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TROEDYRHIW.

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TROEDYRHIW. FISH FOB LENT.—Kindly place your orders early with OLIVER A. BOWN, Fishmonger, 36, High-street (four doors below Howfield's). Satisfaction guaranteed. CARMEL CHURCH.—Half-yearly meetings were held on Sunday and Monday in connection with Carmel Welsh Baptist Chapel. Large congregations attended the servioes, and excel- lent sermons were delivered by the Revs. R. W. Davies, Pontardulais, and J. Lloyd Wil- liams, Park Chapel, Merthyr. On Sunday after- noon an English sermon was preached by the Rev. J. Lloyd Williams. The singing, led by Mr. Henry Smith (precentor) was of a high order. MISSIONS.—On Sunday, missionary services were held at the Parish Church (St.. John's), the preacher being Canon Buckley, of Llan- daff, who delivered appropriate sermons. The Canon referred to his last visit to Troedyrhiw many years ago on a similar occasion, and stated he then took for his'text, "Open ye the gates," and the gates were opened. On Sunday his text was, "Come and help us." In his char- acteristic style, he blended the two together. In the afternoon, the members of the Church of England Men's Society were presented with badges and certificates. A large number at- tended, and tho services were very impressive. The offertories exceeded all prvious records.

MERTHYR VALE.

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Former Aberdare Doctor.

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ABERDARE CYM RODORION.

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