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THE EISTEDDFOD.

FIVE YEARS' PENAL SERVITUDE.

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XO REWARDS TO THE POLICE FOR…

C R I C K E T.

BRIDGEND v. NEATH.

LOCAL MARKSMEN AT MARGAM.

WEDNESDAY'S EVENTS.

DISTRICT NEWS.

KENFIG HILL.

BRYNCETHIN.

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COWBRIDGE. i

LLANTWIT MAJOR.

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LLANTWIT MAJOR. G.F.S. Cricket Match.—On Thursday, the 2nd inst., a very interesting and in some re- spects exciting cricket match was played be- tween the local branches of the Girls' Friendly Societies of Llantwit Major and St. Athan. The members of the gentlemen's cricket club very kindly placed their excel- lent field for the use of the ladies' teams. Very smart work was accomplished by the Llantwit team, who proved themselves in every respect equal to the occasion. The result was that Llantwit scored in the two innings 80, while St. Athan scored in the two innings 59. The triumph of the Llantwit team is all the more creditable to them for the reason that the club is of very recent for- mation, while St. Athan has had longer ex- perience in the field. The members of the Llantwit Club entertained the St. Athan team to afternoon tea, and a very enjoyable time was spent in pleasant weather. The G.F.S. local branch, of which Miss Morris, The Vicarage, is the home associate, deserves more support than it gets for providing wholesome and healthy out-door exercise and recreation for the fair sex, who hitherto had no provision made for them. Tennis and cricket are now within the reach of all who wish to join the clubs held here in connec- tion with the G.F.S.

-RECORD ENTRIES AND ATTENDANCE.

ALLEGED BREACH OF COVENANT.

TUESDAY'S SHOOTING.

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THE INDEPENDENT LABOUR PARTY.

A FIVE PER CENT. DIVIDEND.

A NEGLECTED WARNING.

Wyndham and Dinas Main Hauliers.

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