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Miss FORTESCTK'S VIsrr TO…

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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,…

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THE IRON AND STEEr. COMPANY.

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DEATH OF MRS. AARON DAVIES.…

TIRPHIL AND BRITHDIR CHAMBER…

MERTHYR SHOP ASSISTANTS.I

COUNTY .COUNCIL ELECTION.I…

TRAP ACCIDENT AT TREHARRIS.

MERTHYR ORPHEUS SOCIETY.

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MERTHYR ORPHEUS SOCIETY. TLIO above society, which, under the leadership of Mr. W. H. Powell, A.C., recently gave such excel- lent performances of Blodwen at the Temperance Hall, held a most enjoyable soiree at Hope Hall on i Tuesday evening. The tables were laid out in the j most elegant manner by the lady members of the society. After partaking of the good things provided, an excellent programme was gone through, the chair- J man being Mr. T. STEAD man June. London. The J following programme was gone through :—Solo, Home, sweet home," sweetly rendered by Mrs. Mary Miles Beynon recitation, Mr. D. Recs song, My pretty Jane," the Chairman encore, Come into the garden, Maud," the Chairman oboe solo, Mr. W. T. Morgan imitation of warbling, Mr. Mor- j FAN Lewis duet, Gathering flowers," Miss Cissie j >avies and Miss Nellie Davies, An interval occurred at this juncture, which was occupied by gamos. 4c., which, of course, were very much enjoyed. Song, The valley by the sea," Miss Nellie Davies selec- at this juncture, which was occupied by gamos. &c., which, of course, were very much enjoyed. Song, The valley by the sea," Miss Nellie Davic-s selec- tion, On the walls (from Blodwen '), the choir, Mr. W. H. Powell taking the lead song, Mor o gan yw Cymru i gvd," Mr. J. R. Jisne.S, Bethesda- street recitation, Mr. Davies, stationmaster of the Brecon and Merthyr Station, Dowlais solo, Mrs, 1 Catherine Lewis duet, Larboard watch," MESSRS. Edward Jones and William Evans song, The fanner," Mr. Tom Morris. Mr. Powell addressed the party, and said that he hoped that they had all enjoyed themselves thoroughly, and that they would all stick together IQ the future as they had 'done in j the past (hear, hear). The accompanist for the evenice j was Mr. W. Rowlands, who, as usual, acquitted him- self in a masterly manner, A vote of thanks to the artistes, the ladies, and to the chairman, having been passed the National Anthem was sung, and the mem- bers separated. — J

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FUNERAL SKRMON.

FATALITY AT OLYN-UWYN LEVEL.

RECORD COAL RAISING.

TWO CHILDREN BURNED TO DEATH.

FIRE AT TREDEGAR,