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CLYDACH NOTES I

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ABERCRAVE MISCEIJjANEOUS MEETING. At Bryn Seion on Wednesday night of last week, a very interesting mis- cellaneous meeting was held. The pastor, Rev. Jj. Lloyd presided over a large gathering. The programme was as follows:- -%I<), Mrs. M. Hart; duett, Misses Martha Williams and E. M.av Jozies; recitation, Miss Na-ncy Williams; solo, Master Tudor Wat- kins polo, Miss Elsie May Jones; UIl- panctuAted reading competition-ad- judicator, Mr David Powell. winner, iMss Ada Jones; recitation, Master W Evans; solo, Miss Kathe Jones; quqartette, Mr Richard WilHams and frids; recitation, Mr Gomer Daniel; quartette, Miss Nellie Davies and friends; best story competition, ad- judicator, Mr Divid Evans, winner, Mr T. E. Lewis quartette. Miss M A Jones and friends recitation, Mr T B Lewis; recitation, Miss L Evans; choir, conducted by Mr T. E. Lewis, who njso organised this rue-cessful mæting. CWRDD CWARTER. The quarterly meeting of Xoddfa Sunday School was held on Sunday evening last. The following took part:—Solos, Misses Eluned Watkins, Maggie Rowlands., Ruth Thomas, B. Rowlands, Mary Jones, Bessie Morris and Masters Tommy Jones and Mel- ven ones; duetts, Masses M Jones and Ruth Thomas; Misses B. Morris "d K. Trotman; recitation, Misses M. Rowlands, Myfanwy Watkins. Myfam- wy Morris, Mary Jones, Ehined Wai- kins, Ruth Thomas, Masters Sydnev Richards, Orwell Jones, Miss Mabel Rowlands, Masters Tommy Jones and j Trevor Grey, Misses Enid Watkins and Maggie Gam bold ?nd J. Jones; j cihorue, Master Wyndhaim Richards and friends; dialogues. Miss Boate Rowlands and friends; Mass E Wat- kins and friends; Messrs. Evan J. Gambold and R. J. Rowlands; chorus Mr Tom Thomas and friends. Mr D. C. Jozies presided, and Mr J. M. Jones was the organist. ——— A meeting of a similar nature was head at Nan/tyffin on the same even- iing, the following taking part:- President, Mr Howell Watkins; solos M isses Lizzie J. Walters and Mary Walters; Master W. Samuel Walters, ter Brynmor Thomas, Miss Bron- wen Watkins; duett, Mrs. E. Jenkims atnd W. S. WTalters; trio and chorus, Mr J. T. Jenkins and friefnds; quar- tette, Mr Thomas John Wralters and friends; octette, Mr Dan Jenkins and friends; recitation, Master Emlyn Evans; Miss 01 wen Evans, Master B Evans, Master Tudor Watkins, Master W. S. Walters, Master Trefor Wat- kins; dialogue, Mr Howel Watkins and friends; organist, Mr Edgair Eva.ns. Choruses by the chofe*j can- duoted by Mr J. T. J enlÜns-, and Mris. Edward Morgaoi (brother and siflter-im-law); Mr and Mrs. Dd. Richards (sister and brother-in-law); Miss Rachel Williams (aunt). Floral tributes were sent from:- Brothers and Sistere, Mr and Mrs. Davlid Watkins (uncle and aunt) Lizzie, Bethlehem Sunday School, His Intimate Friends. Tne death ooourred on Monday afternoon of Mr Thomas Walters, Bryn Glas, brother of the late Mr J. Walters, Llundain Fach, who was buried a fortnight ago at Tynycoed. Deceased had been fairly well in health up to a few days ago, when he was taken suddenly ill, and passed away peacefully on Monday. LECTURE. I At the Church Hall on Monday evening an interesting lecture was de- livered by Alderman Morgan Morgan (High Sheriff of Breconshire), on "A Trip to Palesttine." There was a crowded hall, and the Rev. Lewis Jones presided. The proceeds were devoted to the local S. and S. Fund. EVENING CLASS I Will the inhabitants of the district I talke note that a Mathematics Class I witll com-menca at the Abercrave I Council Schools on Monday evening I next. Teacher, Mr Edward Watkins. I HOME ON LEAV?. A t,- j rm -4 AKA I _1 au I-t:bll.tU Rit ? uci k: l-?l v ltv pleased to see Pte. D. J. Watkins and Dan Watkins, of the aCnad?an Regi- ment for A few days leave. They emigrated to America some years ago, and have arrived in the mother coun- try once more with the intention of joining their firionds on service when their training is oofmpleted. Both look well. Another brother, Pte E. Watkins, is also home from the fight- ing litoe. I COLLIERY ACCIDENT. I Mr Brinley Jones, Morgan street, and Mr Trefor Watkins, Treflemixg, I received injuries to the knee and leg Ion Tuesday afternoon at the Aber- crave coftiory.

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