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CWMBACH. ORATORIO. The musical com- mittee of the Public Institute have de- cided to perform next season Handel's oratorio. The Messiah." Mr T. J. Morgan (Pencerdd Cynon) is conductor, and Mr D. T. Evans secretary. LANTERN LECTURE. A well-at- tended lantern lecture was given at Ebenezer Chapel on Monday evening on Land of Canaan." The lantern was manipulated by Mr Alfred E. James, whilst Mr David Walters made an ideal 1,tiii-er. Towns mentioned in the Old Testament were clearlv thrown upon the screen, and their history concisely given by the lecturer. The sacred solo. Star of Bethlehem," was illustrated on the screen, the musical rendering being given by Miss Maggie Davies, Cetnpennar. THE INTERMENT of the mortal re- mains of the late Mr Daniel Thomas, dJ, Bridge Road, took place at the Aber- dare Cemetery on Saturday last. De- ceased was a faithful member of Beth- ania Baptist Chapel, and was a Sunday School teacher. He was 69 years of age, and a most respected inhabitant. The following were the mourners: -1st coach, Mrs George Crocott, Mrs W. J. Jenkins, daughters; Mr Ben Doughton, son-in- law; Mr David Davies, nephew; Mastei Emlyn J. Crocott, grandson; 2nd coach. Messrs John Davies, James Par- doe, John Evans, David Evans, friends; 3rd coach, Messrs John Hughes, William Davies, John Williams, John Vaughan, Rev. Joseph James. Following the hearse were: Messrs George Crocott, William John Jenkins, and James Crocott, sons-in-law; John Davies, Aber- dare; John Davies, Tylorstown; John Davies, Dowlais; Richard Doughton, and David Davies, nephews. Wreaths were Sent by the family and Bethania Sunday School. The following acted as bearers: Messrs Daniel Owen. David John Owen, David John Williams, Daniel Davies, Charles Morgan James, David Thomas, members of Bethania Sunday School class, of which deceased was teacher.

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