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BRIDG EXD.

BLACKMILL.

OGMORE VALLEY.

MAESTEG.

LLANTWIT MAJOR.

PORTHCAWL.

BRITON FERRY.

BRIDGEND LOCAL BOARD.

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BRIDGEND LOCAL BOARD. The fortnightly meeting of this Board was held on Tuesday, when there were present—Messrs. L. Wallington (chairman), M. Davies, W. M. Richards, W. Powell, W. Francis, and E. Price. FINANCE COMMITTEE. Mr. Richards read the report of this committee, showing an overdraft at the bank of Y-81 16s. 2d.; amount paid into bank by collector, Y,46 18s. lOd.; ditto by public weigher, £ 3 8s. 3d.—On the motion of Mr. Richards the report was adopted, and the cheques signed for the several amounts. PAVING AND LIGHTING COMMITTEE. Mr. McGaul read the report of this committee. -They recommended that a plan of a new street by Mr. W. R. Randall be passed, and also that the lamps on the Quarella-road be lit eight months in the year instead of six.—On the motion of Mr. McGaul the report was adopted. SURVEYOR'S REPORT. The Surveyor reported that the necessary notices had been served on the owners of houses which were unfit for habitation. Plans were on the table for a new road purposed to be constructed at Cae Pen Dre. The obstruction at Coity fields still existed. He also applied for seven days' leave of absence. APPROACH TO UNION. The Chairman stated that the committee waited on Mr. Randall as directed, and Mr. Randall in- formed them that Lord Dunraven would not repair any part of the road to the Union.On the motion of Mr. Richards the Clerk was instructed to write the Guardians asking them to join the Local Board in fencing the side of the river, and that each authority pay half the expense. PROPOSED CEMETERY. A letter was read from Mr. Lambert, the engineer, inclosing plans of the cemetery.—It was resolved that the plans be approved, and that Mr. Lambert be asked to put his specification as low as possible. CLEARING OF CESSPOOLS. Mr. Davies gave notice of motion that at their next meeting he would move that the resolution of the Board as to clearing of cesspools be re- scinded. THE SUPPLY OF GAS. A letter was read from the secretary to the Gas and Water Company giving notice to rescind the contract between the Company and the Board on the 31st day of March, 1832.—This was the princi- pal business. )

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PONTYPRIDD.

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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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COWBRIDGE.

NEATH.

NANTYMOEL NEvVS AND NOTES.

TONYPANDY.