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Merthyr Police Assault-at-Arms.


|A Death Paid Penalty.

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The Ratepayers' Meeting.

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TREHARRIS. DRAMATIC.—Poole's Myriorama. Company oc- cupied the boards of the Public Hall last week, and drew crowded houses each night to their excellent entertainments. On Sunday evening there was a sacred concert. SPECIAL MEETINGS.—These meetings were held at Libanus, Graigbertblwyd, on Saturday evening, Sunday, and Monday evening, when the Revs. D. Ffrwdwen Lewis, Trelewis, and J. Ediyd Jones, Cwmaman, preached to large congregations. OBITUARY.—Readers will regret to hear of the death of Mrs. Roberts, wife of Mr. David Roberts, chief mechanic of the Celynen Colliery, Newbridge, which took place on Tuesday morning after a brief illness, from pneumonia. Mr. Roberts resided here for many years, and his numerous friends extend to him their ..sympathy in his berep.v«ment. CONCERT.—On Monday, May 10th, a grand Evening Concert will be given by the Cy- farthfa and Merthyr Municipal Band at the Public Hall. Treharris. The following artistes will assist in the programme:—Soprano, Miss Annie Rees, Dowiais; baritone, Mr. Evan Bate man, Dowiais; solo French born, Mr. Ralph LivBey, principal London and Provin- cial Concerts. The accompanist will be Mr. W. J. Watkins, F.R.C.O., L.R.C.M., Dow- iais. His Worship The Mayor (Aid. A. Wil- W. J. Watkins, F.R.C.O., L.R.C.M., Dow- iais. His Worship The Mayor (Aid. A. Wil- son) will preside. PRESENTATION.—On Sunday afternoon, at Forest-road Vestry, Mr. I. Islwyn Price, Fish- guard, late of Treharris, was presented by Sir. Jone3 (Oaklands) a hymn book, on behalf of the Brynhyfryd Sunday School; and Miss Gwen Mary Williams presented him with a silver inkstand on behalf of the teachers and scholars of Forest-road"Sunday School, of which he was superintendent. Mr. Price feelingly acknowledged thegifts. Several speakers wished Mr. Price every happiness and prosperity in his new home in Pembrokeshire. Benefit SOCIETY.—A public meeting was held on Saturday, at the Thomas Assembly- rooms, in connection with Cardiff and County Superannuation and Benefit Society. The object of the meeting was to form a branch lodge of the Society at Treharris. A deputation from the Grand Lodge, Cardiff, accompanied by the chief secretary, Mr. A. Maurice Bailey, attended the meeting, and addresses were given by members of the management committee on the principles of the society and how it provides for its members. Bro. Bailey spoke of the good already done by the Society, and explained how the Society made its profits, and divided them among its members. There were members present from Treharris, who had already profits amounting to £46. £43 and £24 standing to their credit in the Society.—Bro. Bell, Bro. Hooper and Bro. Jenkins also gave addresses. The ceremony of opening the lodge was performed by tho Grand Master, Bro. Jenkins, Cardiff, and the following were eleeted officers to represent the branch lodge at Tre- harris :—Master, Bro. J. Randell; deputv- m-aster, Bro. E. Jones; entrance guardian, Bro. Powell; secretary, Bro. W. J. Davies. 6, Edward- street, Treharris.

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Miners and the Eight Hours…

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■<>• The Glamorgan Water Bill.


Political Meeting at Abercynon.

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