Who optional
What else? optional

Your search returned 285,186 articles

LOCAL POLICE-COURTS.

LOCAL POLICE-COURTS.

{EN. CARDIFF. FIRST COURT. ?? THURSDAY.-CBefore Aldermen BEAV.AN and AL., TRCOUNCE and Mr. T. H. STEPHENS.) 4 here THE TAVISTOCH HOTEL LICENCE. Mr. Joseph Henry Jones made an application cept for the transfer of the licence of the Tavistock ?? lotel from Mr. Beard to a new landl
08 December 1899 - Western Mail - Cardiff, Glamorgan, Wales
 
SOCIAL AND PERSONAL.

SOCIAL AND PERSONAL.

A Bank of England note for £1,000 was given, by an Englishman at a charity bazaar in Vienna lately for a single kiss from the Marchioness Pallairecini. LordWindsor,who has succeeded Lord .Cobham in command of the Worcestershire Yeomanry Cavalry, has served many years in the regi
25 May 1893 - Western Mail - Cardiff, Glamorgan, Wales
 
SOUTH WALES TIDE TABLE

SOUTH WALES TIDE TABLE

SOU'TH WALES TIVrI TAHLE ?? I ;I n m m 0 C I- 5! zI a, to~ Zi l ~ .4 I M :) 1)I HI . Weilees Mor;ihig ...I 8 9 7 17 j 811 7 24 7 2 drJy. E Evening . 8381 7 351 829 743 7bl Dec. 21 / H-.igbt . 32 5 129 1 321l 32 S 21 7 Thur-- Aornin.g 8 65 7 53 8 47 1 8 2 1 8 1 dar. Hvening 913 81
21 December 1892 - Western Mail - Cardiff, Glamorgan, Wales
 
The District Attorney-General of Homestead yesterday swore out warrants against

The District Attorney-General of Homestead yesterday swore out warrants against

I'he Distriot Attorney-General of Home- stead yesterday swore out warrants against r . I . I A-- ?? ?? A r - - z_ the three Unionist workmen accused of put- ting poison into the coffee of their non- Unionist comrades. Eighteen convict guards at Belena are believed to have been po
21 December 1892 - Western Mail - Cardiff, Glamorgan, Wales
 
NEW YORK PRICES.

NEW YORK PRICES.

NEW YORK PRI(ES, Lpittjrin'S TniLHiGOnA,1 N'EW YORKI, WEDNESDAY. Money eosy. Cotton on spot quiet aud unaltered; fulures opened steady, afterwards advanced, willt eubsequont reactions, closing steady. Petroleum inocliv0 but B~entdv. Lard continues under the influence of weakuese
02 February 1893 - Western Mail - Cardiff, Glamorgan, Wales
 
TRADE REPORTS.

TRADE REPORTS.

TRADE RllPORTS. t TRADE OF CARDIFF.r EXCSANiGE, Wednesday. c The condition of the coal trade is unimproved -t tn-clay, stelat qualities were in poor detnand, and e pi-ices all round ruled Gaoler. (louse coal quota. tions were unatltered, and there was no change in) coke and pitwo
02 February 1893 - Western Mail - Cardiff, Glamorgan, Wales
 
THE TITHE WAR IN WEST WALES.

THE TITHE WAR IN WEST WALES.

RECENT PROCEEDINGS IN CARDIGANSHIRE. QUESTIONS TO BE ASKED IN PARLIA- MENT. Mr. Griffith Boseawen, Mb.P., is of opinion that the reerudescence of the tithe agitation in 0ardiganshire and elsewhere is a serious matter, especially with the present weak-kneed Govern- ment in power.
31 May 1893 - Western Mail - Cardiff, Glamorgan, Wales
 
THE STRANGE PATERNITY CASE.

THE STRANGE PATERNITY CASE.

SCENE IN TIHE LONDON COURT. Mrs. Thompson, the plaintiff in an action known as the "Stirange Paternity Case," came up on Tuesday in the Court of A peal (before Lords Justices Lindley, Lopes, and Smith), and applied for leave to appeal against an order of the Court of Chancery re
31 May 1893 - Western Mail - Cardiff, Glamorgan, Wales
 
BASSALEG FARMERS' ASSOCIATION.

BASSALEG FARMERS' ASSOCIATION.

?? , ?? -LttX -.IJ.B LK¢ul PLOUGHING MATCH AT MICHAELSTONE. T The annutal ploughing match, held under the B auspices of the Bassaleg Farmers' Association, sit was held at Bridge Farm, Michaelstone, onb Toue:day. The classes lere many ant the 1fl entries numerous. The weather was
18 October 1893 - Western Mail - Cardiff, Glamorgan, Wales
 
LONDON LETTER.

LONDON LETTER.

1 e [1vtObf OUR LONDON CORRESFONJDNTS.J *1 LONDON, TaURiSDAY NIGHT. THE ROYAL B3E'TROaToAL. The official announcemlent to-day (Thursday) of ?? of thoe Dukhe of York and the Prindhe§MaI ary of Teck clears up all doubt that has e6btead in many minds on the subject. I hsvc.aways, i
05 May 1893 - Western Mail - Cardiff, Glamorgan, Wales