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LOCAL NEWS. .

THE LATE MR. H. J. RANDALL…

MINERS' WAGES.I

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MINERS' WAGES. ♦ MAXIMUM TO BE CONTINUED. The colliery owners of South Wales and Monmouthshire did not make any application for a reduction in the general wage rate on the. 1st of November—one of the appointed dates in the Conciliation Board agreement when notice has to be given for any altera- tion. 011 either side. Consequently wages will continue to remain at the maximum of 60 per cent, above the standard for the next three months, namelv. until 28th Februarv, 1909.

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-------BULLS RAID A SHOP.…

BRIDGEND PENSIONS COMMITTEE.…

MAESTEG PENSIONS COMMITTEE.

SHOOTING MISHAPS AT EWENNY…

BRIDGEND SOLICITOR'S ACTION.…

LLANCARFAN AND DISTRICT SHOW…

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OGMORE PENSIONS COMMITTEE.

THE LICENSING BILL. .

HOCKEY.

HORSE SALE AT ST. FAG AITS.

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