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BRIDG EXD. BOARD OF GUARDIANS.âThe weekly meeting of this Board was held at the Union Workhouse on Sa- 'es turday, when there present-Rev. F. W. Edrnondes (chairman), Rev. H. Lewis, n. Thomas (Pyle), W. Jones, M. Jenkins, Edward Lewis, Robert Thomas (Landow), John Thomas (Cowbridge), Evan Williams, Thomas Rees, John Thomas (Coychurch Higher), John Rees, Richard Thomas, Yr. Howell" (Wick), Richard Williams, W. Howell (Pencoed), Thomas Jenkins. There was no business of public import- ance. RURAL SANITARY AUTHORITY.âAt the monthly meeting of this Board was held at the Union Work- house on Saturday, there were presentâRev. F. W. Edmondes (chairman), Rev. H. Lewis, and Colonel Wariow. With regard to the medical officer's report, Colonel Wariow said he should like if some improve- ments could be made in the manner in which the reports of the medical officer were sent in. The usual course was to send in reports quarterly, but he thought that in bad cases the reports should be sent in imme- diately. In the last report there were three or four bad cases which occurred in April and were not re- ported until May. He thought that in very bad cases the medical officer should report at the time.âThe Chairman said the difficulty would be met by the medical officer reporting the worst cases at the time they occurred.-Dr. Randel! stated that that was their object in attending the meetings of the authority, to report cases of urgent impoatance.âThis was all the business. "WALES DAY BY DAY,"âIn this interesting column of the Western Mail appears one of those blunders of the Printer's Devil, quoted from one of the Bridgend papers. It was contained in a police- court report, and read as follows :â" Police-sergeant Smith gave evidence, and was fined 10s.. including costs." We pity the Printer's Devil for a few weeks. PICNIC.âAs a result of the energy of several young ladies belonging to the choir of the Tabernacle "inde- pendent Chapel a picnic was organised and held on Wednesday in last week at Southerndown. After being conveyed thither in brakes and enjoying the usual gambol on the beach, the party enjoyed a splen- did tea, with cold collation, at the Dunraven Arms. Subsequently an entertainment was held, at which songs, recitations, and glees were rendered in splendid style. A capital evening's enjoyment was afforded. NO MORE GRAY HAIR OR BALD HEADS.âSee the People's Fireside Journal, this week. All news- agents, Id.; post free, 2d., from 59, Newman-street, London, W.

BLACKMILL.

OGMORE VALLEY.

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LLANTWIT MAJOR.

PORTHCAWL.

BRITON FERRY.

BRIDGEND LOCAL BOARD.

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CAERPHILLY !

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TYLORSTOWN.

LLWYNPIA.

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PORTH.

RHOXDDA VALLEY.

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TAKEN FOR A GAMBLER.

PONTYPRIDD PETTY ISESSIONS.

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BRYNCETHIN.

COWBRIDGE.

NEATH.

NANTYMOEL NEvVS AND NOTES.

TONYPANDY.