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I Y.W.C. ASSOCIATION. I On Wednesday there was a meeting 1$ the subscribers aud friends of the local branch of this association, and the new hall lately erected at the rear of the institute was formally opened by Mr W. J. Trounce (Mayor of Cardiff), who presided. —The Chairman congratulated the committee upon the success of their work, and upon the acquisition of such a beautiful little ball.-The annual report, read by the honorary superinten- dent, showed that the work being done both by the institute and the home was thoroughly satis- factory.Dr. Vachell read the treasurer's reports, and announced the pleasing fact that there was a i balance to the good. With the account for the newly-erected haU there was a deficit there was need of about £100 more.—Miss Mori ay, of London, then addressed the meeting. After the reading of the flower mission report by Miss H. Smith, Councillor Andrews proposed thanks to all those who carried on the various I operations of the institute. He said that if Miss Merrick could find 19 other persons willing to do the same, he would give 25 towards the cost of the new hall, and then the £100 needed would be .paid.—Pianoforte solos by Miss Bage, and songs by Miss Deacon Miss Rees-Jones and Mr Hurt materially contributed to the success of a very pleasant evening.—A most important element 1D the pleasure was the presence of the much-loved president of the Cardiff branch, Mrs Vaughan.

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