Collection Title: Cambrian Daily Leader
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CLASS A AN'S EYE. Cases Before Swansea Borough Tribunal. A sitting of the Borough Tribunal was j held at the Swansea Gui ldhall on Thui" day, Mr. T. Mirrells presiding. Major Harries represented the military. An ap- plication was heard from a baker and grocer, on behalf of his baker (category A. aged 25). a married man with two children. The applicant stated that he did a large trade by supplying ships with bread.—Not assented to. but would not be tailed up for at least a month. A married man with two children, aged 19. appealed for exemption. Mr. Nash, who appeared for applicant, stated that le had been put in Class A. but showed < medical certificate to the effect that one of his eyes was in a had state. He had a number of contracts on hand. also a stock valued at about £ 12.000. He was a mem- ber of the V.T.C.—Three months. A RESERVED OCCUPATION. Claimed as being in a reserved occupa- tion, a firm of hide and skin dealers ap- pealed on behalf of a married man, aged 33 rcar. in Class C 1. It was stated they had a turnover roughly of about £25.000. It was agreed by the tribunal that appli- cant was in a reserved occupation. A local licensed buyer of hay asked for exemption for two of his ♦^nployes. Both were 36 years of age, and single, and in Category A. On behalf of the employer, it was stated that he had three sons with the Forces and two emplove-s.-Ca,e adjourned for a month the employer to try and find substitutes. Conditional on signing for National Ser- vice. a married man with two children, aged 3#, was riven exemption.
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I SW ANSEA. Mr. George Usher, of Neath-road, Plasmarl, near Swansea, who died on February 1, left estate valued at S:,310 gross, with net personalty £783. Probate of his will has been granted to the Rev. David Llan Davies, of 6, Bartley-tc-rrace. | Landore. A concert in aid of Holy Trinity Sunday School was held at Holy Trinity School- room, Swansea, on Thursday evening. The musical part of the evening was in the hands of Mrs. Wooz.sley, assisted by Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Evans. The proceedings were opened by little Miss Muriel Day, who recited. The Echolars of Holy Trinity and St. Catherine's Sunday Schools ren- dered several items. During the interval the Vicar of Holy Tr.inity (Rev. E. D. Henry) made a speech.
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I TAl BACH. I A sale of work was opened by Mrs. Lowther, Gclisdale,. at Taibach, in aid of I Holy Cross Church funds.
TENBV. I The Rev. E. H. Merchant, B.A., B.D., Builth, has been inducted as the new minister of Tenby Presbyterian Church.
MUMBLES. A baptismal service was held at Castle-> ton Gospel Hall, when two young lady members of the Sunday school were bap- tised. Mr. E. G. Varley officiated.
I BANWEN. The funeral took place on Wednesday of 'N l rs. S Mrs. Samuel llowells, "mother of the Sunday school at Banwen. Her remains were taken to Ystradgynlais. The officiat- ing ministers were the Revs. Mr. Thomas (Onllwyn) and D. Hughes (Seven Sisters).
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SEVEN SISTERS. At the C.M. Chapel an eloquent lecture was delivered on the Right. Hon. David Lloyd George, by Mr. J. Hugh Edwards, M.P. Councillor W. Davies (Bryn Villas) took the chair. A substantial sum of money was made towards defraying the debt c:i the chapel.
I PONTARDULAIS. A wedding was solemnised at St. Joseph's K.C., Swansea, the contracting parties being Mr. Charles MacGabe and Miss Kathleen Murphy, both of Goppa, the bridegroom being a member of the Town Band. The bride was charmingly gowned, and was given away by her step- father, Mr. W. Fitzgerald, while Mrs. C. Burn (bride's sister) acted as bridesmaid. A "Welsh cause" ("Aclios Cymreig") has been started in far-off Amara in Mesopotamia! Among the founders are, three Pontardulais boys, namely Sergt. David George (son of ex-Councillor Thos. George, the well-known Labour leader), Pte. Josiah Jones (a nephew of the Rev. D. Lloyd-Morgan, D.D., pastor of Hope Congregational Church), and Pte. Archie White (son of the late Mr. Daniel White and of Mrs. White, Tynybonau).
I. AMMANFORD. The following candidates were success- ful at the examination of the London Col- lege of Music from the Amman Valley centre, of which the secretary is Mr. Gwilym R. Jones:—Primary section: 1st clats, May Llewelyn," Dorrell A. Rees and Ethel A. Codd; pass, Tommy Bowen, Dd. John Michael, and Doris Davies. Ele- mentary section: Honours, Lilian Harries; 1st class, Lilian Evans and Ella James; pass, Eluned Morgan, Vera George, Teg- wen Lewis, Gwenda Hay, Aeron Jones and Annie Williams. Intermediate section: 1st class, Rachel M. Thomas, Griffith H. Jones, Dd. H. Thomas, and Olive Mason; pass, Johnny Llewelyn. Advanced inter- mediate: Pass, Gomer Roberts. Senior section: 1st class, Willie Davies and Jenny Thomas.
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CWR/JLLYNFELL. Councillor Daniel T. Jones has been appointadt chairman of the I'ditardis-we Distriot itouncil for the ensuing year. The new chairman, who is a native of the dis irict, and engaged as eheckweigher at Cmnliynfelf Colliery, has been on the Council for seven years. He is vice- chairman of the Pontaxdawe District Tribunal. By virtue of his office he will be a justice of peac!\ for tho term, and incidentally he is the first resident J.P. at Cwmllynfell.
MORRISTON, There was again a large audience at the Tabernaclo Schoolroom, Morriston, on Thursday evening, when repeat perfor- mances of the Welsh dramas, Y Pwyil- gor," The Poacher," and Tomos Bartley a'r Seiat" were given by the Plasmarl Dramatic Society, under the conductorship of Mr. J. P. Walters. Since the outbreak of the war the society has devoted all its attention to assisting local funds, and during that time numerous calls have been made upon it. Performances have been repeatedly given throughout tho district, as a result of which over £ 700 has been raised for various iund6.
LLANDILO-TAL YBONT. The annual meeting of the Llandilo- Talybont Council was held at the Parish Room, Gorscinon. Mr. George Digby Bayliss (Pontardulais) was elected chair- man for the ensuing year, and Mr. Thos. Lewis (Bryngwyn Hall, Gorseinon) vice- chairman. The following overseers were appointed: Messrs. Thomas Jenkins and David Allen (Pontardulais Ward), David Davies and Benjamin Davics (Gorseinon Ward). The poor rate was fixed at 3s. 4d. in the S, though the calls had gone up, there being a balance in hand of about £ 700. The collector (Mr. White) showed a clean sheet as far as arrears were con- cerned. On the special expenses there was a deficit of £280. chiefly on account of the large number of appeals. The call was £ 2,596, and this necessitated a rate of Is 4-ù. in the £ as against lOd. last year.
LLAIMELLY. Mr. Ifor W. Watkins, the clerk to the Llanelly Education Committee has re- ceived an acknowledgment from Sir Vin- cent Evans for the S:50 10s. collected on Flag Day for the benefit of the Welsh troops. The treasurer has also written thanking the. Mayor (Aid. D. James Davies) for his sympathetic support. Some of the staff for the new Stebon- heath Military Hospital at Llanelly have arri ved. The Rev. W. J. Williams, Letterston, will begin bJS pastorate at Calfaria Bap- i tist Chapel Llanelly, on Sunday, when the rites of baptism will be performed. There has been quite an epidemic at Llanelly of smashing electric globes, and the Electric Light and Traction Co., who light the whole town, have induced the Corporation to seek the assistance of rchool-teachers, who are asked to impress I upon the boys the seriousness of the mat- lor.
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m peRT TALBOT. if sale of work was held on Thursday afternoon at St. Theodore's Mission Room, Port Talbot.
BRYNAitfOMALN. I Hugh Morris, V.C. a popular drama, I was staged at Brynamman on Wednesday evening by the Cwmtawe Dramatic Com- pany. Gwilym Cynlais supervised the performance.
YSTRADGYNLAIS. the annual meeting of the Ystradgyu- lais Di-trict Council wpas held on Thurs- day, Mr. Dd. Lewis presiding pro. tern. Mr. Lewis Thomas (Cwmtwrcli) was elected chairman for the year. Mr. Ben Williams (Cwmtwrch), was elected to the vice-chair.
GOWERTOM. The monthly meeting of the Gowerton Parish Council was held on Wednesday evening, Mr. P. D. Atkins presiding. The retiring chairman, Mr. J. C. Davies, J.P., Tho Mount, was re-elected chairman for the ensuing year. The much-discussed Feed potatoes for the Gowerton Parish Council have ar- rived, and have been distributed.
LLANSAMLET. A reception concert was given to Pte. T." R. Owen (Welsh GuaTds) and Lance- Corpl. G. R. Daniel (Welsh Regt.) at the Pari&h Hull on Wednesday night. The Hev. J. Davies presided. Mrs. E. Lewis made the presentations, and the recipients suitably responded. The following contri- buted to a musical programme: Misses E. Dance. M. Davies, Linda Morgan; Messrs. W. E. Thomas, G. H. Ashton; quartette, Llansamlet Brass Band; accom- panist, W. W. Bodycombe. Speeches were fr.iven by Messrs. J. Yonng, J. Jenkins, W. N. Vernon.
ABERAVON. At the Walnut Tree Hotel, Aberavon. on Thursday night, Mr. Richard Morgan offered for sale on behalf of the represen- tatives of the late Mr. W. Richards, a number of freehold and leasehold dwell- ling houses at Neath and Aberavon. Two leasehold houses, 17 and 18, Eastland- road, Neith, were sold to Mr. Tom Mor- gan, Neath, for tl65 apiece. There was no bidding for Nos 1, 7 and 11, Michna- fitrcct, Aberavon. Nos. 58 and 60, Sand- fieldroad, Aberavon, were eold to Mr. "iV. O. Thomas, Sandfields, for E140 and £ 115 respectively; and No. 62 to Mr. W. Bedford for £135. Mr Moses Thomas was the solicitor for the vendors.
GLANAfVJRAAN. A performance of the school operetta Flora's Fancy Brzaar" was given at the Palace, Glanamman, on Wednesday even- ing by the Bethania Juvenile Choir, under the conductorship of Mr. Morgan Daniel. Mr. Morgan Lewis was stage manager, while Miss L. Lewis accompanied. The individual parts were taken by Annie James, Gwennie Rees, Wm. J. Davies, Annie Thomas, Emrys Pritchard, Tilly Jjewis, Teddy Jenkins, Tommy Bowen, Nancy James, Hubert Jones, Katie Roberts, W. D. Richards, Olwen Jenkins Idris Lloyd. An orchestra, under Mr. J. Pia Morgan, re adored material assistance. Dr. Grioe (Cwmaniman) presided.
SKEWEN. On Thursday evening, at the Skewen Lower School, a welcome was given to Pte. W. D. Rees, home on furlough. The Rev. D. Morris, Ll.D., vicar, presided. There was a cheery programme: Solos, Misses Amy and Gracie Widlake, Miss May Owen, Rev. J. C. Beynon, B.A., Mr. Harry Goulding; duet, Mrs. John and Miss Owen; violin solo, Master Ernest Hood; pianoforte solo, Master Cyril Wil- liams; recitations, Mrs. Bowen and Miss Bessie Price. The accompanists were Misses Evans Jones and Beatie Heine. A presentation on behalf of the Reception Committee was made by Sapper D. Wil- liams, the recipient suitably responding. There was an address also from the Rev. J. Evans Jones.
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PONTARDAWE. Mr. C. G. Gilbertson presided over a representative gathering at the Public Hall, Pontardawe, in connection with the reception of wounded soldiers for the Pontardawe and District Military Hos- pitals. Various committees were ap- pointed. Mr. J. Ernest Lewis, Pontar- dawe, was appointed secretary of the Amusement and Sports Committee. Mr. Wyudham Lewis announced that Mr. li y. Studt, who had done wonderful work for charities in the Borough of Swansea, had promised to give the takings on his motor cars on a day following the Pon- tardawe September i air towards the hospital funds. I A meeting of the Pontardawe and Dis- trict Local Central War Savings Commit- tee, was held at Clydach, Mr. John Mor- gan (Pontardawe) presiding. Messrs. J. Ernest Lowis and J. W. Thomas, B.A., joint secretaries, reported that the total amount of deposits in the area was £H,330 up to March 31st. It was decided to form eeperate local committees for Ystalyfera and Clydach. A communication was read from the National War Savings Associa- tion in London asking the committee to undertake a Food Control Campaign in the district. It was decided to ask the clergymen and ministers in the area to urge upon their congregations the neces- sity of loyally carrying out the Food Con- trol scheme- Schoolmasters are also to I,H asked to address the children on the matter. It was further reported that the Plumbers' Association at the Mond Nickel Works had deposited Y658 in War Savings, whilst two churches in Pontardawe had deposited fZI,577 and £1,673 respectively.
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