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MR. WHITELEY S ASSAILANT.

COWBRIDGE FARMERS' CLUB. —-0

2nd VOL. BATT. WELSH REGIMENT.

DEATH OF itiK. JAAIfca BkOuOEN

. Police as Samplers.

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Police as Samplers. The Agricultural Committee of the Gla- morgan County Council, at their meeting yesterday, Mr. Robert Forrest, J.P., presid- ing, considered the Fertilisers and Feeding Stuffs Act, 1906, and the regulations of the Board of Agriculture and Fisheries made under the Act. The superintendents and inspectors of police for the county were appointed sam- plers under the Act. and they were instruc- ted immediately to take a number of in- formal samples of fertilisers and feeding stuffs in all parts of the county without the knowledge of the sellers in order that the County Council may discover if there is any fraudulent trading going on in the county. It was understood that no prosecutions would follow the analysis of samples taken informally, but that the official samplers would be notified when to take samples with the usual formalities which would be followed by prosecutions. Mr. Hedger Wallace, the agricultural lec- truer. was instructed to prepare for the chief constable a list of the fertilisers and feeding stuffs sold in the county. °

The Glamorgan Hounds.

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COWBRIDGE.

NANTYMOEL.

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LOCAL WILL: MR. WILLIAM THOMAS.

- SOUTHERNDOWN

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- BRYNCETHIN.

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COVCHURCH H!GHER.

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PONTYCLUN-

'""'7:8 Vale Free Church Council.

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