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ABERDARE. IF YOG HAVE DEFKCTIVE EYESIGHT, consult the most experienced Eyesight Testing Expert in Mer- thyr. Mr. HENRY M. LLOYD. Ophthalmic Optician and Chemist, Merthyr (opposite Market doors). DON'T FORGET to enter for the Aberdar-e Dog, Poultry, and Cage Birds Show and Am- I bula.nce Competitions on Easter Monday and Tuesday. Good classification. Ten Cups. Specialist Judges. Further particulars, apply T. J. DAVIES, Hon. Sec. CONCEBT.—A concert arranged by the local postmen was held on Thursday evening at the Memorial Hall. There was a good attendance, and a capital programme was gone through. The proceeds were in aid of the Postmen's widows and orphans TRINIn.-The Rev. W. Davies, pastor elect of Bethania Welsh Calvinistic Methodist Church as successor to the late Rev. William James, occupied the pulpit at Trinity English Calvin- istic Methodist Church, on Sunday last. The rev.- gentleman preached two excellent sermons. NOTED MTSICIAN DEAD.-—The death occurred on Friday, at Bryncynnon-terrace, Cwmdare, at the residence of her son-in-law. Coun. W. Harper, of Mrs. Kruger Evans. Mrs. Evans was, when a young girl, a well-known singer at Aberdare, being one of the three Misses Forey, of Abernant, well-known at that time in Eisteddfodic circles. At the Eistecldfod held in Merthyr in 1859, in connection with the Cymrodorion Dirwestol, Miss Forey and Mrs. Kruger, as she then was, took the prize for a duet, and they, as well as their sister, subse- quently Mrs. John Mathews, were frequent win- ners at the Abergavenny and other Eisteddfo- dau, including some of the Carw Coch Eistedd- fodau at Aberdare. It was at the 1859 Eis- teddfod at Merthyr that Miss Watts, who de- lighted Wales with her singing, also won one of her first prizes. After the death of Mr. Kruger, Mrs. Kruger married Mr. John Evans. butcher, Aberdare, and her children were, like herself, good singers. Mrs. Kruger Evans was known in Eisteddfodic circles as Morfydd Morganwg, but of the present generation but few will recall her musical success. To the older readers of the "Merthyr Express," how- over. her name will be familiar.

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ABERDARE IN 1832.