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BLAENGARW. Mr. George Clarke (Evangelist) will conduct t- a Mi ssioiT at Pontycyinmer (Nov. lot to 11th). I Free Church Council Mission.—The series of meetings in connection with the Ganv Free Church Council for Blaenganv district com- menced on Monday night and will'extend over, to-night. The preacher is Prof. Keri Evans, M.A., Carmarthen. The meetings are con- ducted at the Tabernacle in Welsh, and will be feucceeded1 by a series of English services to be held at Trinity. Notices.—The notices tendered against the non-Unionists at the International Collieries expire to-morrow, but at the time of writing there were hopes of a stoDpage being averted. The number of iron-Unionists at the outset was not very great, and no efforts have been spared this week to get all into the ranks. It was expected! that the remaining few will pay their fees before Saturday. Surpliced Choir at St. James's.—Services of thanksgiving for the ingathering of the har- -vest were held at St. James's Church on Sun- day and' Monday. The sacred edifice was ar- tistically decorated with a. profusion of fruit, vegetables, and flowers, which reflected great credit to all concerned. The services on Sunday were exceptionally well attended, especially at night, when' the building was literally crowded and' peonle were compelled to turn, away unable to oaiii, admission. The preacher on Sunday was the Rev. T. J. Rich- ards, Canton, Cardiff, whose sermons were much -enjoyed. The rev. gentleman also de- livered all address to the children at the afternoon service. The singing was con- ducted by Mr. W. Pluminer, who also mani- pulated the organ. For the first time in the history of the church members of the choir wore surplices. The anthem, Praise the Lord God'' was rendered in good style. The service on Monday iweht was another great success, many people having to be turned away. The preacher was the. Rev. D. James, B.A., Vicar of Cadoxton-juxta-Neath.

PONTYCYMMER.

NANTYMOEL.

OGMORE VALE.I

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