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Fire at Penrhiwceiber.

ABERCYNON.

YNYSBOETH.

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YNYSBOETH. HEBRON (CONG.). The annual tea of the above church was held on July 31st, and many gathered together, j and spent a very enjoyable afternoon. The trayholders were: Mrs W. J. Bevan, Miss Ethel V. Howells, Mrs Hurley. Mrs Edwards, Mrs Morris, Miss Taylor, Mrs Bennett, Mrs E. Howells, Miss M. Arnold; also assisting were Misses Blodwen Lloyd, Myfanwy Lloyd, Catherine Jones, Lizzie Jones, Mrs J. P. Davies. Cake cutters were Messrs Griffith Jones and William Morris. Bread and butter cutters were Mrs Harry, Mrs Howells, Mrs Davies, Sunnyside; Mrs Thomas Jones, Mrs Griffith Jones, Mrs Jones, Walsh Street. Stokers, Mr Edwards, Mr David Stokes, Mr W. J. Harry. Mrs Davies brewed the tea. Messrs David Richards, W. Morris, and John Smith acted as doorkeepers. All did their work most satisfactorily under the liiupervísion of the pastor, Rev H. 1L Howells. The tables were decorated beautifully. A substantial sum was received towards the church fund. The members deserve praise for their gener- osity in giving all the provisions re- quired.—On August 5th the Sunday School of the above church had their outing to Barry Island, and a large crowd from the neighbourhood joined with them to spend the day at the sea- side. The children especially enjoyed their treat, and all spent a delightful day.

PENRHIWCEIBER.

ABERAMAN.

CWMBACH.

ABERNANT.

TRECYNON.

HIRWAIN.

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CLYN NEATH.

MOUNTAIN ASH.

PENRHIWCEIBER.

ABERCYNON.

YNYSYBWL.

--------LOST MEMORY.

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I CRICKET.

Pontypridd Guild.

MEMS. FROM THE MOUNT.

PENRHIWCEIBER CHAMBER OF OF…

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NO TIGHT CLOTHING.

WAR ON THE FLY.

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ABERCYNON POLICE COURT.

DRUNK ON SUNDAY.

DRUNK AND DISORDERLY.

KICKED THE POLICEMAN.

ABSENTEE SOLDIER.

"SCANDALIZING HER CHARACTER."

BARDDONIAETH.

A WORD ABOUT CLOTHES.

GROWTH OF INSANITY.

I.---Aberdare Empire.

HIRWAIN.