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DAFEN. I The annual public tea was held at Maes- cturner Chapel C oil Good Friday last, winch vas highly successful. In the .evening a grand miscellaneous concert \vas held, the Rev. T. R. Williams presiding, and a capital programme, which was interesting and in- structive was successfully produced. I An exchange of pulpits was made between the Rev. T. R. Williams, Maescanner, and the Rev. R. Owen, Bethlehem, Pwll, on Sunday last, the former behrg the special preacher at the missionary services held at the latter place of -worship. < Last week we commented that there would he no representative from Berwick hamlet on the next Parish Council. We now learn that Mr. J ames Derrick has withdrawn from the contest in the West fa hamlet, lea v ing Dafen with no member in -either ward. The object, of course, was to avoid the expense of a ballot, but the Dafen district should really have procured one representative We must, nrepare for the next opportunity, 1 hree years hence. The village was prac-tualty deserted oil Monday, the inhabitants having taken the holiday craze with a vengeance. The solem- nity of the surroundings was intensified by the ouietness a It would be sad occurrence without the clang of indus- try at 0)))' l oca l works.. try at our local works, an occasional stoppage bringing it moie prominently to our notice.

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