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..... The stove are these

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December 17, 1937 - Western Mail - Cardiff, Glamorgan, Wales
 
DAGENITE is used for

DAGENITE is used for

LONDON'S BUSES
December 17, 1937 - Western Mail - Cardiff, Glamorgan, Wales
 
MEDICAL OFFICERS LIMITED POWER

MEDICAL OFFICERS LIMITED POWER

Mr. Miller said he further had the authority of the Cwmbran medical officer for saying that people had gone to him from Griffithstown requesting him to immunise their children, but, of course. he could not do so. He was not trying to create a scare, but to allay any panic. for t
December 17, 1937 - Western Mail - Cardiff, Glamorgan, Wales
 
PULVERISED COAL

PULVERISED COAL

Mr 1 - 10Pv.INSON ( Nat.. Mossley) said .he position in South Wales was much rote acute than in any other part of the ountry. With its narrow valleys and - AO in(untains South Wales was not ; uitable for cultivation or for the levelopment of forms of industry other coal. There w
December 17, 1937 - Western Mail - Cardiff, Glamorgan, Wales
 
SHOT WOMAN WAS PRINCE'S NURSE-

SHOT WOMAN WAS PRINCE'S NURSE-

December 17, 1937 - Western Mail - Cardiff, Glamorgan, Wales
 
MINISTER'S ATTITUDE TO SEVERN BRIDGE NOT "DISCOURAGING"

MINISTER'S ATTITUDE TO SEVERN BRIDGE NOT "DISCOURAGING"

But Scheme Cannot Go Forward as Government Measure DR. BURGIN'S STATEMENT TO
December 17, 1937 - Western Mail - Cardiff, Glamorgan, Wales
 
OFFER REJECTED

OFFER REJECTED

Mr. Mainwaring has had a further conference with Sir Samuel. and late tonight he declared, " I have consulted on this letter with people in Ferndale ani. following that conference, I sought a further interview with the Home Secretary in order to submit alternative suggestions to
December 17, 1937 - Western Mail - Cardiff, Glamorgan, Wales
 
FORBIDDEN GROUND IV.: THE WONDERFUL CHRISTMAS

FORBIDDEN GROUND IV.: THE WONDERFUL CHRISTMAS

For ever after, when Peter and Pegs told the story, they referred to that Christmas as " The Wonderful Christmas." They had been caught gathering firewood for the old woman, who lived in the middle of Sir Humphrey Severs's estate, and, to their utter amazement. smiling. It was a
December 17, 1937 - Western Mail - Cardiff, Glamorgan, Wales
 
GIFTS FROM QUEEN MARY AND DUCHESSES

GIFTS FROM QUEEN MARY AND DUCHESSES

Displayed at Newport Church Bazaar Gifts from queen Mary, the Duchess of Gloucester, and the Duchess of Kent had a prominent place on the gift stall wnen the 14th bazaar was held on Thursday in aid of St. Stephen's Church, Newport. The bazaar was opened by Mrs. C. H. Bailey, who
December 17, 1937 - Western Mail - Cardiff, Glamorgan, Wales
 
WELSH COAL TRADE

WELSH COAL TRADE

CARDIFF Dec. 16.—A firm tone was again in evidence on the Welsh steam coal market to-day. New business was still difficult to negotiate, particularly for early shipment, collieries having heavy deliveries to make under standing contracts, and these continued to absorb almost the
December 17, 1937 - Western Mail - Cardiff, Glamorgan, Wales