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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.

RHONDDA VALLEY.

YNYSYBWL.

PORTH.

YSTRAD.

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YSTRAD. ANNIVERSARY SERVICES were on Saturday, Srn- c ay, and Monday last held in connection with ihe Jerusalem Welsh Calvinistic Methodist Church, Ton, Ystrad, when the pulpit was occupied by the Revs. Dr. H. Jones, Liverpool; John Hughes, Carneddau and Grffith Owen, Wrexham. The chapel during each and all of the meetings was well filled, the preaching being most powerful, and the collections reaching a goodly sum. FREE EDUCATION. — Since the adoption of the Free Education Act by the Ystrad School Board the number of parents proceeded against for refusing to aend their children to school has been on the increase. On Monday last no fewer tha i 120 such c-ges were heard before the magistrates, and fines of 51. inflicted m UIU0311 uiacs. jliic iiucs aLuuiuibcu in uue to £25. Owing to the very large number of these cases it is impossible for the press to take notice of them, consequently the fathers of the chil- dren are in ignorance of the fact that they are fined, the money being paid in most cases by the mothers. However, much credit is due to the officers of the Board for their vigilance. "DAFYDD EVANS, FFYNONHENRY."—On Wednes- day evening last a lecture on the above lecture was delivered by the Rev. B. Thomas, Narberth (Myfyr Emlyn), to a large audience at Siloam Chapel, Gelli, Ystrad. The chair was occupied by Mr. Jacob Ray, and the audience seemed delighted with the excel1 ent manner in which Mr. Thomas described one who may be well called the oddest member of the Welsh pulpit.

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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