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FIRST MEETING.

CONCERT AT BKIDGEND.

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THE DUKE OF CAMBRIDGE AND…

POLICE COURT PROCEEDINGS.

SUMMER TRIPPERS WILL NOTE.

NEWCASTLE HIGHER PARISH COUNCIL.

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DANCE AT TAIBACH.

FASHIONABLE WEDDING AT NEATH.

TYTHEGSTONE HIGHER RACES.

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PYLE PARISH COUNCIL.

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ABERAVON.

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COWBEIDGE,

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MEETINGS AT PENCOED, COYCHURCH…

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MEETINGS AT PENCOED, COYCHURCH AND COITY. During the week the Ogmore Habitation of the Primrose League have been holding a series of meetings in various towns and villages. On Monday a meeting was held at the Board Schools, Pencoed, when Mr C. W. Christie, Tregroes, presided. An excellent programme of vocal and instrumental music was contributed by Miss Edith Jenkins, Mr Arthur Llewellyn (Bridgend), Mrs Christie, Miss Jones and Miss Watkins (Pencoed), Miss Simmons (Pencoed), being an efficient accompanist. Mr R. Wright, delegate from the Graad Council, delivered an able political address. Mr R. C. Griffiths, on behalf of the Ruling Councillor (Lady Dunraven) handed Miss Mordecai, of St. Mary Hill, the special service clasp for 1893, in recognition of valuable services rendered during the year. The usual votes of thanks terminated the proceedings. A meeting was held at the Coity Board School, on Tuesday evening, under the presidency of MJI J. 1. D. Nicholl, J.P., Merthyrmawr, when Mr Wright delivered an address, and a capita programme was rendered," Mr J. P. McGsul being the accompanist. On Wednesday night a meeting was held at Coy- church, when the Rev C. L. Llewellin presided. Miss Edith Jenkins, and Mr J. H. Williams (Bridgend), were amongst the contributors to the programme. Mrs Lloyd Llewellin sang a song entitled "The Primrose League," a tuneful com- position of her own. Mr Wright spoke, and Miss Simmons (Pencoed), was the accompanist.

CONCERT AT ABERDULAIS.

DEPARTURE OF POLICE-INSPECTOR…

.... ABERAVON COUNTY POLICE.

BRIDGEND SOHOOL BOARD.

MIRACULOUS CURE OF A COYCHURCH…

CARRIAGE OF LORD WOLVERTON…

DISPUTE BETWEEN DIAMOND MERCHANTS.

FOUR MEN DROWNED.

THE DEGRADATION OF CAPTAIN…

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