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qt Ilantlig 6liarbian. THURSDAY, AUGUST sth, 1809.

qt Ilantlig 6liarbian. THURSDAY, AUGUST sth, 1809.

Ote Friday last, the children of the Union Workhouse, Liaiselly, were invited by Mrs. C. W. Naval to partake of a treat prepared by her for the Felinfuel Church Sunday and Day Schools. They joined the party at Felinfoel, and were regaled with an abundant supply of the rich viand
August 12, 1869 - Llanelly and County Guardian and South Wales Advertiser - Llanelli, Carmarthenshire, Wales
 
A 'OIITI OLIIIIK.

A 'OIITI OLIIIIK.

A 'OIITI The Court Antral gives the ape. anal aconat as to bow the sad wealth o the Laboaaberes was Grated. TM al the late Lord Tasks, a saver by on basoust 'lntern got a risk wile end a pretwirds* to Os tan busking haw Is the world. oink to the Hopis of Amsterdam, be was seat ov
August 5, 1869 - Llanelly and County Guardian and South Wales Advertiser - Llanelli, Carmarthenshire, Wales
 
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I I '1 t it .4

August 5, 1869 - Llanelly and County Guardian and South Wales Advertiser - Llanelli, Carmarthenshire, Wales
 
SHABP P14027CE.

SHABP P14027CE.

hiet Mina, a priatea was flows' at Lambeth. with &freed* ths d Dowse Compeer, hy teaviliber a ticket, :freebie to It was peeved that tile pellease al at the statics he so He lest et all his ism aiiirele, mid ibis este several. libi#:‘ _that nothing weld be doss biss, be WIMI WWI
October 14, 1869 - Llanelly and County Guardian and South Wales Advertiser - Llanelli, Carmarthenshire, Wales
 
BIRTHS. LITTLIII.-Oct sth, the wife of Mr. Littler, Pottery Place, of a mos. ith, the wile et Mr. Joseph Witliass,gnaw,

BIRTHS. LITTLIII.-Oct sth, the wife of Mr. Littler, Pottery Place, of a mos. ith, the wile et Mr. Joseph Witliass,gnaw,

Willsawetreet, al a daeghter. 4th, the wile el Mr. al the Pr*" Upper IPark etre" el a sea. LOMAT?: 00t. 44, at Readiag, the wiled Mr. A. Leggett, of a Goa. MARRIAGE& Jamaa—Bouvrow.—Oet. 10th, by liceeee, at St. Paul's Church, Llaselly, by the Rev. Kr. Davies, Mr. Owes Jews, of L
October 14, 1869 - Llanelly and County Guardian and South Wales Advertiser - Llanelli, Carmarthenshire, Wales
 
A DASHING BLOPEMENT.

A DASHING BLOPEMENT.

A good Awry is mated from Jearpla time a then ems to the city a poor bed honest asehanie, who has during his rseidenee us so =Wats= by his stria* eaadeet sad close attention to hie Moan. Longer ago than that these also COMO to nide mow as a wale from the East They were by every
September 23, 1869 - Llanelly and County Guardian and South Wales Advertiser - Llanelli, Carmarthenshire, Wales
 
HINTS UPON GARDENING.

HINTS UPON GARDENING.

~'•.-.....- - PLearr Housits.—fillight fires will now be generally neosesory in stoves at night, just sufficient only to cause a gentle heat to pervade the pipes, and to keep the temperature at a safe point. Less air will also be required as we merge into the cooler autumn month
September 23, 1869 - Llanelly and County Guardian and South Wales Advertiser - Llanelli, Carmarthenshire, Wales
 
A ELONDIN ON A BICYCLE.

A ELONDIN ON A BICYCLE.

Professor Jenkins, of Canada, had for some time been advertising that he would awe the falls of Niagara on a bicycle, and on the 25th the feat was performed. The machine used by Professor Jenkins Is not in any sense a velocipede. It is, however, a bicycle, and turned upside down
September 23, 1869 - Llanelly and County Guardian and South Wales Advertiser - Llanelli, Carmarthenshire, Wales
 
A DARING ESCAPE.

A DARING ESCAPE.

On Sunday two prisoners, embed in Durham Gaol, succeeded in escaping; one as Thomas Sheeley was committed for on the clump of wilful murder of Robert Reid, at Shield-row, near Durham, and the other called Screwier, for a felony at Sunderland, were confined in separate cells in t
September 23, 1869 - Llanelly and County Guardian and South Wales Advertiser - Llanelli, Carmarthenshire, Wales
 
GIVEN OVER TO SATAN. On Saturday an impost was held at the Hospital on the body of a lady's maid,

GIVEN OVER TO SATAN. On Saturday an impost was held at the Hospital on the body of a lady's maid,

nosed Ann Weston, aged 116, who had cut her throat, believing that she was followed and tempted by the devil. A slate was put into the hands of the coroner, on whisk the deceased had written the following :-- " I have had a presentiment for a long that all the family are coming
September 23, 1869 - Llanelly and County Guardian and South Wales Advertiser - Llanelli, Carmarthenshire, Wales