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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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ABERAMAN.

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ABERAMAN. MISSION CHURCH.—A new Mission Chu.'ch is to be built at Aberaman for Welsh services. LIBANCS.—Libanus Choir are busily rehearsing for the forthcoming district musical festival of the Calvinistic Methodists. MAtitc LANTERN.—On Monday night a most suc- cessful magic lantern entertainment was given at the English Baptist Chapel, under the superintendence of Mr. William Bosher. The subject was Animals of the Bible." THK MICHAEL BANQCKT.—Great praise is due to the committee of the alxne-hanquet, and particularly to Mr. Morgan Parr, for the excellent manner in which they recognised the representatives of the press. A fnll report of the banquet appears in another column. THE LENT ORDINATION. — The Crawley prize, which is given to the candidate who, in the opinion of the bisnop, passes the best examination for pneste* orders at the Lent Ordination has been awarded to the Rev. Frank Ernest Austin, B.A., curate of Aberaman. B.W.T.A.—We are pleased to state that the newly-formed branch of the British Women's Tem- perance Association is making good progress. The well-known temperance lecturer, Gwynetii Vaughan, has consented to deliver an address to the members' It has also been decided to make a collection on hehalf of Lady Henry Somerset's Hon.e for Inebriates. OFF TO. PARIS.—On Wednesday, young Jimmy Michael, the famous cyclist, left for Paris. We understand that it is now the intention of the banquet committee to present Jimmy with his oil painting, in addition to the address, as the subscriptions have flowed in well. For this purpose young Jimmy gave a sitting to Mr. B. Thomas, photograper, Aberdare, on Tuesday. RUIN Axn RESCUE. — As already reported in the Merthyr Times, the Aberaman Good Templars' Choir gave a performance of Burnham's Ruin and Reacue" a short time ago. So successful was the performance that it was decided to repeat it on Tues- day, March 3id. There was again a crowded audience, although not so large as on the first occa- sion. The Rcv. Mr. Coombfs, pastor of Primitive Methodist Church, oiiened with prayer, after which the choir gave the opening chorus. The sinking was really good, and evidenced most careful training on the part of the conductor, Mr. Georpe Moses. The connective readings were well given by Mr. Wilcox, Aberdare, whilst Miss M. E. George made an able Accompanist.

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CWMAMAN.

MOUNTAIN ASH.

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FOOTBALL NOTES AND NEiVS.

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