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Ystrad. The Sunday School Anniversary at Tabernacle English Baptist Church was held on Sunday and Monday. The morning service was conducted by Mr Morgan Davies (Manager, Bodrhyngallt Colliery), who delivered an excellent address on Sunday School work in the Rhondda. Mr John James commenced the programme with prayer, and a selection of music was rendered by the choir under the able leadership of Mr Gwilym Jones, who, though only a young man of 23 summers, is an excellent musician, and has been the means of raising a large amount of money by concerts, cantatas, etc., for the above cause. The recitations were given in excellent style. Mr James Brooks ably presided at the organ. In the afternoon the Rev John Davies conducted the service, and Mr Charles Emerson offered prayer. The singing was a treat, the choir rendering some charming selections. In the evening service Mr David Brimble conducted, whilst Mr William Evans (son of the late Rev B. Evans, Hebron, Ton) offered prayer, after which a little child about three years of ago repeated the 23rd Psalm. The choir gave a neat render- ing of Take my hand and lead me, Father." The recitations and dialogues were well de- liverea. Master Arthur Phillips and Miss Lily Bateman enchanted their hearers with a duet entitled, Teachers and Scholars." On Monday the children were given their annual treat. The ladies who waited at the tables were Mrs John Davies, Miss Roberts, Mrs Middleton, Mrs Rd. Davies, Mrs Lewis Davies, Mrs Morgan Davies, Mrs Henry Williams, Mrs Price, and Mrs Pearce. In the evening an entertainment was held, the chair being taken by Mr Abraham Kindom, Ystrad. Mr John Davies and Mr Henry Gold- stien also delivered excellent addresses.

Treherbert.

The World of Pastime. ♦

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