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I NEARLY A MILLION.

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IBRIDGEND GUARDIANS AND RELIEF

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I BRIDGEND CENTRE FOR YEOMANRY.…

RESERVISTS' FAMILIES IN BRIDGEND.

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I . THE WAR FEELING IN GERMANY.

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LOCAL WAR PROBLEMS

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DEATH OF RECTOR OF BEDWAS.I

INJURED BY HORSES.I

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INJURED BY HORSES. I I PATIENTS AT BRIDGEND COTTAGE I HOSPITAL. ) I At Bridgend on Tuesday morning, a Ter- I ritorial named Bo wen, whose home is in Carmarthen, and who had come from Swan- sea only a short time before was kicked on the thigh by a horse and had to be taken to the Cottage Hospital. We learn that lie is progressing satisfactorily. A member of the local Yeomanry j named Hooper, of Cardiff. Avas a lso injured about the head by a horse, and he was also taken to the Hospital in a state cf collapse. Upon inquiry at the institution yesterday, our representative learned that his condi- tion had improved.