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J Merthyr Express" Diary.

Sunday, MARCH 27.

Notice to Subscribers.I






CEFN COED. WANTED A CORRESPONDENT IN CEFN for the Merthyr Express." Apply by letter addressed to Editor, Merthyr Express," Merthyr. Am-GUN COMPETITION.—In the shooting competition, at Aberdare, last Saturday, Mr. J. Thomas, sculptor, Cefn, carried off the cup by scoring the possible points, making seven bulls with seven shots. He also was successful in winning the cup at the Drill Hall, Merthyr, the week before. TABOR CHAPEL.—Excellent lantern slides were shown at this place last Wednesday night, among them being slides of Robinson Crusoc, and also some very nice slides (which were obtained free from the London and North Western Railway Co.) these including lovely views of North Wales and nice views of London. "JOHN PENRY."—At the meeting of the Ebenezer Young People's Debating Society, last Friday night, Mr. R. G. Price delivered an excellent address on John Penry." Mr. Price gave a very detailed account of the Welsh martyr's life, his advice being the same as his old master. A vote of thanks was proposed by Mr. Morgan Morgan, and seconded by Mr. Mathew Owen. LATE REV. J. HATHREN DAVIES.—In addition to the wreaths mentioned in our report of funeral of the late Rev. J. Hathren Davies floral tributes were sent by the head teachers and staff of the Cefn' Schools, Vaynor Philhar- monic Society and Members of Cefn Library. A bunch of flowers was also given by Mrs. Margaret Jones, 103, High-street, Cefn. Mr. and Mrs. Griffiths should have read Mr. and Mrs. Powell (registrar). The bereaved family, having received over 80 letters of sympathy from all parte of the country, and to reply to all of them being absolutely impossible, Mrs. Davies, therefore, desires through the Express" to convey her gratitude and her deepest thanks to all who sent Bowers, wreaths, letters of sym- pathy, and telegrams regretting inability to attend.—Amongst those present at the funeral whom we omitted to mention was Parish Coun- t cillor John Thomas, Cefn.

Glynneath Men on Strike

Chief Whip and Merthyr Liberals.


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