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THE NATIONAL INSTITUTE FOR THE BLIND I The Rev. David Griffiths, of Manchester, The Rev. David Griffiths, of Manc h ester, will deliver a lecture at Ebenezer Chapel on Wednesday evenling next, December 11th, at 7 p.m., in aid of the above Institute. The Institute, in addition to iis far-reaching and varied work for the blind in general, is en- gaged in the training and after care of the soldiers and sailors at St. Dunstan' s Hostel, blinded in the war. The beneficent work accomplished by the Institute, under the distinguished patronage of Their Majesties the King and Queen and Queen Alexandra, and under the presidency of Sir Arthur Pearson, Bart., G.C.B.E., will, we feel sure, appeal to the Ammanford public, and the tickets now on sale throughout the town will, it is to be sincerely hoped, find a ready sale. It is also to be hoped that Ebenezer Chapel will be filled with interested hearers, for the Rev. David Griffiths, himself blind, who, previous to the war was a minlister at Colwyn Bay, is now chaplain to the Institute, will have an entrancing story to tell. He is a gentleman possessed of great eloquence, capable of "doming his tale with wit and anecdote, and of embellishing it with much native humour. The lecture is organised by the Free Church Council, and the president, Mr. W. Cathan Davies, will preside.

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