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TE iROES, DYFFRYN CERDIN.1

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GOLDEN GROVE.

CAPEL CYNON (CARDIGANSHIRE).

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CONWIL ELVET.

PEMBROKE.

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ILLANDOVERY.

KIDWELLY.

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KIDWELLY. LECTURE.—On Wednesday a lecture was given at the Town-hall by the Rev W. E. Prytherch, Goppa. The subject being Our young men and their future prospects." The Mayor pre- sided—there was a good attendance, and the pro- ceeds were devoted towards the debt on the Morfa Calvinistic Methodist Chapel. GIFT TO THE CHURCH. -A very handsome and fine act of altar linen have just been presented to Kidwelly Church by a Carmarthen lady, viz., Mra Albert Harris. The linen was used for the first time on Christmas Day. Mr and Mrs Harris have, for some years now, taken a very great interest in the welfare of the Church at Kidwelly. Mrs Harris, only the other day, rendered very valuable service at the Christmas Tree and Sale of Work held in aid of the debt on the Kidwelly National Buildings. HALF YEARLY SERVICES.—In connection with the Baptist cause here half-yearly services were held on Saturday and Monday last. In the morning and afternoon the services were held in Siloam (B) Chapel, and in the evening at Capel Sul (I). Powerful sermons were delivered by the Rev S. V. Williams, Clydach. Large congregations attended each meeting, and the collections, which were in aid of the fund for re- building Siloam, were very good. OBITUARY. — On Saturday afternoon, at the Vicarage, Kidwelly, died Mrs Jones, mother of the respected vicar of Kidwelly, after a very lingering and painful illness. Saturday night also died Miss Stokes, at her residence, Castle- terrace, after a very short illness. Miss Stokes- who was a regular attendant and faithful member of St. Mary's Church-was in her usual place in Church at the morning service last Sunday week. CHRISTMAS DAY. The usual Plygain was held at the Parish Church here on Christmas morning at 6 a. m., but was not nearly so well attended as Plygains" in past years. A service was also held at 11 a. m. The Holy Communion being celebrated at each service. Owing to the serious illness of the respected vicar's mother there was no evening service held. The Church was very neatly decorated by the Misses Dunn, the Misses Griffiths, Henblas, Miss A. Chappell and others. The second annual eisteddfod was held at Capel Sul this day also, and was a great success. The president for the day being Mr County Councillor Stephens, Arlais. The ad- judicator: Music, Mr D. Howells, Gwyn Alaw Ferndale and Literature, Mr Gomer Henry, Llandyfeilog conductor, the Rev W. C. Jenkins' accompanist, Mr D. Reynolds; and the hon. sec., Mr W. Williams, Penygare. The chief choral competition was an anthem, Dyddiau dyn sydd fel glaswelltyn," for which a prize of £ 6 was offered. Six choirs competed, the best being that of Zion Chapel, Burry Port. In the evening a grand concert was held, the mayor (Captain Harries) presiding.

CARDIGAN.

CHRISTMASTIDE AT CARMARTHEN.

LETTERS TO THE EDITOR. 1-11111----

PENCADER.

ANTI-WELSH.

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