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Treherbert. On Sunday, special services were held at the Bute Square English Methodist Chapel. Power- ful and impressive sermons were delivered by Mr G. N. Llewelyn, the blind preacher, (son of Councillor Llewelyn, Ogmore) Oxford. On Monday evening at the same place, there was a large congregation on the occasion of inducting the pastor, Mr J. D. Thomas. The chair was occupied by Alderman J. Jones Griffiths, Penygraig, and amongst those present were Revs O. Evans, Ynysybwl; M. George, Newbridge, Mon.; William Jones, Trefecca College T. Davies, Blaenrhondda T. E. Davies, Clydach Vale D. T. Morgans, (secretary of the South Wales English cause Llantrisant M. Davies, C.M., Treherbert William Lewis, Cwmpark G. W. Matthews, Gelli; J. Owens, Tonypandy, and several prominent laymen of the neighbourhood. Addresses were delivered by the gentlemen named, and also by Messrs William Thomas, Station-master, Treherbert; T. H. Havard, Oxford M. H. Jones, Aberystwith College; Owen Williams, Post- master, Pentre J. Varker, Treherbert; T. E. Davies, T. Jones and S. Oakey. The new pastor is 24 years of age and the son of Mr D. Thomas, Stone House, Llandovery. Ho has had a brilliant college career at Trefecca, and under his pastorate, the English Methodist cause at Treherbert will flourish. The present member- ship is about fifty. The members of the church are very persevering and energetic, for within the last twelve months over £ 300 has been cleared off the chapel debt. On Thursday evening at the Horeb Welsh Methodist Chapel there wasa large congregation, when a lecture was delivered by the pastor (Rev M. Davies) on "YrYsgol Sabbothol." The chair was occupied by Mr J. John, grocer. The pro- ceeds were in aid of a member of the Methodist Church. All Rhondda cricket enthusiasts rejoiced on learning that one of their fellow cricketers, in the person of Mr R. M. Rees, son of the Rev J. Rees, Vicarage, Treherbert, was selected to play for Glamorgan County against Wiltshire on Friday and Saturday at Cardiff. This was not Mr Rees's first appearance for his county, he having played two matches last season. Mr Rees is at present at Oxford. Bravo, Rhondda We regret to record the death of Mr Morgan Roberts, son of Mr Abraham Roberts, Treherbert. Deceased was a faithful and energetic member of the English Methodist Cause, and was well respected. The funeral took place oa Friday week at Treorchy Cemetery. A large number of friends assembled to pay their last tribute to the departed. The officiating ministers were the Revs D. M. Jones, J. D. Thomas, Treherbert; T. Davies, Treorchy W. Lewis, Cwmpark; M. H. Ellis, Trealaw M. Davies, Treherbert and William Jones, Ton. The Treherbert United Choir, under the conductorship of Mr M. O. Jones, Treherbert, attended and rendered several tunes and anthems with much pathos. Deep sympathy is expressed with the sorrowing parents. Miss Jane Haddock, of Treherbert, was on Monday last awarded a special prize given by Mrs W. H. Morgan, Pontypridd, at the Cadoxton- Barry Eisteddiod, for reciting, "Cathl y Gair Mwys." All Tor-ii'-is^f«.rs irh tM* fact ["'S-JS uctilis, oi LLio QrL&44dot cwro, t'jr splenuid Was

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