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Peculiar Wage Claim at fountain…

Mountain Ash County Court.

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For the Waifs and Strays.




-l. ABERCYNON. The MERTHYR EDITION of the "Merthyr Ex- press" is on sale at Mrs. Richards, Newsagent, Station-street, every Friday morning. BuY your Jewellery and Take your Repairs to M. WEHRLKY, 4, Newfoundland-terrace, Mertbyr. M. W. travels the neighbouring towns every week. GENERAL MEETING.—A general meeting of workmen was held at tbe Workmen's Hall, on Monday evening, to receive the report of the deputation to Mr. Beasley re the subway. The deputation reported having received a. cordial welcome from Mr. Beasley. At present he did not intend doing anything to the subway, but when anything was done the workmen should enjoy the same privileges as they had enjoyed during the past years. A vote of thanks was accorded Mr. Beasley for his kind- ness. CHAMBER OF TRADE. —• At the Workmen's Hall, on Wednesday night, the annual meet- ing of the Abercynon Chamber of Trade was held, Mr. Wm. Fenwick presiding. The follow- ing officers were elected: President, Dr. Mor- ris vice-presidents, Mr. B. H, Thomas and Mr. J. Sutherland; secretary (re-elected), Mr. Tom Davies; treasurer, Mr. John Jones. The following were elected on the counoil:—Mr. W. G.Williams, Mr. T. Jones, Mr. Edmund Jones, Mr. A. Smith, Mr. VV. Evans, Mr." J. Jenkins, t and Mr. T. W. Jones. The president, secre- tary and treasurer and Mr. Thomas Joy were appointed delegates to the Federated Cham- bers of Trade meeting to be held at Pena-rth. Mr. Thomas Joy and Mr. A. Smith were elect- ed auditors. A notice of motion was brought forward by Mr. John Jones (ironmonger) re an earlier despatch of letters from Abercynon in the morning, and it was decided to write to the Postmaster-General on the matter. N ATURE is ARRAYED in all her glory. Follow her example and array yourself in smart spring attire purchased at tho Emporium of Fashion, R. T. JONES & Co.'s, Market-square, Merthyr Tydfil

Abercynon Free Church Council.




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