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PENMACHNO. SILOH (W.) CULTURAL SOCIETY.—Mr. Harri Edwards, Council School, gave a paper on The Welshmen and WeLh of the Early Ages at the meeting of the above society on Tuesday evening. LANTERN LECTURE.—At the Churchmen's Society, under the presidency of the Rev. Ben Jones, on Friday evening, Mr. Robert Owen, headmaster of Cwm N.P. School, gave a lantern lecture on The Pilgrim's Progress." RHIWBACH COUNCIL SCHOOL.—We con- gratulate the Rhiwbach Council School children on being awarded a shield for their attendance, the percentage being 99*8. 1-1 SALEM (C.M.) LITERARY SOCIETY,—Mr. F. O. Jones, Council School, presided over a meet- ing of the above on Friday evening, when a paper was read on The Women of the Old Testament by Miss H. L. Jones, Bryn Ivor, and a paper on "The Women of the New Tastament" by Miss Selina Evans, John-street. Misses L. K Evans and M. L. Jones and Messrs D. Williams, R. D. Owen and W. Griffith Evans also took part. EBENEZER (C.M.) LITERARY SOCIETY.— The second meeting of this society was held on Friday evening, Mr. D. Lloyd Morris, Dugoed, occupying the chair, when a debate took place on Whether Education or Religion was the greatest influence on the life of Wales." Mr. J. P. Thomas, Pandy Mill, opened for education, and Mr. J. Rees Jones, Factory, for religion. A dis- cussion followed, in which the following members took part-Messrs. W. E. Williams, D. Thomas, O. Roberts, and D. Ll. Morris. A vote was taken, when a majority of one was declared for education. BET HAN IA (W.) LITERARY SOCIETY.— The weekly meeting of the above was held 011 Saturday evening, when the Rev. T. C. Roberts, Llanrwst, delivered an address on John Wesley.

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