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LLANSANTFFRAED.

LLANTRISSENT. I

MONMOUTI-I.I

—1^ INEWPORT.

CRICKET PAVILION OPENED.

PONTYPOOL.

---_-I DEATH OF MR. W. SANDBROOK.…

PONTNEWYDD.

RAGLAN.I

l CLUB WALK AT LLANARTH. [

Ordinations at Uandaff.

Judge Owen Compliments a Bankrupt.

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Judge Owen Compliments a Bankrupt. At the Cardiff County Court, on Thursday, Mr. Lewis Morgan applied for the annulment of the bankruptcy of Mr. John Samuel; auctioneer, of Llmibethery, Cowbridge, formerly of Cardiff. The failure occurred in 1892. the liabilities being £ 1,830. This sum -ind tgljo interest for the eight years had been deposited. His Honour: This is one of those cases which are very rare, but very creditable. The man has not only paid 20s. in the C, but interest ou hi" debts. I wish there were more of them. Mr. Lewis Morgan So do I, your honour. I have to apologise for the absence of the debtor this morning, but, unfortunately, he has been confined to his bed the last two months as an invalid. His Honour: I would have publicly compli- mented him hd he been here. The order was made.

The Sengenydd Disaster.

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Moiiiiiojithsliire Mme Flooded.

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GUOSMONT.

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