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SPELLING BEE AT BRIDGEND.

SPELLING BEE AT BRIDGEND.

The holding of a spelling bee in this town was rather a latent idea, and what might have been expected to emanate from the Mechanics' Institute in the first blush of novelty, was later on left to the Young Christian Association to improvise. The committe of this newly-formed soc
May 5, 1876 - Central Glamorgan Gazette - Bridgend, Mid Glamorgan, Wales
 
TOWN OF LLANTRISANT. -- BALI OF VALUABLE HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE. ESSI/J3. R. JONES and SON have been in- IJIJL atructed by

TOWN OF LLANTRISANT. -- BALI OF VALUABLE HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE. ESSI/J3. R. JONES and SON have been in- IJIJL atructed by

the execntore of the late Mr John Dyke Slade, to WILT, by AUCTION, on the premises at Llantrisant, 011 MONDAY, the 15th MAY, the whole of the valuable HOUSEHOLD FURNITURH, &c, he., comprising handsome bedsteads, with furniture, mattresses, &c.; feather and millpuff beds, blanket
May 5, 1876 - Central Glamorgan Gazette - Bridgend, Mid Glamorgan, Wales
 
astadcrs. To BUILDERS AND CONTRACTORS. TENDERS are required for the Erection of FOUR HOUSES, New-road, Quarrella, Bridgend, for Mr. James

astadcrs. To BUILDERS AND CONTRACTORS. TENDERS are required for the Erection of FOUR HOUSES, New-road, Quarrella, Bridgend, for Mr. James

Bryant Plans and specification to be seen, also bills of quantities obtained, at the Office of the Architect, G. F. LAMBERT, Town Hall Chambers, Bridgend. lowest, Tender not necessarily accepted. 6198
May 5, 1876 - Central Glamorgan Gazette - Bridgend, Mid Glamorgan, Wales
 
HOLLOWAY'S PILLS Impurity of the Blood. Velma the be kapt in • state thetefogelitelien itiest be wealoseid and &ease super

HOLLOWAY'S PILLS Impurity of the Blood. Velma the be kapt in • state thetefogelitelien itiest be wealoseid and &ease super

vent. Them the of or nentrabadag all ewe tarainationa It the and peorelly. bat eat sinly, obstruct* ems to health. and Institnte regular In °rpm ftie are keg irritation cc debility. The dymeptie, Week, and may roir on PIM in then bast Mad and essalceler, they act upm the main Ra
May 5, 1876 - Central Glamorgan Gazette - Bridgend, Mid Glamorgan, Wales
 
THE GLAMORGAN GAZETTE.

THE GLAMORGAN GAZETTE.

BRIDGEND, FRIDAY, JULY 7th, 1876.
July 7, 1876 - Central Glamorgan Gazette - Bridgend, Mid Glamorgan, Wales
 
To the Editor of the " Cent.ml Glamorgan 8114—In your last issue Mr. George Thomas attempts to correct a retort

To the Editor of the " Cent.ml Glamorgan 8114—In your last issue Mr. George Thomas attempts to correct a retort

which appeared in your paper of the previous week, giving the probable cau,e of the melancholy death by drowning of the young man Williams, and proceeding further to give his own view of the matter hesitates not to impute the cause of the sad event to the dangerous nature of the
July 7, 1876 - Central Glamorgan Gazette - Bridgend, Mid Glamorgan, Wales
 
COW BRIDGE.

COW BRIDGE.

SUDDEN DEkTR.-Mr. Miles, of Aberthin, died suddenly on Saturday evening. An inquest was held touching his death on Wednesday. ADERTHAW. We wish to draw the attention of pleasure-seekers to a marine excursion from the Ocean House, Aberthaw, to Ilfracombe, on Monday next, as seen
July 7, 1876 - Central Glamorgan Gazette - Bridgend, Mid Glamorgan, Wales
 
WEDNESDAY.

WEDNESDAY.

In the House of Commons, Mr Staveley Hill gave notice of a motion declaring the expediency of so amending the Extradition Act as to permit the removal of prisoners from one'country to another for trial for offences other than those for which they had been arrested, though within
July 7, 1876 - Central Glamorgan Gazette - Bridgend, Mid Glamorgan, Wales
 
MARINE EXCURSION. TILI 118 TRAILING AND POWERFUL STILANEN " BALMORAL " wiurzeea (wind and weather permitting, and prevented by any

MARINE EXCURSION. TILI 118 TRAILING AND POWERFUL STILANEN " BALMORAL " wiurzeea (wind and weather permitting, and prevented by any

unseen occurrence) on AN EXCURSION ABERTHAW At half-past Eight o'clock in the morn'ng to ILFRACOMBE, Returning from Ilfracombe at twenty minn' es past Six in the evening, ON MONDAY, JULY 1876, Thus giving Excursioni.ts about Six Hours in that delightful Watering Place. FARMS TO
July 7, 1876 - Central Glamorgan Gazette - Bridgend, Mid Glamorgan, Wales