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Theatre Royal, Merthyr.

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}MERTHYR TOWJ COUNCIL.

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Merthyr Siaucjliterhouses.

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DOWLAIS. TrIp. TFmrrruuALS. — The ]001\1 officers are arranging i church parade at Dowlais in a. week^' time. SMOKEB. — A. well-attended smoking concert was bed at the Bush Hotel, on Monday evening A good collection was niada and handed over to Mr. O..Jeukii: for the Widows' and Orphans' Fund of the A.SRS. HE KM ON* SALE OF WORK. In the report of this ven last week, It ;¡bonld have been mentioned that the presentation of a bouquet was made Mrs. Lewis, Morlais Villa, who kindly pwfomH the openiil ceremony, hy Mrs. EC. D. Jc,nc> (wife of the pastor). The name of Mrs. J. j Williams, Broad-.»treefc, should be added to the list, of tea tiay holders. FASHION'S FAVOURS.— Tho display of choice millinery in tho windows of Messrs. J. S. Davids and Co High-street, is one of surpassing beauty in elegance and taste. have never before had the pleasure ot inviting their custorrers to inspect so inr.fi'oib'eenS a show of Eastertide and early spring, and the exhibit is the supreme con- centration of their best efforts. In other depart- ments, also, the house holds equally fine and full atoeks. CHARGE BHIG-ADS.—About thirty lada a.nd officers, with Captain John Evan Jones in command, again had Church Parade on Sunday. l'he Rsv. J. Morgan preached, and dwelt upon ) the advantages of the Brigade. The company ia j rapidly increasing, in number, hut the office*' would like to see a muster of 50. Considerme the advantages offered, this numuer will soon be made up. Intending recruits should attend St. Tyfaelog drill room on Friday, April 16th. MUSICAL SUCCESS.—At the recsnt Trinity Col- lege of Music Examination, held in Cardiff, four pupils of Mr. W. J. Watkins, F.R.C.O., organist of the-Parish Charch, were successfulSenior (Honours), Master Arthur Hughes; Intermediate. Miss Lila Atkins, Mr. W. J. Tippett, lottyn, and Me. T. J. Harris, Rhymnby. Masbr; t Arthur Hughes, who is the son of Mr. William < Hughes, A.C. (precentor of Bryn Soion Congregational Chapel, has distinguished him- i self in gaining marks which entitled him t" "honours" in the Senior Class. He ia on'y fifteen years of age, a most promising young instrumentalist, and acts as accompanist to the Dowlais Male Choir, of which his music master, Mr. WatkiuH, is the able conductor. The other local pupil, 11i"g Lila Atkins, is the daughter of I Mr. J. Lloyd Atkins, F.A.L, auctioneer, &0., Gellifaelog, and she, too, has done exceedingly well in securing the Intermediate Certificate. ONSEQUIKF.—The funeral of the late Mr. Jehn Davies, Blanche-street (formerly of the Canford Arms Hotel), whoes demise was recorded last week, took place on Thursday afternoon, the body being conveyed for interment at Pant Cemetery, The obsequies were for gentlemen only, and the cortege included the two local comrades and ^killed marksmen, Mr. J. Jeremiah, Dowlais, and Mr. E. P. Nash, Merthyr, to whom the deceased had been long associated. The principal n.oiun- ers were, viz. :—1st coach, Messrs. Arthur Evans (son-in-law), Vauubu Reynolds, and Isaac Vaughs-n, Trehe=1-ert. Rees Glandon Da.vi.ee, Clvdach, Breconsbi re, and Arthur Morgan, Oar- diff (COVSIDP) 2nd coich, Messrs. Austin Morgan and Arthur Morgan, Cardiff, Rev. D. W. Morgan, D. J. Harris, Troh uria (nephews), and Mr. David Davie, Pentrebach; 3rd coach, Messrs. F re it Morgan (nephew), D. S. Powell, Revs. D. Griffiths, Mori, h, and W. Ceinfryn Thomas, Hebron. A short service wa3 conducted at th« house by tho rev. gentlemen, both of whom othci- ated at the grave side. Wreaths were sent by Mrs. Davies (widow) and Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Evans (son in-law a.nd daughter). OBITTARY. — It is with regret wo have to I chronicle the death, at rl,e age of 63 years, of Mrs Davids, for 31 years lease-holder of the Royal Arms," Pant-road, which took p!aco after a long and trying illness, early on Tuesday morning. A native of the place, deceased was well known and highly n.-sppcted, proof of which was mani- fest by the Jape number of gentleman present at the funera', which took place on Thursday. The following gontlemen representing Mewrs. Bass, M ssrs. J. 11 tfonec, Evans, Brac'd ck, end 1for- M' Tthyr; Mr. Davids. Swansea j Mr. Elwa.ds, Pontypridd; and Mr. Wdliums, Tie- .legar, and there were present a number of leading local tradesman and resident*. Th deceased leh one son and three daughters. Floral tributes were received from the family members of tb* Money Club held at the Royal Arms Mi. Davies. Swansea and Mr. T. R. Wi'dams, Mer- ihyr. The officiating minister was Rev. Edward Jores, M.A., B.D., Gwernllwyn, of which church deceased was a faithful member. The family wish to thank their mrvny friends for the sym- pathy extonded them and the letters received in their [lad bereavement.

Dog Show at Merthyr Vale.

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Attempted Suicide at Brynmawr.

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