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Ii. lpubltc announcements. Mountain Ash Hospital Eisteddfod. EASTER MONDAY, APRIL 6TH, 1896. TO CATERERS.-Tenders are invited for the sole J*- right to sell Reheshments (non-alcoholic) and Fruit on the Eisteddfod Grounds. Full particulars 'nay be had on application to me. Sealed Tenders, endorsed Refreshments," must be delivered to me hot later than 8 o'clock on Thursday evening, February 27th. D. T. EVANS, Secretary. The St. David's Church Choir CONVERSAZIONE AND DANCE, THURSDAY, APRIL 9TH, DRILL HALL. T. RHYS LEWIS' BAND. M.C.'S MR. H. FENNELL, MR. J. FRAYNE, MR. W. THOMAS. Tickets, 2s. 6d. 3s. at Door. Mining Machinery (For Students), By HENRT DAVIES. The only Book of its kind in the market. Contain- iog Exercises and Examination Questions fully ^J^wered and worked out, on EnginesâWinding, Hauling, Pumping, VentilatingâRopes, &c., as well J8 other important matter. Handsomely and Ex- pensively Illustrated. Supplying a great want in â Mining Literature. No Student need fear an Examin- ation in this Subject after mastering its contents. PRICE 5s., Post Free. FIFTEEN YEARS' EXAMINATION QUESTIONS. Arranged and classified with full particulars as to the *KSPECTOKATE.âMining Questions set at Cardiff (10 Bristol, Manchester, West Lancashire, &c., Science and Art Papers. PRICE Is. Both the above to be had only from the Author, HENRY DAVIES, County Mining Lecturer, Treharris, South Wales. [3690 Merthyr Tydfil Gas Company. ESTABLISHED 1886. Incorporated by Special Act of Parliament, 25th June, 1868, 31 and 32 Vict., cap. 77. XfOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that the Twenty- Eighth Yearly Ordinary General Meeting of fw Proprietors of this Company will be held at the Offices, Merthyr Tydfil, on THURSDAY, the 27th of FEBRUARY instant, for the Election of a Direc- and the transaction of the General Business at such authorised. lhe chair will be taken at Three o'clock in the â¢ternoon precisely. E. B. EVANS, Chairman. AND NOTICE IS HEREBY ALSO GIVEN, âtha BOOKS of the Company will be CLOSED for i^e Transfer of Stocks from the 21st day of February i V*nt, and will not be Re-opened until after the oiding of the said meeting. By Order of the Directors, JOHN L. COCKER, r, Secretary and Manager, vl Office and Works, Merthyr Tydfil, February 13th, 1896. [3696 MERTHYR TYDFIL. MARKET SQUARE FLOWER SHOW, ART, AND INDUS- TRIAL EXHIBITION, To BE HELD IX DRILL HALL, JULY, 1896. ^KELIMINAIVY NOTICE OF COMPETITIONS. OPen to all under 17 years of age. ) 1st .J 2nd Entrance Fee, 3d. I rize. Irize. £ s d s d I.-Best Copy in Oils (any subject) 0 7 6 4 0 Under 21 years of age. Entrance o Fee, 6d. C,Oopy in Water Colours (any sub- ject) 0 10 6 6 0 »â¢âCopy in Oils of anv Land or Sea Scape 0 10 6 6 0 âCopy in Oils of any Flower, Fruit, or Figure subject 0 10 6 60 Open to any age. Entrance Fee, 6d. 5.âCopy in Water Colours..Still Life 0 10 6 6 0 6.âCopy in Water Colours of any Laud or Sea Scar>e 0 10 ft c. « 7- âCopy in Oils of any Land or Sea Scape 1 1 n -m a 8. Copy in Oils of any Figure or Still Life subject l i o 10 6 Original Painting m Oils of Still 10 feTx 1 1 0 10 6 Best Drawing in Pen and Ink, copy of an etching or engra- il ving 0 10 6 6 0 12 "-Pencil Shaded Drawing 0 10 6 6 0 â¢â"Shaded Drawing from Cast, 11 Ornament or Fruit 0 10 6 6 0 â¢â¢Model of a Railway Station, ,oase not to exceed3ft. by 2ft. 1 1 0 â "retwork model of Tower Bridge 15 }' (hvnd work; 0 10 6 â retwork Model of Doll's House .With Furniture (machine work) 0 10 6 â ^yfflnTmie to words God Who Hath Made the Daisies" (words -T5ay be found No. 774 in Con- gregational Hymnal). To be written in old notation, and sent to Hon. Sec., not later than July 1st. Aujudicator, E. MINSHALL, Esq., London 1 1 0 â p £ _or Particulars of further Competitions, Rules and Hshi Llons' &c-' see Schedule, which will be pub- th« vi cncl of March, and may be obtained from e'nv .Secretary, upon receipt of stamped addressed 11 v elope. 62, THOMAS-STREET, MEBTHYR TYDFIL, TV FKBRUAUY 15TH, 18%. "EAR SIR, Recognition of the Honour conferped Jy Her Majesty upon Sir W. T. LEWIS, Bart. moment it was made known that Her Bur Gracious Majesty had conferred the honour of a thi- uPon SIK WILLIAM T. LEWIS, it was felt shr> ifh°ut the district that practical expression aw!? given in testimony alike of the dignity lrm~ aQd in earnest appreciation of Sir William s 8 a'id able services to Wales. review those services would be a lengthy and thJ*?vnt task. No one has laboured more than he in jj-i.f^elopement of the Industries of the Prinei- \u.ji y* The impress of his work is to be ceen over a eu,?ef area- Docks, Mines, Steel Works, yielding Th«* u' to hundreds of thousands, are his memorials. Un«? ,arnan, the Miner, the Steel Worker, have been /Singly benefitted by him, and his services nave a p. ended there. He has been assiduous in looking inu ^'e wounded in the battle of Trade and Cotn- in '⢠*n establishing a Fund for the injured and jr i'ning Schools and Colleges; and not least, in e^Pital work his generous sympathies have been a T° hand down to future generations the memory of fomentation so excellent, a Committee has been t0/°ed for the purpose of soliciting Subscriptions in the Erection of a Statue in some chosen spot ton native place, or some other form pf lastinsr initio* of the dignity conferred upon him by Her v^esty; and I am directed to appeal to you for Co"Operation in the Movement, which, while uPolng to honour him, cannot fail to reflect honour n all concerned. ij^nbseriptions may be made payable to either of the Usurers, or to Yours faithfully, W. J..JONES, Hon. Sec. EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE JENKINS, Esq., J.P., C.C., High Con- nie, Chairman.. w ⢠P. MARTIN, Esq., J.P., Dovvlais; WILLIAM y'ANs, Esq., J,P., Cyfarthfa, Treasurers. vMessrs. W. L. Daniel, E. P. Martin, J.P., William ^ans, j p T Bailey, J.P., Christmas Evans, tjni- Griffiths. F. T. James, R. P. Rees, John °gers. J.P., Rev. Daniel Lewis (Rector), Joseph \vVen> H. W. Martin, Charles Wilkin", Rev. Canon i ade, H. W. Southey, J.P., Isaac Edwards, Isaac John Jones (Glanynant), Thomas Price (Loco- motive Inspector), J. Gilleland, Colonel Cresswell, Vc -1 John Roberts (Merthyr Vale), Colonel Lewis, â¢p?' Biddle, Gwilym C. James, David Williams, °r«as Evans, Thomas Morgan, Dr. Ward, J.P., Dr. ,«bster, J.P., Thomas Williams, J.P., Dr. Crom- Jones, H. E. Gray, Wm. Harris, W. T. Bell.

THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 20TH, 1896.

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SPARKS FROM THE ANVIL.

SOCIETYOF SOUTH WALES MUSICIANS.

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MUSICAL GOSSIP.

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MERTHYR GUARDIANS.

THEATRE ROYAL, MERTHYR.

DROWNING FATALITY AT ABEH-DARE…

Correspondence.

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BY THE WAY.

-METEOROLOGICAL REGISTER.

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