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LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. WELSH CONGREGATIONAL SERVICES AT TROEDYRHIW. âThese annual special services were held on .Saturday, Sunday, and Monday, in Sarou chapel. Servico on Saturday commenced at 7 p.m. The following were the preachers: The Rev. W. A. Griffiths, of Narb-rth, and Prifessor Jones, M.A., of Carmarthen. On Sun- day mornina, the Revs. J. Evans, Carmarthen, and W. i hotnas, Gwynfe on Sunday afternoon, the Rev. J. Tlionias, Bryn, and a gentlemau from Dowlais mi Sunday evening the Rev. H. Jones, Ffaldybrenin, ami R. Morgan, St. Clear's. The concluding service was held on Monday evening, when the preachers were the Revs. O. R. Owen, Landore, and J. H. Jones, Yst»ly- fera. On Sunday the choir of the chapel sang xn anthem with their usual ability, and it was much en- joyed. The title of the anthem is-" Pwy sydd ft 1 yr Arglwydd ?" Collections were made, and the services were well attended. THE AUSTRALASIA COAL COMPANY. â We have tuuch pleasure in announcing that Mr. T. P. Moody, la'e of Cyfarihfa, now in the employ of the Waratah Coal < ompany aR mining engineer, has been, at the recommendation of Mr. James Robyns, appointed mining manager and mining engineer of the Austra- lasia Coal Company. The Company may congratulate itself on securing the valuable services of a gentleman of Mr. Moody's qualifications and experience in coal mining matters. There can be no doubt that this step, on the part of the directors, coupled with the nvunl advantage of the site selected for the operations of the Company, will assist greatly in making the undertaking a great success.

MBirrrTYTl BOARD OF GUARDIANS

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