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IMAESTEG LOCAL BOARD.

INQUIRY AT GLYN-NEATH.

VALE OF GLAMORGAN .ITEMS.

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LOCAL VOLUNTEER INTELLIGENCE.

TYNEWYDD NOTES. I-

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TYNEWYDD NOTES. The anniversary services of Hermon Welsh Calvinistic Methodist Church were held on Sunday and Monday week, when powerful sermons were delivered to large congregations by the Rev D. Jones, Frederick St., Cardiff, and W. Meidrym Jones, Llanelly. The Church is making a strenuous effort this year again to clear off a substantial portion of its debt. It was announced in the meetings that the debt hal been reduced during the past 8 years from £1,350 to JE800. The friends at Hermon are anxious to pay off 1200 again this year. The Rev C. Williams, the pastor, made it known OH Monday that he had received two donations of S20 each from North Wales, one from Mr Kdwv Davies, Llandinam, a worthy son of ari honoured father, and the other from a gentleman who has enjoined secrecy as to his name. BETHLEHEM WELSH BAPTIST CHURCH.âThe Rev J. Humphreys, of Llandulas, has accepted the invitation of this church to become its pastor. The rev gentleman comes from a good ministerial stock, his brothers being the Rev Mr Humphreys, Felinfoel, aud the Rev Mr Humphreys, Calvana, Llanelly. He will com- mence duties on the loth July next. We wish him every success in the important sphere to which he has been called to work. CONCERT.âA very successful juvenile con- cert was given in the Wesleyan Schoolroom on Wednesday evening by the Infants' Depart- ment of the Tynewydd Board School. The children numbered over 150, and as they had been dressed by fond mothers for the occasion, the platform presented a most pleasing and interesting spectacle. The singing was con- ducted by Miss E. P. Jones, assistant mistress, the babies' class was under the charge of Misses M. A. Davies, and Annie Stenner. Miss E. Osborne presided at the piano, and the whole of the proceedings were carried out under the supervision of Miss Meredith, the bead-mistress upon whom, and her staff, the recitations, sing- ing and the drills of the scholars reflected the highest credit. Mr J. Bennett, one of the mem- bers of the Llangeinor School Board proved a splendid chairman. The proceeds are to be devoted towards, obtaining a pianoforte for the use of the school.

SEIZURE OF DISEASED CARCASES.

REVOLVER CARRYING IN THE GARW.

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