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Trekarris. We congratulate Mr T. B. Davies, Treharris, on his success at the recent Intermediate B.Sc. examination. Mr Davies took a very honour- able position, being second of the Aberystwyth Students. Mr Davies is an old Treharris schoolboy, and the son of one of our most respected tradesmen. LEWIS BROS. for Tea—Taff street. 3261r We are glad to learn that the Glamorgan County Council have acceded to the petition of the Treharris Technical Instruction Committee, and placed the town as a special local centre for mining again, for the forthcoming session. Go to T. Harris for butter and cheese, The stock that he keeps,every palate will please. Central Stores, Taff street. 2348 We are pleased to hear that the following received diplomas of honour in the recent competition for the best design of window fasteners given by the Western Mail in com- memoration of the Diamond Jubilee Mr Thomas, chemist; Mr D. Roberts, mechanic; Mr William Jones, checkweigher; and Mr T. Edwards, collier, Williams Terrace, the two latter jointly. A DAY AT THE SEASIDE. — Porthcawl Athletic Sports and Horse Kaces. First-class entry 120 yards, 1st prize 910. S-il.5 A successful bazaar was held in the Public Ball on Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday week in aid of Saron Welsh Wesleyan Chapel, John-street. The stalls were very artistically decorated and great trouble had been taken in givingthema splendid appearance. One drapery and fancy goods stalls was presided over by Mrs Jones and Miss Jones, Crccent, Merthyr Vale another by Mrs John Rees, Brynglas, Treharris, and the third by Mrs James Jones, Thomas street. The refreshment stall was under the management of Mrs Williams, Quaker's Yard, kindly assisted by friends. A flower stall was presided over by Miss Evans, Leeds House, and Miss Rees, Pontypool. The first day's proceed- ings were opened by Mrs Dr Leigh, Glynbargoed, accompanied by Miss Leigh, after the case had been stated by the Rev E. Jones, Merthyr. On Wednesday the bazaar was opened by Mr and Mrs Richard Edwards, Pontanas, and the case stated by the Rev E. Roberts, Treharris Business began early on Thursday, there being several washing competitions. One of the most conspicuous features of the bazaar was the excellent music conducted by Mr Dan Osborne, photographer, Treharris. The sales on each day were as good as could be expected, and a substantial sum will be realised. Great praise is due to the Revs E. Roberts, Treharris, and R. E. Jones, Merthyr, for the labour they bestowed upon the bazaar. The attendance throughout was fairly good. 0 A DAY AT THE SEASIDE. — Porthcawl Athletic Sports and Horse Kaces. First-class entry. 120 yards, 1st prize 910. a:37:3

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