CEFN COED. I|1919-01-16|The Brecon County Times Neath Gazette and General Advertiser for the Counties of Brecon Carmarthen Radnor Monmouth Glamorgan Cardigan Montgomery Hereford - Welsh Newspapers Online
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THE GREAT MOSQUE AT MECCA.

PITTSBURG'S SOOTFALL.

QUAINT OLD WEDDING IDEAS.

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GLASBURY.

BEULAH.

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ST. THOMAS'S DAY. j

THE OIL BIRD,I

BEAUTIFUL THINGS.

PRAYING FOR A MODEL WIFE.

PARTHIAN SHOTi PARTHIAN SHOTi

-.rRANDOM READINGS.

METALLIC PROPERTIES OF ZINC…

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CEFN COED. I Lecture.—The Rev. J. Dyfnallt Owen, J Carmarthen, gave an interesting address I at Ebenezer on Monday on his experi- j enccs in France in connection with Y.M.C.A. work. Prese.,it-,ttiot,At Ebenezer Welsh Congregational Church on Sunday, Mr William Morgan, son of Mr Morgan Morgan. Holford street, Cefn Coed, was presented with a marble timepiece by the members of the church as a wedding gift and also as a mark of appreciation of his services as precentor. The presen- tation was made by Mr Win. Williams, deacon of the church, who in the course of his congratulatory remarks referred to the interesting fact that Mr Morgan's grandfather was one of the founders of the church. Memorial Service.—A memorial ser- vice for Mr Richard G. Price, son of Mrs T. Price, Vaynor villas, and headmaster of the Dowlais Central school, was held at Tabor Welsh Congre- gational Church on Sunday. The Rev. J. Seymour Rees, pastor, officiated and spoke his personal appreciation of the late Mr Price, whose characteristics, he said, were manliness, cheerfulness, and I godliness. Mr Alun Williams conducted the singing of appropriate hymns and Mrs Wm. Evans presided at the organ.

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