Ferndale. A concert, under the auspices of the Ferndale Industrial Co-operative Society, Ltd., was given at Trerhondda Chapel on Saturday evening, Mr. D. Evans (Eos Dar) presiding. The artistes were: — Soprano, Madame Gunter-Williams; con- tralto, Miss Ceridwen Price, Rhymney; tenor, Mr. Robert Jones, Pentre (Royal Welsh Male Voice Party); baritone, Mr. W. Trevor Lewis (Royal Welsh Male Voice Party). Mr. J. Jenkins, Taff's Well, accompanied. The programme was as follows: —First part: Quartet, I Brightly dawns our Wedding Day" I ("Mikado"), the artistes. This was well sung and splendidly received. Song, My Dreams (Toeti). Mr. Robert Jones. Mr.' Jones is one of the finest tenors that we have had the pleasure of listening to, and quite deserved the great reception which he received. An encore was demanded, and he responded with "Mary" (Richardson). Song, Twickenham Ferry" UVlarzial), Miss 0. Price. Miss Price was a great success, and, of course, had to pay the penalty, by having to sin an encore. She gave a splendid rendering of Y Gwcw Fach." Song. The King's Minstrel" (Pinsuti), Mr. Trevor Lewis. Mr. Lewis is a great favourite at Fern- dale, and, as usual, had to sing an encore. He treated the audience to a very pathetic rendering of Hen Gadair Freichiau fy Nhad." Song, "Softly Sighs" (Weber), Madame Gunter-Williams. Madame Wil- liams has an excellent voice, and received .a great ovation. In response to an encore, Madame Williams gave The Cuckoo." Welsh song, "Cartref" (Trevor f Evans), Mr. Trevor Lewis; duet, A Night in Venice (Lucantoni), Madame Gunter-Williams and Mr. Jones. Part 2 was as great a success as part 1, all the artistes receiving great receptions. Miss Price sang Softly awakes my heart" (Saent-Saens); duet, Tenor and Bari- tone," Messrs. Jones and Lewis; song, ^Love's Echo (Newton), Madame Wil- uams; auet, ttol-ra vuet," miss Fnce and Mr. Lewis; song, "My Queen," Mr. R. Jones; duet, Quis est Homo" (Rossini), Madame Williams and Miss Price; song, The Desert (Emanuel), Mr. Lewis; quartet, Sleep, Gentle Lady," the artistes. The first of a series of tsixi lectures was delivered on Thursday evening at Penuel (C.M.) chapel, under the auspices of the Ferndale Free Church Council. The lec- turer was the Rev. G. Keri Evans, M.A., Carmarthen, who dealt with The Philo- sophy of the New Theology." The chair was taken by Mr. M. Morris (builder). The Chairman said that the aim of the Free Church Council in having: these lec- ture-s was to educate and elevate the young people of the various churches; to check gambling and other great evils, which threatened to destroy the morality of the young people of the Rhondda; and to keep religion free of politics. Prof. Evans divided his lecture into three parts 7-" God and Man," "Free Will," and 'Sin." He attacked the Rev. R. J. Campbell's theology on the ground that It was not true philosophy. He said that every true 'philosopher took facts first, then formed his theory in accordance with those facts. Mr. Campbell, he remarked. had made the same mistake as many ( others—formed his theory first, and tried to make the facts accord with his theory, and if they did not, so much the worse I for the facts. Mr. Evans said that the I'eason that Mr. Campbell had so many followers was that a dog awake is better than a lion asleep." What we want, said he, is to wake the lion, then we shall hear no more about the dog. The lec- ture was very much appreciated, and Mr. Evallswas heartily applauded at its con- clusion. Mardy.
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Mr. Caswallon Edmunds, the genial manager of the Pentre Collieries, has been seriously ill for some time and unable to follow his occupation. We trust that his recovery will be rapid and complete. The annual general meeting of the Pentre Young Wales Liberal Association was held at Pentre Girls' School last Wednesday evening, when Dr. W. E. Thomas presided over a fairly good attend- ance. A brief resume of last season's work was given and commented upon. The prospects of the present season were also discuStSed and described as very promising, iii order to popularise the Society to a still greater extent, it was decided to reduce the membership fee. to the very small sum of one shilling. The success of the past Association augurs well for the present, and it is hoped that it will thrive for many years. The annual Sunday School anniversary of the Wesleyan Church was held on Sun- day and Monday last. The addresses and advice of Mrs. John Evans, Eglwysbach, and of the Rev. W. J. Britton were ex- cellent in quality and very appropriate. The services were marked bv good sing- ing, the choir rendering anthems in good style, under the able conductorship of Mr. Woodward. Solos and recitations were a special feature of the Sunday afternoon meeting. In our columns of last week it was stated that a Treherbert saddlery busi- ness, previously owned by Mr. Giddings, was formerly connected with the Pentre Saddlery. There is no truth in the state- ment, but the mistake can easily be ex- plained. The saddlery business at Pentre was established by Messrs. Wm. Yorwerth (now of Cowbridge) and the late inomas Thomas in the year 1874, but the partner- ship was soon dissolved, the former retiring. The business was afterwards I IUVir.S'S Cei'GfS MIXTURE RELIEF PROM I
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We note with interest that Mr. W. Jenkins, J.P., is the president for the Treorchy Hockey Club. Councillors W. T. Jones, J.P., W. P. Thomas, and Tom Jones are among the vice-presidents. Harvest thanksgiving t services are held at Bethania Chapel during the week, and are well attended. A very quiet wedding took place between Miss Anne Schofield (daughter of Mr. Thomas Schofield, fireman. of Abergorchy Colliery) and Mr. Tom Evans, Windsor Street, on Saturday last. Gelli.
The funeral of Joseph Coates (53), con- tracting engineer (late of Middlesbrough), of 17, Smith Street, Gelli, took place on Tuesday last at Treorchv Cemetery, the officiating minister being the Rev. D. J. Davies. Hope (E.B.), Gelli. The funeral was private, the chief mourners being: — Messrs. Joseph, William,, and Andrew T. Coates (sons), Mr. Griffith J. Lewis (son- in-law), Mr. W. R. Thomas (brother-in- law), Messrs. John and William Lewis, and Master Brynmor Lewis. The funeral arrangements were conducted by Messrs. H. Williams and Son, undertakers, Ystrad-Rhondda. The coffin was of best polished panelled elm, with heavy braiis mountings. THE days are getting darker. If you JL want your rooms to look brighter, use Bsgley's Y Goreu Furniture Paste (which does not finger mark). Sold everywhere in Id., 3d. and 6d. tins. One customer said Mr. Bagley. you have no need to advertise, your Paste advertises itself." 5006 Treherbert,
The Young People's Literary Society of Horeb (C.M.) Chapel held their first meeting last Wednesday evening at Horeb Chapel. The Rev. D. Williams (pastor) capably filled the chair, and the Rev. Gwilym Havard, B.D., B.A., Wilton Square, London, delivered an excellent and timely lecture on Joseph Mazzini. Italy's Apostle of Liberty." Mr. Havard declared that the late Mr. Tom Ellis would not have been what he was, neither would Mr. Lloyd George be what lie is to-day, had they not drawn a large amount of inspiration from the character, ideas, and labours of Joseph Mazzini. There was a large audience present, and all thoroughly enjoyed the capital lecture. 12 Bladed Safety Razors. The Ever Ready at 5/ the Gillette at 21/- Local Agent- R. T. Jones, The Tram Terminus, Treherbert. 4893 Ystrad.
A popular lecture was delivered on Thursday night, the 7th inst., at Taber- nacle (E.B.) Chapel by the Rev. Daniel Hughes, Pontypool (late of Llanelly), on "Christian Socialism." The meeting was fairly well attended. The lecturer gave an interesting and instructive address, which was greatly appreciated. The meet- ing; was presided over by Dr. Thomas, Llysygraig. On Friday night, the 8th inst., an eloquent address was given by Mr. Edgar Jones, M.A., at Nebo Chapel, Ystrad, in support of the People's Budget. The Budget League resolution was moved by the Rev. J. H. Jones, pastor of Taber- nacle (E.B.), and seconded by Mr. David Morris, Forest Cottage, and supported bv the Rev. Anthony Williams, pastor of Nebo (W.B.),_and was carried without a single dissentient. Dr. Thomas presided. With regret we announce the sudden death of Mrs. Griffiths, wife of Mr. Tlios. Griffiths. 16, Gelligaled Road, which took place on Monday evening; last. Deceased was on her way to Dyffryn Chapel, when she was overtaken with illness' and died soon afterwards in a neighbour's house. Deceased was conveyed home by the Bodringallt Ambulance Corps. Behind every Pair of f I NOEWELL'S
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We regret to record the death and burial of Miss Elizabeth Hollister, daugh- ter of Mr. and Mrs. George W. Hollister, residing at 21, Salem Terrace, Llwynypia. Deceased, who had been a great sufferer during the past two, months, passed away on Sunday night, the 3rd inst., at the early age of 17 years. Deceased was a member of Trinity (C.M.) Chapel, the pastor of which (Rev. Ambrose Williams) officiated at the funeral on Friday last at Llethrddu Cemetery, Trealaw. The fol- lowing mourners attended —On foot- Mr. Geo. W. Hollister (father), Mr. Wm. Hollister (brother), Mr. Amos Dudson, Mr. J. Charles Bowles, and Mr. Tom Roberts, Pentre (brothers-in-law); first coach—Mrs. Hollister (mother), Miss Alice Hollister (sister), Mrs. Bowles, Mrs. Roberts, and Mrs. Dudson (sisters), and Mrs. Wm. Hollister (sister-in-law); second coach-Misses Sarah and Maria Hollister (sisters), Mrs. Dudson and Mrs. John, Ferndale; third coach—Mrs. Forward, Gilfach Goch, and Mrs. Levi Williams, Tonyrefail (aunts). The coffin was sur- mounted by floral tributes sent by the following:-Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Hollister (brother and sister-in-law); Mrs. English, Trealaw. A harp with a broken string was sent by the members of Trinity. The undertaking arrangements were in the hands of Messrs. Williams and Sons. DUNN'S NEW BOOT STORES near New Empire, DUNRAVEN STREET, TONYPANDY, NOW OPEN, NOW OPEN, with a full suooly of their well- known HARD-WEARING BOOTS. HAVE YOU GOT YOUR PLATE? 5056 Cwin pare.
The Library Committee are showing commendable enterprise by arranging for a free course of winter lectures at the Park Hall. The first will take place on Monday evening next, Mr. Dennis Hird, M.A., late Ruskin College, Oxford, taking the platform to discourse on Ruskin the Seer." Local music-lovers will be glad to hear that the world-renowned Treorchy Royal Male Voice Party have been engaged to give a concert at Salem Chapel at an early date. The deadly warfare raged in a certain Owmparcian street between rival cliques of neighbours is causing much amusement and some disgust locally. Alarums and excursions of war add almost daily to the gaiety of the district, and the weekly visih1 of troops of combatants and their supporters to the Police Court are a tribute to the advance of civilisation. Who shall be Archdruid and proclaim with drawn sword, "There is peace"! Prof. Folia's Herbal Remedies
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Gelli. Special preaching services were held on Sunday and Monday last at Duffryn (O.M.). The preachens for the occasion were the Revs. M. H. Jones,, Ton, and Ambrose Williams; Tonypandy. Power- ful discourses were delivered by the rev. gentlemen. At Bethany (C.M.) Chapel on Sunday, the 10th inst., the anniversary services were exceptionally well attended. Power- ful addresses delivered bv the Rev. Richd. Jones, B.A., of Llandinam, were listened to with rapt attention. The members of Siloam (W.B.) have given a unanimous call to the Rev. J. Gilbert Jones, Rhydewyn, Anglesea. The rev. gentleman has not yet given a decided answer. Sherwood.
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Ambulance Brigade Social.—A social tea, entertainment and dance was pro- moted by the local Brigade of the St. John Ambulance Association at the Work- men's Hall, Nantymoel, on Wednesday evening last, when a large company of upwards of 700 sat at the tea tableis. The tables were gracefully presided over by the following ladies —Mesdames J. Mor- gan, T. Lucas, D. O. Williams, J. Cockram, J. D. Jones, K. Perkins, T. Llewellyn, u. J. lnomas, w. irenarne, Misses Clarke, S. A. Joseph, R. Lewis, A. Cole, Tillv Edward-s, M. Bryant, A. Jones, A. David, M. J. Standford, Howells, S. A. Morgan, H. Wright, and C. Kinsey. Mrs. Barnett, Mrs. D. Evans, Mrs. Clarke and Mrs. Thomas presided over the cutting of bread and butter and cake. The catering was in every way satisfactory, and reflected great credit upon Messrs. J. D. Jones (Bridge Shop), J. Cockram and John Griffiths, who had supplied all kinds of refreshments. The time for tea extended from 4 p.m. to 6.30 p.m., and an entertainment followed. The special features of the programme were the humorous sketches of Mr. Thos. Thomas (the Welsh comedian), who was in splendid form and kept the large audi- ence rocking with laughter. Dancing commenced at 9 p.m., and continued to the strains of a first-class band until 11 p.m. The proceeds are to be devoted towards fully equipping the Ogmore Vale St. John Ambulance Brigade, sixteen of whom are already equipped. The Brigade are to be complimented upon obtaining the services of Dr. A. W. Anderson as hon. surgeon; Mr. D. C. Williams (head- master Aber Schools) as hon. secretary, and Mr. Frank King as superintendent. Sudden Death.—It is with deep regret we announce the death of Mrs. Howells, the beloved wife of Mr. Daniel Howells, hairdresser, Commercial Street, Nanty- moel. Mrs. Howells was an old inhabi- tant, and was held in high esteem by all her acquaintances. Much sympathy is felt with the bereaved husband and chil- dren. The funeral took place at Llan- gynwyd Churchyard on Thursday. Funer'al.-On Saturday, the mortal remains of Mr. John Brown, Oakfield Ter- race, Blaenogwy, were interred at the Blaenogwr Cemetery. Deceased passed away on Tuesday morning, after a short illness, at the age of 77 years. A large number attended to pay their last tokens of respect to the departed. Tonypandy.
The Rev. F. W. Cole. late pastor of Trinity (C.M.) Chapel, paid a visit to Mid-Rhondda on Sunday last. the occa- sion being the anniversary services of the above church. Large congregations assembled to hear the rev. gentleman. In the afternoon he gave an excellent dis- course on Hypocrites: Ancient and Modern." DUNN'S NEW BOOT STORES, near New Empire, DUNRAVEN STREET, TONYPANDY, NOW OPEN, NOW OPEN, with a full supply of their well- known HARD-WEARING BOOTS. HAVE YOU GOT YOUR PLATE? 5056 1 H What does it mean ? The date X I i.Uf the Sun Insurance Office was established The cost of insuring an ordinary dwelling-liou-e, or its contents, for a year against risk of fire is only about 1/6 per £100' —Agent, W. D. Jones, Rhondda Leader.' Office, Excelsior Buildings, Tonypandy. c76/24 Maesteg
Wedding.—On Thursday, the 7th inst., a quiet wedding was solemnised at the City Temple, London, the parties being Mr. Richard Morgan, assistant inspector of the London and Provincial Bank, and Miss Ethel Johns, daughter of the Rev. and Mrs. D. Johns, pastor of Canaan Church, Maesteg. The ceremony was per- formed by the bride's father and the Rev. R. J. Campbell, M.A., City Temple. The bridesmaid was Miss Mabel Johns (sister of the bride), the best man being Mr. Richard Williams, Aberdare. The honey- moon is being spent on the East Coast. The presents received were both numerous and valuable. Success.—Mr. D. T. Glyndwr Richards, B.A., son of Mr. and Mrs. W. Richards, Gwalia House, Nantyffyllon, has been successful in obtaining one of the Dr. Williams Scholarships of L40 a year, avail- able for three years at the Presbyterian College. Carmarthen. Benefit Concert.—A very successful con- cert was held in the Town Hall on Sep- tember 30th for the benefit of Mr. P. Price, N antyffyllon. The chair was ably filled (in the absence of Mr. D. Davies, Coegnant) by Mr. W. T. Williams (Gwilym Taf). Both the Volunteer Band and the Nantyffyllon Male Voice Party rendered various selections. The other items were —Soprano solo, i: Llam y Cariadau," Madame C. A. Davies; baritone solo, Mr. W.. R. Stratton; tenor solo, "Yr Hen Gerddor," Mr. W. Isaac; cornet solo, (i Killarney," Miss Florence Dancy; quartet (instrumental), Messrs. H. Wil- liams, E. Absalom, R. Clayton, and J. Ellison; duet, Messrs. Stratton and Isaac; bass solo, Mr. W. Dancy; instru mental trio, "Happy Moments," Mr. J. Ellison, Mr. E. Absalom, and Miss F. Dancy; tenor solo, Vision of the Cross," Mr. W. Isaac soprano solo, "The Heavenly Song," Madame C. A. Davies. Fire.—Early on Monday morning, a fire broke out at the premises of Messrs. W. Thomas and Co., the Bon Clothiers, Talbot Street, Maesteg. Fortunately, through the promptness of Mr. W. Thomas in giving the alarm, the Fire Brigade arrived on the scene before the flames had a thorough hold on the pre- mises, and extinguished the fire in a very short time. The damage estimated to both clothing and premises is about E200. Meeting.—A public meeting was held in the Maesteg Town Hall on Monday even- ing last in support of the Budget. The chair was taken by Mr. John Howells, J.P. Mr. E. EL Davies, C.C., proposed a resolution in support of the Budget, and the Rev. D. Gwilym Jones, pastor of the English Congregational Church, seconded. The speakers who addressed the meeting were Mr. H. E. Hemmerde, K.C., M.P.. and Mr. Edgar Jones, M.A. DUNN'S NEW BOOT STORES, near New Empire, DUNRAVEN STREET, TONYPANDY, NOW OPEN, NOW OPEN, with a full sunnly of their well- known HARD-WEARING BOOTS. HAVE YOU GOT YOUR PLATE? 5056 Ogmore Vale.
Big Meetings.—The special half yearly meetings in connection with Hermon (C.M.) Chapel were held on Saturday and Sunday last, the preacher for the occasion being; the Rev. D. H. Williams, Newport. Good congregations assembled at all the services. Harvest Thanksgiving.—The customary annual harvest thanksgiving service in connection with the English Congrega- tional Chapel took place on Monday night. The officiating: minister was the Rev. Jonathan Evans, Penarth, who delivered a. harvest sermon before a good congregation. Farewell Sermon.—On Sunday night, Calvary (E.B.) was well filled, when the Rev. J. W. Treharne, who has completed a three years' ministry, preached his fare- well sermon. Mr. Treharne has received and accepted a call from Crumlin. Social.—For want of suitable accommo- dation at home, the Ogmore Vale St. John Ambulance Brigade held a social at the Nantymoel Workmen's Hall on Wednesday, the 6th inst. The object was to provide funds for equipment, &c., and we are glad to state that the affair was a great success, for which result Mr. D. C. Williams (secretary) deserves great praise. An excellent spread was provided, and was done full justice to by the large num- ber present. The evening was enjoyably spent in dancing and other amusements, and a very interesting musical programme was gone, through bv local artistes. Dr. A. W. Anderson, M.B., made an excel- lent chairman. TInW
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