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MOUNTAIN ASH.

:Mountain Ash District Council.

Mountain Ash Water Bill.

! Mountain Ash Annual Eisteddfod.…

PENRHIWCEIBER.

Penrikyber Navigation Colliery…

ABERCYNON.

Aberdare, Education Society.

CWMAMAN.

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CWMAMAN. Am RUTLE TEAM.—On Thursday evening last the nir-rifle piatch, between tho Rhondda Royals (head of the Rhondda the Rhondda Royals (head of the Rhondda League) and Cwmaman Institute (head of the I Aberdare League) was shot. Mr. W. Smith, Cardiff, was the referee. The Rhonddaites 1 proved victorious by 17 points, the respective totals being 384 and 367. The scorers for, Cwmaman were tlie f ollowing H. Edwards 28, J. ThLas 31, J- Williams 31, C. Morley 33, A. 0. Hughes 31, T. Isaacs 30, O. Owen 23, A. Wilson 32 J. Williams 30, E. Saunders 31, j James Ray 31, and H. Penny 31, total 367. f BiMiiARDS.—On Tuesday evening a billiard match was played at the Institute, between teams representing Abercynon and Cwmaman. Scores:— CWMAMAN. ABEEGYKOU. I Jno. Reco 200 Jones 168 Dan-Isaac 200 T. Hughes 120 Dr. R.F Thomas 200 E. M. Daviea 191 R. D. Jones, 200 W. Wyndham 91 Wm. Edwards 200 w. G. Powell. 10S W.Richards. 200 T. Griffiths 109 E.Thoe Jones. 187 J. Edwards 200 Tom Owen 179 T. G. Davies. 200 Total..1566 Total 1182 CONCERTS.- On Monday and Tuesday even- ings concerts giveu at the Public Hall, by the children of tho Cwmaman Girls' and Infants' School. The chairman on Monday I was the Rev. Thomas Humphreys, and on Tuesday Councillor Owen Powell. The pro- gramme included choruses and action songs by the various classes. The accompanists were Misses E. W. Evans and Anne Mary Phillips, i COMPETITIVE CONCERT.—On Saturday evening a competitive concert was held at the Public Hall. The chair was occupied by Mr. T. L. Davies, and the adjudicators were:—Music, Mr. Dan Jones, Aberdare; literature, Mr. G. T. Jones (Madog Fychan), Brecon. Awards:— Open solo, Mr. Llew Jones, Aberdare; male solo, divided betweon Messrs. Roger Williams 4nd Gwilylp Evans, Godreaman; female solo, divided between Misses Maud Evans and Nellie Jones; children's solo, divided between Miss Maggie Llewellyn and Master Llew Jones, the chairman also awarding a consolation prize to I Master Emlyn Davies; duet, Messrs. Roger Williams and Gwilym Evans; open recitation, divided between Miss B. A. Jones (Newbridge) and Mr. David Lloyd (Dewi Llwyd), Cwmaman j children's recitation, 1st Miss Maggie LleweIIvic, 2nd Miss Madge Williams; comical story, 1st! Mr. D. R. Evans (Aberdare), 2nd Mr: David; Lloyd (Dewi Llwyd); impromptu speach, 1si Mr. D. R. Evans (Aberdare), 2nd Mr. Henry Harris (Aberaman). The proceeds were in aid; of Mr. William Daviea, who has been ill for a considerable time. The secretarial duries were i I performed by Mr. Thomas Richards. Mr. A. H. John was tho accompanist* I: l .?,it: ;>j

Dog Show at Cwmaman.1

CWMBACH.

.—— Fatal Accident at Cwmbach.-,

' ABER £ WMB0B.

GODREAMAN. 1

! "The Splendours of Welsh…

ABERAMAN.

TROEDYRHIW. :

MERTHYR VALE.'I

Merthvr Vale Man takes Rat…

Alleged Theft at Quakers'…

NELSON.j

FOCHRIW.

DOWLAIS. j

THE COAL CRISIS.

Merthyr's New Skating Rjnkl

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