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A DAUGHTER OF THE TROPICS.

Presentation to Dr. Kay, Trekerbort

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t Commoi] Diseases

HOW TO LIVE CHEAPLY.

Lodger and Landlord at Ynyshir.

Obstructing the Pavement

John Caqtwell again iq Trouble.

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LOCAL PATENTS.

Great Western Colliery Accident.

Domestic Squabbles at Maerdy.

Tonic Solfa College.

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Tonic Solfa College. RHONDDA DISTRICT BOARD. MEETING AT CYMMER. A meeting was held at the Workmen's Insti- tute, Cymmer, on Thursday evening under ther auspices of the Rhondda District Board of the; Tonic Solfa College, London. The chair was occupied by Mr Taliesin Hopkins; and Messrs M 0. Jones, Treherbert, and Obadiah Edwards' Peril), secretary and treasurer respectively. of tlip board, were present. The chairman in his opening remarks, dwftffi upon the mssical advantages which lie. within the reach of all at the present day, and ur1!1 the younger portion of the audience not to let their opportunities slip. Tb") follow gramme was then proceeded wihlnPiai, solo by Miss Gertrude Davits, C mmer; eole. "Honour and Arms," Mr W. 1,1, yd Porth chorus, "On the Ramparts," 1\fl" Voice Pariy, conducted by the Chairman; Lscll, "Shar-ps. Flats, and Transposition." bv Mr >'}!>a-iiah Bit- wards; song, "Caradog," by Mr William Davie?r Ynyshir; paper on "The .5fusich7 Culture of the Y> clsli Nation in Earlv Times." bv Mr M. 0. Jones; "glee, "Hues of'Day," Male Xo-'f-' Party. Altogether, a most enjoyable evening w nt, the lesson by Mr Edwards, the pa '⢠+ [ Jones, and the singing of the Male Win- especially, beimr much appreciated. T'm audience was a fairly one, aad it is if; hoped that many simile meetings will be held in the future, as their tendency is most decidedly to edify and to educate. The proceedings te)-, minated with the usual votes of thanks.

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