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Denbighshire Free Press

Denbighshire Free Press Denbighshire, Wales

29 Apr 1899

rtranger little for you, Mra. J. me. introduce Mr. Wiggina, whom I hare per•uaded to take hie chance and pot-luck with u». I hope you wont •tarre him, eh, ny lore ? .. . Mrs. Jones (curteaying); There a“° that, Mr. Wiggina—l got huehande telegram in time

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North Wales Weekly News

North Wales Weekly News Denbighshire, Wales

14 May 1964

lirso: Mrs. 0. W. Jones and Mrs. M. Hartley beat Mrs J. Hughes and Mrs. H. Griffiths 2 up; Mrs. J. Bellis and Mrs. T. W. Johnson beat Miss P. Griffiths and Mrs. M. Lloyd- Jones 2 and 1; Mrs, G. Jones and Miss M. Lea beat Mrs. M. Bannister and Mrs. E. Symon

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Denbighshire Free Press

Denbighshire Free Press Denbighshire, Wales

2 Apr 1892

book was received ; Mrs Laird, whose name wae signed on the cheque ; Detective-Sergeant Gallagher, and other witnesses, to substantiate this statement. Mrs Laird, cross-examined Mr J E Bankes, who appeared fur the defence, laid it was true that a quantity

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Denbighshire Free Press

Denbighshire Free Press Denbighshire, Wales

18 Nov 1899

minister to young lady,daughter tlie neighbouring laird. It was the custom in this and in other Scotoit parishes for the minister to how to the laird'« |iew before beginning his discourse. On one occasion the contained a bevy of ladies, and (lie minister

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Wrexham Guardian and Denbighshire and Flintshire Advertiser

Wrexham Guardian and Denbighshire and Flintshire Advertiser Denbighshire, Wales

6 Aug 1870

company ;—Mr., Mrs., and Miss Butler Lloyd, Mr. Edward Williams, Mr. Thompson, Mr. and Mrs. Potts, Rev. G. Salisbury, Mr. G. IE Crump, Mr., 'ANS:, Misses, Mr. Henry and Mr. It. 'Provos Roper, Mr. and Mrs. Scott, Mir. and

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North Wales Weekly News

North Wales Weekly News Denbighshire, Wales

17 Jan 1963

Wynne; Mrs. Williams, Joan. Gwyneth and Gordon; Col and Mrs. C. B. Arnold; Louie Dicken; Mrs. Withecomlx Mr. and Mrs. Fraser and Katherine; Mr. and Mrs. Musgrave. Alma and Bill; Fanny and Percy; Mrs. W. Reese and Mrs. Jones; Mr. and Mrs. Seage; View article

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Wrexham Guardian and Denbighshire and Flintshire Advertiser

Wrexham Guardian and Denbighshire and Flintshire Advertiser Denbighshire, Wales

3 Aug 1872

A thorough Liverpool savago—Michael Connell, dock labourer —went home from work week ago, and, finding his wife liqnor, left and gut drunk. On his return he brutally kicked the woman because refused to give him some money, and she died from rupture of

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North Wales Weekly News

North Wales Weekly News Denbighshire, Wales

7 Jun 1979

a year after Mr. 82021* OKA 7 Mr. Saltrese said that he inside the submarine. at CaMnsell Lairds, Saacese saw it ll from was remembered being to op= the orders. about the original broad- been taken off coveted by • contact Cammell Laird's yard. • See

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Denbighshire Free Press

Denbighshire Free Press Denbighshire, Wales

7 Jan 1911

heart. Inapite of his failure as • business men, Janet knew that Angus in his heart found it difficult to understand how a mere City merchant dare shew a Lowrie, of Deeside. the door. let alone scornfully refuse to accept him as his daughter's suitor

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Denbighshire Free Press

Denbighshire Free Press Denbighshire, Wales

23 Feb 1901

n. Lady Olivia Fitzpatrick, silver sugar basin, cream jug, and tongs. Ceneral suit Mrs Mostyn, silver ealeudar frame. Mr and Mrs Mills, diamond bow pin. Mr and Lady Sophie Montgomerie, diamond bow brooch. Major •id Mrs John Rose, old anal box. Mr 1) Malone

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Denbighshire Free Press

Denbighshire Free Press Denbighshire, Wales

4 Aug 1900

preville and Mrs Willie Grenfell, exceeded by that of consecrated Sisters Parish Couucil. I Lady De Trafford, Sir Edward Hamilton, of Charity, but lam RUM if they see these Mr Pugh :I am only making a personal Mrs Adair, and Lady Limerick, Lady lines they

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Denbighshire Free Press

Denbighshire Free Press Denbighshire, Wales

3 Aug 1901

the midst of his efforts to please his fine May-mother, the door opened eg0, and Lady Ethel entered the roses. CRAMP!: LXtT. A CV:SHAD 1 LOW AR. Lady Wahlreve looked up at the beautiful woman with a smile. I son iwa given In poetry, Lady Elliel,' sloe

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Denbighshire Free Press

Denbighshire Free Press Denbighshire, Wales

8 Dec 1900

eanittestleks, Mr and Mn 1, euullffp. Silver entre dishes, Mr Arthur Cunliffe. Letter box, Bradshaw ease, etc., Mr T W Young. Silver cream jug, Mr and Mrs Pani• I JODCIII. Boa Lon dishes, Mr and Mrs Jicebert Hope. Paper knife. Mrs Morris. Culbertla, Mr and Mrs

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Denbighshire Free Press

Denbighshire Free Press Denbighshire, Wales

7 Jan 1888

MARVELLOUS ESCAPE. A Dutchman was relating his marvellous 0111 from drowning, when thirteen of his compel were lost by the upsetting of a boat and he saved. And how did you escape their fate! &Mimi of his hearers. I tai not go lo the pots, was the

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Denbighshire Free Press

Denbighshire Free Press Denbighshire, Wales

24 Aug 1901

258: the third being Mr D A Thomas, Merthyr, with 271. Mr A Osmond Williams (Merionethshire), is fifth on the Welsh list with the creditable figure of 248. Mr Mose, who after last session was taken to task by his constituents for his lack of attendance

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Denbighshire Free Press

Denbighshire Free Press Denbighshire, Wales

20 Aug 1904

journeys. In his later years the old recotlections of hoe trivets became his dearest possession, and he nevi r tired of relatifs/ hi expert/races to anyone who would listen. T 4) mentign tide same of soother trim or locality was Anch to start him on his rein

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Denbighshire Free Press

Denbighshire Free Press Denbighshire, Wales

10 Oct 1885

Having nn son to perpetuate his name, he chooses the form of nobility that will enable his daughter to hold on to the title anti lime Male descendant succeeds to it. Wolseley probably the honour on his own account, but his evidently tratelled further

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North Wales Weekly News

North Wales Weekly News Denbighshire, Wales

19 May 1977

conducted by Mr David Owen and accom panists were Mr. Harry Owens, Mrs. Gwen Thome and Mrs. Namor Williams. PRIZEWINNERS at Darby and Joan Club of Thursday were Mrs. Mackla tosh, Mrs. Roberts, Glaa rafon; Mr. Sutton, Mrs Williams, Maes yr Henar, Mr. Roberts

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Denbighshire Free Press

Denbighshire Free Press Denbighshire, Wales

6 Oct 1900

a poor ow. sneered Blandon. lie eras thoroughly aroused P.m the more so that his attentions to the young lady in question had not born estisely promoted by real to obey his father. 'I think you do her on injustice there,' tuned l'algrare. hastily. 1

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North Wales Weekly News

North Wales Weekly News Denbighshire, Wales

22 May 1980

GATE KIOSK RELIEF of humour. * Daily 6 p.m.-8 p.m., 10 a.m.-8 p.m. Sundays If you think you fit our bill, contact Mr. James R. Hendry LADIES TOILET (Branch Manager), GKN Autoparts, Builder Street West, ATTENDANT Llandudno. Tel: 78062/3 2 p.m.-6 p.m. daily

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