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Y GOLOFN GYMREIG.

BWRDD Y GOL.

THE FALL OF HERAT. ..

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PONTYPRIDD.

BEOLFACH.

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YSTRAD.

PENTRE.

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PENTRE. TEA PARTY.—A tea party was "held at the Public 3all, on Thursday. 20th inst, ein., the annual reat-given t<> the children. In theevening a com- petitive meeting was held when the fullowing jrogramae w«i &>*• tfironjhi—Bao solo 11 Yr Hwn a ferchyg ar Nef y Nefoedd," John Broad. Treorky reading music first sight, John Broad impromptu speech, divided between John Griffiths, and David Rees; reading, Gwilym Rees reading, David Thomas; song Wyt ti'n cofio'rlloeryn codi," Miss Maggie Kinsey; recitation, Mary Howells; duett, Miss Evans and Mrs Davies; dialogue, David Rees, and friends. Adjudicator on the singing and reciting Mr Wm. Howells. Chairman, Rev. Dd. Evans.

MOUNTAIN ASH.

YSTRADYFODWG SCHOOL BOARD…

ST. DAVID'S CHURCH BAZAAR,…

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Glamorgan Michaelmas Quarter…

Pontypridd Police Court.

Caerphilly Petty Sessions.

TYLORSTOWN.¡

CRISIS IN IRELAND.