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Echoes from the Welsh Papers.

WALK AND TALK.

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LANCASHIRE COLLI RS AND THE…

VEHICULAR ACCIDENT X PONTYPRIDD.

NODION CYMEEIG.

MR. McDONALD, M.P., ON THE…

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PONTYPRIDD RURAL SANITARY…

PONTYPRIDD COUITTT COURT.

THE PLOTS AGAINST THE CZAR.

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THE PONTYPBTDD YOUNG MEN'S MUTUAT. IM- PROVEMENT SOCXETT.âA meeting of the above society was held on Wednesday evening, at the Wesley schoolroom. Among other matters dis- cussed [was the propriety of discontinuing the winter entertainments. A resolution to that effect was passed. A very instructive paper was read by Mr W. Jones on The Telephone," and a discus- sion enused, in which several of the members took part. It would be a great blessing if the young men of Pontypridd in general joined this institu- tion. It would benefit them both morally and mentally. ON THURSDAY a public tea-meeting, in connec- tion with the Welsh Baptist Church, was held in the Odd-Fellows' Hall, Treforest. Tea wad pro- vided at three o'clock, the proceeds being devoted to the clearing-off of snme of the floating debt of the ohopel. The arrangements connected with the tea were admirably carried out, and reflected con- siderable credit upon the Welsh Baptist friends A very large nuruber of persons were present. At 7 30 an entertainment was held in Libanns Cllapel, under the presidency of the pastor, the Rov. J. Williams. The entertainment, which consisted of recitations, impromptu speeches, and of several appropriate pieces ef sacred music sung by the choir, was of a very interesting and profitable character, the chapel being crowded to exct a. t

THE NEW PAPER.

MR. THOMAS WILLIAMS' TESTIMONIAL.

INVESTMENT OF GEOK TEPE.

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