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LITTLENEWCASTLE.. CHURCH SERVICE.—Last Sunday, July 14th, at Littlenewcastle Church, the Rev A Rich- ardson, B.A., who is over 70 years of age, delivered an impressive sermon to an apprecia- tive congregation from Psalm xxni-4. Miss Gwendoline Vaughan, assistant teacheTat the day school, presided at the harmonium. For over 12 months the new accompanist has been under the tuition of Miss Miles, Llanstinan Rectory, and the skilful way in which Miss Vaughan manipulated the instrument reflects credit both on the teacher and pupil. The congregational singing at the service was above the average. In addition to the usual choir some of the vocalists from Glamorgan and the well-known local bass, Mr Michael James, Rock House, were present. The old Welsh tunes, Meirionydd," St. Andrews," and Glanyrafon," were rendered with real Welsh liwyl and heartiness., MR. ROSSER'S TESTIMONIAL.—Be it known that the Baptists of Littlenewcastle do not in- tend to encroach on the territory of other denominations. They will let them carry out their own plans, which implies that the Bapt- ists think his friends in other folds should commemorate his goodness to them. He did everything gratis, irrespective of creed. The Baptists considered his singing lessons an in- estimable boon to their adult members Churchmen also have proved him a faithful organist for six and a half years. Through him they have a worthy successor at the harmonium.

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