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CAE WF HILLY.

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CAE WF HILLY. M.J. FETED.-At the Clive Arms Hotel, ex-Sergeant Lewis Jones, of Caerphilly, was presented with the Military Medal and a purse of notes by Mrs Glenton (wife of ex-Paymas- ter Glenton, R.N.R.,) on behalf of the local branch of the Welsh National Federation of Discharged Soldiers. The chair was occupied by Mr Rossi- ter, Bargoed.' « < FESTIVAL.The annual Cymanfa Ganu in connection with the Welsh Churches of Senghenydd and Aber- tridwr was held on Christmas Day, the conductor being Mr W. Howell, Porth. For the best hymn tune the prize was awarded to Mr Thomas Thomas, High-street, Abertridwr, whilst for the best hymn verses the Rev. E. Thomas, Senghenydd, se- cured the award. The Cymanfa pro- gramme contained a number of hymn. composed by looai xamioiaas.

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