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THE NEW PARLIAMENT.

THE EMPEROR'S SPEECH.

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HIRWAIN SECESSION.

DEFICIENT EDUCATION.

DR. PRICE AND THE ODDFELLOWS.

ABERDARE POLICE COURT.

ABERDARE BOARD OF HEALTH.

MOUNTAIN ASH.

€MtaraI Qbarrcsuauhttttt.

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€MtaraI Qbarrcsuauhttttt. THE SECESSION OF HIRWAI To THE EDITOR OF THB AB<SRDARR T Sir, Will you allow me to call you to the following grossly incorrect para lating to this matter which appears u head of Aberdare" in last week's Telegraph ? "The movement of the separation from dare Local Hoard of Health proceeds v. factorily here, a resolution to this effe been carried all but unanimously at 1 meeting held on Thursday evening w amendment was proposed and duly at the proposer and seoonder only raisin; hands in its favour. We hear it is the of the Ilirwainites to have a Board of t' and they take much encouragement efforts from the fact that the Aberdar. against them, which they consider a 8U, their success, the Mountain Ash friend been opposed in the same way by that p: Now, Sir, if the Aberdare correspoi the Telegraph knew anything at all a1 subject, he must know that the paragr* represents the state of affairs at Hirwai. resolution for the separation was, no carried, but at what kind of a meeting P fair and accurate report given last week form the reader on this head better that Messrs. Aubrey and Williams, the only t\ tlemen present who could be regarded representatives of the large ratepayers oftb opposed the movement tooth and nail. Th persons who spoke were either small ratt men who had been disappointed in their e. get on the Aberdare Board, or men wh little or nothing to do, and would like to Board of Health at the expense of the rat of Hirwain. I don't know how it can be said t1 ment for the septration from the Aberda Board of Health proceeds very ntisfa when it is well known that every impor taken up to the writing of the paragraj appeared in the Telegraph was perfectly Persons who have been watching tb 4, of events must kuow there was sometb d than the opposition of the ABERDARE work to bring about the success of the 3 Ash people, who had quite a differ* n that of Hirwain. Thanking you for y 01 to keep the ambitious village poli ti< their right place," and trusting the t correspondent of the Telegraph will, il take care to write on correct informat 101 I remain, Sir, Yours faitb ,1u] Hirwain, February 3rd. [The Aberdare correspondent of tl m 1- is not the author of the paragraph q not no one who knows him would ever ch: with having written anything so brai ales truthful. One of the aspiring pro moti Secession movement has, most like! making a convenience of our oontei npoi this being the case we can only re gret correspondent, R. has placed us u jder cessity of taking any notice of the mat A. T.]

To THE EDITOR OF THE " ABKRD,…

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