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--L PONTYPRIDD. DEATH or A CHII.D.-On Wednesday a child named Blacker, residing with her parents at Ynysyngharad Road, died. The child had sus- tained injuries through being run over by a trap in June last, and it is supposed this was the cause. of her death. MARRIAGE OF AIR. L. EVANS.—A marriage ceremony, which many friends of the bride and bridegroom at Pontypridd will feel interested in reading of, was solemnized on Saturday week at the Tabernacle English Baptist Chapel, Penarth, in the presence of the Registrar. The contracting parties wore Mr Lewis Evans, formerly of the CHKONICLE Office, Pontypridd, but now of Penarth, and Miss C. Kidler (formerly of Pontypridd), daughter of Mrs L.. Iiidler, grocer, Glebe-street, Penarth. The ceremony was performed by the Rev. W. G. Davies, and witnessed by a crowd of friends and well-wishers. The bride was beanti- fully attired. When the happy pair were leaving the chapel a plentiful shower of rice fell on them, and the old Welsh ceremony of "chaining" was carried out in due form by the younger members of the community. The demands of the chainers having been appeased, the bride and bridegroom proceeded to Bristol, en route for their honeymoon. The presents were numerous and costly, several of them being sent by people occupying high positions in Pontypridd. PROFBSSOB DUPREZ AT THE TOWN HALL.-Our readers should not miss the opportunity of wi nessing the marvellous performances of Lhis celebrated French Illusionist and HUMOURST advertiser for this Friday and Saturday. The Professor is announced to beoome a Meaium ■at the close of each entertainment, tbereiore Spiritualists will doubtless have a o a holding fresh Miracles! tickets are no e obtained at Mr Key's, stationer. ANNIVERSARY.— Che anniversary services of the Congregational Church, GelHwasbad Road, were held on Sunday and on Monday eTeJ?,n&' able sermons were delivered by the Rev. J. Wil- liams, M.A., Penarth, and the Rev. J. Morris, Car- diff. There were large congregations. A TALE OF MYSXEr.y.-Arrangements have been made for publishing in the C'hi-onicle, a thrilling tale entitled The Mystery," by tlae talented author of The Woman in Black, "Our Mar/. Mother- less Cousin Geoffrey," The Jilt," &c. GOAT.—Wanted, a Nanny Goat in full milk. Send price, Ac., to "M," Chronicle Office. A good assortment of Jams always in stock at Harris', 75, Taff-street, Pontypridd.

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