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BRIDGEND POLICE COURT.

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I DOGGED MAN FROM BRYNMENYN.

CAERAU BUILDER'S MORTAR DEVICES.

PONTYCYMMER. I

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IGARW GLEANINGS

IOGMORE VALIAN'S FINE RECORD.

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) OGMORE VALE.

BLAENGARW. I

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BLAENGARW. I Lecture.—On Tuesday of last week an instruc- tive lecture was delivered to a large audience by Rev. D. C. Davies, Trinity, Blaengarw, entitled "Reconstruction." The chairman was Mr. T. E. Lewis, J.P., of Blaengarw. At the close the usual vote of thanks was passed. Bethania Baptist Church. The Young People's Mutual Improvement Society meeting on Thursday night last week was well attended. The chairman was Mr. David Meredith. A con- cert was held, when solos were sung by Miss Winifred Thomas, Mr. Emrys Davies, Miss Edith M. Thomas, Miss Annie J. Davies; quart- ette, Mr. John Francis and friends; quartette, Mr. W. Eynon and friends; recitations, Messrs. W. John, Idwal Jones, Daniel Meredith. Mrs. J. Griffiths was the accompanist. Concert.—At the miscellaneous concert held at the Workmen's Hall, Blaengarw, excellent renderings were given by the following artistes: Soprano, Miss E. M. Lewis, Tonypandy; tenor, Mr. Todd Jones, Treherbert; bass, Mr. Joe James, Blaengarw; elocutionist, Miss Francis, Llaethferch; accompanist, Miss Bishop, A.L.C.; assisted by the Orpheus Glee Society (conductor, Mr. G. H. Sparkes, A.T.C.L.) The proceeds were in aid of the Society, who, after defraying expenses, will hand over the surplus to the Cardiff Infirmary. The secretarial duties were carried out by Mr. Alf. Davies. The chair- man was Rev. D. C. Davies, Blaengarw.

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CAERAU.

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