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PENARTH POLICE COURT.

BMDGEND PETTY SESSIONS.

CQWBRIDGE POLICE COURT.

A)\VBOROUGH POLICE.

YSTRAD POLICE COURT.

NOTES AND NEWS FROM NANTYMOEL,.

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CORRESPONDENCE.

REVIEWS OF PUBLICATIONS.

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CONGL Y CYMRY.

MID-RHONDDA GLEANINGS.

PENCOED NOTES.

NOTES FROM LLANTWTT-MAJOR.

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NOTES FROM LLANTWTT- MAJOR. Through the death of the Rev. Lewis Morgan the living of Eglwysbrewis has become vacant, and speculation is rife as to who will be the lucky recipient of the living. The pay is good, the work not hard—only twenty-one souls counting men, women and children in the parish—and the average attendance 2.50 therefore. is it to be wondered that the children of this world who are to win in their day and generation are striving every nerve to secure such a sinecure. The living is the gift of the popular squire of Penllergare, Sir T. T. D. Llewellyn, and there are only two runners left in the race. Number one is at present rector of an adjoining parish in re- ceipt of a salary of between 400 and 500 pounds. He is also in receipt of :C400 as rector of another parish. But, like the horse leech, he still cries More, more" (filthy lucre we mean, not souls). Number two living is not so good besides, his parish is not so large and, as a consequence, the work not so great; but notwithstanding these re- commendations, a sporting friend offers to bet us a gold watch to a wooden leg on number one. The odds are very tempting, but when our friend re- minded us of the efforts made by number one to secure the return of Sir John, then plain Mr. Llewelyn, as member for South Glamorgan in 1885, we refused the bait. When Sir John was wooing South Glamorgan, he was often asked would he vote for Disestab- lishment, and fenced with the question something as follows—" I would not vote for Disestablish- ment, because you want Disendowment, and I do not see that fair. But I will vote for a great measure of reform in the Church of England." We wonder if a plurality of livings is one of the re- forms which Sir John meant. Actions speaks stronger than words. Electors of Gower, learn, mark and inwardly digest. I

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