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GLAMORGANSHIRE. To Timber Mere.lutnts, Colliery Proprietors and Others. r R. ROBERT EVANS is commissioned J‘ k_ to SELL by AUCTION,

GLAMORGANSHIRE. To Timber Mere.lutnts, Colliery Proprietors and Others. r R. ROBERT EVANS is commissioned J‘ k_ to SELL by AUCTION,

on THURSDAY, the '29th of APRIL, 1869, at the White Lion Inn, Maesteg, the following valuable POLES, &c., viz.: About 15 acres of Oak, Larch, Beech, and other Poles, in one Lot, and for Cash. The above are of 40 years growth, and standing and growing on Troedyrhiew Farm, Llangyn
April 16, 1869 - Central Glamorgan Gazette - Bridgend, Mid Glamorgan, Wales
 
BRIDGEND PERMANENT BENEFIT BUILDING SOCIETY. ESTABLISHED 1865. Trustees. James Brogden, Esq., Tondu. Lieut.-Col. Morse, Glanogwr. Henry John Randall, Esq., Bridgend.

BRIDGEND PERMANENT BENEFIT BUILDING SOCIETY. ESTABLISHED 1865. Trustees. James Brogden, Esq., Tondu. Lieut.-Col. Morse, Glanogwr. Henry John Randall, Esq., Bridgend.

Thomas George Smith, Esq., Bridgend. Directors. Mr. Wm. Jenkins, Angeltown (Chairman). Mr. John Martin, Bridgend, Draper. Mr. John Herdman, Mining Engineer, Bridgend. Mr. WM. Williams, Bridgend, Ironmonger. Mr. T. T. Thomas, Implement Manufacturer, Brid- Mr. W. Austin, Schoolmas
April 16, 1869 - Central Glamorgan Gazette - Bridgend, Mid Glamorgan, Wales
 
LAWES' MANURES WERE the first Chemical Manures manufactured and introduced, and have been in use for 28 with great success.

LAWES' MANURES WERE the first Chemical Manures manufactured and introduced, and have been in use for 28 with great success.

LAWES' PATENT TURNIP MANURE. DISSOLVED BONES. LAWES' SUPERPHOSPHATE OF LIME. LAWES' WHEAT, BARLEY, GRASS, AND MANGEL MANURE.S, CONCENTRATED CORN AND GRASS MANURES. AGENTS:— Mr. J. M. Hall, Cardiff, Cowbridge, and Bridgend. J. P. Edwards, Kering Hill, Pyle, and Aberavon. Mr. Jame
April 16, 1869 - Central Glamorgan Gazette - Bridgend, Mid Glamorgan, Wales
 
MANURE SEASON, 1869. H. MATTHEWS' DUNEALL MANURES. SPENCE BROTHERS, BRIDGWATER. WORKS: DUPTBALL. OFFICES: BRIDGWATER. ALL COMMUNICATIONS TO BE ADDRESSED TO

MANURE SEASON, 1869. H. MATTHEWS' DUNEALL MANURES. SPENCE BROTHERS, BRIDGWATER. WORKS: DUPTBALL. OFFICES: BRIDGWATER. ALL COMMUNICATIONS TO BE ADDRESSED TO

THE AGENT; MR. THOMAS CULVERWELL, LLWYNHELIG HOUSE, COWBRIDGE. H. MATTHEWS' SUPERPHOSPHATES. H. MATTHEWS' BLOOD MANURES. H. MATTHEWS' ROOT MANURES. H. MATTHEWS' MANGOLD MANURES. H. MATTHEWS' CONCENTRATED MANURES. H. MATTHEWS' CORN MANURES AND TOP DRESSING. The above Manures can
April 16, 1869 - Central Glamorgan Gazette - Bridgend, Mid Glamorgan, Wales
 
education.

education.

Antica. p SHIP INN, ALE, STOUT AND PORTER STORES, BRIDGEND. WILLIAM HOPKIN SIIPPLIES Messrs. Davis and Strangman's celebrated IRISH STOUT and PORTER to the Trade and Private Cu stomers at Brewery Prices. Particulars as to Quality and Price may be obtained upon application. In ad
February 12, 1869 - Central Glamorgan Gazette - Bridgend, Mid Glamorgan, Wales
 
NOBLE CONDUCT OP A SEAMAN.

NOBLE CONDUCT OP A SEAMAN.

A report from Weymouth states that the Amelia, North German brig, from Havre for St. Thomas (ballast) came on shore on the Peeble Beach, Portland. Eight of her crew were hail( d on by the rocket spparatus, the other two having jumped overboard in the hope of getting up the beach
February 12, 1869 - Central Glamorgan Gazette - Bridgend, Mid Glamorgan, Wales
 
SACRED ANTIQUITIES (0

SACRED ANTIQUITIES (0

The church Inventories, writes a correspondent from Madrid, have been concluded, except in one or two places. They reveal some curious facts. Deception and superstition seem to have gone hand in hand. Even royalty itself seems to have been as much "gulled" as any of the ignorant
February 12, 1869 - Central Glamorgan Gazette - Bridgend, Mid Glamorgan, Wales
 
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February 12, 1869 - Central Glamorgan Gazette - Bridgend, Mid Glamorgan, Wales
 
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COWBRIDGE COUNTY COURT. FRIDAY. —Before Judge Falconer. The hi-monthly sitting A this town, took place in the Town-hall, on Friday last, when the business was of more than ordinary interest There were about 85 plaints entered; and 2 commitment summonses. JOHN POWELL EDWARDS tLTH
February 12, 1869 - Central Glamorgan Gazette - Bridgend, Mid Glamorgan, Wales
 
VP TRAINR-..-ININDAY. I DOWN TRAINR-SUN:

VP TRAINR-..-ININDAY. I DOWN TRAINR-SUN:

VP TRAINR-..-ININDAY. I TRAINR-SUN: STARTING FROM New Milford' Havlordweat Carmarthen Lianally ' Swans;a I Laudore I Llausamlet Neath Briton Ferry Port Talbot Pyle Bridgend Pencoed Llantrissant Peterston St. Pagans Ely Cardiff Newport Chepstow Gloucester Paddington 123 1 2 3 STAR
February 12, 1869 - Central Glamorgan Gazette - Bridgend, Mid Glamorgan, Wales