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Pontypridd. ■ft*. Tea. Tea.—Why Is T. Harris' Tw flrftCh Army ? Because it cannot be beatea! "You can see with half an eye that F EMN k THOMAS (" My Hatter,") sells the best 3/9^HAX. Council candidates' portraits taken and[blocks supplied at short notice by THO9.F°B 2S7I SONS, Cambrian Studio, Pontypridd. ^871 The New Mission Parlour was packed with attentive hearers on Monday evening, when the Rev T. Jones delivered the last sermon to terminate the anniversary series. The Mission Guild will hold their weekly meeting as usual this evening (Friday), which will be addressed by Mr Jones Davies. All are cerdially invited to attend. The New Town Hall services next Sunday will be conducted in the morning by Mr D. E. Jones, Porth, and the evening by Rev S. Rowlands, Abercynon. A sacred solo will be sung at the evening service. for Best and Cheapest Working Boots at 3s lid, U 64, 4a lid, and 5s lid, go to Davies, FREE PRESS Buildings, 23, Taff street, Pontypridd. 4539 Seats y be booked at Messr- Thompson and gbaekell's for the Frederic Grifii h and Llewela jjuvies Concert on Ea.ter Monday &u/ day between Davies Concert on Ba-ter Monday &u/ day between 10 a.m. and 1 p.m. after 21st February. 4599 The South Wales Mission held their anniver- sary services at the New Town Hall on Sunday. The preachers were Revs T. J. Pritchard, Cardiff; T. Jones, Pontypridd; and Mrs J. ana (Eglwysbach), Cardiff. The morning service was undertaken by Rev T. J. Pritchard. Tn the afternoon an English service was con- ducted by Mrs Evans. The members of the Mission were very pleased to see Mrs Evans aøaOngst them, and to see her looking so much tetter than she did when they saw her before. His Evans delivered a very practical discourse, which was much appreciated by the congrega- tion. The evening service was introduced by Miss Williams, Llanelly, after which powerful aDd impressive sermons were delivered by Revs T. Jones and T. J. Pritchard. Sacred solos were effectively rendered at the afternoon and evening services by Miss H. Jones, Cilfynydd Higg M. Thomas, Treforest; and Mrs E. P. Mills, Pontypridd, whilst Professor T. D. gdwards presided at the organ with his usual ability. The services throughout were well attended. For all kinds of Game go to FENNBLL'S, 12, Market street, Pontypridd (opposite the Post Office). PORTRAITS painted in Oil by G. F. HACXBB from sitting or from photo, and framed in any gjtfle.—Arcade Studio, Pontypridd. 4559 The IMoLuthly meeting of the "Y" British Women's or$nporunce Association was Sheld at St. David's Hall, Pontypridd, on Fri- pri hymn, followed by Miss Katie Lewis reading a short Passage of Scripture, after which an appropriate P»yer was offered by Miss Maud Crockett. T^e minutes of the previous meet- then read and parsed, and Miss Alice were F kindly gave a short reading entitled "A Silent Influence," shewing the vast amount good done by seeing a good example, par- in the face of great difficulties and After Miss Millie Porcher a very charming song, Miss Janet bad sung Motgan read a most interesting account of the -r" branch meeting held the previous Satur. Jay in Cardiff. It was then proposed by Miss Roberts, and seconded by Miss Ethel Hill,that the "ject chosen at the vast meeting for ibe yompetition should be changed for a aimpler gobject, i.e., "What is your idea of a happy JIome." This movement was carried, and it WM hoped that all members would send in seir papers to the president or secretary not feter than Good Friday, March 31st. The Meeting was then brought to a close after fix- ing the aate for the next meeting on Friday, jpil 7th, at 8.30 p.m., at St. David's Hall. iTwas hoped that all who feel interested in ftfe good work of furthering the temperance cause will make an effort to attend. Half a pound of V* Tea, plewe. Mother wys it to the best in town at the price." T. Harm, 75^ Street, Pontypridd. SUBSBBY RUB-WASH promotes the growth of tfce hair and keeps it free from nits, &c. £ £ £ .!« po."™ M. Key* Tb. Chemist, Pontypridd.








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