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CLEARANCE

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26 January 1889 - Herald of Wales - Swansea, Glamorgan, Wales
 
WESLEYAN AND GENERAL ASSTJRANCE SOCIETY. Eetablikh.d nil. Empowered by special Act of Eathamest. Chief BIRMINGHAM. . . . . Branch

WESLEYAN AND GENERAL ASSTJRANCE SOCIETY. Eetablikh.d nil. Empowered by special Act of Eathamest. Chief BIRMINGHAM. . . . . Branch

Offices in all the Prbarlpal Towns, and Agencies thcoughonttbe Kingdom. London Branch Office 2, Finsbury square. Manchester 59, Cross street. Liverpool Office Accumulated Funds ezoeed £200,000. Reports, Prospectuses, etc, may be had on ion. R. ALDINGTON RUNT, 1.8.8. A.I.A, Gener
26 January 1889 - Herald of Wales - Swansea, Glamorgan, Wales
 
A WARNING TO !ATTEMPTED DOUAR SUICIDE, TRIGEDY. DESPERATE SUIDIDE_OF A WIFE MRDRII'R.

A WARNING TO !ATTEMPTED DOUAR SUICIDE, TRIGEDY. DESPERATE SUIDIDE_OF A WIFE MRDRII'R.

A WARNING TO !ATTEMPTED DOUAR SUICIDE, TRIGEDY. DESPERATE SUIDIDE_OF A WIFE William Walker committed suicide at Fence Houses, Houghton Le Sprin g, on Thursday morning by placing h imself on the railway line and allowing a goods train to run over him. It was afterwards found that
21 September 1889 - Herald of Wales - Swansea, Glamorgan, Wales
 
MOTHERS.

MOTHERS.

EXTRAORDINARY DEATHS AT CHILD AN EXTRAORDINARY OCCURRENCE. BIRTH. At about half-past six o'clock on Taeaday An inquest has been held on the body of a morning a young named. J. A. Lewis, aged woman, the wife of a silver refiner named Bars. twenty-one years, of Stafford...street,
21 September 1889 - Herald of Wales - Swansea, Glamorgan, Wales
 
AT TILE

AT TILE

these blacklegs, aid stated that the dock people would have to get rid of them. Mr. Lubbock says that so serious is the poeition at the Albert Docks, that we are informed by the superintendent that if the men who have been at work at the docks go m working, there , will be viole
21 September 1889 - Herald of Wales - Swansea, Glamorgan, Wales
 
"JOLLY HARD LAW" WHAT THE WEDOW'S NEW HUSBAND THOUGHT.

"JOLLY HARD LAW" WHAT THE WEDOW'S NEW HUSBAND THOUGHT.

A tall young man, who looked like a bricklayer, came before Mr. Maraham, accompanied by a young woman, to ask advice. He said: I was married to this young lady on Tuesday, and want to live at her house. I took my goods to make the place more comfortable, and on Wednesday the bro
21 September 1889 - Herald of Wales - Swansea, Glamorgan, Wales
 
EVENT

EVENT

A man named Benjamin Bennett, a plasterer, has been arrested at Newport, and charged with causing the death of his child. Shortly after midnight on Saturday Ann Dixon, a widow, who occupied a room in the house tenanted by prisoner at 29, North-street, Baneswell, went to the poli
21 September 1889 - Herald of Wales - Swansea, Glamorgan, Wales
 
EDDER SHAW'S FOR FURNITU E. 19, HIGH STRE KT, SWANS

EDDER SHAW'S FOR FURNITU E. 19, HIGH STRE KT, SWANS

• APereon of respectsbEity and energy may hear of a high-class Agracy, without outlay Salary and a good eouninsaion to a suitable in. dtridual.—For particulars apply by letter to Box D. 31, 3, DruzWield-a - treat, E.C. ME, THERE, AND EVERYWHERE. li [Br Srarts or CANI'L IY.P.] 01
21 September 1889 - Herald of Wales - Swansea, Glamorgan, Wales
 
/NEREASE TO A RELIEVING OFFICER.

/NEREASE TO A RELIEVING OFFICER.

The General Purposes Committee recommended that the salary of Mr. Bowen, relieving officer for St. Thomas, should be increased from £l2O to £l4O per year. The Committee considered that m t c h:ipSo n atien was justified by an increase in the et in which the official work had ' f
21 September 1889 - Herald of Wales - Swansea, Glamorgan, Wales
 
R. E. JONES. ALSO AT LIVERPOOL AND I

R. E. JONES. ALSO AT LIVERPOOL AND I

\ to et th In re Ftai OA 11 tt that hesit lot < to g of Pate th turd 'hey fatal 6th I laciet t 0 3 °Bm ex men. 'there operat hcarcit At ismortA engag , -
21 September 1889 - Herald of Wales - Swansea, Glamorgan, Wales