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BRIDGEND.

NANTYMOEL.

TYNtWYDD.

NEATH.

COWBRIDGE.

OGMORE VALLEY.

CROESFAEN (LLANTRISSANT).

ALLEGED ASSAULT AT CADOXTON.

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PONTYPRIDD.

TREHERBERT.

TREORKY.

LLWYNYPIA.

MOUNTAIN ASH.

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MOUNTAIN ASH. OBITUARY.—This week we have the sad duty 1.. perform of recording the death of Mrs. Little, the wife of Mr. W. Little, Cwmpennar (a member of the Local Board, which took place on Friday morning last. Mrs. Little had been in a weak state of health for some time past, but no one thought her death was so near, and mucn sympathy is felt with the family in their sudden bereavement. LOCAL BOARD.—The ordinary fortnightly meeting of the Mountain Ash Local Boa~d was held on Monday last, Mr. Alderman Jones In the chair.—A vote of con- dolence was unanimously passed with Mr. W. Little in his bereavement.—A letter from Mr. W. Swalne, Dyffryn, was read, intimating that the inhabitants of the town were raising a public fund in order to have a town clock, and asking whether, should the movement be successful, the Board would provide a suitable place for the same.—The Board consented to do so.—With- reference to the proposed motion to join the Ponty- pridd main sewer, the Clerk was instructed to commu- nicate with the Pontypridd and Ystrad Joint Boards, asking their terms for taking away the sewage of the district in the Aberdare Vailey.—The medical officer reported that since the last meeting 24 new cases of scarlet fever had been notined, and two fresh cases of enteric fever.

RHONDDA VALLEY.

YNYSYBWL.

PORTH.

YSTRAD.

MARDY.

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PONTYPRIDD POLICE-COUHT.

YSTRAD POLIQE COURT.

OGMORE ANGLING ASSOCIATION.

FORTHCOMING VISIT OF THE REV.…

CHURCH BAZAAR AT BARRY.

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