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THURSDAY, MARCH 19TH, 1896.

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"MUDDY l\iERTHYR."

MASONIC DANCE AT MERTHYR.

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MASONIC DANCE AT MERTHYR. The third annual conversazione and dance in con- nection with the Loyal Cambrian Lodge of Free- masons, No. 110 was held in the Drill Hall on Thurs- dav last, and proved a great success. The hall had been beautifully decorated. Great praise is due to the decorating committee, which consisted of the following —Bros. J. Prag, W. M. Macdouald, T. Nibloe, Tom Davies, W. Lewis, Chailes Williams, and John Forrester. The ball was opened by a reception by Bro. W. R. Harris, worshiiful master Bro. D. E. Jones acting as director of ceremonies. Dancing commenced at 7.30, and was kept up with much vigour until between four and five in the morning. The catering had been intrusted to Mrs. Mcintosh, of the Wheat Sheaf Hotel, who gave the utmost satisfaction. The quests, who numbered about a hundred, sat down to supper at 11 o'clock in the lesser hall (kindly lent by Miss M. Davis). The stewards were Bros. Prag, *T. Nibloe, and W. V. Edwards, assisted by tlie tvler, Bro. W. H. Jones, and an efficient staff of waiters and waitresses. The supper-room had been very tastefully decorated with Masonic emblems and oil-paintings of the Prince of Wales, grand master, and several of the past masters of the lod"e. The tables were presided over by Bros. W. R. Harris, W.M., T. Wake, S.W., A. Mackin- tosh. J.W., and J. M. Berry, secretary. The whole of the arrangements were carried out by a. committee of past masters and brethren, the secre- tarial dutiesbeing carried out by Bro. J. M. Berry, aided by Bro. W. Williams, assistant secretary. The dances were interspersed with a musical pro- gramme prepared by Messrs. W. Williams, J. Crai" and F. D. Jones. The M.C.'s were Bros. W. R. Harris, W.M., R. R. Davis, P.M., D. E. Jones, P.M., D. Macdonald, P.M., W. Macdonald and John Craig. The follow ing is a list of those present Bros. W. R. Harris, W.M., T. Wake, S.W., and Miss Oeppen, A. Mackintosh, J.W., and Mrs. Mackin- tosh, J. M. Berry, secretary Mrs. Berry, and Mrs. L. Mackintosh, T. W. Goodfellow, P.M., and Miss Goodfellow, S. Sandbrook, P.M., and Miss Tozie Sibbering, D. E. Jones, and Miss Jennie Jones, Bro. G. F. Harries, P.M., W. Williams, assistant-secretary Mrs. W illiurns and Miss Edmunds, D. Macdonald, P.M., and Miss K. Macdonald, R. R. Davis, P.M., R. P. Rees and and Miss Rees, Fred D. Jones and Mrs. Jones, J. King Price, and Mrs. Price, David Jones, and Mrs. Jones (Dowlais), F. J. Harries and Mrs. Harries (Cardiff), W. M. Macdonald, Miss M. Walters, Miss Marshall, Isaac Sarvis, Mrs. and Miss Sarvis, Walter H. Stone, and Mrs. Stone, H. Gittlesohn and Mrs. Gittlesohn, 1). C. Evans, and Mrs. Evans, F. W. Mander and Mrs. Maiulcr (Aber- dare), W. Francis, Mrs. Francis, tii(I Miss Boyle, W. R. Lewis and Mrs. Lewis, C. W. Jones and Mrs. Jones, H. H. Howitt and Miss Griffiths, H. Isaacs and Miss Isaacs, Tom Davies, Miss Williams, Miss Flora Lewis, Tom Nibloe and Miss Marshall, T. T. Jenkins, Mrs. Jenkins and the Misses Jenkins, J. Philpot, and Miss Price, James Giles (Aberdare), T. E. Morgan and Mrs. Morgan, J. Prag, W. R. Cohen, J. S. Jones, John Forrester, John Craig, W. Carlysle and Mrs. Carlysle, E. A. Pryce Jones (Aberdare), N. Phillips, W. H. Jones (tyler), W. Harris (Dow- lais), Mrs. Robson, Hilliers, and Mrs. Hilliers (Cardiff), and Mrs. Jones. The following was the musical programme Comic song, Bro. John Craig selection, Band song, Miss Sarvis cornet solo, Mr. Price song, Bro. W. Williams selection, Band pianoforte selection, Bro. W. Carlysle (by kind permission of Mr. W. Smithson) comic song, Bro. J. Craig 'cello sIlo, Mr. T. Rhys Lewis song, Miss Sarvis comic song, Bro. J. Craig. The committee have to tender their thanks to the following ladies and gentlemen for the loan of articles :—Miss M. Davis for hull, and to Messrs. W. Smithson, Bert Harris, Valentine Watson, A. W. Bown, W. W, Meredith, and Powell W. Bown, W. W. Meredith, and Powell (sad^lci).

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ABERDARE NOTES.

ABERDARE COUNCIL.

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| HONOUR FOR A MERTHYR ,MUSICIAN.

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ABERDARE COUNCIL ELECTION.

THE CAPCOCH RAPE CASH.¡

"DELIGHTFUL" TREATMENT FOR…

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