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BRIDGEND COUNTY COURT.

Church Fete at Glanogwr.

DEATH OF MR. R. L. BASSETT.

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Flower Show at Newcastle.

NANTYMOEL.

Caradoc Vale Disaster.

Presentation to Mr. W. Rees.…

WEDNESDAY'S CRICKET.

LLANHARRAN.

SOUTH WALES POWER Co.

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TONDU FRIENDLY SOCIETIES'…

IWE ARE INFORMED.

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I WE ARE INFORMED. That the Assessment Committee of the Bridgend and Cowbridge Union held a meet- in yesterday to consider the assessment of collieries. That a few months ago the committee de- cided to relieve the collieries to the extent of Id. per ton. That at the- meeting yesterday it was de- cided unanimously to replace the Id. per ton taken off. That Mr. Boyd Harvey is endeavouring to arrange for a visit of Mr. Hastings Clay's Otter Hounds at an early date. That it is hoped Mr. Harvey will be well supported, as thera are indications that otters axe plentiful in the local rivers. That Mr. H. R. Loveluck, Llangvnwyd, has returned home from the West Indies, after many years absence. That the gentleman who has been riding on the backs of turtles is not of Ogmore Vale notoriety. | That the Garw Water Company have started their new reservoir from which to supply Tythegston Higher, the site being at Nantyci. That Mr. Solomon Andrews is making good progress with the Brynmenin Colliery, and has arranged for a supply of water from the Penybont Council. That His Honour Judge Bryn Roberts, ac- companied by the Rector of Coity, yesterday visited the grave of the late Rev. Edward Matthews, at Nolt-n Churchyard. That the Rev. Edward Matthews was of the same persuasion as the judge—Calvinistic Methodist. That Mrs. Roberts, wife of the Rector of Coity, accompanied by her youngest daugh- ter, is at present on her way from Egypt to Odessa, calling at Constantinople en route. That T.D.S. has got together a capital side to represent the Colts, who play Glamorgan next Wednesday and Thursday. That the Colts include 0. M. Powell (Bridgend), Llandovery College; Gomer Wil- liams, Pencoed; and A. P. Thomas, Bridg- end. That O. M. Powell tops the batting aver- ages for his college this season with 33.6. That D. C. Rosser, of Bridgend, comes eighth on the same list. That Rosser heads the bowling averages, and Powell takes third place. That Newcastle bells rang merry peals yes- torday in honour of their own anniversary. That Gwilym Glan Ogwy occupied an hon- oured place among the bards at the Gorsedd proclamation at Swansea. That the Ven. Archdeacon Edmondes re- turned to Nolton Court last night after a., tour in Ireland. That the Rev. Canon White. O.S.B., will shortly pay a visit to Bridgend. when he will be the recipient of a testimonial. That the Rev. T. Holmes Morgan, with Mrs Morgan, is enjoying a well-earned rest at Jersey. That Mr. Willie Rees. of Newbridge Farm, has resigned his post as organist at Coity I y Church, the immediate cause being marag- itis. That Mr. Rees has carried out the duties. 17 years, and his intended resignation if* much regretted. That one of the last acts of the late Mr- Tom Davies, as miners' agent, was to write a, message of sympathy to the relatives, of the- victims in the Caradoc Vale disaster.

THE CAERAU OUTRAGE.