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Ferndale.

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Ferndale.

Treorchy.

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Treorchy. The Treorchy Literary Society at its last meeting, presided over by Mr. W. C. Short, had a delightfully interesting pro- gramme, which took the form of four short papers. They were, Should dancing be encouraged?" Mr. C. Goldman; "My favourite author, and why (C. Dickens), Mr. J. M. Jones; Tom Ellis," Mr. Owen Ladd and Coal and some of its uses," Mr. J. R. Davies. Each paper made a good impression, and the compilers were accorded hearty receptions. There was no meeting on Wednesday last owing to the visit of Madam Sarah Grand. The latter's lecture on Wednesday last at Bethlehem Chapel was not so well at- at Bethlehem Chapel was not so well at- tended as might have been expected. It is possible that not enough publicity was given to the matter, as the present day is not one in which you can depend upon mere reputation to attract, a crowd. Still, the lecture on Things we forget to re- member was an intellectual as well as a humorous treat, and thoroughly enjoyed by all present.

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Penrhiwfer. Valley

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