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Official Starting Prices DUNSTALL PARK.

Official Starting Prices DUNSTALL PARK.

RACE. WINNER Allbrighton The,Sitint 8 to I on Brewood Hurdle.. Gargoyle 4 to 1 agst Kingswinford Moonshine 11 11 to 8 on :Statiordsiiire Xantlic, 6 to 1 agst Bushbury Magician 9 to 4 agst Tettenhall Podophyllon 10 t0 1 ugs6 Tlle abuve prices are lueutical with thost n the Racing
21 January 1890 - South Wales Echo - Cardiff, Glamorgan, Wales
 
THE ANGLO-PORTUGESEI DISPUTE.

THE ANGLO-PORTUGESEI DISPUTE.

THE ANGLO-PORTUGESE I DISPUTE. The Manchester Examiner and Times of to-day (Tuesday) denies the statement of the Lisbon papers that the Manchester mills have had to be closed in consequence of Portuguese traders cut- ting off their connection with English houses, but says it is t
21 January 1890 - South Wales Echo - Cardiff, Glamorgan, Wales
 
!Surprised in a Leeds ! Pawnshop. i

!Surprised in a Leeds ! Pawnshop. i

Surprised in a Leeds Pawnshop. A FIERCE STRUGGLE WITH THIEVES. SMART CAPTURE OF THE ASSAILANTS. I A fight with hotiseureolen- and a clever arre.-t happened in Leeds last night, the circum- stances reflecting great credit upon the bravery, vigilance, and smartness of the Leeds bor
13 April 1891 - South Wales Echo - Cardiff, Glamorgan, Wales
 
IN DARKEST CARDIFF. I

IN DARKEST CARDIFF. I

At Cardiff police-court to-day, Jérémiah Savage, ten year? old, and Margaret Crowley, eight years, were brought up on remand chatyed with wandering about St. Mary-street without being under proper guardianship on the 5th iust. The evidence showed that the children bed wretched h
13 April 1891 - South Wales Echo - Cardiff, Glamorgan, Wales
 
A STEEPLEJACK'S TERRIBLE FALL.

A STEEPLEJACK'S TERRIBLE FALL.

This morning a young man named Frank Lee, a steeplejack, was at work near the top of a chimney stack in the gun wharf &t Portsmouth, when the scaffolding gave way, and he tell a dis. tance of 80 feet, on to the top of a factory. He was removed to the station hospital in an insen
13 April 1891 - South Wales Echo - Cardiff, Glamorgan, Wales
 
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12s 6d per lb for tea. This tea was pur. chased by the Mazawattee Ceylon Tea Co., London. CR.INJRIRR ANTI LAWN TENNIS.—The Largest) Stock in Wales. The Glamorgan Bat (anti-coneus.iive), 12s 6;1. T. Page Wood and Co., Cardiff UHt- Gi HEAT Birgab: a Hisnber S. eTW nef. t? be L J so
13 April 1891 - South Wales Echo - Cardiff, Glamorgan, Wales
 
THE STRIKE AT MANNJNGHAM II MILLS, BRADFORD.

THE STRIKE AT MANNJNGHAM II MILLS, BRADFORD.

THE STRIKE AT MANNJNGHAM MILLS, BRADFORD. Open-air Meetings Dispersed by Force For several weeks a large number of the hands* employed at the Manningham Plush and Silk Mills, Bradford which are owned chiefly by Mr S. C. Lister, the Tory M.P. for the Skipton Division of Yorkshire—
13 April 1891 - South Wales Echo - Cardiff, Glamorgan, Wales
 
ADVANCE IN FLOUR.

ADVANCE IN FLOUR.

Owing to the continued advance in the flour .2k "?t the price from this day (Monday) is 2s 6d per score for plaintie quality.
13 April 1891 - South Wales Echo - Cardiff, Glamorgan, Wales
 
THE UTOPIA DISASTER.

THE UTOPIA DISASTER.

[P.YUTF,P.'S -PFLEGRAIf.] GIBRALTAR, Saturday. Only two bodies of victims of the Utopia disaster have been recovered since last Sun- day. The total number buried either ashore or at sea is now 450. Thirty-four more were recovered along the Spanish coast, thus leaving 66 persons
13 April 1891 - South Wales Echo - Cardiff, Glamorgan, Wales
 
IA PILOT'S WIFE DROWNED AT ( CARDIFF. I-

IA PILOT'S WIFE DROWNED AT ( CARDIFF. I-

A PILOT'S WIFE DROWNED AT CARDIFF. Shortly after eleven o'clock on Saturday night Mary Berkeley, wife of John Berkeley, a well- known Cardiff pilot, was drowned in the Glamor- ganshire Canal, near the Old Sea Lock. For many years past the deceased had suffered from epilepsy, for
13 April 1891 - South Wales Echo - Cardiff, Glamorgan, Wales