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DOMESTIC INFELICITY AT ABERDARE.

SUNDAY OPENING OF MUSEUMS.

ANOTHER ACCIDENT AT TYLORS,TO\YN.

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THE AVORLD'S CHAMPION j CYCLIST.…

ABERDARE COUNCIL ELECTION.

METEOROLOGICAL REGISTER. !

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TRECYNON.

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TRECYNON. I' XITARIANI«M.—The Welsh LTnitarians at this place have commenced holding a series of popular lectures on Unitarian principles, on Tuesday nights. There have been fairly good attendances so far. PRESENTATION.—Mr. Evan Jones, late overman at the Ysgllhorwen Colliery, was lately presented with an illuminated address and a purse containing 20 guineas, by his numerous friends and well-wishers. B.W.T.A.—The newly-formed branch of the British Women's Temperance Association is making good progress in the locality. Gwyneth Yaughan con- sented to give an address to the members, and the meeting was announced to be held on Wednesday night (yesterday) at Bryn Sion Chapel. HOREB.—The annual preaching services in connec- tion with Horeb Chap-1, Llwydcoed, were :.t)eld on r March 1st and 2nd. There were large congregations at all the services. Excellent sermons were delivered by the Rev. Dr. L. Probert, Ystrad, Rev. Elwyn Thoma-s, Newport; and Rev. R. Thomas, Glandwr. OBITUARY.—We are deeply sorry to have to record the death of the son of Mr. Rake, Trecynon House, Trecynon, which occurred at the Transvaal, Sonth Africa, on February 23rd. A letter conveying the sad intelligence was received by Mr. Rake on Tues- day in last wee", and mtico sympathy has been expressed with Mr.*and Mrs. Rake and the relatives in their liereavement. It appears that the cause of death was typhoid fever. The deceased was a very genial and promising young man.

ABERAMAN.

CWMBACH.

CWMAMAN.

MOUNTAIN ASH.

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FOOTBALL NOTES AND NEiVS.

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