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Dinas A miscellaneous entertainment was held on Monday evening last at the Dinas Mission Rooms. The Rev. T. E. Griffiths, B.A., vicar of Penygraig, occupied the chair. The following artistes took part :Miss Wheadon, Penygraig; Miss Jones, Ynyshir; Miss Gertie Davies, Porth; Miss Shylan. Penygraig; Miss Alma Gibbon, Porth; Miss Davies, Dinas; Messrs. Dan James, Wm. Morgans, Mor- gan Moses, Cadwaladr Thomas (Porth), Lloyd (Porth), Miss Jones (Hafod), Miss Oatridge (Dinas), and Mrs. Cook (Dinas). Accompanist, Mr. T. C. Yorath, R.A.M., Hafod. The concert was a, financial suc- cess. The proceeds were in aid of the mission funds. The petition in favour of the Early Closing Movement has been signed by the grocers and drapers of Dinas, but a corres- pondent complains that the canvassing has not been done as thoroughly as it should have been. Those occupying the smaller shops have not been approached, who, if neglected, may prove a great obstacle to the adoption of the Act when the day of reckoning comes. It is most important that everyone in every class of business should have the opportunity of signing the petition. The committees should not hurry the return of the peti- tions before the canvassers have sufficient time to do the work satisfactory.


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The Property Market.

The Shop Hours Act.

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