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THE nix Dive inmate.

THE nix Dive inmate.

THE inmate. The list of standing orders, amended, was read sad approved. Mr. Ignatius Williams proposed the erection of a pollee court at Peutypria. The population of the district, he said, had doubled, and the =work had increased threefold. I n 1880 were 2,300 last year, there w
10 April 1886 - Herald of Wales - Swansea, Glamorgan, Wales
 
THE ALLEGED DEMAND BY SWANSEA PAINTKRI3.

THE ALLEGED DEMAND BY SWANSEA PAINTKRI3.

ZDITOR. Sir,—ln jostles To the of the Painters' Society, and in the interests of truth and right, I beg to give a most emphatic contradiction to the &hide which appeared in the Leader of last evening (April let), respecting an alleged demand by the Painters' Aasomation for an in
10 April 1886 - Herald of Wales - Swansea, Glamorgan, Wales
 
ON SHOW FOR 28 DAYS BOHEMIAN, HUNGARIAN GERMAN, FRENCH, BRETBY, LANGLEY, AND MANY OTHER VARIETIES OF ART POTTERY TWENTY PERCENT.

ON SHOW FOR 28 DAYS BOHEMIAN, HUNGARIAN GERMAN, FRENCH, BRETBY, LANGLEY, AND MANY OTHER VARIETIES OF ART POTTERY TWENTY PERCENT.

REDUCTION IN PRICE. The Finest Selection ever shown in Swansea, being the property of a London Merchant, who has instructed us to make this important concession in price to effect a speedy clearance. TAYLOR & COMFY. (LIMITED). .
10 April 1886 - Herald of Wales - Swansea, Glamorgan, Wales
 
STRANGE STORY OF A MOTHER.

STRANGE STORY OF A MOTHER.

A singular case with regard to the death and burial of a child has been nientioned at Lambeth policecourt. About a fortnight since a woman went to a is dicestation in the district of the police-court and stated that in November she had words of an angry nature with her husband.
08 January 1887 - Herald of Wales - Swansea, Glamorgan, Wales
 
Church of England Notes and Comments.

Church of England Notes and Comments.

[BY A An authoritative religions census, that would be accepted by all parties as decisive, is much to be desired, if orly to put an end to the doubts that will always be raised, and the disputes that will always follow upon censuses unofficially taken. The census now about to b
08 January 1887 - Herald of Wales - Swansea, Glamorgan, Wales
 
r° •• I:Oat your place gootllfor:attliing,"

r° •• I:Oat your place gootllfor:attliing,"

r ° •• I:Oat your place gootllfor:attliing," e! What you mean you "creamed his wife. 4 ! Lost - my place! And I don't care a button," said Diggs, with as much as he could muster. And I'm glad of it. I tell you more by-and-bye. Can I see Mistress Florence wife stared at him, her e
08 January 1887 - Herald of Wales - Swansea, Glamorgan, Wales
 
Athletic Notes. (By YoLLEnc.)

Athletic Notes. (By YoLLEnc.)

Athletic Notes. YoLLEnc.) I am in the sorry condition of having nothing to say this week. Our redoubtable representatives have been compelled to rest their oars owing to the prevalence of the frost. I had intended journeying down with the "All Whites" to Carmarthen, but a message
08 January 1887 - Herald of Wales - Swansea, Glamorgan, Wales
 
THITEBDAY. —Before J. C. Vye-Parminter, Thou Powell, S. G. Hall, and T. Cook Davies, Ewe.

THITEBDAY. —Before J. C. Vye-Parminter, Thou Powell, S. G. Hall, and T. Cook Davies, Ewe.

—Before J. C. Vye-Parminter, Thou Powell, S. G. Hall, and T. Cook Davies, Ewe. DRIMI. Morgan Devise, rollerman Pentre was summoned for being drunk in Mariner-street, on the sth inst. Defendant admitted the offence, and was fined 6/- including ooete or three days' imprisonment. Pe
08 January 1887 - Herald of Wales - Swansea, Glamorgan, Wales
 
GREAT JUBILEE DISTRIBUTION 1100

GREAT JUBILEE DISTRIBUTION 1100

IN MONEY GIFTS
08 January 1887 - Herald of Wales - Swansea, Glamorgan, Wales