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Fisons' (Ipswich) Fertilizers.


, More than Skin Deep.

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"I have enjoyed grandI health…



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" Boots and Shoes, Note Address, W. R. WILLIAMS, 51A, Iligh-strect, Merthyr. J. JEREMIAH, number, Gas Fitter, and House Decorator, 5, North-street, Dowlais. Lowest prices 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. GKKAT SHOW OF CLOTHING for Winter Wear at W. MORGAN DAVIES. 115. High-street, Dowlais. Youths', and Men's Suits in great variety. An inspection invited. Hats, Caps, etc., in the newest shapes. SUCCESSFUL EXHIBITORS. — Several Dowlais tradesmen got well "amongst the money" in the open class horse exhibits at the Bargoed I and District May Show, on Monday. Thos. E. Jerman, butcher, wen "a second and •• a third prize: Mr. Thomas Thomas, grocer, took two thirds; and Mr. James Bryant. green- grocer, and Mr. E. E. Gritiiths, butcher, were awarded a second and a third prize respectively. ANNUAL MEETINGS.—The special services of Moriah Welsh Baptist Church were opened on Saturday evening, and were largely attended and most successful. The officiating ministers were the Rev. T. Idwal Jones, Drefach, Car- marthenshire, and the Rev. R.. Griffiths, Beth- abar.1. (Pern.), and they preached with great earnestness and power, their efforts being much I appreciated. At the afternoon service on Sun. day, Mr. Tom Phillips, the popular tenor, was I heard to advantage in a sacred solo, which he rendered admirably. LECTTRii; OK "TANYMARIAN."—A large audi- ence gathered at Penywern Welsh Congrega- tional Chapel, on Thursday evening, to hear a lecture by the esteemed pastor of Ebenezer, Cardiff—the Rev. II. M. Hughes—on the above subject. The alternate humour and pathos which characterised the rev. lecturer's discrip- tions kept the audience intensely interested throughout. The proceedings were varied by songs illustrative of the genius of the subject of the lecture, viz.: "Hen Gadair Freichiau Ardderchog fy Mam" and "Peidiwch gofyn i mi ganu," by Mr. Tom James, Lower-row, Penywern, and Mr. T. P. Jones, Gwladys- street, Caeracca. A vote of hearty thaks, pro- posed by Mr. Thos. Thomas, and seconded by Mr. Hy. Williams, was accorded the lecturer, who, in acknowledging, expressed his keen ap- preciation of the way in which the proceedings had been conducted, and moved the thanks of the meeting to the chairman (the Rev. J. H. Hughe.1?, pastor of the church). The proceeds are to be devoted to the support of Mr. Row- land Pritchard, one of the young men of the church who is now preparing for the minis. try at Bala Bangor College. He bracketed with another at the head of the list at the examina- tiou for entrance, and about the same time passed tho Welsh matriculation examination. These achievements reflect great credit upon the young man's perseverance and application in view of tho disadvantages under which he laboured, having as the elder of a large family, to work as a collier up to within a short time of his entering college.

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Funeral of the Late Mr. EnochI…


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