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ABERCYNON. FORWARD MOVEMENT. — On Thursday evening last a paper was read at the Forward Movement Hall under the auspices of the Young People's So- ciety by Miss Gertie Price on Franees Ridley Havergal." The chair was taken bv Mr W. John. PERSONAL. Mr David Jones, re- siding at 2, Nash Street, was seriously injured at the local colliery early on Tuesday morning. He was working on the evening shift, and sustained severe injuries to the spine. He was removed on Tuesday evening to the Cardiff In- firmary. LECTURE. On Saturday night a very interesting lantern lecture was given at the Forward Movement Hall on What Nelson Did." The chair was occupied by Mr J. P. Davies, and the lecturer was Mr W. John. Mr W. J. Price and Mr Bert Jones manipulated the lantern. ORCHESTRAL DANCE. — A grand dance was held at the Abercynon Work- men's Hall on Wednesday night in con- nection with the Abercynon Orchestral Society. The 1LC.'s were Messrs W. G. Powell, Sam Hughes, and W. Lloyd. The orchestra rendered several selection under the able baton of Mr D. T. Theo- philus. TABERNACLE Y.P.S. — A tea and concert were held on Wednesday evening at Tabernacle. Trayholders: Mis Wil- liams, Argyle Street; Miss Emily Davies, Miss M. Davies, Miss Lizzie W illiams. Miss Afrena Ebenezer, Miss H. Humphreys, Miss Nellie Jones, and Miss Jennie Howells. The cutters were: Mrs E. Francis, Mrs T. Morgans, and M r *I)a vid Jones. The tea. makers were: I Mr John Jones, South Street, and Mr Tom Prosser. and other assistance was given by Messrs John Jones. Teifv, House; Evan Rees Edwards. Hugh Ro- berts, W. Owen Evans, R. Roberts, Mr Bennett. Miss Hannah Evans, Miss B. Mainwaring, Mrs (Rev.) W. Jones, Mrs D. J. Price, and- Mrs W. T. Humphreys. After the tea a concert was held under the presidency of the Rev. W. Jones (pastor). Mr Henry Jones was the con- ductor, and Mr W. T. Humphreys pre- sided at the organ. The Rev. W Jolies (Myrddin Hael) opened the concert with an eloquent address on Saint Davi'd." The Male Voice Party of the church, led by Mr E. R. Edwards, then gave a fine rendering of Mi welaf mown adgof," followed by a solo by Miss Jennie Howells, and a recitation, Y Stori Gyffredin," by Miss Winnie Jones. Mr E. Francis (Cynonlanc) rendered a solo, Llewelyn," and Mr S. Haydn Jones (Ab Rheidiol) recited Y Cynghor." The Male Voice Party (Meibion Gwyllt Gwalia.) gave a render- ing of Y Gwenith Gwyn." The Rev. Richard Williams, Aberdare, the prin- cipal speaker of, the evening, was crowned by the bards in commemoration of the old Saint. The ceremony was performed by the Rev. W. Jones, who held the sword over "Dewi Sant" (Rev. R. Williams) amidst loud answers of patriotic scenes and loud answers of Oes" to Myrddin Hael's A oes heddweh ?" The bards were Messrs Daniel Fenwick, Llwyncelyn; D. Humphreys, E. Gladstone Humphreys, E. R. Edwards, W. E. Thomas, Henry Jones, and the two rev. gentlemen. Mr Henry Jones (Gomer) gave a rendering of "penillion" on appropriate topics. The Rev. Richard Williams then gave an excellent address on "Dewi Sant," tracing the history of the Welsh from the early periods to modern times. The ladies' choir (Merched Glan Morganwg), ably led by Mrs W. T. Humphreys, ren- dered Ar hyd y nos," Miss Elsie Davies providing the accompaniments. Mr J. E. Jones (Ap Dewi) gave a solo, and Mr E. Francis a recitation. Mr Dan Williams (Eos Dyfrig) also gave a solo. The ladies' choir then rendered Ym- daith Gwyr Harlech," and concluded the concert with Hen Wlad fy Nhad- au." The Rev. W. Jones moved a vote of thanks to the Rev. Richard Williams

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