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ABERDARE. IS YOU HAVB DEFECTIVE EYESIGHT, consult the most experienced Eyesight Testing Expert in Mer- thyr Mr. HENRY M. LLOYD, Ophthalmic Optician and Chemist. Merthyr (opposite Market doors). SOCIAL.—On Thursday evening, a social was held at Salem Chapel, under the auspieca of of the Mehefin Tent of the I.O.R.. BILLIARDS.—At the Liberal Club on Monday evening, a billiard match took place between Mr. D. Rees, Cardiff, and Mr. Claude Faulkener, Mountain Ash, for 800 up. Rees received a Btart of 250, and won by the score of 800 to 645. The chief break was one of 97 by Faulk- ener. B.W.T.A.—On Wednesday evening, a public meeting was held in the Green-street Wesleyan Chapel, under the auspices of the British Women's Temperance Association, which was presided over by Mrs. W. Lloyd, the president of the Association. An address on Patriot- ism was delivered by Mrs. Agnes Slack, who described her visits to different parts of the British Empire. CYMRODORION Socirry.-The Committee of this Society met on Tuesday evening, the Rev. J. R. Dewi Williams in the chair, in order to discuss the general policy of the Society and the work for the forthcoming year. It was resolved to write the Education Committe asking them to grant scholarships for the Welsh Summer School to teachers. It was also decided to consult the Aberdare Branch of the N.U.T. with reference to arranging a united demonstration of children on St. David's Day. It was resolved to write Mr. P. D. Thomas, the Secretary of the Evening Schools Committee, urging that Committee to arrange a series of classes in Welsh in various centres in connection with the Evening Schools and Evening Construction Classes. The Pom- -oittee then decided to join the teachers' rain hies during the summer to Uety Tumor and Ponteynon Gwraynys-y-Mountain and the Finger Post; 6!a?tell Nos and Cam Eiddyll, and the Sources of tii," Dar and Lluestai Llwydion. -It was also arranged to have a couple of outings on Thursday afternoons. These will be to Aberper- irwue and Cwrngwrach, and to Llanwono and Mynachty. The programme for the forthcoming winter was also drafted, subject to a final revision after the gentlemen a&ked to read papers, &c., bave been communicated. with.


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