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IMAESTEG LOCAL BOARD.

INQUIRY AT GLYN-NEATH.

VALE OF GLAMORGAN .ITEMS.

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VALE OF GLAMORGAN ITEMS. HAY HAEVBST. Hay Harvest has commenced in a few parts of the Vale of Glamorgan. A few fields of trefolium and French grass have been cut during the past fort- night, although not yet secured, owing to the recent wet weather. TELEPHONIC COMMUNICATION. Telephonic communication between Cardiff and Bridgend by way of Cowbridge is being rapidly pushed on, the wires having been already laid as far as the latter town. SUDDEN DEATH AT COLWINBTONE. On Thursday last week a little grandson of Mr Thomas, of Highfield, aged 6 years, died very sud- denly from heart disease followina upon an attack of rheumatic fever contracted a fortnight previously. The deceased was the child of Mr Jones, late of the Ham Farm, Llantwit, now of Delbury, Salop, and Mr Thomas* only daughter, and had eeme upon a short visit to his grandparents. Much sympathy is felt in the neighbourhood for Mr Thomas' family in their sad bereavement. A little brother of the same age died from an exactly similar attack last year. The funeral took place at Delbury. INFLUENZA Has appeared in an epidemic form in many parts of the Cowbridge district during the past fortnight. COWBRIDGE PHILHARMONIC SOCIETY. Owing to the enforced absence of some of the more prominent performers through family bereavement and sickness the summer concert has been postponed until next winter. DEATH OF A SCHOOLMASTER. We regret to announce the death of Mr Evans, the headmaster of the Llansannor and Llanharry National School. Mr Evans contracted a severe cold on Sunday week when attending Llansannor Church âwhere he acted as organist for some years-and influenza and pleuro-pneumonia at once fol- lowed, from which he died on the morning of the 5th. During his residence at Llansannorhe has commanded the greatest respect, and has been most successful as a teacher. He leaves a widow and two children, for whom much sympathy is felt.

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