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FOREIGN INTELLIGENC E.

GENERAL INTELLIGENCE. -_-'._

,J(. T, _ CWMAVON.

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CARDIFF.

SWANSEA.

- NEWPORT.

TROEDYRHIW.

LLANELLY.

I.CLYDACH.

- MAESTEG.

GELLIGAER.

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GELLIGAER. PLOUGHING MATCH—The second annual ploughing match took place on Friday, in two fields on Berthlwyd and Maesmavan farms. The first prize was awarded to Mr William Miles, LlancaiachiIsha, for the best team of horses competing in either of the classes in the two fields. The second prize was awarded to Mr. John Edwards, Gelliargwellt Isha In the First Class-Swing Ploughs- 1st prize, £ 2, awarded to Mr. John Williams, son of Mr. Mr. Thomas Williams, Tophill; 2nd prize, £ 1, awarded to Mr. James Hanley. servant to Mr. Edward Thomas, Llechwan. Second Class-Swing Ploughs.-lst prize, 22, awarded to Mr. Edward Rees, servant of Mr. Thomas Williams, Tophill; 2nd prize. £ 1, awarded to Mr. Thomas Prichard, son of Mr. David Pritchard. Cefn-y-Forest; 3rd prize, 10s awarded to Mr. David Jones, servant to Mr. Wm. Thomas, White Hall; highly commended, Mr. David Prothero, servant of Mr. David Pritcha-rd, Cefn-y-Forest, so the committee awarded him 10s. T ird Clctss-- Swing ploughs.—(Under twenty years).-lst prize, £ 110s., awarded to Mr. William Jenkins, son of Mr. Jenkin Jenkins, Heolddu Isha; 2nd prize, £ 1, awarded to Mr. Samud Evans, son of Mrs. Rebecca Evans, Llancaiach-fawr 3rd prize, 10s awarded to Mr. Richard Pearce, servant of Mr. Wm. Miles, Berthlwyd.

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