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MERTHYR.

PONTYPRIDD.

- PENARTH.

- BAKfiY.

COWBRIDGE.

--NEWPORT.

PENTYRCH.

GYMMER.

PORTH.

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PORTH. PENNY READINGS.—The second of a new series of these entertainments was given at the British Soheol- room, on Tuesday evening, February 26th. The chair was occupied by Mr. E. Oke, schoolmaster, while Mr. J. Woodliflfe filled the post of vice-chairman. The programme was gone through as follows :—Reading, Mr. R. Woodliffe; solo, Mr. M. Morgan solo on concer- tina, Miss E. Thomas; reading, Mr. D. Jones; song, Mr. G. Ablett; reading, Mr. T. Davies; solo, Mr. T. Davies; readino, Mr. J. Davies glee, Mr. W. Lewis and party; reading, Mr. M. Thomas trio, Mr. M. Morgan and party; reading, Mr. J. Woodliffe; glee, Mr. T. Davies and party reading, Mrs. Lewis address, Mr. J. Woodliffe; glee, Mr. T. Davies and party reading, Mr. »• D. Thomas; pong, Miss E. Thomas; reading, Mr. Idria Williams; glee, Mr. Morgan Morgan and party song, Miss M. A. Morley recitation, Miss S. Davies; song, Miss M. A. Williams glee, Mr. W. Lewis and Party; song, Mr. W. Lewis. After the usual votes of thanks, the meeting terminated with the National Anthem.

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BRISTOL BANKRUPTCY COURT.

IPOLITICAL.

FENIAN RISINGS IN IRELAND.

GLAMORGANSHIRE SPRING ASSIZES.

ABERDARE.

BRIDGEND.

TONYREFAIL,

RIIONDDA FACH.

TREHERBERT.

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SWANSEA.

THE POWELL DUFFRYN COLLIERIES.I

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