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SWANSEA HARBOUR TRUST ELECTION.

FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE. .

GENERAL INTELLIGENCE. --I

HOUSE OF LORDS.-FRIDAY.

HOUSE OF COMMONS. --FRIDAY.

MR. ODGER ON THE HOUSE OF…

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LLANTRISSANT.

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LLANTRISSANT. PETTY SESSIONS, At the petty sessions held yesterday, at the Town Hall, before Major Lee and Mr. William Prichard, Henry Lewis, Thomas Evans, and Francis Hake were charged with assaulting Amelia Lock on Sunday evening last, near Talygarw Church. Thomas Evans and Francis Hake were fined 22 each and cost-- and Henry Lewis 21 and costs, or, in default, 14 days im- prisonment—Jeremiah Lewis, landlord of the Rock and i ountain was fined five shillings and costs for harbouring drunkenness in his house. P. C. Cadd proved the case.'— Thomas Llewellyn and James Morgan were charged by Mr. Booker's keeper with trespassing in pursuit of game; Fined £1 each and cost. s-John Rees, of Rhubridwell, W^v/r one shilling and costs, for riding without reins. —-Mark Barrett, for fraudu- lently removing goods. Al- lowed by the magistrates to be settled. SCHOOL BOARD.-The usual monthly meeting of this Board took place yesterday at the Reading-room of the Literary Institute, where it has been arranged that the meetings shall be held. There were present-Mr. G. Williams chairman, Dr Lloyd, Rev. J. P. Jones, Messrs. Wm. Williams, J. Lewis, D. Davies, and W. Davies.

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NEW TREDEGAR.

YSTRAD.

SWANSEA.

NEWPORT.

PONTYPRIDD.

-LLANELLY.

ABERDARE.

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DINAS.

SATURDAY, MARCH 2, 1872. .