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Llwynypia.

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Treherbert.

Dinas.

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Dinas. On Sunday and Monday last, the 24th annual anniversary M'as held at the Piimitive Methodist Chapel. Over fifty recitations and songs were given by the school children, and the choir, under the leadership of Mr. John Jones, performed their work in an admirable manner. The following were the accompanists: —Mr. Edgar Williams, Penygraig (organ), and Mr. W. H. Thomas. Wain Court (piano); whilst the chief soloists were Miss Gwen John and Miss Gwen Jones. The con- ductor of the services was Mr. R. Thomas. Tonypandy. On Monday, the Sunday School children formed a procession and paraded through Penygraig, returning through Trealaw. Granny Jones, who is over 82 years, and who is as sprightly as a young maid, had collected sufficient provisions of all kinds to treat the chil- dren with tea, cake, and other delicacies, which were thoroughly enjoyed. In the evening, an excellent miscellaneous con- cert was held, and Mr. David Jones, A.C., Bargoed, who was present, highly commended the singing of the choir, and the conductor. Mr. John Jones. The ser- vices of Mr. George Mellon and Mr. Geo. Goldstone were also acknowledged, and a vote of thanks to all the ladies who had so kindly served at the tables and to the conductor concluded one of the most successful anniversaries.

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Ferndale.

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Sherwood.

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Tonypandy.

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