Skip to main content
Hide Articles List

26 articles on this Page

Arguing and Not Fighting.

Did Not See the Constable.

Well-known Scorcher.

Magistrate Pays for Licence.

Indecent Language. j



RH aGOs.



HIRWAIN. LET JAY supply you on their eaay payment system. A. J. PADDOCK wishes to announce that he has a branch shop in Cross Street with a fine selection of Baths, lavatories, Gaefittings, and all Sanitary Goods, and where allnirders for repairs, etc., may be sent. WOUNDED. — Official intimation was received by Mrs. Barnes, of Glanant Street, on Tuesday morning that her son, private Tom Barnes, had been severely wounded about the arm and leg, and is lying in a grave condition. INTERMENT. On Thursday the interment took place at Bryngar Ceme- tery of Mr. David Thomas, of 5 Bethel place. Deceased was 56 years of age, and was well known in the district. The'Rev. J. n. Dewi Williams, B.A., Vicar, officiated. The chief mourners were: Mrs. Thomas, wife; Misses Clara and Elizabeth Thomas, daughters; Mr. Benjamin Thomas, brother-in-law; Mrs. Aldridge, Merthyr Tvdfil. Numer- ous messages of sympathy were received. AN ENTERTAINMENT was held at Mount Pleasant Church on Thursday evening. The Rev. M. P. Moses (pastor) presided. The following items were rendered:—Solo, Mr. Bert Lawton. Dialogue, Miss Mary Elizabeth Jones and friends. Solo, Miss Agnes Matthews. Dialogue, Miss Agnes Matthews and friends. Pianoforte duett, Misses Edmunds and James. Dialogue, Messrs. J. Whalley, W. Bound, and friends. The accompanist was Mrs. Lo wton. WELCOME. — A large number as- sembled at Zion English Baptist Church on Wednesday to welcome the new pastor, the Rev. David Rees, the recently- ordained minister of Beulah English Church, Aberaman, and Zion, Hirwain. The following presided at the tea tables:—Mrs. Hainan, Miss M. Jones, Mrs. W. Morgan, Miss Nancy Morgan, Miss E. Brock, Miss L. Jones, Miss Gorse, and Mrs. S. Meaden. In the evening Mr. Thomas Jones, J.P., presided, and gave an address. Pianoforte solo, Master Ifuan G. Morgan. Solo, Miss Mary Evans, Aberaman. Address, Rev. E. Wern Williams, Nebo. Recitation, Miss Hooker, Aberaman. Address, Rev. M. P. Moses, Mount Pleasant. Solo, Miss M. Eva ns. Address, Rev. E. Cefni Jones, I Ramoth. All who took part were ac- corded a vote of thanks on the proposal of Messrs. Watts and J. Bosher, Aber- iman. Mrs. Watts, Aberaman, was the accompanist. Messrs. James Meaden ind S. Menden rendered good service, The Rev. David Rees is well known in Hirwain. having been brought up at t Ramoth Church. <



Aberdare Police Court.

Drunks. I

Dangerous Character and Harmless:…

Cwmdare Dog to be Destroyed.

No Collar. ]

!Gaming on the Pavement.

! A Quartette Caught.

Daring Theft of Fowls.

Weak Milk at Hirwain.

Maintenance Arrears.



[No title]