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POMTYPpD POLlGE-COUT.

Toqypandy Co!d Crown Eisteddfod

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Party. The annual Li meetings which were held at I Salem Haptist Chapel, Porth, on Sunday and Monday were attended by exceptionally largo congregations of worshippers. Most impressive sermons were delivered at the respective services by the liev Walter Jainer, Eiaeii- elydacli Rev h.1wal Jones, Llauelly, and the Rev George GrilBths, Khyronev. Scores of people who attended on Sunday evening for the purpose of hearing the Rev Idwal Jones preach had to retire owing to Insufficient accommoda- tion. Special hj mns w ese sung by the choir at eleli service, under the coaductorship of Mr Rees Evans, accompanied by Mr Harry Evans, F.B.C.O., Dowlais on the organ. On Thursday, the mortal remains of Mr T. R Evans, Perth, kite reporter on the staff of the "Glamorgan Free Press," were interred at Lledrddu Cemetery. The funeral was an --I- -I- I I exceedingly large anu representative one, anu on ail hands great and sincere sorrow was evi- denced at the sad end of a bright and promis- ing life. The services at the house were con- ducted by the Rev Mr Davies, Treorky, and in the chapel by the Revs T. Davies, Blaen- rhondda; D. M. Phillips, M.A., Tylorstcwn; J. Morgan, Ynyshir; \V. Williams, Ponty- gwaith. and Mr Tom John, Lhvynypia. At the graveside the Rev T. Davies, Treorky. officiated, while other ministers present were Revs B. Davies, Porth; E. Lewis, Yuyshir, and \\7'. Evans, Ynyshir. Floral tributes were received from Mr aild Mrs J. R. Evans. Royal Stores, Porth, Miss Poynton, County Schools; Mr and Mrs Jones. Porth; and others. The funeral arrangements were carried out by Mr J. Humphries, undertaker, Porth. The family have now lost their only remaining sen, who was only 18 years of age. for about twelve months ago they buried their other boy. The keenest sympathy is expressed on every hand for the bereaved parents and family. With the object of strengthening the funds of the Pisgah Baptist Chapel, Cymmer, a sale of work will take place at the Cymmer Board School on Good Friday. Saturday, and Easter Monday. The following ladies have kindly consented to open the sales each day at 3 80 p.m. :-On Friday, Miss LAWis, Penybryri, Cymmer Saurday, Miss Griffiths, Penybryn and on Monday, Mrs Hy. Abraham. A rrds cellaneous entertainment will be provided each evening bv various well-koown artistes. The side shows will include an exhibition of models and curios illustrative of Chinese life, habits, and industry. Everything which will enable visitors to spend a most pleasant evening has been provided for, and all are cordially iuvited.

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