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CRUMLIN.

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CRUMLIN. MUTUAL IMPROVIDENT SOCIETY.-The first of the series of lectures for the winter quarter, took, place on Thursday evening last; it was well attended hy both ladies ard gentlemen, as well as by the workmeu of the Viaduct Works. The subiect-" The mental and moral good effected by improvement societies," was veiy interest- ingly treated, and well received- The lecturer was the Rev. E. Rowlands, of Poctnewynydd near Polity pool. Mr. Kidd, manager of the Viaduct Works, (president of the society), occupied the chair. Messrs. Wilson, Cooke, and MayRard, officials of the Viaduct Works, gentlemen who put forth praiseworthy efforts to promote t'uetinterests of the society, were upon the platform. Votes of thanks were passed to the lecturer and the chairman and at the conclusion, the latter gentleman expressed his sincere desire to give all tlie encouragement in his power to the commendable objects of the society. The next lecture, to be delivered dn December, will be on I- The Press.

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