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SCHOOL TEACHERS IN 'CONFERENCE.

OPENING LPOF THE NEW CEMETERY…

!GLAMORGANSHIRE PLOUGHING…

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| THE BARRY AND DISTRICT j…

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CARDIFF BOARD OF GUARDIANS.

THE TRAIN SERVICE TO PORTHCAWL.

ISEAMEN'S ADVANCE NOTES.

EAST GLAMORGAN CONGREGATIONAL…

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EAST GLAMORGAN CONGRE- GATIONAL ASSOCIATION. QUARTERLY MEETING AT POHTH. The quarterly meeting of the Congregationalists of East Glamorgan has been held at Porth. under the presidency of the Rev. J. Roberts, Nantymoel. There was a large attendancc.-The Rev. W. I. Morris was appointed to represent the conference on the English Congregational Total Abstinence Society and the Rev. J. Davies (Taihirion) on the Missionary Society.—A vote of sympathy was passed with the relatives of the victims at the Great Western Colliery disaster, and urging upon the Churches in the division to make collections in aid of the funds.—Resolutions were passed in favour of the Liquor Traffic (Local Control) Bill, the Welsh Local Veto Bill, and the Suspensory Bill. A resolution was also adopted vigorously protesting against the alleged unscrupulous method of clergymen and others in obtaining signatures for petitions against the Suspensory Bill.— fhe Rev. J. Davies (Taihirion) mo red a a resolution rejoicing in the increased interest taken in the teaching of Welsh in day school?.—A letter of transfer was granted to the Rev. T Cynonfardd Edwards, D.D.. who is about to embark for America. <

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| PESTARTH POLICE COURT.

IPROPOSE D RUL W A V |EXTENSION.

GLAMORGANSHIRE AGRICULTURAL…

THE SHIPPING CRISIS.

SERIOUS ACCIDENT AT COGAN.

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