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ABERSYCHAN. PRIMITIVE METHODIST CHAPEL.—A revival mis- sion was commenced here on Monday last by the Rev T. T. Shields. The congres^ h large. Some have alre1(k and signs of a parent. l'y vival r I sion by the Re. took place e\"e1" each service. Thirty conversion. The meeting the Society, Mr Shields bein e.o chan this week. GOOD TEMPLARS' ENTERTAINMENT.—On Saturday evening, the usual monthly Open Lodge Entertain- ment was given by the Hope of Cwmbran Lodge, of I.O.G.T., in the Wesley Hall, Cwmbran. Brother B. P. Fisher, L.D., presided. The meeting being opened by the singing of Dare to be a Daniel," by the whole audience, the chairman made a few ap- propriate remarks on the aims and objects of Good Templary. The programme included a song, Love at home," by Brother T. Thomas, who also read A Bachelor's complaint"; song by Brother Thomson, of Newport, "Pium Pudding recitation bv D. M. H. Davies, of Newport; another song by Brother Thomson, "Bitter Beer"; reading by Brother Harraden; anthem by T. Thomas and party, of Pontymoile. I was glad when they said, &c. which was very effectively sung. Both singers and speakers were rewarded with repeated rounds of applause. ENTERTAINMENT.—On Monday, the fortnightly entertainment was given at the Wesley Hall, under the presidency of Mr J. H. Knowles, who acquitted himself very efficiently in lieu of Mr H. Parfitt, who was unable to be present. This was in every sense one of the most successful of the series. Miss Davies, of Newport, and Mr Day added very much to the success of the eveniug by their excellent rendering of their respective songs. Miss Luff gave a most effective recitation. The extempore speech, the subject of which was "grati- tude," meet with its usual enthusiastic reception, Mr Hodges proving himself the best of several competitors. The Cwmbran choir, under the leadership of Mr John Lewis, sang Open ye the I gates," which drew forth a hearty enoore. The remainder of the programme oonsisted of a piano- forte solo by Miss Knowles, a song by Mr Sum- mers, a recitation by Mr J. Lewis, a trio by Mr Davies and party, a song by Miss Lee, a song by Mr Smith, and a reading by Mr Fisher. Miss Knowles played the accompaniments with much taste.

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