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BRIDGEND.

OGMORE VALLEY.

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OGMORE VALLEY. TYXEWYDD BUILDING- SOCIETY.—On Tuesday evening in last week the above club had their first ballot, which resulted as followsLot 1 fell to Mr. Edward Jones, Lot 2 to Mr. J. Bennett, Lot 3 to Mr, William Davies, Lot 4 to Mr. James Ham, Lot 5 to Mrs. Jenkins, Lots 6 and 7 to Mr. R. G. Pugh, Lot 8 to Mr. John Rees, Lot 9 to Mr. Daniel Thomas, Lot 1D to Mr. John Bowen, and Lot 11 to Mr. D. S. Rees. During the year £640 have been received and £613 7s. lid. expended, leaving a balance in hand of £26 12s. Id. OBITUARY.—We regret to have to record the death of Mrs. S. Jones, the wife of Mr. Thomas Jones, until recently of Tynewydd, which took place on Tuesday night, the 8th inst.. at Maesteg, where she had been living for a few weeks. Mrs. Jones was a very faith- ful memoer at Bethlehem Baptist Chapel, and a pro- minent member of the choir there. Her unexpected death at the early age of 28 3"oars, leaving behind her a husband and two little children, is a sore trial to her relatives, and has cast a gloom over the church and a large circle of friends. Her remains were buried at idaesteg Cemetery last Saturday, when the Rev. J. Jones (Penrhiwceiber), her former minister, officiated. The funeral was a very large one. A large number from Ogmore^Vailey attended the funerai to pay the last tribute of respect to the departed.

ST. BRIDE'S MAJOR.

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BRIDGEND COUNTY-COURT.

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