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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.

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TRECYNON.

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ABERAMAN.

CODREAMAN.

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CODREAMAN. EISTEDDFOD. On Monday evening an eisteddfod was held at Hebron (C.M.). Mr John Jenkins presided. The adjudicators were: Music: Air Charles Thomas, Brook Street; literature, Air W. R. Evans, Aberdare. Accompanist, Mr Evan Jones, A.V.C.M. Awards: Re- citing for children under 14, 1st, Alice Llojd; 2nd divided between Ceinwen Hamer and Lizzie May Williims. Solo for children under 14, 1st, Ceinwen Hamer; 2nd, Lizzie M. Williams. Spelling, Hilda May Jones. Open solo for adults, Mr Dan Jones. Recitation for adults, prize divided between Air Tom M. Lloyd, Aberaman, and Aliss Bessie Evans, Cwmaman. Answering questions, Miss Madge Williams. Impromptu speech, prize divided be- tween Messrs John Morgan and D. J. Lewis. Prize bag, 1st, Miss Mary Emily Evans; 2nd, Miss Ceinwen Hamer. Chief choral Hebron," conductor, /Nlr John Jenkins. The secretary was Mr Charles Jones, Brook Street. DEATH AND INTERMENT. On Thursday the interment took place at Aberdare Cemetery of Mrs Margaret Harries, 13, Gooseberry Hill, who died very suddenly the previous Saturday. Deceased was in her 50th year. The following were the mourners:—1st coach, Mrs S. Williams, Mrs M. A. Evans, sisters; Mrs M. A. Williams, sister-in-law; Mrs Williams, cousin; D. H. Harries, son; 2nd coach, Mrs A. J. Williams, Mrs Rachel Thomas, Mrs Arthur Thomas, cousi.ns; Miss S. J. Davies, sister-in-law; Katie Williams, niece; 3rd coach, Airs Parry, Mrs AI. A. Davies, sisters-in-law; Alisses Lily Evans and Sarah Williams, nieces; Mrs Powell, Mrs Jones, friends; 4th coach, Mrs Gough, Mrs Thomas, Mrs Rich- ards, Mrs Greenstock, friends. The following walked behind the hearse:- Messrs David Harries, husband; T. J. Harries, W. L. Harries, sons; .John Wil- liams, David Williams, brothers; G. H. Williams, J. Evans, nephews; John Davies, Daniel Davies, cousins; W. C. Williams, J. H Williams, nephews; David Davies, Tom Parry, W. J. Davies, Daniel Davies, Samuel Thomas, Abercynon, cousins.The officiating min- ister was the Rev. T. Thomas, Noddfa, where deceased was a faithful member. Much sympathy is felt for the family.

ABERCWMBOI.

A REVELATION.

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