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BRIDG EXD.

BLACKMILL.

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BLACKMILL. FAILURE OF A MILLER-At the Cardiff Official Receiver's office, on Tuesday morningâbefore the deputy official receiver (Mr. Orr)âMr. Lewis Ed- wards, miller, of Black Mill, near Bridgend, presented himself for his first examination. The receiving order was made upon the creditor's petition, the act of bankruptcy being failure to comply with the bank- ruptcy notice for £87 18s. 6d. Mr. A. Ingledew re- presented the petitioning creditors. The debtor had not filed his statement of airairs, and was not in a position to make any offer to hia creditors. A resolution was therefore passed leaving the matter in the hands of the Official Receiver. On a rough calculation the debtor stated that his liabilities were about £230, of which X22 10s. was for rent, and his assets were set down at £11 7s., including furniture to the amount of £ 2 the remainder being book debts. He stated that he commenced business at Black Mill 14 years ago with a capital of £ 20, but for the last four years his business had been falling off, which he mainly at- tributed to illness.

OGMORE VALLEY.

MAESTEG.

LLANTWIT MAJOR.

PORTHCAWL.

BRITON FERRY.

BRIDGEND LOCAL BOARD.

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PONTYPRIDD.

PENTRE. I

YSTRAD.

TREDEGAR.

CAERPHILLY !

TREFOREST.

PENYGRAIG. i

TREORKY.

DIX AS.

TYLORSTOWN.

LLWYNPIA.

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PORTH.

RHOXDDA VALLEY.

YNYSYBWL.

TAKEN FOR A GAMBLER.

PONTYPRIDD PETTY ISESSIONS.

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BRYNCETHIN.

COWBRIDGE.

NEATH.

NANTYMOEL NEvVS AND NOTES.

TONYPANDY.