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GOOD NEW's. THE FUEL OF THE FUTURE. WESTLAKE's NEW PATENT COMPRESSED CALORIC IN BLOCKS FOR HOUSEHOLD USE, Will shortly be

GOOD NEW's. THE FUEL OF THE FUTURE. WESTLAKE's NEW PATENT COMPRESSED CALORIC IN BLOCKS FOR HOUSEHOLD USE, Will shortly be

produced at the NEW INLAND FUEL WORKS EAST DOCK, And will be on sale at the vaiious selected depots in the town. This new and improved Fuel is manufactured in handy sized blocks—produces a greater heatis more economical. and is cleaner than coal. TRY IT. OFFICES-4, MOUNT STREET,
18 January 1890 - Herald of Wales - Swansea, Glamorgan, Wales
 
A BELGIAN ROYAL PALACE ON FIRE. NARROW FAUNS OF A PRINCESS. LOBS OF LIFE. —;;;;a ii;jexty Lewl4.. orardt. • 11;076—ale: HORRIBLE MURDER IN FRANCE, SIX TEEN CHILDREN BURNED.

A BELGIAN ROYAL PALACE ON FIRE. NARROW FAUNS OF A PRINCESS. LOBS OF LIFE. —;;;;a ii;jexty Lewl4.. orardt. • 11;076—ale: HORRIBLE MURDER IN FRANCE, SIX TEEN CHILDREN BURNED.

A BELGIAN ROYAL PALACE ON FIRE. NARROW FAUNS OF A PRINCESS. LOBS OF LIFE. — ;;;;a ii;jexty Lewl4.. or a rdt . • 11;076—ale: HORRIBLE MURDER IN FRANCE, SIX TEEN CHILDREN BURNED. A shocking accident mourred at a school at Debit while 16 girls were rehearsing a cantata. The costumes
04 January 1890 - Herald of Wales - Swansea, Glamorgan, Wales
 
TERRIBLE ENCOUNTER WITH BEARS.

TERRIBLE ENCOUNTER WITH BEARS.

A terrible encounter with beam is reported from the Thetford Mines, in Mesantio county, near Montreal. H. Fcrtier, a French Canadian, and his two brothers were returning home from a logging expedition. Snow was falling heavily and the trail through the woods had been lost when t
04 January 1890 - Herald of Wales - Swansea, Glamorgan, Wales
 
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- _ drafted the IvlnOb of ilia shall to oil 01 fi;.; Governor county I be and • -thirds tho I bathe taxaloons government apocifl • of La ent .tion vein* a. L. SATURDAY, JANUARY 4, 1890. NOTES BY "RAMBLER," The O'Shea-Parnell Divorce case is the sensation of the week, and has come
04 January 1890 - Herald of Wales - Swansea, Glamorgan, Wales
 
GO TO . _4 K INANE FOR GOOD VALUE IN ALL CHOICE SELECTED PROW S lONS BAKER, GROCER, BUTCHER, AND

GO TO . _4 K INANE FOR GOOD VALUE IN ALL CHOICE SELECTED PROW S lONS BAKER, GROCER, BUTCHER, AND

GREEN . GROCER. HIBERNIAN HOUSE, PRINCE OF WALES ROAD AND BRIDGE STREET, SWANSEA.
04 January 1890 - Herald of Wales - Swansea, Glamorgan, Wales
 
A CHILD DEVOURED BY • WOLVES,

A CHILD DEVOURED BY • WOLVES,

'The details of a horrible occurrence at the imperial kennels at Gatchina are published St. Petersburg. The wife of Dietz, t h e chid hunteman, sent her son, aged eight years, to fetch the newspapers from the stating. The , 1 child was attacked b 7 half-bred wolves, used for cou
25 January 1890 - Herald of Wales - Swansea, Glamorgan, Wales
 
THE BANK RATE The Bank rate is unaltered WESTERN SPREAD OF CHOLERA.

THE BANK RATE The Bank rate is unaltered WESTERN SPREAD OF CHOLERA.

Cholera is undoubtedly marching westward, and there is considerable danger that it may be brought into Europe by the trading caravans , taking their route., from Persia over Turkish territory, instead of going straight to ! The disease is already prevalent in 11thsepotamia, some
25 January 1890 - Herald of Wales - Swansea, Glamorgan, Wales
 
THE STORY OF A STAYS.

THE STORY OF A STAYS.

A 'singular story comes from Macclesfield. At the police-court a hawker named Fryer was committed for trial at the charged with stealing The prosecutor was a lodging' home loner named Foy, who had been excused =pageof rates' on accormt of bre poverty. Hi s d on Saturday, but jus
25 January 1890 - Herald of Wales - Swansea, Glamorgan, Wales
 
THE ANNIVERSARY OF THE BATTLE OF ABU ELEA.

THE ANNIVERSARY OF THE BATTLE OF ABU ELEA.

Friday wue the anniversary of the memorable battle of the Abu Klee, the hardest ct all the fights which the little British army under General Sir Herbert Stewart had to go through during it. trAreh aeries the desert to reach Khartoum. For a long time the combat was hand-to-hand.
25 January 1890 - Herald of Wales - Swansea, Glamorgan, Wales