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PONTYPRIDD. RURAL SANITARY AUTHORITY.—The ordinary monthly meeting of this authority was held on Wednesday, the Rev. D. W. Williams in the chair. Mr. Richard Morgan, a contractor of the Caer- philly drainage, attended and asked the board to reduce the fine of £?O imposed upon him by the board for having improperly done his work. Pile Chairman said it must not go abroad that, the board allowed their work to be scampered over, even though a contract or might plead that he was not present whe. the work was badlv done. The matter was adjourned for a month, as there was only one guardian for Eglwvsilan parish present, viz., Mr. Moses Cule. The clerk was directed to write to the guardians of Llantwit Vardre com- plaining of their non-attendance at two consecu- tive meetings. The Inspector of Nuisances re- ported that Dr. Price had taken down the privy erected on his land by the board, consequently, the inspector reported, a nuisance existed through the wont of privy accommodation at Dr. Price's houses. Ths board ordered notices to bo served for the abatement, of the nuisance, and it was stated that if those were not complied with pro- ceedings will be commenced de Mf-M. DRINKING PAUAIHN BY MISTAKE.—Considera- ble excitement was created in Mill-street, Pontypridd, on Tuesday evening by the news that a young woman, wife of a collier named Griffiths, had taken half-a-pint of paraffin in mis- 1,ake for tea from a tin jack. Dr. Hopkin was soon in attendance, and the patient was pretty well plied with gum-water, &c., which caused her to vomit freely, and by the following morning she had quite recovered from the effects of the dose of paraffin. THE REV. THOMAS PARRY.—All church-going people in this district will learn with regret that the Rev. Thomas Parry, one of the two curates connected with Glyntaf Ecclesiastical District, is •ibout to leave for Llanbadarn Fawr. The rev. g«,ntlem*n has won many friends in thl district, „nd his departure i" much regretted. IMPROVEMENT AT THE RAILWAY STATION.—Man in the employ of the Taff Vale Railway Company are busilv engaged in digging a cellar on the Pon- typridd railway-platform, over which a refresh- ment room will" be built.

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CARDIFF.

LLANDAFF.

PENARTH.

NEWPORT.

SWANSEA.

MERTHYR.

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LLANELLY.

PONTYPRIDD.

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.CARDIFF BOARD OF GUARDIANS.

NEWPORT BOARD OF GUARDIANS.

MERTIIYR BURIAL BOARD.

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