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WHO'S WHO IN THE PROBABLE LIST. I [ndic?tions of the activities of the Advisory Committee, appointed by the Lord Chancellor for the recommendation of new justices of the  peace for the borough of Merthyr, are becoming dail, apparent in spit? of the mystery in which daily apparent in t; j ? (, I ection Co ?iiiinit i ee ai -o ob the members of the Selection Committee are ob- viously endeavouring to cloak their delibera- tions. T-he 1, Pioneer," however, is authorita- tively informed that their list of possible J.P.'s runs into sixteen names, and amongst them may be found the following Mr. Howell R. Jones, general manager of the Dow la is Works, with a probability, in the event of his non-aoeptance of the honour, of his brother, Mr. T. Faenor Jones, Dow- his. or another brother, Dr. W. W. Jones, Merthyr. Mr. Thomas Thomas, ex-miner, Penyweru. Mr. John Lloyd, retired schoolmaster, Penv- da,rrc-n.. Alderman William Lewis, draper, Treharris. Mr. V. A. Wills, chemist, Mertliyr. Mr. H. Seymour Berry, Merthyr. Mr. T. Nibloe, draper, Merthyr. Mr. John Evans, groc-er, Merthyr. Dr. Edwards, medical practitioner, Merthyr Vale. Mr. Andrew Wilson, miner, Treharris. Mr. David Jones, miner, Merthyr Vale. Mr. T. J. Evans, miner, Merthyr. "Alderman R. P. Hees, chemist, Dowlais. At tlii-, conclusion of a discussion at the Pen- sions Committee 0:1 the absence of men with Merthyr connection from the recent Honours lists, the appointment of .T.P.' for the borough w? WlldlCd upon amI extreme regret was ex- pressed lhat Mr. H. M. Lloyd (chairman of the -commiup{'), had not rpcf?d an invitation throH?h the Lord Chancellor to allow his name to go on vellum.

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