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LISVANE. I

J- MOUNTAIN ASH.'

PONTYPRIDD.

BRECON SCHOOL BOARD.

CARDIFF TEMPERANCE AND PROHIBITION…

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IWALES IN 1882.

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FAILURE OF MR W. R. SMITH,…

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AGRICULT URAL REVIEW, r

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,. CARDIFF.

PENARTH.

--WHITCHURCH.

COWBRIDGE.

MONMOUTH.

FOREST OF DEAN.

COLEFORD.

WESTBURY-ON-SEVERN. !

BRIDGEND.

CARMARTHEN.

HAVERFORDWEST.

PEMBROKE DOCK.

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MAESTEG.

CRICKHOWELL.

MERTHYR.

APERDAEE.I

CWMPARK (tHONDDA VALLEY).

(WMBACH.

-------A WELSH CENTENARIAN.

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A WELSH CENTENARIAN. a An esteemed correspondent writes There j lives at a farm called Bwlch, about, two miles s | from Llanbister, Radnorshire, an old man named I lhomas Meredith, who has reached his 105th ] J,e"aHe was born at St. Harmon, Radnor, about the. latter end of November, 1777. lie is J a tailor by trade, but he kept a farm and worked at his trade forliti,-iziy years, and did weii. IlLs mental powers are quite unimpaired. His h^-ar- ing and .sight are good, consiuerilig his age. He t has lost the sight of one eye through accident, but 1 can see to read Prepaid Tariff" in y<ur panc" without glasses. Ho talks with great delight J about the battle of \Yafci'lon^ winch, -■.ti■' he, "commenced 011 Sunday. Wclliug'u and I Blucher made a havoc of the Fronds." Old > acquaintances speak of him as having been a re- marKabIe, stiong, and active man when in his prime. No one couid equal him in running, jumping, and kicking football. He is said to j have jumped across a road over the two hedge No horse could keep up with him when following the hounds. Heis very sharp now, and. able to walk about by the help of two clubs. He uover an>' s'ckjiess, l«'t corn Mams of sleeplessness. When asked if he would ljke to see another Christmas, he replied Xo, I want to go home and I hope the Lord will can me soon."

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