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Letters to the Editor.

The Pontypridd United Choir.

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Y.M.C.A. The movement recently set on foot to estab- lish a local branch of this world-wide institu- tion has met, we are glad to say, with much success. Our esteemed townsman, Mr L. Gordon Lenox, has accepted the office of pre- sident, and Alderman Richard Lewis, J.P.,that of treasurer. The Executive Committee, with Mr Joseph David as chairman, has been assi- duously at work, and are able to report very favourable progress. Rooms have been secured at 36, Taff street, Pontypridd, and will shortly be opened. The Y.M.C.A., in general, is doing a distinct work for God amongst young men of the world on spiritual lines, and amply justifies its existence. It is an organisation managed by Christian men upon a Christian basis. It aims to rescue, elevate, educate, and befriend young men, and calls into its use every legitimate means for the accomplishment of its high purpose, and provides a home for young men from home. Donations, promises of furniture, books "etc., will be most thank- fully received by the secretary. The member- ship fee is four shillings per annum, payable yearly, half-yearly, or quarterly in advance. Among the many advantages are reading-room, open all day, writing materials, conversation room, educational classes, seaside homes, leL ters of recommendation, social evenings, games such as chess, Halma draughts, etc., etc., devotional evenings, Bible class, etc. Appli- cation forms for membership may be obtained from the secretary, Mr W. E. Fellows, 33, Wood road, Pontypridd, or Mr Burges, assis- tant secretary, Kirkhouse street, Pontypridd. Young men are heartily invited to join, and will please accept this intimation.

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RHONDDA MAlftlED MISTRESSES.

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