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Death of Alderman Morgan Thomas. Abersenny.

Death of Alderman Morgan Thomas. Abersenny.

Up deeply regret to record the death. which took place last Thursday ruorning after • prolonged Illness, ot Mr MOrgllll nlO- Abersenny. _ . The deceased gentleman, who was aidely known 11011 highly esteemed throughout the euunty, was in his hat year. He was the second son of the
11 June 1908 - Radnor Express - Brecon, Brecknockshire, Wales
 
BWLCHEIARN AU.

BWLCHEIARN AU.

Obituarc.- regret i‘e record the death of Benjaniin Williams, an old and respected inhabitant. Deceased. who was 78 years of age, had been choirmaster at Bwlchsarnan Chapel for over 50 years. Mast. PLYMOU TM (MERTHYR) r. HOLM WELLS. Played at Pentrebarb. Scorn &lath Wells. R. J.
11 June 1908 - Radnor Express - Brecon, Brecknockshire, Wales
 
CRICKET. CHRIST COLLEGE v. DR. K MORGAN'S XI. WELSH INTERNATIONAL FOOTBALL PLAYER'S SUCCM;S.

CRICKET. CHRIST COLLEGE v. DR. K MORGAN'S XI. WELSH INTERNATIONAL FOOTBALL PLAYER'S SUCCM;S.

This match was played at Brecon on the 3rd inst. The wicket was difficult after the heavy rain of the two previous days, followed by a hot sun. The scratch team contained three or four excellent cricketers, but its was almost entirely due to the efforte of its captain, who was a
11 June 1908 - Radnor Express - Brecon, Brecknockshire, Wales
 
AN IMPORTANT MEMORANDUM.

AN IMPORTANT MEMORANDUM.

MEDIC L EXAMINATION OF bCIIOOI. ChILDRAA. A i . ' - tan old interesting immortal. •auk on question et the iusyrc• on of eft in potato elementary oder seat eu 1 ot tee taut-stem :sure Pr. hali, bar bt;on wooed y rho ot Education. D.cril.. ALlti purpose of toe .ct, Use .—e itiorau
5 December 1907 - Radnor Express - Brecon, Brecknockshire, Wales
 
Fue•<- 1 of Mr. Morgan Morgan.

Fue•<- 1 of Mr. Morgan Morgan.

Fue•<- 1 Mr. Morgan Morgan. We regret to announce'the death of Mr M. Moigen, Pontwillim, Brecon one nbe was well known and high respected. Deceased had enjoyed spien id health throughout his life, until recently. He attended during his illness by Drs Rees and Thomas, but the end
5 December 1907 - Radnor Express - Brecon, Brecknockshire, Wales
 

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--*— Mrs. Basyorix's Mission.

--*— Mrs. Basyorix's Mission.

--*— Mrs. Basyorix's A report of the hrst few days work with a highly successful mission, coon:toted by Mrs bayerts, the converted iiewoes. and held under the auspices of toe 11recon Free Church Council, appeared in our last week's issue. 1 lie meetings were continued up to i ...
5 December 1907 - Radnor Express - Brecon, Brecknockshire, Wales
 
SZNNYBItIDGE.

SZNNYBItIDGE.

Fortnightly Concert.—The third of this of winter concerts took on Saturday evening in the Reading Room, Sonnybridge. Mr nye, schoolmaster, of Cray, preeided. Songs were sung, and recitation delivered by Mrs Hitchcock, Plena Price, _Rey Brown, L. M. Jones, ML. Davies, Hitchcock,
5 December 1907 - Radnor Express - Brecon, Brecknockshire, Wales
 
TALCARTH PETTY SESSIONS.

TALCARTH PETTY SESSIONS.

More the Hun. R. C. Derereux (in the chair), Dr Hubert Williams, Joaepla Mills, Dm., and T. Junes, DN. Compliment, Before proceeding with the Chairman wished all in court OP compliment* of the season. _ . . . Irregular Attentlaruv. School Attendance Allen G. Phillips, of Bronlly
9 January 1908 - Radnor Express - Brecon, Brecknockshire, Wales
 
Was and Usk as Salmon Rivers.

Was and Usk as Salmon Rivers.

In Chapter in. of his paper on " The Poor Man's Fishing. - published in "The Field.' Mr Frank Wemyss says: —The two finest rivers in England. rise in Wales. Of these the Severn is practically useless to the salmon fisherman who uses a rod. Many tons of salmon are taken in tho Se
9 January 1908 - Radnor Express - Brecon, Brecknockshire, Wales
 
GLADIESTRY.

GLADIESTRY.

Tea and Concert.—Christmas Day annual Ws and coecert at 'i.e Baptist Church was a pleasing success. The tables were laid in the chapel for tea, at which nearly JOU sat down. The wants of the visitors were attended to by Mesdames James and Marston. Misses Jones (Lodge), Griffiths
9 January 1908 - Radnor Express - Brecon, Brecknockshire, Wales