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Aberdare. Our Belfast Ginger Ale is still in great demand. Prepared only by J. L. Bowen and Son, Aberdare. Look-Out for Emrys Evans's Xmas Bazaar, open Saturday, December 2nd, 1'905. T Appointment.—Mr. Morgan W. Jones has been appointed clerk in charge of Aberdare Station Bookstall (G.W.R.) for Messrs. Wyman and Sons, who have taken over the bookstall business on the G.W.R. system. Siloa.—On Sunday afternoon Mr Harris, a missionary from Spain, gave a very -in- teresting address on the work accom- plished out there. He stated that they had revival services in that country. Mr Harris, who is a native of Pontardulais, has apent nearly 20 years as missionary in Spain. Performance.—The Siloa Juvenile Choir will give a performance in character of the operetta "Cinderella and the Prince" at the Market Hall on Thursday, Nov. 23rd. The choir has performed several operettas in good style. We can assure the inhabitants of Aberdare that there is a treat in store for them, and we trust that the function will be well patron- ised. Ministerial.—Mr. John Tudor, B.A., of Hebron, Pembrokeshire, and of Bala- Bangor College, has accepted a. unani- mous invitation to become the pastor of Soar Welsh Congregational Church. Mr Tudor, who comes from a staunch Non- conformist family in Pembrokeshire, is a brother to the Rev. T. Tudor, Ebbw Vale, and we venture to say will prove to be a valuable addition to the preaching fra- ternity at Aberdare. Chrysanthemums. We wish to draw the attention of our eaders to the Chrys- anthemum Exhibition which will be held at the Aberdare Market Hall next Mon- day. The exhibits will be of a very super- ior quality, among the exhibitors being Mr. W. Treseder, of Crystal Palace cele- brity, and many others of high repute in the floral world. There is every pros- pect of a most successful show. The catering has been entrusted to Mr. F. W. Caunt, while Mr. Arkite Phillips's Or- chestral Band will discourse selections of music at intervals. R.A.O.R. (Prince of Wales Lodge, Castle Hotel).—Wednesday last was a red-letter day at the above lodge, the occasion being the installation of Bros. George V. Jones, the host, W. Palmer and George Holt to the 2nd degree-honours richly deserved. The officers of the Provincial Grand Lodge and the Certifying Coun- cil, together with the officers of the Mount Pleasant Lodge, Cwmaman, paid a regalia visit on the occasion. The ceremony was performed by Knight R. H. Thomas, the Grand Primo of the Province, aibly as- sisted by his deputy, Primo Frank D. Evans. After this the lodge was knocked into harmony, when Bros. David Powell, S. Miles, G. Key, Handel Thomas, and John Howells, in their usual style, con- tributed to the convivial part of the pro- ceedings. Bros. G. V. Jones, W. Palmer, and G. Hold each acknowledged the honour conferred upon them, their health being drunk with musical honours.—On Friday following a smoker was held at the Farmers' Arms in aid of the Widows and Orphans Fund, the same realising £11 lis. Amongst the donors were the Chairman, Bro. Aid. J. W. Evans, £ 1 Is.; Mr. J. Phillips, manager Rock Brewery, ,otl Is.; Mr. J. Jackson (Worth ington's), 10s. 6d.; Mr. J. Black, The Walk, Car- diff, 10s. 6d. Bro. R. H. Thomas, K.O.M., K.G.H., P.G.P., is now entitled to a life membership of the above fund. This he richly deserves, he having collected during the last five years largely towards the fund.

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