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: Merthyr Corporation Finances.

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A Single Box of Cuticura Ointment…


... !Merthyr Watch Committee.

,, Caerphilly District Council…







DOWLAIS. J..JEREMIAH, i'!imil,er, Gas FiUor, and House j Lowest pneo j compatible with good workmanship, and materials, i A trial solicited. Also open to negotiate for the sale j or purchase of properly privately. Note t he addrc. GREAT SHOW OF CLOTHING for Summer Wear at W. MORGA DAVIES, 115. JJigh-street, Dowlais. Voutlis'. and Men's Suits, in great variety. An inspection invited. Hats, Caps, etc., in the newes* shapes. .fo!!}; GRF.ESKR, Gwalia Stores, Dowlais. Agent for the "Double Crown" Tea. Noted for Welsh Bacon' and Home-made Bread and Cake. JOHN GREKNER. Gwalia Stores, Dowlais. TUI-FLT'S A BTJDGKT of Virtues, Pertection of Fit, Sound. Hard-wearing Materials, combined with Ele- gance and Exclusive Style in every pair of Boots or Shoes vou purchase at W. R. WILLIAMS' HOOT DJ-POT. High-street (opposite Lipton'S), Merthyr. Sole Agent for "K," "JJr Jaeger's," "Queen," and "Lotus Hoots and Shovs. "JVDAS MACCAB.KUS."—Drill Hall, Merthyr. Thursday 21t, by Park Choral Society. Ccn ductor, Mr. Dan Davie". EQUKSTRIAN.—Exhibiting for the first time his cob, "Trotting Railway Mr. John E. Pric, Antelope Hotel, Cachan-is, scored a double success at the Caerphilly Entire Horse Show and Parade last weak, taking second prizes in the open classes for the best cob under 15 hands, and for the best entire horse in har- ness CRICKET CLUB.—The annual danoe of the Dowiais Cricket Club was held on Thursday evening week at the Dowlais Boys' School, and the function was most enjoyable. The success of the dance was largely due to the efforts 'of the following gentlemen, who acted as M.C.'s: Messrs. T R. Davies, Wattie Williams, and Eddie Powell. Ali the club members, with Mr. Fred. Morgan (hon. sec.), who made the excel- j lent arrangements, were also attentive in the discharge of their duties. A capital programme of music was discoursed by Mr. 11. J. Sims' String Band. ApRIL SHOWERS. — If we do not get the showers, we have had the rains, proving the truth of the old adage—"It never rams but that it pours. not that it is any use com- plaining about rain, as the country needed it, and we all like to see and enjoy the sweetness of May flowers. Messrs. J. S. Davies and Co., the Dowlais drapers, as will be seen in our advertising columns, reign as the good and cheap providers of women's, maids', and chil- dren's clothing; and men, youths, and boys are supplied as well. The ladies have not for- gotten their wonderfully cheap 211 skirt. They have had this week another consignment of that- article of feminine wear.

League of Young Liberals.


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