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SCHOOL TEACHERS IN 'CONFERENCE.

OPENING LPOF THE NEW CEMETERY…

!GLAMORGANSHIRE PLOUGHING…

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| THE BARRY AND DISTRICT j…

! IMPORTANT TO BUILDERS. !■

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CARDIFF BOARD OF GUARDIANS.

THE TRAIN SERVICE TO PORTHCAWL.

ISEAMEN'S ADVANCE NOTES.

EAST GLAMORGAN CONGREGATIONAL…

j AT PONTYPRIDD.

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j AT PONTYPRIDD. IMPORTANT QUESTION" FOR THE R.ATE. PAYERS. At the annual meeting of the Pontypridd Lecal Board held on Friday. Mr. D. Leyshon was nnani- mouply re-elected chairman, for the ensuing- year. A deputation waited upon the Board askin"- them to take steps for eliciting the feeling of the rate- payers with regard to the proposed incorporation of the town, but it was resolved to adjourn the question for a fortnight. It was reported that there was at present a g-reat scarcity of water in the town. Mr. Rees, the surveyor, reported that over nine miles of the subsidiary sewer had t)een eom- pleted out of the nineteen miles which have to be done. A vote of condolence with the relatives of the victims at the Great Western Pit was carried unanimously. ACTION FOR BREACH OF COXTRACT. At Pontypridd County-court (before Judge Williams) Messrs. Tucker Bros., of Abergavenny, sued Messrs. Norman Bros., of Trealaw. of £59 damages for breach of contract in respect of the delivery of flour. Mr. Plews (instructed by Mr. Jacobs) appeared for the plaintiffs, and Mr. C J Jaoksoa (instructed by Mr. J. H. Jones) repre- sented the defendants. Several witnessess on each aide wer.t called, and ultimately his Honour gave judgment for the plaintiffs for HI 13s. with costs. NO STRIKE. A conference of representatives of employers and workmen engaged in the building trade was held on Saturday evening at the New Inn Hotel. Pontypridd, to consider the notices served by i employers demanding a reduction in Wales of Id. per hour on and after the 1st of May next. After a consultation a compromise was effected by j splitting the difference between the parties, so that from the date mentioned the wages will be reduced from 9d. to 83d. per hour. ° ANOTHER MYSTERY. The body of an infant was on FÚday evening found floating in Lock Dynea of the Glamorgan- shire Canal at Treforest by John AIarb. the lock- keeper. The body. which has bean examined bv Dr. Hunter, is that of a nawly-born mala child. with a piece of old flannel tied around it with a sord. The skull is cracked and much bruised. and the arms also are injured. It is conjectured that the body has been in the water for nine days. Two or three weeks ago a six-months-old child. which has not yet been identified, was found drowned in the river Taif at Treforest under similar circumstances.

|BRIDG END NOTES.

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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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