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impromptu delivery of five-minutes speeches by the following laymen Messrs. W. Mayne, J. levies, W. Payne, and T. Gwilliam, who ac- guitted themselves very well. Addresses by the Revs. J. Seldon and A. J. Underwood followed, and had a good effect upon the audience, which was large. Hymns appropriate to the harvest Beason were sung by the choir. At the close a sale of the fruit, &c., took place. The collections and sale realised £ 3 5s. LECTURE.—On Tuesday week, the Bible Chris- tians of Blaenavon were favoured with a visit from the President of the Conference, the Rev. P. W. Bourne, of London, who gave his popular j, lecture on "Billy Bray. Mr. Bourne is the ? 'Well-known author of 44 The King's Son; or, a | Memoir of Billy Bray," a work which has I attained a circulation of 300,000 copies, and has f been the means of the conversion of many per- anna in almost every part of the world. Mr. j Bourne has ably filled many of the most impor- t 1ant offices in the Connexion has been president ttirice over, in the years 1867, 1875, and 1891 was secretary to the Missionary Society from 1859 to 1866; and since that time missionary treasurer, a post he still holds: was book steward for 19 years prior to 1888 and also Connexional editor since 1869. Mr. Bourne enjoys great popularity as a preacher, being in great demand for special occasions. His visit to Blaenavon created a wide-spread interest and his lecture was much appreciated. Mr. H. Parry, solicitor, ooenpied the chair.