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JOHNSTOWN. YOUNG PEOPLE'S GUILD.-On Monday Mr John Nicholas presided over a very interesting debate, the subject being Which exerts the greater influence, the Pulpit or the Stage ?" Mr R D Evans spoke on behalf of the pulpit, and Miss Ethel Jones of the stage. Two able pa- pers were read. The vote in favour of the pulpit was carried unanimously. The following also took part in the discussion Messrs John Evans, John Edwards, R Brogue, F Aspinal, S Weaver. E Parrish, Isaac Rogers, J E Griffiths, and Miss M Griffiths. There was a record attendance and the debate proved to be one of the most successful ever held. LEFT FOR AMERICA.—Mr David John Griffiths, hairdresser and tobacconist, has left the district to take up a position at New York. On Friday evening last a large number of friends met at a supper at Davies' Restaurant to bid him farewell and to express their best wishes for his success and prosperity. Mr John Evans presided, and in the course of an appro- priate speech, referred to Mr Griffiths' popularity in the district. Prior to his departure, Mr Griffiths was made the recipient of several valuable presentations including a number of books from his Sunday School Class at Mount Zion (C) Church.

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