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JUDGMENT IN MARDY MIN- I ING ISSUE. The question as to whether it is customary for colliers to unload ru b- bish left at the coal face was the point involved in a case heard at the Pontypridd County Court on Thurs- day, the lltli inst. Two Mardy col- liers claimed a day's pay from Lock- et's Merthyr Colliery Co., through being unable to work in consequence of a tram of rubbish being left in their working place. Mr. E. Ham- mond, for the plaintiffs, contended that as far as the 4ft. seam was con- cerned colliers did not unload ru b- bish in the face. Mr A. Prosser, for the company, called witnesses, who stated that colliers did this work and were paid for it. His Honour found that the work- ing arrangement at the colliery was that if by accident the night men had no time to unload the rubbish it wia8 the duty of the collier to do so. It was understood that if a consider- able amount of work was involved in unloading more than 9d. would be allowed. If there was no such prac- tice it would be impossible to carry on the colliery. He gave judgment for the company with costs, and re- marked that it would be better for the parties to agree upon a price list for this work.
ECHO OF THE GEE AT FIGHT. I Thomas John Bees, a Treorcliy youth, summoned Thomas John for assault. The former's case was that whilst in a ref"<-shment shop discussing the Carpentier v. Pecket fight defendant caught him by the collar and bumped him against the Avail. Defendant slated that he merely shook the lad because lie used filthy language. The case was adjourned for the I attenchnce of the shopkeepers.
Funeral of Cwmparc Minis-ter. The funeral of the lie v. William Lewis, Park Villa, Cvvmparc, pastor oi Pare Welsh Caivinisiic Methodist Church, Cwmpark, for 35 years, and ex-moderator of the South Wales Calvinistic Association, took place at Treorcliy Cemetery on Monday amid many manifestations of sorrow. An impressive service was held at his church, conducted by the Rev. T. Da vies, Blaellrhondda, the oldest minister in the Upper Ilhondda in the "Welsh C.M. connexion. The following also took part: the lievs. T. Tissington, vicar of Cwmpark; E. T. Davies, Bethlehem, Treorcliy; E. G. Thomas, Salem, Cwmpark T. L. Davies, Soar, Cwmpark Jno. Owen, "Ap Glaslyn," Trehafod; William Manis, D.D., Xoddfa, Treorcliy; J. W illiams, and John Morgan, Llwyn- ypia; Mr Thomas Morgan, J.P., oldest deacon, and "Mr H. S. Grif- fiths, J.P., Clydach Yale, as presi- dent of the East Glamorgan Monthly Meetings; Itevs. M. H. Ellis, Tre- alaw; H. Thomas, Ta bor, Maesteg, of which deceased was one time a member; H. W. Thomas, Bethle- hem, Porth. The church choir, under the conductorship of Mr Dd. Pugli, sang "Cawn orphwys yn y nefoedd," which was deceased's fav- ourite tune. The large procession wended its way to the burial ground where a further impressive service was Held, conducted by Dr. D. M. Phillips, M.A., Ph.D., Tylorstown. Each of the rev. gentlemen paid an eulogium to the departed, testifying to his noble character as a true Christian. Dr. Phillips said that deceased was a faithful worker to his cause, and among other offices which j he had held during his time with the connexion were Synodical examiner, chairman of the T-pper Phoiidda District Churches; president of the East Glamorgan Monthly Meetings and Moderator of S.W. Calvinistic Association. j Appropriate hymn tunes vere sung by the church choir en route to the burial ground. The deacons of the Pare Church acted as bearers. ) Among the general public were the Hevs. Tlios. Powell, formerly of Treorcliy; Emrys Davies, B.A., Ton; lJeri Morgan, Hopkinstown, Pontypridd; T. M. Lloyd, Station' lioad, Treorchv; Fred Jones, B.A., B.D., Bethania; W. T. Gruffydd, B.A., B.D., Hermon, Treorchy; G. Harries, Samuel Jones, Treherbert; B. Watkins, Penuel, Ferndale; and David Evans, Penygraig; Messrs. Hd. Evans, M.E., Gilfach Goch; J. j Evans, Treorchy; John Evans, C.C., Caenant; Tom Evans, Cwmavon; T. Jones, and others. The chief mourners were: Mr and Mrs Henry Morgan, manager of Barclay's Bank, Porth (son-in-law and daughter); Mr and Mrs. Allen -Lewis, schoolmaster (son and daugh- ter-in-law) Mrs Joshua Thomas (daughter); Mr Jos Lewis, school- master, Moelgrove, Cardiganshire. A large number of messages of sympathy were received, and let- ters regretting their inability to at- tend the funeral were received from Dr. John Morgan Jones, Cardiff and the Rev. Daniel Davies, Liverpool, formerly of Nazareth, Pentre. De- ceased had been a minister for fifty years.
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I Treorchy. A successful benefit dance was held on Thursday evening, the 11th inst. at the Ambulance Hall, Treorcliy, under the auspices of the Treorchy Pals Touring Club in aid of Thomas Harris, who was severely wounded in the war and had his leg amputated. Mr Gwilym Richards' band provided the music. There was a large at- tendance. Mr J. R. Lewis carried out the duties of M.C. There was no work at the A ber- gorchy Collieries (United National), Treorchy, on Saturday and Monday last owing to shortage of trucks. About 1,800 men were affected. Mr David Cennamo, Bute Street, Treorchy, who in pre-war days pro- vided the Treorchy R.F .C. with Pepsins each Saturday, is continuing the same this season free of charge. Needless to say, the gifts are highly appreciated by the players. A FRIEND OF CARADOG. Among the few surviving intimate friends of the great Caradog, whose memory is to be perpetuated in the form of a statue, none has more in- teresting reminiscences relative to the Welsh conductor's career than Mr Samuel Thomas, Dumfries St., Treorchy. Mr Thomas attended the concerts which were held in the "long room" of the Treorchy Hotel, of which Caradog was licensee, and can tell most amusing stories of Car- adog as an entertainer. According to Mr Thomas, Caradog took the in- habitants by storm when he invent- ed, as a blacksmith, a mysterious key with which he was able to imi- tate the sound of every denizen of the farmyard. It was interesting to note that Mr Thomas himself is a musician despite the fact that all the education he received was that pro- vided at a national school back in the distant past when parents paid 2d. per week for the coaching of their children in elementary learn- ing. Mr Thomas has composed many hymn tunes and has won numerous prizes from time to time. The first was "0 nior hawddgar ydyw'r Iesu," a children's tune, composed in the Abergorchy Collieries and written out in the rough on a curling box." Mr Thomas also sang and performed cantatas with Caradog and conducted the congregation at Bethania and Ramah Welsh Congregational Churches, Treorchy, for 40 years. JUBILEE SERYICE AT TRE- ORCHY. Bethlehem (C.M.) Church, Tre- orchy, celebrated its jubilee on Sun- day, the 14tli inst. The Rev. T. E. Davies (pastor) presided over a large congregation in the afternoon when addresses were delivered by Dr. Wm. Morris, Xoddfa, and Mr. Evan Morgan. The history of the ckurch was given by Mr T. J. Davies, printer, secretary of the church. Gifts were handed over to the church by the Young People's Society, and the Bible Class, by the officers of the church and by a number of old mem- bers of the church. The church was j founded in the year 1869, the first ¡ meeting being held at the Ocean j Colliery stables with a moderate membership. Eventually the cause expanded and a more commodious edifice had to be secured and the pre- sent church was erected. The church to-day is one of the larerest in South Wales with a. membership of G20 and is a living force in the district. Dur- ing the previous year over £1,OOn was raised by the members towards Oi. the church fund. Tre treasurer of the church is Mr Abraham Hees. During intervals special hymn tunes were sung by the church choir under the conductorship of Mr Williams.
Pontypridd &nd Rhondda Teachers, A mass meeting of Pontypridd and Rhondda teachers on Wednesday evening, the 10th inst., Mr. B. M. Nicholas presiding, considered the national provisional scales of salaries under the Burnham Report. The meeting decided that the scales be accepted, provided that the clause involving compulsory arbitration be deleted, that the right to strike be retained, that equal pay be granted, and that safeguards be introduced for meeting any future increase in the cost of liying. YoUng look placy for the selection of local nominees for the N.U.T. Executive, the fol- lwing being balloted upon Mr J. Celfyn Williams, Swansea; Mr Ben Nicholas, RhonddH Miss Philips. Cardiff; and Mr Nl-. G. Cove. Rhon- dda. The voting resulted in the nomination of Mr J Celfyn "Williams and Mr W. G. Cove, oiilv two can- didates being elected for three seats.
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I Coalfield tI ff.. irs. RHOXDDA MEN S RESOLU- TIONS. THE FIVE-DAY WEEK POLICY. The monthly meeting of the Rhondda District of M iners was held at Porth on Monday, Mr E. J.. Wil- liams, Fernhill, presiding. It was resolved to further agitate for the adoption of the policy of a five-day week. A resolution was passed in favour of the demands of ex-service men, whereby their rate of pav for the period whilst serving shall be made up to Gs. per day. The dele- gates resolved that in the event of any national dispute on the part of another organisation, it shall be the duty of the district officials, in order to avoid any sectional or sympathetic stoppages, to convene a special dis- trict meeting within three days. A resolution was passed express- ing horror and disgust at the state of aUairs in India, nessitating the shooting down of a mass meeting, and declaring that if such action was necessary to the maintenance of British rule in India after 100 years the preserft system of government stood condemned. Mr W. John, Mr Drsvid Lewis and Mr Rhys Evans reported vpon the work done by the Central Executive Joint Board and Disputes Commit- tee during the past month. A lene-thy discussion took Tla(.p on the income f-ix question, and it was decided to call a special meetinar for Saturday next for the purpose of considering what action sholl be taken on the matter. A resolution was passed calling upon the Food Controller to imme- diately reduce the maximum price of milk to the consumer. (Ir