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I-PONTYEATES.i I P0NTYEATES. We have this week to record the death of one of our oldest inhabitants in the person of Mr. David Rowlands, Wepner Road. The deceased had ceased working for years on account of senile debility, and although he did not, suffer from any specific disease, it had been evident for a long time that he was gradually failing. The deceased was 88 years of age. The funeral took place on Tuesday, and lis mortal remains were laid to rest at Nazareth Cemetery. The officiating minister was the ReN. D. Gorlech Jones. Thedeceasoed leaves three married sons and one sister, who mourn his departure, and we lender them our heartfelt sympathy in tlieir bereavement. o- Pontyeates Station, on the Burry Port and fhvendraeth Valley Railway, is being pushed on with all possible speed. Even Sunday is i not taken as a day of leei. The line at this spot will be doubled, and, consequently, buildings have to be erected on both sides of the line. -0- The anniversary services of Tabernacle (C.M.) will be held on Sunday next, when the I Revs Adams. Llanelly, and — Edwards, Llanfynydcl, are expected to officiate. -0- The Nocldfa Congregational. Church will be opened on June 5th, and services will be con- tinued the following Sunday, Monday, Tues- day, and Wednesday. The ministers of all the surrounding churches, and several other eminent divines, will be expected to officiate, -0- We are exceedingly glad to record the fact that. the newly-established cause at Jerusalem is going on progressing rapidly, and has al- ready taken premier position in this place. Jerusalem is a branch of Bethesda Baptist Chapel, Ponthenry, and was only established a few months ago. The present position of affairs proves beyond a doubt that the friends at Ponthenry did a wise thing in Opening a branch at Pontyeates, and the Rev. O. Johns cannot be too highly praised for the efforts he put forth and the zeal he displayed in se- curing funds for clearing the debt. Hip- efforts were in all ways praiseworthy, and it would be well for some of the ministers of Llanelly and the surrounding districts to emulate him in this respect. i

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