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----------Inquests at Aberdare.

County Council Elections.


County Council Elections. MOUNTAIN ASH DISTRICT. In one only out of the three divisions was-there -? contest. In Duffryn Ward Mr. Wm. Jonps was returned unopposed r'l -ii•1 Peurhiweeiber Ward Dr. Ben Phillips Jones was likewise returned. In the Abercynon Division there was a short and sharp triangular fight, Mr. W. H. May (Labour) coming out at the last moment. The figures were announced on Monday night, as follows:- *Dr. Isaac LI. Morris L 719 wS' wVa^rS 508 W. H. May Lab. 461 Denotes Old Member. ABERDARE POLLING. In Wards I., III., and Y., Messrs. Rees Llewelyn, J.P., David Hughes, and T. L. ]e Davies respectively were returned xvnop- posed. In Ward II. the contestants were Councillor T. Walter Williams, B.Sc.. and Mr. W. T. Harris. Gadlys Uchaf House, the seat having been rendered vacant through the death of Mr. Griffith George. The result was as follows:- T. Walter Williams 838 W.T.Harris. 136 Majority 702 In No. IV. Ward the old member. Mr. John Howell, was opposed bv Mr. G. A. Treharne, and the polling was as follows: G. A. Treharne. 696 John Howell. 624 Majority 72

Gwmaman Chamber of Trade.


Breconshire County Council.

- Happy Evening at Rhigos.


Aberdare Chamber of . Trade.

Abolition of Workhouses.

--Blindmi Eczema

Labour and the Election,

"Magna Chanta" at the Mount.

!Young Liberals League.

Trinity, Aberdare.

I ----------Acute Gastric…


ITwenty Years' Ministry.

"Great Events."

Grand Theatre, Aberaman