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NOTICES. AVednesday, the 30th.—To be Let, the Tells of the Turnpike Gates in the County of Glamorgan, at the Castle Inn, Merthyr. Thursday, the 31st.—Annual Meeting of the Aberdare Canal Company, at the Canal-Office. NOTICES TO COltRESPONDENTS. IGGT A IICo-,I)IUNICkTIC)NI, and ADVERTISEMENTS intended for this JO UR iV ATj should be forwarded early in the Week—not later than THUR SDA Y HORNING. OUR READERS AND SUBSCRIBERS.—We should feel obliged to such of our friends and readers as will send us information of matters of local and general interest— meetings and incidents occurring in their respective neighbourhoods. The obligation would be enhanced by the information being authenticated by the name and address of the correspondent. A CONSTANT READER.—It was Sir Frederick Pollock, now Chief Baron of the Court of Exchequer. AV.M.K. — Your lines "on hearing Yr Eos Fach,' sing," have been received, F.G., BRECON.—Your verses are inadmissible. We have more than once stated that, as a general rule, we do not wish to be troubled with the poetical effusions of sentimental young gentlemen, as we can at all times select from the periodicals or publications of the day, verses far superior to the stuff and nonsense which would-be poets spin out by the aid of Walker's Rhyming Dictionary.

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CARDIFF POLICE COURT.—MONDAY.

CAERPHILLY PETTY SESSIONS.

MERTHYR AND NEIGHBOURHOOD.

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MiffllOU'MlSHIRE.

IMMSYIEL

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