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MOUNTAIN ASH. TTOTT can search round the whole world, but can- fcot beat oar prices.-IDRIS EYNON, Miskin Snpply Stores. Socciess.-At the recent examination held in Cardiff with the London College of Music, Miss Elsie Neate, of 6, Woodland-street, was success- ful in passing the advanced senior grade in piano- forte playing. CRICKKT ULOB.—A meeting was held on Tues- day evening at the Harp Inn, Mr. Phil Phelan in the chair. Mr. Hugh Mulvey was elected chair- man in succession to Mr. D. Harris. It was also agreed that a professional be engaged for the club. Mr. Steve Griffiths was elected captain of the 1st XI., and Mr. Dan Price of the 2nd XI. POOLE'S MYRIORAMA. -Never bafore, perhaps, has this well-known company satisfied the wants of music-hall lovers more than on this occasion. The spaeions Workmen's Hall is tested to its utmost capacity with crowded audiences. Some of the turns are remarkably fine, and special praise may be given to the following :—Bros. Rees, unique military jugglers; the Three Ettenas, globe walkers, spade jumpers and trick dancers also A. P. Caeralaw, the famous Welsh antertainer in his original pianistic speciality, u Mrs. Jones, the Landlady." RHOS BAPTIST CHAPKL.—The qnartarly meet- ings took place last Sunday, and were very well attended. Collections were devoted towards the Sunday school fund. The afternoon service was conducted by Mr. John Williams and Mr. Wm. John Williams, deacons Recitations were given by the following Misses Mary L. Davies, Mary Williams, Gwenith White, Catherine Griffiths, Mr. Bert Lamburn and Clifford Lamburn solos by Miss Maggie Williams, Messrs. Ben Davies and D. P. Williams. Miss A. Davies catechised the children in scripture. Several choruses were rendered by the children, who amply repaid their Worthy conductor, Mr. W. J. Williams, for his labour. Prizes of books were presented to the children for collecting towards the missionary Cause. The evening meeting was presided over by Mr. Cornelius Lewis and ír. Isaac Herbert, deacons. Solos were sung by Miss G. Jones, G. M. Williams, Jennie Davies, Maggie Williams, Kabie Pritchard, Eleanor Ellis, Mr. W. Emes, W. B. Davies, and Willie Evans. An interesting dialogue followed, under Mr. S. Jones's tuition, when the following took part :— Miss S. A. Powell, Lily Powell, Maud, Davies, Beatrice Evans, Rose Howells, Eleanor Ellis and Hannah Ellis. Solos were afterwards sung by Miss Daviee, MiasG. Phillips, Messrs. J, Williams, Ben Davies, and D. P. Williams, and a. 4uaitetiiieim rendered by Miss A. Davies, Miss Aubrey, Mr. J. Williams, Ben Davies and Mr. D. P. Williams. The children again rendered choruses. Prof. J. John presided at the organ.

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