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NANTYMOEL.

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NANTYMOEL. Young People's Guild.—On Thursday event- ing, under the auspices of Dinam C.M. Young People's Guild, Mr. E. J. Richardis, B.A., Barry, read1 a very interesting paper oil Athroniaeth" at Dinam Lecture-hall. The Rev. J. T. Davies, the esteemed and able pastor of Dinam, presided in his usual genial manner over a good! attendance. Mr. Rich- ards was cordially thanked for his services. Funeral.—The funeral of Mrs. John, the ^esteemed wife of Mr. Robert John Oakfield, Blaenogwy, took place on Saturday, and was 'Very 'largely attended by a representative as- semblage. The Rev. J. M. Phillips (Bethany) semblage. The Rev. J. M. Phillips (Bethany) and Rev. M. J. Mills (Gilead) conducted im- I pressive services at the house and graveside. The interment was made in the Blaenogwr "Cemetery amid every manifestation of mourn- ing. The deepest sympathy prevails for the bereaved family in their sorrow. Lantern Lecture.—On Monday evening, at the Workm en' s h a 11, Nantymoel, Mr. Henry Davies, director of mining under the Glamor- gan County Council, gave his very instruc- tive and interesting lantern lecture, Mines and Miners;" to a large and appreciative •audience. Mr. Davies detailed the various conditions of mining in various parts of the Globe, and his smart witticisms and sallies were excellently pourtrayed as "in-betweens." Mr. D. L. Richards, manager, Wyndham Col- lieries, proved himself an ideal chairman. Votes of thanks terminated the proceedings. Cwrddau M-awr.-The, bi-yearly preaching services at Saron Welsh Baptist Church, 'Nantymoel, were held oil., Sunday and Mon- day last, when the Rev. nugh Jones, Llan- elly, and the Rev. E. Wat kins, Lougher, de- livered! powerful and masterly discourses to crowded and appreciative congregations. The singing of the choir, under the capable leadership of Mr. David' Bowen, was very pleasing, and Miss Rachel Thomas presided1 at the organ, in her usual effective manner. N't The series of services were superintended by the Rev. J. Hughes, whose able ministrations at the church at £ >aron for over a quarter of a. century have been crowned with great suc- cess. Substantial collections were made to- wards the building fund. Workmen's Hall and Institute.—The all- intal meeting in connection' with the Work- men's Hall and' Inst,itnte was held on Satur- day evening, Mr. Rhys Williams presiding over a fair attendance. The auditors, Messrs. Owen Lewis and Lewis Hopkins, pre- sented their report, and the same was ac- cepted. The election; of members on the hall council for the ensuing year resulted as fol- JOWlS: W Jndihial11 representatives, Messrs. T. Matthias, W. Gorvini, John Jenkins, W. Exley, J. Hopkins, Lewis Hopkins, and John: .Jones; Ocean representatives, Messrs. David .Jones, R. G. Lord, Henry Edwards, James Roach, J. H. Jenkins, W. Morgan and Edwinl .Jenkins; general public representative, Mr. T. J. Job.

GILFACH GOCH.

OGMORE VALE.

AIR RIFLE SHOOTING. ♦——-

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GARW^MINERS' AGENT. ♦ ..----

EISTEDDFOD AT NANTYMOEL.

THE GLAMORGAN HOUNDS.

ABER AND NANTHIR SOHOOLS.I

ILLANGEINOR HOUNDS.

CAMBRIAN SCHOOL OF MINING.

WORDS OF WISDOM.

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