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UNITARIAN CllAPEL.

To PARTIES FCRSMHING.

MARKET-SQUARE Un.UEL.

CYMRf FYDD LEAGUE.

I.O.G.T.

THE EXCELSIOR DEBATING SOCIETy.

SUNDAY NIGHT MISSION SERVKK.

MARRIAGE

WESLEYAN Hom: MISSION

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DOWLAW EISTEDDFOD.

THEATRICAL.

EXCKLSIOK MIKSTKELH.

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SUNDAY SACRED CONCERT.

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EBENEZER.

THE Soys or TEMPERANCE.

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MEUTHYR V. PoNTvruiDi).

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MEUTHYR V. PoNTvruiDi). considerablecfiV- api>oiutment was felt in football circles on Saturday at tho non-appearance of the Pontypridd team to play the league match with Merthyr. In spite of th" heavy fall of snow which came down in the morning Mr. K. J. Fryer, the secretary, wired to Pontypridd to the effect that theground was in excellent condition. The game was looked forward to with great interest; in cousequence of the fact that when Merthyr played Pontypridd on their own ground, the latter only just; managed to hold their own. It will therefore 00 readily understood that when a telegram was received in the afternoon saying that Pontypridd could not raise a team much disappointment was felt. Mr. J. T. Harrap, the Merthyr captain, lost no time in riding up to Cefn to apprise the assembled spectators that the match had been postponed. Coming as it. did close upon the heels of a similar disappointment, on the previous Saturday, when the Cardiff Reserves* failed to put in an appearance, there can be littlw wonder tnat the spectators felt aggrieved. It i< humiliating to the Merthyr Club to be obliged on two successive Saturdays to return the gate-monej* to tbe> spectators, the more so because the public lose faith in the matches. The conduct of teams like Pontypridd and Cardiff Reserves should bo brought before thet Welsh Union without delay, so that justice might 1M admininistered to clubs and spectators alike. As fau as the Merthyr Club is concerned, it ie only fair to state that they have all along kept their engagements with other teams and not long ago, rather than d*i- apjtoiut their Mountain Ash friends, they journeyed to the town with only five members of their first team, so that the match should come off even whilst played at a disadvantage. There: will be some difficulty in playing this league match with Pontypridd as Merthyr have at present no opeu dat2.

ABEBCANAID V. MERTHYR VAl.K.

NELSON JCNIORSV. TKEHABKIS.

[ EBnw VALt; V. PONTYMOILE.

I THE NEW UNION.

PLAIN POLITICS.

MERTHYR STARVING POOR.

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CYCLING TRACK FOR ABERDARE.'

LIBERALISM THE EXEMY OF THE…

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. FIRE AT TREHARRIS.

THE LOCAL VETO BILL.

THE CHRONICLES OF DOWLAIS.

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THEATRE ROYAL, CARDIFF.

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A CHARITY FOOTBALL MATCH.

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