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NANTYMOEL. Coal Trade News.—The workmen at the Ocean Colliery, Nantymoel, tendered a month's notice on Wednesday to terminate work. on account of non-Unionists employed at the colliery. Merched y De.—The picnic arranged by the local branch of the Merched y De for Wednesday had to be abandoned on account of the wet weather. An excellent tea was partaken of by the members at Bethel Vestry where a very large number sat down at the tables and thoroughly enjoyed themselves. Scholastic Success.—At the annual prize distribution in connection with the Llan- dovery College on Tuesday, Master Wyndham Williams, eldest son of Mr. W. D. Williams, manager. Ocean Colliery. Nantymoel, was in the list of prize winners of his college. Mas- ter Wyndham was a former pupil of the Nan- tymoe! Boys' Council School, and his con- tinued success must be highly gratifying to all concerned. Donations.—We are informed that Mr. J. Blandy Jenkins, J.P.. and Mr. J. Boyd Harvey, J.P. (on behalf of North's Naviga*- tion Company), have very generously given a subscription of £100 each towards the new extensions of the Workmen's-hall. The Hall Committee have decided to call a mass meet- ing for the purpose of asking the workmen to take concerted action to augment the funds. The new extensions will shortly be opened by Mr. Blandy Jenkins. Pretty Wedding.—A pretty wedding was solemnised at Tabernacle Independent Chapel, Bridgend, on Wednesday, the con- tracting parties being Mr. David Thomas, Poith, formerly of Pricetown. Nantymoel, and Miss Sarah Evans, dressmaker, Oakfield, Blaenogwy. The bride, who was charm- ingly attired, was given away by her brother, Mr. James Evans, the nuptial ceremony being performed by the Rev. J. A. Roberts, the esteemed pastor of Bethel Welsh Con- gregational Church, Nantymoel. of which the bride was a diligent and faithful member. After the ceremony, the happy couple left for London for the honeymoon. The pre- sents were valuable and numerous. Interment.—On Monday the remains of Mrs. Catherine Edmunds, wife of Mr. David Edmunds, Nantymoel, were conveyed by train to Brynmenin for interment in the graveyard of Betharan Chapel. There was a large attendance, the deceased being an old resident of the neighbourhood. The ser- vices in the chapel and at the graveside were conducted by the Rev. H. Eynon Lewis (Bryncethin), assisted by the Revs. D. C. Evans (Gilfach Goch), J. A. Roberts (Nantymoel) and T. E. Davies (Ogmore Vale). Deceased, who was 68 years of age, was one of a large family, and is survived by two sis- ters and a brother, namely, Mrs. R. Isaacs, Nantymoel; Mrs. J. Lewis. Pwllandras; and Mr. Evan Leyshon. Bryncethin Farm. Anniversary Services.-The annual preach- ing services in connection with Mount Zion English Congregational Church, Nantymoel, were held on Sunday, when the Rev. J. T. Rhys, Aberaman, delivered eloquent sermons to large congregations. The afternoon ser- vice was held at Bethel Welsh Congregational Chapel, where the Rev. E. Moses Evans, Blaengarw, preached a stirring Welsh ser- mon, and Mr. Rhys an English sermon. The singing of the choir, under the able leader- ship of Mr Rhys Williams, was very effective. Master S. Thomas rendered efficient services at the organ. The Rev. W. J. Bryant superintended the services in his usual able manner. On Monday the annual tea and entertainment were held. The tea was well patronised, and the evening concert proved a great success, Mr. F. Pivot presiding over a crowded and appreciative audience. Solos, recitations, duets, and quartettes were ad- mirably rendered by various local artistes, and a most enjoyable evening was spent.

LLANTWIT MAJOR.

TONDU & ABERKENFIG.

PENDOYLAN.

BRYNCETHIN.

GILFACH GOCH.

PENCOED

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