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MERTHYR TYDFIL SCHOOL BOARD.

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62. THOMAS-STREET, MERTHYR TYDFIL, FEBRCAKY 15 TH, 1396. DEAlt Sw. Recognition of the Honour conferred by Her Majesty upon Sir W. T. LEWIS, Bart. From the moment it was made known that Her I Most Gracious Majesty bad conferred the honour of a Baronetcy upon SIR WILLIAM T. LEWIS, it was felt throughout the district that practical expression should be given in testimony alike of the dignity awarded, and in earnest appreciation of Sir William's long and able services to Wales. To review those services would be a lengthy and pleasant task. No one has laboured more than he in theDeveIopement of the Industries of the Princi- pality. The impress of his work is to be ?een over a wide area. Docks, Mines, Steel Works, yielding comfort to hundreds of thousands, are his memorials. I The Seaman, the Miner, the Steel Worker, have been I unceasingly benefitted by him, and his services have not ended there. He has been assiduous in looking I after the wounded in the battle of Trade and Com- merce in establishing a Fund for the injured and in Mining Schools and Colleges; and not least, in Hospital work his generous sympathies havp been exhibited. To hand down to future generations the memory of To hand down to future generations the memory of a reputation so excellent, a Committee has been formed for the purpose of soliciting Subscriptions towards the Erection of a Statue in some chosen spot in his native place, or some other form of lasting recognition of the dignity conferred upon him by Her Majesty; and I am directed to appeal to you for your co-operation in the Movement, which, while aiming to honour him, cannot fail to reflect honour upon all concerned. Subscriptions may be made payable to either of the Treasurers, or to Yours faithfully, W. J. JONES, Hon. See. EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE: THOMAS JENKINS, Esq., J.P., C.C., High Con- stable, Chairman. E. P MARTIN, Esq., J.P., Dowlais; WILLIAM EVANS, Esq., J.P., Cyfartlifa, Treasurers. I Messrs. W. L. Daniel, E. P. Martin, J.P., ^'illiam Evans, J.P., T. H. Bailey, J.P., Christmas Evans, \1 Wni. Griffiths, F. T. James, R. P. Rees, John Rogers. J.P., Rev. Daniel Lewis (Rector), Joseph Owen, H. W. Martin, Charles Wilkms, Ilev. Canon Wade, H. W. Sou they, J.P., Isaac Edwards, Isaac I Lewis John Jones (Glanynant), Thomas Price (Loco- motive Inspector), J. Ctlllehnd, Colonel Cresswell, J.P John Roberts (Merthyr Vale). Colonel Lewis, I Dr. Biddle, Gwilym C. James, David Williams, Thomas Evans, Thomas Morgan, Dr. Ward, J.P., Dr. Webster, J.P., Thomas Williams, J.P., Dr. Crom- I well Jones, H. E. Gray, Wra. Harris, W. T. Bell. MARKET SQUARE CHURCH. NEXT SUNDAY, MARCH 8ill. PREACHER— REV. J. G. JAMES. Morning Subject-" The Christian's Reward—What is it?" Even ng Subject—" The New Light."

Family Notices

THURSDAY, MARCH 5TH, 1896.

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IMUSICAL GOSSIP.

M EET OF THE LLANWONNO HOUNDS.

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