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Merthyr Bakers' Association

. 1 Merthyr Education Authority's]…

The Tragedy of Woman's Life.


. Property Sale at Dowlais.

. Oddfellowship at Dowlais.




A Blue Andalusian Hen.

Aberdare Architect's Motor…


•. ! Aberdarc Bankruptcy Court.



o Cymmrodorion Society.



Miners of East Glamoryan.

i The Bag Mystery at Bargoed.





TROEDYRHIW. BANKING. — The London and Provincial Bank, Limited, have opened an agency at 66a, Cardiff-road, Troedyrhiw. The hours of busi- i ness are from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Mondays and Fridays. Ml WEDDING.—A pretty wedding took place at, St. Mary's Church, Cardigan, on Easter Mon- day morning, the contracting parties being Mr. G. Brynmor Jones. Canton House. Troedyrhiw, and Miss Maggie Davies, County Stores, Cardi- gan. The bride, who was daintily attired in white, was given away by her father. The bridesmaids were Miss Annie Davies (sister of the bride), Miss Annie Allen (cousin of the bridegroom), and Miss Doris May Morris (cousin of the bride). The officiating minister was the Rev D. Bankes-Evans. The duties of best man were discharged by Mr. J. V. Aljen, of Newport' (Mon.) A large number of beautiful presents were rccsivod. OPERETTA.—Two performances of the oper- etta entitled, "Little Wanderers," was given by the Tabernacle Children's Choir, on Wed- nesday and Thursday, at St. John's Hall, to large audiences. Through the unavoidable absence of Aid. D. W. Jones (ex-Mayor), who sent a cheque, the performance was opened on Wednesday by Dr. A. G. Jones, and on Thurs- day by Mr. W. Morgan in place of Mr. D. Francis, the latter being unable to atend. The performances were excellent, the choruses ren- dered by' the little Wanderers and Homesters being delightful. o' the Wisp" and his band of wicked fairies were the tit-bit of the performance. The "Queen" and her good fairies, did their part well, and were greatly admired in their white dresses. The "Gipsies," too were very pleasing. Characters were sus- tained by the following: Soprano, "Queen," Madamo T. Groucott Thomas; mezzo soprano, Miss Blodwen Burrows; oontralto, Miss Nelly Hamer; "Will o' the Wisp," Master Willie Thomas; "First; Herald," Master Willie Barnes: "Second Herald," Miss Tommy Yeo; "Hermit," Mr. James Newman. Accompanists, piano—Mr. George Gould organist—Mr. Hayden Davies violinists—Master Dd. Bur- rows and Miss Morgan. Praise is due to Mr. W. P. Burrows, the conductor, and all who assisted in bringing the performance to such a success. NATURE IS ARRAYED in all her glory. Follow her example and array yourself in smart spring attire purchased at the Emporium of Fasliion, R. T. JONES & C'o.'s, Market-square..Merthyr Tydfil.