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COWBRIDGE. HIGHWAY BOARD.—A district meeting of this Board was held at the Town Hall on Tuesday; Mr. D. Holford Davies, vice-chairman, presided. The minutes of the last meeting having been read and confirmed, it was resolved that the culvert proposed to be made at the mouth of Brynsach road, in the parish of Lanwit Major, should be made according to an amended plan, the value not to exceed CS 10s. A letter of some length was read by the Clerk from Mr. Evan Thomas, Moor-mill, in the parish of Langan, complaining of a water-course now being made near his premises. It was ultimately resolved that a com- mittee be appointed to inspect the said complained nuisance, and report thereon at the next meeting. The Surveyor's estimate for the ensuing month, amounting to k97, was also allowed, and a cheque ordered to be signed and given him. This concluded the business. POLICE COURT.—Mr. J. Richards Homfray and the Rev. Thomas Edmondes were the presiding magistrates on Tuesday, when William Llewellyn, of Lanmaes, was fined 7s. 3d. costs for allowing his horses to stray on the highway on the 26th of last month.—Sarah Thomas was also ordered to pay 8s. 3d costs for allowing several head of cattle to stray.—John Badman, travelling hawker, Cardiff, brought up in custody charged with feloniously y stealing, at Lanmaes, on Thursday, the 29th of February, two silver spoons, valued 7s. Gd., the property of Mrs: Brookes, was committed to take his trial at the assizes. HIGH MARKET. — This monthly market was well attended on Tuesday. Business was very brisk. Stock of every description were readily purchased at high prices, and farm produce reached almost an unprece- dented sum.