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Treorchy. The anniversary services of Tabernacle (English Wesleyan) Chapel were concluded on Sunday last, when an excellent pro- gramme was again submitted in the pre- sence of large gatherings. On Monday, the annual tea was held, after which the children and adults paraded the principal streets of Treorchy, headed by the Taber- nacle and Town Brass Band. Later in the day, games were indulged in at the New Athletic Grounds, and fruit and con- fections were distributed among the chil- dren. The event was a huge success. The Misses James and Pugh's social tea came off splendidly at St. Matthew's Church Hall on Monday evening, when a company numbering one hundred sat to an excellent spread, followed by games. The hall was lavishly decorated. Noddfa Young Men's Mutual Improve- ment Society" tripped" to Weston and Cheddar on Monday, and spent an enjoy- able day. --+-- St. Matthew's Sunday School also went to Aberavon on Monday, magnificent weather favouring their holiday. Yearly preaching meetings were held I at Bethania (W.C.) on Sunday and Mon- day, when large numbers attended. The Revs. Edryd Jones, Cwmaman, and J. Lewis Williams, Aberystwyth, delivered powerful sermons. Prof. D. Cyril Jenkins officiated at the grand organ. Treorchy Football Cluh held their annual sports on the New Athletic Ground,sl on Thursday last, in splendid weather. There was a large gathering, and the Tabernacle and Town Band attended, attired in new uniforms.

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