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Penphiwceiber. THANKSGIVING SERVICES- At Hermon Chapel (Welsh Calvinistic Methodist) last Monday the annual thanksgiving services were held morning and evening. Large congregation at- tended at each service, and fervent prayer meetings were held. The Rev. D. Jones, B.A., officiated. TABERNACLE, YNYSBOETH. At the Welsh Baptist Tabernacle last Sun- day, the pulpit was occupied by the Rev. J. Frimston (Talysarn, North Wales). Large congregations listened to eloquent discourses during the day. The' preach- er will also deliver addresses there next Sundav. HOMING SOCIETY. The above society is increasing its membership every week, and as a fillip to the work of the members and as a recognition of valu- able birds, the society has been offered a handsome silver cup by Mr. W. B. george, Park Hotel. The trophy is to be competed for each year, and may be won outright by any competitor winning it three times. It is not necessary for the wins to be consecutive. CONSIDERATION OF NEW RAIL- WAY STATION.—A well attended meet- ing of the general public was held last week at the Ynysboeth Schools to con- sider the question of presenting a peti- tion to the Taff Vale Railway Co., pray- ing for a new passenger station at Ynys- boeth. Mr. John Williams (Manchester House) occupied the chair, and there were also present Messrs. J. L. Mather (secretary), Rev. J. F. Dale Chapman, and T. B. Bevan. The meeting discussed the question thoroughly, and decided to 31',k the District Council for its support. The chairman was requested to approach the Penrhiwceiber members of the Coun- cil, Mr. Bevan to do likewise at Aber- cynon. We understand that all the members of the Council who have been approached are fully in favour of the scheme. Mr Smith (land agent Craw- shay Bailey Estate) is also to be inter- viewed. HARVEST THANKSGIVING. The services in connection with the harvest festival were held at All Saint's, YnYB- boeth, last Thursday and Sunday. The services on Thursday commenced with 8 o'clock celebration of the Holy Com- munion, and Evensong and sermon at 7.30 p.m. The preacher was the Rev. W. G. Gravell, Chaplain of St. Michael's College. On Sunday splendid congrega- tions attended. The church was beauti- fully decorated, and large gifts of thanks- offerings were distributed. Holy Com- munion was celebrated at 8 a.m.; Matins and sermon at 11 a.m., and evensong and sermon at 6 p.m. The Rev. David Phillips, M.A., Rector of Radyr, occu- pied the pulpit during the day, and de- livered eloquent sermons. The offertor- ies are to be devoted to the Additional Curates' Society. SHOP ASSISTANTS TEA. — A grand tea and concert was held at the Work- men's Hall last Thursday, under the auspices of the N.A.TJ.S.A.W. and C. A large company sat down to an excellent ten, and the tables showed signs of care- ful attention with a lavish display of flowers. The following' ladies assisted at the tables, and with the cutting up of cake, bread and butter, etc.:—Miss Han- nah Williams, Miss Vaughan. Mrs. Prit- cliard, the Misses Lodwick, Miss Lewis, Miss Ca--r, Miss Sarah Morgan, Miss Phillips, Miss Jenkins. In the evening a nicely arranged entertainment was held, including instrumental :md vocal items. The comicalities of Mr Dai Lloyd (Tonypandy) were greatly enjoyed. Messrs. Jack Daviee, "The Gravedig- ger Chae. Matthews, Down in the deep," 'and Mr W. Jenkins (Eos Pennar), The Veteran and Come Spider," vere also highly appreciated. Miss Lizzie Thomas gave The Holy City," and Miss Lewis (Treorky) also rendered a capital contralto solo. The instru- mental portion of the programme was in the hands of Bros. John, Aberaman (mandolinists), and the piano was skil- fully manipulated by Mr. Ted James, Penrhiwceiber. Mr. Evan Jones occu- pied the chair, and Mr. J. Jenkins was secretary.

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