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CLYDACH NOTES I

I8NLLWYN. I

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I 8NLLWYN. I Considerable excitement prevailed in the place last Saturday on the occa- sion of starting the big iatw engme that has been put down at the Onllwyn Odliery. The ceremony of formally turning on stoam was performed by Mr. E. Evans-Bovpn, the proprietor of the oqlliery, in the place of his son, who is at Cambridge University. There was a large number of officials pre- sent, including Messrs. B. Howell, M.E., J. Davies (undermanager), Mr. Brown (clerk of works), and Mr. B. Hardy, who was in charge of the erec- tion. Mr. Oswald Jones has been ap- pointed to take charge of the engine, which it is stated is the biggest in the valley. Friends were warm in their wel- come of Ptes. Evan Owen, Garrison Artillery; Teddy Jackson, and I?emnel /Stepheua. back from the front in France, where they have served for about two and a half years. The local S. and S. Committee were regretfully compelled to forego the usual Christmas gifts to local beys with the forces on account of the local circumstances being, so poor. Mr Tom Davies, Front-row, has been confined to his bed for several weeks I hy a serious illness. His father is with the army in Saloirica. A billiard tournament was held at the Dyffryn Billiard Room last week, and the result of a keen contest was: 1st prize, Wm. Jones (assistant lamp- man) 2nd, D. Morgan; 3rd, W. N. Jones.

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