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SCHOOL TEACHERS IN 'CONFERENCE.

OPENING LPOF THE NEW CEMETERY…

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OPENING LPOF THE NEW CEMETERY CHAPEL. On Sunday afternoon last the nowly-erected cemetery chapel at Merthyrdovan Cemetery was formally opened by the members of the Ministers' Fraternal Association. The fine weather had tempted' many persons to be present, and at the time fixed for the opening the pretty little Gothic edifice was filled, seats having to be "placed in the aisle. Those present included Captain Adams, Mr. Adams, Mr. Copp, Nlr. J. Jones, Mr. H. L Jones, Mr. Burgess, Mr. Gilead Brock. Mr. Rees Phillips (mem- bers of the Burial Board), Mr. Small (builder of the chapel), Mr. G. F. Willett (assistant clerk Burial Board) and Mrs. Willett, Rev. Llechidon Williams. Mr. Burbidge (late clerk of the works), Mr. J. R. Llewellyn, Rev. Morris Isaac, Misses Howe, Mr. Benjamin Lewis, Mr. Lewis and Miss Lewis, Mr. Morgan Davies, Mr. John. Mr. Adams, jun.. Mr. and Mrs. McGill, Mr. Benjamin Summers, MI". Jones (Holton-road), Mr. Joshua Barstow, Mr. Edward Hughes, Mr. Sam Jones, Miss Lewis, Miss S. Thomas. Mrs. Williams, &c. The proceedings were commerced bv the singing of hymn 57, Moody's Songs and Solos," Guide me, 0 Thou Great Jehovah," Rev. J. Honey leading the singing. The Rev. Canon Allen, who con- ducted, then requested Mr. Honey to offer prayer, which he did in very appropriate lan- guage. The Rev. H. Graham Payn then read the 23rd chapter of the book of Genesis, hymn No. 321, Thy God, my Father," following. The Rev. J. Matthews then read a Psalm, and the Rev. Canon Allen delivered a brief address upon the purpose for which they had assembled. At the conclusion of the address, hymn 745, "Days and Moments," was rendered, and the Rev. J. Tibbott offered an earnest prayer in Welsh. The Welsh hymn"Bydd myrdd o Ryfeddodau," was splendidly sung, and a collection was taken on behalf of the sufferers by the recent colliery disaster. The Chairman having pronounced the benediction, the proceedings terminated.

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