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IMPORTANT TO ADVERTISERS.

IMPORTANT TO ADVERTISERS.

The first time a man look* at an ad. vertisement he does not see it. The second time he does not notice it. The third time he is conscious of its existence. The fourth time he faintly remembers haring seen it before. The fifth time he reads it. The sixth time turns up his nose a
April 24, 1880 - Pontypridd District Herald - Pontypridd, Glamorgan, Wales
 
April 24,--1880: !MO= Of MEW% .

April 24,--1880: !MO= Of MEW% .

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April 24, 1880 - Pontypridd District Herald - Pontypridd, Glamorgan, Wales
 
T O MOTHERS SUCKLING,with deficiency of BREAST MILK. The PALMA CHRISTI is invaluable, and NEVER FAILS to promote a supply.

T O MOTHERS SUCKLING,with deficiency of BREAST MILK. The PALMA CHRISTI is invaluable, and NEVER FAILS to promote a supply.

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April 24, 1880 - Pontypridd District Herald - Pontypridd, Glamorgan, Wales
 
EurtuE l'o

EurtuE l'o

We should esteem it a feveur if Correrpondeu:. would send their Communion:ions as early in the week as possib:e. The pressure of matter it tho frequtsntly compels the utni of mush valuable local news NOTIOES-OP SERVICES. LECTURES. &e. The Proprietor begs to state that all Notices
April 24, 1880 - Pontypridd District Herald - Pontypridd, Glamorgan, Wales
 
Ai R. WILLIAM N. Comity Roads Barrer:o • Wishes to his numerous Moods sad the public genes* that he hes

Ai R. WILLIAM N. Comity Roads Barrer:o • Wishes to his numerous Moods sad the public genes* that he hes

OPUID • BRANCH 011711C/1 for Marra 13111P1111101, at Pontypridd whore he purposes (with the of the 6111) resetising dotionewing Accountancy. his own orofession of earveyor.
April 24, 1880 - Pontypridd District Herald - Pontypridd, Glamorgan, Wales
 
Anyone can use inDsoNse Every lady should <it them in a pail of U Aer Dyeing at Dome Hot Water.

Anyone can use inDsoNse Every lady should <it them in a pail of U Aer Dyeing at Dome Hot Water.

The process is most Time interesting,andthert Ten Ninates. 6d , 6 - suit almost magical '
April 24, 1880 - Pontypridd District Herald - Pontypridd, Glamorgan, Wales
 
Judges Report, Ballinasloe. Great October Fair, 1877.

Judges Report, Ballinasloe. Great October Fair, 1877.

We hereby certify that we have examined the many lots of Step entered in competition for the valu..ble Prizes offered for the best and cleanest lot of Sheep exhibited for actual sale at the above Fair. To come to a conclusion, owing to the large mber of entries, has been a matte
April 24, 1880 - Pontypridd District Herald - Pontypridd, Glamorgan, Wales
 
THE FORESTERS' HIGH COURT.

THE FORESTERS' HIGH COURT.

THE NEW SUPERANNUATION SCHEME. The sittings of the High Court of the Ancient Order of Foresters, at Ipswich, concluded on Friday, under the presidency of the High Chief Ranger, Brother George Crickmer. The Executive Council submitted a new superannuation scheme providing for dis
August 13, 1892 - Pontypridd District Herald - Pontypridd, Glamorgan, Wales
 
A SO]

A SO]

:TSHIRE BREACH OF PROMISE. On Friday the Under-Sheriff for Bristol (Mr. G. H. D. Clinton) and a jury were engaged several hourp at the Guildhall, Bristol, in assessing damagesi n a breach of promise aetion, brought by a Miss Boys, of Bridgwtter, against Mr. George, of the Swan H
August 13, 1892 - Pontypridd District Herald - Pontypridd, Glamorgan, Wales
 
SHOCKING MURDER OF A GIRL.

SHOCKING MURDER OF A GIRL.

Mr. T. E. Sampson, the Liverpool city coroner, has held an inquest at Liverpool touching the death of Ann Concannon, aged three years and eight months, whose body was found in the back premises of 109, Hopwood-street. The child had apparently been suffocated, and its earrings an
August 13, 1892 - Pontypridd District Herald - Pontypridd, Glamorgan, Wales