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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…

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DROWNING FATALITY AT ABEH- DARE JUNCTION. On Friday morning the body of a young man, named Richard Thome, 22 years of age, and residing at Top Locks, Aberdare Junction, was found in one of the locks of the Glamorganshire Canal. It appears that the young man was returning home after having taken part in an entertainment which was held in the Navi- gation Schools on Thursday night for the benefit of the widows and orphans of the six men who met with their death in the accident which took place at the Dowlais Navigation Colliery a few months since. The night being dark, and the young fellow being obliged to traverse the canal bank towards home, he must have mis3ed his footing and fallen into the locks. âAn inquest was held on the body at the Navigation House Hotel on Friday afternoon, when a verdict of Accidental death from drowning" was returned. o

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-METEOROLOGICAL REGISTER.

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ABERDARE NOTES.

HEOLGrERRIG CONTINUATION CLASSES.