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Cambrian News

Cambrian News Cardiganshire, Wales

7 Jan 1876

coal mealtime.. it is, Mr France is not a colliery ngimer, sad abort collieries. Camel Lovett, alter Mr Frauce'a report wan punished, sent for Mr Davie'', and stated that he would never assign a lease of his property so as to admit Mr France iuto any share

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Cambrian News

Cambrian News Cardiganshire, Wales

9 Oct 1874

perfect success. These lady servants, or `lady helps,' or Mrs Crawsbay terms them, require far less waiting on than ordinary servants, hay.ng nothing whatever done fir them except their floors ac oared and grates cleaned. By-and-by Mr Whitely Cooke Taylor

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Cambrian News

Cambrian News Cardiganshire, Wales

9 Apr 1875

Market-sen :re, on the body a male child which had been found lu a &ewer at the resiienee of Mrs Laird. a lady of very respectable position, at lidlle Tue. Mrs Laird stated that she had a houseutud named Fanny Morrie, who had been with h•:r sines November

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Cambrian News

Cambrian News Cardiganshire, Wales

23 Sep 1881

psy far my bills. Tamar : That is a ley bad s Mt look st ear balsa hater is eat Le tke awatry hi lare ewaSitiss. awl at web low rate that sqy hos saws be hies Moe. Ten wage to a tax at lest Ina Ailey a beds as all esselaotand Issue. Yos, yea an *hit sad

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Cambrian News

Cambrian News Cardiganshire, Wales

27 Mar 1908

Alr David Davies. M.P., Mr Vaughan Davies, M.P., Mr J Lloyd Morgan. M.P., Miss E A Carpenter, Mrs T E Ellis, Miss H M Stephen, Principal Roberts, Principal Prys, Mr I) C Roberts, Mr J Mortimer Angus, Mr John Francis, and Mr . Evan Evans. The artistes

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Cambrian News

Cambrian News Cardiganshire, Wales

23 Jul 1864

could. Mr Surtees expressed his approval of the answer of the Chancellor of the Exchequer. Lord R. Montagu did not think Mr Maguire had made out his case. Colonel Dickson was not satisfied with the answer of the Chancellor of the Exchequer. Mr Norris

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Cambrian News

Cambrian News Cardiganshire, Wales

13 Jul 1883

liberated kat A dapotedea Iran the Ainociatica of Municipal Cor- Viza woad apes Mr Haber., i. mr..rai fir felon hea dews th* slits 11111.—The depleted= was de Mr Mr Tows lad Mr Marrises, Taws Clerk d Lida at d wain is a after .error matted • d rata it

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Cambrian News

Cambrian News Cardiganshire, Wales

27 Dec 1878

Darfutoati. JoMk. in your alga fa Ltaesuber, tare is Ada anceuray, Mr. J. was lorassel by &Yuma, th • liar. Jo J hn oe., a.. •resalot la the Bra. S. T. %Vett, , .serat an. Hag oral. Mr. tinilith 1.1 TiViVilW. fa. Wallowing Iswi, in porhability. coma to

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Cambrian News

Cambrian News Cardiganshire, Wales

11 Aug 1882

Mania. Skewsbury; Mr Downes, Cram Arne. Mn Tear, Mr Alfred Taw. Mr Arthur Tsar, Kr Taw, Binnianbon. GMAT DABJEGATE LION RorAz Rom Mr Me &kris (issalsr)— Mr W Mr inns. Mr ; Mr Mr Hmassa rur r Asian= Yeovil. Mr Mr Mr View article

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Cambrian News

Cambrian News Cardiganshire, Wales

26 Feb 1875

couples. Then came hearty volleys of c.beere for Mr J. J. Doman, his father and mother, Mr Pughe, Mr 11. Pughe, Mr Peters, Mr Jarman, the Rev. E. Jones, Mr Ease, Most:awn Mr Evans, The kiln ; the ladies who matte tea, and their assistant', and, again,

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Cambrian News

Cambrian News Cardiganshire, Wales

9 Feb 1894

clock Mrs .wing ir, antique china figure (1600) Mr Widiams and sister, coffee pot Mr 0. SP , ley, silver-topned scent battle Mrs H. Spurgin, opera glasses Mr awl Mrs Reginald Potts, silver box Rev W. arid Mrs Evans, silver backed hair brush Mr and Mrs

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Cambrian News

Cambrian News Cardiganshire, Wales

6 Jun 1884

with the 'Deis& Mr Terse deem repaid, sad it wm agreed h midi Thai. with the of Mr Menem !rate hie paelimestmy aid hi hem yeti. as the Allnestise 111. the mestig apposed his past seeded Mr that the mobiles prey partly dismkpreeed of hi post It wee fair

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Cambrian News

Cambrian News Cardiganshire, Wales

4 Mar 1887

Gladstone presi.ied. Mr Stelae til, Protumor Stoma Mr Stllllllllso, and other members of Parlismesit were preancial, abaci Lally 1/11kr. Lady Cone atom», Shaw•Lefevre, Mr.. Height Liman. Mrs Mundell'', Sir Frederick and Lady Mappici, Mr gelinsalicorat. &c

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Cambrian News

Cambrian News Cardiganshire, Wales

18 May 1877

liras, ram. Mr. Den P. Pry. Mr. J. W. Duellene. Mr. Abet Aping, Madame Valhi anti Mr. Abel Summer, he lotion of regret at rier mnu, prerr were received from Dean Stanley, Mr (AC., M P., Mr. O. Osborne Morgan, .P., Mr. ocean opt, M.P., and from Lady Charlotte

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Cambrian News

Cambrian News Cardiganshire, Wales

7 Mar 1890

do. Mr Courtney then named him, and Mr sinuglar monument of the uprightness of the English Os bu 'rio'd gams clod, endowment was subject to the provoione of that Act. Chairman. Mr Replier, according t o hi e annual W. H. Smith thereuponmoved his and Judges

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Aberystwyth Times

Aberystwyth Times Cardiganshire, Wales

6 Feb 1869

Hughes, Mr Lloyd, Mr Davies, -J £ r i°1es, Mr John Roberts, Mr Jones, The Priory, Mr S. T. Bersham, Mr A. C. Bangh, Bersham, Mr S. P. Williams, Griffith, Trevallyn, Mr W. JacksoB, Mr A. Peel, The Ger- yjn, Mr Kenrick, Mr Wilson, View article

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Cambrian News

Cambrian News Cardiganshire, Wales

8 Aug 1863

Particulars. The bodies have all been recognised, and are as follows:—Mr. John Laird, builder, of Lynn :. Miss Clarke, of Lynn; Mrs. Brown, wife of Mr. W. Brown, builder, of Lym.; Mrs. Clark, of Brandon ; and Miss Palmer, of Walpole. Captain Dennis, of

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Cambrian News

Cambrian News Cardiganshire, Wales

14 Mar 1879

gray. His clothes were once best His tile Was at the ten of style, His vest Was flowered upon his Wesel He then was tail mod slim, His eye Made all the maidens sigh For him— Ose of cherubim. He drove a handsome pair Of ys, Arid all meog ra meg his pales

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Cambrian News

Cambrian News Cardiganshire, Wales

29 Jan 1875

provisions of the new Rating Act. Mr Thraston took the chair, and there were also present Mr R. °blare, Mr Owen Daniel, Mr E. Morgan, Mr Robert Edwards, Mr Rowland Morgan, the Rev. Le Morgan, Mr Win. Evan.; Mr K. Hu,ehes, and Mr D. Evans, asseitaut clerk. The

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Cambrian News

Cambrian News Cardiganshire, Wales

21 Apr 1866

should give it his earnest sod support. (Much cheering.) Mr Stuart Mill was followed by Mr Liddell, Mr ..dale, and Lord R. Montego, and Mr Lain,. who against the Bill, and by Mr Hanbory, Sir P. Gebbernid. and Sir George limy, who supported it. Mr Maguire moved

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