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BRIDGEND.

BRIDGEND.

'i.BRIDGEN. . DISTIIOTCT HIGHWAY 0 BOARD.-An adjonrned meetkn: .of 'isbhdywas bhld ion; Saturday,! when J.. C. Nicholl; 'Esq,. chairziuan), presiiedaiand .there, WaS a tolerably frJI. ':ttendance of guardiane.,, The meeting. had been specially adjourned, in order to see..whether
June 14, 1869 - Western Mail - Cardiff, Glamorgan, Wales
 
CARDIFF.

CARDIFF.

CATRDIFF. ASSAULT BY A STEPSON.-At the Borough Police-court fa yesterday, before Messrs. W. D. Bushell and Alderman R Pride, a young man named James Nolan, who had been h, previously convicted, was charged with assaulting Ellen bl Nolan. tflie complainant, whose face bore conspic
June 9, 1869 - Western Mail - Cardiff, Glamorgan, Wales
 
NEWNHAM COUNTY COURT.—YESTERDAY.

NEWNHAM COUNTY COURT.—YESTERDAY.

-EWNVNAM COUNTY COURT.-YESTERDAY. (Defore CHARLES SU.MNER, Esq., Judige.) 5 O SENDING FICTITIOUS SaIJOONSES. tit In appearislg before the Judge, AV. Anstie, a draper, th, tarrying on business at Gloucester, plaintiff in an action, te' ancd who sesit a fictitious document, purport
June 9, 1869 - Western Mail - Cardiff, Glamorgan, Wales
 
LATEST SPORTING INTELLIGENCE.

LATEST SPORTING INTELLIGENCE.

| I WORCESTE R RACES.-THUsoRSAY. BassREIuIsy IOOSBIOT FLATH. ?? Bedmaker ?? For ran. HURDLe. Black Prince ?? ?? Joey ?? l ?? - :2 Gns"D A"UAL STsi'LEUCiASH. ?? . ?? ?? Philosopher ?? 3 Four rae, Maid of O r l e ?? Souveraqin .2 c ?? . ?? Sevcn rau. o Im ?? PLAT.M.s Plamaed ?? 1 ?
November 5, 1869 - Western Mail - Cardiff, Glamorgan, Wales
 
SINGULAR ACTION FOR BREACH OF PROMISE.

SINGULAR ACTION FOR BREACH OF PROMISE.

SINGULAR ACTION FOR BRE ACH OF PROMIMTh t( On Wednesday, a singular action for breach of promise O was tried in the Court of Exchequer, before Mr, Baron p] Martin and a common jury. The case was singuhlr in two reepects-the age of the parties, and it being the first occasion at W
November 5, 1869 - Western Mail - Cardiff, Glamorgan, Wales
 
LATEST SPORTING INTELLIGENCE.

LATEST SPORTING INTELLIGENCE.

I- SPORTING ANNOTATIONS.' 0- VICTORIA CLUB, LONDON, MO0NDAY MORNING. ?? autumnal series of Nowmarket meetings commences -mrow(usday), and the racing ait the turf mectro- polis tbis week will indeed bc important, as it will not only ~11a1fect n~ext year's Doirby, hut throw ai lig-
September 28, 1869 - Western Mail - Cardiff, Glamorgan, Wales
 
HISTORICAL NOTES.

HISTORICAL NOTES.

HlISTORICAL NOTES- THE BATTLE OF ST. FAGAN'S, 16-18. St. Fagan's is a small11 Village On the river Ely, a few A miles from Cardiff, and is celebrated in tllebistory of GI1 a-acre mogn Wnacont of a sanguinary engagement fought oe bere', uinder the Cromwellian era, being May the 8t
October 9, 1869 - Western Mail - Cardiff, Glamorgan, Wales
 
THE CONSERVATIVE LAND SOCIETY.

THE CONSERVATIVE LAND SOCIETY.

THE CONSERVATIVE LAN SOCIEY.TY At the sixty-eighth quarterly insisting siP the mem lbers,. hold onl the 4thl intanit, Viscount Ilanelagh in the ch'cir,.thie report of tlio ?? COmmLittee St;Lteid that the, ?? for the four quarters of the post year ?? ?? thle granid total to Michal
October 9, 1869 - Western Mail - Cardiff, Glamorgan, Wales
 
THE REPORTED LOSS OF THE RED [ill].

THE REPORTED LOSS OF THE RED [ill].

7-- - - -= THE REPORTED LOSS, 'OF THE RED JACKFJ'S (BY TEL5 pe' O)ne of the owners ot thne Tte' a Jacket has examinedI sonic .pieces of the wrleck wa~shed Ohmre near Emxaouth. ane'i tele- graphlsa0 followvs:-" H.dO-J boardi is ship's. P,?ilaileler wreck lars." In reference to the
October 9, 1869 - Western Mail - Cardiff, Glamorgan, Wales
 
PETROLEUM.

PETROLEUM.

. " ' Petroleum,' for the purposes of this Act, shall inclaed . any product thereof that gives off an inflammable vapour at a temperature of less than one hundred degrees of lahren- heit's thermometer." Such was the simple phraseology of the first Petroleum Act, passed in 1862.
October 9, 1869 - Western Mail - Cardiff, Glamorgan, Wales