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Tonypandy.

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Treorchy.

Pentre,

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Cwmparc.

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Ogmore Vale.

Nantymoel

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morganshire was obtained from Cefn Mawr, including portions of Rhondda Valley, Ely Valley, and the Ogmore or Og;wr Valley. The return journey was made along Mynydd-pwll-yr-hebog to Tonypandy, and a visit was paid to a sulphur spring near Cefnbach. Tony- pandy was reached about half-past nine, the return to Pentre being; accomplished. The ramble proved extremely enjoyable, and the guide was heartily "thanked for his services. The annual Sunday School anniversary of Zion Church, Pentre, was held on Sunday last, the services including special addresses, choruses, songs, and recita- tions. On Sunday evening two special recitations were given by Miss Gwladys Davies, and her renderings of "-The Old Armchair" and The Drunkard's Life" will long be remembered. Mr. W. Carey, watchmaker, died last week at Llwynypia. Mr. Carey was one of those people who live far from the public view, but was much respected by his intimate acquaintances. It is our pleasure to congratulate Mr. Gwilym Isaac, son of Mr. W. Isaac, butcher, upon his becoming pastor of Oefnmawr English Baptist 'Church, near Ruabon, in North Wales. Mr. Isaac, who is only 26 years of age, spent a few years at Pontypridd Collegiate School and Carmarthen Old College before pro- ceeding to Rawton College, Leeds, where he won a scholarship for four years. Some time before the expiration of his period of training, he received an unanimous call from the above church, which was accepted upon the under- standillg, that the Church would allow him to finish his training. The ordina- tion will take place in September next. We also congratulate Mr. Edgar Evans, Ystrad Road, who has succeeded in obtaining his B.Sc. degree after a period of three years at Aberystwyth, and Mr. Evan Davies, son of Mr. Davies, M.E., Gelli, upon his attaining the B.A. degree in the same period. The annual outing of Siloh Sunday School at Penarth was favoured with ex- cellent weather on Monday. Following the arrival at Penarth, the children, to the number of over 200, were supplied with a substantial meal at the Grotsvenor Restaurant, and were afterwards at liberty to enjoy themselves in the parks, along the beach, and Lavernock walk. Tea. was again provided in the afternoon, and the return journey was made about 7.30, arriving at Ystrad about 8.30 p.m., after a most enjoyable time. The annual excursion of the Salvation I Army took place on Monday-, the chosen place being Barry Island. The day was enjoyed by all, the warm sun being very i welcome after the cold of Saturday and Sunday. The return to Ystrad was made fairly early, reaching Ystrad about 9 p.m. [ The departure of Mr. J. R. Newall, Wesleyan minister, is much regretted, more especially because it is due to ill- health. During his stay of about twelve months at Pentre, Mr. Newall has earned the respect and good feeling of a large number of persons outside the Wesleyan Church, and all will extend to I him their sympathy and regrets, whilst also wishing him a complete recovery in his new sphere at Milford, Pembroke- shire. Mr. Newall will be succeeded by Mr. W. J. Britton, of the Llanelly and Carmarthen Circuit, who will commence duties in September.

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