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|HE OPEN COUNCIL,

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CARDIFF BANKRUPTCIES.

^EGS~USE OF THE KNIFE (AT…

PERILS o-F-piATELA VERS.

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Welsh Industries.

NELLIE FARREN.

IN THE DIVORCE COURT. /

THE EARNINGS OF LADY MUSIC…

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Glamorganshire.-

PEMBROKESHIRE.

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MONMOUTHSHIRE.

CARMARTHENSHIRE.

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CARMARTHENSHIRE. The statutory meeting of this Council took place at the Shire Hall, Carmarthen, on Wednes- day, when Mr W. N. Jones, of Tirydail, in taking the chair for the last time, tendered his thanks for the support he had received from his colleagues. He proposed the election of Professor D. E. Jones, the retiring vice-chairman, as chair- man for the ensuing year. Mr Joseph Joseph seconded the proposal, which was unanimously adopted. A vote of thanks to the retiring chair- man having been passed, the election of the retiring nine aldermen took place, with the fol- lowing result:—Mr J. S. Tregoning, 43 votes; Mr John Lewis, Meiros Hall, 42; Mr Jones, Darlwyn, 42; Mr Stephens, Coedybrain, 41 Rev. W. Thomas, Whitland, 38; Mr David Evans, Llangennech, 38; Rev. W. Davies, Llandilo, 38; Mr J. Williams, Llanginning, 35; and General James Hill-jahnes,G.C.B., V.C., Dolaucothy, 35.

. MUSIC AND DANCING.

CONTROL OF COAL OUTPUT.

DEATH OF FATHER BAILEY.

iTOO LATE FOR THE TRAIN. !

CHILDREN'S HOUR, AND ORDER…

-----POSTAL SERVANTS.

-----ITHE PRUDENTIAL SOCIETY.

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GRUESOME DISCOVERY AT CARDIFF.…

THEFT FROM A PONTYPRIDE, PUBLIC-HOUSE.

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