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" Merthyr Express " Diary.…

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Notice to Subscribers.

"SOME VAGUE CHIMERA CALLED…

WELSH DISESTABLISHMENT BILL.

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Merthyr Electric Traction…

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ABERCANAID. I CRICKET CI.UB.— On Wednesday a social tea. in connection with this Club was held in Zion Hall, when between 250 and 300 sat down to partake of the good things provided. The following ladies attended at the tables Miss M. Jones, Miss A. Thomas, Miss M. Thomas, Miss Annie Lawrence, Miss Gwen and Miss S. Thomas, Miss M. E. Powell, Mrs. Thomas Thomas and Mrs. M. Roderick, Miss M. A. Hunter, Miss L. Da vies, and Miss M. J. Roderick. The following also assisted :—Mrs. L. S. Da vies, Mrs. John Thomas, Mrs. Webber Lewis and Miss M. Thomas, and Mr. George Evans. After tea a concert was held, presided over by Mr. L. S. Davics. The following took partPianoforte solo. Miss Lvdia Rees solos by Miss S. Jones, Miss H. A. Jones and Mr. R. Roderick piano- forte duet, Messrs. J. J. Fitzgerald and Enoch Fitzgerald. The Rev. J. D. Jones, Congrega- tional minister, Mr. Jarman (a native of Aber- eanaid, newly arrived on a visit from America), and Mr. Ben James also gave addresses. The committee of the Club a-ssisted in the arrange- ments, and the secretarial duties were carried out by Messrs Tom Lawrence and S. Thomas. SUCCESS.—Nurse S. A. Thomas, of Glen Roy House, Alexandra-terrace, has just completed her three years' general training, and passed her final examination at St. Georges Infirmary, London, S. W. She also holds certificates for midwifery and district work.

Sudden Death in a Colliery.

"RICHES AND POVERTY."

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. MEDICAL STUDENT AND ACTRESS.

Cyfarthfa Castle Park-keeper.…

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