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MOUNTAIN ASH. DON'T delay, but caU at JAY. "THE MARTYRS" to ill-fitting hats, please civil at Ted Mac's for a certain cure. PARISH CHURCH.—Holy Com- munion was celebrated at 8 on Sun- day morning in St. Margaret's Church. Matins and Holy Litany were sung at 11. Evensong was conducted by the Vicar. b EBENEZER P.M.—The anniver- sary services of the above church were held last Sunday, when sermons were preached by Rev. Shirley Wind- ram, Aberdare. On Monday evening the rev. gentleman gave a lecture on "The Romance of Primitive Meth- odism in London." Special hymns, as sung 100 years ago, were selected for the evening. FIGHTING FAMILY .—A visitor I to the Mount this week was Pte. Win. Ewmgton, East Yorks, of Aber- cynon. He is a brother of P.C. H. Ewington, late of the Mountain Ash Force. Ewington has been fighting for over two years, having seen ser- vice in the Dardanelles, France ami Egypt. He had one brother, Pte. Gordon Ewington, killed in France, and another, Pte. Fred Ewington, is doing his bit in Mesopotamia. WEDDING. The wedding ol Miss Dorothy May Watkins, the younger daughter of Mr. I. J. 'Wat- kins, G4 Duffrvn St., to Mr. James Williams, High St., took place at Pontypridd Registry on Friday morning. The bride wore a pretty nigger brown costume, with a black net hat. Miss Rose Watkins was the bridesmaid, and Mr. John Clay- ton the best man. Miss Florence Bennett and Miss Katie Williams also accompanied the bridal partv. CAE AND CVVM FUND.—Mr.'J. Ashford presided over the weektv concert of the above. Pte. B. Jones was presented with a wristlet watch by Mr. D. P. Jones, and Pte. H. Moore with a valet case by the chairman. Musical items were giyen by Messrs. W. Watkins, A. Watkins, Evan Evans, David Jones, Emrys Harris, David Holly, and D. Dunkland. Mr. A. Watkins pro- posed, and Mr. J. Reynolds second- ed a vote of thanks to the chairman and artistes. I GLAMORGAN PRESBYTERY.— The meetings of the East Division of the above were held at Duffryn c Chapel on Thursday, the Moderator being Rev. T. C. Jones, Penarth. The Preshvtery decided to send a message of congratulation to the Rev. Pengwern Jones, former min- ister of Duffryn Street, on complet- ing 30 years as missionary in India. Rev. E. Beynon conducted an in- quiry into the state of the Cause locally, which was iouiui to be most gratifying. Rev. N'i'. E. Roberts, B.A., Trinity, A her'dare, preached an inspiring m the evening.' he following s dispensed the refreshments; -'?'(, iiies J". Purges, AY. Williams, ijuiton, Yv. Bad- ham, C. Reyiui i. A. Frver, also Misses A. M. Pugn, F. McGregor, H. M. Williams and E. A. Clarke.