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BOA RD OF TRADE RETURNS.

BOA RD OF TRADE RETURNS.

The Board of Trade return for October shows that the value of the imports was £138,193,166, being an increase of £3,173,031 over the corresponding month of last year. The value of the exports amounted to .£23,000,638, or an increase of £2,107,132.
09 November 1889 - Herald of Wales - Swansea, Glamorgan, Wales
 
MR. PARNELL AT NQTTINGIIAM.

MR. PARNELL AT NQTTINGIIAM.

The Nottingham Gladstonians are arranging for a great demonstration on Tuesday evening next when Mr. Parnell has agreed to visit the borough to address a meeting in the Albert Hall. It is understood that Irish leader will deal especially with Lord Salisbury's recent speeches, in
07 December 1889 - Herald of Wales - Swansea, Glamorgan, Wales
 
CORRESPONDENCE, "MB. S. P. WILLB."4e TO TRH =TOL

CORRESPONDENCE, "MB. S. P. WILLB."4e TO TRH =TOL

CORRESPONDENCE, "MB. S. P. WILLB. " 4 e TO TRH =TOL Sir,—Mesers. an — cl -1 11 - Unger, in supporting Mr. Meager, obese totmake an attack upon me simply because I support3d Mr. Spring, and declined to support their candidate. It is evident Mr. Wills has not yet re°wend from the d
07 December 1889 - Herald of Wales - Swansea, Glamorgan, Wales
 
IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT 1 - B. EVANS & COMPANY BEG TO ANNOUNCE ..A. G-1"-LEA_T 07 DEIJIVER , I( ] . BLANKETS,

IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT 1 - B. EVANS & COMPANY BEG TO ANNOUNCE ..A. G-1"-LEA_T 07 DEIJIVER , I( ] . BLANKETS,

FLANNEL 9 V . QUILTS, SHEETS, &C• ' 1 BOUGHT BEFORE THE GREAT RISE IN PRICES. .1 4 The above Goods at the ,follou4neguotathms will be found 1 5 PER CENT. , . 7 NT VALUE: 1 BLANKETS. Prises: 2s. 11d., 389 d., 4a. 94., lid., as. 88.94., 94., 128. 64 148. 94.. to 468. per pair. QUI
07 December 1889 - Herald of Wales - Swansea, Glamorgan, Wales
 
TIIE CORPORITION BILL. lIASTrNGS AND THE FINANCES. HE "MODIFIES" HIS OPINION.

TIIE CORPORITION BILL. lIASTrNGS AND THE FINANCES. HE "MODIFIES" HIS OPINION.

Consideration of this Bill was restraied on Friday by the Committee of the House of Commons on Pollee and Sanitary Regulation Bills, Mr. Hastings presiding. Mr. Pamber, Q.C. for the promoters, - plained that it had been intended to extend to 10 years the time prescribed for the
08 June 1889 - Herald of Wales - Swansea, Glamorgan, Wales
 
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08 June 1889 - Herald of Wales - Swansea, Glamorgan, Wales
 
SWANSEA SArcansT,Eefore.—Dr J. C. Hall,Abraham H. Thomas, and Robert A. Morris, Esqe. EST OFFENCIX. - - Mary Dunn, (60) -

SWANSEA SArcansT,Eefore.—Dr J. C. Hall,Abraham H. Thomas, and Robert A. Morris, Esqe. EST OFFENCIX. - - Mary Dunn, (60) -

14: Pi - a - un -- wen — -road, married, was charged with being drunk and disorderly in Orange-street on the 31st ult.—P.C. (30) Lewis found the prisoner in Orange-street surrounded by a crowd of people. She was very drunk and on her way to the station became very violent. Priso
08 June 1889 - Herald of Wales - Swansea, Glamorgan, Wales
 
RATEPAYERS' ASSOCIATION v. POLICE BAND.

RATEPAYERS' ASSOCIATION v. POLICE BAND.

EDIItIE. Sir,—Our attention hoe been drawn to several letters which have appeared in the ' Leader " on this subject. The writers had evidently not read the resolution paesed by the association, but, I presume, their conclusions after reading the account of the proceed' gs of the
08 June 1889 - Herald of Wales - Swansea, Glamorgan, Wales
 
FINEST SPECIAL GREAT QUALITY VALUE IN REDUCTION FINES FINEST IN FLOURS WELSH TEAS, AND SPECIAL PER DANISH VALUE, SCORE. BUTTERS.

FINEST SPECIAL GREAT QUALITY VALUE IN REDUCTION FINES FINEST IN FLOURS WELSH TEAS, AND SPECIAL PER DANISH VALUE, SCORE. BUTTERS.

V- 1/4 1/Bperlb. Siop Fwyd yn Ngwaeled HIGH STREET. Gogyfer ag Arosfa'r Trams.
08 June 1889 - Herald of Wales - Swansea, Glamorgan, Wales