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" Merthyr Express " Diary.…

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THE SITUATION IN THE COAL…

CARDIFF AND MERTHYR WATER…

THE DISESTABLISHMENT BILL.…

GOSSIP.

Troedyrhiw & District Co-operative…

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Merthyr School Management Committee. A meeting of the School Management Conn mittec of the Merthyr Education Authority was he!d on Wednesday night, Coun. J. Davies rDowlai-) presiding.—A letter was read from the manager of the Exhibition to be held at Cardiff, pointing out facilities that would be afforded school children for attending the exh'bition.—Akl. D. W. said a visi to the exhibition would be an education to the young- srers. and he thought the Committee might reasonably grant a sum of monev towards the expenses. On the motion of Coun. F. S. Simons, it was agreed that the head teacher# be asked their opinion, and that the Clerk- report. The Committee aprre^d to grant a week's holidav at Whitsuntide.—The use of a room at Twynyrodyn Boys' School was srranted to Mr. C. We-t.lake, cf 32. Primrose TTvH: Twynyrodyn, for a Sunday Schoo!. as there was no othet building where n} children couid assmeble.— On t11P motion of r-frs Edmlll1(k it was agreed to ive Mies Kate Jones, of Troedyrhiw School, and five other teachers, permission to attend the National Ent^rldfod in London for one day. Mr. J. W. Richards. 9 Gwaelodyrrarth, ap' plied on behalf of the Merthyr Spiritualists' Society for the use of on? room at Abermor" )ais Schools during the timp a building wa. boinrr erected.—The application was granted, but Coun. Dan Thomas said ho would thD matter at the Education Committer, as th4 schools were refused other clenomin a.tioIl6.

Cardiff & Merthyr Water Supplies.

Merthyr Corporation and Taff…

The Ynysfach Murder.

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