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NANTYMOEL. Promotion.-tTIic inhabitants of Xantymoel and l!ricet:nvn- highly approve the- appoint- ment of P.O. Pugh to the charge of the new Pol ice-station at Nantyiuoel. P.C. Pngh for many yeans has. proved an ideal1 "officer in the. plrace, and his abilities, tact, and courtesy as an. efficient officer have commanded the respect, of all. The ne*v Police Station', which •has been built by Councillor Jenkins in- an, excellent manner, M H- commcdions and we'll arranged building, overlooking the main, road between Nantymoel and Pri-cetowu'. Billiard Tournament.- Tire annual billiard tourniament at the Workmcn's-hall has just beeni finished. The cummittee offered 36 prizes in three. c!a;eand seven, special priacK. The winners or the first prize, vaiu;e one guinea, in üach c-Jass were —First class, Mr. Alf> Owen; 2-nd class, Mr. Robert Allen 3rd ck.f'.s, Mr. R. A. Edwards. Tho prize cue and case, for the high-rst break in tb3 tournament, was won by Mr. Evan J. Hop-, kins. The arrangements were carried out by a committee of which 31r. Mark Hill is -the capable- and energetic secretary- Friexdly Societies' Conference.—On Tues- day oreaiing a conferenee of Friendly Socitv ties' delegates was held at the Wyndham Arms Hotel. Bro. Evan Rees, Ogmore Vale, presided over a fair representation. The conference had been convened by the Ogmore Va«i,y Friendly Societies' Council for the Purpotao of discussing what steps should be t.ahm to promot.e. subscriptions to Cardiff In- fi-arm-y. Bro. Evan Rces briefly explained the object, of the meeting. Councillor T. W. Job further exemplified the need of taking concerted action for the benefit of such a worthy -and deserving institution. Bro. T. J. Job, hon. sec. Ogmore Valley F.S. Council, 1 followed, u-nd gave statistics showing the need of more financial aid towards the infirm- ary in oroelr to cope with the deserving cases whi-cb. were now kept waiting for two years thnongb lack of necessary funds. Strong ex- pressions of svmpathy with the movement w-ero made by Bros. M. L. Price, James Mcrris, T. Gunter, W. John, W. Gillard, E. Hopkins, and' others. The meeting was ad- Donrmd for a fortnight in order to invite the co-operation of other Friendly Society Lodges in the valley.

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FRAUDS ON PAWNBROKERS.

HILL ACCIDENT AT SHEFFIELD.

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