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'-'TTAATI-11114 I THE MAYOR OF SWANSEA( FOOTBALL. f WISE AND OTHERWISI What proverb beet pleaeos a hatter ? -Two haj --- ! lI3WARSEA. LOCAL CITD. R.hßlisuncornyeddiue.a_t Rochdale?, goahvia 22..intriwsulev. i.i. : 0r.,17--.1431. k ---^ • n'PRS e. HARLEQUINS IN VIE -...! 11, ' ''
15 March 1890 - Herald of Wales - Swansea, Glamorgan, Wales
 
A WHOLE FAMILY GOES MAD. DREADi'UL BCICIIM.

A WHOLE FAMILY GOES MAD. DREADi'UL BCICIIM.

A case of hereditary been investigated by the Bedford coroner. Samuel Smith, a farmer, of totelnworth, had been weaned inwine and was M be removed to the aiTluip on ' Wednesday next, but he cut his throat anddiid on Saturday. Hie father and two si,ters diet insane, aaa one of th
15 March 1890 - Herald of Wales - Swansea, Glamorgan, Wales
 
FIE DROPPED FROM THE WINDOW CILL

FIE DROPPED FROM THE WINDOW CILL

A MAD FREAK. A gentleman named Harold Dewing. making • visit to friends at 254, Portadown.read. Kilburn, climbed from a room on the forth storey the window-cill, and having hung for point by Lis hands released his bold and fel' upon the area railings below. The fall ow of nearly
15 March 1890 - Herald of Wales - Swansea, Glamorgan, Wales
 
A REMINISCENCE OF TILE CRIMEAN WAR.

A REMINISCENCE OF TILE CRIMEAN WAR.

The Staniard Odessa correspondent writa The South Russian papers state that dating the month of April an attempt will be made by to. Government to lift up the two English steamere which sunk in Balacbiva Bay during the Crimean War. On one of them vowels, the Prince, is supposed
15 March 1890 - Herald of Wales - Swansea, Glamorgan, Wales
 
THE DUO D'ORLEANS.

THE DUO D'ORLEANS.

The Deily Chvaaide Paris correarndent writes :—The Comteose de Paris will viait her son, the Dec D'Orisone, in a few days. The prince has resolved to begin writing a book on the question of prieon labour and priaon diaeipline. The Governor of Clairranx ha consented to provide hi
15 March 1890 - Herald of Wales - Swansea, Glamorgan, Wales
 
SWANSEA PAVILION. General Manager F. LA1AE01:711. A lIIGH-CLASS THEATRII Oy VARIETIES, OPEN EVE= Evrarnto, With a London Company of Star

SWANSEA PAVILION. General Manager F. LA1AE01:711. A lIIGH-CLASS THEATRII Oy VARIETIES, OPEN EVE= Evrarnto, With a London Company of Star

Artistes. Doort open Lao, commence 8. Balcony, le.; Pit, Bd.; GALLERY 48. No half-price.
15 March 1890 - Herald of Wales - Swansea, Glamorgan, Wales
 
MACHINE-MADE re A_ K E. • RIO HARD S . I 33, STREET, SWANSEA. SEED CAKE 6d. per SULTANA' .

MACHINE-MADE re A_ K E. • RIO HARD S . I 33, STREET, SWANSEA. SEED CAKE 6d. per SULTANA' .

CURRANT 4d. ~ MAMMA iod. „ GENOA WHOLESALE PRICES on APPLICATION'
15 March 1890 - Herald of Wales - Swansea, Glamorgan, Wales
 
T. YO RATH , Having bought a Large Quantity of BLACK FRENCH MEBINOES CASHMERES AND CRAYES, Much below their value,

T. YO RATH , Having bought a Large Quantity of BLACK FRENCH MEBINOES CASHMERES AND CRAYES, Much below their value,

ts Now them at COMMERCE HOUSE 228, HIGH STREET, SWANSEA, Along with a Large Variety of the Newest Styles in CRAPE BONNETS, From to. to 245. lid. Special 'value 4s. lid, 6s. 1 Idrand 9s. lid. each. MILLINERY, MANTLE, & DRESS MAKTNG. , With Fit, Style, and Neat Work Guaranteed. An
15 March 1890 - Herald of Wales - Swansea, Glamorgan, Wales
 
TIM INTERNATIONAL LABOUR CONFERENCE. SIR CHARLES DILKE'S OPINION OF IT.

TIM INTERNATIONAL LABOUR CONFERENCE. SIR CHARLES DILKE'S OPINION OF IT.

The New York Honk! Paris correspondent says Chas. fluke, who has just arrived in Paris, expressed himself to a Hers dcorrespon. dent in regard to the imperial receipts of the German Emperor. It is hard to say, began Sir , just now for these proposals to improve the lot of workin
15 February 1890 - Herald of Wales - Swansea, Glamorgan, Wales
 
TLOBOAT MEN DROWNED.

TLOBOAT MEN DROWNED.

- - An accident on the river t Memphis to the tugboat Portesds, which foundered after colliding with the pier of a bridge, proved to be very dicastvua. It is known that out of a crew of Se men seven were drowned.
15 February 1890 - Herald of Wales - Swansea, Glamorgan, Wales