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RHONDDA AND SWANSEAI BAY RAILWAY.!…

LLANHARRAN PUPPY SHOW.I

TONDU AND ABERKENFIG NOTES.

GALLANT RESCUE AT NEATH.

. COWBRIDGE FAIR. --

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IEXTENSION OF LOCAL BOUNDARIES.…

GLAMORGAN AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY.

THE WEATHER AND THE CROPS.

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THE WEATHER AND THE CROPS. The weather appears to be gradually improving, and if the week's rainfall is excessive there has at least been a grateful rise in temperature and increased sunshine. On the Continent prospects are better than here. With regard to trade, English wh3at, according to the London average, has advanced 7d on the week at Mark-lane, and the 60 chief markets show Is advance at 24s 6d improve- ment. At 26 markets for foreign wheat, which has been in good supply, prices were firm on Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday, but wavering on Friday and Saturday. The flour trade shows Is per sack improvement on the three weeks in both English and American sorts. The spring corn trade shows that out of 30 leading markets last week 18 were dearer for barley, 21 for maize, and 24 for oats, but that there was no regular advance in beans or peas. London is not a strong market just now for maize, and within the last three days has gone against holders of barley and oats, but Bristol and Birmingham, two important centres, are definitely dearer for barley, and oats are dearer at Hull and in Scotland and Ireland.—Mark Lane Express.

TOTAL ABSTINENCE AT BRITON…

DEATH OF MRS. DAVIES, BRITON…

EXPLOSION ABOARD SHIP AT BRITON…

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HISTORY OF SMALL-POX.} ..

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