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IMountain Ash Jottings.

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CWMBACH.

ABERDARE.

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HIRWAIN.

CLYN NEATH.t

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--Aberdare Police Court.j

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Eastern English Baptist Association. The annual meeting of the North Gla- morgan District of the above associa- tion was held at Mount Pisgah, Miskin, on Monday. Representatives of all the district save three churches attended. The Sunday School conference was held at 3 p.m. Councillor William Davies, the president, occupied the chair, sup- ported by the Rev. J. Lloyd Williams, Park, Merthyr, secretary. A paper was given by Mr. Thomas Narbett, Moun- tain Ash, on "Shadows and Sunshine of Sunday School Work." The reader treat- ed his subject from a practical and spiritual point of view, advocating greater faith and determined persever- ance in teaching. The work of a teacher was even of more value than preaching, as its opportunity with the young gave better results.—The discussion which followed drew forth eulogistic remarks and enlightening ideas from Mr. Geo. Moses, Mr. Phelps, Revs. Z. Davies, and D. Howellc,Councillor William Davies proposed and the Rev. E. C. Gamble seconded a hearty vote of thanks to the sisters who provided tea. Mr. Phelps responded.—The church conference was opened at 5.30 by the Rev. E. C. Camble, vice-president. The president, Mr. E. Thomas, Merthyr Vale, occupied the chair, supported by the Rev. J. Lloyd Williams, secretary; Rev. Mr. Thomas, Brecon, and Rev. T. Edmunds, Aberdare. The last-named two were heartily welcomed into the association, given the right hand of fellowship by the president. Among other business was the recommending of grants to seven of the weak churches in the association area. The following officers were appointed:—President, Rev. E. C. Camble, Aberaman; treasurer, Mr. Thomas Jones, Penrhiwceiber, re-elec- ted; secretary,, Rev. J. Lloyd Williams, Merthyr.—It was decided to ask Mies Ashford (Aberdare) to read a paper at the next Conference (Sunday School), to be held at Troedyrhiw in October.—In the evening the association sermon was preached to a large congregation by the Rev. Thomas Edmunds, B.A., Car- tnel, Aberdare.

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