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THE ABERDARE CHESS CLUB.

STEALING A POUND OF BISCUITS.

ABERDARE LIBERAL CLUB.

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ABERDARE LIBERAL CLUB. T The fifth annual general meeting of the Aberdare Liberal Club and Institute was held on Tuesday night at the Institution, when there were present Mr. Griffith George, J.P.. senior vice-president (in the chair), Messrs. D. Williams, vice-president, D. Z. Jones, W. Phelps, J. W. Harris, J. II. James, J. Mills, M. Watkins, J. Harris, D. Davies, Canton House T. Roderick. D. Davies (Dewi Vychan), Islmiael Harris. I). Williams, Thomas Thomas, D. E. Davies, F. Morris, W. Thomas, S. M. Davies, J. Davies, Rhys IS wins (secretary), Mrs. D. M. Richards, etc.—The Chairman said this was their liftn annual meeting since the commencement of the club. He remembered the starting of two or three similar CLUO^ in Aberdare, but he did not everremem- bcr being at the fifth annual meeting of any of them. The first business on the agenda was to receive a new case of books from the eisteddfod committee.—Mr. T. RodericK (hon. secretary ot the committee) made the presentation, The number of volumes in the case at that time was between 210 and 220 and they inclu- ded mining, engineering, music, fiction, temperance, and a number of Welsh books. The books were worth J343, and the case £12. They had JB50 left from the JB105 made out of the eisteddfod, and the com- mittee proposed to present the club with £ 10 worth of books every year until the £ 50 was spent.—A hearty vote of thanks was passed to the Eisteddfod Committee for their valuablo donation.—Mr. D. Z. Jones proposed that an illuminated address on vellum be presented to Mr. J. W. Harris, Mr. T. Roderick, and Mr. I't lee. T. Thomas seconded, and the motion was carried unanimously. Mr. J. W. Harris returned thanks on behalf of himself and eoUeagues.— The Secretary then read out the balance-sheet, by which it appeared that the amount received for refreshments was £252 13s. 6I<L. billiard*, £193 6S. Od. SUBSCRIPTIONS, £ 101 7s, ótl, i other iuiall items, together with cash in hand of £ 16 5s., brought the total amount to £ 649 Is. 7d. The Secretary stated that a bill for the repairs of the club, amount- ing to over £ 100 had been paid. The balanee-8he«t was signed by Messrs. Hugh Thomas and D. James. —Mr. Ishmael Harris moved the adoption of the balance-aheet.—Mr. James seconded, and the motion was carried.—Mr. D. A. Thomas, M.P., was unani- mously re-elected president for the ensuing year.- Mr. Griffith George and Mr. D. Williams, Albert- street, were re-appointed vice-presidents.—Mr. J. W. Harris was appointed treasurer.—The election of librarian was tnen proceeded with, and Mr. Hall was unanimously re-elected. Many of the members thought that he deserved some recognition for his past services, and on the meeting being informed that the funds would not allow payment, Mr. J. H. James !-aid that if any six would give something towards making up two guineas, he would give as much as any three.—Mr. Ishmael Harris said that he and two others would make up one guinea, and Mr. James promised to give the other, amidst applause.— Mr. James and Mr. Harris were elected auditors.— Messrs. Griffith Geoige, Thomas Thomas, and J. W. Harris were elected as representatives on the South Wales Liberal Federation. The following were elected members of the committee:—Messrs. D. Z. Jones, Morgan Watkins, Thomas. Roderick, W. Phelps, and T. E. Powell. Instructions were given to the committee to consider the advisability of starting a branch of the Cymru Fydd League in Aberdare. Instructions were also given to discus the (question of making the eisteddfod in connection with the club an annual event.—A vote of sympathy was prosed with Mr. D. P. Davies, Commercial- street, in his illness.—A vote of confidence was-passed in the Government, and thanking Lord Rosobery for placing the Welsh Disestablishment Bill in the fore- most place in the Liberal programme.

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FATALITY AT OLYN-UWYN LEVEL.

RECORD COAL RAISING.

TWO CHILDREN BURNED TO DEATH.

FIRE AT TREDEGAR,