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HILL Congregational Church' North Hill Road, Swansae. HALF-YEARLY Services, SUNDAY & MONDAY, Oct. 26 & 27, 1919. I'feachor on Sunday at 1!. 2.,jO and <> 30 ■ Rev. JOHN WILLIAMS, (of Sanndersfoot). c ?'ps?iH bp r?nd?re? bv ?:ad?m Rees l r'ght :md -Miss Beatrice Jenkins, also j Anthems by the Choir. Pvrv2CoSday ?'??S. H?- JAMES J. \S" (Chaplain in France with ( ??.-?? Dtv?on for 3? venrp\ will f?)h-?r hi« ol1 Eo^ture. Subject: "The Fr^nnhr ? Appropriate Solos lun? hy ?'ss Beatr!<-e OTTfn 'rn. tf-) ?>e taken at 7.30 by C?P. tlten at ??0 by C,fit thron hont in aid of Church -F u nd I United Methodist Church. I To-morrow (Sunday), October 26th, Services 11 a.m. and 6-30 p.m. Preacher: ¡ Rev. F. SPARROW < (late Pastor). I Monday, Oct. 27th, at 7.30: LECTURE, ""on.e Unforgotten Methodist Worthies" by Rev. F. SPARROW. Chairman, Mr. W, J. Bryant. Admission by Ticket to be obtaned of the Young Ladies of the church. j  ?"'<t Church of Ci?rist, Sc:ent:? j > Mirador Crescent, Swansea. ^ublie SerYicea are held Every Sutday at U.30 a.m. and 6.30 p.m. Silli,lav Sah(X)1 ;3, P.M. •••tinaon* Meetings Erery Wednesday at I p.m. I SUNDAY SERVICES. Bydd y PARCH. H. ELVET LEWIS M.A., Liundain, Yn Pregethu yn HENRIETTA HENO, NOS SADWRN am 7.30, a DYDD SUL am 11, 2.45, a ô.30. Cenir unawdau Prynhawn a. Nos Stil gan Mr. W. T. RHYS, Ammanford. Buddugol yn yr Eisteddfod Genedlatthol. CAPEL GOMER, ABERTAWE. CYXHELIR Y CYFxiRFODYDD BLYNYDDOL, Sul a llun, Hydref 26.27, 1919. Pregethir gan y PARCH. HERBERT MORGAN, M.A., BRYSTE. Trefn yr Odfeuon—Snl, 11, 2.30, a 6.30; a Xos Lun am 7. On SUNDAY AFTERXOOX at 2.30, Mr. MORGAN will preach in ENGLISH. Solos by Mrs. J. Brader., C'roeso Cynnes iBa-n-b. Y. M. C. A. Y. M. C. A. (ST. HELEN'S ROAD) BROTHERHOOD. To-morrow (Sunday), October 26th, 3 to 4 p.m. Speaker-Mr. G. E. DENNIS. Subject: "Laymen and Missions." Soloists-Mr. Roger Thomas (Tenor). Pianist—Mr. Harold J. Y. Williams. Charman-Mr. Gwilym Morgan, J.P. Every Man Welcome. HOME CIRCLE in the Y.M.C.A. Lounge, at 8.15 p.m. Soloists—M iss Hilda Freeman (National Eisteddfod Winner), Miss Millie Furs- land. Eloctitioiiist-)Il,ss Gwen Jones. Accompanist—Miss Mabel Bov, eil. Speaker—Mr. KEN JONES. WESLEY CHAPEL, Swansea, To-morrow (Sunday), October 26th, Harvest THANKSGIVING SERVICES lb Preachers.—Morning &t 11: Rev. H. BAIRD TURNER. Evening at 6.80: Rev. W. L, CHAMINGS, B.Sc., B.D. Soloist (.Evening Service), Madame Mag- gie Davies ("Abide With Me") vLiddle). Special Music by the Choir (under the direction of Mr. It. T. Hughes, A.R.C.O.) Rhyddings Congre. Church, (Top of Finsbury Terrace). To-morrow (Sunday), October 26th, Preacher—Rev. ELIAS JOSEPH (Sketty) 3 p.m., Sunday &hool and Bible Classes. Services at 11 and 6.30. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 30th, at 7.30 p.m., LECTURE by the Rev. PEDR WILLIAMS (Swansea). Subject: "A Menu for the Mind in Six Course." Admission Free. Collection. St. Paul's Congregational Church, ST. HELEN'S ROAD. To-morrow (Sunday), October 26th, Pretacher; Rev. W. PEDR WfLLIAMS Morning at 11. Evenng at 6.30: Subject: "WHICH CHURCH IS GIVING THE CHRISTIAN RELIGION?" BETHEL (C.M.) CHAPEL Manselton. To-morrow (Sunday), October 26th, Preacher: Prof. E. Pugh Thomas, Ph.D., Pittsburg, U.S.A. Services at If a.ni. and 6.30 p.m. All Seats Free. Tabernacle English Baptist Chapel Skinner Street, Waunwen. To-morrow (Sunday), October 26th, FORTY-FOURTH ANN IVERSARY Services. Preachers.—Morning at 11, Evening Lt 6.30 Rev. THOS. DAVIES (Bridgend). Afternoon at 2.45: Rev. A. BEYNON PHILLIPS (Panty- gwydr Baptist Chapel). Collections at Each Service in Aid of Church Fundf. The SALVATION ARMY, Prince of Wales Road. To-morrow (Sunday). Spec-ial Meetings will be held in the S.A. Hall conducted by Colonel CLOUT) (Commander for Wales), assisted by Major Tbornett (Divisional Commander). 11 a.m 3 p.m. and 6.30 p.m. You are Invited. SUNDAY SERVICES. Walter Road Congregational Church. To-morrow (Sunday), October 26th, Preacher: Rev. GEO. McLUCKIE, B.A. Morning at 11: Evening at 6.30. Subject: "THE TREASURES OF DARKNESS." Visitors Welcomed. Peniel Green Congre. Church. Llansamlet. ANNIVERSARY Services Will be held (by kind permission), at BETHEL CHAPEL, LLANSAMLET, NOVEMBER 22nd and 23rd. Preacher: Rev. T.. Charles Williams, M.A., (Menai Bridge). Will Friends Please Note. (Preliminary Notice.) PUBLIC NOTICES. ALBERT HALL, Swansea. Wednesday, October 29th, 8 p.m., POPULAR ILLUSTRATED LECTURE (rnder the auspices of the Swansea \.M.C.A.). THE STORY OF ALSACE LORRAINE," b.T Percy Allen, Esq., F. R. G.S. Chairman—F. LE BA.RS, Esq. Tickets-2s., Is. 6d. and h. each. Course Tickets (9 Lectures)—13s. 6d. (area), 12s. 6d. (side area). Zion Chapel, Waunarlwydd. TOE 7th ANNUAL E I S T E D D F 0 D Will be held at the above placc on APRIL 3rd. 1920 (Easter Saturday) Chief Item:- Male Voice Pa rtv-" Nos Ystorom (John Henry, R.A.M.). Prize, £ 10. Other Solos—- £ 1 Is. Programmes Ready Soon, to be had from the Secretary. Mr. D. J. Thomas, Rosoland-rond, Waunarlwydd, near Swansea. RIDING SCHOOL, Port Talbot. Had ANNUAL GRAND C H AiR EISTEDDFOD Will be held at the above School on Saturday, December 13th, 1919. Under the auspices of the Port Talbot Steetworks Employes. Adjudicators—Music, Dr. Aneurin Rees, F.R.C.O., A.R.C.M., Garnant, I and J. Clements, Esq., Swansea. Litera- ture, Rev. W. Evans, B.A. (Wil Ifan), Cardiff. Male Voice. "Martyrs of the Arena" (Do Rille), Min. Voices, 60— £ 30. Children's Choir, "Autumn Days" (E. T. Davies), Min. Voices, 40—1st, 1:7; 211d, L3. Champion Solo, Female (Open)— £ 4- Is. Champion Solo, Male, (Open)— £ 4 4s. S., C.. T. and B. S0Ios-£1 Is. each. Duet, Tenor and Baritone— £ 2 2s. Novice Solos-10s. 6d. cach. Bovs' Champion Solo-10s. 6d. Ci Girls' Champion Solo-lOs. 6d. Children's Pianoforte Solo-10s. 6d. Children's Violin Solo—10s. (id. Children's Recitation— 10s. (3d. Adult Recitation— £ 1 b- Essay— £ 1 Is Poem, Hedd (Peace)—Handsome. Chair. Programmes by post lid. from R Bowen, Ynysygwas, Cwmavon, Glain

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