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DETERMINED LYDNEY LOVER.

GLAMORGAN SCHOLARSHIPS.

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Given to Entertaining. .

PORTHCAWL ENCAMPMENTS;

PUBLIC LANDOWNERSHIP.

"GASPED—AND DIED."

FARM FIRE NEAR ROSS.

MURDER CHARGE AT 77.

IS HE INSANEP

BLAENAVON OVERMAN AND UTTlE…

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" J'Y SUIS, J'Y RESTE." -…

KNOOKED DOWN BY CYCLIST.

SAVED THE GUNS.

CARDIFF QUARTER SESSIONS.

"TOSSED INTO GRAVEYARDS."

MR TRUEMAN KICKED.

MEDICAL HARDSHIP ILLUSTRATED…

PENMARK FARMER SUED.

MOUNTAIN ASH SCHOOL ATTENDANCE.

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AN ISLE OF MAN ARREST.

YNYSYBOETH BAPTIST CHAPEL.…

CHINAMAN AT BARRY. --

TACKS AND NAILS.

!MR FRANGCON DAVIES ON THE…

POULTRY SfclOW AT TREDEGAR.…

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POULTRY SfclOW AT TREDEGAR. The first annual show of the Tredegar and District Fur and Feather Association was held at the Market Hall on Monday, and proved a great success, the entries numbering upwards of 400. Mr J. N. Harrison judged the poultry i and cage birds, and Mr Augustine De Winton the pigeons, &c. The pigeons were a good collection the special prize for the best bird in the show was won by Mr T. R. Evans, Aberdare, with a rare black magpie, a well-known winner in South Wales shows. An excellent selection of tumblers was exhibited, and the show homers and fantails were of a high standard. In the tumbler class Mr T. R. Evans's well-known white was on top, while in fantails Mr W. F. D. Morgan, Tredegar, showed a grand team, and carried off the prizes, including the special for the best bird shown by a, member. The working homers were an exceptionaliy strong class, Messrs J. Probert aurl Son winning first prize for birds having flown 400 miles. The first prize in the variety class was carried off by Mr T. R. Evans, Aberdare, for his well known blue pcuter. The poultry was a wry nice collec- tion, the Minorcas and game being an attractive lAt. The best bird exhibited by a member was a. fine black Hamburg shown by Mr T. R. Evans. Mr Daniel Thomas, Gelligaer, took first prize in the game class Mr Williams, Nelson, first in the Orpington class Mr A. W. Rees in the Plymouth rock and Wyandotte section Mr E. Locker, Giiwern, secured chief honours for Minorcas while Mr R Duckham scored first and second in the Leghorn class. I ii the variety section Mr D. Morgan, Black- wood, and Mr W. J. Edwards, Abertillery, took premier honours while Mr D. Davies, Aber- tillery, and Mr A. W. Rees, Abercarn, took first for cockerel and pullet, and in the selling class. In the bantam section firsts were awarded Messrs B. Lewis, Mountain Ash, R. Symons, Merthyr, and R. Smith, Crumlin. Thesp^cial prize for the best rabbit in the show was won by Messrs Docton Bros., Merthyr, with an English tortoise the winner in the other class being Mr Evan Davies, Rhymuey. The cage birds were a. very good lot, consider- ing they were out of feather. In the Yorkshire class Messrs Davies and Jones, Dowlais, carried off chief houosrs with a very good bird, while in the foreign class Mr J. H. Jones, Mer- thyr, won first and second with Gouldian finches of ecxeptional quality. Some of the birds in the Yorkshire class were good enough to compete in very good company.

NEATH TELEPHONE EXCHANGE.

CARDIFF ELECTIVE AUDITORS.j

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INFLUENCE OF WOMAN.

CARDIGAN TOWN COUNCIL.

! LATE JUDGEGWILYM WILLIAMS…

"TA Y PAY'S" PREDICTION,

FUNERAL OF DR. R. S. STEWART,…

Cardiff Corporation. .

FINED A WEEK'S WAGf-" -----hand

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