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TUB BJSST AND CHOICEST CIGARS are sold by "lias Oeppen, of Merthyr, who has taken orer Mr. 'cake's wholesale and retail tobacco and cigar business Commercial-place, Aberdare. Good Cigar, five or Ueyen for Ie. All Tobaccos are sold at moderate Prices. Walking-sticks, Pouches, Cigar and Cigarette ^?ses, Pipes of a hundred different kinds, Fancy "'pes, ana other useful articles, suitable for Christmas *nd New Year's Presents. Don't forget to give a call. Commercial-place, Aberdare. [3096 ,,CwtcKRT.—A grand concert was held at the New i ublic Hall on Monday night in connection with the ^'Hfuborwen Band. «TN>S MAOCAB.BCS" at the Drill Hall, Merthyr, pPril 16th. Don't fail to hear the new tenor, Mr. ^'oyd Chandos. EMPIKR THKATRK.—The annual benefit concert in S^unection with the Empire Orchestra was held on _londay night. The augmented orchestra took part, "Listed by local and other artistes. ABERUARK STARS.—We are requested to state that Aberdare Stars Cricket Club will be pleased to *fr»nge fixtures with other teams in the district.— res3, Mr. Caldicott, secretary Al)erdare Stars ^•C., Aberdare. V.^bITCART.—We regret to announce the death of v'.r8* Rebecca Nicholas, widow of the late Mr. Evan •cholas Evans, late collier}7 manager, Gadlys, at the *t%°* years. The funeral took place on Tuesday St. Fagan's, Aberdare. T, SACRED CONCERT.-A sacred concert was held at Public Hall on Sunday night in connection the Aberdare Orchestral Society. Professor R. couducted. The Rev. R. R. Roberts, B.A., ^Upied the chair. There was a small attendance, y Y0iX"NTKKR3.—We are'informed that the Aberdare will parade on Saturday at 9.30 a.m. for fell*?* in the neighlx>urhood of Caerphilly. The «'owing are on duty this week —Lieut. Gregor, Lanman, Corpl. Arnold, and Bugler Coombes. "HADWH." — We have received the April |»o iF °f this magazine, published bj' Mr. Jenkin Wi«T Aberdare. The contents include a biography, *ti ^>or^ra't) of the Rev. W. P. Williams, Landore lf|fii~>no' "Awel Seion poetry, children's Scripture Sunday School lessons, &c. lrtNEItAl,Un Friday last the funeral of Miss j 9ra'nger George, eldest daughter of the Rev. pj George, Unitarian minister, Cardiff-street, took Cemetery. A large number of The H a^ended to pay the last tribute of respect. tes^c<!Med, who was 34 years of age, was highly in the town, and her death is greatly *OCI»TERART SOCIETT.—The weekly meetii.g of this in~ Wa? held at Bethania Vestry on Friday even- The chair was occupied by Mr. John Mills, WrlC?Treaident- The debate, Which is the most by tw 0 j town or country life ? which was opened T Principals last week, was continued by Will, ™ Evans (secretary), Walter Morgan, john'r^i.. ans» Sam Davies, Tom Da vies, J. Davies, {j.^vhristmas, Gwilym Christmas, John Davies, and Miss Jones. Mr. James Thomas, who the debate on behalf of country life, and Mr. the »-~lVan?' the champion of town, having replied to re»iin arguments, a vote was taken, with the fa»_ "at 18 were lovers of the country, and 10 in is ■« Jx.of to*n- The subject for next week's debate v. Burial.

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