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DOWLAIS. AN INTERESTING DISPLAy-How "K" Boots are made, and what they are made of. We are exhibit- ing in our windows "a choice selection of line sums ,)1 black and brown leather, as used in the manu- facture of "K" Boots and Shoes. Nolo Address, W WILLIAMS, 51A, High-street, Merthyr. J. JEREMIAH, Plumber, Gas Fitter, and House Decorator, 5, North-street, Dowlais. Lowest prices compatible with good workmanship, and. materials. A trial solicited. Also open to negotiate for the sale or purchase of property privately. N" l'le address, North-street, Dowlais. (JURAT SHOW OF CLOTHING for Winter Wear at W. MORGAN DAVIES, i 15. iiigii-sirc-et. Dowkus. I Joys', ioutlis', and Men's' Suits ill g-reat variety. An inspection invited. Jlats, Caps, ere., in the newest shapes. IVOR CHAPEL.—At the anniversary of the Ivor English Congregational Church on Stinaay and Monday next, the Rev. lona M. William- of Llaneliv. will occupy the pulpit. The visit of tha rev. gentleman will doubtless prove attrac- tive. and further particulars may be ;■ leaned fiom our advertisement columns. ANNIVERSARY.—On Sunday la-t the anniver- sary service* of the English Wesleyan Chapei were held, morning, aiternoOn, and evening. The preachci wa; the Rev. H. A. Robert", Mountain Ash, who preached excellent dis- courses at each service. The chapel choir sang anthems in ifne style, tha organ.st being Mr. Joseph OBITUARY. -The death took place suddenly on tho 26th ult of Mr. William Waiter-, 40. Wind-street, in his (¡2nd year. The funeral took place on the following Thur.-day, when the Rector of Dowlais and the Rev. E. R. Davies officiated The deceased was a sides- man at the Welsh Church, and the Welsh Church Choir sang suitable hymns on the way to Pant Cemetery. ANNUAL VESTRY.—The vestry for the Dow lais Parish was held at the Parish Hall, under the presidency of the Rev. Ll. M. Williams, R.D (Rector).—The accounts were submitted and a comprehensive statement put before the meeting to the financial condition of th.2 parish.—The balance sheet, subject to audit, was unanimously adopted. —The parishioners re-elected Mr. W M. Davies as paiisli warden, and he and his colleague (Mr. A. Houlson) were cordially thanked for their services during the year.—The Rector nominated Mr. Houlson as his warden, and referred to the lo-s sustain- ed by the departure of Mr. Jas. Griffiths, his predecessor.—Eighteen sidesmen were elected for the Parish Church.—The several daughter churches hold separate vestries, at which fitty- two sidesmen are nominated, together with a eparate treasurer for each church. ENTERTAINMENT.—Pant School's were crowd- ed on Thursday evening week, when a capital miscellaneous entertainment was given by the Children's Choir of Christ Church, Pant, assist- ed by several local artistes. Under the con- ductorship of Mr. Gomer Llewelyn, the girls rendered 'some pretty action songs, including "Japanese," "Flower Girls," etc. (in character), and their efforts evoked the heartiest applause. No less sucoessful were the Indian club and other exercises, performed with splendid pre- cision by the boys, who had been carefully drilled by Mr. Osborne Morgan. The vocalists, who did well, were: Carrie Price, Mr. James Evans, Mr. J. Griffiths, and Master Jen- kins, Penywern, and Master Horatio Davies acted as accompanist. The duties of stage manager devolved upon Mr W, J. Thomas (of Messrs. J. S. Davies and Co., drapers, etc.. High-street), and Mr, T. M. Jones occupied the chair. CAERSALEM.—On Saturday night, a very suc- cessful entertainment was held in Caersalem Welsh Baptist Chapel, under the auspices of the Organ Committee. There was a crowded attendance, under the chairmanship of the Rev. J. B. Jones (pastor). The following took part: Solos, Misses Annie Rees Ceinwen Watts, Eunice Richards, and Messrs. Rd. Williams, Rees Jones, and Fred Hicr; recitations, Messrs. D. Ifor Richards, D. W Lewis, J. E. Evans, Joshua Davies, and Miss Maggie M. Scrivens. The prize offered for the best impromptu dia- logue was won by Messrs. D. B. Evan; and Roderick Williams, while for reading sol-fa at first sight, Mr Richard Jones was successful. The adjudicators were Messrs. D. Rees and F. Hier, and the accompanists were Mr. D. B. Evans and Master J. Lloyd Jones. The ar- rangements were in the hands of Mr. Dan Jones (secretary. On the following Sunday, the quarterly meetings of the Sunday School took place, when the pastor again presided. The following took part:—Solos, etc.: Misses Annie Rees, M. L. Evans, Lily H.:er, E. A. Williams, Ccridwen Evans, M. Lewis, R. A. Hier, Mary Watts, and Messrs. Fred Hier. Abel J.Lewis, John' Jones, Richard Jones Wil- hams, and W. Hor Evans; recitations, etc-, Misses Bessie Amos Gwladys Thomas, Cein- wen Watts, Annie R.uth Price, and Messrs. Eben Thomas and Thomas Watts Thomas. The children rendered several tunes in splendid style under the conductorship of Mr. D. B. Evans. and under the direction of Mr. William Jones, they also went through the "pwnc" in a very satisfactory manner. The accompanists were Messrs. D. B. Evans and D. J. Evans. Mr. D. Rees (Sunday School superintendent) had charge of the arrangements. The feature of both meetings was the beautiful singing of Miss Annie Rees, the gifted Dowlais soprano, who is a member of the chapel. On Saturday night she sang "Good-bye," and on Sunday. Liddle's "How beautiful are Thy dwell- ings" (84th Psalm) and "Pa Ie mae'r Amen?" NATURE IS ARRAYED in all her glory. Follow her example and array yourself in smart spring attire purchased at the Emporium of Fashion, R T. JONES & Co.'s. Market-sauare. Merthyr Tydfil.

The Welsh Church, Dowlais.

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