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THE MERTHYR VACANCY.

THE FERNDALE MINERS' MEETING.

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BARRY AND CADOXTON LOCAL BOARD.

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BARRY AND CADOXTON LOCAL BOARD. Tiie above board met at the Picnic-ball, Cadoxton, ou Monday. Mr John Cory presided, and there were also present R-v E. E. Allen, and Messrs O'Donnell, J. Joues, E. D. Jones, Robin- -on. Thomas, Meggitt, and E. Hughes. Mr M^ggitt, the chairman of the finance committee, reported that the deputation of the board had waited on the finance committee of the Cardiff Board of Guardians, and that it had been arranged to appoint a joint collector at a salary of £ 120 per year, the guardians to pay LBO and the iocal board £40, the latter to provide au office.— A letter from the clerk of the peace for the county was read as to the representation of the local board district on the future county council, and it was resolved that the clerk should write to the next meeting of the committee of tbe quarter sessions pointing out that the district would be inade- quately represented by one councillor. It was also resolved that the cierk should prepare a report for the next meeting of the board as to the desirability of the board promoting a bill in Parliament next session for the provision of vrater and gas in the district, the board being unani- mously of opinion that some steps should be taken for the speedy suppiy of water and gas for the district. It was decided that the surveyor should at onc prepare plans of the whole district in order that the board m-,Rht shortly proceed ti obtain some system of drainage. It was further (iecided that the board meetings should be beid on the first Tuesday in each month.

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ADJUDICATIONS, &C.

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TREDEGAR,

THE WEATHER AND THEI CHOPS.

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ANTICIPATIONS.

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