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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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COWBRIDGE.

BARRY DOCK.

CADOXTON.

LLAXCARFAX.

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LLANTWIT-MAJOR. CONSERVATIVE MEETING.—The annual meeting of the above association was held at the Reading-room on Friday, the 11th inst. There were about 20 mem- bers preseet. Mr. T. T. Jenkins (president) occupied the chair. Mr. Jenkins was re-elected president, Mr. J. Deer hon„#sec., Mr. Digby Nicholl was elected treasurer. Mr. B. Nicholl vice-president, and the fol- lowing gentlemen on the local Executive Messrs. Dunstan, D. Thomas, and R. John for Llantwit and Messrs. J. Williams, Lanmacs W. Richard, St. Donatt's; W. Jenkins, Llanmihangel; Mr Jones, schoolmaster, St. Athan's J. Spencer, Gilstone and Mr. D. Spencer, jun., for Flemingstone.—The Secre- tary informed the meeting that Sir Morgan Morgan would address the electors at an early date. STORM.—We experienced a severe storm of wind and rain on Sunday last. No serious damage was done in the district. The Colhugh Brook was much swoollen, and on Monday a valuable mare, the property of Mr. David Hopkins, Swan Inn, was drowned near the beach. Mr. Hopkins, having had the mare to the shelter shed, went a short distance on the beach to fetch some timber, when the mare, drawing back over the embankment, fell with the shafts over her neck and was drowneù