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AMALGAMATED SOCIETY OF RAILWAY SERVANTS, PENARTH BRANCH. To the Editor of the Penarth, Chronicle. Sir,—I am requested by the railway men of Penarth, through the columns of your paper, to express their sincerest thanks to the public of Penarth who in any way, contributed to tkeir Orphan Fund on Sunday last; also, they would especially thank the officers1 "llim J and members of the Cogan Military Band, wo on this and previous occasions have rendered signal ser- vice to the Railway Men's Orphan Fund in coming to their assistance whenever called upon free of charge, also they would like to especially thank the young lady soloist, Miss Emma Webb, who gave her ser- vices at the chapel, and who have kindly assisted US on a previous occasion; also the trustees of the YVesIeyan Chapel, Arcot-street, who kindly gave us the use of their place of worship; also the leader,Mr Jones, and his choir, and the organist, Mr Baft Hallett, all of whom did their best to make the ser- vice success. The minister, the Rev. W. FaW- throp, pastor of Loudoun-square Wesleyan Chapelj Cardiff, we would also specially thank for the ready and courteous manner he came to our assistance, he having to go to some inconvenience in coming from Cardiff, and also in having to find another minister to fill his place. May lilUeieSS attend oar noble orphafc fund. I remain, On behalf of Penarth Railway Men, JOSEPH WILLIAMS, Branch Secretary. 31, Dock-street, Cogan Pill, August 13th, 1895,

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