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Flower Service at Andrews'…


Flower Service at Andrews' Hall. On Sunday dternoon last a special service was held in Andrew's Large 11 all, when the Christian Endea- vour Society and Sunday School united to assist the funds of the local branch of the Queen Victoria Nurse's Association. The platform was tastefully decorated with flowers and plants, the former of which have j been since distributed amongst the sick poor of our own town, the remaining being sent to the children's ward of the Cardiff Infirmary. After the singing of a couple of hymns, and prayer, Mr Guy, superinten- dent of the school, stated that It had been the annual custom to hold a flower service in connection with the Chris'ian Endeavour Society, the collection to be given to the purses' Institute, but this year it had been suggested that the school should assist in the effort, and he hoped a good sum would be realised. To him it was a pleasing sight to witness the good lady nurse going about from place to place alleviating the sufferings of the poor. At this service prizes for last year's attendance would be given to the scholars and also the prizes and certificates obtained at the recent Scripture Examination. They had not this year won either of the prizes given by the Union to the scholars, but he was proud to say that in the teachers' examination all had passed with distinction, and two, Miss Llewellyn and Mr (xoffirw had won prizes, viz., 5 and 6, open to all England- Out of the 30 scholars who entered for the examination 27 had obtained certificates. After the distribution of the prizes, &c.. the Rev 1. 0. Stalberg delivered a most interesting address to the young people, taking for his subject the words- C, r, i "The tongue is a little member." lie cautioned the children as to how they used their tongues, for if pro- perly used, it might be a very good tiling, or other- wise it might be a very bad thing. Madame Frances Mutes beautifully rendered the solo, "I know that my Redeemer livetb." af.er which the Rev W. G. Davies thanked her for her kindness, and also Ml Stalberg for his address. The Service was then closed with prayer. rj he collection amounted to i2.

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