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MOTOR NOTES.

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I WITKOiiT COMMEHT. I

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IWELSH FREE CHURCHES.I

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WELSH FREE CHURCHES. SERIES OF LOCAL CONFERENCES TO If HilD. The Central W ales Federation of Free Churches annual meeting was held at Brecon yesterday, the Lev. T. A. Penry, Aberystwyth, the retiring presi- dent, in the chair. A resolution was passed in favour of the meetings of Friendly Societies being entirely re- moved from public-houses. The Rey. Stephen George, Llandrindod Wells, was elected president for 1914-15, and the following were elected :âVice- presidents, Kev. T. Gwyn Thomas, Brecon; Mr. James Williams, Hay; and Mr. W. J. Smith, Millbrook, Brecon. The West Wales Federation of Free Churches are arranging a series of local conferences on the churches and social question, the first of which was held at Whitland yesterday. The Revs. J. E. Rees and James Evans, B.A. (president and secretary;, opened the discussion on the condition of the agricultural labourer, rural housing, and the in- dustrial schoolboy on farms. A very interesting discussion followed, in which representatives of the farmers, labourers, and rural business people from St. Cl.-ars, Henllan, Lampeter Velfrey, Maenclochog and Llawhaden took part.

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MiNING EDUGATION. I

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