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CWMTWRCH-WMLL YNFELL I A student from Carmarthen College occupied the pulpit at Ebenezer on Sun- day, and Councillor Lewis Thomas will preach there next Sunday. During the evening the Ebenezer choir, under the leadership of Mr. Dd. Davies, L.T.S.C., will render a. fine programme of music, consisting of some of the anthems out of the oratorio "Josiah." "A Trip to Japan" was the subject shown on the screen at the Temperance Hall last Saturday, before a large audience. Mr. Evan Kinsey explaine,d the different views in an interesting manner. Next Tuesday another series of pictures will be shown at the same place. I We are sorry to learn that the Rev. John Rees, Cwmllynfell, is seriously ill. The rev. gentleman has been very unwell for the last few months, but latterly his condition has given rise to anxiety. Much sympathy is felt throughout the district with him, and we earnestly hope that he will have a speedy recovery. We also regret to learn that Mr. Dd. J. Thomas, late manager of the Blaen- caegurwen Colliery, is very unwell. He, too, has been ailing for a considerable period. Dick Wii.i tti.ngtoii and his Cat" has been staged at Cwmllynfell lately by a London company. This week they per- form "East Lynne. Councillor Lewis Thomas (Gwys) de- livered able sermons at Cwmllynfell Chapel on Sunday, whilst the Rev. J. Jeremy Jones (pastor) preached at Llan- elly. Lieutenants How-el aid Tom Lewis, sons of Mr. Howel Lewis, have been home for a few days' leave. Lieut. Tom Lewis re- turned to Bedford on Wednesday with the best wishes of his numerous acquaint- ances. Private Wm. Davies, of the Royal Field Artillery, has been home on fur- lough lately. He is stationed at Win- chester, and returned on Saturday. Nothing pleases the boys at the Front so much as news (If home. Send them the "Llais" every week. ENGLISH MISSION HALL. Dochivuwyd cyfres o gyfarfodydd efeng- ylu yn y lie uchod nos Sadwrn diweddaf, pryd y cafwyd gwasanaeth Mr. David Mathews, Forestfa-ch, a Mr. Wm. Grif- fiths, Maesteg. Yr oedd y lie yn orlawn oddeutu awr cyn amser penbdedig y cyfar- fod, a llu yn gorfod a-ros alTan oherwydd printirr lie. Rhoddwyd benthyg capel Ebenezer i'r frawdoliaeth yi-na am 8 o'r gloch nos Sul i gynal cvfarfod, er mwyn i bawb gael mantais i glywed y dynion uchod, a chafwyd un o'r cyfarfodydd goreu a. fu yn y lie. Erys y ddau yma. i gynal cyfa-rfodydd yn Nghapel Eben- ezer hyd nos I a-u. CYMDEITHAS GYMRAEG GWYS. I Cynaliwyd y gymdeithas uchod nos Iau: yn y lie arferol, pryd darllenodd Mr. Eva.!1 Kinsey bapur dyddorol dros ben ar "Bwysigrwvdd Iechyd." Cafwyd cynulliad da y tro hwn, a s'arad hwylus ar gyfeiriadau. y paur ardderchog. Llyw- yddwyd gaii Mr. T. R. Thomas, a chaw- som lu o wersi ganddo yn ystod y cyfar- fod. Nos Iau Tiesaf bydd yma gyfarfod amrywieethol, p:yd y cymerir rhan gan dnleV-tau 11 col. Diswvliwn wledd o'r iawn ryw.


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