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- Treherbert.

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Treharris. At the Welsh Baptist Union meeting recently held at Neath, the Rev W. Jones, Brynhvfryd, read a paper on The relationship of the church to those engaged in the liquor traffic." A Swansea contemporary speaking of this paper described it as A most powerful a.nd exhaustive one." The annual treat and procession of our Sunday schools took place on Bank Holiday in bri!liant weather. Eight denominations participated which were arranged as follows —Bethania Calvinistic Methodist; Primitive Methodist Salvation Army Tabernacle Independent Forward Movement; Bethel English Baptist and the English and Welsh Wesleyans combined. They paraded the principal streets and returned, after which they separated for their various places of worship, where toa and cake were provided for all and were much enjoyed. The procession presented an imposing appearance, and was nearly half a mile long. There were four splendid banners, and the total number of children was 1620. The chief marshall was Mr Edmund Morris, Fell street, and right well did he perform his duty. After tea, by the hind permission of Mr David James, Twyn Garreg, the young people adjourned to a field where various games were indulged in.