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BURRY PORT AND DISTRICT. [By OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT ] ZION CHAPEL. On Sunday last Mr. David Griffiths, a young student from Watcyn Wyn's Gwynfryn Academy, occupied the pulpit of Zion Chapel, and preached a thrilling and effective sermon. He is coming rapidly to the front as a preacher, and is one of Zion's children, so that this church naturally takes a great deal .1 interest in him. HORTICULTURAL SHOW AND EISTEDDFOD. The secretary of the Horticultural Society, Mr. W. S. Withey, Graig View, Burry Port, has asked us to call the attention of our readers to the fact that programmes and schedules of the above are now ready, and can be obtained from him In addition to the champion prize, t-hereoare prizes of .£1 la. Od. each for soprano, tenor, baritone (2), contralto, and pianoforte (2) solos, and also the same for the best oil painting, water colour, crayon, or black and white, as well as prizes for recitations. The adjudicator of music is Mr. D. T. Williams, A.R.C.O., Swan- sea recitations, Rev. Ghynfab Williams, Pembrey chairman, L. P. Coward, Esq., Swansea conductor, A. A. Lewis, Esq., Burry Port. ENGLISH CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH. The quarterly meeting of this Sunday School was held on Sunday last. the super- intendent, Mr. H. Hawkins, presiding. Afternoon Programme. Duet, Little Mary," Misses Selina Oram and Maggie Williams: portions of Scripture recited by the various classes; Mr. Arthur Gower, A.C., then read a paper on the singing in Sunday Schools, which proved quite a treat; march. "Come forth, come forth," by Mr. P. Jones and party; Mr. P. Eynon read a short paper on the Acts of the Apostles; march, "0 worship the King," Mr. Arthur Gower and party; recitation, Miss Marion Dring. After singing a closing hymn, Mr. David Daviea (senior deacon) closed by prayer. It is to be hoped that some of the suggestions thrown out by Mr. Gower in his paper will be carried out. It would be a Sood thing also if the church choir sought- [r. Gower's advice now and again, as it is well known in musical circles that he is one of the ablest musicians in the district. Evening Meeting. After the opening hymn Mr. H. Hawkins prayed,, and then the following programme was gone through:—Solo, "Flee as a bird," Hiss Selina Oram; portions of Scripture were then recited by the various classes trio, "The Child's Love," Misses Gertie Murphy and Minnie Williams and Mrs. Helen Thomas; address by Mr. John Wilkins; recitation, "Life's Meaning." Miss Bessie Streeter; quartette, God is a spirit," Misses Mexom and Rowe, and Messrs. A. Gower and Tom Rowe; addres? on Sunday Sefrpol work by Mr. H. Hawkins j *'<0 Ijovely Peace." )(j&AAtf Lizzie Mexom and Nellie Rowe. The organist was Mr. Philip Eynon, Mr. D. Davies closed by prayer. The superintendent (Mr. Hajjrkina), Mr. E. Martin (secretary)), atid Mr. Arthur Gower (conductor) deserve tK e gr^tesfc praise for their efforts in providing such excellent programmes, and it is our earnest wish that they will continue on, the same lines, so as to improve the status of the Sunday School in the above place.

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