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" HOREB Ii MUTUAL IMPROVEMENT…

REHOBOTH C.M. LITERARY SOCIETY.

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REHOBOTH C.M. LITERARY SOCIETY. The inaugural meeting of the Literary and Debating Society formed in connection with this church was held on Wednesday evening, when a miscellaneous programme was contri- buted to by Mrs Eames, Miss Dilys Hughes, Miss Dorothy Roberts, and Miss G. M. Jones (Caradoc Villa), gramalphone selections being given by Mr Morris Dowell. The Rev. Ezra Jones (President of the Society) gave an address, speaking of the advantages to be derived by young people who became mem- bers of these societies. The chairman of the meeting was Mr H. R. Hughes, Bank House, and in the course of his remarks he stated the Society was formed for the purpose of creating a taste for good literature, to pro- mote study, and to teach voung members to express themselves intelligently. It was their duty to take advantage of every oppor- tunity which tended to the acquisition of knowledge, and the advantage to be gained from these societies was such that he could testify to the fact that many public men, holding good positions, had laid the founda- tion of their success through attending such societies as these. At the conclusion a hearty vote of thanks was accorded all who had taken part, on the preposition of Mr Wm. Davies (treasurer), seconded by Mr R. J. Williams (secretary). It has been arranged that during the C) session the following subjects, among others, will be dealt with Should the Government or the People decide what measures are the most essential?" Should the Government claim the right to interfere in disputes between master and man ?" "Have the South Walians or North Walians done the more to promote religion?" Should women have seats on public bodies?" Is Passive Resistance justi- fiable?" "Is the work of the present Govern- ment worthy of support?" Is Wales ripe for the disestablishment and disendowment of the Established Church?" A night with the Welsh Bards," etc., etc.

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