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The Mount's Morals.

FOR SHROVETIDE AND LENTEN

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Induction at Mountain Ash.

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Pearl Banquet.

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Up and Down the Valley.

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Up and Down the Valley. MOUNTAIN ASH. HALF-YEARLY SERVfCES. The Baptist community at the Rhos Chapel held a very successful series of meetings on Sunday aud Monday. The services were well attended throughout. Ex- cellent sermons were preached by the Revs. R. S. Morris, Cwmavon, and W. R. Watkins, M.A.. Llanelly. J;100 AIM. The members of the Duffryn Street Presbvterian Church, where the Rev. Edwin Burges has just take up his ministry, are doing their utmost to reduce the debt on the edifice. They have aimed at £ 100, and have come very near hitting the mark, and have great hopes of getting there shortly. Al- ready over £90 lias been secured. Ex- celsior THE VISIT OF THE WELSH CHAMPIONS. Great interest' was manifested by the sporting public at the Mount in the visit of the Welsh H ugby champions (Swansea) on Saturday. There was a good crowd at the ground, and they were well repaid. If this in- terest could be sustained the Old Firm would again come back to their own. COLLIERS' ESCAPADE. At the Aberystwyth Police Court on Friday Bertram Davies, 25, Henry Street, and William Edwards, Seymour Street, Mountain Ash, colliers, were charged with stealing two towels from the Cam- brian Railway carriages on Tuesday. The accused admitted taking the towels, but said they only wanted tô keep them to have another wash. They were bound over. A second charge of the alleged stealing of two bottles of whisky from the refreshment rooms was not pro- ceeded with. THE CYMRODORION of Mountain Ash and district celebrated Gwvl Dewi on Friday evening with a tea and con- vivial gathering at Mr Lane's Tea Rooms. Mr W. r. Williams, M.A., pre- sided over the meeting, and patriotic speeches and songs were given. There were present at the f unction: —Misses M innie Hughes, Gwen Hughes, R. Harris, E. :1. Evans, B.A., M. Evans, S. Edwards, M. J. Edwards, L. Davies, E. John, B.A., B. Davies, S. M. George, A. Davies, A. J. Edwards, S. Blodwen Edwards, B.A., M. Richards, E. Davies, Mesdames T. Richards, Pugh, Davies, Jenkins, Howells. Thomas, and Edwards. Revs. J. Phillips, J. O. Jen- kins, W. Davies, A. C. Pearce, R. S. Rogers, B.A., and T. J. Pritchard, Messrs Mathew George, O. T. Hopkins. T..7. Howells, D. Davies, T. J. Hughes, R. John, D. Williams, D. James, Cornelius Lewis, R. A. Edwards, Emlyu Jones, I). J. Griffiths, David Phillips, Jenkin Thomas, W. H. Atkins, and H. Lloyd. Bardic addresses were given by Mr D. James (Gwyrosydd), Mrs Ed- wards, Rav. R. S. Rogers, and Rev. J. O. Jenkins, whilst the musical part of the programme was supplied by Miss S. M. George, Miss S. Jones, and a recita- tion by Mr W. H. Atkins. It was a most pleasant event. I

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Pat turns tory.

A Statue of the Archdruid.

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