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MW DISTRICT NEWS.

NOTES FROM OGMORE VALLEY.

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BAIiRY DOCK POLICE COURT.…

PONTYPRIDD DISTRICT¡ NEWS..…

BARRY DOCK WEEKLY TIDE TABLE.

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NEW BURIAL BOARD FOR PONTYPRIDD.

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NEW BURIAL BOARD FOR PONTYPRIDD. The last meeting of the Glyntaff Burial Board, which became defunct on Wednesday, was held on Tuesday evening at the M.,sonic Hall, under the presidency of Jir. R. Rulers.—The Clerk (Mr. James SpMv :'Lt) reported that the Act for extending the liurial ooard would come into force on the f ,:k>« rig day, after which the Board would cease to cL the Glyntaff Board, and be known as the Pontypridd Burial Board. The new district added to the Burial Board area would include Hopkinstown, Pwllgwaun, Cil- fynydd, Trehafod, and the remaining portions of the outside district which would shortly be com- prised within the new urban sanitary area. The new Board would include 14 members instead of nine, and the new districts had already elected their representatives. They were-Messrs. Edward Davibs and P. Gowan, for Trehafod and Hopkins- town Mr. Griffiths, miner, for Pwllgwaun and Messrs. Evan Evans, butcher, and David Jenkins, insurance agent, for Cilfynydd. The old members would remain in office as the representa- tives of the old district.—On the motion of Mr. Wm. Jones, seconded by Mr. James Roberts, it was resolved that no special contributions be asked from the new districts towards the liabilities of the old Board.—A hearty vote of thanks was passed to Mr. R. Rogers, the retiring chairman.

COTTAGE HOSPITAL.

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THE GRAND OLD MAN.

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