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HARVEST FESTIV AL.-The harvest thanksgiving services in connection with St. Fagan's Church were held on Sunday. The sacred edifice had been tastefully decorated with a plentiful supply of fruits and vegetables by the lady mem- bers of the church. The services opened with a. celebration of the Holy Commun- ion at 7 a.m., the service "being conducted in Welsh by the Rev. Richard Jones, Vicar. A celebration in English fol- lowed, the service being fully choral. The Vicar officiated, assisted by Rev. T. W. Long, B.A. Litany was read at 10 o'clock, and a Welsh sermon was preached by Rev. Richard Jones. At 11.15 the pulpit was occupied by Rev. H. R. Roberts, B.D., Rector of Llanengan, a former resident of Llwydcoed, and curate in the parish of St. Fagan's. A chil- dren's service was held in the afternoon, conducted by the Vicar. An address was delivered by Rev. H. R. Roberts. Two services were held in the evening,, when sermons were preached by the Vicar and Mr. Roberts. On Monday evening the Rev. Ivor Davies, Cadoxton-Barry, preached, and on Tuesday evening the Eev. T. C. Phillips, Vicar of Skewen. The services throughout were well attend- ed, and satisfactory collections in aid of the Restoration Fund were made. Mr. J. R Protheroe conducted the singing at the English services, and Mr. J. Davies at the Welsh services.