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FOURTEEN E2GTNEB AT WORK. A SAW MILL DESTROYED.

FOURTEEN E2GTNEB AT WORK. A SAW MILL DESTROYED.

FOURTEEN AT WORK. A SAW MILL DESTROYED. NARROW EI9CAPFI3. The Central News, telegraphingon Thursday; says enormous fire broke out this morning at the Baltic Wharf, Buckingham Palace London, W., and is still raging. The property attacked is that of Messrs Joshua, Knights and Co„,
30 March 1889 - Herald of Wales - Swansea, Glamorgan, Wales
 
FENERA _1t515/J

FENERA _1t515/J

It is undendood that Lord asseshill this evegn tliondiesnmsd debate Government's naval proposals. A Cherbourg telegram states that a French boat has foundered during a gale, with 14 hands The on the railway at the docks at Goole were destroyed by fire on Saturday morning. The da
30 March 1889 - Herald of Wales - Swansea, Glamorgan, Wales
 
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niTIME TitEINARCIC ON 0/ e r, Ded,b—Where the del &you do that youllever write a working from morn to night lilts nave nothing todo at afts-yon n S line as well as looking (.' 4 l tbe wall of God knows what entertain a regular oorrespondenl that during Eve days I do not bow for
30 March 1889 - Herald of Wales - Swansea, Glamorgan, Wales
 
m-1 goal 3 tries 5 minors ad-1 try.

m-1 goal 3 tries 5 minors ad-1 try.

TINGHAM v. RANGERS übe played their return match on it Valky Parade, Manningbani, berate attendance. A well-contested led in a decisive win for Mamsing-1 score : goals 2 minors. e—l minor. MELEStERV. I the ground of the former, day, in the presence of about 6,000 apectatarb. Mex
30 March 1889 - Herald of Wales - Swansea, Glamorgan, Wales
 
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John;

at ofSeers 1 ba nsti r r i ; - -•daiobae . . _ good . That i U , 1XL13.16%, .11 Q 0 would be enabled to extend to Ireland local se/f government in a form similar to that ze extended to England. (Loud Applacas a . l )t Llewellyn went on to speak of the rating of royalties, and in
30 March 1889 - Herald of Wales - Swansea, Glamorgan, Wales
 
,Imore there (Cihireta) ryThiroiiiderirta reitm Sift; woo -- ' ' – when

,Imore there (Cihireta) ryThiroiiiderirta reitm Sift; woo -- ' ' – when

,Imore there (Cihireta) -- ' ' - when - - - apFoaching
30 March 1889 - Herald of Wales - Swansea, Glamorgan, Wales
 
SWANSEA CHAMBER OF COMMERCE.

SWANSEA CHAMBER OF COMMERCE.

A raesthig of the Swansea Chamber of Commerce was held at the Gni/dhall an Friday afternoon. Mr. R. D. presided, and amongst present were Messrs. A. P. Steeds, John Dixon, Joseph Hall, D. Imrie Torath, A. W. Heiden, H. Goldberg, R. J. Mai - thews, T.Pascoe, IMPBOVMD ODMILTINICAT
30 March 1889 - Herald of Wales - Swansea, Glamorgan, Wales
 
SUGARS Di

SUGARS Di

IWN AGAIN. lid lb I Prime Virelsh Butters Is ▪ ga lb Pure Lard in Bladders 6d 2d lb Finest Mild American I • is 8d lb Cheese 6d 2s lb I Finest Mild Cheese ... 54d lb Wel,h I Bacon, Reduced ... 6d&sdlb s ld lb
30 March 1889 - Herald of Wales - Swansea, Glamorgan, Wales
 
BRITISH CAPITAL IN CUBA.

BRITISH CAPITAL IN CUBA.

There is, says Acting Consul-General Little, of Havana, in his last report, in the production of =gar and tobacco, not to mention less-developed industries, a fair field open in Cuba for British enterprise. During the pas* year nearly £1,000,000 of British and colonial capital h
26 October 1889 - Herald of Wales - Swansea, Glamorgan, Wales
 
Mb WAY OUT OF TROUBLE.

Mb WAY OUT OF TROUBLE.

If you area farmer and your ore fail, or if you , perplexed about, buying or cattle, RAPHAEL' Almanac and it and hours to ensure success in all 15 yo u a gardener and 88.3 A A AEL U y flowersyour Our and R Alfn ur anac and it will you'vrai t to sow. sot, graft, prune. transplant
26 October 1889 - Herald of Wales - Swansea, Glamorgan, Wales