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Grand Pier, Weston-super-Mare.

---Fell Down the Shaft.

------Beulah, Tyntyla.

Pontypridd Bankruptcy Court.


Pontypridd Bankruptcy Court. Collier-Baker's Affairs. Thomas Rees, grocer and baker, Marian Street, Clydach Vale, who was originally a collier, and then a milk-vendor, had liabilities amounting to £418 8s. 9d., and a deficiency of £ 377 2s. 6d. Debtor assigned insolvency to bad debts and losing money on the bakery business. The Official Receiver intimated that he could not find a single invoice for goods received on the debtor's file, neither had he (tlw debtor) kept a ledger with his creditors. During the last twelve months debtor had lost money on his bakery business. The Official Receiver How on earth have you so many book debts? You return them at £ 55i 3s. 2d., and no fewer than 97 applications sent out to debtors to your estate have been returned marked un- known." Debtor: I thought they would pay. Subject to the amendment of cer- tain accounts, the examination was closed. In the case of David Walters, china dealer, Horeb Street, Treorchy, for whom Mr. O. Davies (Messrs. Roberts, Rosser and Davies) appeared, the deficiency was £119 9s. 7d., and the causes of failure said to be due to bad trade, keen com- petition, and illness. Examination closed. Evan Cule, grocer and draper. Bute Street, Treherbert, who had a deficiency of £ 500. underwent his second adjourned examination. Amended accounts had been filed as requested, and the examina- tion was closed.


The National Pageant.

Raspberry and Currant Jelly.


Presentation at Tylorrstown.

Death of Mr. Thomes Owen Jones,…


Disputes at Mardy and Clydach…

Haulier Trouble at Clydach…

Miners' Working Hours.


_---__--Mumbles Pier and Pavilion.