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MERTHYR COUNCIL.

TREHARRIS.

NELSON.

CAERPHILLY.

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CAERPHILLY. For all kinds and best of printing and stationery go to OWEN JONES, Printer, Caerphilly. [3641. CDFCSERVATIVE SMOKER.âOn Wednesday evening last week the local Tories, assisted by Messrs. Jeffries and Fox, gave a smoking concert at the Boar's Head Hotel. AMBULANCE CLASS.âMrs. Captain Lindsay had a very pleasing task to perform at the Windsor Refreshment-rooms on Tuesday last, when she distri- buted the certificates to the successful candidates in connection with the ambulance class. LANTERN LECTURE.Under the auspices of the Twyn Chapel Band of Hope, Mr. Paere, of the Band of Hope Union, Canliff, last Wednesday, at the Market Hall, gave a most interesting lecture (suitably illustrated) on Temperance. The subject was the ever vernal "Buy Yoni Own Cherries." Councillor W. Thomas presided over the large audience. OBITUARY.âIt was with grevt regret that Caer- philly heard the news of the death of the Rev. J. G. Hopkins, late pastor of Mount Carmel English Methodist Chapel, which took place at Pontardulais on Saturday last, at the early age of 28. On Sunday evening Dr. Edwards, principal of the Baptist College, Cardiff, preached a memorial service at Mount Carmel. The funeral took place yesterday. ENTERTAINMENT.âLike a good manager, Mr. J. H. Phillips, the secretary of the Caerphilly Literary Society, arranged a pleasing break in the series of lectures and debates by setting apart last Thursday for a lighter bill of fare. A splendid caterer was found in Mr. T. Rees, of Cardiff, whose menu card (" An Evening with Dickens") contained such choice bits as Bob Sawyer's Supper Party and Bardell versus Pickwick." The enjoyment of the evening was heightened by a song each from Miss Sallie Howell and Mr. C. S. Goodfellow. SNAP-SHOTS FROM THE LEANING TOWER ADVICE TO CAN-CAN CATERERS.âTo avoid disap- pointment, &c., such as was experienced atâno matter where, nor whenâthe following footnote should be printed on each invation card :â" N.B.â Sweets and champagne, extra." ONLY WHAT MIGHT BE EXPECTED.âSome of the elate-beg pardon-elite can-canners in going home, thought they would enjoy themselves by making night hideous. Their dissip-thousand pardonsâdis- cordant voices disturbed the slumber of ^many a weary citizen. BWRDI) IFSCOL EGLWYSILAN ACHYMRAEG.âGofynir ini gan amryw ohebwyr barthed y ddysgeidiaeth Gymreig a gyfranir i'r plant yn ysgolion v Bwrdd. Deallant fod y Gymraeg i'w haddysgu i'r oil o'r ysgolheigion yn ddiwahan, o'r ieuangaf hyd yr hynaf; eithr petrusant na wneir cyfiawnder a'r plant, yn gymaint (fel y'u sicrheir) nad ydyw yr oil o'r athrawon a t athrawesau vn hyddysg yn yr hen iaith. Ha wyr, aelodau y Bwrdd, ai gwir hyn oil 1 THE MISSING RELIEVING OFFICER. The vessel, which, it .was stated, had on board James Williams, the missing relieving officer, arrived at the Cape a few days ago. Detectives there examined the passengers on landing, but failed to find their man." The vessel put off" several pas- sengers at Port Elisabeth, and at present inquiries are being prosecuted at that place. The instructions and description of the officer were, of course, very vague, only a cablegram being sent a few days prior to the arrival of the ship.

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