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SOUTH WALES CHORAL UNION.

PROPOSED CAMBRIAN " WIMBLEDON…

The Merthyr Guardians Threatened…

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The Merthyr Guardians Threatened with Serious Revelations. At the weekly meeting on Saturday Mr. T Thomas, of Aberdare, who had visited the House in the course of the morning, complained that the old men were put to cut wood in an old shed with no fire, so that it was impossible to keep them- selves warm. The master said the old men in the wood shed worked at their own pleasure, and could go when they pleased into the oakum picking shed if they chose. As to the other matter, they burnt in the house on an average nine tons of coal a week, and if the inmates had all the coal they wanted they would use 20 tons. Mr. Thomas remarked that next week he would take a ftiend with him to investigate certain matters which he thought would end in something serious. The Chairman: You will find a great many mare's nests before you have done. --+--

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PONTYPRIDD BOARD OF GUARDIANS.

Caerphilly Police Court.

MARDY EXPLOSION RELIEF FUND.

CHARGES AGAINST THE AGENT,…

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