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IAberdare and ,Electric Lighting.

Orchestral Concert at Aberdare.


. Aberdare League of Young…

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. Aberdare Bankruptcy Court.



HIRWAIN. A DECIDED SCCCKSS. — As a result of the recent performance of Rhys Lewis," by the Hirwain Dramatic Society, in aid of Mr. Evan Davies, Cynon-terrace, a nefct balance of nearly £28 was realised at and banded over to Mr. Davies. OBITDART.—On Friday morning last, the death occurred of Mrs. Mary Roach, Wind-street, at the age of 82 years. Deceased was an old inhabitant of the place, and had been in failing health for upwards of five years. Her remains were interred at Aberdare Cemetery on Monday afternoon last, the Rev. Father O'Reilly performing the buria rites. G.W.R. TKMPERANCK UNION.—The monthly meeting was held at the General Waiting Room on Sunday afternoon, and was very well attended. A song was given by Miss Mosely, recitation by Mr. D. Williams, and a recitation by Miss Davies. Messrs. W. Coleman and E. Jones (sec- retary) gave a report of the G.W.R. conference held at Cardiff on April 10th last, and following this a recitation was given by the Rev. T. G. Lee, Aberaman. Mr. Jones presided at the organ. LECTURE.—A lantern lecture was given at Taber- nacle Chapel on Thursday evening last in aid of Mr. Rees Jones, Manchester-place, who has been ailing for a long time. The lecturer was Mr. G. W. Hall, London (Mr. Pritchard Morgan's agent in the recent election campaign), and the chair was occupied by Mr. Thomas Jones, Bronwydd, while the lantern was manipulated by the Rev. R. Derfel Roberts. The subject of the lecture was My experiencee and impressions of the Far East." VISIT OK MISS MAGGIE BKVAN.—Hirwain was un Sunday and Monday, visited by Miss Maggie Sevan, Caerphilly, better known as the girl preacher." On Sunday afternoon Nebo (Cong.) Chapel was crowded to the door, several failing to get admission. Miss Be van held the audience spell-bound with her remarkable address upon Christ's first miracle. On Sunday evening she visited Mount Pleasant Eng. Cong. Chapel, which was also crowded, and she discoursed upon the words Take up thy bed and walk in a masterly fashion. On Monday evening Ramoth Baptist Chapel was filled long before the appointed time ot her arrival, and by 7.30 the building was packed, dozens failing to get admission. Miss Bevan was accompanied by Master Stanley Thomas, the famous boy preacher, who opened the meeting by reading a portion of the Scripturers, following in prayer. Miss Bevan than sang, in Welsh, one of Sankey's hymns "Oh to be nothing." She then gave an excellent address upon the words I am the way."






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Wedding at Pontypridd.

Aberaman Horse and Agricultural…

The New Cornish Curative Spa.



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