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ICHILDREN LEAVING SCHOOL.

ALLEGED LIBEL AT DOWLAIS.

IARTHUR LINTON.

,THE ROADS IN DOWLAISI COLLIERIES.I

A TREAT TO ABERDARE INDUSTRIAL…

THE •< RAILWAY REVIEW " AND…

MERTHYR LICENSED VICTUALLERS…

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MERTHYR LICENSED VICTUALLERS ASSOCIATION. On Thursday afternoon last the annual meeting of the above association was the Corner House, Penry- street. Mr. E. D. Evans (president) occupied the chair, and Mr. W. Phillip, White Horse Inn, the vice-chair. There was a very large attendance of meml>ers, and the annual report was read by Mr. M. Griffiths, secretary. The report showed that the iucrease of members during the year was 39, and that in all departments the association has been very successful. The next business was the election of a president for the ensuing year. Mr. Evans was pressed to remain in office, but he declined the offer on thegroundthathehad occupied the chair for two years and thought it was ti me togi ve way tosomeoneelse. On f the proposition of Mr. Griffiths, Taff Vale Brewery, t seconded by Mr. D. Daviee, Corner House, Dowlais, 1 and supported by Mr. Thomas Morris (Pontycapel), a Mr. Rowlands (Volunteer Inn), Mr. Price (Sew Jun, s Penydarren), and Mr. Short (L'r^s Keys, Dowlais), a I a hearty vote of thanks was passed to the retiring presi- dent, Mr. Phillips the vice-chairman was proposed as president, but he declined the post. Mr. Griffiths proposed that Mr. Dan Thomas oe elected and Mr. Short seconded, the motion lieing carried with loud applause. Mr. Thomas briefly returned thanks, c after which Mr. P. Mansfield (Kings Head Inn, ] Dowlais), was elected as Vice-chairman Mr. T. Morris was re-elected treasurer, and Mr. J. W. l^ewis was again asked to act as solicitor for the association. i The usual routine business was then transacted. T

THE TREHARRIS COLLIERY CASE.…

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