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Momnfairs Ash, Drink Bowen's "Veretta," the Queen of Temperance Drinks. Sold everywhere. WHEN THE HAPPY PAIR G'O FOR THEIR HONEYMOON what have they to come home to? Is it a, happy home? Has it been furnished at Hill's, Court Room ? The answer to these questions will decide the difference between happy married life and otherwise. Call and see the magnificent stock of bedroom suites, sitting room and kitchen furniture, direct from the factory. Hill's Sale Rooms. Court Room. Aberdare. THERE IS A SPRIGHTLINESS OF APPEARANCE in the gent suited by Tom Davies and Son, the Mount tailors, Prvce Street. "I HAVE TAKEN IT TO TAYLOR'S," Belle Vue House, Penrhiwceiber. He is the most reliable tinsmith, plumber, and gasfitter of the district. Grand stock of ironmongery, sash tools, etc. UNDENIABLE REFERENCES AND STRAIGHTFORWARD TESTIMONY are proof of the reliability of all pianos and organs purchased from me. Cash or easy terms. Six months free tuition. Victor Freed's Furnishing Emporium, Miskin Road. ST..JOHN AMBULANCE.-The Moun- tain Ash unit of St. John Ambulance Corps attended the parade last Saturday afternoon at Cardiff. The local corps looked particularly smart, and numbered 15 officers and men, Supt. W. A. Cooper in command, and First Officer W. P. Rey- nish. HHOS BAPTIST CHAPEL.-The year- ly meetings of Rhos Welsh Baptist Chapel were held last Sunday and Mon- day. There were three services each day, and all were well attended. Eloquent sermons were preached by the Rev. J. Griffiths, Calfaria, Aberdare, and the Rev. D. C. Griffiths, Moriah, Dowlais. NAZARETH".—The annual flower ser- vice was held at the English (Nazareth) Baptist Chapel last Sunday morning. The children have always entered into the scheme of helping the hospital, once a year, with great enthusiasm. The posies were not only handsome but artistically arranged. The Rev. E. V. Tidman con- ducted the service, and delivered an ap- propriate sermon based on Consider the lilies." Solos were nicely rendered by Miss Gladys Bartlett and Master Willie Evans. The flowers were afterwards dis- tributed to the Cottage Hospital and sick persons of the district. PARISH CHURCH. Last Sunday morning there were celebrations of Holy Communion in St. Margaret's Church at 8 and 11 o'clock. At the latter service the Vicar was assisted by the Rev. Evan Thomas. The Te Deum was sung to Whitehouse, and the Benedictus to Monk. The Kyrie Eleison was sung to Mendel sohn's setting from the Elijah. Evensong was conducted by the Rev. J. S'nnett Jones, and the service was intoned by the Rev. Aeron Davies. The Magnificat was chanted to Barnby, and the Nunc Dimit- tis to Wesley. The Vicar preached from St. Matthew vi., 24, "Ye cannot serve Co-i and mammon."




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