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MISS M. B. WESTWOOD, Member of the London College of Music, and late Professor of Music at Winchester College, Bayswater,

MISS M. B. WESTWOOD, Member of the London College of Music, and late Professor of Music at Winchester College, Bayswater,

will give LESSONS ON THE PIANOFORTE AT ANCHOR HOUSE, BRIDGEND. FOR TERMS, TESTIMONLLIS, ETC., APPLY AS ABOVE. N.B.—Miss M. B. W. will visit Maesteg on Thursdays. 6658
July 28, 1876 - Central Glamorgan Gazette - Bridgend, Mid Glamorgan, Wales
 
6 - A - MBRIA COLLEGE ECHOOL, BRIDGEND PRINCIPAL :—REV. J. P. JONES, (Late Principal of Newtown College School). IMHE

6 - A - MBRIA COLLEGE ECHOOL, BRIDGEND PRINCIPAL :—REV. J. P. JONES, (Late Principal of Newtown College School). IMHE

COURSE of STUDIES includes English, 1 Latin, _Greek, Fren.ch, Mathematics, Science, dm. Thorough preparation guaranteed for Law, Medical, College, Oxford and Cambridge, Local and other Examinations. Superior School premises. New pupils admitted at any time. SCHOOL DUTIES will be
July 28, 1876 - Central Glamorgan Gazette - Bridgend, Mid Glamorgan, Wales
 
Xolia Mangan, BRIDGEND P 14',71Y SESSIONS.

Xolia Mangan, BRIDGEND P 14',71Y SESSIONS.

Xolia Mangan, BRIDGEND P 1 4',71Y SESSIONS. SATURDAY.—Hefore Rev. C. H. Knight (in the chair), and Mr. P. Price. TUE DRUREW LIST. Patrick Sullivan, of Ma-slog, labourer, was charged with being drunk. He said in answer to the charge, " I was not sober." Fined 10d. and 9s. 2d. cost
September 29, 1876 - Central Glamorgan Gazette - Bridgend, Mid Glamorgan, Wales
 
IMPORTANT EDUCATIONAL MEET

IMPORTANT EDUCATIONAL MEET

ING AT MAESTEG. On Monday evening the workmen in the employ of the Llynvi, Tondo, and Ogmore Iron and Company held a general meeting, for the purpose •f receiving the reports and accounts of the schools. Mr. John Leviers was unanimously voted to the chair. The subject for consid
September 29, 1876 - Central Glamorgan Gazette - Bridgend, Mid Glamorgan, Wales
 
IMPARTIAL. CLUBS ATTACHED TO HOTELS.

IMPARTIAL. CLUBS ATTACHED TO HOTELS.

A case of some novelty and interest has just been disposed of by the Swansea magistrates. Mr. Frederick Birks. of the George hotel, Mumblzr; was summoned for refacing to admit the police. P.C. David Hibbert deposed that at a late hoer on theinight of the 9th instant, seeing a li
September 29, 1876 - Central Glamorgan Gazette - Bridgend, Mid Glamorgan, Wales
 
PROVINCIAL MARKETS.

PROVINCIAL MARKETS.

At Gloucester and Worcester markets on the 23rd„ wheat maintained its value. Barley unaltered, with little doing. Oats and beans quite as dear. Peas rather higher. Maize less in request. During the present week, little wheat has changed hands, for spring corn we have experienced
September 29, 1876 - Central Glamorgan Gazette - Bridgend, Mid Glamorgan, Wales
 
SCAB IN SHEEP.

SCAB IN SHEEP.

SCAS IN SHEritr.—Mr. Helix, of Great Conned, near Sudbury, to have discovered a sedan remedpagainst t his tomplaint, which has been ens . i cessful n 100,000 cases during the last six years. Mr. Hart has received many testimonials from those who have tried his composition. Among
September 29, 1876 - Central Glamorgan Gazette - Bridgend, Mid Glamorgan, Wales
 
CENTRAL GLAMORGAN GAZETTE IS PUBLISHES) EVERY FRIDAY A FTERNOON AT THE Offices: QUEEN STREET, BRIDGEND. It is the Only Paper

CENTRAL GLAMORGAN GAZETTE IS PUBLISHES) EVERY FRIDAY A FTERNOON AT THE Offices: QUEEN STREET, BRIDGEND. It is the Only Paper

published within • radius of 20 miles of Bridgcnd, and is the acknowledged medium for advertisers in Central Glamorgan.
September 29, 1876 - Central Glamorgan Gazette - Bridgend, Mid Glamorgan, Wales
 
MORFA VILLA, ?A 118. ROBERTS receives a limited number of YOUNG LADIES to be in;tructed in al the ',ranches of

MORFA VILLA, ?A 118. ROBERTS receives a limited number of YOUNG LADIES to be in;tructed in al the ',ranches of

a sound and liberal Education. The next School Term will commence on TOMPAT, SEPTEMBER 11th. Lessuns given on the Pianoforte Harp Harmonium, and Organ. Ger P'rench, awl Drawing.
September 29, 1876 - Central Glamorgan Gazette - Bridgend, Mid Glamorgan, Wales
 
NOTICE. GENTLEMEN, TRADESMEN, AND THE I INHABITANTS OF ID AND ITS DISTIfICT. D. HARRIS, BUILDER, tee., COITY-ROAD, BRIDGEND, Has opened

NOTICE. GENTLEMEN, TRADESMEN, AND THE I INHABITANTS OF ID AND ITS DISTIfICT. D. HARRIS, BUILDER, tee., COITY-ROAD, BRIDGEND, Has opened

Business as above, and is ready to execute any that he may receive in the various I-ranches of the Building Trade and also as UNDERTAKER. Any Ordeis minuted to his care will be exccuted with neatness and economy, and he therefore respectfully a obits a share of public patronage.
September 29, 1876 - Central Glamorgan Gazette - Bridgend, Mid Glamorgan, Wales