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YSTRADFODWG BURIAL BOARD.

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YSTRADFODWG BURIAL BOARD. The ordinary meeting of this Board was held on Thursday, the,6th, at the Porth Hotel, Porth. The itu thw purataae of land from tbq Marquess, 0+ Butto, on the Lledarddu Farm, for cemetery purposes, was agreed to, the price beibg £100 per acre. Also a piece of land belouging to the i'ynewydri Farm had been sold to the Board fcy Mr Griffith Llewelyn Baglan Hall, for X20 in adfli- tion to all tfie legal expense. It was agreed to de- vote, without delay, portions of the cemetery for burial purposes. The Clerk snggeated that the Board should apply to the Bishop for his licence to have a portion of the cemetery consecrated. Until that was done no clergyman would officiate in the cemetery. Eventually the further consideration of the question was deferred until the next meeting. »â M II

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AGBARIAN OFFENCES IN IRELAND.

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