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MERTHYR.

ABEBDARE.

i PONTYPRIDD.

OPENING OF THE NEW CHURCH…

PORTH.

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PORTH. BRITISH SCHOOLS.—On Friday last, the children, to the number of nearly 300, of these schools, were treated to their annual tea. Previous to tea they formed a pro- cession, and headed by their drum and fife band, and carrying banners, proceeded some distance down the valley, returning through the neighbouring villages of Trehafod, Britannia, and Cymmer. After tea, by the kind permission of Mr. Idris Williams, the indefatigable secretary of the school committee, the children, accom- panied by their teachers and a few other friends, ad- journed to a field adjoining the school-room. Here with sports and amusements of various kinds, they enjoyed themselves until the approach of dewy eve compelled them to return home thoroughly tired and delighted with their day's recreation.

YSTRAD RHONDDA.

LLANCARFAN.

COvVBRIDGE.

LLANTRISSANT.

CADOXTON-JUXTA-BARRY.

BRIDGEND.

MAESTEG.

SWANSEA.

TREDEGAR.

LLANDAFF.

BRISTOL.

FEUR-DE-LIS.

- CAERPHILLY.

NEWPORT.

ATTEMPTED MURDER OF A NEWPORT…

RHYMNEY.

SWANSEA.