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Stanwell Road Baptist Sunday School* -="= On Sunday last Principal Get-hin Davies, D D., of Bangor College, preached thiee sermons in connection with the anniversary of Stanwell-road Baptist Sun- day School. The services throughout the day were well attended, the chapel at night being crowded. The sermons were eloquent and powerful. The sing- ing by the young people was very creditable, and re- flected credit upon their able conductor, Mr Jones Thomas. The collections, we understand, realised about X12. A public meeting was held on Monday evening, presided over by F. H. Jotbam, E.q., C.C. The ILJ. I. 0. Stalberg, pastor, gave an address-to teachers, and the Rev J. Gwilym Jones (Congregational;, spoke on II Character, its formation and power." The Secretary (Mr E. Brockington) presented his report which showed the number of scholars on the b)oks to be 131, an increase nf 21 for the year teache;s 16, an increase ot 4- Average attendance of scholars last year 72, this year S5; average attendance of teachers last year 11^ this year 14. The Band ot Hope consists ol 52 members; the International Bible Reading Association 84. For the Sunday bchool Union Scholars' Ex-uniaatiqu there weie 61 entries. Last year the shield of honour was wun by the school, but this year they stood second on the hsl: In addition to the certificates won by Use youiig people, cue prize had also been gained. 1 lie liorary con- sists'of <22° volumes, for which iheie are 50 borrowers. During the year one scholar was baptised and joined I the Church. The Superintendent (Mr W. J.unes Thomas) also reported upon tbe^ school worn. The meeting closed with the benediction. On Wednesday afternoon the annual iveat was given to the scholars. Having assembled at the Railway Station, train was taken for Lavernock, and the party proceeded on foot to Sully. liere tea was provided, and the afternoon and evening were spent in rambling about the btclclL, games, &c. During z_1 the afternoon Mr Benjamin, who ist a iHem her of Stanwell-road Church, acd who has just Leen created a magistrate for the borough of Cardiff, received a j very hearty welcome, and three cheers were given for- ''our new J.P." The''company returyed 1 ome.at 8.30

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