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TRECYNON. ACCIDENT TO DOCTOR. On Thursday last, about 2 a.m., Dr. Neilson, assistant to Dr. Banks, was cycling home having attended an urgent call at Cwm- dare. When half-way down the hill he dashed into a large stone which was in the middle of the road and was thrown on a heap of stones on the wayside. Fortunately he escaped serious injury. CARMEL C.M. The above church held their anniversary meetings on Sun- day and Monday last. The Revs. R. H. Watkins, Denorwic, Carnarvonshire, and J. R. Evans, B.A., B.D., the newly- appointed pastor of Bethlehem, Moun- tain Ash, officiated. Powerful sermons were preached, and the attendance was good. The precentor was Mr. Edward Jones, and the organist Mr. Isaac George Powell, A.L.C.M. NUPTIALS. On Thursday last a pretty wedding took place at Ebenezer (Cong.) Chapel, Swansea. The contract- ing parties were Mr. Daniel Evans, 48 Hirwain Road, and Miss Mary Ann Jones, Birchgrove, Glais. The ceremony was performed by the Rev. J. Grawys .Tones, Trecynon. The bride was at- tended by Miss Jones, Glais, and Miss Davies, Llanarthney, who acted as bridesmaids. The bride was given away by Mr. Thomas Davies. The wedding breakfast was partaken of at the Como Hotel. The honeymoon is being spent in Aberystwyth. WEDDING.—On Whit-Monday a very pretty wedding was solemnised at St. Fagan's Parish Church. The contract- ing parties were Mr. William Phillips, Siloa Cottage, High Street, Aberdare, and Miss T. Davies, 36 Bell Street, Trecynon. The ceremony was per- formed by the Vicar. The bride was accompanied by Miss Edith Smith, Bris- tol. The best man was Mr. Isaac Harris, and the bride was given away by Mr. William Davies, brother. The bride was attired in a pretty heliotrope velvet dress wth hat to match, and the brides- maid was dfessed in saxe-blue. The wedding breakfast was partaken of at 36 Bell Street. "UNITED BRITAIN." On Thurs- day night a repetition performance of j "United Britain" (J. Murdock) was given by Bethel Juvenile Choir at the Public Hall. The performance was given in full character. The conductor Public Hall. The performance was given in full character. The conductor was Mr. James Williams (Cynonydd). j Appended are the characters:—Brit- annia. Jennie Lloyd; Neptune, D. Lev- shon Williams; Punch, Trevor Jenkins; John Bull, J. Mansel Evans; Mrs. Bull, Lilv Hinton Morris; Sandy, Johnnie Davies; Annie Laurie, Esther A. Ed- wards; Wales, Beatrice Codd; Taffv. Johnnie Jenkins; Pat. Thomas John Thomas; Norah, Maggie Parsons; Policeman, Spencer Hinton. The char- 1 acters were very ably sustained. In the absence of Mr. T. W. Griffiths, solicitor, 1 the chair was occupied by the Rev. E. 0 T. Gruffydd, pastor. The stage mana- 1 afers were Mr. S. T. Barber, and Miss C B. Stubbins. Accompanists, Miss E. A. I Stubbing and Mr. W. H. Jones. The « hall was crowded. I

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