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Tylorstown.

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Femdale.

Pentre.

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Porth.

Blaenrhondda.

Blaengwynfi.

Tondu.

-Tonypandy.

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Tonypandy. On Monday last, a grand pigeon shoot- ing handicap took place on the Mid- Riiondda Athletic Grounds. The prizes were J':10, L3 and £ 1, the entrance fee being 7s. each. There were record entries, and the shooting was of a very high standard. The gate was an ex- cellent one. The Sunday School anniversary of the English Congregational Churoh took place on Sunday, when three excellent services were given, consisting of the usual reci- tations, anthems, choruses, &c. Mr. John Hoskings, of Ystrad, presided over the services in his usual genial manner. Mr. George Symmonds wielded the baton, while the accompanists were Madame Blodwen Williams and Mr. Sam Thomas. Special mention should be made of the solo, Across the Sea," sung by Miss Rose Morgan, Tonypandy. The solo was sung with a humming accompaniment by the choir, and was greatly enjoyed. The trio by Miss E. Hawke, Miss T. Irish and Mr. Geo. Symmonds was highly appreciated, and requested to be sung at afternoon and evening services. Miss Sarah Thomas Thomas, Street, sang "A Picture of Jesus very effectively. Among those who contributed to the programme were:- Annie Sutton, Mary Amesbury, Susie Widiams, Gladys Morgan, Bessie Symmonds, George Lock, Emlyn Howells, Willie Morgan, Willie Randle, Lizzie Ann Jones, Sarah Thomas, Arthur Richards, Lillian May Rowles, Ivor Symmonds, Home Randle, Anwen Morgan, Gertie Bowen, Emily Louise Willy, Geo. Field, Maud Perkins, George Symmonds, Ivor Bow en, TiUy Morgan, Emma Williams, Emily Sutton, Florrie Lock, Ellen Ames- bury PhyHis Harris, Lizzie Morgan, Elizahetli Poulten, Maud Symmonds, Ada Symmonds, Beatrice Randle, Willie Jones, and Etliel ETawku. On Tuesday, the scholars had their annual tea and outing, â this time spent at Aberavon, and a very enjoyable day was spent. Mr. Geo, Lock (treasurer), Mr. D. T. Richards (secre- tary), and Mr. A. Sutton (superintendent of the school) deserve the highest praise for their share in carrying out their arrangements. <

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LiberaS League for Pentre.

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New Goijciliation Board.

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