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SECESSION AGAIN!

REFORM! SHALL ABERDARE HAVE…

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ABERDARE POLICE COURT.

WRITING FOR THE PRESS.

EDUCATION OF THE WORKING CLASSES.

REPORT OF THE MEDICAL OFFICER…

THE REV. DR. PRICE.

-«MOUNTAIN ASH.

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« MOUNTAIN ASH. PEXNY RE ADING-}âOn Thursday last the Penny Readings were held at the Workmen's) Hall, when the chair was taken by Mr W. Mills. Great credit is due to that gentleman for the able manner in which he conducted the proceedings. After a few pertinent remarks with regard to our penny read- ings, lie then commenced the programme by calling on Messrs. Morgan Jones and Davies for a glee, which was well received reading:âWhat is our Life ? Mr .lame1 Jones son>râI love Suckey dearly, Mr E, Roberts Welsh reading by Mr J. W. Jones solo concertina, Mr Thomas Harries; son«âCap- tain with his whiskers, &c., Mr A. Pardoe, to a rapturous encore; he responded with the Song of Songs; Welsh readingâY Glecwraig, Mr. R. Richards songâMr Jabez Long readingâMr R. Richards songâI'm a merry mountain maid, Mrs. Mathews, encored Welsh readingâSion Gilpin Mr D. Davies; song John Brown, or a plain man's philosophy, Mr Callaway, encore readingâ The young teacner, Miss M. Evans trioâDame Durden, Messrs Evans and party, encore. During the proceedings the chairman gave a recitation from Shakespere The proceedings terminated with God Save the Queen. ACCIDENT.âWhile a caravan was coming into the town, a little boy about eight years of age got under one of the wheels, which passed over the calf of his leg, crushing it very badly. No bones were broken.

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