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THE DOWLAIS EXCELSIOR MINSTRELS.

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" JEPHTH A " AT ABEIIDAKK.

THE ABERDARE CHESS CLUB.

STEALING A POUND OF BISCUITS.

ABERDARE LIBERAL CLUB.

RITUALISM AT MOUNTAIN ASH.

"NEGLECTED A BE LI A MAN."

CYVRDD CHWARTER AT ABERDARE.

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CYVRDD CHWARTER AT ABERDARE. The quarterly meeting of the North Glamorganshire Congregational Association was held on Tuesday last, at Bethel Congregational Chapel, Aberdare, when the chair was occupied by Rev. P. W. Hough, Ynysgau, Merthvr, the president for the year. The Rev. J. Hamer Thomas, of Cwmaman, was elected a ul' member of the association, and a vote of sympathy with the Rev. W. M. Jones, Adulam, in his illness was passed.—The Rev. J. Thomas, Soar, proposed and Rev. H. A. Davies, Cwmaman, seconded a resolution expressing satisfaction at the definite and unmistakable promise of the Prime Minister at Cardiff that the Disestablishment of the English Church in Wales was to have the first place in the Government programme, which was passed.—On the motion of Mr, .J. Bo wen, Merthyr, seconded by the Rev. J. Thomas, Zoar, a motion thanking Sir. W. Harcourt for his pledge in reference to the Local Veto Bill was passed, and the Government was urged to pass it through its various stages during the coming Session.—-Rev. D. Silyn Evans, moved and Rev. H. P. Jenkins seconded That this association desires to bring under the notice of the Churches the desirability of members marrying in the chapels, and not to be content with the civil sen ice only." On the motion of the Rev. H. P. Jenkins, Aberaman. seconded by Mr. Thomas Williams, J.P., a vote of sympathy was passed with the Rev. W. I. Morris, Pontypridd, for his efforts to maintain the purity of the pulpit, and the Churches were urged to show their sympathy in a practical form.-The meeting tendered its hearty thank to the Rev. J. Thomas, Zoar, for his able vindication of the Welsh Noncon- formists of tho 18th century against the aspersions made against them in Y Todttu Methodistoidd.—Mr. D. D. Williams, Merthyr, read an able paper on The Best'Method for Membersjof Christian Churches becoming Acquainted."—In the afternoon a sermon was preached bv the Rev. I. Jones, Bethesda and in the evening the Revs. J. W. Price and P. W. Hough preached. The Bethel Church hospitably entertained the ministers and delegates, the catering being entrusted to Mr. W. Caunt, Aberdare. °

THE REV. D. M. REES, TREDEGAR.

SAD ACCIDENT AT CWMAMAX.

THE LATE MR. E. D. WILLIAMS,…

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THE IRON AND STEEr. COMPANY.

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DEATH OF MRS. AARON DAVIES.…

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TRAP ACCIDENT AT TREHARRIS.

MERTHYR ORPHEUS SOCIETY.

NEW CHURCH AT ABERCANAID.j

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FUNERAL SKRMON.

FATALITY AT OLYN-UWYN LEVEL.

RECORD COAL RAISING.

TWO CHILDREN BURNED TO DEATH.

FIRE AT TREDEGAR,