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G hit-Chat. BY RAMBLING TOMMY. The Rev. W. G. Williams, independent minister, Penarth, has in his possession an oil painting, in splen- did condition, of the late eloquent preacher, Rev John Elias o Fou. Are there any other paintings (f this renowned and popular divine to be had anywhere? If there is, it would be worth while the Calvinistic Methodist body, who hold the object of this painting in high veneration, to make an effort to secure one of them,fin order to place it in one of their public institu- tions for the gratification of future generations. 000 The Methodist (Cogan) School Anniversary last Sunday wa& a great success, the singing being espec- M' C3 ially worthy of note. Perhaps the piece which touched the members of the congregation most was the hymn w Children of Jerusalem." The full choir would sing Hark, hark, hark," and then a party of dear little lambs" would sing the line "White infant voices aing," with themselves. « O Q The sermon on Sunday evening WPS listened to very attentively, but many felt inclined to demand an encore after the singing of the hymn referred to, .and many there were in whose eyes the tears were seen standing. This good old hymn has alwaysbeen a favourite, and the singing of it by older folk now ,carries tham back'to their childhood day! and is more Soul-stirring than any sermon. Mr Proud is to be congratulated upon the success of the singing, and Messrs. Richards and Riley, with their fellow workers, deserve all praise for the admirable manner in which the general arrangements were carried ont. There was no fuss, no unnecessary display of "self" on the part of the officers. A peaceful calm surrounded all j the proceedings. a The Rev F. E. Williams, rector of Llandough, was present at the induction of the Rev H. A. Coe as vicar of the new parish of St. Dyfrig's. Car- diff, on Wednesday afternoon. The induction cere- mony was performed by the Bishop of Llandaff- ooo Pieaehers were very conspicuous on board the "Lorna Doone last Saturday to IIfracombe. No fewer than nine were there. Five of these were together., amongst them being Rev J. M. Saunders, j Rev H. Harding, Rev W. Ross (who has conducted the week's misoion at the Presbyterian Church), Rev Seth Joshua, and Rev John Pugh. 0 0 0 I cannot say whether their presence benefitted those on board or not, but at all events the passengers were most orderly and quiet. 0 o o By the way, I think Penartb people are well patronising the various passenger excursion boats this season- a a t On board the pleasure boat to Bristol last Saturday afternoon was a Penarth man whose effects have since been placed under the hammer. He himself has also been much wanted. 0 0 0 The Cocan-Scbool Board looked a happy lot last Saturday afternoon as they were being hauled through the country in a carriage and pair, but moie especially when they surrounded the board." at the Ship Hotel, Barry. Their chairman, Mr W. L. Morris, is a man who does not do things by halves. What he takes in hand is thoroughly done, aud we do not wonder that hearty" thanks were accorded him for his great kindness on this occasion. It was a mistake that kt Rambling Tommy was not invited, for then a more descriptive account of the proceed. ings might have appeared but Mr Morris is a modest man, and does not like bis right hand to know what his left hand doetb.
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