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THE PLYMOUTH CRISIS.

THE MERTHYR BOARD AND THEI…

MERTHYR WOMEN'S LIBERAL ASSOCIATION.

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MERTHYR VALE.

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MERTHYR VALE. THE FIRST LAM: -UN Sunday nioruing last wo noticed the first lamb of the season in this neighbour- hood. MEUTHYK VALE COLLIERIES.—These have been working extremely w«H of late, and the output has been very largf. We notice they are utilising the Plymouth etuptica during the stoppage there. MAJOR BEI.I.'S SUCCESSOR No appointment ha = yet been made by Messts. Nixon'1* Company of geiier-il iiiauiger in place of Major Bell. Wlearn that the directors of the company have not met sinro the vacancy occurred, but they will probably meet during thotirst week in March. PERSONAL. -Sergeant-instructor Murphy has been appointed sergoant-major of the Militia Ilt Cardiff where he commences duty on the last day of March, He is a most intelligent and competent officer, and his Merthyr Vale friends of all sections will miss him very much. He was immensely popular with th', Volunteers, aud highly respected by his fellow-towns- men generally. He carries with him to Cardiff tho most cordial good wishes of all. t TREDEGAR. THE TI;I;1)E«:AR TOWN BAND are feady to receive Engagements for Club Feasts, Fetes and Galas, &c. Terms moderate.—Apply, Secretary, Town Band, RiVXT row, Tredegar. C. J. PRICE, grocer, Tredegar and Britlidir, receive'! weekly supplies of finest Wiltshire Bacon, Cheddar, Gorgouzola and other prime cheese. Butter shipped weekly. Agent for Rogers' celebrated AK Ales and Stouts, Kinimond's high-class Table Waters, W. aud A. Gil'iey's Wines aud Spirits, [3013

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