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DULAIS VALLEY PARISH COUNCIL

CRYNANT. I

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CRYNANT. I LITERARY SOCIETY. The fortnightly meeting of the above Society was held at Saron Chapel on Monday evening, the chair being occupied by Mr Wm. Lewis, Bryn Dulais. The question for debate was "Is it advisable to read novels." The affirmative was taken up by Mr Noah. Jones, supported by Miss Rosy Jones, and the negative by Mr J. E. Jones (in the. absence of Mr Rhys Jc«es who was indisposed) sup- ported by Miss H. Price, Council School. Others that took part in the discuss- ioii were. Alest3rs.]T a r t in the dI*scuss- ion were Messrs. D. Price, J. Owen Jones, D. Lewis (Anwylfa), John Morgan (Yniswen), Misses Dorothy and Mary Edwards. (Maesyrhaf), and the voting turned out as follows 27 for, and 26 against. The attendance was not up to the usual standard. THE CO-OPERATIVE MOVEMENT un ivionaay evening ot last week, the quarterly branch meeting of the local stores was held at the stores. Mr J. H. Cole, of Skewem, occupying the chr. The report for quarter ending Dec. 30th 1913, was not so favourable as previous ones for many years, the dividlid having declined to half what it used to be, namely Is. in the £ instead of 2s. The sales locally were gl,200, a decrease as compared with the corresponding quarter of last year Two new committee-men for the Central were elected in the persons of Messrs. John James and E. M. Jones, in place of Messrs. G. Cadogan and J. D. Davies, who resigned. L

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