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AIERAMAN. EISTEDDFOD SUCCESSES. We congratulate Mr David Griffiths (Dewi Aeron), Cardiff Road, Aberaman, on his (successes at Powys Provincial Eistedd- fod on June 12th at Llanfair Caereinion. In translating he won first prize out of 16 competitors, and was also placed second out of 35 competitors in the ode, H Y CyfddyddH ("The Dawn "). EISTEDDFODIC. At the Powys Provincial Eisteddfod held recently, Mrs Margaret Davies, Holford Street, won two prizes (first and second) in the art needlework section. DEATH. Joseph Owen, the sou of Mr and Mrs Joseph Owen, 6 Margaret Street, passed away on Saturday evening last after a brief illness. Deceased was 14 years of age. Much sympathy is felt with the bereaved parents. FOOTBALL MEETING. Mr G. Hicks presided over a meeting of the Aberaman Albions A.F.C. at the Albion Hotel on Friday evening last when Mr David Evans, Jubilee Road, was selected as n, delegate to represent the local team at the annual meeting of the Welsh League at Treharris. It was unanimously carried that a. watch scheme be organised to assist the funds. New players were enrolled. The secre- tarv is Mr Benjamin Kent. 3 Gamblyn Place. ABERAMAN CHORISTERS. A very interesting presentation took place at the residence of Mr J. Lloyd. Hill Street, on Thursday, when Mr Frank Leach, the conductor of the Choristers, presented Mr Lloyd with a gold medal. suitably inscribed, on behalf of the Aberaman choristers, for his kindness in allowing them the use of his house for choir practice. The chairman was Mr James Davies, of Jubilee Road. Several musical items were effectively rendered by members of the choir. Miss M. M. Reece, of Mountain Ash. accompanied. A very pleasant evening concluded with an excellent supper, kindly provided by Mrs Lloyd. DEATH AND INTERMENT. Much sympathy is felt with Mr and Mrs Wil- liam Evans, 6 Gwawr Street, on the death of their only son, Cyril Evans, who passed away on Monday week. The interment took place on Thursday at the Aberdare Cemetery. The officiating minister was the Rev. J. Griffiths, Cal- faria, Aberdare. The appended were- the mourners: -Father; Messrs Roder- ick Rhydderch, Roderick Davies. and John Nicholas, uncles; John Lewis, assistant secretary, Aberaman Co- operative, and John Stephens. Wreathe- were sent by: (1) Miss Ann Roderick, aunt; (2) Aberaman Co-operative hauliers; (3) Mr, Mrs, and Ronald Stephens; (4) Mr, Mrs, and Aneurin Lewis; (5) Hughie Burrows; (6) Mr and Mrs John Jones and family; (7) Mr and Mrs Edward Jones.



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--IBritish Women's Temperance…