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--IBritish Women's Temperance…


British Women's Temperance Association. The monthly meeting of the above was held at Gohaith Chapel, Cwmdare, kind- ly lent, on Tuesday, June 17th. Mrs. (Dr.) K. J. Trevor Cory presided over the afternoon meeting; supported by Mrs. Walter Lloyd. The opening prayer was offered by Mrs. Owen Wil- liams, and Mrs. Cynog Williams read a portion of Scripture. Mrs. Walter Lloyd introduced the President to the Cwmdare friends, and spoke a few words which were much appreciated. The Secretary read the report of the May meeting and the two Jumble Sales that had been held at Aberdare (Green St.) and Trecynon Mission. This was con- firmed and signed by Mrs. Cory. Miss Stephens sang "Face to face with Christ, my Saviour." The speakers for the afternoon were Sister Lily (Cardiff Wesley an Mission) and Rev. T. Powell (Cwmdare). The Sister's remarks were based chiefly on her own personal ex- periences, and were most inspiring. She impressed the meeting very strongly. Rev. T. Powell then gave a very hearty welcome to the members of the B.W.T.A. and other friends. It gave him great pleasure to meet Mrs. Cory, and to know that all the family were in full sympathy with the work. He was pleased to see the daughter follow in the steps of her father. Women had every right to engage in this noble work, and should realize that when they were prompted to do it they were really receiving af divine message. He referred to the woman of Samaria, how she was commanded to go and preach the Gospel, and again the social work dope by Dorcas. He wished the branch every success in their work. Discussion followed. Mrs. Walter LJovd and Mrs. Shepherd spoke, and Mrs.. (Rev.) J. M. Jones thanked both speakers, and also the president, organist and soloist. Tea TIT was provided, the tables having been beautifully decorated. A very hearty vote of thanks was accorded to all who had helped at the tea, and to the minis- ter and trustees for lending their chyrch. A vote of sympathy was passed with Mrs. D. M. Richards and





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--IBritish Women's Temperance…