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DISTRICT NOTES. (By our Cwmaman Correspondent.) AMBULANCE CLASSES. — The ambulance classes of this district under the direction of Dr D. Davis Jones, M.B., are progressing favour- ably in the work of "first aid," and the ex- amination under the auspices of the St. John Ambulance Association will soon be held. SHORTHAND CLASSES — Shorthand classes, under the superintendence of the teacher of the Cwmaman, Shorthand Glasses, viz., Mr John M. Davies, of Cwmaman Colliery, Aberdare, will we are given to understand shortly be opened at the Aberaman British Schools, and as there is no limit to the age of the pupils we anticipate there will be a large attendance, especially of school ahildren. SUDDEN DEATH. — Unfortunately we have this week to record the death of one of the most highly respected business women of Cwmaman, viz., Mrs Jones, of the Mount Pleasant Inn. Her death took place at her residence on Thurs- day last after a very short but severe illness. Her funeral, which took place on Monday, being a public one was naturally well attended by the inhabitants of this village, the Licensed Victuallers' Association, of which deceased had V been a long-standiug member, being also ex- ceedingly wall represented. COUNTY COUNCIL.-In consequence of Mr T. P. White having been honoured with a seat on the Aldermanic Bench of the County Council another member will have to be selected for this the No. 4 Ward. If VIr Thomis Davies, of Abercwmboy, decides to contest the seat in the Liberal interest, it i, very probable that he will be opposed by Mr Wm. Thomas, Brynawel; Mr E. M. Hann, of Aberaman, or some other gentleman who will doubtless offer himself as an Independent Candidate. It is not however as yet definitely known whether Mr Sann will again meet the work and hurly-burly of a con- tested election but if he eventually decides to do so we believe he will be far better supported than he was at the last eleotion, the result of which must have been a surprise to most people.

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