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Tnecynon.

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Tnecynon. ENGLISH WESLEYAN.—On Sunday special services were held at the Eng- lish Wesl-evan Chapel, when the Rev. W. Calvert, the newly-appointed circuit min- ister, preached appreciative sermons. On Monday afternoon tea was provided, the following ladies rendering valuable services:—Mrs. Cousins, Mrsk Thomas, Mrs. Pritchard, Mrs. Todd, Mrs. Kevill, Mrs. Davey, Miss Williams, Mrs. Gibbs, and Mrs. Jones. Mr Cousins brewed the tea. In the evening a concert was held, under the presidency of Mr J. P. Morris, Cwmdare. The following programme was gone through: Pianoforte solos, Master J. T. Williams. Solo, Miss H. Thomas. Solo, "Y deryn pur," Miss Katie Rees. Solo, Flee a.s a bird," Miss M. Phillips. Quartet, Miss Maggie Wil- liams, Messrs. John Arnold, W. Nor- wood, and Fred V. Pritchard. Solo, He knows." Mists Maud Stephens. An ap- propriate address by the Rev. W. Cal- vert. Solo, When the heart is young," Miss Lewis. Recitation, An old fa-ble," Mr. Frank Pritchard. Solo, Miss Kate Rees. The Rev. A. H. Smith, the other newly-appointed circuit minister, now gave, an address. He said he was much struck by the brotherly spirit mani- fested in the circuit. Someone had re- marked that an evangelical revival was needed in the pulpit. But every revival must commence in the pew and the home. Mr. Smith then addressed the boys and girls, and assured them that he was at their service. On the proposition of Mr J. R. Arnold, seconded by Mr. W. Rees, a. cordial vote of thanks was extended to the ladies who had worked with the tea and to the artistes. Miss C. Arnold and Miss Beddoe, Abernant, accompanied during the evening.

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Abercynon.

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Joseph Davi os'Prize Drawing.

Aberdare Education Committee.

ABERDARE EVENINC CLASSESI

Abercynon.