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--MINERS AND L.R.C. .

MERTHYR CHURCH SCHOOLS.

WELSH NATIONAL COUNCIL.

PASTORAL.

NEATH HEAD CONSTABLE.I

GOOD NEWS FOR STEEL & COAL

SWANSEA HEADMASTER'S GOOD…

SEVERN COMMISSIONERS.

EISTEDDFOD AT TROEDYRHIW.

A Cardiff Tragedy. ..

POLICE BAITING.

SANDY IN HIS CUPS.

ITHEFT OF A WATCH.

A BANANA PEEL SLIP.

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Suicide the Result of .Accident.…

DOCTOR'S QUESTION AT CWM.

VISCOUNT TREDEGAR AND NEWPORT…

CARDIFF-PENARTH TRAMWAY SCHEME.

10 LIVING !N TWO ROOMS.

" SURE TO BE GUILTY."

SWANSEA STATION EXTENSIONS.…

Miners and First Aid. I

WAR ON THEIIRINK.I -

CARNEGli'SMILlioNS.

BRUNSWICK SUCCESSION. ---

THE CHURCH OF DEMOCRACY.

DREADFUL DEATH. -

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- Correcting Errors. .

ACCIDENT NOT PROVED.

RUSH FROM WORKMEN'S TRAIN

BRYNMAWR WATER SUPPLY.I

IDAVID SHEPHERD FRAUDS.

PILFERING AT NEATH SLAUGHTER/HOUSE.

RHONDDA "CLEAN SLATE" POLICY.

POSITION AT DOWLAIS.

SCOTTISH MINERS' WAGES.

THE PONTYPOOL EPIDEMIC.

SOCIALISM AT ABERDARE.

AGED COLLIER AND POLICEMAN!

CHILDREN AND MOTOR CARS.

FALSE PRETENCES.

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--------.. I County Magistrates.…

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County Magistrates. GLAMORGANSHIRE'S NEW LIST. Mr Mansel Franklen, Clerk to the Glamorgan County Couucil, :;as received the following list of gentlemen added to the Commission of Peace for the county Mr J. M Berry, Pembroke House. M, erth-yr. Mr G. A, Evans. Ffrwd House. Mountain Astu Mr S. Thomas. St an well-road. Penarth. Mr W. J. Williams. Park Side, Barry. Mr J. Isaac, Elm-grove, Dinas Powis. Mr T. W. David, Pendovlan House, near Cowbridge. Mr W. J, Lewis, Caederwen, Park-street, Bridgend. Mr W. Evans, estate agent, Tonyrefail. Mr S JenL-ins, timber merchant, Cwmgorse, R.B.Q. Mr W. Daniel, mining engineer, Crynant. near Neath. Mr W. Howell, monumental mason, Brynffy- non, She wen. Mr J. Ray, Bargoed House, Trebarris. Principal E. H. Griffiths, University College. Cardiff. B Biographical Sketches. Mr John Mathias Berry is principal of the firm of J. M. Berry and Son, auctioneers. Mr Berry, who is a native of Pembrokeshire, settled at Merthyr in 1874, and takes a pro. minent part in all matters connected with the welfare of the town. He is an ardent Liberal and an active Nonconformist. Mr Gwiiym A. bvans is clerk to the man- agers of the Gelligaer County School, and was secretary of the National Eisteddfod, Mountain Ash. m 1905. He is the secretary of a number of building societies and clubs, and was for many years a member of the Llanwonno School Board. Mr Wm. Howell, who is a native of Skewen, has been a prominent public man for several years past. He is a robust Liberal, ever ready to work for the cause. Mr Wm. Daniel is a colliery proprietor. For many years he has been a member of Neath Board of Guardians and Neath Rural District Council. He is a Liberal. Mr W. Evans is an estate agent. He is a Liberal in politics. He is a deacon with the Methodists, and is a member of the Llantri- sant and Llantwit Vardre District Council. Mr Jacob Ray is a veteran of the coalfield, and has taken part in many rescue explorations. He is the agent for the Ocean Colliery in the Rhondda and at Treharris. He is a staunch Liberal anJ a Nonconformist. Mr Samuel Jenkins was born at Blaengar- nant Farm. near Gwauncaegnrwen. He is a successful timber merchant and resides at his Cwmgorse Farm. He associates himself closely with every good movement in the dis- trict, 'and is a prominent deacon at Carmel Congregational Chuich, Gwauncaegurwen. In politics be is a staunch Liberal and his eleva- tion to the Bench gives great satisfaction. Principal E. H. Griffiths was born in Brecon in 1851, when his lather, the Rev. Henrv Grif- fiths, was principal of the Brecon Theological College. His grandfather was the Rev James Griffiths, Congregational minister at St. David's. Educated at Manchester, he gradu- ated at Cambridge in 1873, and took his M.A. degree three years later. In 1893 he was ap- pointed a recognised lecturer in physics at Cambridge, and in November 1901, on the dea h of Mr Viriama Jones, he became princi- pal of the University Colleee at Cardiff. The principal is a fellow of the Royal Society, and Fellow of Sidney Sussex College, Cambridge. Mr W. J. Lewis, Bridgend, is a retired draper. He is a valued member of Hope Eng- lish Baptist Church. Bridgend, and is a strong Liberal. M, Lewis is held in high esteem at Br dgend. Councillor W. J Williams, of Parkside, Barry, is the senior partner of the firm of Messrs Williams and Mordey, shipowners. He is a Presbyterian and an ardent Welsh Nati nalist and Liberal. Mr John Isaac is -a Churchman and Liberal. For many years he has been a partner in the firm of Messrs Collett and Isaac, wholesale pro- vision merchants. Mr T. W David is a Congregationalist and a robust Libei al. Mr David is a partner in the firm of Messrs Robinson and David, timber merchants, Cardiff. Councillor S. Thomas is one of the most popular men in Penarth. In eariy life he entered the service of the Taff Vale Railway Company at Penarth Docks, and worked hit way to the position of superintendent. He is a Churchman and a Liberal.

FIGHT WITH MAD BROTHER.

FELL OFF BOILER STAGING.

"MUST HAVE BEEN MAD."

CARDS AND PITCH-AND- TOSS.

CARDIFF MAN'S CHEQUES.