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TREHARRIS. DoN'T FORGET to enter for thE; Aberdare Dog, Poultry, and Cage Birds Show and Am- bulance Competitions on Easter Monday and ruesday. Good classification. Ten Cups. Specialist Judges. Further particulars, apply r. J. DAVIES, Hon. Sec. GUARDIANS ELECTION.—At a general meeting it Treharris colliery workmen, held at Central Schools, Mr. Thomas Andrews was nominated :or re-election as a Labour candidate at the :or re-election as a Labour candidate at the brfchcoming election. SCHOLASTIC SUCCESS.—Miss Gwen Mary N-ffliams, daughter of Mr. William Williams, rhomas-street, and one of the teaching staff )f the Webster-street schools, has received lumerous congratulations on her success in the ent certificate examination. TBUAJTT SCHOOL.—At the last monthly meet- ng the tender of Mr. Price, builder, Treharris, I was accepted, for a new swimming bath, the jontract price being the lowest of the three received, namely, E361 15s. The Committee I' xeld a special meeting to consider the letter •eceived from the Chief Constable of Glamorgan Mr. Lionel Lindsay), as to whether joint irrangements could be made for the school to I je used as a place of detention for children, under ;he Children's Act.-—Mr. Dauncey, solicitor, a ate member of the Cppimittee, attended, and explained the provisions of the trust deed^r- [t was decided to take no fcptherj&ction in -the patter. r c d PUBLIC P-Anx.-At the meeting of the P&rk^ md Cemeteries Committee, held at the Town lall, Merthyr, on Friday last, a letter was eceived from the agents to Colonel Lockwood's state, stating that they had considered the etter received re the sale of eight acres of land A shown on plan, for a public park for Treharris. rhey were prepared to sell to the Council the, rhole of the land marked on a plan which accompanied the letter, amounting to 13 acres, or a sum of E2,500, the Council to carry out ,he whole of the terms submitted to them in 1908, when the purchase of the land was under :onsideration. A committee was appointed to sonsider the offer and report to the Parks and Cemeteries Committee. ORIENTAL DRAMA--two successful perfor- nances of Gillington's oriental drama (in full iharacter), of Amos, the Cripple were given it the Public Hall, on Thursday and Saturday lights, by the Berthllwyd United Choir, under he conductorship of Mr. Tom Williams (Llew 3erth). The accompanists were.Professor T. D. Mwards, Treharris, and Mr. Idwal Shankland pupil of Professor Edwards). The principal iharacters were sustained by the following :— dr. Tom Williams (Llew Berth), Miss May Price Senghenydd), Miss Lizzie King (Pontllanfraith), diss A. M. Williams (Berthllwyd), Mx. J. D. Sees (A.T.S.C.), Mr. Willie Lewis, Mr. Griffith Griffiths, Mr. William Jones and Madam Powell Nelson), Mr. Wm. Owen, Mr. Benjamin George Berthllwyd), and Miss Jane Evans (Quaker's ifard). Mr. Wm. Owen acted as stage manager. ['here were crowded attendances.

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