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CWMAMAN. MININS.—Mr. Richards, of Johannesburg, South Africa, gave a. capital lecture on mining in connection with the Cwmaman Mining Class lately. Mr. D. E. Davies presided. Mr. Dan Jones also gave a short address. The usual votes of thanks were accorded. "YN YSGOL."—At the Public Hall on Monday and Tuesday nights, the popular Welshmantata, Yr YS?ol"(eJ. T. Rees, Mus. Bac.), was performed in full character by the Zoar Welsh Choir, under the leadership of Mr. Daniel Owen. Different characters were filled by Mr. W. James (Eos Morganwg) and Mrs. J. Davies, Cwmaman, together with several members of the choir. Prof. R. Howells, Aberdare, and Mr. W. D. Howells, Cwmaman, together with Mr. J. Richards and Mr. J. W. Evans, Cwmaman, filled the instrumental parts. There were excellent renderings each evening, and much credit is due to Mr. Daniel Owen, the able conductor. Mr. Morgan Evans acted as honorary secretary, and did his duties creditably. The proceeds go towards the new C.M. Chapel. Co OPERATIVE SOCIETT.—A public meeting was held at the Public Hall, Cwmaman, on Wednesday night week, in connection with the above society. There was but a small attendance. Mr. John Rees, Tyrheol, presided in the alienee of Mr. Gwilym Jones, and gave a few introductory remarks. Mr. J. Jones, an F. Godey, Colchester, gave a history of the co-operative movement from its commencement at Rochdale. The first co-operative shop was opened by a. few poor people, but the business extended and grew to such an extent that the annual trade of the Co-operative Society was now worth from 30 to 40 thousand pounds.—Mr. D. Griffiths, Aberdare, in the course of a Welsh speech, said that the four co-operation branches from Tre- cynon to Penrhiwceiber had 4,000 members. The co-operative movement had made great progress in the district.—Mr. J. Clay, Gloucester, in the course of an interesting speech, said that their trade had gone up considerably, and they had now six vessels carrying produce from foreign countries for the co-operati ve establishments.

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