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CLYN NEATH.

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CLYN NEATH. MOTOR CYCLES, purchased by instal- ments, at cash prices.âParker Bros., Aberdare. PULPIT. The Rev. D. Jones, of Ynysybwl, occupied the pulpit at Beth- ania C.M. Chapel on Sunday last, mornj im? and evening. ILLNESS. We regret to learn that Ir. T. Williams, headmaster of the Council School^ has been laid up with illness. We titht that he will soon re- cover. LECTURE. On Friday evening at the Council Schools a very interesting lecture was delivered by Mr. Henry Davies, Director of Mining Instruction. on "Germany, Ourselves and the War.n Mr. James Evans, M.E., presided. OBITUARY. We regret to announce the death of Mrs. Sarah Taylor, wife of Mr. R. H. Taylor, confectioner, Maesy- dyffryn, which occurred on Sunday evening last. Mrs. Taylor, who was only 31 years of age, was a native of Dowlais. She was highly respected in the neighbourhood. She leaves a husband and four little ones, to whom we extend our evmpathv. The interment takes place to-day (Thursday). SOCIAL. On Wednesday week a social was held under the auspice of Canel y Glvn Literary and Debating Society. Refreshments were provided on nicely-decorated tables by the young ladies. Songs were eiven bv Miss Joanna Jones (Llinos y Glyn), Miss Blodwen Stephens, Miss Rosina Jones. Mr. T. if,bil Cole, Mr. R. C. Davies. Mr. Ivor Morgan gave a recitation. Addresses were delivered by th- Rev. J. T. Evan*, pastor. Mr. Reea Harries. Ab^rclwyd, I and Mr. David Price. M.E. Mr. Tvo-r Joseph was the aocompanist.

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