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BLAENGARW.

PONTYCYMMER.

OGMORE VALE.

NANTYMOEL.

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NANTYMOEL. Bereavement.âMuch sympathy is felt for Mr. and Mrs. John Hughes, Vale View, Nant- ymoel, in their sad bereavement through the death of their little child aged 15 months. Obituary.-We very much regret to record the death of Mrs. Ann James, Vale View, who died on Tuesday at the residence of her daughter, Mrs. David Jones, after a long ill- ness borne with great resignation, at the advanced age of 70 years. Mrs. James was one of Nantymoel's oldest residents, and she and her family were held in very high esteem by the inhabitants of the place generally. The eldest son, Mr. Jas. Lloyd James, is in South Africa, where he has been for a number of years engaged in a gold mine. The great- est sympathy is expressed ror the family in ffieir sorrow. The funeral will take place to-morrow (Saturday). Election News.âA mass meeting of miners was held at the Workmcn's-hall, Nantymoel, on Thursday evening of last week, to select candidates for the forthcoming County Coun- cil, District Council and Board of Guardians Elections. It was decided not to contest the County Council on the present occasion. For the District Council the present member, Councillor Jacob Edwards, J.P., was unani- mously adopted. Mr. J. E. Price and Mr. William Griffiths will also offer themselves for the vacancy. For the Guardians, Llandy- fodwg Ward, Nantymoel, Messrs. David Ed- wards, Cadwgan-street, and Thos. Williams, Dinam-street, were selected. The retiring members in this ward are Messrs. T. J. Job, John Rees, and Edward David. Mr. Rees, who is now a student at Ruskin College, Ox- ford, will not seek re-election, but we learn that Messrs. Edward David and T. J. Job will again seek a renewal of the confidence of the electors. Mr. Thos. Williams, baker and confectioner, Pricetown, will also be a can- didate. In the Llangeinor Ward, Nanty- moel, Mr. William Gorvin was selected by the miners for the vacancy, and he will be op- posed by Mr. Edward Cox. Already keen in- terest is being taken in the forthcoming elec- tions.

IGILFACH GOCH.

OGMOKE ELECTRIC LIGHTING.

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