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BLAENGARW.

PONTYCYMMER.

NANTYMOEL.

OGMORE VALE.I

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OGMORE VALE. Mr. George Clarke (Evangelist) will conduct a Mission at Pontycyinmer (Nov. 1st to 11th). Harvest Thanksgiving Services.—Thanks- giving services w ere held at the English Con- gregational Church on Sunday and Monday evening. The Rev. Griffith Evans, B.A., pastor, preached a. series of eloquent sermons to crowded congregations, and on Sunday afternoon) a service of song was rendered by the choir, under the baton of Air. Abel Jones. The sacred edifice had been beautifully decor- ated for the ocasiolL Young People's Soelety.-In connection with the Young People's Society so success- fully carried on at Bethlehem Welsh Baptist Church, the Rev. W. R. Watkins, B.A., Maes- teg, gave a special address OllJ Tuesday even- ing. There was an excellent attendance, and the rev. gentleman! took as his subject, The Message of the Age to the Young People of the Churches," and his remarks were highly appreciated. The Rev. J. A. Humphreys, pastor, pre6idledl. Obituary.—The death occurred on! October 21st, of Mrs. Adams, River-street, mother of Mrs. J. J. Williaiiis, Aherdare Shop, and Mrs. W. Thomas, o-operatli-e Stores. The deceased had been ailing for some time, but her demise was quite. unexpected. She leaves a family of grown up children, who are welil known locally land highly respected. The interment took place at Tyriewytkl Cemetery on. Satur- day afternoon, and the funeral was largely at- tend. The Rev. Griff. Eviiis, B.A., pastor of the church at which the deceased was a faithful member, officiated. Calvary.—A very successful tea and enter- tainment weire held in connection with Cal- vary Band of Hope on Wednesday evening. Miss Polly Boobyer acted as secretary, and the tables were presided over by Miss Lilion James, Mrs. Williams, Mrs. Wareham, Miss A. Jones, Miss H. Jones. Mrs. Walker, Miss Emanuel, Miss Walker. Miss K. Locke, Miss Anstie, Miss Broadway, whilst Mrs. Treharne, Miss Williams, Mrs. Claye, Mrs. Coombes, Mrs. Reede, and Mr. Walker looked after the other departments. A verv interesting com- petitive entertainment followed. Mr. A. Morgan Avon prizes for the best humorous story, best solo, and the, best music reading at sight. Miss Wareham took a prize for an essay. Mr. Geo. Richards facted as adjudi- cator. During the evening Mr. John Lloyd gave several selections on the grainaphone.

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