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ABERAMAN. THE HIGH CONSTABLESHIP.—A requisition has been made from the residents of .this district to the High Constable of Aberdare, Mr. L. N. Williams, asking him to nominate Mr. Hann, of Aberaman, as his successor to the office. Mr. Williams' has premised to consider the application. PRESENTATION.—We are pleased to notice that Mr. B. Lewis, Woodland-terrace, has been presented by his many friends with a silver-mounted ivory top walking stiok on the occasion of his appointment as under-manager of the George Pit of the Powell Duffryn Colliery Company. SUNDAY SCHOOL ASSOCIATION. — The quarterly meeting of the Aberdare district of Church Sunday Schools was held at Aberaman Church recently. There was evensong in St. Margaret's Church at 7.30 p.m., and a meeting in the crypt at 8 p.m. An address and a model lesson were given by the Rev. Henry Dawson, clerical secretary of the Sunday School Institute. CASTLE HARRIERS.—An enjoyable run took place on Friday la3t in connection with the Aberaman Castle Harriers. There was a good muster, tho course being in the direction of Abercwmboy Bridge. The first thiee home were Ivor Davies first, D. J. Williams second, D. Rees third. The club has 35 members. The officials are as follows :-Captain, T. Tanner vice-captain, J. Tanner secretary, D. J. Williams. THE BANQUET TO MICHAEL.—We understand that the banquet in honour of Mr. Jimmy Michael, champion cyclist of the world, has been fixed to be held at the Lamb and Flag. It was the intention of the Aberaman Cycling Club to hold a smoking con- cert in honour of the champion, but they have now decided to amalgamate with the promoters of the banquet. The affair is likely to prove a great tuccess. PRIMITIVE METHODIST CHOIR.—This choir, who number about 100, have decided to rehearse "Starry Throne" and another piece* The conductor is Mr. Gomer Phillips. A few weeks ago Mr. Ph illi pH met with an accident in consequence of which he was not able to carry on his musical duties. In his absence Mr. J. Thorney acted as conductor. Mr. Phillips hopes, however, to recover soon and resume hi" duty as conductor. We wish the choir every success. COLLIERY MATTERS.—On Monday at the Plough Inn, Aberaman, a general meeting of the colliers of Aberaman was held. There was a good attendance. A vote of condolence was unanimously passed with Alderman David Morgan, miners' agent, Aberdare, on the occasion of the death of his daughter, Mrs. Griffiths. A similar vote was also unanimously passed with the relatives of the late Dr. James in their bereavement. A good deal of discussion took place with regard to the action of the employers in introducing discharge notes at the various collieries of the associated masters. This action was unanimously condemned as having a tendered to victimise the men. It was decided to call the attention of the Sliding-scale Committee to the action, and urge upon that body the necessity of calling a general cunference with the view of getting the question thoroughly discussed at an early date.

CWMAMAN.

MOUNTAIN ASH.

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