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GENERAL NEWS.

GENERAL NEWS.

1 The Duchess of Rishmondhas gained strength sine° Thursday, and suffers pain. The Hon. W. Lowther, M.P., is lying ill at his Westmoreland seat. A telegram from Nice, on Friday, says :—A slight shook of earthquake ocoarred here this morning. No damage was done. Mr. Thomas Watson
12 March 1887 - Herald of Wales - Swansea, Glamorgan, Wales
 
THE STRANGE AFFAIR AT BRYNHYFRYD.

THE STRANGE AFFAIR AT BRYNHYFRYD.

At the Dillwyn public-house, Brynhyfryd, on Thursday afternoon, at 3 o'clock, Mr. T. N. T. Striok, the deputycoroner, opened an enquiry into the circumstances attending the death of a yonrg man named Rielaird Davies, aged 20 years, and engaged ac a storekeeper in the Morin Coppe
12 March 1887 - Herald of Wales - Swansea, Glamorgan, Wales
 
PON TARDA WE. ECHOES BY "ROAMER."

PON TARDA WE. ECHOES BY "ROAMER."

The Heing town of Pontardawe is pushing ite way to the front, and, notwithstanding the cry of " bad times," everything seems prosperous and thriving among its inhabitant,. It follows the example of the larger towns, and can boast of popular entertainments, hid once a fortnight.
12 March 1887 - Herald of Wales - Swansea, Glamorgan, Wales
 
—Gems front the States. Collected 110 ittoraosa Nicholson.

—Gems front the States. Collected 110 ittoraosa Nicholson.

—Gems the States. Collected 110 Nicholson. MTZBATTTIONB OF TRZ BABYLONIAN The story of the Shamir, or worm which cut Temple stones, famous in the Middle Ages, at one Or the kgcith oh the Babylonian Talmud. '.. h • dame who knows the secret of its capture is Ashmedai, or Asmodeus,
12 March 1887 - Herald of Wales - Swansea, Glamorgan, Wales
 
Pontardawe Notes. [By " RoAitsa.")

Pontardawe Notes. [By " RoAitsa.")

I often think if the supporters of the State Church in Wales had been like the Shepherd Boy, who cried " Wolf " when there was no wolf, they would not now be endeavouring to steer clear of the "Dillwynian Rocks" upon which the present Establishment will be wrecked. Probably the
12 March 1887 - Herald of Wales - Swansea, Glamorgan, Wales
 
SHIPS SPOKEN,

SHIPS SPOKEN,

Adventurer, Iquigue to tilmonth, 45 days, Jan. 18, 33 8., 95 W., by the Westland in the Thames Bothnia, barque, Meeting N.E., 56 days out, Tan. 20,25 23W., by the Westland in the Thames.
12 March 1887 - Herald of Wales - Swansea, Glamorgan, Wales
 
'LIBERALISM, RAbInAL- ISM, sOCiALISM. " FRIDAY. —Before J. G. Hall and L. Tn.!loch, Beers. Mary Norman, otherwise Lady Tic+Morns, was

'LIBERALISM, RAbInAL- ISM, sOCiALISM. " FRIDAY. —Before J. G. Hall and L. Tn.!loch, Beers. Mary Norman, otherwise Lady Tic+Morns, was

charged with being drunk and disorderly in Goat-street, ow the :>rd Mat, and on the evidence of P.O. was sentenced to seven days' imprisonment. Martha 13eyaon, married, 14, John-street, for a similar offence, in Chapel-street, on the 40h inst, W3lB fined, or five days. P.C. Lewi
12 March 1887 - Herald of Wales - Swansea, Glamorgan, Wales
 
THE FA CILITIES OF CARDTF'F AND SWANSEA COMPARED THE CARDIFF DAILIES TAKEN TO BOOK.

THE FA CILITIES OF CARDTF'F AND SWANSEA COMPARED THE CARDIFF DAILIES TAKEN TO BOOK.

[By OM 13PEOIAL OOREESPONDENT.] The returns of the trade of the harbour for the week just ended have e gin been of a satisfactory character, and as was the case in the previous week, the whole trade has been over the average, and this notwithstanding the lowest neap tides of the
12 March 1887 - Herald of Wales - Swansea, Glamorgan, Wales
 
SWANSEA POLICE COURT.

SWANSEA POLICE COURT.

WEIWEEMAY. —Before J. Trey. JenlFin, aid J. G. Hall, Eeqrs. VIII 189TH APPEASANCIS. Ellen SW . e.;nei -- was ---- ag.iiu'brought up charged with drunkenneem on the Strand, on the Bth inet, and on the evidence of P.C. Jones was sent to prison for a mon , h. She was brought to the
12 March 1887 - Herald of Wales - Swansea, Glamorgan, Wales
 
DAVID HARRIS, F. Sh. S., g, RANSEL STREET, SWANSEA, Rapidly trains Pupils to write Pitman's Shortand at ONE BONDRED words

DAVID HARRIS, F. Sh. S., g, RANSEL STREET, SWANSEA, Rapidly trains Pupils to write Pitman's Shortand at ONE BONDRED words

per minute. For Terms, Testimonials, &a , apply aa above or Akio LESSONS GIVEN in Arithmetioh Book-keeping, Chemistry, Electricity, Navigation, Steam. &e.
12 March 1887 - Herald of Wales - Swansea, Glamorgan, Wales