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MOUNTAIN ASH.

. HIRWAIN.

|MOUNTAIN ASH.

ABERCYNON.

SCENE IN TRAIN.

MOUNT MEMCAL OFFICER.

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Mr Keir Hardie and Kaiser.

Accident at Llwydcoed.

' ABERCYNON.

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ABERCYNON. ANNIVERSARY SERVICES. On Saturday evening, Sunday, and Mon- day the anniversary services of Beth- ania Welsh Independent Chapel were held, when sermons were delivered by the Rev. Jacob Jones, Merthyr, and the Rev. R. M. Rhys, Ystradgynlais. There were very ltft-ge congregations through- out. The Rev. Henry Jeffreys, pastor, was present. Mr James Griffiths pre- sided at the organ. DEPARTURE. On Friday evening last Mr Tommy Herbert Davies, a time- keeper at the Abercynon Dowtais-Car- diff Colliery, left Abercynon for the United States. He was accompanied to the station by a great number of friends and relatives, and was presented with a purse of gold by the time-keepers and the clerical staff of thq colliery. Mr Davies left Abercynon by the last train on Friday night for Liverpool, where- from he set sail at 4 o'clock on Satur- day afternoon. We wish him a success- ful voyage, and the best of luck in his new sphere of life.

ABERDARE.

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PENRHI WCEIBER.

YNYSYBWL.I

MEMS FROM THE MOUNT.

ABERCYNON POLICE COURT.

ABERDARE.