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CONSERVATISM AT CADOXTON.

Around Penarth & Cogan.

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LOOKING AFTER THE HEALTH OF…

THE LOCAL BOARDS' FINANCES.

PENARTH LOCAL BOARD.

OBIGflNAL POETRY.

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OBIGflNAL POETRY. FONTYGARRY BAY. 'Twas on the evening of a day I took a stroll along this bay, Where pleasure oft is found The birds had then begun their song, Which cheer'd me as I walked along. While lambs were dancing round. Here harmony and pleasure meet, While violets with their perfume sweet Along the hedges grow With daisies on the meadow fair, And lerns, the noted maiden hair, Adorn the cliff below. This cliff has faced for ages past The beating waves and bitter blast Still firm by nature's hand, And from its bold and lofty height To every one it is a sight, Magnificently grand. For all who come in summer time From busy town or distant clime, Here for awhile to stay, Do all admire the splendid view, The cliff, the rocks, and pebbles too Along this rippling bay. For here they come for spree and health, Some working men, some men of wealth, To spend their holiday Amid these varied scenes so grand, The rolling waves and placid sand Within this lovely bay. And when the day begins to close, The time when all should seek repose, They homeward wend their way Renewed in strength, refreshed in mind, But loath to leave this spot behind, This charming, lovely bay. J. B.

IlA VE YOU EVER BEEN TO BARRY…

A WORD AS TO THE BEA UTIES…

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PORTHKERRY PARK,

"VOICES FROM AFAR."

ALLEGED REVOLTING AFFAIR AT…

BARRY RAILWAY BILL IN THE…

--LOCAL PIGEON FLYING,

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PENARTM POLICE COURT.

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