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FOOTBALL FIXTURES.I

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LOCAL TIME TABLE,

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BRIDGEND LISTENS TO BKlDGERD

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GLAMORGANSHIRE SCHOOLS.I

LOCAL RAILWAY COMPANIES. .

The Bath and West Soeiety.

Weather and the Crops.

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Weather and the Crops. The cold in England has been severe but not intense. Ten degrees at midnight and four at noon have been about the average. Wheat can scarcely have taken any harm, and rye is, if anything, hardier than wheat. The cold in France is 10 degrees greater than in England and there being little snow on the great plains the wheat plant may prove to have suffered. The barley trade is much more buoyant from a week ago, and maltsters are paying very fair prices for bright samples. Feeding barley and barley meal sell briskly. There is a general advance of 6d. to 9d. per quarter in oats. The supply of wheat on passage has diminished slightly from a week ago.—From Monday's Mark- lane Express."

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MR. WHITELEY MURDERED. .

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WELSH MINERS' WAGES -41----

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Glamorgan Chamber of Agriculture.

MR. WHITELEY MURDERED. .