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Mountain Ash Evening Classes.

MISKIN.

Dance at Miskin.

PENRHIWCEIBER.

Penrhiwceiber Collier's Trip…

ABERCYNON.

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ABERCYNON. TABERNACLE. The half-yearly preaching services of Tabernacle (C.M.) Church were held on Sunday and Monday. Inspiring sermons were delivered by the Rev. Thomas Davies, Treorkv, and Rev. Dr. J., Cynddylan Jones, Cardiff. FISCAL REpopil-An address on Fiscal Reform was delivered, by Mr. Waddington, Chesterfield, at the Lesser Hal], on Thursday evening. The meeting was held under the auspices of the South Wales Tariff Reform Federation. Mr F Bailey "presided. SACRED CONCERT..—A sacred concert was held by the Abercynon Girls' Choir, at the English Congregational Chapel, on Sunday night. Mr. W. Tame presided. The Choir rendered the test piece of Mountain Ash eistedd- fod under the conductorBhip of Mr. H. S. Blomley. Organ selections were given by IS MisaJ E. Blomley, and solos by Miss Williams (soprano), Miss Lilv Jones and Miss A. M. Jones Pi l t!t(Y.;ri.wu) I The MEETHYB EDITION of the "Merthyr Eti, press" is on sale at Mrs. Richards, Newsagent Station-street, every Friday morning. PRESENTATION.—On Thursday night, at Moriah Baptist Church, Miss Gertrude Gibbon was presented with a beautiful cabinet ol cutlery for services rendered as organist for upwards of ten years. Congratulatory speeches were delivered by many friends, including liev A. B. Morgan (pastor), Mr. Brown, Mr. Ric Davies, Mr. Wilton, Mr. David Lewis, wfcx^ being senior deacon, presented Miss Gibborf I with the cabinet. The gentlemen referred 1"4 the amaible qualities of the organist, hej unstinted devotion to the work, and her was ingness to do anything in her power wheij called upon. They all wished her a long ami prosperous life, that she may have the pleansnst of utilising the valuable gift. TEA AND COI^ERT.—The annual tea and concert of the English Congregational Churcfi, was held on Good Friday. A very large numbei of persons were present to partake of thIS excellent tilings provided. The tables were is charge of Mrs. Heams, Mrs. Taylor, Mrs. Smithy Mrs. Richards, Mrs. Grubb, Mrs. Evans, Mrsi Matthews. Assistance was given by M* Jones, Mrs. Jarman, Mrs. Hyde, Mrs. Jones/j Mrs. Thomas, Mrs. Hopkins, Mrs. Stone, Mrs James, Mrs. Poulton, Mrs. W. Taylor, Miss Jones, Miss Matthews, Miss Bowden, Mis^ Morgan and Miss Taylor, Mrs. Edwards, MROU Barge and Mrs. Hiscock. After tea, vocat items ware contributed by Mr. W. D. Evansi Mr. T. H. Davies, Mr. M. H. Simpson, Mr. Holland, and the Orpheus Glee party, undel the conductorship of Mr. D. T. Theophil Recitations were given by Mr. W. G. PowelL violin solos by Mr. D. T. Theophilus, and mandoline solos by Signor Tallan. Mr1 Haydu Wood presided at the piano.

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MOUNTAIN ASH.

The Vicar of Mountain Ash…

I MOUNTAIN ASH POLICE COURT

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Mountain Ash Easter Eisteddfod.

Mountain Ash Easter Eisteddfod.

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