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HOUSES AND LAND TO LET

HOUSES AND LAND TO LET

OUSE to Let, electric light, Clive-placo, Penarth.—Box 2103, Mail and Echo, Penarth. XJ OUSE to Let, 288, New port-road; 3 large X X reception-rooms, 7 bedrooms, usual offices, white tiled scullery and pantry; tastefully decorated throughout; large garden, garage 2 can at rear.—
02 January 1940 - Western Mail - Cardiff, Glamorgan, Wales
 
FARM AND GARDEN

FARM AND GARDEN

IJ3OR Sale, quantity of Clean Oat Straw -A- —Edwards, White Hall. Nelson.
02 January 1940 - Western Mail - Cardiff, Glamorgan, Wales
 
GERMANY 8 ATTITUDE

GERMANY 8 ATTITUDE

It is at the special request of th* Finnish and Swedish Governments that no details are being published showing the extent and the exact nature of the help that is being given. Beth these Governments have asked (or this information to be kept secret for strategic as well as poli
02 January 1940 - Western Mail - Cardiff, Glamorgan, Wales
 
WELSH ROMANCE AT GRETNA GREEN

WELSH ROMANCE AT GRETNA GREEN

Service at Dawn at the Old Blacksmith's Shop Villagers Gretna Green joined in celebration at the old blacksmith's shop there just after the New Year dawned when young Welsh couple were married over the anvil. The couple were Roy Thompson, who is in his twenty-first year, and Joa
02 January 1940 - Western Mail - Cardiff, Glamorgan, Wales
 
IN TOWN LAST WEEK ... By A LADY OF ST. JAMES’S

IN TOWN LAST WEEK ... By A LADY OF ST. JAMES’S

02 January 1940 - Western Mail - Cardiff, Glamorgan, Wales
 

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MORURTY’S SALE

MORURTY’S SALE

ENDS TO-MORROW (SATURDAY) FINAL REDUCTIONS NOW JOHN MORIARTY LTD., THE BALTIC, CASTLE ST.,
12 January 1940 - Western Mail - Cardiff, Glamorgan, Wales
 
PRINCE LITTLER S GRAND PANTO,

PRINCE LITTLER S GRAND PANTO,

‘CINDERELLA’i WITH AN ALL-STAR CAST. BOOK NOWI
12 January 1940 - Western Mail - Cardiff, Glamorgan, Wales
 
PRINCE OF WALES THEATRE

PRINCE OF WALES THEATRE

’Phona: 3538. Nightly at 7 clack. Matmae*. Thursday and Saturday at 3.30. BERNARD SHAW’S Great Play off the Moment, “GENEVA” Btimnlatinc . . . Daring . . . Prorocatlva . . . Dittnrblnc . . • Grandlr a«t«d. •‘THE WORLDS LOUDEST LAUGH.••
12 January 1940 - Western Mail - Cardiff, Glamorgan, Wales
 
BIRTHDAY CRtETINCS

BIRTHDAY CRtETINCS

Llongyfarehiadau i’n fain a iain. Mr*. Elizabeth Jones. Ddlyeoed. \berrraf. ar ei Phen -yn mlwydd oed.-Ei Phlant a’i Wynon. 1
10 February 1940 - Western Mail - Cardiff, Glamorgan, Wales
 
IMPORTANT HALF.

IMPORTANT HALF.

IN LOTS. THE FREEHOLD HILL FARMS, adjoining and together, nearly completely in a ring fence, known RHYDW, with substantial House and ample Buildings. Cement Yards, new Model Piggery, and 2 ACRES. THE HAFOD, with Stone and Slated House. Extensive Stabling and Shedding (partly dis
10 February 1940 - Western Mail - Cardiff, Glamorgan, Wales