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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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CWMAMAN.

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CWMAMAN. TESTIMONIAL.—The movement for a testimonial to D iwi Mahon is being taken up with much interest. Dr. Davies Jones has been appointed chairman of the committee. Dewi Mabon nas done much for the intellectual advancement of this neighliourhood, and it is felt that his disinterested and untiring efforts should be fittingly recognised. MARRIAGE.—An interesting marriage was solem- nised recently at Moriah Chapel, Cwmaman, when the contracting parties were Mr. Joseph Griffiths, 57, Brynhyfryd, Cwmaman, and Miss M. F. Bailey, daughter of Mr. Joseph Bailey, Coalbrookdale, Shropshire. A large number of friends and well- wishes had assembled to witness the ceremony, and the happy couple had to stand a fnsilade of rice and other tokens of good-will. The R, v. H. A. Davies officiated at the marriage ceremony. CONCERT.—The third Saturday popular concert of the Cwmaman Temperance Society was held on Saturday, and was even more successful than the previous ones, the large Public Hall being crowded and many being unable to obtain admission. Dr. D. Davies-Jones occupied the chair, and Mr. T. Davies, Brynhyfryd, gave an address. The programme consisted of songs, recitations, lantern views, and an alto solo competition, while pieces were also sung by the children's choir of the Soar Chapel.

MOUNTAIN ASH.

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FOOTBALL NOTES AND NEiVS.

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