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IRISH FEIS CEOIL. .

CHIEF CIIOE AL AND OTHER COMPETITIONS.

THE FINAL MEETING.

IJIPRESSIOXS OF THE FEIS CEOILi,

COWARDLY ASSAULT ON A NEWPORT…

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BARRY DOCK RAILWAY ACCIDENT

CARDIFF AND THE ROYAL tfHOWi,

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A QUARRYMAN'^ EYE,

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ANOTHER EFFECT OF THE COAL…

FORTHCOMING VISIT OF BARNUM…

MR, CHAMBERLAIN ON THE COMPENSATION…

VOLUNTEERS ON ABERDARE MOUNTAIN.

iTOWYN INTERMEDIATE SCHOOL.

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TOWYN INTERMEDIATE SCHOOL. A meeting of the local managers of the Towyn Intermediate School was held on Saturday evening, Mr. Haydn Jones, J.P., presiding. Mr. J. Maethlon James announced that Mr. John Corbett, Ynysymaengwyn and Impney, Droitwich, had generously subscribed a sum of JB100 per annum for three years towards enabling the managers to secure the services of an additional teacher and to increase the number of "John Corbett's Scholarships." The Chairman remarked that Mr. Corbett had already given over £2,000 in cash, towards the school. An offer made by Miss Griffitlj, Glan- pielynllyn, to decorate the school walls with original coloured designs was accepted with thanks.

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