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ABERAMAN. Co A i. OCTPI:T.— Over 8,000 tons of coal were raised 'ast week from Aberaman Pit. This is quite a record. MOTHERS' GUILD.—It has been decided to form a, S^thers' guijj jn connection with Aberaman Church. guild has been taken up with much heartiness, nd is likely to prove very successful. W.L.A.—A meeting in connection with the local b*anch of the Women's Liberal Association was held 011 Thursday at Saron Hall. There was a very K°od attendance. Mrs. D. M. Richards, Aberdare, Presided, and made a few suitable opening remarks. ^wyneth Vaughan subsequently gave a very ablo address on women's rights and politics in general, and listened to with rapt attention. Addresses were also given by Revs. H. P. Jenkins and Thomas Davies, Gwawr, and Mrs. Walter Lloyd, Highland- place, Aberdare. OBITUARY.—We deeply regict to record the death of Miss Elizabeth Batten, daughter of Mr. Batten 1 enylan Inn. Deceased, who was young in vears' rn, ,ebS °, [lea,r Her death is deeply regretted The funeral took place at Mountain A*h CemeWv ? HS TFFJE C°NCOURSEFOF.THE P"Wic assembled to pay At A /espect for one so greatly beloved. KraYe»'d« the beautiful hymn. «' Davs and moments qmckly nymg," which was a favourite hymn ol the deceased, was feelingly sung by the assembly.

CWMAMAN.

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MERTHYR COUNCIL.

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MERTHYR VALE.

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. MERTHYR BANKRUPTCY COURT.

ABERCANAID.

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