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Temperance Festival at Treorchy.

Penile Lads' Brigade.

Linesman's Smart Work.

----,--A "Combine" Trip


The Case of Hermon Tonypandy


The Case of Hermon Tonypandy At the Sotith Wales Quarterly Associa- tion, held at Dbwlais on Tuesday, the Rev. W. J. Williams (Moderator) pre- siding, the above case was brought for- ward. A committee, consisting of two repre- sentatives from eaoh Monthly Meeting, had been appointed by the Association held at Cilgerran in April to investigate the whole affair from its commencement, and this committee was expected to give its report on Tuesday. The above committee met on Monday evening, and the only report the secre- tary, the Rev. John Morgan, Aberdare, had to give was as. follows1:—They had looked into the caae, and had found they had much work to do. They had no report to give, only they, had come to the conclusion that it was very necessary to visit the, place, in order to see* to the value of the building, the number of com- municants, their financial position, and its spiritual aspect.. For this purpose they had appointed a sulj-committee. These were the Revs. J. Davies, Pandy; Walter James, Llangattock; Evan Harries, E. Thomas, Port Talbot; and Mr. John Morgan, solicitor, Cardiff. They pro- mised to have the report ready for the next Association, which will be held at New Quay on October 5tli next.

Mid-Rhondda & District Chamber…

Penillion Coffadwriaethol


Lawn Tennis Notes.I


I■--I The Property Market.'



IMusical Scholarship for Porth…

Aberavon (Port Talbot) Horse…


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