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ORGANISATIONS
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22 August 1914   Supper   On Saturday evening, the members of the White Horse Inn (Pentwyn) Money Club sat down to a supper. It took the form of a cold collation. There were a good many present. The tables cleared, an excellent entertainment was given. The chair was occupied by Mr. John Edwards, Fochriw. After votes of thanks to the chairman, the host and hostess, the evening closed with the singing of the National Anthem.

2 December 1916   Money Club   On Saturday evening last, a very pleasant time was spent at the Rising Sun Inn, when a repast was provided for the members of the Money Club by Mr. and Mrs. Morgan. An excellent programme of music was contributed to by Messrs. Howell Thomas, J. Evans, W. Francis and others, who sang solos. Mr. J. Evans presided at the piano. Hearty votes of thanks to the host and hostess and artistes brought the meeting to a close. Mr. D. R. Jones presided.

“Merthyr Express” 22 November 1902
Funeral   The funeral of Thomas John Thomas took place at Pant Cemetery. Rev. J. Jones officiated, supported by the Rev. R. D Jenkins. Also present were members of the local Rechabite Lodge and the Carmel Choir.

Bee Hive Friendly Society

White Horse Inn - Smoking Concert   
30 July 1910  Smoking Concert   A very successful smoking concert was held at the White Horse Inn on Saturday night last, promoted by the members of the Bee Hive Friendly Society whose club room is at the above inn. A good number were present. An excellent programme of music, etc, was provided, which was contributed to by the following: solos – Messrs. Crad Shankland, William Morris, Tom Harris, and Harry Wilcox; comic songs – Mr. James Healy; duet – Mr. Shankland and Mr. Morris; bone rattling etc. – Mr. James Healy; solo – Mr. Jarman; mandoline solo – Mr. Harry Death; solo – Mr. Griffith Griffiths. This singing, etc, was of a very high standard throughout. The secretary was Mr. Evan Morgan Davies, Pentwyn, who, in the absence of Mr. W. Thomas, occupied the chair. Mr. Thomas Baldwin was the treasurer.


Nibs Slate Club.

15 November 1913  Smoker   A smoking concert was held at the Mount Pleasant Inn, Pentwyn on Saturday evening by the ‘Nibs Slate Club.’ Mr. Stephen Phillips, secretary, and Mr. John Williams, described the occasion as never-to-be forgotten.

Clothing Club     

30 September 1911  Clothing Club Supper    The annual Clothing Club Supper held by Mrs. Lewis Davies, tailor, Bedlinog, was held at the Mount Pleasant Inn, Fochriw, on Tuesday. After the meal, the members and friends enjoyed themselves with a concert. Mr. A. F. Evans, Fochriw, presided. The programme was as follows: gramophone solo – Mr. Wm. Morgan Davies, Fochriw; songs, Mr. Truran and Mr. Morgan Jones, painters, Merthyr; song, Mr. Morgan Jones; solo, Mr. Wm. Jones; gramophone solo; piano overture, Mr. Edward Protheroe; comic, Mr. Truran; song, Mr. Morgan Jones; solo, “The Farmer’s Boy,” Mr. Slimmons, Song, Wm. Jones; song, David Prosser; imitated soprano solo, “Marguerite,” Mr. Tom Jones; comic, Mr. Truran; gramophone solo, “Treorchy Fair.” Mr. Protheroe, Bedlinog, was the accompanist.

28 September 1912   Supper  At the Mount Pleasant Inn, Fochriw, the annual Clothing Club supper was given by Mrs. Lewis Davies (tailor), Bedlinog. Messrs. Roger Vaughan and George Davies were the caterers. The rest of the evening was spent in song, the accompanist being Mr. Geo. James, Fochriw. A few selections on the gramophone were given by Mr. John Redrick, Fochriw. Mr. John Williams sang ‘Mae hen Wlad fy Nhadau.’