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Perjrhiwceiber. The Rev Tkomas Williams, of Abertillery, has accepted the invitation to become pastor of the Calvinistic Methodist Forward Movement church meeting at Penuel, and commenced duties on Sunday. We have been informed that Mr Williams was very succsssful in his formei sphere of labour, and trust he may be so in his new circle. He will find good and devoted lieu- tenants in Mr E. T. Williams, postmaster; Mr D. Lewis, draper, and others who have been very encrgetfe in their efforts to make the move- ment a success. ELECTRIC TEA. is always great in strength and full of flavour-Is 8d, 2s. and 2s 4d. 2S73 The Rev W. R. Jones,, the devoted pastor of Jerusalem Baptist Church, has just returned from his holidays, looking much better for the change. Mr Jones is a most studious young man and devotes much of his time in his study, which every minister should if lie desired to excel. The committee of the Public Library kindly and generously have authorised their caretaker, Mr D. Pope, to send parcels of newspapers and magazines to Pontypridd Union Workhouse for the "perusal of the'inmates. Their kindness is highly appreciated by the officials and the in- mates. The Co-operative Society had intended taking a trip to Barry on Monday, but failed to char- ter a tram. We understand the- have not given up the idea, but will make arrangements in a month hence. The society is in a flourishing condition under the mangement of Mr W. Lewis, and the secretaryship of Mr W. N. Mathews. Mr Lewis is a born business man, and is held in high esteem by the public at large. We are glad to note that the Rev D. Howells, after a. prolonged illness, has returned to his flock after some months' absence. He has con- siderably recuperated. We wish him many years of usefulness. On Saturday night. Mrs John Owen, Glanlay Villas, accidentally fell at the rear of her resid- ence whilst busily engaged with her domestic duties. Her fall was so serious in its effects that she succumbed to her injuries early on Sunday morning. She leaves a widower and six children to bewail their loss. Her funeral took place on Wednesday, at Mountain Ash Cemetery, the Rev. R. Thomas officiating. Another serious accident occurred on Satur- day night. Mrs. Edward Thomas, of Glyn ,a whilst returning home from shopping, came in contact with a heap of mortar which had been left on the side of the main street, for some weeks. It being dark she did not see the ob- struction, and knocked herself against it so heavily that she fell backward in a faint, and was obliged to be carried to a house near at. hand, where she lay unconscious for a long time. Later on she was carried home, when she regained consciousness. We regret to say the lady is still in great pain. We cannot too severely 'condemn the practice which has been too prevalent in our district of leaving obstruc- tions of this kind to the great danger of pedes- trians and vehicles. This lump of mortar has been known to be on this spot for the last fort- night or three weeks. Where are our District Council authorities? We must say that they are very lax indeed in enforcing their bye-laws. We hope that they will in future see that the streets are kept clear of all such nuisances and annoyances to the public. We hope that Mrs Thomas will soon recovert as she is one of the most respected women in Penrhiwceiber. Ought not the police to interfere in these matters? Mr Hugh C. Roberts, a very faithful and use- ful member of Carmel Congregational Church, has been unanimously invited to commence preaching. He and Mr J. E. Thomas, son of Rev R. Thomas, will occupy Carmel pulpit next Sunday.

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