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CWMAMAN. NRBSRUO FUND.—The sum of t41 lis. 3d. was secured towards the District Nursing Fund, as a result of the recent performance of Rhys Lewis" (by Qymdeithas Daniel Owen. Aber- dare). RIFLE SHOOTING.—The defeat of the Cwm. aman Team by the Talbot Club, was fully avenged on Monday evening last, when the teams again met in a league contest, at the Cwmaman range. Curiously enough, the home- sters scored exactly the same number as their opponents did in the previous contest, viz., 364, while the Talbotites' score on this occasion was but 339. PHOTOGRAPHY.—0nv.Wednesday "evening week the Amateur Photographic Society met at the Public Institute. The syllabus and preliminary arrangements for next season were discussed and the operations of. the society are to be conducted on a far more elaborate basis. The following officers have been appointed for the ensuing season:—President, Mr. S. S. Thomas; vice- presidents, Messrs. James Williams, Wm. Llewellyn and Wm. Thomas; lantemist, Mr. James Ray, who witi be assisted by Mr. W. Webb; treasurer, Mr. Picton George; and secretary, Mr. Austin John. CHAMBER OF TRADE.—The monthly meeting was held on Thursday evening, at the Institute. Mr. C. Arthur Parr presided over a good atten- dance. Mr. J. H. Job, the secretary, read-a reply from the Great Western Railway Company stating that the delivery of passenger parcels could not be undertaken to Cwmaman at present. Disappointment was expressed at this reply. A pleasant function then took place, in the form of a presentation to Mr. J. Chamberlain for services rendered to the Chamber. The gift was a silver matchbox. Mr. J. H. Job handed it over, and referred to the recipients' activities on behalf of the Chamber. Complimentary speeches were also delivered by Messrs. George Parr, Isaac J. Evans, and W. J. McGilvray. Mr. Chamberlain responded: and thanked them haertfly for their gift.

. Cwmbach Minister's Marriage.

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