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MERTHYR. I

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DOWLAIS.

YAYKOH PARISH COUNCIL.

MERTHYR THEATRE ROYAL.

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MERTHYR THEATRE ROYAL. Playgoers are this week delighted with Mr. Sam Hague's excellent troup of minstrels," and every night the artistes are loudly applauded by all parts of the house. The songs are quite new, and the jokes are up to date, and every member of the company possesses a splendid voice. The choruses are rendered in good style and with much taste. Mr. Tom Beet, in his latest banjo songs, is a treat, and among other items worthy of note we may mention the individual songs and dances. Merthyr playgoers are partial to minstrels, and when such a good "crowd "as that possessed by Mr. Hague visit# the town they know now to appreciate them. Bumper houses are the order of the week, and it is hoped Mr. Smithson will continue to have crowded houses of enthusiastic admirers of minstrelism. "Sam Hague" is a name known all the world over. His entertainments are as refined as they are funny, and that is saying a great deal.-Next week, "The Road to Fortune," which is a popular favourite, will occupy the boards.

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THE PLYMOUTH CRISIS.

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FOOTBALL NOTES AND! NEWS.

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DEATH AND FUNERAL OF MISS…

ONE MAN ONE BOARD.

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