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ABERGAVENNY.

BTAENAYON.

BRIDGEND.

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BRIDGEND. BRIDGEND AND DISTRICT LICENSED VICTUALLERS' ASSOCIATION.—A meeting of the members of the above association was held at the Red Lion Hotel, Bridgend, on Friday week, for the pur- pose of considering what steps should be fcaken in opposing the various Bills about to be introduced into Parliament at. the forth- coming session, which Bills, if passed, will have a very injurious effect upon the trade of the licensed victualler. The secretary. Mr. Coath, read an explanatory and exhaustive paper showing the present position of affairs, and the steps best to take during the ensuing session of Parliament. Messrs. E. J, Thomas and E. J. Smith (who attended as a deputation from Cardiff) then addressed the meeting, setting forth the in- cntion., of the opponents of the trade and +v!o intended to be taken by the -National Defence league to pre- •\ ent. obnoxious measures becoming law. Resolutions were passed pledging the meeting to use all legitimate means in their power to frustrate any further s interference with their tnldc, nd to render every assistance to the executive council of tha Defence League. Mr. J^enes, of Bridgend, was appointed a delegate to attend the general conference of the trade, to bo held in Chester on the 15th and 16th inst. BOARD OF GUARDIANS.—An ordinary meeting of this board was held on Saturday, when Mr. J. C. Nicholl presided. A letter from the Local Govern- ment Board requesting the guardians to call upon Mr. William Leyshon to resign the offices which he at present holds in the Maesteg district was read. It was resolved to hold an inquiry- on Thursday next into the conduct of the medical officers in charging vaccination fees in cases where children have been vaccinated by private practitioners. SCHOOL BOARD.—An ordinary meeting of this board was held on Tuesday, when Mr. R. P. Price presided. The Clerk read the inspector's report of the last examination, and stated that the grant amounted to £236 12s. Seventeen tenders were received for the enlargement of the school, but as two were not. properly endorsed, and had been opened, only fifteen were considered. The tender of Mr. M'Gaul for £1,921 was accepted.

BRITON FERRY.

CAERPHILLY.

COWBRIDGE.

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TREFOREST.

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CARDIFF.

LLANDAFF.

PENARTH.

NEWPORT.

SWANSEA.

MERTHYR.

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ABERGAVENNY".

LLANELLY.

PONTYPRIDD.

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NEWPORT BOARD OF GUARDIANS.

MERTIIYR BURIAL BOARD.

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