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South Wales Daily News

South Wales Daily News Glamorgan, Wales

20 Sep 1906

hie eatalogne( Mr W. J. Tattle. who beret • teehlbitor wed 31 .Tnnte• and nee ed his prise It) Led ?redeye, Mr 0 C. it rte. (5) Hone power ala erode. (6) Forma rotialhaff itith IS. Ig s. Princess and Cruciform being amend ..d third. - Mr James Howell again

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Western Mail

Western Mail Glamorgan, Wales

5 Oct 1906

MANUA MAN AND HIS MR. LLOYD-GEORGE AND HIS WIPE. LLANELLY SPEECH. POPULAR VERDICT AT THEISRARP REPLY TO AN ANONYMOUS QUARTER, SESSION s. CRITIC. To the Editor of the ' Winters iLLEGATIONS AGAINST A C.O folio« that your london ronwpnu drat in Tour •.1

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Western Mail

Western Mail Glamorgan, Wales

19 May 1906

(Amuck Mist year la g lum. The \Lomat of which the la respect , of the* 14,000. I do not Imes whether dr. his drtohArmlog his duties by reading his county amount., u very potwoble, of course that. of which I oho at power* nrrin no oJeception mil be given

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South Wales Daily News

South Wales Daily News Glamorgan, Wales

2 Apr 1908

friends for their candour. At the Onion at Barry yesterday. the Presiders in his address said sway people that the Cisme did an adequately eessiera ism& with serial It le his. bowers. that tin special duty the was not to engage dined, sealed week. bat

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Merthyr Express

Merthyr Express Glamorgan, Wales

10 Jan 1903

Benjamin Thous Mr WaMo. solo, Mire M. d Torsi ssis. Kies M. A. Price. Mr Darid Bums (a d &hued • so the ?IT d a :az:x.slMir .. imps daring sbe asw Flu us en Mr J. T. Devise Mr D. o Joan, Ni k Mr Philhps, at Loaded. Mr Timed, William mord, sad Mr T. Richards

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Western Mail

Western Mail Glamorgan, Wales

5 Oct 1906

choir toluene. Mr Thomas. the veteran madam the rho,. and Mr. Hash Hashed .ill he the accompanist; wallet the foll.terlag artistes will also tae choir: - m Orme Mop - rano': Dm ' Mall. Preach&le Mr. T. Emma meson; Mr. Todd Joan (tenor): Mr. D. Davies.

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Merthyr Express

Merthyr Express Glamorgan, Wales

19 Oct 1889

MR W. MAI coNsTrruTLAND. AMONI:ST HIS MEETINGS AT BRYNMAWR, 11E.tU. FORT, AND DUKINTOWN. On Monday the hon. member for Lrecoashire, Mr. W. F. Maithad, visited his constituents at Brynmawr. The ken. gentleman, who was accompanied by Mr. I. M. Warmington

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Merthyr Telegraph, and General Advertiser for the Iron Districts of South Wales

Merthyr Telegraph, and General Advertiser for the Iron Districts of South Wales Glamorgan, Wales

25 Mar 1881

wealth, and the well-being of his people. If that is bis programme, his first work must be economy, The report of M. Abaza, his minister of finance, on the estimates of 1881, has been published as a blue- book by command of his Majesty. M. Abaza is very frank

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Merthyr Express

Merthyr Express Glamorgan, Wales

21 Aug 1920

Hal% at Su Visas, Mn.. Austin. Mr. Mr, 11. Jose. Mr. P. Waller, Lewd.. Mr. 3). Mr. Mr. W. H. Arm Mt• H. 5 C. tiltepard. stied M rs. and Mrs. Mr. P. mist Mrs. Wallows'. Mr. la Mr. Th omas Harris. felnome.. Mr. J. Miles

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South Wales Daily News

South Wales Daily News Glamorgan, Wales

26 Mar 1903

we mesa bee= as dee a M iiM sr on vela ea obit se mke Nor erre d a p WO Arm et psi. retertel ions.et ladestu laird seseee. id, Mar Me Wool Ml Mr Oho as/ .0i II am she led Si kg sh. .0. a. Waal serer ere brae dr • sr Kers Ise Ma gum mien CAM* redirtbs Mime

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South Wales Echo

South Wales Echo Glamorgan, Wales

12 May 1896

At a Drawing Room some little time back be announced Mrs Whatshername as Lady Whatshername, and then, suddenly discovering his error, called out, Don't kiss her, ma'am—don't kiss her She's not a lady after all It is peeresfes only who, upon their presentation

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Western Mail

Western Mail Glamorgan, Wales

22 Sep 1924

of doors. Mr. F. A. Roberts, of Mold (the architect), handed over to Mr. Richard Hughes a key to open the front dour, and Mr. Hughes then prottented the hon. secretary with the trust deeds, and formally passed over the whole property. lAird Moslyn said

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Merthyr Express

Merthyr Express Glamorgan, Wales

10 Jun 1905

James Feuer, Mr. R. I'. Jame, Mr. James Kerr (Llanidloes), Mr. James Common (Cardiff), Mr. Dan Thomas, Mr. W. Marshall, Mr. James Bell, Mr. James. Lvver, Mr. John Urquhart, Mr. J. T. Hughes. Mr. John Mackintosh (Aberdare), Mr. J. S. Mackintosh (Aberdare)

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Western Mail

Western Mail Glamorgan, Wales

13 Jul 1937

Penarth and Barry Courts. Mrs. Harries is survived by a brotikr and three sisters—Mr. Richard Lee. Carmarthen ; Mrs. Lintern, NewpaY• Mrs. Kathleen Hughes. Aberayron. and Mrs. D. 0. Rees, Borth—a nephew Rees. Borth) and niece (Mrs. Rev Griffiths. Cardiff)

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Western Mail

Western Mail Glamorgan, Wales

10 Mar 1954

between Auettn. eon of Mr. and Mrs A. P. Bantatllde. Briddend. and Barbara. elder daughter M Mr. and Mts. A. A. Brute. Park-ave.. Porthcawl - 117/rll - - Ingsgensent I iv announced between David Sands, younger son Mrs. grans and the late Mr. J. L‘Ans, of Dornhurst

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Western Mail

Western Mail Glamorgan, Wales

21 Nov 1902

Right Hon. laird Llangattock tpreeidenii presided. his lordship being accompanied on the platform by Lady Mr. and Mrs. Iltyd Gardner. Mid lassoillntler. Miss Lindsay, Mrs. H. W. Kennard. Mrs. Llewellyn. Mrs. Berneby, Messrs. A. A. Williams. J. 0. Marsh.

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South Wales Echo

South Wales Echo Glamorgan, Wales

15 Jan 1892

whatever of his absconding. Mr Rose applied for bail for Westley, and Mr Young, whilst opposing the application, assured his friends there was no desire to rush the case through, but to giveevery opportunity for the pre- paration ofha defence. Mr Rose Vressed

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South Wales Daily News

South Wales Daily News Glamorgan, Wales

17 Jun 1907

o d the Mr oat Heads Cluster, son of the dead. was called. He mid • amber of the Bar. Mato. elmaibere in Mende. budding, Temple. The WV war hi. mother. Ha hither. lobo died in Mi. Paid Tot mad Jones. Waters binieed aimed his grandmother's His mother married

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Western Mail

Western Mail Glamorgan, Wales

28 Oct 1919

had made up his mind over the week-end to supersede hiss Douglas Pennant. Ile did not bee Lady Rhondda's report regarding the WiLl.k. till the day he wrote the hotter. Mr. Swift naked Lord Weir what it was that influenced him to make up his mind during

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Western Mail

Western Mail Glamorgan, Wales

13 Feb 1913

FAT VERSUS THIN POLICEMEN. But once he has • grip of his man it is then that the fat policeman mores. Tin-plates dull—LC. 14 73d to 14s fd Wales. Antiguan? dui et IA to per WC Aluminium, NIT per ton. Quicksilver. 16s per ton. 011%1A% CLAUS° QUOTATION%

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