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HIRWAIN. I A. J. PADDOCK winb.es to announce that he has now opened a braacn sliup in CrosB Street with a hue selection oi baths, Lavatories, tiashttings, ui'd ail j Sanitary Goods, and where iiii orders tor I repairs, etc., may be sent. LUMBAGO, Backache, cured BY Backache Bamshers. Successful iudney l'ill at last. in bottles, Is. from Reynolds, Chemist, Hirwain. I MOTOR CICIES, purchased by instal- ments, at cash pricea.-Parker Bros., MOTOR CiOliES, purchased by instal- ments, at cash prices.—Parker Bros., Aberdare. PULPIT. — The pulpit of Bethel C.M. Church was occupied on Supday last by Mr. David Evans, a student at j Aberystwyth College. Sermons to the I young people were preached at both ser- I vices. He made a reference to the death of Guardian David Evans, J.P., and said that Welsh Calvinistic Methodism had in his death lost one of its staunchest supporters. DEMISE. The death occurred on Saturday morning last of Mrs. Jane Powell at her residence, Glamorgan Cottage. Mrs. Powell was 75 years of age. She was held in high esteem in the village. Touching references to her death were made at Bethel C.M. Church on Sunday evening by Messrs. W. R. Williams and Daniel Davies. Mrs. Powell was one of the oldest members of this church, and one of its most faith- ful. LITERARY. The Welsh Literary Society held a meeting at Bethel Vestry on Friday last, Mr. Arthur Owen Per- kins presiding. Mr. Silyn Roberts, M.A., the advertised speaker, could not attend, but a good substitute was found in the Rev. M. P. Moses, who delivered a most interesting historical address on "Monmouthshire or Gwent." A hearty vote of thanks was accorded the speaker by the Rev. E. Cefni Jones and Mr. M. J. Rees. The Rev. J. Fisher Griffiths also spoke.' BAPTISM. — On Sunday last at St. Lleurwg's Parish Church Room Mr. Samuel Clement Gowen gave a most inspiring address to the members of the above Bible Class. Taking as his subject Baptism, the speaker dealt on the testimonies of the fathers, such as Gregory, Augustine, Chrysostom, and Basil, and also the different Councils at which the baptism of infants was discussed. A few questions were given and were ably answered by the speaker. Mr. M. D. Johnson proposed a hearty vote of thanks to Mr. Gowen. This was seconded by Mr. Rees Evans. A vote of thanks was given to the chairman on the proposition of Mr. Gwyn Davies, second- ed by Mr. S. Gowen. INQUEST. An inquiry touching the death of Richard Joseph, of 2 Rose Row, bo died on Wednesday, was held on Fri- day last by Mr. R. J. Rhys, coroner.— Alice Joseph, mother, identified the body. On the 3rd instant she got up from bed about 7.30 a.m. The child, who was nine weeks old, was then quite bright. At 8.0 a.m. the-baby went very pale and still. She sent for medical assistance, but before it could be got the child died.— Dr. Wyndham Parker stated that the de- ceased child was very weak and email from birth. It had also suffered from a wasting disease. The child hat! been well cared for and well fed.—The jury returned a verdict of "Death from natural causes." STOP COUGHING.—Reynolds, R.C. Cough Remedy will cure that Cough. Is. per bottle from Reynolds, Chemist, Hirwain. BENEFIT CONCERT. On Sunday evening last at the Victoria Hall a bene- fit concert was held in aid of the Aber- dare Auxiliary War Relief Fund. Mr. George James presided over a large attendance. The following rendered items: -Baritone solo, Mr. Theophilus Evans: recitation. Mr. James Reess duett, Messrs. Morgan and Henry Lewis; soprano solo. Madam Crissie Allen; recitation, Mr. Gwilym Richards; soprano solo, Miss Taylor: duett, Messrs. Theophilus Evans and Thomas Henry John; solo, Mr. William David Rich- ards; duett, Mrs. Weston and Miss Florrie Hillier; tenor solo, Mr. Thomas Henry John; quartette, Messrs. George Collier, Caradoc Davies, Gwilym Davies, and John Price; soprano solo, Miss Doris Coleman. Selections were rendered by the Hirwain Silver Band, conducted by Mr. David Edwards. A sum of .£.4 5s. was collected towards the fund. The concert was organised by Mr. Watkin Roberts.

CLYN NEATH.

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