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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

14 Jul 1876

e-ellr J. B. Jena. that Mr Titswitea bed that Mr et was as quailiitt=tatid.dr. It sense GM Kr OWIMs bad signed a kr eons to • pamper. The ' -- I that all be shwa by slaw Its Ended allow_ Jaw. of Town. or by his dainty, Mr lire, Dards,Mr Griffiths was a fa

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Aberystwyth Times

Aberystwyth Times Cardiganshire, Wales

30 Oct 1868

now so happily existing. His excellency afterwards visited the Exchange, where he was loudly cheered. In the evening Mr Johnson was entertained at a banquet, at which Mr Gladstone and Lord Stanley were amongst the guests. In his speech (referring, of course

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Cambrian News

Cambrian News Cardiganshire, Wales

21 Nov 1879

Tracy, M.P., Mr. David Davies, M.P., Mr. Stuart Randal, the Hun. A. Tracy, Mr. A C. Humphreys-Owen, Mr. E. S. R. Trevor, Major Corbett• Winder, Veynor Park, Mr. Samuel Powell, Mr. W. T. Parker. Mr. Richard Lloyd, Newtown, Mr. Turner. Llwynderw, Mr. IL Morgan

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Cambrian News

Cambrian News Cardiganshire, Wales

16 Apr 1880

ways their joy at the great victory. tabling Mr. awl Mrs Pugh, Mr. and Mrs. Grillth Eva, the whole dietaries into town. The provelon stopper! in • LLAN RHYSTYD. hoot of the Town Hall, end from the Mere Mr. Pogh ELECTION INCIDENTe. and others delivered

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Cambrian News

Cambrian News Cardiganshire, Wales

7 Mar 1863

Emily Cathcart, Ron. Flora Macdonald, and .Hon. Beatrice Syne, Maids of Honour ; Lady Caroline Barrington Waking), lady Charlotte Copley, Lady Sarah liarl. say, Hon. Mrs. G. Campbell, and the lion. Mar. A. Gordon,Women ef the Betichenthar to the Queen

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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

30 Oct 1885

dy. (Hear, hear.) Mr. ALBUM' limed sowndod the Mr. J SMITII (ErAeT) held that it wow aseessary the Lad of this country shield biped on • level with the land in kedge eoustriss, and that the direction in which he leak was to the *his and rates, which amounted

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Cambrian News

Cambrian News Cardiganshire, Wales

10 Oct 1868

, Peniarth and one from Mr J. 0. Humphreys. Mr Humphrey,. says— The Rev. Evan Jones, of Cords, has not answered my letter. . . Should Mr R. Jones fail in this. he will hear shortly from another source. In his first letter Mr Humphrey- rebuked me in

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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

20 Aug 1886

Aberystwyth. Mr Geo. Green, wr the presidsur : stewards, Lord Vaughan. Mr W. It. Powell, Hr C Hairnets, Mr H. Piehards ; the Mews If. H. Davie*, J. Parton. C. K. Whisatley. and P. Dybdl; his, treasurer. Mr A. J. Orris ; hoe. rearetary, Mr IL L Wheatley

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Cambrian News

Cambrian News Cardiganshire, Wales

4 Sep 1874

PM* =- 6. Mr Green, 10 Ng Mr 1 105 Jahn AIMS, 10 33 ;Mr Jehlt Mr Alamos John Dm* 10 38 (a qtneuro) Mr Pew 42 ; Alderman Them Jones, 10 David Sebes% 10 49 ;Mr Jahn Joan (Bridge end), U. Tam present Mr &mph Bram sad Mr D. Lloyd, madam clerks ; Mr Hvith Meshes

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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

30 May 1879

Price, David Lloyd, Dulgrem, Mr T. Lloyd, solicitor. Mr. D. Lloyd, clerk, and Mr. W. Rees, Inspector. Doeientiion. —Mr. T. Lloyd, *elicitor, made the u,u d declaration, and took his seat at the Board. Inspector's Rs rt.—Mr. W. Rem, the inapecter, reported

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Cambrian News

Cambrian News Cardiganshire, Wales

1 Mar 1878

the request of Mr. Bousidl he resumed his.at.—The next speaker woe Mr. Atwood, who maid that Mr. Edwards had moved nn amendment without any reason whatever. —Mr. Edwards Bald really Mr. Atwood ought not to that. His reason for proposing Mr. J34llen wan

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Cambrian News

Cambrian News Cardiganshire, Wales

9 Apr 1880

efficient character. What could Mr. Chita. Wynn think of conetitueuta if he imagined they were likely pr lie gulled by ouch nomeaw se he talked to them. Mr. Stuart lteudel nets egtered the room amidst entlinsiosticcheering, and Mr. th.hurne Misr if= left the

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Cambrian News

Cambrian News Cardiganshire, Wales

1 Oct 1875

'eewell, Mr J. O. Jones, jun.. Fronygog, Machyulletb, Mr Thomas, Cannon, Mr E. Davies, Mr E. Griffiths, Mr John Francis. London, Mr J. S. Hunt, Me F Burman, Mr W, Owen, Mr J. G. Dunne, Mr It. Jones, Graigygronfa, Mr A. Stewart, Mr J. Liversage, View article

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Cambrian News

Cambrian News Cardiganshire, Wales

8 Oct 1864

Owen, yonnge•t son of Mrs Charles Owen Jones, of this town. His officer writes, He was a brave boy, and had en. deared himself to his comrades. 3rd ult., aged 31, at Manchester, Mary, wife of Mr John Arnold, and daughter of Mrs Haswel, Leg-street, Oswestry

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Cambrian News

Cambrian News Cardiganshire, Wales

4 Feb 1898

erace). Mrs Jude n, U.C.W., Mrs Kensit, Mrs Morgan Lewis, Mrs John Uoyd, Mrs David Lloyd, Miss Lloyd, Mrs Levi, Mina Lloyd (Idris House), Miss M. Uoyd (Idris House), Mrs E. Morrie (Pier. street), Mrs Dr ?dorsal', Mrs Morgaa, Mrs D. Morgan. Mr. R. Morgan

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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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