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-Aberdare Chamber ofj Trade.

Cwmbach.

Mountain Ash.

Penrhiwceiber.

Mountain Ash Tragedy.

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Family Notices

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The Churches.

Mr Evan Roberts. __'i

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Grand Wrestling Match at Aberdare.

Hirwain.-

Penrhiwceiber.

Miskin.|

Mountain Ash.

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Cwmaman.

Aberaman.

Aberdare. !

Cwmdare.

'Abercynon.

Abercynon Notes.

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Abercynon Notes. I am pleased to find that another appli- cation is made to the proper authorities for an additional Police Constable—or a resident Police Constable for Carnetown. Without reflecting in any way on the existing staff, I venture to suggest it is quite inadequate to properly supervise such a wide and scattered area. I trust the application will prove successful. The missionary spirit is in the air in the locality. In my previous notes I re- ferred to the discussion of the "Wales for Christ" Crusade by the local Free Church Council. I am now given to understand that the place has been divid- ed into districts. Volunteers are plenti- ful to undertake the work of house to house canvas, and it is to be hoped that good results will follow their efforts. Ynvsboeth is also imbibed with the missionary spirit. Mr. Alexander Clark, of the Evangelical Society, London, is holding services in a specially construct- ed tent near the Council Schools. Judg- ing by the audiences, the services prove very popular. The Church of England are also anx- ious to undertake their share of work. Their work will be conducted bv two ladies, namely, Miss Downing and Miss Reynolds, who have laboured successful- ly in Dowlais for the last 12 years. We wish them every success in their efforts at Abercynon. What about that diar-v- Is it true that some of-our local ministers went to their Sunday publication, and found out to their chagrin that they had made a mistake? One minister had even gone 12 months before his time. Would it not be better for both to speculate in a new diary? Hard lines just before the holi- days too. Our local Councillors could not see eve to eye at the last meeting of the Mountain Ash Education Committee. The Chair- man by his casting vote decided to throw the ratepayers' money away to pay for services rendered (f) during holidays. Possibly he may explain his action by saying that officials are paid for holiday- time. Quite right, Air. Chairman, but two blacks will never make one white. I cannot see why any offcial-holrever well remunerated—should be paid for his holiday. I note someone said "gallery play," as if anyone of our Councillors would stoop to indulge in gallery play!

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