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TOM PRICE. THE IS. A. PREMIER.,

FOOTBALL NOTES AND NEWS.

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THE Rev. R. J. Campbell, M.A., visited the Rhondda Valley last week. Big crowds assembled to hear him, but they were greatly disappointed. In fact," remarked a Rhondda man to our South Wales correspon- dent, I have heard a much better sermon by a young student from Cardiff College." IN the old days the Vale of Glamorgan was noted for its peaches. They grew in the open. The name given to them by the Welsh people was eirin blewog." To-day Glamorgan gets its peaches from France and elsewhere abroad. THE young Welshmen of Trecynon, Aberdare, are very patriotic. The other evening they performed the Welsh operetta Olwen Plasgwyn" at the Victoria. Hall, Hirwain, to crowded audiences. Could not," asks our South Wales correspondent, the young Welshmen of London arrange similar performances ?