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Mountain Ash Easter Eisteddfod.

I Mountain Ash Education Committee.

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PENRHIWCEIBER. TEACHERS' ASSOCIATION.—A very interesting lecture was delivered by Miss Phillips, of Cardiff, vice-president of the N.F.A.T., to the members of this association on Friday evening last, on the Advisability of joining the National Federation of Assistant Teachers." It was unanimously decided to join the Federa- tion. LIBERAL MEETING.—A meeting of the Pen- rhiwceiber Branch of the Merthyr Liberal Federation was held on Monday evening, Mr. Benbow presiding. The advisability of amalgamating the ward and the Young Liberals' League was discussed. No solution was arrived at, but a committee of six were chosen to go into the matter and report. The old ward committee was re-elected, provisionally, pending report of the committee. It was also decided to consult Mr. Edgar Jones, M.P., with respect to a public meeting.—Councillor E. Morris, who was visiting London, was chosen to approach Mr. Jones, and to bring report to next meeting. GILCHRIST LECTURES.—A meeting of the inhabitants of Penrhiwceiber was held in the Public Hall, on Thursday evening last, Mr. Wm. Geen presiding. Correspondence was read with intimated that their application for the lectures had been successful. Councillor Thomas Jones said lie was pleased to see such an excellent meeting. All sections and branches of activity were represented. He thought that such an assembly augured well for the success of the lectures.—Rev. W. R. Jones said he thought the secretary, Mr. Rhys Morgan., deserved commendation for the way he had set to work. —Rev. D. Jones suggested that Lord Aberdare, Mr. Keir Hardie, and others who had used their influence to make the application successful, should be informed of the success of the applica- tion, and thanked for their ready help.—A resolution embodying the suggestion was passed. A small executive committee was chosen to carry out the work of organisation.

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Pontypool Whitsuntide Fetes.

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I' I ,Vaynor Parish Council.

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