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Porth Church Lad's Brigade.

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Porth Church Lad's Brigade. The Cymmer and Porth Church Lads' Brigade were joined by the St. Matthew's Company (Pontypridd) in celebrating the thirteenth anniversary of the foundation of the Church Lads' Brigade. The St. Matthew's lads, in charge of Captain Moore, were met at the Porth Station by the Cymmer and Porth Company, under the command of Captain 0. E. Watkins. Both companies, headed by the latter company's bugle band, marched through Hannah Street and North Road to St. Paul's Church, where choral evensong was held, and a stirring address delivered by the Rev. J. Francis, B.A., who took for his text the brigade motto, "Fight the good fight." After the service a social tea was provided by the Cymmer and Porth Company in the St. Paul's Church Room.

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