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MYNYDD MAWR.I

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DAFEN. i i 1 Daren was the centre of attraction, on Tues- day last, when the Rev. T. R. Williams, late of Newcastle Ernlyn, was installed as pastor of [aseanner Baptist Chapel. There was a I large number of local and other ministers present., the special preachers being the Rev. I Cynog Williams, Heolyfelin, and T. ldwal. iloties, Drefacli, assisted by other eminent leaders, the sacred edifice being crowded, Mr. Williams is the second pastor since the building of the chapel, and we are pleased to j learn that an awakening is already evident by the increased attendance at divine worship and applications for membership. We wish j pastor and church members God's blessing, j and may the same spirit prevail between the j different sects as in the past successful niinistrv of the Rev. P. Phillips, who recently resigned the pastorate after a successful i.mitii- of over 43 years. i The schohirs of the local day school had ih'r halfday holiday for good attend— ":u:e 011 Friday A number nf C'1¡1dlC:: expelled from the borough schools are attend^ ing the above school -0- A marriage by licence was solemnized at St Michael's Church, on Sunday last, between Mr. William Chapman, aerated water manu- facturer, Llangermech, and Miss S. J. Evans, Exchange Row, Dafen. The Rev J. B. Jones, M.A., vicar, officiated. We wish them long life aId prosperity. |

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