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Retiring Chairman.

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Retiring Chairman. Mr. Bowles moved a hearty vote of thanks to Mr. Hall, the retiring chair- man, for the splendid services he had rendered during the past year. No oil had filled the chair with greater ability and dignity than Mr. Hall. The claims on his time had been many. on his tirne had been many. Mr. Thomas Jones seconded, adding that he had known Mr. Hall since t! e hitter's childhood, and he could speak in the highest terms of him. Mr. Jones was most pleased that a Pen- s rhiwceiber boy had filled the chair so ablv. Messrs. Rogers, Maddox, Br ice •Tones, W. Lambnrn, W. Davies, G. Neighbour, Millar, Jas. Evan: 1. W Jones and Griffith Evans supported. Mr. Hall responded and thanked the members for their kind words. He did not propose giving a resume of the year's work, but he would point out that they had had a supply of water j from Peiideryn Reservoir. That was soma compensation for the worry that Pendervu had given the members, While he thanked the members for their co-opjiation. he was not urmind- ful of the good work performed and able assistance given by the ottn'nls. He also wished to thank the public, and especially the ladies, for the. continual help they had given in organising var- ious war charities.

) The New Rate.

Cinemas and Censorship.

Medical Officer's Report.

Supply of Water.

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Mountain Ash Tribunal.

OBITUARY.

RHEUMATISM-KIDNEY TROUBLE.

SILOA, ABERDARE.

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Member's Resignation.

Election of Chairman.

Vice.Chairmen. !j

ABERDARE SCHOOL OF COMMERCE.

YR lOiiAiN GYMREIG. !

Nodion.

HOREB, LLWYDCOED.

MUSICAL SUCCESS.

CALFARIA, ABERDARE.

THE "CREATION" AT ABERDARE.

CLYN NEATH MAN'S " GOOD-BYE."

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