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RHONDDA AND SWANSEAI BAY RAILWAY.!…

LLANHARRAN PUPPY SHOW.I

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LLANHARRAN PUPPY SHOW. A PRESENTATION. The puppy show held annually in connection with the Llanharran Hunt is becoming more popu- lar every year. Over 300 people assembled at the kennels shortly after midday on Tuesday week, Among others present were Mr J. B. Jenkins, the popular master; Mr F. Moon, treasurer; Messrs T. M. Prioe and M. Davies, secretaries Mr Nicholl, Merthyrmawr; and Messrs Taliesin Morgan W. Evans, Court House J. F. Wayman, Brocastle E. John, L. Jenkins, and D. John, Cowbridge T. Griffiths, Coychurch, and brothers; Mr Forest, agent to Lord Windsor; M. Howells, Maesgwyn W. H. Mathias, Rhondda; Maddock, Maesteg; M. Griffiths, Cross Inn Hotel, Maesteg, &c. Twenty-eight puppies in splendid form were exhibited, and Messrs E. Williams, H. Cox, and -J. Winter, the huntsmen of the Llangibby, Glamorgan, and Chepstow Hounds respectively, acted as judges, and awarded the silver cups to Blacher' and Bluebell.' The former was walked by Mr J. Davies, Turberville, Llanharran, and the latter by Mr Evan Rosser, Pencoed Farm. Before leaving the kennel Miss Blandy Jenkins Was presented with a silver kettle, tray, and spoons in commemoration of her approaching marriage. Mr M. Morgan, High Corner House, Llanharan, handed the gift to the young lady, and, in doing .110, said that as the oldest tenant on the Llanharran Estate he was very proud to hand to Miss Jenkins the silver tray, silver kettle, and the case of silver spoons. They were given her by the tenants of the estate and by some of the many friends of her's and her family as a token of their appreciation of the uniform kindness and goodwill shown to them by her and her family. Mr J. Blandy Jenkins returned thanks on behalf of his daughter, and, in doing so, spoke under con- siderable emotion. Be looked upon the gift as evi- dence of the goodwill which had always existed between himself and the tenantry and the neigh- bours in general, and he hoped it would ever serve as a link to bind his daughter to Glamorgan. The gift and company were then photographed, and aftewards a move was made for Llanharan to enjoy the hospitality of the Squire. Host and Hostess Morgan had made admirable arrangements to receive the company in the schoolroom and a marquee.

TONDU AND ABERKENFIG NOTES.

GALLANT RESCUE AT NEATH.

. COWBRIDGE FAIR. --

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