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TO BE LET, a HOUSE, formerly used as a Public-house, and known as the "Five Bells," situateat in the Town

TO BE LET, a HOUSE, formerly used as a Public-house, and known as the "Five Bells," situateat in the Town

of Bridgend, containing 2 Parlours, Kitchen, 3 Bedrooms, and a Long Room on the upper storey; Brewhouse, Stable, and a good supply of Water. Also, a good Cellar; Gas laid on the Premises. A suitable House for a Schoolmaster. Rent moderate.—Apply to Mr. Jottsr, Painter, &e., Caro
February 25, 1870 - Central Glamorgan Gazette - Bridgend, Mid Glamorgan, Wales
 
GLENFIELD STARCH, Is the only kind used in Her Majesty's Laundry - THOSE LAmrs nho have not yet used the

GLENFIELD STARCH, Is the only kind used in Her Majesty's Laundry - THOSE LAmrs nho have not yet used the

GLEN FIELD are respectfully solicited to give it a trial, and carefully follow out the directions printed on every package, it is lather more difficult to make than other Starches, hut hen this is overcome, they tinlsay like the Queen's Laundress, that it is thu t Starch they ev
February 25, 1870 - Central Glamorgan Gazette - Bridgend, Mid Glamorgan, Wales
 
%oral fim.

%oral fim.

%oral GREEN GATE FARM. —This farm, situated near Southerndovrn,was sold at the Wyndham Arms, on Saturday last by Mr. Robert Evans ' for £1,250, this bid being made by Mr. R. Williams, the tenant. TO CHELTENHAM, ETC.— On Saturday, the 26th inst., an excursion train will rlin front
August 18, 1871 - Central Glamorgan Gazette - Bridgend, Mid Glamorgan, Wales
 
gotta titelligenct,

gotta titelligenct,

BRIDGEND-POLICE COURT. SAIrRDAY. - Before R. Franklyn, Esq., (chairman), Major Tubervill, and Col. Morse. INDECENT ASSAULT. Thomas Lloyd, a farmer of Pwllyvelin, was charged by Elizabeth Jenkins; wife of Richard Jenkins, Glynogwr, with assaulting her in an indecent manner. The c
August 18, 1871 - Central Glamorgan Gazette - Bridgend, Mid Glamorgan, Wales
 
PORTHCAWL.

PORTHCAWL.

TRADE OF THE PORT.—Last Saturday afternoon saw us cleared out to two ships, viz., Constance Ellen (the new vessel being fitted out), and John Brogth n (laying up for repairs). There was consequently nothing doing or in hand to do. On Sunday a few vessels came in, followed on Mon
August 18, 1871 - Central Glamorgan Gazette - Bridgend, Mid Glamorgan, Wales
 
'Wonllamas znit Altstrirt.

'Wonllamas znit Altstrirt.

The marriage Alice G. Canning, eldest daughter of Mr. G. Canning, of Hartpway Court, Gloucestershire, to Mr, W. Crawshay, of Dean Hall, near Newnhani, was celebrated at St. Peter's Church, Gloucester, on Wednesday, amidst much rejoicing. RAILWAY Ammar'. On Wednesday a serious ra
August 18, 1871 - Central Glamorgan Gazette - Bridgend, Mid Glamorgan, Wales
 
MARRIAGE

MARRIAGE

------- - TitollAs--losts—August 13, at Narberth, by the Rev. I). Edwards, Hr. T. H. 'Thomas, Ewenuy Bridgend, to Hiss L. Jones, Mill, Gower, Swansea. DEATHS. ugmt In, at Amrth-street,Bridgend, Mr. Richard Leyshon, aged 44—deeply regretted Ltovn---On the 12th inst., after a ling
August 18, 1871 - Central Glamorgan Gazette - Bridgend, Mid Glamorgan, Wales
 
qiiErN.FI.ELD STARCH , , Is the only kind used in • Her Majesty's Laundry Timm ' have not yet used

qiiErN.FI.ELD STARCH , , Is the only kind used in • Her Majesty's Laundry Timm ' have not yet used

the Guts araac re t i rs;iesFiechfully solicited to give it a trial, and, out the directions printed on every _lt iv rather mere difficult to make than other StaisheS, but when this is overcome, they trill say like the • Queen'e Laundress that it is the finest Stsich they ever u
August 18, 1871 - Central Glamorgan Gazette - Bridgend, Mid Glamorgan, Wales
 
THE WEIGHBRIDGE 11HE BRIDGEND LOCAL 'BOARD of 1. HEALTH informs the Public that the TOWN WEIGHBRIDGE will be LET to

THE WEIGHBRIDGE 11HE BRIDGEND LOCAL 'BOARD of 1. HEALTH informs the Public that the TOWN WEIGHBRIDGE will be LET to

the highest Bidder from the 12th of SEPTEMBER NEXT, for the ensuing year, ending 12th 1872, subject to the inspeotion of the Board, kor further information and conditions, apply to the Clerk of the Board. The Tenders to be sent in, sealed, on or the 30th inst. MORGAN PHILLIPS, C
August 18, 1871 - Central Glamorgan Gazette - Bridgend, Mid Glamorgan, Wales
 
§irtito, Warriageg, ratti panto.

§irtito, Warriageg, ratti panto.

[No announcements can attended to unless properly in ,[l, 'ntieatoa : end Mo., rontoininu the words "No cards" are charred for as advertisements.' BIRTHS. ROOKER. 21. the wife of Thomas W. Rooker, PHILLIPS.—JniV 26, the wife of Mr. Wm. Phillips, rnaltster, Butchers' Arms, Cowbri
July 28, 1871 - Central Glamorgan Gazette - Bridgend, Mid Glamorgan, Wales