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BY RAMBLING TOMMY. The Rev. Dr. Edwards preached at Anc ball last Sunday for the Tabernacle Baptu J.. J) the he v, W. G. Davies having gone to Ha West for a month's rest. Next Sunday the A Williams, of Grangetown, will officiate. Vv 0 0 ? Very successful meetings were held last Frid W Cogan, and on Saturday in the Jubilee Hall, Pet for the purpose of electing representatives on i, ) — Liberal Two Hundred. The Rev. W- G. Willia/ drtjj W "'r jpresided at the former, a»a Sidney p.<,«jeior, KJeq. W >nie ?ou> co< J.P., at the latter. 1 /'go a„d 8ucc;ssful practice. 0 0 0 I fjr A gentleman who visited our churchyard this r o 0 eaiied the plaee a "barren wilderness." Aaother 10'nld," Mr P^-g £ .shforl^Iof JBist Lo termed it a slough of despond." <'next sc j of p. Asfcforfl, Penartl *.» ° duller ..till Africa. W "If those old 'shanties' on the Esplanade set J- pulled down and some good shelters erected." said Visitor to Penarth last Saturday, 11 there would be some sense in it, but now neither sense nor taste is no exhibited." (Hear, bear). g( ceo b > « The shelters on the Pier shelter too much," said a G gJBtleman an evening or two ago, after he had a in peep behind the scenes. A little more light would, for pecbaps be an improvement. fo n (i,.y tur. ooo akin to The Cogan Exhibition will take place nex; Wee7- Pen" Xiesday. The entries are coming in well, and there is 1' every prospect of its being a great success. It is an old saying that 41 nothing" succeed therefore the successful meetings of tbepa;t. at be in itself a guarantee of the tuccss c Wednesday's gathering.