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BANKRUPTS, &c.

BANKRUPTS, &c.

ia FRM T IHE 1' LowOx oaszEr,"' JU 1. ut BANKRUPTS. 1st RiAhard, William, and Francis James, Aston, Birmingham, ees gongres 11, Birmineham. Pr Bo, ingha, June 25, Birmingham. to, E. H. Davis, Dowlais,berhouse-keeper, Jnael4, h erthyrTydsI. Edward Downes, Wyke, near Shiffasi, far
June 3, 1869 - Western Mail - Cardiff, Glamorgan, Wales
 
LATEST INTELLIGENCE.

LATEST INTELLIGENCE.

it LATEST fr1l5ILTG e - inally tin a t pre- made . In ry to -vedly erved S you astice 'your pears 3tate- that and taken' usive And eared Idopi uths Id an deed, tense. Letter in a De- 2ause Cali- came "es- Leant a lies clerk from mish *ying ~mes , we rould or a nary ason I (REUTFs
June 19, 1869 - Western Mail - Cardiff, Glamorgan, Wales
 
ROATH AND THE CARDIFF FREE LIBRARY.

ROATH AND THE CARDIFF FREE LIBRARY.

ROATH AND TSH UARDIFF FRan LIBBRAY. Lilai TO THE EDDITOI OF TH1 "WHSTERN MST r." ing Sxn,-WiUW you 'permit me briefly to reply to the objec- ley tionN which your versatile correspondent " Independent " Itz, has adduced against free libraries in general, and the pro- lhe posed ama
June 19, 1869 - Western Mail - Cardiff, Glamorgan, Wales
 
MR. GLADSTONE may accept the amendments, of which notice has already been given by Lords

MR. GLADSTONE may accept the amendments, of which notice has already been given by Lords

SATURDAY, JUNE 26, 1869. MB. GLADSTONE may accept the amendments, of which notice has already been given by Lords Ia rI-- - - - - ~"Iuuuy liven given oy Lorqs RUSSELL, GREY, LIFFOPD, and SHAFTESBURY, as a kind of foretaste of the mode in which the Irish Church Bill will be handle
June 26, 1869 - Western Mail - Cardiff, Glamorgan, Wales
 
CRICKET.

CRICKET.

BI2ECON v- M.ERTHYR. An interesting matchl was played on Friday last, on tho Brecon Criclcet tround, between thie Brecon and Merthlvr Tydlfil cricketers. The weather on the occasion was cold and bleak, neverthsless it did not seem to dalmp tile ardour or spirit of the players. P
June 25, 1869 - Western Mail - Cardiff, Glamorgan, Wales
 
THE IRISH CHURCH BILL IN THE HOUSE OF LORDS.

THE IRISH CHURCH BILL IN THE HOUSE OF LORDS.

The House of Lords will go into Committee on'the Irish Church Bill to-morrow, and several sheets of pro t posed amendments have been printed, the principal of which have already appeared in the Western Mail. The t? Pall Hall Gazette thus describes the purport of these several pr
June 28, 1869 - Western Mail - Cardiff, Glamorgan, Wales
 
SWANSEA.

SWANSEA.

SWAINTSEA. LiG}HT WEIGHTS AND UNJ>SU5T SCALES AND MEASURES. -At the Police-court, yesterday, before J. T. Dillwyn LIewveilyn, J. T. Jenlin, and N. Cameron, fEsqrs., another batch of 10hopicepers wvas summoned at the instance of the Inspector of 'Weights and -Measures, for having
June 24, 1869 - Western Mail - Cardiff, Glamorgan, Wales
 
BANKRUPTS.

BANKRUPTS.

(BY TErLEGRAPH.) W. H. Goss and W. A. Peake, porcelain mannufacturors, Stoke- on-Trent. J. 0. Bates, publican, Tipton. T. P. Minton, imekeeper, Aborgavenny. W. D. L. Edwards, innkeeper, Brecon. J. Peacock, draper, Northallerton. W. Skinner, boot manufacturer, Birkenhend. C. Semp
June 30, 1869 - Western Mail - Cardiff, Glamorgan, Wales
 
CONVOCATION OF THE PROVINCE OF CANTERBURY.

CONVOCATION OF THE PROVINCE OF CANTERBURY.

On Tuesday morning both Houses of the Province of Canterbury assembled at Westminster for the despatch of business. The Archbishop of Canterbury presided at the meeting of the Upper House, which was held in Queen Anne's Bounty-office. The Bishop of Ely presented a petition from
June 17, 1869 - Western Mail - Cardiff, Glamorgan, Wales
 
CRICKET.

CRICKET.

. ' OXFORD AND CAMBRiDGE UN1IVE1SITIE8 *, Thi match CRICKET MATCH. This- matc was, resumed at Lord's yesterday. The weather was fine, the ground in much better condition than on the previous day, and the company large and fashionable. When thewiekets were pitched, the position o
June 23, 1869 - Western Mail - Cardiff, Glamorgan, Wales