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PONTYPRIDD POLICE COURT.

PENTRE POLICE COURT.

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THE CHEMISTRY OF EXPLOSIONS.

FRIGHTFUL SUICIDE IN MON-MOUTHSHIRE.

•MQDfir CYMEEIG.' l I

AT OLYGYDD Y'PONTYPRIDD CHRONICLE"

AT OLYGYDDý'lbNTYPRIDD CHRONICLE.'I

THE COlN^PUTIONALISTS OF EAST…

A BRIEF §)J0!TRN IN CORNWALL.

DISTRICT INTELLIGENCE.

PONTYPRIDD BOARD OF GUARDIANS.

IINSTRUCTIONS TO SIR H. ROBINSON.

»..1J. A PLEA FOR THE BOERS.

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Her death is deeply regretted by all who knew her, being a person very highly respected in the village. Her name has been very intimately connected with the Tonyfelin Baptist Church for the last forty years, being most assiduous and persevering in her efforts to further the interests of the church Although seventy three years of age she was a regular and consistent Sunday School teacher to within a few weeks of hor death. She was as was testified by one of the officiafng ministers at the grave on Tuesday, a model worthy of imitation by professing christians. Both church and Sunday School have experienced a deep and heavy loss by this mos faithful member's death. GYFEILLON. GREAT WESTERN COLLIERT.âWe understand that strenuous efforts are being made to establish a reading room &c., for the use of the workmen of the above colliery. The matter was suggested by some members of the company who attended as a deputation to the workmen, in the late dispute at the celHery. The manager, Mr Harrison, was in- structed to bring the matter before the workmen, lor their approval, and for the organisation of the necessary preliminaries. The workmen have held meetings to oonsider the proposal, and it may be confidently hoped that the movement will be carried 110 a successful issue. What has been felt all along by the working olass in this district, the reading portion of it, is that the Pontypridd Literary Institute IB to all practical purposes a class institution. The presence of any of them at the rooms is looked upon by some of the members as an intrusion, which certainly disoourages their patronage of the insti- tute, and to a great degree accounts for the financial difficulty the committee of the institute find themselves in. Another means of recreation promoted at the above colliery is the establishment of a brass band by the workmen, which will afford means of amusement, besides cultivating a taste for the divine art of music.