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BLAENGARW.

PONTYCYMMER.

NANTYMOEL.

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NANTYMOEL. Mr. George Clarke (Evangelist) will conduct a Mission at Pontycyinmer (Nov. 1st to 11th). Young People's Guild.—The inaugural ad- dress of the Session in connection, with Saron Wei.sh Bantists Young P'eople s Society was given by Councillor Evan Griffiths on. Tues- day evening, under the genual presidency of the Rev. J. Hughes. nastor. Councillor Griffiths, who gave a stirring address on "The Duties, Aims, and Ideals of the Young People of the Age," was heartily thanked for his timely exhortation. Reply to a Sernvcfn.The Workmen's-Iiaii. Nantymoel. was filled on Sunday evening, "when Mr. W. Trainer, I.L.P. organiser, de- livered a sermon from the text Gal. ii. 21. The sermon of Mr. Trainer was intended as a reply to a sermon' delivered1 by the Rev. Glyn I Davies. Rhyl, who at Bethany C'.M. Chapel'on Oct. 11th, from the same text, it was alleged, lnade aiii attack upon Socialists, and declared lie (Mr. Davies) took his religion from the Bible and not from the Clarion." Mr. Trainer, at the close of his discourse, was sub- jected to some interrogations on his remarks. Horse SIIOAY.—A general meeting of the Horse Show Committee was held1 at the Og- more Valley Hotel under the presidency of Mr. Alt. Thomas. The auditors, Messrs. E. Wigmore and T. J. Job. presented' their re- ■ port on the finances of the last show. which t showed a balance in the bank of £42 odd. The success of the show as a first venture was highly gratifying, and it was unanimously re- solved to hold another shew next year. Sir -Clifford Cory, Bart., was elected' president;' Ceti loi- Jenkin Williams, J.P., chairman; Mi-. W. Graves, vice-chairman; Mr. Alf. Thomas, treasurer; Mr. E. A. Hale, general secretary; Mr. W. Wilmott, ifnancial secre- tary, with an executive committee of 25 mem- bers. Ob tiia.ry.-Tlle funeral of the late Mr. Thomas Jones, station-road, took place on October 21st, the bodv being conveyed to Bridgend by train for interment at Coity. I The impressive funeral service at the house was conducted by the Rev. J. A. Roberts. pastor of Bethel WTelsh Congregational Church, Nantymoel, where deceased was a faithful member. The Rev. M. C. Gower Williams officiated at the graveside. The death had oceiii-redi on the previous Saturday after1 a brief illness borne with heroic forti- tude, at the comparatively early age of 32 years. The deceased, who was of a genial and amiable disposition, was held in general esteem and respect and his death is keenly felt by all. The deepest sympathy is felt for the grief stricken young ii-idow and her two children and the other relatives in their try- ing soii-ow.-Wo regret to record the death, after a prolonged illness borne with the ut- most patience and resignation, of Mrs. John, wife of Mi-. Robert John, Oakfield, Blaenogwy, who peacefully passed away on Tuesday. The lady and her' family, Avho are old re- sidents in the place and are held in very high esteem in the district generally, will be greatly missed. The deepest sympathy is felt for the bereaved in their sad affliction.

OGMORE VALE.I

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