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Important Property Sale.

Sports and Cycle Parade.

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 II COEDWAY. I CHORAL FESTIVAL. The annual choTal ff:tival was conduc-.ed in St. Andrew's, on Thuzis- j 1 day. aHd _a large number &Membled from the j?&ixhbouriQK churches. In thea£ternoon ere j ^'as ichearsal. and the spirited remd?ri?? hizhly pleased the conductor. Mr. AAhford | D&vie? delivered an mres.a on musical tast? and how to acquire it. Tea was provided in the in- terval, and the evening- service was presided over by Mr. William Morris, Oswestry, who gave an able discourse on Psalmody ancient and modern. I Mr. Hamer Davies was at the organ and Mr. Rees Jones conducted. Mr. Bert Morris ac- companied a number of lady members of the f uceip: b eri of the Oswald Road Church Choir, whose aid was much I appreciated. Miss Elsie Jones sang The Home- land and the Misses Elsie Jones an d Olive Davies rendered a duet, God's Everlasting Love, The. Rev. R. M. Roberts, M.A., .B.D.. conducted the intercessory" p6r?ion, assisted by Mr. Rowlands, Llanymyneeh. The duties of sidesmen, were ably carried out by Messrs. John Stephens, Hugh Jones, and R. T. Jones, Criggion Hall, LLANYBLODWEL. i.M.C.A.— The house-to-house eolieetica made by the Vicar on behalf of th.e .Y.M,C.A. hut week amounted to £ 81. PULPIT REFERENCES. On Sunday morning the Vicar (the Rev. J. Allen Jones) referred in feeling terms to the death in action on the west front of Pte. William Tanat Jones, Tyissa, who a month ago was at home on leave, and to the death of Pte. Arthur Lewis, The Stores, Porthywaen, who was killed in action in the recent Bulgarian fight- ing. The whole parish would lament their loss. The organist (Mr. T. B. Griffiths) playsd the Dead March in Saul." I LLANYMYNECH. SUNDAY SCHOOL TREAT.—The annual Church Sunday School treat, was held on Satur- day afternoon. The children were somewhat dis- appointed, as they had been, looking forward to outdoor amusements, but the weather ruled otherwise, and, nevertheless, a very enjoyable time was spent in indoor games, songs and dances.

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