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AN INTERVIEW WITH BLONDIN.

AN INTERVIEW WITH BLONDIN.

"Perhaps, however," he went on-I am Angli- cising his broken utterances—" the most difficult performance was crossing the rope in the Red Sea. I was on my way to Melbourne on one of the P. and O. boats. There were other profes- sionals on board, and these all contributed in turn
March 4, 1893 - Cardiff Times - Cardiff, Glamorgan, Wales
 
NO, THANK YOU.

NO, THANK YOU.

MRS MANNERLY (to her daughter, who has just returned from tea. with friends): I hope you said No, thank you," oftener than you did Yes, thank you." MABEL Yes, I did. I hadn't been eating more'n half an hour before they began say- ing, Don't you think you've eaten enough ? Aren't
March 4, 1893 - Cardiff Times - Cardiff, Glamorgan, Wales
 
- ---.---.---DEATH OF SIR ANDREW WALKER, BART.

- ---.---.---DEATH OF SIR ANDREW WALKER, BART.

DEATH OF SIR ANDREW WALKER, BART. We regret to announce that the death of Sir Andrew Barclay Walker, Bart., occurred on Monday mcrning at Gateacre, near Liverpool. Sir Andrew, who was one of the richest commoners in the country, is, perhaps, most widely known in connection with t
March 4, 1893 - Cardiff Times - Cardiff, Glamorgan, Wales
 
SWANSEA.

SWANSEA.

St. David's Day was observed at Swansea in the customary manner, though the wearing of the national embfem was less conspicuous than usual. In the evening the Cymmrodorion Society held their annual dinner at tho Royal Hotel. Dr John Evans, J.P., made a most genial chairman, and
March 4, 1893 - Cardiff Times - Cardiff, Glamorgan, Wales
 
, THE TIN-PLATE TRADE.

, THE TIN-PLATE TRADE.

THE TIN-PLATE TRADE. Dispute at Clyue Werks. A meeting of the tinplafcers in the Neath dis- ,tict was held in the Vale of.'iNeath Arms, Neath, on Saturday night. The noeetmg was specially convened for the purpose -of receiving reports from those men who were, deputed on Friday ti
March 4, 1893 - Cardiff Times - Cardiff, Glamorgan, Wales
 
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November 2, 1872 - Cardiff Times - Cardiff, Glamorgan, Wales
 
---NEATH.

---NEATH.

NEATH. DISTRICT TRAMWAY. The Neath District Tramwav Company have been incorporated under the Companies' Act, 1862. Capital, £ 20,000, in 4.000 shares of each. The County Roads Board gave assent to the railiJ being laid down on the turnpike roads in their district at a meeting hel
November 2, 1872 - Cardiff Times - Cardiff, Glamorgan, Wales
 
WIGAN.

WIGAN.

The Conservatives were successful in every Ward and the polling was as large as usual.
November 2, 1872 - Cardiff Times - Cardiff, Glamorgan, Wales
 
RICHMOND, YORKSHIRE.

RICHMOND, YORKSHIRE.

The Ballot Act operated exceedingly well, but several times, when electors mentioned the name of the candi- date for whom they:would vote, they were threatened with imprisonment.
November 2, 1872 - Cardiff Times - Cardiff, Glamorgan, Wales
 
"--SOUTHAMPTON.

"--SOUTHAMPTON.

SOUTHAMPTON. At Southampton two wards were contested. Every- thing passed off quietly. Endeavours were made to ascertain the progress of the voting by means of printed instruction cards, but with no great success.
November 2, 1872 - Cardiff Times - Cardiff, Glamorgan, Wales