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MOUNTAIN ASH. tar Our Mountain Ash correspondent is Mr. W. Dally, Commercial-street, who will be glad to h. notified of meetings, Ac., and to receive advertiaments and printing orders. Rues BAPTIST CHAPF.L. -The half-yearly preaching services of Rhos Welsh Baptist Chapel were held on Sunday and Monday last, when able sermons were preached by (the Revs. O. Waldo James, Clydach Vale, and H. Harris, Treherberfe. COTTAGE HOSPITAL.—We are pleased to know that all arrangements are now complete for the reception of patients at the Cottage Hospital. The committee have been most anxious to get a thoroughly qualified lady nurse for the position of matron, and have now been succesful in securing the services of Miss Mackay, a lady who has had great experience in surgical work. INQUEST.—An inquest was held at the Napiers Arms, on Wednesday morning, by Mr. P. T. Rhys, deputy coroner, touching the death I of Jenkin Jenkins, who was injured at the. Deep Duffryn Colliery, on Friday, February 14th. death resulting therefrom on Sunday last. Mr. D. Dally wn appointed foreman of the jury.—Mr. G. F. Adams, H.M. Inspector, was present.—Evidence was given by Elizabeth Jenkins, widow of deceased, Edward Demery, W. J. Coslett, W. Morgan, and Dr. Josiah Williams.—The jury returned a. verdict of Acci- dental death." NOAKES' THEATRE —A benefit performance was given at this popular place of amusement on Wed- nesday evening last, in aid of the Newtown Brass and Reed Band, when there was a crowded audience. The great domestic drama, entitled The Race For Life," was excellently played by the members of the company. Mr. Noakes had, at great expense, secured for the whole of the week, the redoubtable swell comedian, Harry Towers, who kept the audiences in continual roars of laughter. Great praise is due to Mr. Noakes for his generosity in giving benefits for various charitable and deserving causes. SOCIAL GATHERING.—On Thursday night a very pleasant social gathering took place at Dyffryn- street English Methodist Church on the occasion of the reading of the annual report and accounts of the church. Excellent tea, cake, &c., was provided, the provisions having been supplied by members of the church. A large number sat down at the tables, which were prettily decorated, and superintended by the following ladiesMrs. Williams, Mrs. T. Davies, Mrs. W. Davies, Mrs. Brown, Miss Sears, and Miss Badham. During the course of the evening Mr. Herbert, the secretary of the church, presented the report for the past year, which was very satis- factory and encouraging. Addresses were also given by the pastor, the Ilev. D. J. W. Lewis, ana the deacons of the church, all of whom spoke very hope- fully of the future welfare and progress of the church. Mr. Badham and party rendered Diadem,' and Mr. William Edwaras, Mr. B. Richards, Miss Lydia Griffiths, Miss Katie Brown, gave solos. A recitation was also given by Miss Clara Thomas, and a flute solo by Mr. R. Richards.

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