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Rhymney Valley Echoes

GELLYGAER DISTRICT COUNCIL

.RHYMNEY.

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PONTLOTTYN. MUSICAL.—The United Choir have been busy lately preparing for the Fochriw Eisteddfod. The test piece is £ i Etc a ddaw (T. Price), and it is hoped on all hands that success will follow the arduous efforts of the choirmaster, Mr. John Evans. ZOAR CHAPEL.—On Sunday half-yearly ser- vices were held at Zoar Baptist Chapel, sermons being preached by the Rev. W. R. Jones, B.A., Merthyr, to large congregations. The singing was conducted by Mr. John Morgan, choir- master, and Mr. David Thomas presided at the organ. Collections were made towards the Church funds. A REHEARSAL.—Last Saturday evening, at Zoar Chapel, the choir members from the Baptist Chapels in the Upper Rhymney Valley, met to rehearse the hymn tunes, anthems, etc., for their annual singing festival. The choristers attended in strong numbers. Mr. T. Gabriel (Bargoed) conducted, and Mr. David Thomas presided at the organ. FIRE.—A fire broke out, on Friday night, on the premises of Messrs. Samuels and Sons, drapers, Pontlottyn. It is said that one of the assistants went to light the incandescent lamps in the window, and a mantle fell amongst the Easter goods on show. The estimated loss is stated to be about £200. Police-Inspector Canton and Sergt. Nicholls were on the scene with a number of policemen, and rendered great service in extinguishing the flames, but their task was difficult in consequence of the fire appliances being locked up beyond the control of the police. About three or four weeks ago one or two of the members indig nantly protested against the fire appliances being left in the care of the police, and owing to this it was resolved that they should be removed. UYMANFA GANU.—On Monday morning the Congregationalist3 of Rhymney, Pontlottyn and Abertysswg held their annual Cymanfa Ganu." The morning meeting was held at Nazareth Chapel, when the Rev. W. Morgan, pastor of Zoar Church, Graig, presided. The conductor was Mr. Caradog Roberts, Mus. Bach., Wrexham. Various hvmn tunes and anthems were sweetly sung. Dining the meeting the Rev. R. E. Peregrine. B.D.. cate- chised the children upon the 2nd chapter of Matthew. Mr. Caradog Davies was the organist. All the arrangements had been made by a committee, of which the Rev. J. R. Salmon was chairman, Mr. D. Morris treasurer, and Mr. J. T. Jones, Rhymney, secretary. All who attended had a musical treat, and the children proved careful training.

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