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CWMBACH. SOOIAXISM.—A well attended meeting WM held under the auspices of the I.L.P. at the Cwmbach Square on Friday evening last, when Mr. G. EL Bibbings delivered an adaress upon "Sociaiism." Very strong remarks were made anent the wealth and poverty of this country, and various other points were also dealt with by him. Questions were invited, but only one was asked, viz.: "What was Mr. Bibbingss opinion of the Budget?" In reply, Mr. Bib- bings thought it was an admirable ono on the whole. Mi-. Matt Lewis, of Aberaman, was tne chairman. DEMONSTRATION.—On Monday, the annual demonstration in connection with the Noncon- formist Sunday schools of the village was held in extremely propitious weather. A large num- ber turned out; tho following schools being represented: Bryn Seion (Cong.), and its two branches, Carmel and Soar; Ebenezer (C.M.); Bethania (B.), and its branch at Penuel, and the Primitive Methodists. The procession start- ed shortly after mid-day from )3ryn Seian Chapel, and passed along Duffryn-road and Tir- founder-road to the Canal Bank, then past the Co-operative Stores, to the Square. The united choir, comprising choristers from each school, saner 'hymn tunes en route, under the conduc- torship of Mr. Sam Davies (Ebenezer). At tho Square addresses were delivered by the Rev. Joseph Jones (B.), and the Rev. R. Roberts (C.M.). The children and edults then repaired to their respective schoolrooms for tea; The following presided at the tables or assisted in other wavs:—Primitive Methodist Church: Mrs. Collins, Mrs. Watts, Mrs. Maggs, Mrs. G. E. Parfitt, Mrs. Ellis and Mrs. Da-vi-es, Mr. John Aubrey, Mr. Richard Phillips, Mr. Wil- liam Maggs, Mrs. T. Daniel, Mr. Robert Bailey (secretarv), and Mr. Thomas Bowen (treasurer). Ebenezer Welsh C.M. Church: Misses Winnie Jones, Agnes Evans, Mr. William Williams, Misses Alicia Davies, Myfanwy WiUiams, Mary Ann Davies, Sarah Jane Thomas, Elizabeth Da- vies, Idwal Davies. Mary Lewis, Jane Davies, Mary Sheppard, Sarah Lewis. Elizabeth Hughes and Cassie Griffiths, Messrs. Gwilym Davies Da- vid Walters, Walter Ditton. Miss Thomas, Mrs. John Phillips, Messrs. J. Edwards, David Da- vies, D. J. Lewis, Mrs. Williams, Evan Edwards (secretary), Gomer James (treasurer), and Wil- lie Davies. Carmol Sunday School: Misses Kato Daniel, Sarah Lewis, Maggie Daniel, S. Jane Bufton, Mrs. Lizzie Griffiths, Mrs. Bufton, .< ■ Miss Eunice Bufton Miss Annie Bufton. Miss I Jane Nicholas, Mr. David Davies, Mrs. Ä. Da.- vies, Mrs. Hughes, Miss Mary Hugftes, Mrs. E. Hughes, Miss M. J. Lewie Messrs. Lewis James, James Hughes, Thomas Lewis, Rees Jones, Thomas EvAns, John Daniel, Rees Price. Ed- ward Bofton, Mr. Richard Lewis (secretary),, and Mr. James Thomas (treasurer). SERVANTS can easily be obtained by the use of a sma" Want Ad. in these columns. State your requirements, and you will be sure to jcet 3uite<S at once.

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