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ABERDARE VALLEY NOTES.

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MARRIED LADIES.

ABERDARE.

Aberdare District Council…

Aberdare Valley Baptists.

Aberdare Chamber of Trade.

HEALTH AND STRENGTH.

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--Present Political Problems.

ABERDARE POLICE COURT.

Aberdare Bachelors' Club,

CWMAMAN.

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CWMAMAN. AMUSEMENT.—For' the first three days of the week, Mr. Tom Owen. the famous Welch comedian, appeared with a splendid cornpauj of artistes at the Public Hall. PRIZE WINNER.—Mr. T. Bowen, 22, Burns- street, Cwmaman, was the. winner, of £41135. 4d. for giving 1,0 correct forecasts of football matches played on March 26th. The com- petition was promoted by "Football Chat. SEION.—On Sunday the pulpit of this chapol was occupied by the Rev. D, H. Rees, New Tredogar, who preached eloquent sermons to largo congregations. BENEFIT CONCERT.—On Friday evening Haggar's Bioscope Co. gave a benefit perfor- mance at the Public Hall, in aid of the Cwm- aman Silver Band. At the close a hearty vote of thanks was accorded Mr. Haggar. SoCIAL AND DAHCE.—On Tuesday evening, at tho Lesser Hall, a social and dance were held, under the auspices of the Girls' Friendly Union, connected with St. Joseph's Church. A large number attended, and an enjoyable evening was spent. The ladies presiding, at the refreshment tables were :—MrS. MacGiUivray, Mrs. Williams and Mrs. Hooper. The M.C.'s for the danee were Messrs. George Bird and W. Paniers. whilst Miss S. A. Larimore acted as accompanist. The secretarial duties were carried out by Miss Dorothy Williams. COMPETITIVE CONCERT.—On Saturday even- ing a competitive concert was held at the Public Hall, Mrs. John Lloyd. Brynhyfryd, presiding, and the adjudicators were :—Music, Mr. Philip Rees, Abercwmboi; literature, Mr. David Davies (Eurfab), Aberaman; accompanist, Mr. Austin H. John. Awards.:—Open solo (own selection), Mr. Morgan James Edwards, Mountain Ash, "Lend me your aid"; male solo (own selection), Mr. Gwilym Evans, Big Ben"; open reoitation, Mr- Wm. John Harris, AberanAn, Araeth Llewelyn female solo, Miss Morfydd Lloyd, 0, Rest in the Lord recitation for children under 16, 1st divided between Misses Marjory Williams and Alice Maud James (Aberaman), 2nd Miss Sarah Ann Davies (Maerdy); solo for children under 16, 1st Master Llew Jones (Eos Aman), Sleep, baby, sleep," 2nd Miss Sarah Jones (Burns- street), King's Business"; best story. Mr. David Richards, Aberdare. The proceeds were in aid of Mr. John Matthews, Aman-street, who has been unable to follow his employment for a long period. John Jones acted as secretary.

ABERCWMBOI.

Deafness Cured.¡

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CWMDARE.

Nine Hours Under a Fall,

TRECYNON.

GODREAMAN.

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CWMBACH.

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