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MERTHYR VALB.

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MERTHYR VALB. THE COAL TRADE.—We understand that Messrs. Nixon and Co. have a special trial order for 500 tons of Merthyr Vale Coal. NAVIGATION HOTEL, ARKRFAN.—As we announced some time since the proprietary of this hotel has changed hands, and the new owner, Mr. Morgan "Griffiths, took possession on Thursday last. BOARD OF GUARDIANS ELECTION.—We learn that Mr. J. Roberts will retire at the end of March, and will be a candidate for this election, and the sup- porters of Mr. Gray are actively interesting them- selves m his candidature for the seat previously held by Major Bell. There are several rumours of other candidates, but at present it is not certainly known whether they will take the field or not. CONCERT.—A grand evening concert was given at the Assembly-rooms, on Thursday, by Mr. Mills' Orchestral Party of Merthyr. Mr. Silver's per- formances were much appreciated; also Miss Thorney's rendering of her songs. Madame Myrddin'p singing of "The Long Avenue," and Alone on the Raft," wan rapturously received and also encored. The concert in general was a very good one, but the attendance was not large. The pro- moters do not seem to have made a judicious use of the press in advertising the same, the opinion being generally expressed that the t vent was not sufficiently well known to the public. Mr. GwIlym Lewis accompanied,

THE GELLIGAER SCHOOL.

MERTHYR BANKRUPTCY COURT.

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