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ABERSYCHAN LOCAL BOARD.

A GAMEKEEPER FINED FOR KILLING…

THE FLOODS IN NTORTH WALES.

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LLANFRECHFA UPPER LOCAL BOARD.

ARRIVAL OF CAPTAIN CAREY.—HIS…

STRANGE CHARGE OF BIGAMY.

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LOCAL AND DISTRICT NEWS. -----

BLAENAVON.

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ABERSYCHAN.

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CWMBRAN.

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CWMBRAN. THE ANNIVERSARY SERVICES were held at Ebe- nezer Baptist Chapel, Two Locks, on Sunday, when three sermons were preached by Mr R. Cory, of Cardiff. The attendance was very good, especially at the evening service; and the collections realised a good sum, Mr Cory contributing liberally towards the chapel funds. On Monday, a tea meeting was held, which was very successful; and in the even- ing a concert was given, when the chapel was quite filled with an appreciative audience, who thoroughly enjoyed the entertainment. Mr J. Place most ably filled the office of chairman. Sub- joined is the programme PART I. Pianoforte Solo-Mr E. G. Morgan. Anthem—The Lord is my Shepherd—Choir. Song-Noble Twenty-fourth-Alr A. Shearne. Song—The soldier's tear—Mr H. Bees. Glee-Little Minnie—Juvenile Party. Song—Close the shutters—Mr S. Summers. Song—Miss A. Francis. Duet-Flow gently, Deva—Messrs Walters & Lewis. Song—The mother and her babe-Llew Cynon Anthem-Rejoice, 0 Daughter of ZiOn-Choir. PART II. Pianoforte Solo—Mr E. G. Morgau. Quartette—We with redoubled rage return—Mr J. Lewis and Party. Serenade—For ever—Miss E. Giles. Solo-Honour and Arms-Llew Cynon. Song-Mr J. Lewis. Sleighing Song—Juvenile Party. Song—Miss A. Francis. Song-Sir Garnet will show them the ivay-A-ir J. Cocker. Glee-Awake, iEolian Lyre-Choir. Finale—National Anthem.

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SWANSEA.

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ISPECIAL SERVICES AT GLASCOED…

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LONDON CATTLE MARKET.—THURSDAY.

BRISTOL CATTLE MAR-KET.-THurSDAY.

AN APPALLING NIGHT.

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PONTYPOOL PETTY SESSIONS.

PONTYPOOL POLICE COURT.

DESTRUCTIOF A TOWN BY FIRE.