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OUR COUNTY SCHOOLS-

. BABY THIEVES AT PONTYGWAITH

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T rearris. The string band in connection with Tabernacle Independent Chapel is now formed, and has commenced work, with a membership of 15, under the fHition of i Professor W. Lewis, Merthyr. We congratulate Miss Jenny Lewis and Miss E. Williams on their recent examination on the theoretical and practical parts of organ playing Both are pupils of Mr Lawrance, Merthyr, and we may [mention that Miss Lewis, passed with honours. A foot race was brought off at Saint Cynons, on Thursday week, between Mr William John Davies and Mr Northy Edwards, both of Tre- harris for JE2 10s a-side. The distance covered was 120 yards, and the first named proved the victor. There was an exceedingly large number of spectators present. The Bishop of Llandaff, attended at Saint Mathias Church on Monday afternoon and held a confirmation service, when 40 candidates were confirmed. The Rectors of Merthyr and Llan- fabon were also present. This is a result of the labours of the curate in charge, the Rev R. David. Shortly after 9 o'clock on Saturday night, at Quaker's Yard Junction, Mrs Roderick, of Drab street, and a deaf and dumb lady of Webster street, ascended the trap of Mr Lloyd Morgan, bound :for Treliarris, and took a seat too much in the rear, when all of a sudden the trap tilted a little, throwing out the ladies into the street. The first named sustained a nasty cut at the back of her head, while the other was severely shaken. A students Gymanfa in connection with "Watkin Wyn's Gwyn Fryn school, Amman- ford, was held on Sunday at Libanus Indepen- dent, Graigberthllwyd. Tbe following took part -Mr Jenkins, Vocrhiw Mr Griffiths, Pembrey; Mr David Overton, Quaker's Yard Mr Davies, Brynamman Mr Griffiths, Llanbrynmaer; Mr Harris, Ammanford; Mr Morgan Davies and David Williams, Treharris. Mr David Overton, who has been located at Anamanford during the past two years, passed successfully the ex- amination at Brecon Memorial College, entitling him to enter same as student next term. The annual treat to the Sunday School scholars in connection with Berthllwyd Welsh Baptist and Libanus Independent, was held on Monday, when a large number sat at the tables. It was the intention of both churches to form a combined procession, but owing to the unfavour- able weather the idea was abandoned. In the evening miscellaneous entertainments were held at both chapels. The following are the names of the successful students at the recent Government examination. Advanced stage.âGiles Jones, John Jones, Lewis Evans, John Thomas, William Williams, Alfred Pett, Rees Prosser, Eynon Williams, William Phillips, David Davies. Elementary stage.âThomas Evans, David Watkins, Samuel Davies, Harry Osborne, William T. Morgan, David Edwards, Rowland B. Davies, Herbert Isaac, David Jones. Honours stage.âGeorge O. Bevan. Home Office, managers certificates- Lewis Evans, George O. Bevan. Undermanagers ct,rtificates-David Jones, Herbert Isaac and David Davies. The geology results will be given next week.

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