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GROCERY ASSISTANTS

GROCERY ASSISTANTS

GROCERY, Provisions. Lads' Bepuired• 28-30; thoroughly experienced: full particulars first letter.—Box 120. Western Wail. Swansea. 1
20 November 1933 - Western Mail - Cardiff, Glamorgan, Wales
 
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pRIFYSGOL CYMRU. UNIVERSITY' OF WALE& The SIXTY.SIXTH ATRICIMATION EXAMINATION will commence on MONDAY. January 291 h. 1934. Entry Forms May be obtained from the Registrar. University Registry. Cathays Park. Cardiff, not later than January Ist, 1934. 2.7673 our an Sea Cruises. T
20 November 1933 - Western Mail - Cardiff, Glamorgan, Wales
 
ABERAVON.

ABERAVON.

Bale of VALUABLE LEAt3EHOLD PROPERTY onMain Road for Occupation or Investment. RDWARD ROBERTS and SON will OFFER for SALE by PUBLIC AUCTION, at the Walnut Tree Hotel. Aberavon. on THURSDAY. November 23rd. 1933. at Seven p.m., the Valuable Semi-ticta-lied LEASEHOLD PROPERTY, 37,
20 November 1933 - Western Mail - Cardiff, Glamorgan, Wales
 
SWANSEA.

SWANSEA.

Telephone 4235. Telegrams: Norcenco.
20 November 1933 - Western Mail - Cardiff, Glamorgan, Wales
 
SWEETS

SWEETS

DUKE'S JELLIED ALMONDS, nicest Sweet on earth; appetising, tonic. digestive. Yon can't 'lop eating them.
20 November 1933 - Western Mail - Cardiff, Glamorgan, Wales
 
By " Citizen "

By " Citizen "

20 November 1933 - Western Mail - Cardiff, Glamorgan, Wales
 
MISSING BICYCLE

MISSING BICYCLE

Magistrates Give Girl Benefit of Doubt Detective John Lamont, of the Newport Police, was commended by Newport county magistrates on Saturday for his smartness in a case in which Iris Mildred Curtis, of Maesglas-road, Newport, was accused of stealing a bicycle belonging to Doris
20 November 1933 - Western Mail - Cardiff, Glamorgan, Wales
 
REST OF THE MAN WHO SHOT DR. DOLLFUSS

REST OF THE MAN WHO SHOT DR. DOLLFUSS

Sentenced to Five Years' Gaol VIENNA, Saturday. Rudolf Robert Dertil, the young Austrian ex-soldier who shot Dr. Dollfuss in the lobby of Parliament House here on October 3, was sentenced to-day to five years' imprisonment for attempting to murder the Chancellor. The case for th
20 November 1933 - Western Mail - Cardiff, Glamorgan, Wales
 
BRIDGE R.E•PLACED

BRIDGE R.E•PLACED

Engineers' Busy Week-end at Cardiff The arched railway bridge erected by the old Rhymney Railway Company over Queen-street, Cardiff, was removed during Saturday night and re-placed by a new bridge. Two 35-ton cranes were employed and the task was completed by about midday on Sun
20 November 1933 - Western Mail - Cardiff, Glamorgan, Wales
 
DEATH OF S

DEATH OF S

DENSHAM Former Chairman of United Tanners' Federation The death has occurred at the age of 67, of Sir H. Percy Densham, K.8.E., of Glewstone Court, Ross, Herefordshi re. A son of Mr. Henry Densham, Bristol, he was educated at Bristol Grammar School. In 1897 he married Aileen, da
20 November 1933 - Western Mail - Cardiff, Glamorgan, Wales