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j THE TRADE OF SW. 'ANSEA. I

j THE TRADE OF SW. 'ANSEA. I

We an pleased to note that in each depart - meet of the of the port great tiedvity has be earperieneed the put week. As regents Me import envie, only has the shown mouth, been recovered, but the total for the mouth to date exceeds the total for the whole month of December year b
27 December 1890 - Herald of Wales - Swansea, Glamorgan, Wales
 
THE FLUX QUESTION. Meeting at Morriston.

THE FLUX QUESTION. Meeting at Morriston.

The Zoar Chapel Schoolroom, hforriston, was tilled to lin*. utmost capacity on Saturday with tinplate workers in the Owmtawe district, for the purpose of dismissing the: 'lux and the dispute which now eliie the Tinworks, Morriaton. The ' referred to the tinhouse of these where t
27 December 1890 - Herald of Wales - Swansea, Glamorgan, Wales
 
NORTH WALES.

NORTH WALES.

The enthronement of the Bbo o took phae oFriday, In Cathedral, the eeresointy being performed by the Suffragan Bishop of Dover. Commenting on thie sabiect the saya : A "Liberal and Newspaper been started In South Wake, with . J. Williams, M.P., se chairman. Mr. Williams is a man
27 December 1890 - Herald of Wales - Swansea, Glamorgan, Wales
 
AS is. SIC pstd tr. lod. eacia moat obesalass.ir Prom tbs 44, OXFORD WrXEIBT, BWA

AS is. SIC pstd tr. lod. eacia moat obesalass.ir Prom tbs 44, OXFORD WrXEIBT, BWA

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27 December 1890 - Herald of Wales - Swansea, Glamorgan, Wales
 
B A T .11 S.

B A T .11 S.

BATES. =IMO-WM „BATB4I 41711430410 T mama 844.1113 es FRIER W. I SWIMMING MATTIS: I um. NISDLEI AND SPRAY BATE. , BATUI Lax. BE a ALKALINE BATH. OPEN EVERY DAY, ECM? ETUNDA.Y.-- - .--er..-- asailiar t =are Thalami their Privaie liaskitota. Patients 4 Swansea Baths and .T.aundry
27 December 1890 - Herald of Wales - Swansea, Glamorgan, Wales
 
VIE FUTURE OF TONQUIX

VIE FUTURE OF TONQUIX

M. Jules Ferry, who has been elected Delegate for tonquin to the Upper Colonial Council, has addressed a letter to his constituenta, the French Ettlers in that colony. He tells them that in . appointing him they have not only given him a pzecious evidence of their confidence, bu
27 December 1890 - Herald of Wales - Swansea, Glamorgan, Wales
 
STRANGE DISCOVERY. The Body of a Farmer Found in a Cupboard.

STRANGE DISCOVERY. The Body of a Farmer Found in a Cupboard.

Arrest of the Nephew. The dead body of Mr. Joseph lentherthile, farmer, was found dead in a cupboard at Salcot, Essex, on Tuesday night. His nephew is arrested on suspicion of murder. , The murdered man Leatherdale bad for many years lived on a lonely farm with nephew, Arthur Le
27 December 1890 - Herald of Wales - Swansea, Glamorgan, Wales
 
DEATH OF A DYNAMITARD.

DEATH OF A DYNAMITARD.

Patriek M'Clabe, one of the dinanutards convicted in 1883 of an attempt to blow up the Glasgow Gasworks, died in Perth Penttentiary, the day beforebe should have been liberated Ho had been a lunatic for two years, and for the past year refused food, and bee been fed with the sto
27 December 1890 - Herald of Wales - Swansea, Glamorgan, Wales
 
IN CONFECTIONER'

IN CONFECTIONER'

CONFECTIONER' IN TOWN. --''' - ALL TIM - LATEST NOVELTIES n POR OHRIETMAIS Aim SI'ENV GIFTS,
27 December 1890 - Herald of Wales - Swansea, Glamorgan, Wales
 
DOWN AND SON. FOR GOOD, bIIIIRTANTLIL FURNITURE, BEDSTEADS, BEDDING CARPETS, LINOLEUM, AND EVERY DESCRIPTION OF HOME PURNITUBZ. STEAM CABINET WORKS,

DOWN AND SON. FOR GOOD, bIIIIRTANTLIL FURNITURE, BEDSTEADS, BEDDING CARPETS, LINOLEUM, AND EVERY DESCRIPTION OF HOME PURNITUBZ. STEAM CABINET WORKS,

SWANSEA: LARGEST AND CHEAEEST STEAM CABINET MA.NUELCTORY IN WALES. ILLUSTRATED C.A.TALOGITES FREE ON APPLICATION. jai MUCH CHEAPER THAN BRISTOL OR LONDON HOUSES. ESTABLISHED 1854
27 December 1890 - Herald of Wales - Swansea, Glamorgan, Wales