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EilPlhK THKATHK.

Miss FORTESCTK'S VIsrr TO…

GAME.

COLUMBARIAN.

PIE-MUNI; ROOM.

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HEARTS oi'OAK.—

OMISSION.

DEATH.

THE DOWLAIS EXCELSIOR MINSTRELS.

PERSONAL.

" 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.

THE REV. D. M. REES, TREDEGAR.

SAD ACCIDENT AT CWMAMAX.

THE LATE MR. E. D. WILLIAMS,…

SERVICK OK SONG.

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ENTERTAINMENT.

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THP. COAL TRADE.

THE lRos AND STEEL COMPANT.

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SUCCESS.

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THE IRON AND STEEr. COMPANY.

MONDAY.

DEATH OF MRS. AARON DAVIES.…

TIRPHIL AND BRITHDIR CHAMBER…

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TIRPHIL AND BRITHDIR CHAMBER OF TRADE. Wednesday Present:—Messrs. W. Jones (presi- dent), T. Jones (vice-president), W. D. Phillips, D. Jones, I). Hurman, W. Lewis, J. Davies. H. J. Sim?, and James Thomas (secretary).—A letter WAS read by the Secretary which had been received from the postmaster at Cardiff, asking the Chamber to suggest a person suitable for the post office at Tirphil ,1( lw and residing near the railway station.—It was decided to place the matter in the hands of Messrs. T. J ones, W. D. Phillips, J. Aurelius, and H. J. Sims for consideration, and they to bring the matter before the Chamber at the next meeting.— The Secretary informed the Chamber that NO reply had been received from the Clerk to the Gelligaer Highway Board, with regard to street lighting.—The Chamber thought it ef the greatest importance that something should be done for the protection of the Chamber thought it ef the greatest importance that something should be done for the protection of the public in providing light along the villages, and agreed that the Secretary should again write to the Board.— Councillor W. Jones read a communication which he had received from the assistant overseer respecting the great inconvenience the electors were put to in having to travel to Deri to record their votes, and he promised that the president's complaint should have Rpeeial attention in the event of an election he would endeavour to have the regifter of Brithdir voters placed in the Tirphil polling hooth instead of the present arrangement. ¡

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MERTHYR ORPHEUS SOCIETY.

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MR. W. BARTKK JOHNS.

POLICE COURT.

FUNERAL SKRMON.

FATALITY AT OLYN-UWYN LEVEL.

RECORD COAL RAISING.

TWO CHILDREN BURNED TO DEATH.

FIRE AT TREDEGAR,