Who optional
What else? optional

Your search returned 69,949 articles

THE Ting( WA it, 1N WALF,s.

THE Ting( WA it, 1N WALF,s.

THE WA it, 1N WALF,s. lAt the sitting of the Le wet House of rot the proviso,' of O. ntorbury, on IWednaid ay, Howd Broand, having obtairied leave, moved that hui gravamen on the I question of tithee presented to the U on. on the ! previonn dny be made en artimaos den. He said th
03 March 1888 - Herald of Wales - Swansea, Glamorgan, Wales
 
WII REEN CONFESSES.

WII REEN CONFESSES.

A WITNEiS NO P A CRIMINAL. - 0 a correspondcnt, writing at noes on 'Thursday, say.: - I hoar from au exclusively private source that Rses's no.eslled does not amount to an a 'mission of a guilt. He so ruy informant states that he was ring tie, fields from Llanelli" t• back to Ds
03 March 1888 - Herald of Wales - Swansea, Glamorgan, Wales
 
LADIPS' COLUMN.

LADIPS' COLUMN.

BxceellinglY courageous were the ITO ladles who presented themselves at the Queen's Drawing Room, lost week. No experiences of former years corded such inclement weather, though snow ry.rd sleet are but too often of the March Court reception. Up to wiithin a week of the day name
03 March 1888 - Herald of Wales - Swansea, Glamorgan, Wales
 
FOOl BALL.

FOOl BALL.

BALL. SWANSEA v. DISTRICT. On Thursday afterqpon, • match wee played on the Swaneea grostild, ia the ef a few hundred spectators, between a very weak team of the Swansea (Jlab and fifteen pieyers from the district. Only six of those wh regularly represent Swansea were present, vi
03 March 1888 - Herald of Wales - Swansea, Glamorgan, Wales
 
TIGER CORPS.

TIGER CORPS.

Honorary Colonel. -MIL Edrd Prince of Wales and Duke of Cornwall, E.G., S.T., K.P., sc., kc Colenal an& Lieut.-Colonel Commanding. L. Dillwyn, M.P. REGIMEN TA 1. ORDERS, gwansea, 25th Februazy, 1888. I.—Recrults' drills will anumenon on Monday, February, 1888, at 7.80 p.m., and
03 March 1888 - Herald of Wales - Swansea, Glamorgan, Wales
 
LOCAL AND DISTRICT.

LOCAL AND DISTRICT.

1 A boat race between William rearm, of Hammersmith, and George Norrel, of Swellwell, for £lOO, took place on Mondey afternoei On the Tyne. P, aroe won by two let gths. Mr David Lewis, Lloyd died recently it Para, Brazil, aged 32, ef fever. He was the or,iy son of the late Dr. L
03 March 1888 - Herald of Wales - Swansea, Glamorgan, Wales
 
A DILIINKEN DFPIINDINT.

A DILIINKEN DFPIINDINT.

A man rilrf - 1;(i - Gilbert. a copperman, at Plasmari, was charged with his wife. The latter enter, d tho witnees-box. Defendant was so drurk that he had to be assisted down the to take his position, as difendant. In that It wee ioun,l that he was scarcely abi e eitbe to speak
03 March 1888 - Herald of Wales - Swansea, Glamorgan, Wales
 
[BY A MANISA PLAIN DEALER.]

[BY A MANISA PLAIN DEALER.]

A MANISA PLAIN DEALER.] TH & NV ,, ATHER AND DEATH HOLE. The weather of the past month has been somewhat out of comparison, in regard to , its severity, with the early portion of previous years in the Swansea neighbourhood. , For instate°, to lee so much snow in the low lying dis
03 March 1888 - Herald of Wales - Swansea, Glamorgan, Wales
 
LLANSAML ET.

LLANSAML ET.

CVI'M CHAPEL The of a serve. of entettainmente, under thu Auspices of the Liansatelet Literary and Debating Society, wee brought to a moat sue-e.sful tßrminadou ou Saturday night. Mr H. tfoplcine, mana er of the Foxhole Tin-piate Works presided. Tho. Chairman, in hie open. ng nd
03 March 1888 - Herald of Wales - Swansea, Glamorgan, Wales
 
MR GLADSTONE SENT TO THE DEVIL

MR GLADSTONE SENT TO THE DEVIL

Sir William Edmonstone, who was formerly H.P. for Stirling, haN says rows. been indulging in munowlint Mt rig in, r,tive as the president of the etieing-hiro Comervative Amoeletion. Sir Witham whameil to say et it he born in the tome year as Mr tilidsten.,, nut he thanked God th
22 October 1887 - Herald of Wales - Swansea, Glamorgan, Wales