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TREHARRIS.

CAERPHILLY.

LLANBRADACH.

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TROEDYRHIW. ANNIVERSARY.—The Sunday School anniversary in connection with Tabernacle Chapel took place on Sunday last. The meetings were largely attended throughout the day. and liberal collections were made towards the funds of the school. The children, as usual, had for some time been engaged preparing their recitations, and did their work in a manner creditable to themselves and those who had coached them. The choir, under the leadership of Mr. Charles Beune, sang suitable anthems, and Miss Lydia Davies presided at the harmonium with her customary ability. FAREWELL MKKTtxa. On Thursday evening last, a social tea and farewell meetwig were held at the Bridge-street schools. The affair was promoted by the employees of Messrs. Price Brothers, on the;occa- sion of the departure of Mr. D. M. Elias, one of their fellow-assistants, to London. The tables, which were prettily decorated with flowers, evergreens, ko., were r; -s presided over by Misses Cissie and Emily Price, Miss Morse, Miss Catherine Hughes, and Aliss Maggie Watkins. After the repast the chair was taken by Mr. George Jones, and the following programme was given in an excellent manner Overture, Welsh Airs," Miss Roberts song, Rooked in the Cradle of the Deep," Mr. William George, Mertiiyr Vale song, Holy City," Miss E. Lewis, Merthyr Vale (encored) recitation, Mr. B. O. Jones; duet, Messrs. John Davies and William George selections on pianoforte, banjo, and mouth organ, Miss Roberts and Messrs. Tom Evans and J. Picton (encorodi; song, Hen Frothyn Bach Melyn fy Nhad," Mr. John Davies finale, Men Wlad fy Nhadau," Mr. George Jones. Miss Roberts performed the duties of accompanist in a manner which did her credit. Speeches were delivered wishing Mr. Elias God speed, by Mi. David Davies, manager, grocery department Mr. J. O. Williams, manager, drapery; and the Chairman. Air. Elias, who is very popular in the place, leaves with the best wishes of a large circle of friends, iu which we may safely say that nearly all the inhabitants join. We understand that it is the intention of his fellow-assistants to privately present him with an album ere he leaves as a souvenir of his sojourn in their midst.

MERTHYR VALB.

THE GELLIGAER SCHOOL.

MERTHYR BANKRUPTCY COURT.

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