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ELOQUENCE

ELOQUENCE

When the Easter Week rising took place in 1910 it took not merely Mr. Birrell but the officials in Dublin Castle by complete surprise. This was practically the end of Mr. Birrell's political career. He visited Dublin, and on his return handed in his resignation, and in a speech
21 November 1933 - Western Mail - Cardiff, Glamorgan, Wales
 
NEWPORT BUSINESS MAN

NEWPORT BUSINESS MAN

Mr. Henry Morris, for many years a well-known local business man, has died at Newport He was a partner of the late Mr. J. 0. Dibble as oil and grease merchants until the partnership was dissolved and he took his son, Mr. Ernest H. Morris, into the business. Subsequently a limite
21 November 1933 - Western Mail - Cardiff, Glamorgan, Wales
 
MR. HENRY WEBS

MR. HENRY WEBS

The death has occurred at Cardiff Royal Infirmary of Mr. Henry Webb. Heolycyw, Pencoed, on Sunday. He was employed by the Raglan Colliery Company as a first-aid attendant, and was divisional superintendent of the Raglan Division of the St. John Ambulance Brigade. He was a native
21 November 1933 - Western Mail - Cardiff, Glamorgan, Wales
 
FOUND GUILTY OF SEDITIOUS SPEECH

FOUND GUILTY OF SEDITIOUS SPEECH

Assize Story of Communist's Frenzied Utterances n a a charge of having made a rd i t ious speech, Mark Cavell, aged w as found guilty at the Glamor- A" assizes at Cardiff on Monday, Iron s entence was deferred until and that the wound inflicted by Morris was accidental. Counsel
21 November 1933 - Western Mail - Cardiff, Glamorgan, Wales
 
ANY CENTRES TO VOTE AGAIN

ANY CENTRES TO VOTE AGAIN

A NY CENTRES TO VOTE AGAIN MADRID. Monday. ¶ 0 final summing-up Is possible o , , , ght but. amid the general eonloo. the following estimate (given id every reserve) seems reason- Az mr• — -Marxist Coalition, 175 (90 per w il ls, Ili) (Democratic Right, loyal vet Republic under t
21 November 1933 - Western Mail - Cardiff, Glamorgan, Wales
 
SHIPPING CASUALTIES

SHIPPING CASUALTIES

[Lloyd's Telegrams.] Monday. GETSIR B.E. I.9l.—Longhope. Orkney. telegraphs: Iceland trawler (ieyw ashore Tbrness Point; sixteen of crew and two pase!ngen save d by lifeboat; verse' expected total wreck. CASBY.—Britieb steamer Canby apparently undamaged, no leakages certificate
21 November 1933 - Western Mail - Cardiff, Glamorgan, Wales
 
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21 November 1933 - Western Mail - Cardiff, Glamorgan, Wales
 
WESTERN MAIL & SOUTH WALES NEWS, TUESDAY, NO a 1,3: ER 21, mg.

WESTERN MAIL & SOUTH WALES NEWS, TUESDAY, NO a 1,3: ER 21, mg.

21 November 1933 - Western Mail - Cardiff, Glamorgan, Wales
 
OUT OF BALANCE

OUT OF BALANCE

Walter Price, Longford Farm, Neath Abbey. at Neath on Monday was fined £3 and costs for being in possession of an unjust scale. Assistant-inspector James (Weights and Measures) said he saw defendant's wagon with vegetables being hawked in Penydre, Neath, and when he tested the s
21 November 1933 - Western Mail - Cardiff, Glamorgan, Wales
 
FIRST-AID AND ITS HISTORY Development Due to the Japanese The importance of Lmbulance work was emphasised by Professor A. W.

FIRST-AID AND ITS HISTORY Development Due to the Japanese The importance of Lmbulance work was emphasised by Professor A. W.

Sheen, C.8.E., M.S., F.R.C.S., in an address to the members of the Cardiff Rotary Club on Monday. Professor Sheen traced the history of ambulance work, chiefly from a military aspect, from 3,000 year's B.C. to the Great War and said that it was not until 1700 or the early part o
21 November 1933 - Western Mail - Cardiff, Glamorgan, Wales