis; competi- l0tt—reading at sight, 1st Miss C. Lloyd; tel citation, Mr. Ellis Jones; "pianoforte vp°, Mr. D. B. Jones; recitation, Miss 6Uie Davies; song, Miss Beatrice John Imitation, Miss II. D. Roberts; song, Ar. William John. The concert was ably ,j> ^ducted by the Rev. Emrys Jones, ^ftygraig, while Mr. D. B. Jones, Tonypandy, accompanied the °s and gave every satisfaction. the recent examination of the "Wilr n College of Music, Master David K lain Jones, son of Mr. D. J. Jones, Tonypandy, was. successful in a. First Class in the Intermediate He is a pupil of Miss Annie Ellis, I Y £ j Tonypandy. ^|~ ^EST JONES, Sculptor, Trealaw, has a fine selection of artificial and natural ath? anj wireguards. Headstones and Ve requisites. 4723
Wantymoel ')atllnual Meetings.—On Saturday, Sun- istL Monday last, the Welsh C'alvin- £ s e^b°dists held their annual meet- Dinam, the special preachers for XlaJj!c?asion being the Revs. John Evans, l)a^*aircaereinion, Montgomeryshire, and ^ifi Williams, Treherbert. The spacious ^iCe was well filled on each occasion }IJ,6a attentive listeners, and the sermons ^pched were most eloquent and power- ful' The singing of the choir, under the We conductorship of Mr. Samuel Tudor, K?. of a high order, whilst Miss M. J. 'ips ably presided at the organ. —We regret to announce the Jqi of Mrs. Thomas, the wife of Mr. Shy/l Thomas, who departed this life on last. The funeral took place on at Blaenogwr Cemetery. Much Ho ky is felt for the bereaved husband, ■of an old and respected inhabitant yaliey- Ida League of Young Liberals.—On ? last, at Dinam Hall, a meeting r h with the object of forming a Wi *n connection with the above was unanimously decided to b an<^ we understand that a request jei1 sent up to the parent Society to a representative to address the y tormed branch.
Blaengwynfi. annual meetings of Caersalem Church were held last Sunday and Tay" The Revs.. D. Davies (pastor) it4 fsaac Harries, Abercanaid, preached ervour to large congregations. vJPh6 —•— -to0tks Inanagemen't .of Corrwg Rhondda t'kiri are doinS "their utmost to open the Ss after the recent stoppage. 1^% interesting debate took place at fk't Friday evening between Mr. M Mr. Waddington, on Socialism \ariff Reform." v
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Gelli. At Gelli Council School on Thursday evening, April 29th, another successful annual party and social evening was held in connection with the Ton Art Needle- work Class, which is conducted by Mrs. Godsall, Gelli Road. There was an excel- lent attendance. Dancing was the order of the evening and many enjoyed them- selves in tripping the light fantastic. The duties of M.C's were ,carried out by Messrs. E. Pritchard and T. H. Jones, Pentre; whilst Mr. R. Rowlands gave every satisfaction at the piano. Others were engaged in a whist drive under the conductorship of Mr. T. Llewellyn. The winning gentleman was Mr. Lewis, of Bodringallt; and the successful lady Miss Jones, Llwynypia. A word of praise is due to the ladies who prepared such an excellent spread, which, by the way was done ample justice to. Councillor Edward Jones, in the course of the evening, delivered a short racy speech, in which he spoke of the splendid work done by the teacher and students of the class. Special mention must be made of the ex- cellent exhibition of work at one of the rooms. The work reflects the greatest credit upon the fine- tuition of Mrs. God'.sall, who is herself a most skilful exponent in the art of the needle. On Friday evening, at Gelli Council Girls' School, a farewell tea was held upon the occasion of the departure of Miss Morgan, one of the teachers, from the locality. The chair was ably filled by Mr. Tom Llewellyn, who in the course of his speech regretted' the departure of Miss Morgan for Porth. Speeches were also made by Messrs. Chillington and W. H. Morris.
Pentre. A rather misleading report appears in a, contemporary that permission to hold the concert in connection with Mr. Ben Davies' Children's Choir at Siloh, Vestry was refused by the deacons of this church. It seems that the hurried application made was the cause of a misunderstanding, the result of which was the above refusal. It would be unfair to blame either the deacons as a, body, or the church, when there is a good explanation of the mis- understanding, which is regretted by all concerned. Our prediction as to the success of the choir at Aberavon Eisteddfod was a good one. The choir was first in the estimation of one of the adjudicators, Prof. Edwards, of Porth, although the prize was given to Ogmore Vale. At the same eisteddfod, our local cham- pion, Mr. Tom Bonnell, was very success- ful, sharing the prize for the champion solo, as well as capturing the prize in the open tenor solo. Congratulations on his success are frequent oecurrances. The annual preaching festival of Moriah Church was held on Sunday and Monday of this week. The special preachers were Dr. Owen Davies, Carnarvon, and the Rev. Idwal Jones, Drefach, Newcastle Elmlyn. The congregations were very large, and the sermons were excellent throughout. The burial of Evan Williams, who com- mitted suicide last week by jumping down the shaft of the Pentre Colliery, took place on Saturday. Adjutant Roberts (Salvation Army) and the Rev. J. J. Wil- liams offciated at the house and at the graveside. References were made to the children left in the care of Mrs. Morgan, deceased's mother, an aged widow, with whom sincere sympathy is felt, and to assist whom a number of friends collected a considerable sum of money last week. A general meeting of the Rhondda Naturalists' Society was held at the Central Hotel on Tuesday evening, Mr. Horace Thompson, Ferndale. presiding. Among other things, it was decided that summer trips should be arranged to Bristol, Pont-Neath-Vaughan, Mardy Waterworks, and Llyn Fawr. Arrange- ments for next season's lectures were dis- cussed in brief, and it is possible that efforts to obtain a special lecture by Lieutenant Shackleton will be successful. We congratulate the Society upon its enterprise shown in various directions. The funeral of the late Mr. James Jones, confectioner, took place on Wednes- day afternoon of last week, the interment being at Treorchy Cemetery. The Rev. J. Davies, minister of Hope Chapel, offi- ciated at the house and at the graveside, and referred in kindly terms to the geniality of deceased. The following were among the mourners:—First car- riage—Mrs. Jones (widow), Mr. and Mrs. George Jones (son and daughter-in-law); second carriage r. and Mrs. Clayton, and Mr. and Mrs. Tozer (sons-in-law and daughters) third carriage—Mr. and Mrs. Rhodes (son-in-law and daughter), Mr. and Mrs. J. Jones (brother and sister- in-law) fourth carriage—Mr. and Mrs. H. Jones (brother-in-law and sister), Mr. and Mrs. Bowen, and Mr. B. Bowen; fifth carriage—Mr. and Mrs. Pullman, Ystrad, Mr. and Mrs. Mullins, Merthyr, and Mr. J. Pullman, Merthyr: sixth carriage— Nurse Jordan, DrSi. Ferguson and Cbstello, and the Rev. J. Davies (Hope Chapel); seventh carriage—Messrs. John Davies (printer), Evan Llewellyn, Aneurin Cule, N. Pullman, Cardiff, and Alderman Morgan, Treherbert; eighth carriage— Messrs. E. Jones, Llanelly, E. Johns, Gowerton, Mrs. Meredith, Kidwelly, Mrs. Morgan, fend Mrs. Burgess. In order to assist the financial efforts of the local branch of the Salvation Army, a musical festival was organised by Mr. Howell Howells, schoolmaster, Treorchy, and duly came off on Tuesday evening at the excellent Barracks. There was a very good assembly, over which (in the absence of Councillor W. P. Thomas. Treorchy) Mr. Howells presided. The programme was a very long and varied one, and the concert was a complete success. During a comparatively short stay in our district, Adjutant Roberts has worked exceedingly hard, and his efforts have been successful. We trust that he will be equally success- ful in his new sphere of labour. The pro- gramme was as follows:—March, "The Chalk Farm," Salvation Army Band; song, Daddy/' Miss Margaret Jane Jones; recitation, "The Old Armchair," Miss Beatrice Thomas; song, The Holy City," Miss Edith Jones;* recitation, "The Lost Chord," Miss Jennie Jones; song, "The Wolf," Mr. David Jones; song, The Gift," Miss Gwenfron Howells song, The Star of Bethlehem," Mr. John Howells; -song, The Collier," Mr. John Davies; recitation, Paid a gwawdio v meddwyn," Mr. Daniel Evans; song, "Galwad y Tywysog," Mr. Dd. Davies; song, "Abide with Me," Miss Phillips; song, He was despised," Miss Catherine Lewis; song, The Lord is mindful of His own," Miss Ethel Jones; glee, "Blodeuyn bach wyf fi mewn gardd," Mr. John Jones and friends; song, Wings to Heaven," Mrs. Margaretta. Davies; song, Lead, Kindly Light," Mr. David Davies; duet, "Dyma Feibl Anwyl Iesu," Misses Edith and Maggie Jones; song, "Y Cymro Dewr," Mr. John Davies; song, "Dreaming e'er of thee," Mr. John Howells, finale, march, by the Band. The accompanists were Miss Maud Davies, Brynheulog, Pentre, and Prof. D. Tones, Pentre.
Tonyrefail. A meeting in connection with the Kate payers' Association was held at the Insti tute on Wednesday evening last. Thf rules of the Association were passed There was a good attendance. Mr. E. J. Madge occupied the chair, and Mr. levi Morgan was appointed secretary.
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vvv Treherbert, At Horeb (Welsh C.M.) Chapel on Sun- day and Monday the yearly preaching services were held. Large congregations attended each meeting. The refreshing, stimulating, and inspiring sermons have undoubtedly had -a most edifying effect upon all those who listened to them. The officiating ministers were the following:- Revs. R. J. Rees, M.A., Aberystwyth; R. Aethwy Jones, M.A., Liverpool; and J. Evans, Abermeurig. At a well-attended meeting of the Blaenycwm (W.B.) Young People's Society on Wednesday, April 28th, the pastor, Rev. W. C. Evans, G. & L., delivered a very fine Welsh lecture on Roberts, Llwynhendy." Mr. Thomas Lawrence capably filled the chair. On the Sunday previous, an excellent paper on Dyled- swydd yr Eglwys er llwyddiant yr Efengyl" was read by Mr. Benjamin Williams. Special preaching services were held on Sunday at Oalfaria Chapel, Blaenrhondda. Inspiring sermons were preached by the Revs. Charles Davies, Cardiff, and W. R. Watkins, Maesteg. A successful children's tea and sale of work was held at the Wesleyan Chapel on Monday, followed by a pleasing entertain- ment in the evening. The' fancy stalls were a centre of great attraction, and the pretty and useful things displayed thereon were very creditable results of patient labour4 and artistic skill. The sale, &c., was opened by Mrs. James Phelps. Mrs. Galloway supervised, whilst the following ladies attended the stalls: — Mrs. S. Thomas and Mrs. T. Webber. The tables were ably presided over -by: -.Mrs. Jones, Mrs. M. Evans, Mrs. Lewis, and Misses Griffiths, Thatcher, and Butler. The following also gave valuable assist- ance:-Me,ssrs. G. Hillind, W. Murray, J. Galloway, J. Twigge and L. Phelps, Mrs. Thomas and Mrs. A. J. Phelps. At the entertainment, over which Mr. J. Phelps presided, the following programme was well gone through and was much appreciated: -Recitations, Master G. Wil- liams, Mrs. J. Luff, and Misses P. Buck- land, N. Ellis and T. Duke; duets, Misses Rose and J. M. Griffiths, and Miss Nellie and Master W. Peats; solo, Miss Nellie Twigge; and a chorus by the Young Leaguers. A tea to celebrate the twentieth anni- versary of the Band f Hope at Hope (E.B.) Chapel was held on Monday after- noon. In the evening, a competitive con- cert was held, in which the adjudicators were Mr. W. Powell, B.A. (literature), and Mr. David Jones (music). The presi- dent* Mr. W. Lewis, occupied the chair. The prize-winners were as follo: -Gjrls' solo (under 13 years of age), Miss Esther Jones; boys' solo (under 13 years of age), Master Edgar Price; open solo for males, Mr. David Jones; open solo for females, Miss Esther Jones; recitation, Miss B. Stradling; duet, Misses B. Stradling and L. J. Jones; best paper on "Air," Mr. A. Barnes; best paper on Best Man that ever lived, Miss B. Stradling; "mioo,ing word competition, Miss R. Coles. Mr. F. J. Varker acted as accom- panist. A tea was given at Horeb Vestry on Tuesday to the children of the Horeb Tonic Sol-fa Class, the teachers of which are Mr. John Evans and Miss L. Abraham. The children have done well at recent examinations. Enjoyable games followed the tea.
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Treorchy. The annual" gymanfa ganu" of the Treorchy and Cwmparc Welsh Congre- gationahsts took place at Bethania Chapel on Monday last, in the presence of crowded assemblies. Mr. Roderick Williams Car- diff, was the conductor, and the singing was exceptionally fine. Prof. D. Cyril Jenkins (Bethania) offciated at the grand organ. The anniversary of Tabernacle Wesleyan Church was held on Sunday last, when the Rev. K R. Polsom, Clutton, Bristol, delivered eloquent and stimulating ser- mons to very large congregations. The collections were in aid of the trust fund. The above church held their annual tea on Monday, and later in the evening an entertainment was given. This year's conference under the aus- pices of the Merched y De sisterhood was held at Treorchy last week, com- mencing Wednesday evening and ending on Thursday evening. Numerous meet- ings were held, and the speakers, coming from all quarters, were in eloquent vein. The Tabernacle and Town Band, under the conductorship of Mr. Henry Davies, headed the procession on Thursday even- ing, after which Dr. W. Morris (Noddfa) and Mr. T. Millward (solicitor) and others addressed a meeting at Bethania Chapel. We deeply regret to chronicle the death of Mr. Morgan Williams, High Street, who passed away on Sunday evening, after a long illness. Mr. Williams, who was the father of the popular local vocalist, Mr. Tommy Williams, was held in very I high esteem in the locality, where the greater part of his life was spent. The funeral took place on Thursday, Treorchy Cemetery being the place of interment. Our deepest sympathy is extended the relatives in their sad bereavement. --+-- e The Treorchy Lads encountered Cwm- parc Ramblers Football Team on the Taff Field on Saturday. There was a. fairly large "gate," the proceeds being handed over to charity. The result was a point- less draw. Horeb Church Choir will give a render- ing of the Bohemian Girl" at Horeb to-night (Thursday), under the conductor- ship of Mr. George Pook. A report will appear next week. We deeply regret to record the sad death of Mr. John Wise, an elderly man, residing at 21, Dumfries Street, whose body was found lying on the roadway at Treherbert on Tuesday afternoon. Deceased was conveyed to his residence in a hawker's cart. It is surmised that death was due to shock.
Maesteg. Half-yearly Services.-The half-yearly services in connection with Zion (E.B.) Chapel were held on Sunday and Monday last, when there were very large congre- gations. The pulpit was occupied on Sun- day by the Rev. Joseph Evans, Mardy; and on Monday by the Rev. J. J. Young, Blaengarw. --+-- Festival.—In connection with the Welsh Baptist Band of Hope Union, a very successful musical festival was held at Bethania, Chapel, Maesteg, on Monday last. Mr. David John wielded the baton in his usual able manner, and the catechism was conducted by Mrs. W. R. Watkins. The Rev. W. Hill (Calfaria) presided. Town Hall Theatre.—On Thursday, Friday and Saturday, Messrs. Poole again presented a fine series of animated pic- tures, which delighted the large audiences, as also did the renderings of the Maesteg Male Voice Party, under the conductor- ship of Gwilym Taf. This week, com- mencing on Thursday, Messrs. Poole have returned to drama, producing <! The Ladder of Life," which is well known in the district, and crowded houses are anti- cipated.
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