At Brynsiencyn the revival began of itself, apparently through no human agency. The movement reached its fever heat at a women’s prayer meeting. Everything went on quietly for some time, when at last it broke out with tremendous force, as one young girl was praying. The place became very excited, women sobbing aloud, young girls coming forward to profess Christ and to praise Him. The public house is practically closed. Old disputes have been settled, and the results promise to be lasting.
From, 'The Carnarvon and Denbigh Herald', 3rd February 1905.