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DRINK" GALORE " IRISH WHISKY.

LONDON LETTER.

DEATH OF A BRISTOL NEWSPAPER…

THE PROPOSED TIN-PLATE STOPPAGE.

MILITARY MUTINY AT PORTSMOUTH.

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IFHE WORLD'S NEWS.

NATIONAL PHYSICAL RECREATION…

Lord Douglas and His Census…

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A BAROXETCY FOR JUSTICE STEPHEN.

THE MISSING MERTllYR GIRL…

LOCAL POST-OFFICE NOTICE.

RUGBY FOOTBALL AND PROFESSIONALISM.

SINGULAR FREAK OF A YOUNG…

MEETING OF COLLIERS AT CILFYNYDD.

CONSERVATISM AT PONTYPOOL.

ROWDY FOOTBALL IN IRELAND.

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IRISH AFFAIRS.

WELSH VOTES IN PARLIAMENT.

LIBERAL DONATIONS IN THE RHONDDA…

THE BRADFORD RIOTS,

THE NEWFOUNDLAND FISHERY DISPUTE.

VALEDICTORY BANQUET TO A CARDIFF…

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SOUTH WALES BRASS BAND ASSOCIATION.

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SOUTH WALES BRASS BAND ASSOCIATION. On Saturday afternoon the first meeting of the above newly-formed body took place at Clirmel-hall, Aberdare. Mr. George Hanney, Mor- riston, presided, and there was a strong muster of delegates from Llaneily, Cwmaman, Ferndale. Morriston, Dowlais, Blaina, Yscuborwen, Tredegar, Mountain Asb, Abercanaid, Vochriw, Mertbyr Tydfil, Cymmer, Ystalyfera, Pontlottyn, Caer- philly, and Aberavou. The treasurer (Mr. M. J. Martin, Cymmer) and the secretary of the association (Mr. T. C. Edwards Llaneily) were also in attendance. A code of rules was presented by the executive committee, the chief of them providing that every band should subscribe 6d. per man per annum towards a general fund and that the annual meeting be held in February every year. After a short discussion the draft was approved of. It was also resolved to accept the proposed set of rules for reeuiating contests. In order to further the interests of the association, it was determined to hold a band contest either at Aberdare or Merthyr on Mabon's Day in July, at which prizes amounting in the aggregate to JE32 will be offered for competition. A challenge cup will, probably, be provided for the same date. A demonstration of brass bands will take place on the same day, and there will also be a large display of musical instruments, one of the chiet London firms having already signified a willingness- to pro- vide that part of the programme. There was no other business of importance.

CARDIFF AMUSEMENTS.

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Declined With Thanks.

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