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BRIDGEND GROUP OF SCHOOLS.

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DISTRESS AT MAESTEG.

POLICEMEN'S VISITS -.

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MR. R. W. LLEWELLYN'S WILL…

DISCONTENT AMONG MINERS. ————*———

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CRICKET.

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'MINING STUDENTS' TOUR. —♦---

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WELSH CALYINISTIC METHODISTS…

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COWBRIDGE.

LLANTWIT MAJOR

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CEFN CRIBBWR.

ST. MARY HILL.

SOUTHERNDOWN.

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SOUTHERNDOWN. Freddy Welsh's Visit.-On Sunday after- noon Mr. Freddy Welsh, accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Harry "Marks and some friends, visited Southerndown. They were soon spotted," and Fred Welsh was quickly re- cognised by a crowd of young men, with whom ho had a chat. He visited the Tent," and also called at the Fox and Hounds, St. Bride's on his way back. Discovery of a Skeleton.—During excava- tions carried on at the Cambria Lime Works, Southerndown Road, Mr. William Hinde, of Wick, d iscovered a human skeleton. It was in a splendid state of preservation, but. unfortunately, Mr. Hinde drove the pic-k he was using through the skull. He was down about 4ft. (iiii. when he made the discovery. The skeleton possessed a beautiful set of teeth, which Mr. Hinde has still in his posses- sion.

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BLACKMILL.

LALESTON.

IBRYNCETHIN.

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