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PARLIAMENTARY GOSSIP.

OVERWORKED DRESSMAKERS.

COLLIERS AND THEIR EMPLOYERS.

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THE STATE VISIT TO ST. PAULS.

THE NAVY ESTIMATES.

< MONEY MARKET.—MONDAY.

BRISTOL STOCK EXCHANGE.—YESTERDAY.

LONDON CORN MARKET —MONDAY.I

METROPOLITAN MEAT MARKET *-MONDAY.

NEWPORT WATER WORKS COMPANY.

BRITON FERRY.

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BRITON FERRY. GIANT'S GRAVE EISTEDDFOD. --We are informed that it was not D. S. Jones (Cynalaw) that took the prize for singing Hen Walia Gwlad y gan at the recent eistedd- fod. but S. Jones and party. EISTEDDFOD.-An eisteddfod was held on Saturday at the Assembly Rooms, which was presided over by Dr. Griffiths. There was a very fair attendance. The adju- dicators were Mr. J. Arnold and the Rev. Ceredig Williams. After an introductory address by the chair- man, the programme was proceeded with. The prize for singing Song of Thankfulness," by any juvenile choir, was awarded to Zoar choir, Giant's Grave they being the only competitor. The prize for the best extempore lecture was divided between Messrs. E. Thomas and J. Hill. Recitation, Y Dyn," was won by Mr. J. Parker. Mr. J. Morgan and party, Cwmavon, were the only com- petitors on singing, Ar dori mae dwfn distawrwydd," and the prize was awarded to them. The chief prize of the meeting was for the best rendering of the glee, Y Ffrwd"; two choirs competed, Peniel, Cwmavon, and Bethel, Briton Ferry, and the prize was awarded to Bethel choir under the leadership of Mr. S. Jones. Great credit is due to the leader for the manner in which he conducted The choir won the prize for the same piece at Giant's Grave eisteddfod, on Thursday last. The usual votes of thanks brought the meeting to a close.

ABERDARE.

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