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  • County: Monmouthshire, Wales
  • For Years: 1900 - 1949
  • Type: Illustrated

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South Wales Gazette

South Wales Gazette Monmouthshire, Wales

13 Sep 1901

and he stopped his hurrying pen to listen. The quick, pleased smile which softened beautifully his often stern features, played over them ; he raised his eyes, full now of a tender glow, and upon what vision did they rest? Not the Mrs. Julian he had known

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Star of Gwent

Star of Gwent Monmouthshire, Wales

30 Jan 1903

was itted for seven o'clock. and for some time previously Mr. Orders was receiving his guests, as T'resideut, in the reception room. Mr. Balfour. on his arrival rtith Sir Joseph Lawrence and Mr. S. D. Williams, was most cordially received, and a number

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Monmouthshire Beacon

Monmouthshire Beacon Monmouthshire, Wales

20 Oct 1911

almost inevitable end of his continuous incursions into this terribly dangerous medium must be. His characteristic answer, was “All good engineering calls for casualties why not ?' His death was as inspiring as his life, and his terse “Why not would be

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South Wales Gazette

South Wales Gazette Monmouthshire, Wales

27 Sep 1901

laddie. They sat down together on. bench near by, with his arm still around her, and she passed her bands softly over his 4ace and hair. At length, with a sigh of contentment, she laid her head against his breast. Ah, Kenneth, my son, ye little know the

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Chepstow Weekly Advertiser

Chepstow Weekly Advertiser Monmouthshire, Wales

14 Feb 1903

been in the coat which the late Mr. Macdonald, Westrar. had taken off before going down the rocks to his death should inquired into for the sake of all concerned. This last phrase removed a faint lingering distaste to his own action, since it was manifestly

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South Wales Gazette

South Wales Gazette Monmouthshire, Wales

5 Aug 1910

Meagre. W. N. Atkinson, Chief Inspector of South %ales; Mr. Walker, Senior Mines Inspector of the Bristol district; Mr. C. L. Robinson and Mr. T. Greenland Davies, who were assistants to Mr. Martin; Mr. W. C. Dalmel, secretary to the Cualowners' Aasociation;

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South Wales Gazette

South Wales Gazette Monmouthshire, Wales

7 Mar 1913

and he succeeded in killing the • animal. Lady Denman, whose husband is Goverl was taking a walk near Grosvenornor-General of the Commonwealth, is a (square at about 11.40 p.m., said Mr. daughter of Lord and Lady Cowdray , and Graves, when a strange -

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South Wales Gazette

South Wales Gazette Monmouthshire, Wales

18 Mar 1921

and Mr. t that there was a want of feeling towards. Mr. Brett Device pointed out that it Moven submitted there was nu prima facie the.unemployed in Abercaru. would be neceseary tee define the Birth and cam to viewer. The onus rested on Mr. I Mr. H. E

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South Wales Gazette

South Wales Gazette Monmouthshire, Wales

19 Apr 1912

left to Lady Beal rice and her sister, Lady Con t mice Butler, by Lord Lismore before the tormer's m.•rriage. Lady Beatrice Pole ha- one run Mid two daughters. General sir Reginald Pole Carew has had a most distinguished military career, his latest honours

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South Wales Gazette

South Wales Gazette Monmouthshire, Wales

26 Jan 1906

East Marylebone content on Mondry a lady will ,c name had been plaeed the regiater by nii , take went to the polling booth and on recording Ler vote. At St. Andrew'o, Well-otreet, Mr. Coed Paget, only eon of Sir and Lady Paget, of Sutton Bennington, was

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South Wales Gazette

South Wales Gazette Monmouthshire, Wales

1 Jan 1926

Peter butted in• because in the state of his mind he was unable to listen to Draycott's speech concerning Susan Barlow. Ile took out his cheque-book and his fountain pen instead, and asked Drayeott to name his figure. The cheque changed hands, with that

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Monmouthshire Beacon

Monmouthshire Beacon Monmouthshire, Wales

9 Jun 1911

Ai-i'its«-«l. )ii..i.in s||s|»iri«tiisl\ liiml liiln ll* f«-li his j.u-i.* i I’mis* i at |h*’ hark, nml Milirli'«-l\ (li*i|i|M-«l on* of hi* imn n-anf« al's ami |inl his haml ••n Ins imi.-I\* i. tln-n hi* |inrsr. ami M-iml tin tw<. «lrh-inl mils, win* w«*re piish'

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South Wales Gazette

South Wales Gazette Monmouthshire, Wales

16 Dec 1932

War. Ms wile died tea years , Tuesday evening. Mrs. J. Da y pre s ided, the choir, conducted by Mr. R. Hall, L uca , t h„ comman i s e g M r . L. Eland Porter, Mrs. Al. Jenkins, age . Otis son , Tom and Mrs. L. Cable read the lesson. gave an excellent rendering

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Pontypool Free Press

Pontypool Free Press Monmouthshire, Wales

26 Jun 1908

the Church Mr Prise presented Mrs Thomas, the pastor's wife, with a beautifully bound copy of Psalms aid Hymns. and remarked that Mrs Thum meld do mush for the Church by helping the deism to ea-operate with the brethren, and ale helping Mr Thomas in

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Chepstow Weekly Advertiser

Chepstow Weekly Advertiser Monmouthshire, Wales

24 Mar 1900

that Mr. our Mr. Hastam you know, found out whom they belong. And. oh, it rex him. He can hardly speak about the thing without getting into a temper. He says soma people are so despicably mean, and they must be. They throw in his teeth and in his father's

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South Wales Gazette

South Wales Gazette Monmouthshire, Wales

15 Nov 1912

proposed by Mr. W. G. dunes. of CI-ambit, suitably r,spiripied to by %lr. .1. Evans Ear istant), AlwriiHere. Mr. W. R. Lewis Ntr. (Crionilin). and Mr. W. lhows. (Ebbw Vale). The agents' toast was spoken to by Mr. 11. James and Mr. W. R. [Myles Eblr

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Monmouthshire Beacon

Monmouthshire Beacon Monmouthshire, Wales

13 Aug 1909

pair of yearling heifera—i,Mr. A. \V. Trotnian. The 2,Mr.A. Trotman, The Rhadyr; c, Mr. S. Townsend, Llwyny- the best pair heifer calves- I, Mr. J. Price White House, Llaiitillio,« months and 4 months; 2, Mr. A. W. The Rhadyr; c Mr. J. W. Davis, Ki d House

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Chepstow Weekly Advertiser

Chepstow Weekly Advertiser Monmouthshire, Wales

9 Mar 1907

Monk: Mr A lioiters Kilgrogan ; l.irutt'ol Lindsay’s Falrarrston; li*-ut-Col l.indaav s lAoghing Water; Mr (» Young's Canone«ee 11; Mr Morgan's School Itell: Mr F C Morgan's L* Abbe Royal; Mr J Phillips* Funny Wag; '••■neral Watson's Horodinu; Mr J T Rogrrs'

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Monmouthshire Beacon

Monmouthshire Beacon Monmouthshire, Wales

16 Dec 1910

SOBS BOODLE Co., Limited, ABE IN ATTENDANCE. EVERY FRIDAY, 12 Chßrch Street, Mouiratk, (Over Mr. John Frost’s Shop) It am. to 8 p.a. Painless Extractions. A Lady always In attendance, EUKlish and Aniericaa Dcntlstir. Branches Everywhere. Advice Free. Fill

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South Wales Gazette

South Wales Gazette Monmouthshire, Wales

9 Jan 1914

of the and Mr Cooper. renroked, ••It's pettedly dear, Mr. Moxon.—Mr, Nltecon: Cle4.r as mud. (liarighter.)--When Anllie Thonurs went into the boo to give evidera•e there was a short passage of between the solicitors engaged in the case.—Mr. Moxon asked

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