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KENFIG HilL. Your old friend, Tom Jepson. is now Pro- prietor of the York Hotel, Bridgend. Call and see him. Aberbaiden Colliery Enterprise.—Baldwins, Ltd.. are now opening a new colliery at Cwm Cynffig, and the whole front of the mountain from Ffynon Togo to the new colliery mouth is lit up every night by electricity. Elim Welsh Congregational.—The temper- ance branch of this church held the first of a series of monthly meetings on Thursday evening last week. Councillor D. H. Price, J.P., presided, and gave a very instructive and interesting address on Temperance Legislation." Addresses were also given by Messrs. T. Jenkins, Pyle; William Lewis, Crowni-road; Edward Rowe, James, Howell, and John Lloyd, High-street. Mesdames Williams, M. J. Jenkins and Hugh rendered solos, and Mr. B. Richards gave a recitation. Service of Song.—On Monday evening a very interesting service or song, "Battle of Life," was given by the English Baptist Choir and Nebo Welsh Baptist Chapel, kindly lent for the occasion. The couductor, Mr. A. Jones, must be complimented upon the per- forance, inasmuch as he had to recruit his singers, and in a comparatively short space of time taught them fifteen difficult tunes. Mr. T. J. Davies presided, the reader being Mr. J. Freear, pastor. Mrs. Morgan ably mani- pulated the organ. There was a good audi- ence of attentive listeners. DISTRIBUTION OF PRIZES. At the Bryndu Schools, on Saturday even- ing, prizes and certificates were distributed to the successful students of the Technical Classes by Mossm. Rees Rees and T. J. Davies. The following were presented with books: -Music: Miss R. Fahian and Miss M. Caswell. Ambulance: T. Davies and Mr. Rees Brown. Mechanics: Mr. T. M. Jen- kins, Mr. T. G. Thomas, Mr. E. J. Thomas, Mr. B. Thomas, Mr. J. F. Howell. Mathe- matics: Mr. Morgan Harding and Mr. Ed- mund J. Williams.' Certificates (Glamorgan County Council): 1st class in Music, Mr. Abraham Kingdom; Mining and Geology: Messrs. D. J. Edwards, T. J. Reece, John Watkins, Joshua Williams, Evan Evans, David Edwards, E. R. Howell. E. A. B. Howe, and E. J. Williams; Board of Education cer tifieates-Mining, Messrs. John Watkins, Joshua Williams, D. J. Edwards, E. R. Howell, and E. A. B. Howe.

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