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PRESENTATION AT CADOXTON. DEPARTURE OF THE MISSES MORRIS. AN INTERESTING GATHERING. On Tuesday evening there was a numerous attendance of Church-people at the Missi it Room, I dde sleigh-street, Cadoxton, on tL; occasion of presentations io the Misses Morris, of The Rectory, who are about to depart from the district in consequence of the death of their father, the late revere i rector (Rev Ebenezer Morris, B.A.) Mr Evan Lloyd, a member of the Board of Guardians, presided in his usual genial and affable manner, and in opening the proceedings said the parishioners felt that the services of the Misses Morris at the Parish Church were so great that they must not re- main unappreciated any longer, hence the presentations. In departing from the parish, the remembrance of which must remain with them for many years to come, they carried with them the hearty good wishes of the people for their future happiness and prosperity. In all sincerity it could be said that they were sorry that the recipients of the presentations were abouf, to leave them. (Cheers.) Miss A. L. Jenkius then sang a solo, and was heartily cheered. Then Mr Martin (draper), one of the church- wardens, presented Miss Morris with a dressing case mounted in silver, and Mrs Evau Lloyd handed to Miss Molly Morris a writing case, Miss A. Jenkins likewise presenting Miss Peggie Morris with a purse, all briefly but appositely wishing them long life to cherish the gifts. The Rev I. Humphreys, curate of St. John's Welsh Church, who was called upon to speak, expressed his sense of appreciation at the tangible recongnition of the faithfulness and devoted service by the Misses Morris in the gifts just handed them. No one regretted their de- parture more than himself. It was the severance of a link which connected the family with the parish extending over a lengthy period in the history of the Church. In conclusion, he heartily wished them all happiness and success in the future. (Cheers.) Mr Bond, another parishioner, also spoke, and after referring to the splendid example afforded the Misses Morris by their late father, said he hoped they would follow that gentle- man's lofty example, and emulate his many Christian traits. Mr Martin (draper) also addressed the meet- ing, and expressed profound regret at the im- pending departure of the Misses Morris, who occupied useful spheres of work in the parish. Miss A. Mends, Miss Davies, Miss A. Jenkins, and others contributed to the entertainment of those present, the interesting and enjoyable meeting concluding with the singing of "Auld Lang Syne."

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