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SOUTH WALES MINERS.

VALE OF GLAMORGAN SHOW.

LLANTWIT MAJOR CASE ADJOURNED.…

" THE CUSTOM IN THE VALE."

CAERAU COLLIER SUMMONED.

BREACH OF THE CURFEW ORDER.

PONTYCLUN MAN BOUND OVER.

FLEM IN G ST ONE FARMER AND…

TREOS COLLIER'S OFFENCE.1

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VISIT OF MANY THOUSANDS OF…

COWBRIDGE.

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ST. BRIDES MAJOR.

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SCOTCH COAL CRISIS.

MR. CHURCHILL'S SERVICES ACCEPTED

COUNTY EDUCATION COMMITTEE.

FAIR TRADE CLAUSES.

MAESTEG SCHOOL SITE.

OGMORE VALE.

WESLEYAN MINISTER'S DEATH.

PARK SLIP DEPENDENTS.

CAERAU WOUNDING CHARGE.

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CAERAU WOUNDING CHARGE. —— ♦— PRISONER BOUND OVER. At Glamorgan Assizes, on Wednesday, John Davies, collier, pleaded guilty to inflicting "tgrievous bodily harm on Samuel Hughes at. Caerau. Mr. Ivor Bowen (instructed by Messrs. T. J. Hughes and Lewis, Bridgend) prosecuted, and 3kir. St. John Francis-Wil- iiams (instructed by Mr. David Llewellyn, Bridgend) defended. Mr. Francis-Williams asked that the man should not be sent to prison. He w&s a. respeotable young man, and Tie lost his temper on seeing his brother assaulted. He added that there would be a civil action for the injury to the jaw. His Lordship bound prisoner over and discharged him.

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CARDIFF FLOWER EXHIBITION.

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ST. BRIDE'S MINOR.