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16 February 1889 - Herald of Wales - Swansea, Glamorgan, Wales
 
ALL MY BET I'ER D 3 WARRANTED ABAOLITTELY FURL.

ALL MY BET I'ER D 3 WARRANTED ABAOLITTELY FURL.

CHOICEST MARGARINE, 33, 7d, and Si per lb. Thiele a mixture of the rtnent Danish Butter and Beat Margarine, made apecially for Lipton's Markets—equal to what is sold elsewhere at Is per lb. The Margarine is acknowledged by ten' of thousands to be the finest quality in BLitain. O
09 February 1889 - Herald of Wales - Swansea, Glamorgan, Wales
 
BITS PROM BOOKS.

BITS PROM BOOKS.

SPORT AMATIT/I. SPORTBMIX, Though careful himself in handling a gun, Si' ifichard sometimes raeLly courted a danger, for 11,- delighted to bring down from London, to stay a or two at Rockwood, moms Solemn, old bankruptcy official, and make the unhappy roan .who hardly knew one e
09 February 1889 - Herald of Wales - Swansea, Glamorgan, Wales
 
THE GREAT SWANSEA CHURCH DEFENCE MEETWILL CASE, ING AT SWANSEA. SPEECHFS BY MR J. T. D. LLEWELLYN AND ICE REV.

THE GREAT SWANSEA CHURCH DEFENCE MEETWILL CASE, ING AT SWANSEA. SPEECHFS BY MR J. T. D. LLEWELLYN AND ICE REV.

THOMAS MOORE. A crowded meeting of Chnrolimen was held at the Drill Hall, Swansea, on Wednesday evening, to hear an aeeerese by the Rev Thomas Moore, Vicar of All Hallows, London, on the "Present attacks on the Church of England." Mr J. T. D. Llewellyn presided, and on the platf
09 February 1889 - Herald of Wales - Swansea, Glamorgan, Wales
 
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09 February 1889 - Herald of Wales - Swansea, Glamorgan, Wales
 
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09 February 1889 - Herald of Wales - Swansea, Glamorgan, Wales
 
SLAUGHTER OF SIX HUNDRED CATTLE.

SLAUGHTER OF SIX HUNDRED CATTLE.

The Cumberland local authority have, it is stated, resolved to alaughter two more herds of cattle in that county which have been affected by the contagion of pleuro-pneumonia. One, at Cardew Hall, (lomat@ of 126 cattle, and the other at Guar& Gretna, of 109, making altogether, w
09 February 1889 - Herald of Wales - Swansea, Glamorgan, Wales
 
CASH ADVANCED BY SOL. BA.RNETT, FROM £2 TO £2OO, ON BILL OF SALE, FRORIBSARY NOTES, OR ANY OTHER AVAILABLE SECURITY.

CASH ADVANCED BY SOL. BA.RNETT, FROM £2 TO £2OO, ON BILL OF SALE, FRORIBSARY NOTES, OR ANY OTHER AVAILABLE SECURITY.

To Gentlemen, Farmers, Tradesmen, and all Classes of Householders. or BILLS COUNTED. NO FEES. NO FINES. Application Forms and particulars to be obtained at 40, QUEEN STREET, NEATH, OR 4a, OLD SWAN BUILDINGS, DYNEVOR PLACE, SWA.NSF.S. R. B. attends Neath every Wedneaday, from 10
09 February 1889 - Herald of Wales - Swansea, Glamorgan, Wales
 
BOOTS! BOOTS!! REPAIRS! REPAIRS! ! REED'S NEW BESPOKE BOOT AND SHOE SHOP. REPAIRS DONE WHETS WAIL . A. • REED

BOOTS! BOOTS!! REPAIRS! REPAIRS! ! REED'S NEW BESPOKE BOOT AND SHOE SHOP. REPAIRS DONE WHETS WAIL . A. • REED

Hue jost opened hie New Boot Making and Repairing Shop, at 10, NEW STREET, NEATH. Overly opposite Er J. Bevan Davits, ironmonger), whore he executes every amoriptiort of be• spoke work. Ladu wed Oon& Fesidonable Boots sod Shoes. Working Men's Botta and Shoee ilandAiewn. Moderate
09 February 1889 - Herald of Wales - Swansea, Glamorgan, Wales
 
THE THREATENED STRIKE OF GA.SWORKS EMPLOYES. A EIgITLEMENT ARRIVED AT.

THE THREATENED STRIKE OF GA.SWORKS EMPLOYES. A EIgITLEMENT ARRIVED AT.

The threatened strike of Swansea gas stokers has obviated, and a settlement has been arrived at satisfactory. Since the handing in of the notices the manager has met the men in the most friendly fashion, and, admitting the justice of their requisition, has decided to break the d
17 August 1889 - Herald of Wales - Swansea, Glamorgan, Wales