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PONTLOTTYN. I A WALK OVER.-As briefly stated in our last issue, Councillor B. Hughes was on Thursday returned unopposed for another term on the Gellieaer Urban Council, which announcement has given general satisfaction. That the old member has been allowed a walk over was not unex- pected, inasmuch as Mr Hughes has proved a most active and capable repre- sentative, and has fearlessly kept to the front the needs of the Ward. He has devoted considerable time to the arduous duties, and what is more important still, the work of the various committees, viz., Housing, Health, Public Works, &c., &c., has been followed up with that determin- ation and earnestness which have characterised his work on the School Managers' Committee, as an Overseer for the parish, and on the Governors of the Gelligaer County Schools. REHEARSAL.—On Sunday afternoon, a further rehearsal in connection with the cymanfa ganu of the Welsh Baptist Churches, was held at Zoar Chapel. The choirsters assembled in good numbers, and, under the able baton of Professor J. T. Jones, R.A.M., Treorchy, gave inspiring renderings of the hymn tunes and anthems from the festival programme. A CORRECTION.—In a paragraph which appeared in our last issue, dealing with the the transfer of the Cosy Cinema, we inad- vertently stated that Mr Will Evans wafci joined with Mr Eric Rees in the partner- ship. It should have been Mr Harry Rees, a brother of Mr Eric Rees, the well-known optician. The popularity of the name un- doubtedly led to the mistake. EASTER ATTRACTION.—The members of the Band of Hope in connection with the Bethel English Baptist Chapel are busy preparing the cantata, Cold Water Con- cert," which they intend performing at the Chapel on Easter Monday. We feel sure that the members of the church and the public generally will rally round Mr J. Evans, the young conductor, and his choir, and ensure the success of the performance. BAPTISM.—At the evening service at Zoar Chapel, on Sunday evening, the solemn rites of Baptism were administered by the Rev. R. G. Hughes, the respected pastor, to three candidates in the presence a good congregation. The service was a most impressive one, and, by request, Pro- fessor J. T. Jones, R.A.M., organist and conductor of Noddfa Chapel, Treorky, gave fine performances on the organ of the Hallelujah Chorus and We never will bow down (Handel). LECTURE.—On Monday evening, under the auspices of Salem Welsh Wesleyan Chapel, Mr W. O. Jones, Merthyr, whose literary abilities are widely known, delivered his popular lsotara entitled 11 Alawou Gwerin" at Zoar Vestry, before an excellent audience. Councillor David Hopkins ably presided. Mr Jones dealt with his subject in a masterly manner, and the lecture proved an intellectual treat. At the close, upon the proposition of Mr Havard, manager of Labour Exchange, a hearty vote of thanks was passed to the Lecturer, Councillor Hopkins for pre- siding, and to the Zoar Church for the loan of the building.

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