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PENRHIWCEIBER. I ^,N^T7AL MEETINGS.—The annual meetings held in connection with Bethesda English Bao- tist Chapel took place on Sunday and Monday, when sermons were preached by the Rev. T. Panav John, Barry Dock. Collections were in aid of the building fund. UBITTJAKY.—The many friends of PoUce-Sarft. ri r'V<?u' Station, will regret to hear.of ths death of his wife, who passed away on Wednes- day morning, a.fter an illness extending over nearly six months. The deceased lädy was a native of Pentrebach. and since her 'advent into the district nearly thirteen years ago. she had won the yegpectT and esteem of the inhabitants. She will be greatly missed by the member., of St. Winifred's Church, of which she was a member, and her husband a churchwarden. Great fcyfnpathy is expressed with P.S. Bryer and his son. WEDDING,—-The wedding toolc place on Mon- day. at Pontypridd, of Miss M. A. Reynolds, Harcourt-ten.-y.ee, and late of Hendrewen, Fish- guard, and Mr. Daniel Jsnkin?, Harcourt- terrace. The bride, who WK given away by Mr. William Jenkins. was attired in a dress of palo blue, trimmed with lace, with hat to match. Mrs. D. Davies and Miss Jenkins (the bridesmaids) wore cream-coloured dresses, and hats to match. Mr. David Davies acted as best mam After the ceremony, the party returned to No. 4, Harcourt-terraco, where the wedding breakfast was partaken of. and a large number of guests and relatives were present. The happy couple were the recipients of a large number of presents. They afterwards left for Bournemouth for the honeymoon. CYMANFA GANTT.—On Monday, the annual si no? rig festival in connection with the Welsh Calvmistic Methodist Churches of the lower district of Aberdare was held. The churches included Bethlehem and Noddfa, Mouhtain Ash; Moriah,:5';M.iskin; Tabernacle, Abercynon; Hermon, PoiiVfiiwcoibcr and Jeru- salem, Ynysybwl. Tlic .coTiductor was Mr. Toni Price, Merthyr, and the organist. Mr, Griffith Morgan, Penrhiwceiber. The officals of the committee were-Chairmen of rehear- sals, Revs. M. D. Jones. Bethlehem, and J.1). I Jones, Ynysybwl; conductor of rehearsals, MT. D. J. Price, Abercynon. The committee fn- I cluded Mr. D. J. Price (chairman). Mr. R. A. Edwards (vice-chairman). Mr. R. Erasmus (treasurer), and Messrs. W. Davies and D. T. Theophilus (secretaries). The officials provided refreshments at Hermon Vestry for visitors and friends, of wlvich a large number partook. The tables wera presided over by Miss Jones, Quarry House; Mrs. Thomas, Mrs. Davies, [ Ba#lw*t^xaqe £ MfftJfenes.. M.K* J. Jones, Harris-terrace; Mrs. Taylor, Tany- coed; and Mrs. S and T. Williams, Belle Vue- street. The first meeting was held at 10.30 a.m. and there was a Large number present. Mr. D. J Price, Abercynon, presided, and the following hymn-tunes were sung:—"Llanddow- i ror," "Hanover," "Deganwy," and the anthem, "Ti. Arglwydd, yw ein Duw ni" (T. Price). At the afternoon scrvice, the Rev. J. O. Jenkins, Noddfa, presided, and opened with the reading Of Scripture and prayer. The following hymn- times were beautifully rendered"Melton," "Blackbourne," "Glan Elyrcli," "Alexandria," "Joseph," and the anthem, "How amiable are Thy Tabernacles" (Dr. Parry), was finely sung. At the evening meeting, the chapel was chowd- ed, and many were unable to obtain admission. The Rev. D. Jones, M.A., Penrhiwcciber, pre- sided, and the hymns sung included: "Coven- ant," "Bodawen," "Farrant," "Rhosesmor," the anthem, "Dan Wawd yn Gaeth" (D. Emlyn Evans), and a trio by Miss Kendry, Mr. M. Jones and Mr. Williams, which was greatly 1- preciated

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