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I TREHARRIS.I

The Treharris Fowl Case.

Water Consumption at Merthyr…

Gellygaer and Merthyr Union.

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dowlais. AN INTERESTING DISPLAY—HOW "K" Boots are made, and what they are made of. We are exhibit- ing in our windows a choice selection of fine skins of black and brown leather, as used in the manu- facture of "K" Bootsand Shoes. Note Address, W. li. WILLIAMS, 51A, High-street, Merthyr. J. JKREMIAH, Plumber, Gas Fitter, and House Decorator, 5, North-street, Dowlais. Lowest priccs compatible with good workmanship and materials. A trial solicited. Also open to negotiate for the sale or purchase of property privately. Note the address, 5. North-street, Dowlais. GREAT SHOW OF CLOTHING for Winter Wear at W. MORGAN DAVIES, 115. High-street, Dowlais. Boys', ioutiis', a Mi Men's Suits in great variety. An inspection invited. Hats, Caps, etc., in the newest shapes. SHORTHAND—Private classes now being form- ed. All stages. Tom Phillips, 48, Brynheulog- street, Penydarren. DOWLAIS C.E.M.S.—A meeting to form a. cricket club in connection with this society will be held at the Parish Hall, Garden-street, on Friday evening, April 30th, at 8.30 o'clock. All Churchmen interested in cricket are cordially invited to attend. MUSICAL SUCCESS.—We are pleased to note that Mr. Willie Morgan, son of Mr. George Morgan, tailor, etc., Odessa-street, passed the recent examination in singing of the Amalgam- ated Board of the R.A.M. and R.C.M.. Lon- don, and was awarded the Advanced Certifi- cate. The success of this promising young baritone must be exceedingly gratifying. In passing, it may bs mentiollied as somewhat unique that, on the occasion of the last National Eisteddfod of Wales held in Llanelly, he figured as the prize-winning soloist in tho boy soprano competition. Mr. Morgan. who is a pupil of Mr. E. T. Davies, F.R.C.O., Cartrefie, has made great progress since then, and distinguish- ed himself with the numerous other vocalists who enjoy Mr. Davies's experienced and excel- lent tuition. "RESCUED IN LONDON.—A service of song en- titled "Rescued in London," was given by the choir of Ebenezer Primitive Methodist Church, on Thursday evening week, at the chapel, un- der the conductorship of Mr. John Vaughan, David-street, to a. large and appreciative con- gregation. Solos, duets, etc., were rendered by Messrs. J. Davies, J. Matthews, and Percy Thomas, accompanied by Miss Lizzie M. Ro- berts, Greenfield-terrace, Penydarren. Votes of thanks were proposed by Inspector Edwards7 a.nd seconded by Mr. Geo. Roberts, to Mrs. J. B. Evans, Aelybryn, who presided to the Rev. S. Harry, who gave the connecting readings to the musical numbers, and to the choir, who did their work admirably. Mr. W. J. Townsend, Berry-square (organist) ably presided at the or- gan and assisted the choristers throughout the service of song. NATURE IS ARRAYED in all her glory. Follow her ?xample and array yourself in smart spring attire purchased at the Emporium of Fashion, R. T. JONES & Co.'s, Market-square, Merthyr Tydfil. —

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