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000 Bardar Pun. 7-11-3 (Cordon

000 Bardar Pun. 7-11-3 (Cordon

230 iMrlei. 11-3 (Dibidalli Jenktar 442 Fraddy Oaarft, 6-11-2 (E .Toon) Ban. 7-11-1 (R Wilton) J Do.dMU.ll 000 Al HUgiMRi, 7-10-9 (A K.rolcV 322 Mm, 12-10-9 W.rrenl B 000 Wldaw'. CrvlM. 8-10-8 Birrrlt) P.rrj »»Mtr an. a-io-t (G B.tn K 000 aaiatn Cartnth, 6-10-8 Barrett! Boulton
April 3, 1952 - Western Mail - Cardiff, Glamorgan, Wales
 
& SOUTH WALES NEWS. THURSDAY. APRIL 3, 1952

& SOUTH WALES NEWS. THURSDAY. APRIL 3, 1952

■ dANCIAL NOTES OUR CITY CORRESPONDENT Mr. Butler cheers markets: Boom day for Industrials £V>MMOXWKALTH finance experts are to meet In London next month to review sterling area problems and pro- Igress made in righting the balance payment*. Mr. Butler's report to the trade unio
April 3, 1952 - Western Mail - Cardiff, Glamorgan, Wales
 
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April 3, 1952 - Western Mail - Cardiff, Glamorgan, Wales
 
Gaitskell joins plea to end tax on textiles

Gaitskell joins plea to end tax on textiles

M R HUGH GAITSKELL, who was Chancellor of the Exchequer in the Socialist Government, suggested the temporary removal of purchase tax from textiles last night. He said at York that purchase tax should regarded not only a way raising revenue hut also as an instrument of economic p
April 7, 1952 - Western Mail - Cardiff, Glamorgan, Wales
 
At Chequers

At Chequers

Mr. and Mrs. Churchill enter, tained Mr. and Mrs. Attlee luncheon at Chequers yesterday. Also present were the Speaker, Mr. W. S. Morrison, and Mrs. Morrison, who were spending the week-end at Chequers. •and* ex-service men women to earn a living in spite of their war Please rem
April 7, 1952 - Western Mail - Cardiff, Glamorgan, Wales
 
McEwens also carry an extensive .. ~ . . ~ . . collection Scottish Homespun eeds ond Suitings. and two

McEwens also carry an extensive .. ~ . . ~ . . collection Scottish Homespun eeds ond Suitings. and two

rioik at JAMES McEWEN & CO. (Perth) LTD. ST. JOHN STREET. PERTH A Tartan Skirt By McEWENS of Perth iL'fl|j|il Perth—long noted for the excel- lcnrc of their Tartans-are now sponsoring a 'Jr .Making Service which affords fflTflf |TbI clients this district the same facilities for
April 7, 1952 - Western Mail - Cardiff, Glamorgan, Wales
 
MISCELLANEOUS SITUARIONS

MISCELLANEOUS SITUARIONS

Vacancy has occurred for a En*.ne*r in a Factory Wale? Applicants ahould be between 28-4 , years age. and ahould have sound expei.tne up-t-da'e operations light engineering mass pi xlurtion basts of mechanical handling an advantage —Apply, giving full deta.ls age experience. Ac.
April 7, 1952 - Western Mail - Cardiff, Glamorgan, Wales
 
Carmarthen, 1-1-0; Tumble, O-O-O

Carmarthen, 1-1-0; Tumble, O-O-O

Showing their best form of the leeason Carmarthen outplayed Tumble at Carmarthen Park. The home pack, who were most impressive, laid the foundation to victory, and Tumble had no answer their combined rushes and grand following up. Carmarthen's score would have been doubled were
April 7, 1952 - Western Mail - Cardiff, Glamorgan, Wales
 
Anderby Caravan Objection

Anderby Caravan Objection

A police inspector, who has an option piece of land at Anderby Creek, and who is anxious to live there caravan until could have a house built, was refused permission by the planning authority to have a caravan there. On Thursday he appealed against the decision, and Mr. F. H. M.
April 5, 1952 - Louth and North Lincolnshire Advertiser - Louth, Lincolnshire, England
 
WAKE UP YOUR LIVER BILE

WAKE UP YOUR LIVER BILE

WAKE YOUR LIVER BILE without Ca.'omtl— and you'll Jump out ot hod M» tho morning fuH ol vim and vigour Che hver should pour out two pints liquid bile into your bowels daily. If this bile not Mowing freely, your food doesn't digest You •jet headaches and feel rotten. You get const
April 5, 1952 - Louth and North Lincolnshire Advertiser - Louth, Lincolnshire, England