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Clydach Vale. The deacons and members of Libanus (O.M.) Church will shortly show their appreciation of their pastor's services on the occasion of his departure for Swansea. The Rev. T. E. Davies leaves Libanus at the end of January. A meeting to further the candidature of Mabon in the coming Parliamentary election was held on Tuesday evening at Saron Vestry. The Conservative candi- date has already opened a committee room in Clydach Road. An opportunity will soon be afforded the inhabitants of this district to sup- port Mr. Brinley Price, who succeeded in obtaining a County Council Scholar- ship at Ruskin College, Oxford. A cine- matograph lecture is to be o'lven on his behaJ.. The Welsh Glee Singers paid their annual visit to Angelton Asylum, Bridg- end, on Friday last, and gave an enter- tainment to the lunfortunate inmates which was greatly enjoyed. The singers were afterwards entertained to supper, and were congratulated upon their excel- lent concert by Dr. Findlav chief medical superintendent. The costs of the visit were defrayed by County Councillor Jas. Evans.

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