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CARDIFF.

n NEWPORT.

*'YAN8EA.

BRIDGEND.

CAERPHILLY.

CARMARTHEN.

CHEPSTOW.

GO WEB. HOAD.

HAVERFORDWEST.

LI J AN ELL Y.

LLANSADWLIN.

MAESTEG.

MEUTHYR.

MERTHYTVALE.

MOUNTAIN ASH.

NEATH.

PENARTH.

TREDEGAR.

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TREDEGAR. LOCAL HOARD.—An extraordinary meeting of the above board was held on Monday evening, Mr. W. Davies (chairman) presiding. The meeting was convened to consider the tenders for earth- work and masonry required in the construction of a. gas-holder, tank, &c., at the gasworks. The fol- lowing were the tenders:—Mr. Edward Morgan, Tredegar, £57112; 6d.; Mr. D. Morgan, Tredegar, £ 574 12, 6J.; Mr. Tom. b King, Taly wain, JE733 lis. 8sd.; Mr. John Preece, Hereford, JE820 14s. 9d.; Messrs. H. Hilton and Co., Newport, JE876 4s. 7d.; Messrs. R. and J. Dempster, Manchester, f900 17s. lid. It was decided, after a brief discussion to accept the tender of Mr. Edward Morgan, Trede- gar.

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