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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.

COWBRIDGE AXD LLANBLETHIAN…

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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.

AN EXPLANATION.

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CARDIFF FLOWER EXHIBITION.

OPEN CLASSES.

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OPEN CLASSES. Plants.-Twelve zonal geraniums in flower: 3, Mrs. Mackintosh of Mackintosh, Cotbrell. Six gloxinias: 3, Mrs. Mackintosh of Mack- intosh. Cut Flowers.—Bowl of out roses: 2, Mrs. Mackintosh of Mackintosh; 3, S. H. Bya.ss, Glanogwr, Bridgend. Six cactus dahlias: 3, G. H. John, Bridgend. Six vases of 6weet peas: 4, S. H. Byass. One vase sweet peas: 3, Colonel J. Gaskell; 4, S. H. Byass. Fruit.—Two bunches white grapes: 1, E. Hr Ebsworth, Llandough Castle. One bunch white grapes: 1, E. H. Ebsworth. Dish of culinary apples: 3, Colonel J. Gaskell. Vegetables.—White kidney potatoes: 1, E. H. Ebsworth. Coloured kidney potatoes: 1, E. H. Ebsworth. White round potatoes: 2, E. H. Ebsworth. Brace of vegetable mar- rows: 1, E. H. Ebsworth. Dish of peas: 3, E. H. Ebsworth. Honey, Wax, etc.—Twelve lib. sections: 1, D. George, Merthyrmawr. One lib. section 1, D. George; 2, T. Davies, Kenfig Hill. Three shallow frames of comb honey 1, R. Morgan, Cowbridge. One shallow frame of comb honey: 1, R. Morgan; 2. S. Lewis, Bridgend. Twelve lib. jars extracted honey (light): 2, R. Morgan; 3, T. Davies. Six lib. jars extracted honey (light): 1, R. Mor- gan. Twelve lib. jars extracted honey (medium or dark): 2, R. Morgan. Beeswax, not less than lib. in retail form: 1, R. Mor- gan; 2, D. George. Articles of food contain- ing honey: 1, R. Morgan; 3, D. George. Twelve lib. jars extracted honey: 2, R. Mor- gan. Twelve lib. jars extracted' honey, can- died R. Morgan. Twelve lib. section 2, D. George. Twelve lib. jars extracted' honey (light): 1, R. Morgan. Beeswax, not less than 21b., in retail form: 1, R. Morgan; 2, D. George. Novices' Class-Six lib. sec- tions W. Lewis, Bridgend. COTTAGERS' CLASSES. Fruit and Vegetables.—Collection of vege- tables: 2, D. Adams, Llanharry. Tomatoes: 3, S. Adams, Llanharry. Autumn onions 2. J. Morgan, Margam. Soring onions: 2, J. Morgan. Peas: 2, F. Lee, LlanhaETan. Brace of cucumbers: 3, D. Adams. Bunch of carrots: 2, J. Morgan. Parsnips: 3, J. Morgan. White kidney potatoes: 2, J. Mor- gan. Coloured kidney potatoes: 1, J. Mor- gan. Round potatoes: 1, J. Morgan. Celery: 3, D. Adams. KENFIG HILL. Thomas Edwards's Summer Sale now Pro- ceeding. Opposite the Market, Oaroline- street, Bridgend. 86 In Bankruptcy.—A receiving order has been made in the matter of Hugh Evans, trading as H. Evans and Co., and as Evans Brothers, Moriah-place, Kenfig Hill, draper, milliner, and tailor costumier. Echo of the Baptist Festival.—At a meet- ing of the Baptist Festival Committee, Tondu, it was unanimously resolved that the best thanks of the meeting be tendered to Mr. R. L. Williams, Gwaha House, for his services during the day the festival was held at Elim, Kenfig Hill, on Whit-Monday, and for his untiring efforts to provide in every way'for the comfort of the several choirs, that took part. Obituary.—On Wednesday the remains of the late Mr. Thomas Richards were laid in their last resting place at Pyle Church, the funeral being very largely attended. The deceased was one of the oldest inhabitants of Kenfig Hill, and had held the office of deacon of Pisgah Chapel for a considerable number of yeairs. He had also been treasurer to the checkweighers' fund at Cefn Slip Colliery for, a very long period, and held a responsible office in the Federation at the time of the 1898 strike. He was entrusted; with con- siderable sums sent from Cefn Slip for dis- tribution in the valleys. Mr. Richards was of a most unassuming natare, but fearlessly upheld the principles which he professed, and his long life in the district is marked by con- sistency andi true Christian principles. It is interesting to note that he died in' the house in which he was born 68 years ago, Ty Pistyl1, near Moriah Place. The de- ceased had also been elected president of the Ivorite Lodge of this district, and, was leader of the young men's prayer meetings at Pisgah for a long period. As a young man he had taken a very active interest in the building of Pisgah Chapel, of wtiich place his mother was an active member when Kenfig Hill was a very small village. The deceased leaves a widow and a large grown-up family to onrn the loss of a devoted husband and father. The respect in which he was held was testified by the exceptionally targe and representative funeral. The Revs. T. M. Williams and J. Griffiths Qfticiatedi at the house, and the Rev. J. Bangor Davies at the church and graveside.

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