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Porth. r Successful special meetings were, held at Salem (W.B J) Chapel on Monday under the auspices of the Porth Free Church Council, when the Rev. Thomas Phillips, B.A., the famous social worker of Blooms- bury, addressed very large and attentive audiences. The rev. gentleman took for his discourse in the evening, The Romance and Pity of Institutional, Work in Central London." The address proved highly interesting, and was much appre- ciated. Sister Maggie—a notable Chris- tian worker—also addressed the meetings. Tuesday of last week proved a veritable red-letter day for Mr. G. F. Martyn, the amiable conductor of the Cummer Col- liery Brass Band, when the members of the band presented him with a very beau- tiful silver-mounted baton. It was at band practice the wielder of the baton was agreeably surprised by Mr. J. Brown, the .grand old man of the band, stepping forward, and in a brief speech on behalf of the members, express- ing their deep respect and admiration, asked him to accept the present as a token of their esteem. Mr. W. Wooby and other members also testified to the respect in which their popular conductor was held. -Mr. Martyn, in responding, thanked them in appropriate terms for their beautiful present.

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