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and will be published at Id. BRIDGEND LOCAL BOARD LOCAL BUILDERS' GRIEVANCES. MAGISTERIAL STRICTURES REPLIED TO. SEWERAGE SCHEME LOAN.

and will be published at Id. BRIDGEND LOCAL BOARD LOCAL BUILDERS' GRIEVANCES. MAGISTERIAL STRICTURES REPLIED TO. SEWERAGE SCHEME LOAN.

The ordinary meeting of the Bridgend Local Board was held on Tuesday evening. Mr Llewellyn Wallington presided, and there were also present Messrs W. M. Richards, E.Rich, M. Davies, W. Francis, D. Lewis, and W. Powell. Mr McGaul attended some time after the commencement of the m
March 30, 1894 - Bridgend Chronicle, Cowbridge, Llantrisant, and Maesteg Advertiser - Bridgend, Mid Glamorgan, Wales
 
THE SURVEYOR'S EXPENDITURE.

THE SURVEYOR'S EXPENDITURE.

The Surveyor, alluding to the complaints made by Mr Powell as to the increase in the labour exdenditure, said he was quite prepared to meet the 'charges' if the board wished it. The members, however, thou_ht it was unneeesary to pursue the matter.
March 30, 1894 - Bridgend Chronicle, Cowbridge, Llantrisant, and Maesteg Advertiser - Bridgend, Mid Glamorgan, Wales
 
ABERKENFIG.

ABERKENFIG.

Thu usual treat in connection with Trinity (CM) Sunday School took place on Good Friday. Before tea a demonstration took place of the scholars with those of Ebenezer Sunday School, together numbering about 500, headed by the Tondu Brass Band, under the leadership of Mr Barton. T
March 30, 1894 - Bridgend Chronicle, Cowbridge, Llantrisant, and Maesteg Advertiser - Bridgend, Mid Glamorgan, Wales
 
NOTICE.

NOTICE.

I beg to inform my friends and the Public generally that there is a (.11ange in the Constitutior of the Firm and business hitherto carried on wider the style of CRAGOE & BROWN, and that henceforth the Firm will be known as BROWN & WILLIAMS, and 1 trust that the patronage extende
March 30, 1894 - Bridgend Chronicle, Cowbridge, Llantrisant, and Maesteg Advertiser - Bridgend, Mid Glamorgan, Wales
 
A BAD BEGINNING.

A BAD BEGINNING.

Last year was one of exceptional dryness, as farmers and other classes of the community remember sadly. But, bad as it was, it comm ence d much tter than 1894. Front the report of Mr. Crookes and Professor Odling on the London Water Supply, it appears that the rainfall last Febr
March 30, 1894 - Bridgend Chronicle, Cowbridge, Llantrisant, and Maesteg Advertiser - Bridgend, Mid Glamorgan, Wales
 
TYTHEGSTONE.

TYTHEGSTONE.

The Rev D Davies, M.A., presided at the Vestry meeting which was held in the evening. The aeeounts for the year were duly passed. The Rev C B Knight was appointed Vicar's; warden. Mr John Williams was appointed layelactor.
March 30, 1894 - Bridgend Chronicle, Cowbridge, Llantrisant, and Maesteg Advertiser - Bridgend, Mid Glamorgan, Wales
 
BRITON FERRY

BRITON FERRY

The annual Easter Vestry meeting was held oar Monday morning at the National Schools, the Vicar presiding. The statement of accounts for the past year was submitted and passed. The churchwardens were appointed, and the following resolution was unacitnously carried.:—" That the b
March 30, 1894 - Bridgend Chronicle, Cowbridge, Llantrisant, and Maesteg Advertiser - Bridgend, Mid Glamorgan, Wales
 
The moat Popular Brand in the Principe.lit, TRY OUR THREE WELSH PRINCES TOBACCO. T. E. JONES, TOBACCO MANUFACTURER ABERAVON, PORT

The moat Popular Brand in the Principe.lit, TRY OUR THREE WELSH PRINCES TOBACCO. T. E. JONES, TOBACCO MANUFACTURER ABERAVON, PORT

TALBOT, The Tobacco manufactured at told Factory is the eat and cheapest in the market.
March 30, 1894 - Bridgend Chronicle, Cowbridge, Llantrisant, and Maesteg Advertiser - Bridgend, Mid Glamorgan, Wales
 
REFORM Np(mssAßy,

REFORM Np(mssAßy,

REFORM But there is another aspect of the question which makes despair impossible. Despite the bickerings of rival clubs and bribed professionals, both cricket, and football are still played for their own sake, from end to end of the country. If Englishmen enjoy the spectacle, it
March 30, 1894 - Bridgend Chronicle, Cowbridge, Llantrisant, and Maesteg Advertiser - Bridgend, Mid Glamorgan, Wales
 
Al' WINCHISTIR.

Al' WINCHISTIR.

At Winchester Colonel Trotter divided his small brigade into two opposing forces, the L.R.B. and the 52d London Rifles combining against the 3rd London, with the advantage of its own two machineguns and six machine-guns belonging to the Tower Hamlets Rifle Brigade. The proceedin
March 30, 1894 - Bridgend Chronicle, Cowbridge, Llantrisant, and Maesteg Advertiser - Bridgend, Mid Glamorgan, Wales