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.THE PARK SLIP EXPLOSION

.THE PARK SLIP EXPLOSION

The agitation produced in the life of the neighbourhood by the terrible disaster at the Park Slip Colliery is with the lapse of time gradually beginning to subside, though the anguish it has left in many a sorrowing house!. old will probably never be assuaged. The gruesome but n
September 9, 1892 - Bridgend Chronicle, Cowbridge, Llantrisant, and Maesteg Advertiser - Bridgend, Mid Glamorgan, Wales
 
THE APTOMMAS CONCERT.

THE APTOMMAS CONCERT.

The concert given by Mr and Mrs Aptommas at the Bridgend Town Hall on Wednesday evening has been instrumental in increasing the relief fund to the extent of £l3 15s. The services of these distinguished artistes was given gratuitously.
September 9, 1892 - Bridgend Chronicle, Cowbridge, Llantrisant, and Maesteg Advertiser - Bridgend, Mid Glamorgan, Wales
 
PIA UDENTIAL A SSURANCE.

PIA UDENTIAL A SSURANCE.

We are given to understand that the officials of the Prudential Assurance Company have ascertained the total number of claims falling due upon the explosion. It appears that on the morning of the explosion, when it was thought that all the mc n in the mine were killed, that the
September 9, 1892 - Bridgend Chronicle, Cowbridge, Llantrisant, and Maesteg Advertiser - Bridgend, Mid Glamorgan, Wales
 
FINANCES.

FINANCES.

The Clerk reported there was a balance in the hands of the treasurer of .E2B 16s. All the polishes had paid in their calls with the exception of Llandough £9 18s 7d, and Llangan Li 14s 3d, due the 26th August. With regard to the grant from the County Council in respect of the ma
September 9, 1892 - Bridgend Chronicle, Cowbridge, Llantrisant, and Maesteg Advertiser - Bridgend, Mid Glamorgan, Wales
 
COWBRIDGE SCHOOL BOARD.

COWBRIDGE SCHOOL BOARD.

The ordinary monthly meeting of the Board was held on Saturday in last week. The Rev o,Jones presided, and there were also present :- Rev D. Bowen, and Mr Lewis Jenkins.—A letter'was read from Mr W. A. James stating that he and Mr Huntley had anticipated the work done by Messrs
September 9, 1892 - Bridgend Chronicle, Cowbridge, Llantrisant, and Maesteg Advertiser - Bridgend, Mid Glamorgan, Wales
 
CRAIG-LAS FARM, NEAR BLACKMILL. TO LET with Early Possession, this well-kept I. Pasture Farm, together with the Common pasture rights.

CRAIG-LAS FARM, NEAR BLACKMILL. TO LET with Early Possession, this well-kept I. Pasture Farm, together with the Common pasture rights.

The Stock, Crops, Implements, &c, to be taken at Valuation. Rent, £lOO per annum. Apply to M. Davies, Auctioneer, Bridgend, or Mr Thomas, on the Farm.
September 9, 1892 - Bridgend Chronicle, Cowbridge, Llantrisant, and Maesteg Advertiser - Bridgend, Mid Glamorgan, Wales
 
QOYTRAHENE SAW MILLS. Carpentry work made on the premises and coffins. Sawing to order.—Apply to David Howell.

QOYTRAHENE SAW MILLS. Carpentry work made on the premises and coffins. Sawing to order.—Apply to David Howell.

September 9, 1892 - Bridgend Chronicle, Cowbridge, Llantrisant, and Maesteg Advertiser - Bridgend, Mid Glamorgan, Wales
 
DILLIARD BAGATELLE FOR SALE; Large 1) size, 12 by 4; cost when new, £3O; only wants new cloth; Price, £7.—Tiger

DILLIARD BAGATELLE FOR SALE; Large 1) size, 12 by 4; cost when new, £3O; only wants new cloth; Price, £7.—Tiger

Inn, Neath.
September 9, 1892 - Bridgend Chronicle, Cowbridge, Llantrisant, and Maesteg Advertiser - Bridgend, Mid Glamorgan, Wales
 
LOST, August 24th, at Bridgend, a small brown SPANIEL, answering to "Phyllis," with "A. Phillips" engraved on collar.—Whoever will bring

LOST, August 24th, at Bridgend, a small brown SPANIEL, answering to "Phyllis," with "A. Phillips" engraved on collar.—Whoever will bring

the same to Cefnglas House, Bridgend, will be r2warded.
September 9, 1892 - Bridgend Chronicle, Cowbridge, Llantrisant, and Maesteg Advertiser - Bridgend, Mid Glamorgan, Wales
 
A BRIDGEND LICENSING EXTENSION.

A BRIDGEND LICENSING EXTENSION.

At Bridgend Police-court on Monday, Mr R. C. Griffiths applied for an hour's extension for the Star Inn, on the occasion of the annual supper of the Bridgend Cricket Ulub.—Mr C. P. Davis said he thought three hours was quite time enough in which to hold the dinner.—Mr Griffiths:
October 21, 1892 - Bridgend Chronicle, Cowbridge, Llantrisant, and Maesteg Advertiser - Bridgend, Mid Glamorgan, Wales