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Mid-Rhondda Trades and Labour…

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Ton. On Saturday afternoon last, the streets of Ton presented a very animated appear- ance as thousands of workmen wended their way to the Maindy mountain side, where an open-air mass meeting was held. The meeting, in the unavoidable absence of Mr. Watts Morgan, was addressed by Mr. Tom Evans, (sub-agent, Penygraig. The chair was taken by Mr. Dd. Thomas, checkweigher, Ton. Mr. Evans assured the workers that a great battle had been fought, and that whatever agreement would be final, not one jot of the dignity of the miner would be lost. He was for peace, but it should be peace with honour. Mr. Evans advised the men to go to work on the Monday under the same conditions while the terms of agree- ment were still being discussed. Several questions were asked at the close, all of which were most satisfactorily answered by lUr. Evans. On Sunday, the 4th inst., at the Eng- lish Congregational Church, Ton, the children's anniversary services were held. The morning service was presided over by Mr. T. Phillips. Beautiful selections were rendered by the choir, among which were the anthems, The Lord is my Shepherd," "I will extol Thee," and "Make a joyful noise." Recitations, dialogues and solos were also rendered by the children. In the afternoon the elder scholars contributed to the pro- gramme, and a fine rendering on the organ of "The Storm," by Mr. W. A. Morris, was greatly appreciated. This service was presided over by Mr. E. Probert. The evening service was con- ducted by Mr. A. Evans. Mr. W. A. Morris presided at the organ. On Mon- day, the annual trip to Aberavon took place, and a most enjoyable day was spent.

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Church Extension at Nantymoel.

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Clydach Vale Fatality.