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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.

CADLYS.

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CWMBACH.

ABERAMAN.

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ABERAMAN. A PRETTY WEDDING was solemn- ised on Sunday last at Carmel English Baptist Church, Aberdare. The con- tracting -parties were Miss Maggie Wil- liams, eldest daughter of Air and Mrs James Williams, 14, Holford Street, and Mr Thomas Davies, of 17, Catherine Street, Aberdare. The bride, who was given away by her father, was attired in a royal blue costume. Miss Flossie Oliver acted as bridesmaid, while Mr R. J. Usher discharged the duties of best man. A sumptuous wedding break- fast was partaken of at the bride's home. The happy pair were the re- cipients of numerous and costly pre- sents. SMOKER. At the Lamb and Flag Hotel on Thursday last a large number attended a most enjoyable concert. The long room was neatly arranged for the occasion. Air Tom Rees, Castle Hotel, Aberdare, presided. The accompanist was Mr J. Webber. Songs were rendered by Messrs Morgan Edwards, Mountain Ash; J. Webber, and Aloses Jenkins. Comic songs, Albert Reynolds and Jack Granfield. Mr Evan Evans sang Yr Hogvn Drwg," and Mr Llew Jones Bwthyn bach melyn fy nhad." A glee party, led by Air Morgan Edwards, Mountain Ash, also sang. Duett. Messrs Moses Jenkins and M. Edwards. Over- ture, Mr J. Webber. A hearty vote of thanks wllf accorded the chairman and also the artists for their gratuitous ser- vice. MUSICAL TREAT. A highly suc- cessful children's concert was held in the Church Hall on Shrove Tuesday, Mr R W. Roberts presiding. The hall was tastefulry decorated by Mrs A. An- drews and Mrs Waterman. Several ac- tion songs were sung by the infants. Songs were given by James Henry Rees, G. Timberlake, Arthur Davies, Grace ATenables, and Annie Price. A capital sketch, entitled "Dr Quack," followed, May Waterman taking the part of doctor, assisted by Teddy Linton and G. Webb as patients. Another sketch fol- lowed, entitled The Garden Te Party," the characters being well taken by Beatrice Arthur, Gladys Williams, Evan Waterman, Gwen Venables, E. Bakewell, G. Cleves, and Doris Evans. The musical play, "Soot and the Fairies," was well performed. Lily Wil- liams, as Queen, and Reggie Burrows as Captain Soot were the chief characters. They were ably supported by Hannah Venables, R. Saunders. Arthur Ven- ables, Stanley Cleves, Teggie Richards, May Waterman, Elsie Venables, Annie Price, Alargaret King, and Ivor Griffiths. Another c-omical sketch was performed by the bhoys, "Who stole the Rabbit." The following lads took the chief parts, and all did well: Archie Andrews, Ar- thur Burrows, Fred Cleves, R. Saund- ers, T. Davies, C. Andrews, B. Johns, Arthur Venables, and Alec. Waterman. T. Ivor Jones and Herbert Burrows were the accompanists, and Archie An- drews played the violin. Mr Frank Burrows contributed songs. The chil- dren had been trained by the Rev. D. J. Arthur. Messrs Probert and Berry were the doorkeepers. v

CODREAMAN.

ABERCWMBOI.

A REVELATION.

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