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LATEST SPORTING INTELLIGENCE.

LATEST SPORTING INTELLIGENCE.

, I LATEST SPORT'INTG INTELL'IGENCE. ?? -. --l nan toMONMOUTI{ ]ACES.-TlirnSD)AY. end Tare Couciery LML'IiiWtS' PtAtE. U Mr. Adeam's Trite Love, 3 yes, tot ?? ?? SlMY 1 of I A Mr. L, Ediwyn's IEldora, I yes,- 6t ?? 2g Ho t. Mr. F. Bates' \TVile1o, S yet, le.t ?? Atatits 3 dtoe le
September 25, 1869 - Western Mail - Cardiff, Glamorgan, Wales
 
ATTEMPTED MURDER OF A SWEETHEART.

ATTEMPTED MURDER OF A SWEETHEART.

ATTEMPTED MURDER OF A S WEET. IlEART. it' Cts Thomas George Davis, 21, labourer, of Bro alley, 'Kent, lio was on ?? night arrested on a charge of having at- a tempted to murder his sweetheart. Frances Sarah White- of macl, 17, by tiring a Ioaded gun at her. It appears from n- tic
September 25, 1869 - Western Mail - Cardiff, Glamorgan, Wales
 
UNITED COUNTIES HUNTERS' SHOW.

UNITED COUNTIES HUNTERS' SHOW.

supp. CABMARTHEN, WEDN5sDBAY. ~1PP1` The annnal show of hunters and colts in connection with )OYCt the above society, which is annually becoming more im- best portaut in its character, was held at Carmarthen to-day. Oxfo The exhibition took placeoi a field at the back of the hon
August 26, 1869 - Western Mail - Cardiff, Glamorgan, Wales
 
THE MERTHYR TYDVIL GUARDIANS.

THE MERTHYR TYDVIL GUARDIANS.

THE MED'RTHYR TYDVIL GUARDIANS. An Aberdare Radical, writing to the Da7i Telegraph 412 ?? the last year you have occasionall noticed not i us, the inhabitants of this important Welsh orough. sy Some, if not all of us, thought your comments upon our the short-sightedness at the la
August 26, 1869 - Western Mail - Cardiff, Glamorgan, Wales
 
INVENTIONS AND MECHANICAL APPLIANCES OF INTEREST IN SOUTH WALES.

INVENTIONS AND MECHANICAL APPLIANCES OF INTEREST IN SOUTH WALES.

INVENTIONS AND MECHAN1[CAL APPLI- ANCES OF INTE!REST IN'SOUTH WALLES. I I.. Z. ?? % ., , . I - , - IMPROVED MACHINERY FPO. COMPRESSING COAL AND n MAKING BRICKS IN SOUTH WALES. Mr. H1. G. Fairburn, of 45, Goswrell-road, London, Isa. j cc~ntly patented some improvements in his much
August 26, 1869 - Western Mail - Cardiff, Glamorgan, Wales
 
THE BISHOP OF CARLISLE.

THE BISHOP OF CARLISLE.

We leave to announce the death of the Bishop of Car- ts lislc, ;eftcr a lengthened illness. The melancholy icvcnt took place on Friday afternoon, at the Cpiscop:al resi- Y dence, Carlisle. .TThe Hoe. and Right Rev. Samunel n -U Walldegrave, Lord Bishop of Carlisle, was a seon of
October 4, 1869 - Western Mail - Cardiff, Glamorgan, Wales
 
MELANCHOLY OCCURRENCE AT SWANSEA.

MELANCHOLY OCCURRENCE AT SWANSEA.

MELANCHOLY OCCURRENCE AT SW-ANSEA. }- - . 1 - . - .-r- MT. On Saturday afternoon an inquest was hold before Mr. Edward Strick, coroner, and a jury of which Mr. J. W. Bowen was the foreman, at the New, Oxford units Gain- street, Swansea, to inquire into the cause of death of an ol
October 4, 1869 - Western Mail - Cardiff, Glamorgan, Wales
 
MONEY MARKET AND CITY INTELLIGENCE.

MONEY MARKET AND CITY INTELLIGENCE.

MONEY AtARKET A)N CITY' ITELLIGSENO, (FReOs5 000)Z CITY COIRR1.SPONDN5NT.) i-t-riuxy EE~iG. 10% char-ge 13_ im, 11 t0o' been in solue i lsa'-i-n'lnf rI1~ Ilii'."i-OC hoevr.hvo bo' itma: fr-toa ilnil-OVe- Ex Inlint. For mol~ley s he quot.-i l~ M18 ;t M4?, and fur .-ttli ci N-ilrps
October 11, 1869 - Western Mail - Cardiff, Glamorgan, Wales
 
SWANSEA.

SWANSEA.

TRADE OF TiM PORT.-The returns for the past month will again bear favourable comparison with thoie of pree ceding yers. On general harbour estate the income for the month las been 3,273 14s. 4d.; corresponding period last year, £3,122 15s. 2d. Expenditure for the month, .Q2,S52
October 11, 1869 - Western Mail - Cardiff, Glamorgan, Wales
 
CARMARTHEN.

CARMARTHEN.

IOPENIlNG OP PBNDINBE CnRURa3.-This Church,, situated near the far-famed bathing place of Pendino, in L i the beautiful bay of Carmarthen, having been thoroughly l restored and beautified, from the designs of Mr. John P i Pritchard, Diocesan Architect, Landaff, was re-opened for
October 11, 1869 - Western Mail - Cardiff, Glamorgan, Wales