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Gan MONA HUGHES, BA., Aberteill

Gan MONA HUGHES, BA., Aberteill

PAN euthum i'r Almaen dyna'r tro cyntaf hni deithlo mewn gwlad na wyddwn ond ychydig lawn o'l hlaith. Braidd yn ofnus y teimlai fy nghydymaith a minnau wrth feddwl am y daith, ond gan y credem nad oedd yn werth Whin° fel praidd o ddefaid dan ofal arweinydd, i ffwrdd Lni ar antur
April 1, 1933 - Western Mail - Cardiff, Glamorgan, Wales
 
A USEFUL SPRING COAT `~{ For the changeable days of spring a very warm coat is essential. This smart grey

A USEFUL SPRING COAT `~{ For the changeable days of spring a very warm coat is essential. This smart grey

and black tweed with silver buttons would be beautifully cosy and is ideal for taking on a cruise, too. (Exclusive design specially drawn for the "Western Mail d; South Wales News" by " Frankie.") 4 * 0 ..1
April 1, 1933 - Western Mail - Cardiff, Glamorgan, Wales
 
STATE INTERFERENCE WITH COAL TRADE CONDEMNED

STATE INTERFERENCE WITH COAL TRADE CONDEMNED

MR. J. E. EMLYN-JONES AND "DISASTROUS EFFECTS" OF THE MINES ACT Disintegration Needed More Than Amalgamations ' ,
April 1, 1933 - Western Mail - Cardiff, Glamorgan, Wales
 
DOCKS' ATMOSPHERE

DOCKS' ATMOSPHERE

"The atmosphere of the Docks is tense pith the enormity of the depression," he said. "To tell the story in terms of statislies would be a repetition of the obvious to everybody in this area, hut if we arc lo come to grips as a nation with the ]problem of the restoration of our c
April 1, 1933 - Western Mail - Cardiff, Glamorgan, Wales
 
WEEK-END RADIO GUIDE

WEEK-END RADIO GUIDE

CARDIFF 1N ICI/0. ao•.O tiara* 9.30-10.45.—Nstioral. 11.0--11.15.—Netimel. 12.0.--Weetars Studio Orchestra 12.45.—Vistioad. s.ls.—Childota'a boor. 6. o.—Weitber asd sena; bulletin lot tamers( Regional spurts bulletin. o.3o.—Natiosal. 6.46.—Epryl Graeae': lir. R. T. Jenkins: Apel
April 1, 1933 - Western Mail - Cardiff, Glamorgan, Wales
 
COPPER & SPELTEE.

COPPER & SPELTEE.

FIRMER LONDON March SL—Copper.—Although conditions on the standard market were again very quiet sellers displayed increased reserve and higher prices wero asked at the opening. After a period of inactivity there was business In three months at £2B 108, and this was succeeded by
April 1, 1933 - Western Mail - Cardiff, Glamorgan, Wales
 
MARRIAGES

MARRIAGES

-tons.- March 22, at Llandaff Cathedral. by the Rev. D. Flopkin Event.. )/etor of Miehaelstone-y-Fedor, David Ilevellyn Morrir. youngest eon of the late Yr. Morro Morris, .1.1'.. and Mrs. Morris, entiac., Ferndale, to Mary Caroline, pomp,' daughter of the late Mr. and lltr. T. L
March 24, 1933 - Western Mail - Cardiff, Glamorgan, Wales
 
MISCELLANEOUS WANTS

MISCELLANEOUS WANTS

IVW11:1 1 , % Kinds Cigarette Coupons: •r 1, 11.1 ren' a Enryclopa•dia." ' • ..iur Dirsel Engines. - - Hodges, Lire-road. MISCELLANEOUS
March 24, 1933 - Western Mail - Cardiff, Glamorgan, Wales
 
FROM OUR SPECIAL CORRESPONDENT

FROM OUR SPECIAL CORRESPONDENT

LIVERPOOL, Thursday Mr. I). M. Wood, the new clerk of the course at Aintree, had the course in perfect condition for the opt.ning of the important gathering on Merseyside, and I should say conditions for the Grand National to-morrow will be ideal. I have analysed the pmspects of
March 24, 1933 - Western Mail - Cardiff, Glamorgan, Wales
 
INCIDENT IN A CAFE

INCIDENT IN A CAFE

"It was about the first week I was in Berlin," said the accused. "I was sitting at a table in a café which was very crowded and a German came up and sat at my table. Ile said something which I understood to be an apology, but I told him that I could not understand German. I gath
March 24, 1933 - Western Mail - Cardiff, Glamorgan, Wales