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. Mountain Ash District Council.






PENRHaWCEBER. LABOUR MEETING.—On ThiMted&y evening last, Coun. George II. Hall gave an address on the work of the District Council. Mr. Benbow pro- sided. The report was accepted, and a vote of sided. The report was accepted, and a vote of thanks was accorded to Coun. Hall. LIFEBOAT MEN.—On Tuesday evening, at the meeting of the Penrhiwceiber evening class, a lecture, illustrated by limelight views, was fiven, the subject being, "The Lifeboat Men." by Mr. Rhys Morgan. Mr. Arthur Matthews manipulated the lantern. REHEARSAL.—A rehearsal for the Adult Cym- anfe. of the Upper Section of the Welsh Con- gregational Churches of the Aberdare Valley [ was held at Carttiei Hall. There was a fairly good attendance of singers. Mr. Phillip Rees, Abercwmboi, conducted, and Mr. Jonah Reee, accompanied. NEW COTJNTT COUNCILLOR.—The fact that Dr. I. B. Phillips Jones was elected unopposed as the representative of Penrhiwceiber and Miskin Ward is sufficient proof of his popularity in j the district. At the ^meeting of the Young Lib- erals a resolution was passed congratulating < Dr. Phillips on his succession to the seat oc- ] cupied by his deceased father. 11 LECTURE.—On Saturday evening, a lantern ] lecture was delivered in Carmel Hall by the j Rev. S. Williams, pastor. Views of Mid-Wales Rev. S. Williams, pastor, on "Views of Mid- Wales." Before the views were thrown on the screen, photos of a number of Penrhiwceiber celebrtties were exhibited, among them being the late Wm. Lewis, Co-operative Stores; the late David Richards, Walter House, and the late pastor, Rev, Robt. Thomas. Mr. Thomas < Douglas manipulated the lantern. Proceeds were in aid of the Sunday School trip. j WOUNDING. — At Glamorgan Assizes, on ( Wednesday, Morgan Evans (22), haulier, and 1 Hannah Evans (48), his mother, were charged with maliciously wounding Edward Wallace at ] Penrhiwceiber on the 1st J&nury. The evidence showed that in the course of an affray in Mrs. < Evans's house, Wallace received two cuts across the throat with a table knife, two black eyes, and half a dozen scalp wounds, said to have been inflicted with a bottle and a poker. The I defence was provocation. Prisoners were sen- I tenced to five months' imprisonment each.

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