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Cilfynydd.

Porty.

Ynyshir.

Peqrhiwceiber.

"SORROWS OF SATAN."

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Pontypridd.

Pontypridd.

Treforest.

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Tonypandy.

Trealaw.

- Abercyqorj.

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Abercyqorj. At a special drill inspection of the Boys' Brigade held recently by Captain G. Pelly, of the first Cardiff Company, the following Boys were chosen for promotion: Sergeant, Mr Edward Richards; Corporals, Messrs Sidney Blake and Howell Williams Lance-Corporals, Messrs Eddie Gibbon, Eddie Johnson and Rees Powell. There was a large attendance, and the greatest interest prevailed throughout the meet- ing. The Boys, in their smart uniforms and neat appearance, elicited the admonitions of all; their drilling was excellent. This Com- pany is the first in the district, and was only recently formed. The manner in which the Boys acquitted themselves reflects much credit on their captain (Mr W. Tame), and lieutenants, E. Carslake and T. Joy. At the English Wesleyan Sunday School, on Sunday and Monday the anniversary services were held. On Sunday morning Mr W. H. Leaver, the missioner, preached from Psalm 90, the 16th and 17th verses and he also presided over the evening service, when recitations and dialogues were ably rendered to a large con- gregation by friends from Aberdare, Gelligaled, and the scholars. The afternoon service, which was of a similar character to the evening one, was presided over by Mr Owen Buckley, the superintendent of the School. Solos were rendered by Master E. Davies, Treharris, and Mr S. Gilman, and a quartette by Miss Anthony; Messrs Gilman, Buckley and W. Midgely. On Monday afternoon a tea was given to the scholars, immediately followed by a public tea to which a good number sat down those having charge of the cup that cheers being Mrs Anthony, Mrs Buckley and Mrs Gilman, Misses Anthony, Jones, McGrath, Morgan and Midgley. At 7 30 an entertainment was com- menced, Mr 1. B. Arnold (Trecynon) occupying the chair. We refrain from giving more than one or two items of a long programme. Mrs Pugh, of Miskin, rendered two solos in an admirable manner. Dialogues, too, are always well received, and the one given by Messrs McGrath and Morgan was not the exception to that rule. The officers of the school may certainly be satisfied with their first attempt, for from the report given by the secretary we learn that although only re-commenced five months there are 60 scholars en the books, and it is expected to have about JE2 10s. clear as the result of the services. We should also add that the singing, which was of a good order, was under the conductorship of Mr S. Gilman, whilst Mr W. Davies, Treharris, was the accompanist.

Treharris.I

Ystrad.

- Ynysybwl.

YNYSHIR IN MOURNING.

REV D. G. WILLIAMS, FERNDALE.

Caerphilly,