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EAST GLAMORGAN CALVINISTIC METHODIST ASSOCIATION. MONTHLY MEETINGS AT BARRY. The monthly meetings of the representatives of the Calvinistic Methodist Churches of East Glamorgan were held on Tuesday last, at Penuel Welsh Calvinistic Methodist Chapel, East Barry. The business meeting in the afternoon was pre- sided over by the Rev. W. James, Aberdare. IMMORALITY AND SHEBEENING AT BARRY. On the motion of the Rev. Christmas Lewis, Barry, seconded by the Rev. J. Pugh, Cardiff, the following resolution was unanimously carried That this meeting deeply regrets the alarming prevalence of shebeening and immorality in the Barry district, and calls upon the Joint Police Committee of the County to render special assistance to the police of the district to suppress the same. Also that copies of this resolution be sent to the Joint Committee and the Chief- constable. THE WELSH LANGUAGE IN ELEMENTARY SCHOOLS. It was also resolved :— That this Conference rejoices at the prominent place given in the Education Code of 1893 to the teaching of the Welsh language in day schools, and respectfully urges upon School Board managers the desirability of giving due effect thereto by adopting the same as a class subject; and, further, that the practical sym- pathy of teachers be invited in the matter. MISCELLANEOUS BUSINESS. Sanction was given for the erection of an Eng- lish Chapel at Barry, and that Tonypandy Church be authorised to raise £ 2,000 towards the building fund of a chapel. Cilfynydd Church was permitted to erect a chapel house at a cost of £ 1500. Several candidates for the university were invited to pre- sent themselves for examination, and a large number of deacons were appointed. The next dis- trict meetings will be held at Cwmaman, Aberdare, on the 12th and 13th July. The call given to the Rev. H. T. Stephens, Birchgrove, by the members of Carmel, Aberdare, was approved. Progress was reported as to the defrayal of debt on different chapels. On Tuesday evening and Wednesday preaching services are held at Penuel Chapel. JfI :mRI

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