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AGITATION AMONG THE TINPLATE WORKERS IN SOUTH WALES.

AGITATION AMONG THE TINPLATE WORKERS IN SOUTH WALES.

AlATATION AMONG THE TIN- PLArTE WORKERS IN SOUTH I WALES. _-I It, ?? EEFFECT OF THEITIHREATr- IeENED LOOK OUT. 1e WACGES mOVEMENT AMONG THE a COLLIERS. 11- (vtE'voM OUR SP'ECIA. CORUESPONDJINT.) LLANEiLY, MONDAY EVENINCJ, 't The alternate gleams of sunshine and estorlmls of sleet
March 10, 1874 - Western Mail - Cardiff, Glamorgan, Wales
 
HOW THEY SNEAK OUT OF IT.

HOW THEY SNEAK OUT OF IT.

DIOW THEY SSEAs!K OUT OF IT. -.r. mn-a snrinnrv Innkd fo [re Nothing was more anxiously looked for yesterday morning than the way in which the 2 he sensation mongers would try and get out of the horrible mess which the confession of e, ISRAEL LIPSs had landed them in. 'JTher t ha
August 24, 1887 - Western Mail - Cardiff, Glamorgan, Wales
 
MYSTERIOUS DEATH OF A BRISTOL DOCTOR.

MYSTERIOUS DEATH OF A BRISTOL DOCTOR.

Wkgbi'ousbU3DEATH OF A MIMIiOL MYTEIO -=M&Ei. on Pkitui S all On ,tdudt aft inquest wA ithed kt Wd~tbnity t Park, Brist kreipect6lln thd death of Dr. John ?? Deputy C(oronet said tlis w*" th . ito case of a doctor of medicine, who ?? been, living dr next door for some tidie. d un
August 24, 1887 - Western Mail - Cardiff, Glamorgan, Wales
 
FUNERAL OF THE REV. JOHN JONES ("IDRISYN").

FUNERAL OF THE REV. JOHN JONES ("IDRISYN").

TFUNERAL OF THE REV. JOHN JONES ("I IMISlN"1). The remains of the above re., gentleman were on Monday consigned to their final resting-place, or aumid the regrets and gympathyof his ?? 5 ILn and tile many friends who came from distant i aplaces. There was a short service conducte
August 24, 1887 - Western Mail - Cardiff, Glamorgan, Wales
 
PARK CONSERVATIVE CLUB, CARDIFF.

PARK CONSERVATIVE CLUB, CARDIFF.

member- the Park Conservative C'.ub. Cardiff. held their annual pic-nic Saturday, when a party about proceeded train to Gilweru. afterwards on to " by br.rge." via the Brecon Canal, and thence by road to Criikhovrell. visit was paid Glanask Park, and altogether most enjoyable da
August 21, 1899 - Western Mail - Cardiff, Glamorgan, Wales
 
SUMMARY OF NEWS.

SUMMARY OF NEWS.

Hail. MONDAY. AUGUST 21. 189 X Telegrams from South Africa are still of conflicting character, and it uncertain whether or the Boers' reply Great Britain's proposal of a joint inquiry hat jet been detpatched. The British military preparations still continue. Major Cuignet and Ge
August 21, 1899 - Western Mail - Cardiff, Glamorgan, Wales
 
WALES DAY BY DAY

WALES DAY BY DAY

Cardiff Conservatives receiving objection their votes should send the paper at once Mr. Waddington. Castle Arcade. The Bishop of London and Mr?. Creighton are spending a few weeks in North Wales, and they will not return to Palace until Thursday, September 23. Unless he is scasi
August 21, 1899 - Western Mail - Cardiff, Glamorgan, Wales
 
EXCITING SCENE AT SCARBOROUGH.

EXCITING SCENE AT SCARBOROUGH.

EXCURSIONISTS THROWN INTO THE SEA. A most exciting was witnessed Saturday by crow Is on t'r.c west pier at Sc. rb rough. A nniul-er of excursionists were leaning against the iron railing in front of the steps leading to the ferry boat-, when they were by the rope of a Lowe-toft
August 21, 1899 - Western Mail - Cardiff, Glamorgan, Wales
 
"HAPPINESS DISTURBED"

"HAPPINESS DISTURBED"

"CHARACTER" THE CARDIFF LICENSING COMMITTEE. MR. I>. FHEPHERD AND THE "WESTERN MAIL." An illustration comes hand cf what, wound-inflicting implement the "harmless joke really is! In taking the chair at the Blue meeting in the Cory Memorial-hall on Saturday Mr. David Shepherd ref
August 21, 1899 - Western Mail - Cardiff, Glamorgan, Wales
 
SATURDAY'S POLICE COURTS.

SATURDAY'S POLICE COURTS.

CARDIFF. THE SOCIAL EVIL. At Can! lice-court Saturday morning (before Alderman Dan-el Lewie and Councillor Edward Mary Ann Impcy. . and Clara were charged with aasist'ng in management of disorderly-haupe Nei»on-street. on August 13.—P on-'ablr Evan l>avics gave evidence support
August 21, 1899 - Western Mail - Cardiff, Glamorgan, Wales