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ORYNAMMAN. I At St. Catherine Church, I!fyn tinmfit), the Iter. E. Jenkyna Davies (rieart QfiHn1. ing, the mortal remain^ at Mrs. Sarah Morgan (Tar-,i fnii, TAirnpetai-) w -t i ii- terred on Tues<lay. T)f^asp"! db » while on a few days' visit to Mr and Mf*. Her- bert Thomas. Mountain-road. She was 53 voars of -!Ze. A mwting waq held at Bethaiiia, Tlho-- amman, on Tuesday evening to celebrate the bicentenary of the 6looiiont preacher and hymne»lo^ist, Re-t. W. Pantyoolyn. The Rev, Jclin I/iewplyn pre- sided, and the Rev. W. Ohiwuint Jmios (Dunvant) delivered a stirring lecture end a-a enjoyable programme wsj provided. The death of Mtt, Daniel Phillip*, Mount Pleasant, Bryna-mman, occurred on Sunday at Swansea H<wpital from In- ternal causes. Deceased, who was 25 yeirs of age. vrfla a daughter of Mr. and Mr*. Dd. Fivans. Canon-street, Lowrr Brvn- amtnan. Bhe leaves a lin*bfifld and one child. A leoture was given by Mr. R, C. Phelps, Agriuultural Organisation Sosi* ety. The Rer. E. Jenkjn Mvift (viear) preeided. The lecturer dealt with the importance of getting the beat of plots of I land. Since tb. great revival brought about by the war in the cultivation of the land. 14outh Wales hud done as well as any part in the Kin^doso. of i iianl-,s were accorded the chairman and lecturer, moved by Mes«r3. nfl. IJowells, treasurer, and T. Morris" Walters. The ueoretary, Mr. W. J. Thoma", aleo ad- d ratted the meeting.

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