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Aberdare County Court.

RE DOCTOR'S QUESTION.

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Ynyslwyd Baptist Church, Aberaman.

THE YNYSYBWL LAMP CASE.

MILK AND HONEY IN CANADA.

CWMDARE.

TRECYNON.

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TRECYNON. BOY SCOUTS. At Aberdare last week the Trecynon Boy Scouts were tested in cookery. Mr Miles was the examiner. The following received the highest marks: -Scout William .Mon- day, 97; Scout Bert Wyles, 93; 'Scout H. Grinter, 87; and Scout Evan Hill. NEW PUBLIC HALL. On Wed- nesday and Thursday evenings last two very appreciable performances of a Welsh drama, entitled "Gruffydd o'r Glyn" (James Clement) were given by the young people of Bryn Seion (C.M.). The following were the chief characters, all of whom performed their respective parts remarkably well under the dir- ection of the Rev. J. Morgan (pastor): — Gruffydd o'r Glyn, Mr David John Rees; Arthur, his son, Mr Willie Price; Rev. John Rhys, Llanadwy, Mr Thomas J. Morgan; Mr Prys, the squire, Mr Rees Jones; Dr Thomas, Mr R. Donald John; Mr Jones, Haxly Inn, Mr Ebenezer Thomas; Dafydd Roberts, the shoemaker, Mr Tom Price; P.C. Lewis, Mr Thomas Jones; Doctor's Servant, Mr Emrys Prosser; Huw, Will, and If an, neighbours and ale- house companions, Messrs Griffith Johnson, William James Rees, William D. Williams; Gwen, Gruffvdd's wife, Miss Mariel Morgan; Arianwen and Blodwen, Gruffydd's daughters, Misses Hannah Jenkins and Martha Parker; Betsy, Dafydd Roberts' wife, Miss Maggie Parker; Ceinwen, Servant Girl at the Harp, Miss Lizzie Jones. The characters were admirably sustained, and the audiences, which were very large, duly appreciated the efforts of the actors. The chairmen were Messrs E. Ogwen Williams, F.R.G.S., and Aubrey Roberts, M.A., on Wednesday and Thursday nights respectively. The ticket sellers were: Messrs D. Wil- liams, W. Parry, Tom John; stewards, Messrs Thomas Price, Edmund Prosser, Thomas Henry Harris, Owen Parry, William Cole, William Goronwy, John Lewis, Edward Williams, Ebenezer Goronwy, John Phillips; scene shifters, Messrs Howell Harris and Morgan Rowland. Accompanists, Messrs Isaac Davies and W. James. The stage man- ager was Mr William Jenkins (Meir- ionydd). Recitations between the acts were given by Mr Ogwen Williams and Meirionvdd. Messrs Evan Evans, Llew- elyn Street, and David J. Rees ac- quitted themselves well as secretary and treasurer.

CADLYS.

|ABERDARE.

.ABERNANT.

CWMBACH.

ABERAMAN.

CODREAMAN.

ABERCWMBOI.

A REVELATION.

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