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-----Ferndale Doctors' question.

Pontypridd and Rhondda Valleys…

Death of the Curate of Ystrad-Rhondda.

Notice to Correspondents.

Children's Concerts at Clydach…

Presentation to the late Vicar…


Presentation to the late Vicar of Llwynypia. On Thursday evening, a social tea and in- teresting presentation meeting took place at the Parish Hall, Tonypandy, on the occasion of the departue of the late vicar, the Rev. J. D. James, M.A., to his new living at Cadox- ton-juxta, Neath. Th-re was a good attend- ance, and after tea (at which Mrs. Edwin Thomas, Mrs. Charles Ashman. Miss Ellen Thomas, add other ladies rendered material assistance), the Chairman (Mr. George Knill, of Cardili) spoke most highly of the rev. gentleman's energetic and untiring labours for the good of the parish during his vicarate. Eulogistic speeches Avere made by Messrs. 1 red Thomas and James Jones. Messrs. J. W. Jones and D. S. Thomas, two prominent Nonconformists, who attended as repre- sentatives of the Public Library Committee also spoke in eulogistic terms of the Rev. J. D. James' geniality and conscientiousness. 7 In making the presentation to the late vicar, Mrs. Edwin Thomas said: "Mr. James, I have very much pleasure on behalf of the parishioners of Llwynypia, in handing you this purse containing £50 in gold) as a slllall token of their love and esteem. May God prosper you." An illuminated Album, containing interior and exterior photographic views of the five churches of the parish, was handed to Mrs. James by Mrs. C. H. Charles, and Miss Ella Thomas, also made a presentation of a Bicycle Horse for Master Herbert James. The Rev. J. D. James responded in a thrill- ing and impressive manner, assuring "is friends that the kindness and loving assis ance he had received from them in Ins at Llwynypia would ever remain au?"n° most pleasant recollections, and mending them to God's keeping) aa would continue to work with his succ they had done with hiw.




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