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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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MOUNTAIN ASH. ur Our Mountam Ash correspondent is Mr. W. Dally, Commercial-street, who will be glad te he notified of meetings, &c., and t. receive advertisinents and printing orders. A LECTURE, illustrated with limelight views, on The History of the British Church," was given a*, the Institute on Monday evening by Mr. W. Richaids (Afonwyson). Thete was a good attendance. NinHT SCHOOL SOCIAL.—The scholars attending the Evening Continuation Clashes (3) at the Duffryn Schools, spent a very enjoyable evening on Saturday, when they partook of supperat Mr. Milts' Temperance Hotel, which was served up in an excellent manner. About 40 ladies and gentlemen attended, among whom were the teachers of the classes: Miss Jones, Miss Knight, and Mr. E. T. Jones. After supper had been partaken of, a miscellaneous entertainment was held, interspersed with dancing. Mr. Almrott., one of the scholars, presided, and the following pro- gramme was gone through Waltz; song, Mr. Binton recitation, Mr. N. Bartlett song, Miss Jone" comic song, Mr. D. Clancey; quadrille violin solo, Mr. Burton recitation, Mr. G. Hall; comic song, Mi. D. Clancey sc-hottische song, Mr. Deverill impromptu speech competition, subject f. Which is Best, Married or Single Life," winner, T. Isaac lancers; song, Mr. T. Isaac recitation, Mr. Nimrod Bartlett barn dance duet, Messrs. Clancey and Saunders; song, W. dark song, Mrs. Evans eong, Mr. Revuish waits cotiL'ion < finale, tbe National Anthem," by the company. Messrs. E. T. Jones and — Burton very kindly acted as accom- panists. EISTEDDFOD. An eisteddfoi was held at the Town Hall on Monday in aid of the lodge of Ancient Britons held at the Glancynon Inn. There was a good attendance. Mr. D. Morgan, under- manager, Navigation Colliery, made an able president. The adjudicators were: Music, Mr. Joseph Bowen, G.T.S.C., Cilfvnydd, and Mr. T. Evans (Gwalch Y Bryn), Mountain Ash. Poetry, Rev. B. Evans (Telynfab), Aberdare, who also acted as conductor in his usual very able manner. Great credit is due to the secretaries, Messrs. David James, Napier-street, and Mr. Evan Jones, Glyngwyn-street, for having carried out the arrangements in such- an efficient manner. The competitions were well contested, and prizes awarded as follows :—Juvenile choir competi- tion, Peace, be still," Rhos Choir duet, Gwys i'r Gad," Messrs. T. Jones and R. LI. Thomas con- tralto solo, He was Despised," Miss S. A. Jones, Woodland-street oprano solo, Holy City," Mrs. Agnes Jenkins. 30, High-street; tenor solo, Llwyhr y Wyddfa," Mr. Rees James, Aljeraman bass solo, Arm, Arm ye Brave," Mr. T. R. Davies, Aber- aman flute solo, Mr. D. J. Roberts elegy to the late Mr. W. F. Lewis (Glancynon Inn). Mr. Tom Evans (Tel), Cwmaman recitation, Mr. Evans, Ferndale impromptu debate on Which has the most influence—tbe Pulpit or the Press," Messrs. B. Ashtonand John LeWI8.; chief, choral "competition, "Dyddian dyn sydd fel Glaswe'IItyn (T. Daries, Ebdw Vale), prize £8 and a silver medal to the con- ductor, given by Mr. W. C. Davies, jeweller, Moun- tain Ash, and 10s. to each unsuccessful conductor. Three choirs competed Mountain Ash Music Lovers, conductor, Mr. Herliert Llewellyn Caegarw Music Lovers, Mr. John Lewis, and Abercwmboy Choir, Mr. Tom John (Alaw Cynon). The prize was divided between Mountain Ash Music Lovers and the Caegarw Music Lovers. The committee decided to give a medal to each of the successful conductors.

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FOOTBALL NOTES AND NEiVS.

ASSOCIATION.

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