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BARRY CADOXTON LOCAL BOARD.

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TWO REVIEWS OF THE 44 WELSH…

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KIND WORDS TO THE "STAR."

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KIND WORDS TO THE "STAR." Every paper lives by its reputation. To a yosmg; paper, denounced by its enemies, suspected by lukewarm friends, its progress viewed even by its real friends with the tender apprehension which a father feels for his son just entering manhood, it is interesting and, in our case, encouraging to, hear from impartial bystanders what they think of it. It is now some months since one of the raoet prominent of our Welsh M.P.'s wrote to say that the Staris qditea wonderful affair as anew effort," and a Welsh scholar of European reputation cont gratulated uson its cris.p, sprightly style." It is some weeks(since one of Wales' most promising his- torii.j:s and writers said that "the South Walc-t Stfir is one of the best papers that is issued. Great suc- cess to it, it is a splendid pennyworth." This week, the letters of congratulation that we have received, from all sources and from me-n, of every shade of political and religious opinion, are very many. A leading Welsh Nationalise M.P. writing privately to the editor says, "rami sure the Star is doing good work for Welsh National- ism. I trust it is circulating widely, and prosper- ing commercially." Another well-known Welsh- man-though disagreeing with us- cai many political questions—writes to say thai the Star is rapidly establishing- for itself a reputation in Wales for everythiag that is good and1 true in journalism." We wish to thank these and the other gentlemen veho have been kind; enough to send us their ccagratulations and latest wishes.. We have always endeavoured to be true to the great principles af Liberalism and- Nationalism, while doing eus -atmost to treat our opponents with courtesy and respect. We are glad ihat our effortst which, however-imperfect, have always been honesn and sincere, ara being appreciated "ay our country- men, whose canse we have tried to champion., as/li whose interests we have tried to serve.

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VOLUNTEER INTELLIGENCE,

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BRIDGEND LOCAL BOAUD.

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IMPORTANT WUICE.

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