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MOUNTAIN ASH. PUEC<7ASK your Groceries and Provisions at H. EYNON ls, Mountain Ash. Quality and price un. surpassed. IF .yon are in doubt where to Famish, go to VIC- TOR PBEED.lhe leading house furnisher, where you can be supplied at .your own terms.—3 and 4, Miskin- Road, Mountain Ash. NAZABETH.—Meetings for prayer have been held every, evening during the week at the Nazareth English Baptist Chapel. A week of special prayer meetings has been observed at tiiis place of worship for several years. DR&TS.—On Monday the death took place of Mrs. Jane Hill, of Laurels Cottage, Cardiff- road. For several years, Mrs. Hill kept the re- freshment house near the Nazareth English Baptist Chapel. She was 62 years of age. BILLu.RDS.-The tournament at the billiard rooms connected with the Workmen's Institute for Lord Aberdare's Challenge Cup is now drawing to a close. The four players in the semi-fbials are: Messrs. G. Hart, 1. Grant, H. Lewis, and G. Wharton. DEATJGHTS.—The officials of the Draughts Club for the ensuing year are as follow:— President, Mr. George Eact; treasurer, Mr. W. Monran; and secretary. Mr. F. W. Lane. It has been decided to hold a tournament in con- nection with the club. ODDFELLOWS (M.U.). The officers of the Gwenyneu Glancynon Lodge, held at the Jef- freys Arms Inn, have just received from the directors of the Order a cheque for the sum of E30 to assist them in paying the very heavy claims for sickness and deaths of members, while the Bruce Lodge, held at the New Public Hall, has received from the same source £ 100. This will prove a great boon to the lodges con- cerned. ASSURANCE AGENTS.—The monthly meeting of the Mountain Ash branch of the National Union of Life Assurance Agents was held at the Workmen's Institute on Friday afternoon, under the presidency of Mr. J. Jones. A good number of agents were present, and tho quar- terly circular was read and discussed at some length.—It was decided to appeal to all Trade Unionists to support the movement, and to issue a loaflet on the matter. MUSICAL.—The following pupils of Mr. J. Morgan Harris, triple medallist of the Royal Acad amy of Music, have been successful in gaining prizes at recent Mountain Ash Eistcdd- fodau:—Providence Eisteddfod, pianoforte solo, Miss Alice Simmonds; I.L.P. Eisteddfod, Miss Alice Muivey; Rhos Eisteddfod, open pianoforte solo. Miss Mildred Davies; at the same Eistedd- ford, for junior pianoforte solo. Miss Lily Noot. Easter Eisteddfod: tenor solo, Mr. Stephen Jenkins. Mr. Harris also trained Miss Maud Bishop and Miss Phcebe M. Charles, who were successful in gaining certificates for rudiments of music at the recent local examinations of the R.A.M. and R.C.M.


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