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FATAL QUARREL AT MAESTEG.

I ASSAULTS UPON YOUNG !LADIES…

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BRIDGEND PETTY SESSIONS.

"ATTACK" ON A SCHOOLMISTRESS.

THE BRIDGEND SEWAGE¡ SCHEME.I

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1-BRIDGEND NOTES.

WELSH DISESTABLISHMENT.

THE SEASON AT PORTHCAWL.

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THE SEASON AT PORTH- CAWL. A correspondent writes :—The season at this popular watering-place has only one fault, it is too short; but this summer, thanks to fine weather, golfing, yachting, steamship trips, &c., added to its other attractions, has been, and is now, being greatly enjoyed. Several families f com Newport, Cardiff, Xrjnmouth, Pontypridd, and other centres, having besti making long stays, and visits to the various interesting attractions in the vicinity are daily organised. The author of the now well- known history of Porfchcawl and neighbourhood. "Porthcawl as a Health Resort" (Dr. Hunter), has received a kind letter of thanks from Princess Victoria. Mary of Teck, who speaks of her charm- ing visit two years ago. It will not be out of place to repeat what we stated in these columns a few weeks ;iigo, that the second edition of Dr. Munter's book is handsomely bound, full of inter- esting readieg. and can be added to the library or placed on the drawing-room taole as an interesting IWaveuir of a happy and enjoyable seaside sojourn.

PUBLIC BAPTISM AT ABERCARN.

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