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THE COALFIELD TROUBLE. ( .

LOCAL CASES AT QUARTER SESSIONS.

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NEW WELSH CHURCH. .

TRAGIC DEATH AT PYLE. -

IKEEN SHOOTING CONTEST. —,—-—+

DANGER IN MINES.

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---PORTHCAWL.I

TONDU & ABERKENFIG

PONTYCLUN

BRYNMENIN.

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PYLE.

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PYLE. A Disappointment.—Visitors to Kenfig were gieatly disappointed on Saturday last, after braving the disagreeable weather, at the non-arrival of the deep sea fishermen, who were to be guests of the local "coasters" in a drag-net competition. Some time had elapsed when a message arrived postponing the visit for three weeks on account of the meather and damage to the net by rough seas. The spread provided by Mr. Clair Roberts had to be abandoned, and the visitors returned aiter a weary vigil on the coast. INTERESTING WEDDING. A wedding of local interest took place on Monday at Stourbridge, Worcestershire, be- tween Mr. Wm. W. Stokes (secretarv of Messrs. Mountford, Phillips, and Co., Ltd.. engineers, etc., Llantrisant), and Miss M. Haden. youngest daughter of the late Mr. Z. Haden, glass manufacturer, Stourbridge. The ceremony took place at noon at Amble- cote Wesley an Church, there being a large at-, tendance of friends of the bride and bride- groom, who are both well-known in the Stour- bridge district. Following the ceremonv a reception was held at Oak View, Amblecote, the home of the bride, where a large marquee had been erected. The gifts to the bride and bridegroom were numerous and valuable. After the reception, the happy couple left, amid many good wishes, on their wedding tour for Fishguard en route for the Lakes of Killarney. On their return, Mr. and Mrs. Stokes will take up their residence at Amble- cote, Llantrisant-road, Pontyclun.

PONTYRHYL.

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