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British, I sarey '"'" • than t42gba-rand I

British, I sarey '"'" • than t42gba-rand I

British, I sarey • than t42gba- ra nd I have no no ceremonials, no idols, the only approach to a was a bit of hunum wrapped up in grass r the nook as good lnok to your hunting. THE IMPRISOMMENT OF MR. CONYBE.A.RE, M.P. LETTER FROM MR. BALFOUR. Mr. Bellow has sent the following le
14 September 1889 - Herald of Wales - Swansea, Glamorgan, Wales
 
HISTORY RKPRATS ITS.ELF.

HISTORY RKPRATS ITS.ELF.

More than - a - Oeniary ago the - West End of London wee infested by just such another bloodthirsty scremdrel as the one who is now terrorising the Ewa, only with thisredeeming differenoe —the murderer of to-day kills and mutilates his victim, while he of a hundred years ago mut
14 September 1889 - Herald of Wales - Swansea, Glamorgan, Wales
 
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14 September 1889 - Herald of Wales - Swansea, Glamorgan, Wales
 
AFFAIRS IN IRELAND, THE LALtaiT DOINGS IN THE EITERAL.D ISLE.

AFFAIRS IN IRELAND, THE LALtaiT DOINGS IN THE EITERAL.D ISLE.

ATTEMPT TO BLOW UP AN ESTATE At ten o'clock on Saturday night a thick metal pipe, !fled with bits of lead and inna, and chargel with powder, wee thrown with a lighted fine Sall.Clhed into Mr. Smith-Berry's waste affix), llpperary. Coaliderable damage done to the oce, and a numbe
14 September 1889 - Herald of Wales - Swansea, Glamorgan, Wales
 
SWANSEA SCHOOLS OF SCIENCE AND 1-iT:

SWANSEA SCHOOLS OF SCIENCE AND 1-iT:

SWANSEA SCHOOLS OF SCIENCE AND 1 - iT: but i vkithout I I•eaoh credit I 4o met, , f sea the 1 At the Government examination ia Science and Art, held at the Swansea mitre, the names of the following studenta as successfn . They are all students attendin g the classes held at the a
14 September 1889 - Herald of Wales - Swansea, Glamorgan, Wales
 
EDDERSHAW'S FOB FURNITURE. 19, HIGH STREET, SWANSEA.

EDDERSHAW'S FOB FURNITURE. 19, HIGH STREET, SWANSEA.

SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 14, 1889. When closed again on the increased dead who slept within its dark, cold recommit Per some years 1 there were no deaths, and the silence of the tomb was unbroken, save for the of loved ones who knelt without and offered a prayer for the dead or paid
14 September 1889 - Herald of Wales - Swansea, Glamorgan, Wales
 
ENOLTSN TRAVELLERS WANTED.

ENOLTSN TRAVELLERS WANTED.

Consul Freeman, writing from Serajevo in his report in the trade of Bosnia and Herzegovina, says : am continually receiving from England advertisemonk and price lists of many articles for distribution in the country, but, with the beet endeavours on my part, little is likely to
14 September 1889 - Herald of Wales - Swansea, Glamorgan, Wales
 
LADIES ' CODITMINT • To see Paris and di." was formerly the rich American's grand ambition, when he had realised

LADIES ' CODITMINT • To see Paris and di." was formerly the rich American's grand ambition, when he had realised

• mice little of dollars. Looked et on the spot it is better to say Paris and live," for it is the plumb to visit to waken up new ideim, to stimulate energies, and make one believe even temporarily that worth living. • The Exhibition has restored to Paris much of else grandeur m
14 September 1889 - Herald of Wales - Swansea, Glamorgan, Wales
 
? ... LOCAL AND DIST

? ... LOCAL AND DIST

• ... LOCAL AND DISTRICT. A tag and bona colleetor named McDonald ! ins Len committed at to the maims, tor a donkey and cart. An employe of a t...rdiff brewery was seriously Injured at Cadoxtera-Barry, on Tuesday, by falling In front of a heavily-laden dray. A eer.typool totilor`
14 September 1889 - Herald of Wales - Swansea, Glamorgan, Wales
 
SUDDEN DEATH.

SUDDEN DEATH.

An inquest woa held at the Carnia' h Arms on Tuesday, before Mr. 3. D. Rowlands (deputy coroner), teaching the death of one Thomas William', a lodger in the above inn who died very suddenly on Morning morning. Dr. Evans could give no opinion as to the canoe of death, and the enq
14 September 1889 - Herald of Wales - Swansea, Glamorgan, Wales