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Death of Wales' Oldest Preacher.


East Glamorgan Methodists


East Glamorgan Methodists The monthly meeting of the East Gla- morgan Methodist Association was held at Carmel Chapel, Blaenllechau, on Thursday, presided over by the Rev. D. Jones, Mardy. Resolutions of sympathy were passed with Messrs. W. Lloyd, Mountain Ash, and R ST Griffiths, Cly- dach Vale. It was reported that a new church had been formed at Aber. Per- mission was given to the members of the Gilfach Goch Church to give a call to the Rev. P. M. Lewis, Llantwit Major. The dispute at Bethlehem Chapel, Moun- tain Ash, was again considered. The re- commendation of the committee appointed to deal with the question was that Beth- lehem pay E500 to the seceding parties. It was decided that Bethlehem be asked to pay over £ 250. Tenders for the altera- tions to the Gilfach Goch Chapel were re- ceived, the estimated cost being £ 1,000. Attention was called to the subscription being raised for the erection of a memorial tablet to Ann Griffiths, the Welsh hymnologist. A spirited address was delivered by the Rev. T. E. Davies, Clydach Vale, on behalf of the foreign mission. The next meeting will be held at Hafod.

The Guardians Vacancy.

The Revival -

Walking Match at Pentre.


The Guardians.


Poole's Opera Houses.

Accident at Treherbert.

,--Gift to Porth Cottage Hospital.

Fatal Accident at Llwynypia.

Porth Cottage Hospital.

Pentre Murder Charge.j

" Had Never Known Him Work.'

Formation of a Church Lads'…


A Plea that Failed.