Nat. Tel 9&&. The City Tailor I B. SHALSON, | Winner of numerous Prizes and Diplomas for II Efficiency in Cutting and Fitting. Ladies' and Gents' Tailoring Expert It Personal Attention given to all orders, I Newest Materials. j Latest Styles. Moderate Prices. SATISFACTION is my means of attract" j ing Customersand not effective Window Dis- play and' glaring lights, for which buyers j have to pay, lLT 102,QUEEN STREET I (First Floor), Windsor Place, CARDIFF, <0
Artificial Teeth. PAINLESS EXTRACTIONS ALL -N E I,, -N TH E TEETH Attendance Daily. II.lrS- v-3'. to :i Thursdays—l-t"° Mr. H. HUFELAND 1:;0, Dunraven Street, TA M V P A WHV (Over Milton's Fruiterer), ivii I i A U I Next to White Hart Hotel. 10
All Great Events for the Holidays! Pavilion Skating Rink, TONYPJ5HDY. Phone Br., National. Manager-Mr. F. T, STL'DD. GRAND ORCHESTRAL ORGAN a Sessions Daily-10.30 to 12.30; 2.30 to 5, & 6.30 to 10 Admission Free to Skater's; Non-Skaters, 3d. each person. UP-TO-DATE CAFE. Afternoon Teas a Speciality. Special Extra Long Sessions MONDAY—10.30 to 1, 2.30 to 5.30, and 6.30 to 10.30. TUESDAY-9 to 11.30, 3 to 5.30, and 6.30 to 10.30. (Rink lent for Horse Show Luncheon from 12 to 3), Special Ticket Benefit for the Pentre Miners all day to-day (Friday, May 13th), 10.30, 2.30 and 6 30. THE FUNMAKERS (Under the direction of Mr. F. T. STUDD). A High-Class CONCERT PARTY Will commence their Season on the NEW OPEN AIR STAGE On Saturday, May 14th, at 3,30 I3S'" Performances twice daily (week days only) at 3.30 and 7.30. Reserved Seats 3d. & 6d. Admission to Grounds Free. 41 Grosvenor Restaurant, Penarth (Two minutes' walk from Station), Mr. O. G. J. WILLIAMS, Proprietor, Will be pleased to see old friends as well as new during the season. School parties, picnics, etc., specially catered for. Good Beds, charges strictly moderate. Price list on application. LARGE DINING HALL JUST ADDED, capable of seating 300 to-" 00 persons. 200 Cafe Monaco, Penarth (Late PREMIER), UNDER ENTIRELY NEW MANAGEMENT. Catering of Every Description carefully carried out under Personal Supervision. MT Large Parties, Schools, &c., a Speciality. ESTIMATES GIVEN FOR ALL KINDS OF CATERING. E. K. GOODFELLOW, Proprietress. Kindly Note Address. Ystradfechan Park, TREORCHY. A GRAND CHAIR EISTEDDFOD AND SPORTS, WILL BE HELD AT THE ABOVE PLACE On WHIT-TUESDAY, MAY 17th, 1910. President H. R. JENKINS, Esq., M.B., Ystradfechan, Treorchy. Conductor: Ald. E LJIAS HENRY DAVIES, J.P., C.C., Brynheulog, Pentre. ADJUDICATORS Music—E. T. DAVIES, Esq., Mertliyr, and J. PRICE, Esq., Rhymney. Poetry Rev. J. J. WILLIAMS, Siloh, Pentre. Literature, &c.-W. P. TtlO LAI AS, Esq., D.C., Treorchy, D. JAAI Ei S, Esq. (Defynnog). Treorchy. Accompanists: Prof. J. T. JONES, L.R.A.M., Treorchy, and W. J. DA VIES, Esq., Treorchy Chief Choral: "We never, never will bow down" (Not under 80 in number) Prize, £ 25 and a Champion Silver Cup value £ 4 4s. to the Conductor. Second Prize, A5 5s. JWvenile Choir: Own Selection. Prize, £5 5s., and a Baton to Conductor. J^uett, Prize £ 1 10s. Solos: Soprano, Contialto, Tenor and Bass, Prizes £ 1 Is. Solos, Pri:es 10/6. Three Pianoforte Solos and Violin So'os. Essay, Prize £ 2/2 Handsome Chair. Open Recitations, 10/6. Children's Recitation, 7/6 «wut Silver Medal. OWing to the numerous entries the Committee beg to notify all intending com- t* titers that the Preliminary Tests will continence at 9.30 a. iii. sharp (and not at 11 Pv-i ias 1'1 eTrr°r on programme), at the Institute, Treorchy, when Pianoforte Solos and ^otldren s Recitations will be taken as first items. Eisteddfod to commence at 10.50 a.m. *MlaxtiasIoxt Is. ad. and 1.s. l^orL'^n60"4r^• Ebenezer Lewis, 4, Windsor Street, Pentre; Sports Secretary Tom Centtal I, C» meter y Road, Trcorchy; General Secretary: William Powell, emetery Lodge, Treorchy. 256
[ w II The Distress at Pentre. t-I Gratifying Results of Charitable Performances. A charitable performance of Aelwyd Angharad was given at the Judge's! Hall, Trealaw, on Wednesday evening byj the St. David's Choir, Pentre, under th^S conductorship of Mr. T. Howells, G.T.S.C § Mr. D. S. Thomas presided, in the absencé of Councillor Tom Evans.. It is gratify- ing to note that as the result of the charitable performances given by the choir last week at Pentre a sum of P, 7 I, has been handed over to the Pentre Col- liery Workmen Distress Committee for the alleviation of suffering caused by the unfortunate dispute at the colliery, which has rendered idle over a thousand work- men since April 1st. The members of the choir are all drawn from the Nazareth (CAM.)' Choir, and their efforts on the behalf of their fellow-townsmen are to be H'armiy commended, S
Ciydach Vale Dam Disaster. An Appeal. 9 To the Editor of the llhondda Leader. I Sir,—May I solicit your assistance, through the medium of your valuables paper, to call the attention, and, if pos-Sj sible, to enlist the sympathy of thef, charitably disposed among your readers. i wish to state that the funds we have received towards the relief of the distress caused by the accident are completely exhausted. And I regret to say that there is still some distress prevailing among the families of some of those who assisted at the rescue of the school children. For instance, there is one rescuer suffering from a fractured knee- cap, and several cases of blood poisoning, arising in some cases from mere scratches. One rescuer who suffered rather serious injury to his head, is still on the sick list, and, more sadly still, death has resulted in one case as the result of chill and blood poisoning contracted while assisting in the rescue of the school chil- dren. In this case the widow is left with three orphaned children, and one of these little ones is unfortunately a cripple. My committee will be deeply grateful for any donation towards the relief of the dis-B tress still remaining. The treasurer of the Relief Fund is Councillor James Evans, Cambrian House, Clydach Vales to whom any monies may be sent.—I ainj sir, yours faithfully-, NOAH REES, Hon. Sec. ■ 61, Thomas Street, Tonypandy.
Presentation to the Rev. dames Nicholas, Tonypandy. A movement, initiated by Moriah Church, is on foot to recognise the efforts In their midrst of their respected pastor, the Rev. James Nicholas. Throughout the several years Tie has resided in the district, he has thrown himself whole- heartedly into every movement for the general welfare of the district, and in spite of tempting invitations, he hasfl decided to remain at Tonypandy. The following are the officers of the. commit- tee: Messrs. R. Davies (chairman), D. W. Richards (treasurer), and William John (secretary).
Cricket. TREHERBERT C.C. v. TREHERBERT WESLEYAN C.C. This match was played in cold and showery weather at Treherbert on Satur- day. The Wesleyans were outclassed. The feature of the game was the fine bowling of H. R. Jones, Trelierbert's express bowler. The scores were, ■ TREHERBERT WESLEYAN C.C. B W F Phipps b H R Jones 1 fl W Phipps b H R Jones 0 ■ Sid Lee b H R Jones 8 J Eddy c Williams b H R Jones. 0 J Last b H R Jones 0 Stan Phipps Ibw b H R Jones 2 Alb Kier b L R Webb 0 A Kier b L, R Webb 0 H Peats b L R Webb 0 ']' J Davies b L, R Webb 0 G Langford not out 0 Extras 5 Total 16 TREHERBERT C.C. W Williams b W Phipps 1 S W Bull b W F Phipps 4 R D C J Pitman not out 8 D Galloway b W F Phipps 0 H R Jones not out 3 Extras 2 Total (for 3 wkts) 18 Innings declared closed. W. J. Gruar, L. R.Webb, D. Thomas, M. Williams, E. Davies and G. Langmead did not bat.
t. Tel. WILLIAM MCKEE, N91640. WATERPROOF & ATHLETIC OUTFITTER. H A WATERPROOFS of all kinds. SPOR TS-Cricket, Teniiis, Croquet, Golf, and all Sum- mer Sports. BOYS) SCOUTS OfficiaJ Outfits. SEASIDE—Bathing Costumes, Sandals, &c. Best Quality at Store Cash Prices Note Address- 10, Queen Street. CARDIFF. 24 j ^■mii I AM S1166 CUR tNe. ■Br THE -sick ——— 1 I AT MY NEW AJ>J>RESS ■< W SO- TYLACEl YN Rf. I T»eonsvltat.ONS FRee. r^PENYGRAIC. I umAUfef FREE e\peRT water AF-ADING. I The Finest He^lraX meaict-me 2. I < OVt a.i.ritLlr\e. I t sSlock of RootsI l^1 am6 Ban* IN South wales I I PRIM CI PAL- RS. Hi H, #øI De Winton New Recreation Grounds TONYPANDY. -see DON'T FORGET THE MID-RHONDDA Horse Show I IT WHIT-TUESDAY. :?• I t Enormous ntries I The iPinest Horses in the World will be bn Exhibition. t I Great Jumping Entry. POPULAR PRICES. Gates open 9 a.m. 244 UANHARRAN EISTEDDFOD. Whit-Tueaday, May 17, 1910. Chief Events, MALE VOIC Lead, Kindly Light" (Morella C. an" rze 62o. James) prize £ 20. MIXED CHORAL—" Gently comes the breath of Even- ing *Sl8alaw), prize «15. JUVENILE CHOllAL—"Twelve by the Clock" (0. H. Lloyd), prize SS. ACTION SONG-Own Selection, prize jB2. Solos. &I 18. Oct- each. Programmes lgd. j ost free from Secretary, J. THOMAS, Argoed Edwin, Llanharan. 080 Gdimd chair eisteddfod, MAESTEG Tuesday, August 2, 1910. Aggregate Prizes, £ 200. Music—Dr. S. COLERIDGE TAYLOR, London Preliminary, W. THOMAS f<jr, T t. Music—Dr. S. COLERIDGE TAYLOR, London Preliminary, W. THOMAS Brass Bauds—TOM MORGAN, Esq., London Literature—" Gwili Atnbulauce—r»r r> i CHIEF OHORAL—" Hark the deep tremendous Voice (Haydn) 1st nrize I'm » a ^antymoe!. SECOND CHORAL—"The Lord is my Shepherd (S. Davies, G &L." Maestri eta SECOND CHORAL—"The Lord is my Shepherd" (S. Davies, G &L." Maestri eta MALE YOICE-" Spartan Heroes" (Dan Prothera). 1st. Prize, £20. 2nd £5. JUVENILE CHOIR—"Over thefields of Clover" (Adam Geibel). 1st v>rize £ fi n0 BRASS BANDS (2nd Class) "Meinoriesof the past" (W. RimmerX 1st prike iio^ < £ *4* ACTION SONG for Children-lst prize, £ 2. 2nd el. SOLOS-U<rs. each^ 'Vvnh^T „ handsome Chair. Ambulance Competition, £ 4. Together with substantial Drizes for nfTi • ,nz6' Wlth Essay, Recitations. Englyn, etc. particulars, see prog,a-nmes M eac^ f^n the Secretarv 16. Brynmawr Place, Maesteg, Glamorganshire. retary' P'