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Taff and Cynon Miners.

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Dowlais and Electric Light.

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ABERCANAID.

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ABERCANAID. FISH POR LENT.—Kindly plaoe your orders early with OLIVES A. BOWN, Fishmonger, 36, High-street (four doors below Howfield's). Satisfaction guaranteed. GOOD FRIDAY. — W. TooMEY, fishmonger, begs to inform his customers that he will have for Good Friday a large supply of Fresh Fish, all of prime quality and lowest market prices. Order early. SUCCESS.—Miss Florence Mary Williams, daughter of Mr. John Williams, and Miss Lizzie Webber, daughter of Mr. John Webbar, colliery manager, were successful at the certifi- cate examination which they' sat for in 1909. Miss Webber also passed in .Welah, which was optional. OBITUABY.—Mrs. Ann Rees, wife of Mr.. John Rees, of Pond-row, died on Sunday week. De- oeased was 53 years of a.ge, and was a member of Demi Baptist Chapel, Aberoanaid. The funeral took place on Wednesday, the interment being at Cefn Cemetery. The Rev. Isaac Jamos (Baptist minister) officiated. BAND CONTEST.—On Monday the Plymouth Workmen's Brass Band held a competitive quartotto and Bolo contest at the New Hall, Pentrebach. There was a fair attendanoe. The following were the prize-winners in the quar- tette competition :lst prize (£2 and four gold centre medals), Femdalo quartette; 2, Aber- aman; 3, YnysybwL In the euphonium solo contest, the successful prize-winner was Mr. Fred Hollis, of theF-ernd-ale Band. Mr. John Bailev acted as adjudicator.

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