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CAERAU NOTES AND NEWS.

CAERAU NOTES AND NEWS.

haquert.-4 Tteroday at the Stat Caerac all inquem aas held I'% the IMr. K. N. touching thy death 44 the infant child 44 Thotres. Treharne itJad. Thr taken ma% that of Mr.. Snow. 'dated that 4.lte bad Nen called in 1 a menda.r of the fan ,b. and that when abe ..au the child it ap
July 28, 1922 - Glamorgan Advertiser - Maesteg, Mid Glamorgan, Wales
 
CHAPTER XV.

CHAPTER XV.

by oat. Matirton got rid of the little crowd of jotrenolists who been it aitinst ftlr hint beloit. The last on the list perhaps the difficult. He precse , l very hard' for an answer to his direct question. or Mr. Maraton ? Wind) is it to he ? Just one wood. that's all ?" Mfituat
July 28, 1922 - Glamorgan Advertiser - Maesteg, Mid Glamorgan, Wales
 
COAL TRADE BOOM.

COAL TRADE BOOM.

There is ever indication of a boom in the South Wales coal trade. By reason of her labour trouble. America has been compelled to import coal, and orders very substantial quinitities have been placed both in this country and in Australia.
July 28, 1922 - Glamorgan Advertiser - Maesteg, Mid Glamorgan, Wales
 
Collector of Rests.

Collector of Rests.

The next ass the appointment of a rent collector for Corned*. houaes, alvich lIGN* number t 2... candidate% selected tin the .la-rt li-t %%err as hollows: —Percy E. Iteatrice Street, !thorngwynfi, aged 2n; 'llr)mas Wilianis Caroline Street, Itlaentst - ynfi, aged 54; Ihteid A. H
July 28, 1922 - Glamorgan Advertiser - Maesteg, Mid Glamorgan, Wales
 
Y NADOLIG.

Y NADOLIG.

Ilipnaniadau 418 i bawl) o ddarllenwyr y "Goloin" ywhell ac yn agos. Boed 1 y Nadolig feddianntfr byd i gyd, fel byddo tangnefedd ar y ddaear.
December 24, 1926 - Glamorgan Advertiser - Maesteg, Mid Glamorgan, Wales
 
rilr'''X'"'"--• C4ERAU.

rilr'''X'"'"--• C4ERAU.

Itersoin Y.W.L.—At meeting licla on Thursday evening president was Irs. J. R. Davies. The children's choir, conducted by Mr. !dual Junes, sang selections, and the follouiug items were given: Recitation, Lin.la Davies; solos, Ilugh Thonuis, Amy Davics, and Stanley Lewis, after sl
December 24, 1926 - Glamorgan Advertiser - Maesteg, Mid Glamorgan, Wales
 
Richard, 2 Mr. IdriS novice solo, Mrs. Thomas :.Victcr.ia-strect); open recitation,Ss H. Lewii, a Miss Gladys Richards; quartet, Mr. David

Richard, 2 Mr. IdriS novice solo, Mrs. Thomas :.Victcr.ia-strect); open recitation,Ss H. Lewii, a Miss Gladys Richards; quartet, Mr. David

Evans and party; choir (over 12 in number), Mr. D. !vans and party. The meeting was well attended and Mr. David Davies made an ideal chairman. Messrs. li. Hurries and B. Morgan did excellently as treasurer and secretary .resp ec tively. Teachers' Meetlnt.—.‘ general meeting .tf
December 24, 1926 - Glamorgan Advertiser - Maesteg, Mid Glamorgan, Wales
 
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r -- PUBLIC NOTICBS. THE PROBLEM: CLARA & TONY , Stores, Maesieg. -, NOTED NOOSE , Pet . . . . HIGH-CLASS PROVISIONS:
December 24, 1926 - Glamorgan Advertiser - Maesteg, Mid Glamorgan, Wales
 
A Long List.

A Long List.

Reuben Furlong, lbrer, C v ralien. appeared fcr his sixty-third i .n, being summoned for game tres - a Judd, assistant gamekeeper, said that on November 27 he saw the defendant on land in the occupation of Colonel Nicholl at Coytrahen. He had a dog awl and uas digging out a rabb
December 24, 1926 - Glamorgan Advertiser - Maesteg, Mid Glamorgan, Wales
 
G. FERRIER WILLIAMS cPartners— G. F. WILLIAMS & F. R. WILLIAMS) Auctioneer, Accountant and Estate Agent.

G. FERRIER WILLIAMS cPartners— G. F. WILLIAMS & F. R. WILLIAMS) Auctioneer, Accountant and Estate Agent.

December 24, 1926 - Glamorgan Advertiser - Maesteg, Mid Glamorgan, Wales