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MR. JOSEPH LAWRENCE AT CARDIFF.

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TYPHOID AND DIPHTHERIA IN BRIDGEND DISTRICT. DANGEROUS WELL., Diphtheria, typhoid, alld otber epidemics are breaking out. n the distrjpt around Hri(lg. end. The inspector of the Penyliont Hural Dis- trict. Council reported several cases at a meet- ing of the couueil held on Siturday. pome ,f nhieh wcrj in (-101Je proximity to Bridgend, others at ABP'kenflg. Kenfig Hill. Corrielly, and Manolam The ..t?y analyst .who wa, recenUy appointed, helped the council to partly solve tlie rau-e of this extensive outbreak. It APNEUI-JJ that. THE county medical officer sent, t,) the medical officrr of the Penybont Council a few days ago for ha'.f-a-dozen samp'e-S of water from various- wells in his district to be onalyse.1. The anaJY18 was received M Satur- day, and fhowed that wells at Kenfig Hill, Cornelly. and Maudlam were "dangerous" for oonsumpt on.—The Rer. Eynom Lewis moved tpat the inspector report on the condition of these wells, as unless the pollution could be remedied it was evident they should be closed frrthwith-Thj8 wag eecccided by Colonel Turbervill, and carried unanimously.

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