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MERTHYR RATEPAYERS' ASSOCIATION.

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DOWLAIS.

I Dowlais Whit-Monday -Eisteddfod.

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TRECYNON. ENGLISH VV'ESLEYAN.—Sunday School anniveiw sary servicej werc held at the Public Hall on Sunday. In tho morning, the Rev. Hugh A. Roberts, the popular second minister of the circuit, preached, directing his address mainly to the children. In the afternoon, a children's service was held, presided over by Mr. Rob- erts. Recitations were given bv E. Morgan, Lizzie Thorn ell, Frank Dash, Doris Hiiiier, Edith Davies, Evelyn Hillier, G. Williams; Agnes Dash, Violet Mile-?, Beatrice Davey. Frank Pritchard, Ethel Massey, Gladys Tid. rrmrsb, Gwennie Miles, Edith M. EdwarcLa, Daisy Evans, Alfred Evans; dialogue, Alfred Cousins and Lizzie M. Thomas. Special hymns and anthems were rendered by the choir, con- ducted by Mr. W. Norwood, "Miss C. Arnold f being tho organist. In the evening, Mr. Rob- erts delivered an impressive sermon, his text being a singular one, viz. the whole Book of j Ecclesiastes. His topic was. "How to make I the best of lite." On Monday afternoon, tea j was given at the Schoolroom, the following ladies presiding at the table;:—Mrs. Hewitt, Miss Maggie Williams, Miss Florrie Pritchard, MTS. George Rees, Mrs. Milvertcn. Mrs. Bloomfield, Miss Thomas, and Miss Ruff. Mr. Cousins brewed the tea, and Miss Arnold acted as secretary.

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