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20 January 1933 - Port Talbot Guardian - Port Talbot, Glamorgan, Wales
 
[MIMIC II TIE WAIE WI. MEI All STATION lIAI MUST AMUSE

[MIMIC II TIE WAIE WI. MEI All STATION lIAI MUST AMUSE

[MIMIC II TIE WAIE WI. All STATION MUST a greatranurre of danger. Although Aid. H. J. Thomus presided they had another bridge now, chitthe Sanitary wntn iittee or ` l l : ors wg . dren and others still used it a great Talbot Town Council on Tuesday. i deal. Colin. Macey said that
20 January 1933 - Port Talbot Guardian - Port Talbot, Glamorgan, Wales
 
NO INSURANCE AND OSSTRUC- TION OASES.

NO INSURANCE AND OSSTRUC- TION OASES.

Wililaiji H. Hoop:, Frynone Street, Swansea, a motor driver, was lined ilk. for to produce a certificate of insurance of a motor vehicle to a police officer. P.C. David .Lloyd tleorge said mat on December 3rd, at 12.40 p.m., Hoops was involved in an accident in Lonlas Road, Skew
20 January 1933 - Port Talbot Guardian - Port Talbot, Glamorgan, Wales
 
ACK 3d. PER TABLET. -- INSIST ON THE ORIGINAL AND REST SELF WASHER. FROM ALL GROCERS. SAYE YOUR WRAPPERS FOR

ACK 3d. PER TABLET. -- INSIST ON THE ORIGINAL AND REST SELF WASHER. FROM ALL GROCERS. SAYE YOUR WRAPPERS FOR

USEFUL GIFTS.
20 January 1933 - Port Talbot Guardian - Port Talbot, Glamorgan, Wales
 
WANTED. 'KANTER, tactful, energetic Bales- # O . I a IANTED, Experienced Canvasser, -' women, Church members •pw • -

WANTED. 'KANTER, tactful, energetic Bales- # O . I a IANTED, Experienced Canvasser, -' women, Church members •pw • -

by Well-known Furnishers; ferred, any village, town, elikvilllk nit have experience of Neath DI& sell absolutely necessary Food tricts ; state age, wages required.— Necessities; 20 per cent. profit.— Apply Box 311, " Guardian " Particulars, stamped reply, with Num, qualification
20 January 1933 - Port Talbot Guardian - Port Talbot, Glamorgan, Wales
 
and the singing of the Welsh National Anthem. The °facers present were: Mrs. A. praident; Mrs. Akers, chairman; Mrs. Parr,

and the singing of the Welsh National Anthem. The °facers present were: Mrs. A. praident; Mrs. Akers, chairman; Mrs. Parr,

vice-chairman; Mrs 0. Ress hon. secretary; sad Mrs. T. Ournnilnits , treasurer.
20 January 1933 - Port Talbot Guardian - Port Talbot, Glamorgan, Wales
 
THE LORDSHIP OF OUNOROAL

THE LORDSHIP OF OUNOROAL

In the Neath Free I.ibrary is a rare old book entitled: The Historie of Cambria, now called Wales, by Humfrey Lhoyd, augmented and continued by David Powell, 1384. The work tif Humphrey Lhoyd was an English translation of the history, written In Latin by Caradoc of Liencumin. of
21 April 1933 - Port Talbot Guardian - Port Talbot, Glamorgan, Wales
 
MEATH GIRL'S NURSING POST. Miss Nettie Harris, who left Neat!'

MEATH GIRL'S NURSING POST. Miss Nettie Harris, who left Neat!'

With! about six years ago to take up tilt Richard a man, of nursing has been High street s Glynneath W3B riding a I amointed sister in one of the larged pedal cycle down Chain Road, Glyn- hospitals in London. In addii,,on neath last Wedneectn , night, when her trr..ining she hol
21 April 1933 - Port Talbot Guardian - Port Talbot, Glamorgan, Wales
 
THE DOG'S CHANGE OF COAT. EXPEDITING THE PROCESS. Ity PHILOKUON."

THE DOG'S CHANGE OF COAT. EXPEDITING THE PROCESS. Ity PHILOKUON."

THE DOG'S CHANGE OF COAT. EXPEDITING THE PROCESS. PHILOKUON." With the approach of spring, dogs begin to renew their coats, shedding the old and growing a new one. For a few weeks they look unti h', the hair losing its lustre, and every day quantities come out in the brosh. There
21 April 1933 - Port Talbot Guardian - Port Talbot, Glamorgan, Wales