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TREORKI. J

V ' ABERDARE. J |

NARBERTH. I

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NARBERTH. I Thp; Nabberth Fair. — This far w?P Mpn Saturday, and taking into consideration Wejff^tit markets held in the county on the same day, v?U!nu- ance was an average one. The demand mrJIs of which there was a fair supply was brisk. IWt^air was well represented, and the demand so i v sellers hardly knew what to ask two years 20 to jB35 each.. The sheep fair was well uppli tices about the same as former fairs as to cattle coits, there never were such prices given. r SCHOOL Board .—At the recent meeting, Ali van.,4, M.D., in fhe chair, the plans for the sclipols w «ved from the Educational Department who appi f the ■amp, and the tender of Messrs. Lloyd, masons own >u+ed lor their erection. It was ad tl larv- t year oe allowed the cleik, £ 3 | to *er.

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