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DINAS CBOSS. Sports Committee.—On Saturday evening l,st, at Pwllgwaelod, the sports committee, including Dr H Bowen Perkins and others who take keen interest in the annual festivi- ties, met to discuss several matters in con- nection therewith, and the rest of the evening was convivality in the most jovial* sense of the term. For Sea.—Mr Ezer Owen, Bankyffynon, left on Monday for Glasgow to join the ship Marjory Glen as chief mate. Holidays —Mr Edwin Bennett, the es. teemed postmaster, with Mrs Bennett, who, we am pleased to know, is improving in health, proceeds on his usual holiday trip this week-end. Air and Mrs E Davies and tamily also l';lave next week for a holiday spell. Visitors.—August has brought in its usual goodly number of health and holiday seekers. Among tbem are Dr J James, director of education for Glamorgau, with his devoted mother Mrs James, and sister Miss James. rhey are staying at Garden Terrace. Dr H Bowen and Mrs Perkins and family are among the welcome visitors to the healthful place. Dr Greener arrivgs this week at Pen- rhiw, where there are numerous visitors in residence. At Brynhenllan are Mr and Mrs W Parry and family, of Ruabon, North Wales. Mr and Mrs Roche and family, of Aberdaie, are at Smithfield, and many others have arrived to enjoy the bracing breezes. T.,bur.-The Rev J W Maurice arrived home last Friday and on Sunday both the rev gentleman, his daughter Miss Maurice and Mr T Maurice, his son, interested the con- gregation of Tabor with accounts of the Baptist Association meetings at Abercarn last week. Sometime between this and the > 16ih inst the Rev J R James will conduct missionary meetings at the chapel on behalf of a cause, which has found but scant sup- port in other parts of the county and it is hoped that Dinasites will rally round the standard on this occasion.—Tabor chapel renovation is progressing apace and the interior bears evidence of careful treatment. There will be a formal opening when com- pleted. Harvest.—Mr J Raymond, Heidlan, madr an early start with the harvest (n Wednes- day last cutting oats.