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BRIDGEND.

OGMORE VALLEY.

ST. BRIDE'S MAJOR.

PORTHCAWL.

BRIDGEND COUNTY-COURT.

OGMORE AND GARW LOCAL BOARD.

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PLASTERERS' MEETING AT CADOXTON.

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TONDU AND ABERKEXFIG.

COWBRIDGE.

BARRY DOCK.

CADOXTON.

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SOUTHERNDOWN. A SINGULIS OVERSIGHT.—A herd of cattle be- longing to a butcher a.t Maesteg, depasturing in a field at the above place, was found about a fortnight agp to be one short of the number put into the field. A bull was missing. A search was made at once for the miss- iag animal throughout the neighbourhood, but not the slightest clue could be got of the lost animal. On the eve of giving up all further search, a labourer return- ing home was asked if he had seen a stray bull on the farm he was employed on. He replied, No. After detailing the search already made, the labourer en- sured if the wooden shed in the field had been looked into. The man in search said No, he believed not. The labourer pressed him to return at once and do so. Acting on the labourer's suggestion, he returned there and then, on opening the door of the shed, discovered the poor animal in a wretched condition, having been confined in that place for nearly a fortnight without food of any kind. STORM.—During the storm on Sunday last an American carvel-built boat, 21 feet long, was washed ashore in Dunraven Bay.

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