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THE HURRICANE. .

CARDIFFGIRL'S^TORY.

i EISTEDDFOD AT MORRISTON.

STEPPING OVER A SHAFT.

Woman's Fight for Life. .

LOSS OF THE HOUSATONIC.

WELSH TEACHERS'FEDERATION

GUN ACCIDENT.

! RAILWAYMEN'S ORGANISATION.…

"Like Wild Animals." .

CARDIFF BOARD OF GUARDIANS

=--WEEK^ENB IN CARDIFF.

---------.-PORTRAIT AT A PARTY…

rI I Battle of the Schools.'…

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MANUAL TRAINING.

WOMEN TEACHERS.

THE CENSOR OF PLAYS.

MILFORD SAILORS' HOME OF REST.

""--.¡'''¡JI-Illustrated Humour.

PROFESSOR GALLOWAY.

- TALKS ON HEALTH., :: .:

REfTcROSS SOCIETY.

SOUTH WALES BANDS.

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SOUTH WALES BANDS. Annual Festival at Pentypridd. The third annual festival, under tthe aus- pices of the South "ales Band Association, was held at the Town Hall, Pontypridd, on Saturday. Mr Wm. Halliwell, Wigan, adjudi- cated, and Mr H. T- Richards discharged the secretarial duties. There was a large attend- ance, and the performances of the bands were of a very high order. In Class A (the premier class), Aberdare, Abertillery Silver, Merthyr Vale, Tonyrefail, and Ferndale competed, with the following results 1st, Ferndale (conductor, Mr S. Rad- cliffe); 2nd, Tonyrefail (conductor, Mr Harry Bentlev); 3rd, Aberdare. The first-named bands rendered selections from Beethoven, and Aberdare a selection from Rossini. In Class B (seven bands). Dinas, Abertillerys Cwmaman, Blaina, Merthyr Vale, Lewis. Merthyr, ;.nd Albion competed. Awards 1st, Albion Workmen (conductor, Mr GoO Foxall); 2nd, Abertillery (conductor, Mr J. B. Yorke); 3rd, Dinas (conductor, Mr Georga Hawkins). Five bands competed in Class C. Awards;- li-t, Lewis Merthvr (conductor, Mr Jo hp. I Locker): 2nd, Cwmaman (conductor, Mr E* H. Thomas); 3rd, Maestcg League of thf Cross (conductor, Mr Tom Valentine).