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  • County: Cardiganshire, Wales
  • For Years: 1900 - 1949

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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

6 Aug 1909

graves. Lady (at the station): Can I take the train from here to London Bridge? Ticket Inspector Well, I daresay you may try if von like—the engine generally takes it. The following tale is said to be a kart. A certain Highland laird met one of his gillies

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Cambrian News

Cambrian News Cardiganshire, Wales

31 Jan 1908

Company, Mr John Lloyd, the secretary, Mr Evan Thomas, and Mr John Davies. f TOM the gas works Mr James Evans, Temple Buildings, Mr 'Richard John, borough attrveyor, Mr E D Rees, registrar. Mr Eavies Jones, coachbuilder. Mr Tom Device ,Castle Hotel, Mr David

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Cambrian News

Cambrian News Cardiganshire, Wales

6 May 1904

On Tuesday. April 26t hi , he Rev. W. H. Davies. B.A. curate of Neepurt, Pent., took his departure for his home. Tynypurth, Lledrod, slightly improved health atter his recent infuse, amidst signs of sympathy and regret. During his comparatively brief ministry

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Cambrian News

Cambrian News Cardiganshire, Wales

29 Jul 1904

pisiple's warden, Mr. Webster, and Mr. Kirkby, all of whom were dead. Mr. Biggs,- And nobody has bees appointed in their place? ( anon Fairchild—No. Mr. Guthrie Jones said both Mr. Webster and Mr. Kirby were highly thought of in the .:strict. Mr. James Webster

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Cambrian News

Cambrian News Cardiganshire, Wales

3 Mar 1905

Ave doing Pmt MSS work. The jags had been in the der two or three dam Mr. Rea told his eat he wanted to buy the jugs and be told Mr. Darien Mr. Bea salted again nett that the day Lady Shannon called?— When were you spoken to about them juipt—l beard about

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Cambrian News

Cambrian News Cardiganshire, Wales

11 Feb 1910

Clarke, The College; Mrs. Williems, The Terrace; Mrs Roberta Lies Alwyn Mrs. Wenice__,k Tynddol; Mrs. 'Richard Ilrynewen :acid Mrs. Blokes, Leverpool-terraire..,The eateries were Mr - and Airs. Reek, Chown Hotel. Dancing * followed, Mrs. Churn Haseldine

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Cambrian News

Cambrian News Cardiganshire, Wales

3 Jun 1904

Callon Lloyd-341111 Criecieth HMI 11. T. Hughes, Talsernan. Tito. lady present were Mrs. Holland, Caerdeoon; Cool I 'Lleyol•Evaits, Itroom Hall; Mr. IC Jones' Morris, .1.1'. , Talsarnala ; and Mr. Norris, Friday May V Ileforc John t:. (4reaves. Est., in the

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Cambrian News

Cambrian News Cardiganshire, Wales

18 Nov 1910

Bvylisr Jones, and executed by Mr. Hopkins, bailiff of the Cole Farm. A vote of thanks was accorded on the proposition of Mr. T. J. Samuel, mayor, seconded by Mr. Forett Roberta, to Lady Pryse, Lady Williams, and Mrs. Wynne for performing the opening

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Cambrian News

Cambrian News Cardiganshire, Wales

28 Oct 1910

Ids tide Mr. chid dirk to Mr. Morrie. enMlllMmait of Swindon ; Mr. Meath Mr. J. Swarms ; aaeypr Asir. mg ohtei C. sod Mr. reddest Mika* gad MesaraTeekney, of the laropetor Abeyant* line. ems, the omepany ware net by M l F ile 4 l.towl sad Mr. 16.W.1L

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Cambrian News

Cambrian News Cardiganshire, Wales

21 Jun 1907

on the Ladies' Committee: Mrs Thomas, tirynar:or; Mrs Jones, Gwynfa; Mrs Davies, Rock - street; Mrs Williams, Towyn Park; Mrs Enoch, Church-street ; Mrs Evans, C,ifton; Mrs Evans CM., Francis-street; Mrs James, Tynant; Mrs Evans. Park House; Mrs Evans

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Cambrian News

Cambrian News Cardiganshire, Wales

10 Nov 1905

Chsrelunanship. The Chunk was bautifidly decorated by Mr Sharman bead gardener of Natio Hill; Mrs Lloyd, ;Mr M. Jones and Mrs Jones; Mrs Lloyd. Pentrellyn, and the Misses Loyd; Mr M. T Hughes, Pantmawr ; and Mrs. Macaulay Tyieii7 The beautiful areas on the font

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Cambrian News

Cambrian News Cardiganshire, Wales

23 May 1902

he is vary pew lad* Dr Tawelfan •MrS. Is an bad In a o il; at Gape hsiigsr• Mr J. W. J.P.,l= • Mid sad a w d e wes I Mr bp mom ansmatimble lived, room In •Mr ; lowa pads. warn Mi- to whim lands& la renowned floar Mr J. J. Hoerr Stows the se e Bova

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Cambrian News

Cambrian News Cardiganshire, Wales

16 Sep 1904

indignantly): -Lady'. Who are you culling emnan? What an influent,. difficulty there is getting servants nowadays. said the lady en*. -Oh, we have no difficult about that, emptied the hostess. We had toe different ones last month. Faith Mrs. O'llara,

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Cambrian News

Cambrian News Cardiganshire, Wales

14 Jul 1905

the lease was put in his (debtor's) name and that of Mr Roberts as well. He bad mortgaged. his interest in the quarry to Mr Lowe and deposited the lease as well. He still owed Mr Lowe a balance of £215 and he estimated that 'his (debtor's) share in the

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Cambrian News

Cambrian News Cardiganshire, Wales

10 Feb 1905

to if we are v/4 le disease ladies' us Whew Maesulay--Mit when I make a lady's %Egression, I Malrser—l absati like lamer eh seas ober the be pat es the spina made et Mi l = Mr Mr arillths—likir sake, let me Ch W. laird !item rat. the letter forwarded

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Cambrian News

Cambrian News Cardiganshire, Wales

28 Dec 1900

as lows Harlech, the Char ; *mg. Onidag Lest, Mr & T. Sean; sag, Image the 1t0.e, Mr W. Thomas ad teak ; meg, Hikes. Alarm, Mr Arthur Thomas ; P. Has of Day, Mr D. Lark sad =; song. ?weeder, Mr W. D. Lloyd; chores, Wyr Philktie, the Choir;

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Cambrian News

Cambrian News Cardiganshire, Wales

17 Dec 1909

by the Chairman; so Miss g. J. Jenkins; recitation Mr Idea ng, l Lewis; song (humomusl, Mr li. I). Williams; song, Miss Burbeck; concertina nolo, Mr J. Laird: song Mr 0. Thomas; song thuraorous), Mr D. D. Williams; short address, the Rev J. B. Cores;

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Cambrian News

Cambrian News Cardiganshire, Wales

26 Jul 1901

Puce-Jones, Mr and Mrs Roes Jose* (Cardiff), Mr John Owen (Pb.a Dinam), Mrs T. E. Ellis, Mrs Principal Roberta (Aberystwyth), Miss Ellis (Crags), Captain and Mrs Mytton, Mr Pryce Joins. Mr G. H. Harrison (Welshpool). Mr Chat.. Howell (Welshpool), Mr R. L. Jones

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Cambrian News

Cambrian News Cardiganshire, Wales

15 Mar 1912

n-law). His sisters, Mrs Lewis, London, and Mrs Waters, Talywaun, Pontypool, and brother, Mr E. J. Evans, Colwyn, Bay, were unable to be present. Wreaths and Bond tributes were sent by Miss and Mr Powell, Fromdeg, Llanbadarn Fawr; Mr and Mrs Cbas. Davies

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