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Bethel (A.), Miskin.

Bedyddwyr DyfTryn Aberdar.

Calfarla, Rhigos.

Aberdare Education Committee.

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IGlynnaath Church ICouncil.

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.IMusical Honours.

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Penrhiwceiber.

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Penrhiwceiber. PREACHING SERVICES were held at Jerusalem Welsh Baptist Church on Saturday, Sunday, and Monday. The Rv. J. Gland wr Watkins, Ffrwd, Moun- tain Ash, and Rev. W. Jones, Treharris, were the preachers. MUSICAL.—Amongst the candidates at the distribution of certificates held re- cently by the Associated Board of the R.A.M. and R.C.M. was Miss Beatrice M. Lisle, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lisle, Belle Vue Hotel. She was successful in the Advanced pianoforte playing examin- ation. She is a pupil of Prof. Richard Howell, Abernant Road, Aberdare. MINERS' MEETING. A general meeting of the Cwmcvnon Colliery Work- men was held at the Workmen's Hall on Monday. Mr. Thos. Morgan presided. Mr. Samuel Cobley, district delegate, gave a report of the district meeting, and Mr. John Picton, the London delegate, gave a report of i^he conference held at Cory Hall, Cardiff. Both delegates were accorded a vote of thanks. Mr. Thomas Lewis, Park-street, was appointed dis- trict delegate for the ensuing three months. Mr. Picton was appointed vice- chairman. The meeting terminated with a vote of thanks to chairman. DEATH.—An'inquest was held by Mr. R. J. Rhys on Thursday at the Lee Hotel on the body of Thomas Thomas, 30, Ty'rfelin-street, who died very suddenly on the previous Monday. The foreman of jury was Mr. J. P. Dav.ies. A verdict of Death from heart failure" was re- turned. The interment took place on Saturday at the Old Cemetery Mountain Ash. The mourners were: Wife and daughter; Mr. Busby and son; Mrs. Moseley, sister; Mr. Wm. Thomas, brother; Mr and Mrs. Lewis, Caerphilly, and son; Mrs. Venn, Bedwas, sister-in- law; Mrs. Daniels and daughter, Mrs. Duglan, Mr. and Mrs. Duglan, Mr. J. Duglan, Messrs. Henry, Daniel, and In- gram Duglan, Mrs. Harding, Mr. and Mrs. John Thomas, Mrs. Thomas, Porth, cousins. Mr. Button, Canaan, officiated. A MEETING of the Penrhiwceiber Branch of Young Liberals was held at the Lesser Hall on Friday last, Mr. Howell Williams in the chair. Delegates to attend the conference at Swansea on Saturday were appointed. PARK BUILDING CLUB.—The wind- ing up of the above club took place at the Park Hotel on Thursday evening, when the members were entertained to dinner. Mr. Rosser presided, and was supported by Messrs. Cornelius Lewis (vice-chairman), Isaac George, J.P. (trus- tee), Councillor Evan Morris (trustee), Wm. A. Morgan (trustee), Guardian T. Richards (secretary), and C. M. Lewis (London and Prov. Bank, Aberdare). The dinner was put on in Host W. B. George's best stye, and after the tables were cleared the proceedings were enlivened by harmony, rendered by Messrs. W. Jen- kins, J. Evans, and George Asplin. Dur- ing the evening Mr. Isaac George was presented with a silver cigar case; Mr. Rosser received a silver-mounted malacca cane; Mr. Evan Morris a silver-mounted malacca cane; Mr. W. A. Morgan, a silver-mounted .malacca cane; Mr. Rosser a silver-mounted malacca cane; Mr. C. Lewis a silver-mounted ebony cane; Mr. T. Richards a silver-mounted malacca cane; Mr. W. B. George (sub-treasurer), a gold seal; and Mr. F. W. Irons a silver- mounted ebony stick. The club was closed after having had a successful career. Felicitous speeches were de- livered by the various officers present.

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