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LLAN l-LLY. SOHOOL HoARn ELKCTION.—All attempts to avoid a contr-M prov't' i f-illp, t.1" poiling will take place next Tuesday. 0: the 2a person-- nominated, five hsve witfviruwu, leaving 15 candidates for nine seats. All the aU member. seek re-election with the exception of Messrs H. J. Howell and A. D. Davies. A feeling of great dissatisfaction having been expressed in the rural portion of the parish at its not being directly represented on the board in the past., it was decided to nominate Mr John Thomas (Berwick) as a candidate irrespective of creed, aud to support his candidature a meeting was held at the Llwynbendy Board School, under the pre- sidency of the R°v ,T. Thomas, Bryn. After addresses by the candidate, Couuty Counciiiar O. Bonville, Rev R. D. Roberts, aud others, the meeting unanimously psed a vote of confidence in Mr Thomas. CONGRKGATIONALISM. An event of much inteiest in the annals of Euglish Congregation- alism at Llanelly took place on Modday after- noon, viz., the laying of the memorial stone of the new schoolroom in connection with Park Church. Park is the only English Independent cause in the neighbourhood, and was founded some half-a-century rgo as a branch from the good old mother of Llanelly Cl)nreg.tionalim- Capel Als. The first chapel was situate in Park- street-hence the name: but a quarter-of-a- ceutury ago the present handsome edifice was built in Murray-street, and the friends are now erecting to the rear, and through the medium of the same firm of London architects, with Mr Mercer as builder, an excellent schoolroom, which bids fair to be worthy alike of the chapel apd of the town. It will be some time before the school is finished, but it is sufficient advanced to enable the memorial service to be held within its walls. The chair was taken by the energetic pastor, the Rev E. Griffiths Joues, B.A., who called upon Mr Joseph Maybery, a leading member ot the Park, and chairman of the Llanelly Local Board, to lay the stone, or rather stones, supplied by Messrs Reea Jenkins and Son, Llaneily. This done, the chairman described the events which led up to the inception of the present, building, on which and its accee- sories some £2,000 is to be expended, whilst the Park friends expect, by the end of the year. to have raised in subscriptions about a third of that amount, Mr Maybery himself getting a noble example with a donation of £ 50. The Caalfloan, having called on Mr Maybery to ^ay a few words, britfly introduced the Rev J. Ossiea Davies (late of Lianellyj now of London), who had preached the previous div the anniver- sary sermons of the school. Mr Davies made a v°ry inspiring speech, showing forth the necessity of due attention to tbe spiritual welfare of the young. He spoke of what Park Church had done in the P:\t, and trusted they would be in the future au aggressive church. They had produced one noble "-In iii Df Llewellyn Bevan, but he reminded them that the second Llewellyn Bevan was now due—he trusted they would find one within the walls of the near schoolroom. Mr Davies spoke IJ1 high terms ot the master, Mr Jones.—Speeches were also delivered by the R^vs Thomas Davies (chairman of the Welsh Congregational Union), R- Evans (Greenfield, Baptist), and Aldington (Wesleyan).

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