Penygraig.|1907-08-31|The Rhondda Leader - Welsh Newspapers Online
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Of Interest to Tonypandy.

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The London and Provincial…

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Pentre Higher Elementary School.

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Musical Success.

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Penygraig. On Wednesday evening, the District Meeting of the South Wales Women's Temperance Association was held at Naza- reth (O.M.) Chapel. The chair was occu- pied by the Rev. Ll. S. Davies, Williams- town. The meeting was commenced through prayer by Miss Thomas, Clydach Vale School. A short address was given by the Chairman, followed by a pianoforte solo by Miss Jane Richards, and a reci- tation by Miss Harries. The address given by Mrs. Lloyd, Ferndale, was greatly appreciated. Mrs. A. Matthews, Penygraig, on behalf of the Association, presented Mrs. A. C. Pearce, Penygraig, with a gold brooch on her departure to Swansea. Mrs. Pearce has been a very active and faithful member for the last three years, and her loss will be keenly felt. Mrs. Pearce ably responded with a short address. The remainder of the pro- gramme was as follows:—Recitation, Miss Jane Richards; song, Madame Reynolds- Morgan recitation, Miss Lewis; ad- dresses, Mrs. M. H. Ellis, Trealaw, and the Rev. A. C. Pearce. Mr. J. J. Evans finished through prayer. The Rev. A. C. Pearce (W.) leaves this week for Swansea, and his place will be taken b the Rev. Emrys Jones (W.), Pontypridd.

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