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INTERNATIONAL TO ASSIST

INTERNATIONAL TO ASSIST

LLANELLY. Llanelly have secured the services of J. D. Bartlett. the Welsh international right wing, for their match against Bath on Saturday. T. E. Jones-Davies again figures on the left wing, The side selected is as follows:—Ewart Thomas; from, Ned Samuel, Sid Howells. T. E. Jo
19 September 1928 - Western Mail - Cardiff, Glamorgan, Wales
 
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19 September 1928 - Western Mail - Cardiff, Glamorgan, Wales
 
FIFTY YEARS AGO•

FIFTY YEARS AGO•

From the Western Mail, September 19,Wettb National Eisteddfod.—At the National Eisteddfod at Birkenhead Wednesday the great event of the day Co°l4 the choral competition for 190. from Aberdare, the Rhondda Valley., North Wales, and Liverpool comPele°' The prise was awarded to Ll
19 September 1928 - Western Mail - Cardiff, Glamorgan, Wales
 
JUDGE AND LLOYD'S PITIABLE PLIGHT.

JUDGE AND LLOYD'S PITIABLE PLIGHT.

The Judge, in passing sentence, said:— "If I were able to do so I would be glad, in your case, to exercise mercy by giving you a short sentence. But I have to remember the public, and I cannot regard the case of a solicitor who has deliberately stolen the money of his clients in
19 September 1928 - Western Mail - Cardiff, Glamorgan, Wales
 
MAESTEG ASKS FOR SHARE.

MAESTEG ASKS FOR SHARE.

ADMINISTRATION OF DISTRESS FUND. "FIGUREHEADS."
19 September 1928 - Western Mail - Cardiff, Glamorgan, Wales
 

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EARL OF DURHAM

EARL OF DURHAM

DEAD.
19 September 1928 - Western Mail - Cardiff, Glamorgan, Wales
 
SHEEP-DOG TRIALS AT LLANDUDNO. NORTH WALES WINS THE " DOUBLES." '1 he annual trials of the International sheep-dog Society commenced

SHEEP-DOG TRIALS AT LLANDUDNO. NORTH WALES WINS THE " DOUBLES." '1 he annual trials of the International sheep-dog Society commenced

on Tuesday before a large gathering on the Llandudno golf course. Only 34 dogs are in the field, earlier contests having eliminated the lees rkilful performers. Tuesday's programmes consisted of the doubles competition, in which the handler had the assistance of two collies to "
19 September 1928 - Western Mail - Cardiff, Glamorgan, Wales
 
WESTERN MAIL & SOUTH WALES NEWS, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 19, zias. WELSH DRAPERS IN LONDON.

WESTERN MAIL & SOUTH WALES NEWS, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 19, zias. WELSH DRAPERS IN LONDON.

19 September 1928 - Western Mail - Cardiff, Glamorgan, Wales
 
THE GRAND OLD MAN OF NEWPORT: W. E. HEARD WRITES HIS REMINISCENCES.

THE GRAND OLD MAN OF NEWPORT: W. E. HEARD WRITES HIS REMINISCENCES.

LOOKING BACK OVER 80 YEARS. " OLD BRIGADE " OF SOUTH WALES DOCKSMEN. in u iuety-fourth year, Mr. tal i" ) 1:-au Heard, the "Grand did" of Newport and doyen of octstueil that port, hag con . rite his reminiscences the 11' , ,tern. Mai/4. Soya Wales who is still wonder- and attend
19 September 1928 - Western Mail - Cardiff, Glamorgan, Wales
 
Here is indeed a Bridge of Empire!

Here is indeed a Bridge of Empire!

In competition with the whole World the order to build the Sydney Bridge was given to Britain by the Empire Overseas. It will cost £4,260,000, and the making of its 50,000 tons of steel will have provided employment for thousands of British workers for five years. New South Wale
19 September 1928 - Western Mail - Cardiff, Glamorgan, Wales