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CWMTWRCH. I At the meeting of the Lower Cwm- twrch Welsh Society on Monday even- ing,. Mr. J. Dyfrig Owen presiding, a lecture was delivered by Mr. Enoch Hughes (late paster of Bethel), on the subject '-Ei.. n Ia.ith, Ein Gwlad, Ein Cenedl." There was a good attendance, and the lecture was greatly appreciated. Next week the Rev. W. T. Hughes, of Beulah, will deliver a lecture. We regret to announce the death of the youngest chiLd of Mr. ajid Mrs. Dl. Davies, Bryneithin, Cwmtwrch, which took place during the week-end. The funeral on Tuesday was largely attend- ed when the remains. of the little one were interred at Bethunia burial ground, the Rev. W. T. Hughes officiating. Much sympathy is felt with the bereaved parents in their sad trial. The many friends of Miss May Davies (Eithin- ferch), sister of the young child buried, will be sorry to hear of her serious ill- ness, and also of her other young sister, Eiranwen. "Eithinferch" has delighted ma-iiv thousands at our concerts and eis- teddfodau with her brilliant elocu- tion, and it the wish of all that the two sisters wiU get a speedy recovery. Private W. J. Givens (Cwmphil) is this week home from France, where he has been for a considerable time "doing his bit" as a motor driver in the Army Transport Department. His many friends will gi/e him a hearty welcome. Mr. Givens' son is also home, Pi-ivateGiveiis, of the, Breckaocks, who haa been sta- tioned at Pembroke. He also looks well.

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