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NEWPORT.

PENGAM.

PONTYPRIDD.

TREORKI.

PORTH.

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PORTH. EXAMINATION AND TEA PARTy,-On Tuesday evening, the night scholars 33 in number, attending the British School, were examined by Messrs. Williams, Rees, and Morris, school managers, and we are glad to state that the progress made by these scholars since their last exam- ination was in the highest use of the term satisfactory. This is as a matter of course a great pleasure and a satisfaction to the promoters of the school; and reflects great credit on the master, Mr. Oke. When the exam- ination was over, the scholars and others connected with the school were regaled with tea and cake, after which several songs and recitations were given, and at intervals the temperance drum and fife band, under the instruction of Mr. Oke, played some pretty airs.

CAERPHILLY.

WENVOE.

CADOXTON-JUXTA-BARRY.

TWYNGWYN.

LLANTRISSANT.

COWB RIDGE.

BRIDGEND.

PEMBROKE-DOCK.

SWANSEA.

TREDEGAR.I

CARDIFF POLICE INTELLIGENCE.

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MERTHYR.

ABERDARE.

TREHERBERT.

ST. FAG AN'S.

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