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Cilfynydd.

Porty.

Ynyshir.

Peqrhiwceiber.

"SORROWS OF SATAN."

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- PWLLGWAUN BRIDGE.I -

THE DEFINITION OF BONA-FIDE.

THE PORTHCAWL DROWNING FATALITY.

ANSWERS TO CORRESPONDENTS.I

IA MOTHER'S TROUBLES.

REAL FUN.

Ystrad.

Pontypridd.

Pontypridd.

Treforest.

Tylorstown."

I-. ,Penygraig.

Tonypandy.

Trealaw.

- Abercyqorj.

Treharris.I

Ystrad.

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Ystrad. Our Rhondda Lady Correspondent. writes: On Saturday, the choir in connection with St. Stephens' Church, together with a large number of friends, to the number of 85, had their annual outing, under the charge of the Rev T. H. Wil- liams, and Mr T. J. Royal, the conductor.,It was unanimously resolved that Weston be visited and the party mustered at Ystrad station to meet the 7.40 a.m. train, en route to Cardiff, being joined by a few more friends at Lhvynvr>ia station. Cardiff was reached a few minutes before nine, when a brisk walk brought us to the Docks, where we boarded that magnificent pleasure boat, the "Ravenswood," and soon we were at sea. The weather was delightful, and the music and comic singing on board were much appreciated. In about three parts of an hour we were safely landed at pretty Weston, and immediately walked in groups to the town. As the only complaint after arrival was hunger, the majority evidently having left home without breakfasting, Huntley's Hotel was at once made for, through a heavy downpour of rain, after which tho day was beautifully fine and cool. The excellent repast at Huntley's over, the com- pany dispersed. The rest of the day was given up to the usual delights of Weston and the sur- rounding villages—delights as diverse as they are numerous. That every one enjoyed the trip was proved on the return voyage, when many singers congregated on different parts of the boat and gave forth melody to the night winds, the waves and the fishes. The mid-night train brought the revellers back to their respective homes, tho- roughly tired and satiated with their day's enjoyment.

- Ynysybwl.

YNYSHIR IN MOURNING.

REV D. G. WILLIAMS, FERNDALE.

Caerphilly,