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EPi¿lLL,Y QLARTEIi SESSIONS.

A WELSH AMERICAN PAPER ON…

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YSTRAD MEURIG.

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YSTRAD MEURIG. FRIENDLY SOCIETY.— ANNUAL MEETING.-On Monday, the 2nd inst.. a meeting was held at the Ystrad Aleurig schoolroom. At eleven oclock, a service was held, and the Rev J. J ones, vicar, preached an excellent sermon for the ocaasion on 2 limotheus 1st chapter and part of 12th verse. At one o'clock all the members sat down to a dinner provided in the schoolroom by Kr Tregoning, and presided over by the Rev J. Jones. After dinner, the rev gentleman alluded to the report and valuation of an actuary on this society, stating that it will undoubtedly be a very safe plan for the members of the society to act in accordance with the report. Mr T. Jones, trea- surer, made some remarks on the same subject. Mi- Daniel Morgans proposed a vote of thanks to the Rev J. Jones for presiding, and for all his kindness towards the society in every way, especially so for his handsome gift again this year. This was se- conded, and carried unanimously. The chairman responded, and stated that nothing gave him more pleasure than to assist the society in every way in his power. Mr Tregoning, the secretary, announced that the past year had been a very heavy one on the sick and burial funds, and only once since the society has been in existence has there been so much money paid out in one year. At the same time he was very glad to say that there was a good balance rem lining in hand to be banked this year. At half-past two a meeting was held in order to appoint officials for the ensuing year. The Rev J. Jones presided, when the rev gentleman was re-elected chairman, Mr T. Jones treasurer, and Mr S. Tregoning secretary. Mr De Courcy and Mr Ball were appointed auditors, and Mr J. Jenkins and Mr J. Jones stewards. De Courey and Mr Ball were appointed auditors, and Mr J. Jenkins and Mr J. Jones stewards.

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