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HERE, THERE, AND EVERYWHERE. [By TII Spluve or Tri CAZIL/ ] TIM OPENING OF TEM ILIIONDDi Lin) awAnsi.

HERE, THERE, AND EVERYWHERE. [By TII Spluve or Tri CAZIL/ ] TIM OPENING OF TEM ILIIONDDi Lin) awAnsi.

HERE, THERE, AND EVERYWHERE. [By TII Spluve or Tri ] TIM OPENING OF TEM ILIIONDDi BAT 11ILWAY TO SWAIM. This will be opened for passenger and gainers' traffic on Saturday, the 10th Mat. We conveyed this fact to our numerous readers several weeks ago, but since then it has been of
03 May 1890 - Herald of Wales - Swansea, Glamorgan, Wales
 
iiTs, DaTim, St. Catherine, 312 opal. Cory

iiTs, DaTim, St. Catherine, 312 opal. Cory

iiTs, Da St. Catherine, 312 Cory 0W Bennett, etodrpole, 40 coal. J 0044, 'Cru,7l;:reZ.7. 1;140, c.rdife, light New Ed. Olsom, Port aoo coal, Griflith _ Thum. . . . _ Lt:4 4 eirgusan 44, Cook, ilighbrldie,loo ooal, Carmartterulltre Co April 29. • o 124, Borrow, Belfast, 960 0001.
03 May 1890 - Herald of Wales - Swansea, Glamorgan, Wales
 
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03 May 1890 - Herald of Wales - Swansea, Glamorgan, Wales
 
FRESH BUTTER From Dairies in Camintbsoshire Perebrokshire. Also LORD VERNON'S MU...MUTED as supplied to Her Majesty the Queen. FRESH COUNTRY

FRESH BUTTER From Dairies in Camintbsoshire Perebrokshire. Also LORD VERNON'S MU...MUTED as supplied to Her Majesty the Queen. FRESH COUNTRY

AND 2iE14.1 AID EGGS. pnrchsee of Cardiganshire Butter, of eioelleot quality, to dear at per lb. Carraurthenshire Dairy & Produce Company, Lt., 04, OXFORD STREET, SWANSEA.
03 May 1890 - Herald of Wales - Swansea, Glamorgan, Wales
 
For Gold and Silver Jewellery and Flectro-Plato DI GREAT VA_RINTY. sr A LARGE STOCK of WEDDING and KEEPER RINGS. 31.

For Gold and Silver Jewellery and Flectro-Plato DI GREAT VA_RINTY. sr A LARGE STOCK of WEDDING and KEEPER RINGS. 31.

TrI I GH STREET, SWANSEA, (Opposite Down and Son)
03 May 1890 - Herald of Wales - Swansea, Glamorgan, Wales
 
JAMES XCE.RRIMA.IsT ct CO., WHOLESALE AND RETAIL COAL MERCHANTS AND GENERAL HAULIERS. TDEST Li t rge o Ifons;, Steam, Smith,

JAMES XCE.RRIMA.IsT ct CO., WHOLESALE AND RETAIL COAL MERCHANTS AND GENERAL HAULIERS. TDEST Li t rge o Ifons;, Steam, Smith,

and Anthrecite i alwri kept hi u Steek ,;. Special es done in will be e. - - OYSTERMOUTH ROAD COAL DEPOT, SWANSEA (OPPOSITE GAB WORKS.) Parra= : 16, LANGDON PLACE, SWANSEA.
03 May 1890 - Herald of Wales - Swansea, Glamorgan, Wales
 
THE INFLUENZA. SERIOUS REJ'ORTS.

THE INFLUENZA. SERIOUS REJ'ORTS.

At King's Lynn a coiracierable pripottion of the inhabitants are affacted by influenza, and a, pest-office official bus died. Several Board schools in different villages have been closed. In of the Ft/arming spread of the disease, schools in Devonshire are being closed one after
01 March 1890 - Herald of Wales - Swansea, Glamorgan, Wales
 
DISTRESSING SKATING FATALITY.

DISTRESSING SKATING FATALITY.

THREE YOUNG LAIES DROWNED. Three young Indies have been drowned near Friedburg, by the breaking at the ion upon which they were skating, FATAL COLLIERY EXPLOSION IN GERMANY. SEVEN MEN KILLED. Seven miners have beau kMed by an expiates of Bre damp in the Seven Planeta Coal Mine a
01 March 1890 - Herald of Wales - Swansea, Glamorgan, Wales
 
MR. JOHN MORLEY AND FREE EDUCATION.

MR. JOHN MORLEY AND FREE EDUCATION.

Mr. Morley, in an interview with a Prose AFeociatian representative. is reported to have that he had just written a letter to Mr. Chaplin on the subject. The right hon, gentle. man added: From the beginning to the end of the debate I had no communication with any Irish member wh
01 March 1890 - Herald of Wales - Swansea, Glamorgan, Wales
 
TIIE COLIIERY IMASTERITHE PARNELL COMISSION IN FRANCE. – REPORT.

TIIE COLIIERY IMASTERITHE PARNELL COMISSION IN FRANCE. – REPORT.

TIIE COLIIERY IMASTERITHE PARNELL COMISSION IN FRANCE. - REPORT. LOSS OF FORTY-ONE LIVES. Up to Thursday morning thirty-eight dead bodies and thirteen injured millers have been recovered from the colliery near Decize, where/ the terrible accident occurred on Tueeday evening. Five
01 March 1890 - Herald of Wales - Swansea, Glamorgan, Wales