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TROEDYRHIW. FISH FOE LENT.—Kindly plaoe yonr orders early with OUTER A. BOWN, Fishmonger, 56, ] High-street (four doors below Howfield's). ( Satisfaction guaranteed. SPECIAL FAsm SHOW of Men's. Youth's, I and Boy's Suits, Hats, Caps, Ties, Collars, t Shirte, etc., this week afb DANIEL DAVIES'S. 15, 1 Bridge-street, Troedyrhiw. M26 £ GOOD FRIDAY. W. TOOMEY, ifshmonger, 1 begs to inform his customers that he will have for Good Friday a large supply of Fresh Fish, t all of prime quality and lowest market prices. I Order early. ? DON'T FORGET to enter for the Aberdare I Dog, Poultry, and Cage Birds Show and Am- 1 bulia" Competitions on Easter Monday and Tuesday. Good classification. Ten Cups. c 'Specialist Judges. Further particulars, apply T. J. DAVIES. Hon. Sec. ] C.E.M.S.-A meeting of the local branch of v the Church of England Men's Society was held r on Thursday last. There was a large attend- i ance, and a very enjoyable evening wa.s spent. i The members sat. down to tea, and after- 1 wards discussed topics of the day. f POLICE STATION.—The Merthyr Corporation I purpose negotiating for the purchase of the t premises in Bridge-street used as a surgery by ] the lare Dr. Drafiin, for the conversion of the ( same into a police station. It is estimated that c the cost of the conversion will be about E215. g GUARDIANS ELECTION.—A meeting was held at the Tabernacle Hall, on Monday, under the auspices of the local branch of the Labour Re- presentation Committee to consider whether to run two Labour candidates for the Board of Guardians election. Mr. David Davies, Aber- canaid, presided, and was supported by Mr. T. T. Jenkins, the Labour member for the ward, and others. It was stated that Mr. N. F. Han- 7 key, Pentrebach, would not seek re-election, and also that Mrs. Edmunds, Plas-y-ooed, Troedyrhjw,, was willing to be put forward as J a candidate. The following =ZOP was car- j ried unanimously: "Tiufcfr tte run it j second Labour candidate for the Merthyr Tyd- fil Board of Guardians election, and that we, I 3 constituting the local branch of the Labour Representation Committee, heartily support the I candidature of Mrs. Edmunds, of Plas-y-coed. in the Plymouth Ward." It was understood that there would be no contest in the Plymouth Ward, and that the retiring member, Mr. T. T. i Jenkins and Mrs. Edmunds, would be returned unopposed. Mr. T. T. Jenkins delivered an ad- dress, and gave an account of his stewardship during his tenure of office for the past three years. Mr. Tom Lewis proposed a vote of con- fidence in Mr. Jenkins for services rendered, and Mr. E. Tovey seconded. Mr. Jenkins re- turned thanks. BATHANIA--The quarterly meetings of the New Baptist Chapel (Bethania) were held at i the girls' school on Sunday last. There were large attendances at all three meetings. Mr. P. Humphreys, Mr. Reuben Griffiths, and: Mr. David Griffiths presided at the morning, after- noon and evening services respectively The following members took part in the proceed- ings Morning-, Miss M. A. Davies, solo; Miss A. C. Broad, solo: Mr. Hy. Griffiths, solo, and Mr. DcL Davies and J. T. Davies, who i read papers. Afternoon: Solo, Queenie Rees; recitation, B. Carston; solo, Tydfil Richards; 1 recitation, Edith Davies; duet. Misses M. Mor- > gan and M. Williams; recitation, Richard Wil- liams; recitation, Jenkin Da vies recitation, W. Hughes; solo, Katie Carston; recitation, I D. J. Edwards; solo, Gladys Evans; recita- tion, E. Parry; recitation, Dd. Richards: Psalm, May Morgan; chorus, Sunday School i Party; recitation, Emrys Jones; solo, Elsie Davies; recitation, G. Jones; solo, Beatrice ( Parry: recitation, Emlyn Davies recitation, T. Richards; solo, Frank Glanville; solo, D. I Richards; recitation, Idris PaTry; recitation, M. A. Williams: recita-tion, Morfydd Parry; I recitation, Haydn Broad; recitation, May ( Williams; duet, Misses Lillian Laura Hughe.s. t Evening: Psalm, Miss Maggie J. Thomas; solo, Miss Maggie Geen; solo, Miss L. Hughes; solo, Mr. W. J. Williams; recitation, Miss L. Hughes; solo, Miss Maggie A. Davies; solo, Mr. Dd. Evans; duett, Misses M. Geen and E A. C. Broad; solo, F. Granville; recitation, ] J. T. Davies; solo, Mr. J. R. Owen (Merthyr I Vale); solo, Mr. Hy. Griffiths; solo and quar- tette, Mr. J. R. Owen and friends; solo, Miss II Sarah Jones (Abercanaid); recitation, Mr. ] Henry Griffiths; solo, Miss A. C. Broad; solo, Mr. Daniel Jones; chorus, The Bethania r Party. Have you anything to Sell? Advertise in our Want Columnsi and it is as food 8 as sold. —— f] 'Ii

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