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Tabernacle, Merthyr. The annual Sunday School anniversary oi this Church vas held on Sunday, and proved a great success. The morning was devoted to devotional services, when several mem ,-ers took part. The afi- -on was set- apart- for the young scholars of the Sunday School, tl-f superintendent, Mr. J. D. Price, taking the hair. A good programme of sacred soncs and solos was gone through, with great credit to all who took part, viz. :—Solo, ,Miss Ceridwen Davies; recitation, Master Thos. W. Rees recitation, Master Hy. Bor den: solo, Master John Charles Price; recitation, Master Ber, Bowden duet, Misses Mariona Williams and Sarah Jane Lewis recitations, Miss Maggie Jane Price and Miss Sarah Jane Lewis; hymn tune. Sunday School Choir recitation, Master Geope Griffiths, solo, Master Tom Davies: solo, Miss Macgie Mary Williams; solo, Miss Harriet Bowden solo, Miss Gladys Bowden solo, Miss Mary Owen; solo, Miss Myfanwy Joseph; reci- tations, Miss Sarah Owen, Miss Bronwen Pusih. and Miss Maggie Bov. en; solo, Miss Nellie Harris; recitation. Master Islwyn Davies; solo, Miss Annie M. Morgan; solo, Master Wm. John Bow den; solo, Miss Marionwen Pugh; solo. Master D. Morgan; duet, the Misses Lizzie Davies and Sarah Ann Pearce. Credit is due to the superintendent for the way the children had been trained. The evening meeting was presided over by the adult Sunday School superintendent, Mr Daniel Roderick, and the following programme was gone through :—Recitation. Mr. Rees Price solo, Mr. Evan Roderick; dialogue, Misses- Blodwen Jenkins and Sarah Ann Bow-en recitation, Mr. John Griffiths solo, Mr. Roderick Roderick; recitation, Mr. Wm. Davies; glee. Mr. Hugh Morris and party; dialogue, Miss Maggie Morgan and friends; solo, Miss Mary Owen recitation. Master Rufus Roberts; solo. Mr. Trevor Mor.an and Mr. E. J. John (leuan Dyfed) terminated a very enjoyable evening by a prayer. On Monday the annual monstre tea and concert were held, and proved very successful. The ladies presiding at the tables were:—Miss Jones (Llewellyn-street), Mrs. George Morgan, Mrs. John Rees, Mrs. Bevan (Brecon-road). Mrs. Abraham (Penydarren), Mrs. Harris (Penydarren), Mrs. D. Vaughan, Mrs. Smith (Church-terrace, Quarr), Miss Thomas (Morgan- town), Miss Lewis (Fir Tree House), Miss J. M. Roberts, Miss Roberts (Georgetown), Mrs. George Powell (Hanover-street), Mrs. John Griffiths (Penydarren). Mrs. Viekery (Ynysgau- street), Mrs. Matthew Edwards (Stuart-street). On Monday evening a solo competition concert was held, the singing being noted throughout for its high standard. The adjudicators, who had a big task in hand, but who apparently gav every satisfaction, were:—Mr. David Morris, organist, and another tentleman, from Peny- darren. The secretarial work was efficiently done by Mr. J. D. Price, and Mr. Evan Thomas acted as treasurer. The chairman of the evening was Mr. R. Davies (Hirwain fab). The chapel choir, at the commencement of the proceedings, gave an intelligent rendering of Y Gwlithyn," by W. T. Rees (Alaw Ddu), under the con- ductorship of Mr. D. Morris, and a descriptive recitation, The Shipwreck at Aberafon," I was given by Miss Annie Haines. The competition then took place as f o' lows W. E. Jones. Penrheol, Llwybr yr Wyddfa;" Mr. John Price, Twyn, Eisiau Marw Mr. E. J. Harris. Abercanaid, "Merch y Cadben"; Mr. John Morgan, Heolgerrig, "Arm, arm, ye brave;" Mr. Thomas Davies, Heolgerrig, By Native Worth"; Miss A. Davies, Merthyr, "B'le mae fy mam"; Mr. Rowlands, Ynysfach, "HBll Gerddor Mrs. Sophia Williams, Twyn, Star of Bethlehem;" Mr. Evan Lewis, Penydarren, Hen Gerddor"; Miss Dolly Jones, Merthyr, "The Sky-lark"; Mr. Rd. Owen, Merthyr, Comfort ye, My People Miss Blodwen J 0Des, Flora." The first prize was divided between Mr. Richard Owen, Merthyr, and Mrs. Sophia Williams, Twynrodyn, and the second prize was awarded to Mr. Evan Lewis, Penydarren. The prizes were handed to the winners by Miss Morris, Stii art- street, Mrs. M. J. Price, and Miss 3faggie M. Price, Brecon-road. Mr. Griffiths, G. and L., and Mr. J. Thomas, A.L.C.M., accom- panied. --#

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