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[ Cwmparc,

Tylorstown.

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Femdale.

Pentre.

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Porth.

Blaenrhondda.

Blaengwynfi.

Tondu.

-Tonypandy.

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---Treorchy,

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A grand tea meeting was held at Horeb I Chapel on Monday and was very well aLCendod. The following, who presided at the tables, deserve credit:âMrs. Evans (Primrose Villa.), the Misses Williams (Melvin House), Mrs. W. M. Jones and Miss Jones, Mrs. D. L. Short and Miss Williams, Mrs. Jones (Pentwyn) and Miss Jones, Mrs. Pook, Mrs. Thomas Lewis and the Misses Lewis. In the evening, an entertainment was held, and judging by the sound of applause which greeted the various renditions, there was an excellent programme. At the commencement, Master Jack Kinsey and Miss Ceridwen Pook crave solos, which were followed by selections on a gramophone. The last part was devoted to a competitive con- cert, in which Jack Kinsey, Fred Power, and others were prize-winners. Mr. Geo. Pook accompanied, and Mr. J. T. Short, B.A., presided. Tabernacle Choir spent an enjoyable day at Weston-super-Mare on Monday, and Bethlehem Sunday School tripped to Portheawl. It is with profound legret that we chronicle the death of Miss Winifred Michael, the 13!-year.uld daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Michael, of Stuart Street, Treorchy, which took place last Sunday afternoon. Deceased suffered from appendicitis and peritonitis. She underwent an operation on Sunday and came off successfully, but later a collapse took place, and death occurred at 10 o'clock at night. Much credit is due to Drs. Armstrong (Treorchy), Martin, Car- diff (specialist), Barret; Owmparc), Good- win, and Nursie Morris, who performed the operation. The bereaved relatives wish to specially bestow credit upon Dr. Armstrong, who attended to his work very attentively. Much sympathy is felt in the district for the relatives in their very sad bereavement. Only six months' time has elapsed since the death of deceased's sister occurred. The funeral will take place to-day (Thursday). Dr. Duff lectured at the Girls' School on Thursday last. The meeting was very well attended. CLARKE'S MELOX, the Perfected J ) Food for Dogs. Sole Agent;âR. T. Jones, Sheffield House, Treherbert. 1957

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