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CADOXTON POLICE COURT.

POXTYPRIDD.

TYLORSTOWN.

EFFAIL ISAF.

TREHERBERT.

YSTRAD.

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BRIDGEKD POLICE-COURT.

A BRIDGEND MAN MISSING FROM…

LLANDYFODWfl SCHOOL BOARD.

NANTYMOEL InEVVS AND N UTES.

PEXTRE.

PORTH.

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PORTH. HOLSE COAL ASSOCIATION.—A meeting of the Rhondda House Coal Miners' Association was held at the Washington Hotel, Porth, on Monday evening last, Mr. William Aston in the chair.—It was unanimously resolved thst the_Mynachty miners should be advised to reject the offer of the masters to introduce the system of screen boxes as the proposals for allowing the bottom coal to remain, and filling the top only. With reference to the Black Grove Colliery dispute, it was decided to refer the question to the workmen and the miners' agent for consideration, and should they fail to agree with the masters, the men would bo advised to tender their notices to terminate contracts. PROPOSED GRAND EISTEDDFOD—On Tuesday evening last a meeting was held at the Temperance Hotel, Porth. Mr. Thomas Richards, manager of the Coedcae Colliery, in the chair, for the purpose of making arrangements for the holding of a grand ei: teddfod at Porth some time next summer, the proceeds of which would be devoted to the funds for the pro- posed Cottage Hospital at Porth. There was a large attendance, an 1 after some discussion it was decided to hold the eisteddfod on the 8th of June, and that the first prize in the chief choral competition should be 100 guineas. Another meeting will soon be held to appoint a committee and officials.

MOUNTAIN ASH.

RHYDFELEX.

TOXYPAXDY.

PENYGRAIG.

PERSONAL PARS. FROM PONTYPRIDD.

PONTYPRIDD ADJOURNED BREWSTER…

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