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PONTYCYMMER.

. OGMORE VALE.

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INTERNATIONAL COAL COMPANY.

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COYCHURCH FLOWER SHOW.

RUSTIC SPORTS.

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RUSTIC SPORTS. During the afternoon successful sports were held, a new and' interesting feature of the day's proceedings. Mr. G. J. Brind acted as judge, and Mr. Rees Jones, junr., was 'starter, assisted by Mr. David LeAvis. Re- sults — Egg and Spoon 100 yards Race: 1, David Gronow; 2. John Turner, Pencoed; 3, T. Thomas, Treos. Ladies' 100 Yards Race: 1, Mrs. Roberts, Coity; 2, Miss Enid Jones; 3, Mrs. Harries. "Find your Boot" Race (100 yards): 1, George Cooper; 2, Stanley Frederick; 3, Wm. Gronow. Boys' 80 Yards: 1. Charles Thompson; 2, Chas Jones; 3, Ptercy Baldwin. WheelbarroAV Race: 1. Wm. GronoAv; 2, Edward Thomas; 3, Edmund Thomas. Potato Race (100 Yards): 1, David Thomas, Ty Candy; 2, Wm. Gronow; 3, Dd. Thomas, Coychurch. Long Jump: 1, Edmund Thomas; 2, David Williams; 3, Edward Thomas. High Jump Divided between David Wil- liams and Edward Thomas. 100 Yards Sack Race 1, David Gronow 2, Edward Thomas; 3, John Harry. 120 Yards Race: 1, Edmund Thomas; 2, Edward Thomas. Three-legged Race, 100 Yards: 1, Edward, and "David Thomas; 2, Fred Floyd and D. Thomas; 3, W. James and D. Williams.

MEETING OF MONARCHS.

DRESDEN FAIR BURNT DOWN.

ALPINE FATALITIES.

MR. W. LONG AT CHRISTCHURCH.

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'/WORDS OF WISDOM.

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THE SUNDAY CORNER.

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THE BARCELONA OUTBREAK.

THE POSITION IN MOROCCO.

GAVE HER LIFE FOR HER CHILD.