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TABERNACLE.—The Rev. J. Oil Nelson, was the officiating minister at this place, of Worship on Sunday last. PERSONAL.—Miss M. Walton, Harris- street, who ha,s for the past three years been employed as assistant teacher at I-lirwain Girls' School, has left for Chel- tenham College. WESLEYAN MEETINGS. — Meetings ill connection with the Wesleyans oi the South Wales Province were held at Hir- wain last week. On Sunday, September 15th, sermons were delivered as follows: Hirwain: Revs. W. J. Aster, Tirydail, and T. G. Hughes, B.A., St. David's, Rhigos, Rev. J. Lloyd Jones, Ebbw Vale. Aberdare, Rev. J. Fisher Griffiths, Llan- dyssul. Aberaman, Rev. H. P. Atkins, Carmarthen. Mountain Ash and Pen- rhiwceiber, Revs. J. Lloyd and Ll. A. Jones. On Monday, Tuesday, and Wed- nesday, the services were continued at the various chapels in Hirwain, Rhigos, ,A-b,erdai-e, anct Aberaman. On Tuesday evening a, conference was held, when touching references were made to the death of the late illustrious Wesleyan, Mr. Delta Davies, one of the pillars of the denomination in South Wales. At 9 a.m. on Thursday the Seiat Fawr" was held, the meeting teing- of a fervid character, the glow of the Revival being prevalent throughout. Preaching ser- vices were held throughout the day. All the meetings were well attended, and were most inspiring and impressive. TEA AND CONCERT. On Monday the annual tea and concert in connection with the New Christian Mission Hall took place under the, supervision of Messrs. J. R. Williams and W. R. Wil- liams, the founders of the mission. The tea was held in the spacious Vestry Hall of Bethel Chapel, where a large number sat. Mr. Thomas Davies, grocer, cater- ed: The following ladies presided at the tables: Misses May Young, Lizzie Wat- kins, Maggie Watkins, Mary Gwen Thomas, Hannah Watkins, Maggie Thomas, Agnes Price, Maggie A. Davies, Catherine Edwards, May Jenkins, they being ably assisted by Mesdames R. Price, J. R. Williams, M. Evans, Misses Katie Moseley and Jennie Davies. The cutters were Mesdames M. Bevan, <1. Wil- liams, T. Edwards, and Mr. William Walters, while Mrs. A. Davies attended to the brewing. Messrs. W. Adams, Lewi's Marsh, J. Lloyd, D. Edwards, Thomas Smale, W. Guiett, R. Price, D. Jones, Timothy Davies, and David Timothy Williams also gave assistance. In the evening a miscellaneous concert was held at Bethel Chapel, Mr. Daniel Davies, under-manager, presiding. The programme opened with a solo, entitled, "Soldier's Song1/' by Mr. J. Rees Jones, followed by a selection on the mouth organ by Mr. J. Ho wells; duet, "Love and War," by Messrs. J. A. Jenkins and J. R. Jones; selections on the mandoline by Masters Sydney Jenkins and Edgar Jenkins; solo by Mr. J. A. Jenkins. Mr. Tom Beynon, a well-known local favour- ite, sang the H Bugler" in excellent stvlp. A qllarteltte by Mr. Ben Thomas (Tenorydd Cynon) and friends. Mouth organ selection by Mr. J. Howells; solo by Mr. J. A. Jenkins. Miss Margaret Gwen Williams sang "Eternal Love" in an effective manner. Miss Williams pos- sesses a rich contralto voice, and augurs well for a. bright musical career. Solo by Mr. Jenkin George. Mr. Tom Rich- ards made an excellent accompanist. A good sum was realised towards the young cause at the New Mission Hall.




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A Troublesome Woman.

Aberdare Parents Censured.

Aberdare Schools.

Death of Llew Dar.

Nixon's Collieries. -\