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I LOCAL INTELLIGENCE (CONTINUED.) "V'I' Cantata Performance.—A grand perfor- mance of the sac-red cantata, The Blind Maid of Bethany," will be given by the Choir of Market-square Congregational Church, on Good Friday, March 25th, 1910, at Market-square Church. when a rare musical treat is assured. Admission, Is. 6d., Is., and 6d. CONSTABLE Dismissed.—A private mefcting of the Merthyr Watch Committee was held on Tuesday, the Mayor presiding, when the Chief Constable reported that a member of the police force had misconducted himself in conveying prisoners from Merthyr to Swansea gtol.- Upon Mr. V ilson's recommendalion, and after hearing evidence, the officer was dismissed the f or-e. PP.OPERTY Sale.—At the Globe Hotel, Mcr- i thyr, on Thursday night, JI.. Dan. Xiion^is olfeisd.. fov sale by public auction the* icaseh6ld property, die B4aiwg {nn> ns cotta-es at the rear—>7os. u and"7,*vV iitfirlocf- jtreet, Merthyr, now let to monthly tenants at rentals producing £ 16 18s. a > ear. The property is held for a term of 99 years from 1st May, iS'ifj, the apportioned ground rent being, Balance Inn El IC)s., adjoining cottages and yard £ 1 10s. Tho property was sold in one .%)t 10 Mr. Thos. Phillips, Bethel House, George- town, Merthyr, for £ 15-3. Messrs. G. C. James, Charles and Davies, Merl were the solicitors for the vendors. Shiloh, Merthyr 'I Missies Haia.—i through the kindness of Mr. Rolwi-t Hum- phreys, P.rynmawr, a very enjoyable evening "was spent on Thursday of last week. A large eumber of both adults and children came to- 1 gether and all were taken by magic-lantern for a tour through beautiful seencry in North W ale. 'Qie slides shown included such historic and Interesting places as Ruthin, Denbigh, St. Asaph, Rbuddlan, P.hyl and intermediate tillages. The Liwyd river and the lovely landscapes of the vale vreve special features of the lecture, and greatly admired by all present. The views were interspersed with hymns, which were heartilv sung by the congregation. On the motion of the Rev. H. O. Hughe?, seconded; by Mr. Wm. Edwards, Tr. Humphreys was tery heartily thanked for his much-appreciated Bervices. Organ P.cital.—The attention of readers is drawn to an advertisement in another column vnnoimcing all O:>U1 r<v ital, which -Is to te givOi in Zoar Chapel, on Thursday evening next, by a very talcr.tc.l yoi>ng Welsh tn.isi"iaii, Mr. Caradog Roberts, of Rhos, who is a Mtis. Bac. and a F.R.C.O. This is tLe < c^ti^n-an who last year sat for the decree of p:, (or of Music, and although his composition accepted, it seems he cannot loiallv i-se U-ut titl.) until a certain period ot. lime; has efy.sed; be is too young. However, that dis-n^ilification is fast passing away, and h" will soon have the honour- able distinction of f €ing the youngest Doctor j of Music in this country. During the intervals cones will be rendered by Miss Annie Pees, of Dowlais, and Mr. Lewh Jones, of Heolgemg, two rising local -artisie*. who do not require any introduction to a Merthyr audience. A finfe musical treat may le looked Sonvard to on this eveniag. The ? will te devoted towards th,e> fr.nds of the small struggling church 1n the Tai Valley.

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