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ACCIDENT AT DOWLAIS

THE MERTHYR WOMEN'S LIBERAL…

" THE GRIP OF IRON.

SPARKS FROM THE ANVIL.

POXTSTICILL WATER QUESTION.

MERTHYR SCHOOL BOARD ELECTION.

QUAKERS' YARD.

ASSAULTING COUNTY COURT BAILIFFS.

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MARKET SQUARE CIIATET. ANNUAL…

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MARKET SQUARE CIIATET. ANNUAL TEA. —On Thursday evening, the annual tea in connection with the Market Square Congregational Chapel, was held in the schoolroom. There was a large attendance, and an excellent tea was prov ided. The tables were presided over by the following ladies Mrs. Harris, Mrs-. Gomer Jones, Sirs. Peter Williams, Mrs. Hooper, Mrs. Coleman, and Miss Gearing, and weie ably assisted by several of the ladies of the congregation. After tea. Rev. J. G. James, pastor, took the chair, and gave a general report, and the work of the church and its auxiliaries. Reports were also given hy Mr. H. A. Hooper, conductor of the choir, Mr. Ivor Daniel, minute secretary of the Sun- day School, Mr. Harry Nobes, of the Sunday School branch at Caedraw, Mr. Ernest Daniel, of the Band of Hope, Mr. Strovan, of the Missionary Society, Mr. Henry Davies, of the Young Men's Imuro\ emeut Class, Mr. Hatty, of the Reading Circle, Miss Jessie Clearing and Mr. James Watts, of the Caedraw Mission, aud Mr. Llewellyn Jenkins, of the Christian | Endeavour Society, all showing very encouraging prospects and favourable reports of the work done. The evening was afterwards devoted to games.

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! ! TEMPERANCE AT DOWLAIS.

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HAVE THE QUAKER'S YARD PEOPLE…

METEOROLOGICAL REGISTER.

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MARKET SOT A HI: MUTUAL IMPROVEMENT…

j LLANDOVERY COLLEGE SCHOLARSHIPS.

THURSDAY, JANUARY 31ST, 1895.…