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FURNISHED HOUSES.

FURNISHED HOUSES.

/COUNTRY Houae, Dy«anny. Llancdarnc-road. Let, , Furnished; every nu-lein convenience; moderate rent.—Apply Carey, Glcurnorap, | shotting;; safe from air T-*>sa;th. C 3294 rom bcacn. —Apply UvaL for August for 10 or 12 i'L'iJN i.>HIiD Hou« .-cpieml^r; accommooa. minutes' wnlk fr
August 2, 1917 - Western Mail - Cardiff, Glamorgan, Wales
 
op and Hou?« «uitabl< ouW Bm B«;!ne» if Cardiff ren-. Bex 2419, \\<*?iern Mail, 8u;

op and Hou?« «uitabl< ouW Bm B«;!ne» if Cardiff ren-. Bex 2419, \\<*?iern Mail, 8u;

op and Hou?« «uitabl< B«;!ne» if Cardiff ren-. Bex 2419, \\<*?iern Mail, Cantr.n, Large Yard. Building; orkshups, etables.—Particulars, 5966w4 ilishcd Fruiterer's Business for Disposal, ad. bargain.—A 52. Western 3630w2 ;u«t and I LAND AND FARM. c 3293* Freehrld Modern House; bed
August 2, 1917 - Western Mail - Cardiff, Glamorgan, Wales
 
ipublic appointments.

ipublic appointments.

appointments. AM) DISTRICT **■ ABUUUBK. Toner an.l Cook.—Wanted. Man and Wife as Toiler and Cook for the above Hospital. salary £6O. For Particulars apply the MATKOX. Applications, in letter lorm, in - first post August 11th. and HOUSEMAIDS Wanted; age not less than 17 years; age
August 2, 1917 - Western Mail - Cardiff, Glamorgan, Wales
 
By – NATIONALIST.”

By – NATIONALIST.”

NATIONALIST.” Wales has had such a number conferences with Hie oljject of establishing National Council of Education that it may appear unnecessary at this late stage bring again into prominence certain matters that must be considered in connection with the setting of a body whic
August 2, 1917 - Western Mail - Cardiff, Glamorgan, Wales
 
OLD BOILERS,’ lea. MAXIMUM PRICES F.O.R. HALL, LEWIS. AND CO. CARDIFF.

OLD BOILERS,’ lea. MAXIMUM PRICES F.O.R. HALL, LEWIS. AND CO. CARDIFF.

SCRAP. Telegrams; Halcyon. 3245 (3 Lines). WANTED FOR MUNITION PURPOSES, SCRAP IRON, STEEL OLD METALS, Obsolete Plant of Every Description. THOS- W. WARD, LTD., „ , ALBION WORKS. SHEFFIELD. ’Phene 4321 (8 Lid«6>. T.a., ” FORW ABD." Brandi Works: BRITON FERRY, SWANSEA. 9124
August 2, 1917 - Western Mail - Cardiff, Glamorgan, Wales
 
COMPANY

COMPANY

Interim dividend at the rate of 5 per cent. per_annum tor the halt-year ended June JO. 1917. on the ordinary shares. WESTERN WAGON AND PROPERTY (LIMITED). Interim dividend at the rate of 10 per cent, per annum for the half-year ended June 30. ARTHUR GUINNESS AND SONS (LTD.). Fi
August 2, 1917 - Western Mail - Cardiff, Glamorgan, Wales
 
FARMERS AND TRACTORS.

FARMERS AND TRACTORS.

FOOD PRODUCTION DEPARTMENT’S EXPLANATION In view of apparent misunderstandings in some quarters, it is thought desirable LLANDAFF HEALTH AND PARENTS’ Sir Arthur Lee. Director-General of PREJUDICE. Food Production, make clear the policy i_ of the Food Production Department with n
August 2, 1917 - Western Mail - Cardiff, Glamorgan, Wales
 
GRANDE PARADE Des MANNEQUINS EXHIBITIONS OF SPRING & SUMMER FASHIONS DISPLAYED BY LIVING MODELS WILL TAKS PLACE Next Tuesday &

GRANDE PARADE Des MANNEQUINS EXHIBITIONS OF SPRING & SUMMER FASHIONS DISPLAYED BY LIVING MODELS WILL TAKS PLACE Next Tuesday &

Thursday, Mar. 12 & 14, 10,30—1130 and 2.30—4^ The Finest Collection of London and Paris Creations ©war seen together in one building.
March 8, 1918 - Western Mail - Cardiff, Glamorgan, Wales
 
RUSSIA’S HUMILIATION

RUSSIA’S HUMILIATION

W© cannot and ought not to avert our eyes from the tragedy which has unfolding itself during the last year in the east, and of which we have, perhaps, even now not reached the climax. The Russia the past, whose aunals, with many sombre and blood-stained pages, are illusirated by
March 8, 1918 - Western Mail - Cardiff, Glamorgan, Wales
 
ROLL OF HONOUR.

ROLL OF HONOUR.

« HEROES SOUTH WALES RANK AND FILE. Fte. Peter Entry* Jones. Welsh Regiment, killed in the East on December last, was son of Mrs. Jones, Maes teg House, Efail Isat, Pontypridd, and before joining had taken over the business hie late rather wholesale butcher and fanner at the Gar
March 8, 1918 - Western Mail - Cardiff, Glamorgan, Wales