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Toqypandy Co!d Crown Eisteddfod

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ROYAL CLARENCE THEATRE.

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PONTYPRIDD SCHOOL BOfVHD.

Pontypridd.

Treforest.

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Tonypandy.

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Pentre.

Ferndalo.

Ystrad.

Pentyrch.

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Llanbradach.

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Abercynoq.

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Abercynoq. Anniversary services were held at Carmel, Welsh Weslevau Chapei, on Sunday week, and were followed by revival services each evening during the week up to Friday, the 24th inst. On Sunday, Miss Wiilmns (Pontypridd), Mrs Lloyd (Bodringallt), and Rev. T. Jones (Ponty- pridd) preached. On Monday evening, Miss Williams artl Rev T. Jones; Tuesday, Rev fhennas Rcwjands, .Abercynon ednesday, Rev II. O. Hughes Met'hyr; Thursday, Rev T. Jones, Pontypridd; F-iday, Rev D. C. Jones, Mountain Ash. TV- .5.. rvices were all well attended. Jones Price Jones, builder and contractor, of Mount Pleasant, Abercvrion, appeared to under- go his public examination before the deputy registrar (Mr J. E. Spickett), at the Pnntypridd Bankruptcy Court 0:1 Tuesday. He was legally represented by Mr J J.es-Pugho, and Mr Tom Pnillips appeared for a creditor. The gross liabilities amounted t. .Cl,3y6 15s If. and the deficiency so 14] 7 5, 10.1. Too bankrupt stated the causes of his iii&Oj eiscy to be losses on contracts, no demand Jor iiouses, and no capital. He commenced business in March, 1897, at Abercynon with a capital of £-10, which was given to him by his wile. He formetly worked as a plasterer in the same place, and he entered into partnership with Ivor W. Jenkins. Last January, however, th- partnership was dis- solved, the debtor taking over the debts and liabilities ot the ilin-i and also the stock-in- trade and effects, Jenkins receiving £ 30. The whole of the furniture was claimed by bankrupt's wife. The properties owned by bin) at Mount Pleasant, Abercynon, were heavily mortgaged, there being a. tirsu and second charge, and one firm had an tquifcable charge upon two houses in course of erection in IVnrhiwceiber-road, Abercynon, and £ 20 were due to workmen for wages. The examination was adjourned to April 25th.

Penrhiwceiber.

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