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BLACK MILL JOTTINGS.

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BLACK MILL JOTTINGS. [BY SHOX O'R LAN.] Wonders will never cease, even in the suburbs of Black Mill. Although the weather has been so beautiful for haymaking, some of the farmers, within a hundred miles of Black Mill, are not satisfied with six days a week, but they are guilty of using the Sabbath to carry hay, and also work with the hay all through the day. It would be a great deal more to their credit if they attend a place of worship instead. Such an unchristian act is a disgrace to the locality.—Next time that some of the elected officers are backward in ful- filling their duty—those that we really expect to, too—in connection with their Sunday School,, perhaps, it is the Sunday fever has overtaken them. I hope that they will soon recover again. A certain individual is very anxious to know who is the writer of the Black Mill jottings. WeU, it is feasible enough that the father should feel for the son—if he feels that he should like to have a little controversy, I suppose, Mr; Editor, you have no objection. I have been given to under- stand that he would feel a little better if he only but knew. I was very pleased to see my old friend the Rev. J. Griffiths (Aberdare) looking so well when on his holidays amongst us for nearly a. fortnight, and, as per usual, pleasant and so kind by preaching here both Sundays, and likewise in his Welsh /<?/ I understand that the Rev. W. Griffiths has been made postmaster here, and that he is to start to build a new post-office in a very convenient place.

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