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South Wales Daily Post

South Wales Daily Post Glamorgan, Wales

24 May 1907

Howard do Waldaa's t M. Mr. C. Could's LADY arm. MI Mr. L Cerllca's ULTIMO% 3rrl. int C. Leader 3 Wisner crabbed by Orley Marled LA Alai raa Ls H.T. Mara Dotilac A 4 sass La Here. I to 4 Mizoram. I to I Lady Ports,. 10 to 1 Ulysses Lady Foliar caws en clear

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South Wales Daily Post

South Wales Daily Post Glamorgan, Wales

8 Nov 1907

is noon* Mr. Jaw Laird as chairaom d th. reigood, atm did the two miming diroctors, Meows. A. G. Luepke rd 1. C. Th. other duo:tars a the cow. p..j ontaterily paced is the loads the row dream, Mr. Myr. TM rests* sympathy is se Liverpool with Mr. J. M.

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Merthyr Express

Merthyr Express Glamorgan, Wales

9 Nov 1935

MR. MORGAN JONES opened his election campaign at Brithdir Institute on Monday and dealt with the political situation and International affairs. Other speakers were Mr. Morgan. Nelson. and Mr. J. Phillips, Maesycwinmer. Mr H. Brown presided. A vote of

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Merthyr Express

Merthyr Express Glamorgan, Wales

17 Oct 1908

following ladies presided at the tea tables, and were kept fuUy occupied :—Mrs. Thomas Jones and Mrs. J. T. Jones: Mrs. D. Jones and Mrs. Rees, Winifred.street; Mrs. Powell and Mrs. Evans, Terrace; Mrs. Pugh and Mrs. John Every!. assisted by Mrs. Williams

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South Wales Daily Post

South Wales Daily Post Glamorgan, Wales

7 Feb 1907

CISIIIIELL LAIRD AND 00.1 WORCS. I WESTERN MINEEC MANTEL A fatal motor-tdr accidost occurred is Crumer Trades Cmaaril ti,idr.l t o ro tii oa Mets.:tar Rook Mr Wm. &althea. Kam for the Woo by Ifieil;ws. tern MUMS . Diurxt. r candidate Ito t.‘, laird Ca. was

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Western Mail

Western Mail Glamorgan, Wales

25 Apr 1905

Trobthaw, ithairmatO; Dr. Cootiall, Jobe Asylum: Mr. John Freed.. lead meth; Coked Norris. Brythin; gad Dr For held; Dr. Prit• Pocks, Ifseerfordwest: Mr. J. 0. Forth, Lang. Mr. James 'Thomas, land agent, Raver. Mr. J. B. flaskall, Milford; and lir. Colby, Peetycut

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Merthyr Express

Merthyr Express Glamorgan, Wales

6 Jul 1895

M. Bees Mr. Amin Yawned., Mr Clean Wilkioa, Mr. sad Mrs. D. Fronds, Mr. J. Gorosaa, M.8.C.V.8., Mr. J. Lewis (peiater). Mr. A. Taylor (Gee Works), Mr. sad Mrs. this. (budder). Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Price ( ['reddest). Mr. B.

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Western Mail

Western Mail Glamorgan, Wales

3 Feb 1928

Windsor. At Lady Berry's own request only bunches of flowers will be sent to the funeral, and by her wish these will afterwards be sent to the Infants' Hospital and the King Edward VII. Hospital, Windsor. Lady Berry was the eldest daughter of Mr. Horace G

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Merthyr Express

Merthyr Express Glamorgan, Wales

28 Feb 1914

farmer had to buy old railway carriages lee his Lbooters to live in. Mr. Cheater • farmer. of Kook. Colorado. that he ha• by poet from Nobuaki nearly fort, mites from his horn.. a hat wh eh was li!own hors his head &nag • gale. Steidle; emit'enee regarding

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South Wales Daily News

South Wales Daily News Glamorgan, Wales

9 Nov 1908

NOVEMBER 9. WUPS. Lady Mayoress and Mayoresses of Next Year. A..ei Nempt , t. - -(J• It W I !SON. tI t Al. rthyr. Trohnrru..l Obituary. Heber. He el the ter .tilt never Rhondda Schools. ,In.• of the milers Of the Liberal Arnocteltolk of lb. Mr I MR L GUERET,

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Merthyr Express

Merthyr Express Glamorgan, Wales

19 Oct 1929

The bride Mr. and Mrs. Thomas, Mrs. Lewis. Mr. ,rs given away by Mr. Fred Robins 7. Morgan. Mrs. H. George. Mrs. brother of the beide), and Mr. Bert May- Howells Mr. and Mrs. Prestwood, Mr. • . sell was the best man. The reception and View article

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Merthyr Express

Merthyr Express Glamorgan, Wales

19 Apr 1884

17, - 14 a Habit sad Breeches Maar. Hakes of Ladies' Tailor-made Jackets & Ulster., Liveries, ac., ac., most respectfully to Inform his numerous friends sad the public generally that he has terminated his with Messrs. Phillips Evans (whose tail- be has

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Merthyr Express

Merthyr Express Glamorgan, Wales

17 May 1930

At times his a torrent of applause. which was renewed Mr. Gilbert alsicl. the journalist and speech was Inclined to be slipshod, and when representatives of theae societies artist, who in 1144 founded Ally liflopees this let the standard of his conception

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Western Mail

Western Mail Glamorgan, Wales

28 Dec 1909

Mt Pen. , Ml Ida hobo I/Owe. contralto Mr plata rtenn• Mr . coil Mr. T .1 Roma. • osurrrinos , AT Sell IRF.RS. „so . Poo. [et • M., •.• 'h• gi.4 ewe Piet. 110% N. , ..,,,, re.,, ~ 'a. &mob rd ~,,,,,, ~„ ~„,„,,,,,, ,• , rope. 11• 2 7- • • Pn•P

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South Wales Daily News

South Wales Daily News Glamorgan, Wales

11 Dec 1907

tApplatrae.l Mr °twat added that bo dated say .t tr. la that aril other sporabat het merit. had by Mir Hoary amid that Er flunersaa had Ardis stoked to lead amiltatace to the tinverarseat. After sow rolereocaTto M flatfoot sod Ur Con. party. Mr (hoot treed

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Western Mail

Western Mail Glamorgan, Wales

4 May 1959

MR PHAROAH CONFIDENT CHOICE H.Q. give best to Jarvis ROWLAND WARD is napped to win the Tottenham Welter Plate (2.0) at Alexandra Park today for his owner-trainer Jack Jarvis, writes Our Newmarket Correspondent A winner over the course and distance last

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Merthyr Express

Merthyr Express Glamorgan, Wales

16 Sep 1882

time somewhat recovered his breath and his color, it was superb—it was szblime !—but she is always so. As I say, she is like au angel which drops from the skies ! The other sportsman, who, possibly beesizsi the young lady was his daughter, seemed inclined

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Merthyr Express

Merthyr Express Glamorgan, Wales

18 Nov 1882

Mina lay ; then, with it wild cry, he stretched out his arm' towards it, while the salt leers coursed down his wrinkled cheek. • Star of my breast, he said, bairn of the old man that bad nee bairn of his own, may God, that made the mountains and the sea

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Merthyr Times, and Dowlais Times, and Aberdare Echo

Merthyr Times, and Dowlais Times, and Aberdare Echo Glamorgan, Wales

16 Aug 1894

Ampthill, land Lady de Ramsey, Mr. and Laxly $3114111 &,m. COlollel, MO. r o d Miss Eliot, Captain Jenkins, Mrs. Adair, Miss .Mdcrson. Mr. Calabar e, Mr. Cooper, Mr. Smith, Mr. tlrenfell, Mr. and Mrs. du Cane, Mrs. Martin, the Rom In Fredk d Mrs Thesi,r, and

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Merthyr Express

Merthyr Express Glamorgan, Wales

26 Feb 1921

complete. Sylvia's complete indifference, her outepoken candour regarding most, if not all, his actions, as well as his pointi of view,. served but to whet the ardour of his love. And because Sylvia herself was the embodiment of all that is beautiful and good

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