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LARGE NUMBERS LEAVE RHONDDA DURING HOLIDAY WEEK Barry Island Tops Popularity List Ljpg is quieter than usual in the Rhondda

LARGE NUMBERS LEAVE RHONDDA DURING HOLIDAY WEEK Barry Island Tops Popularity List Ljpg is quieter than usual in the Rhondda

this week. which, after all. is only what can be expected. Everyone likes a change from home at holiday time and the miners and their families are no exceptions. This week has been their holiday week. Last Saturday trains leaving the valleys were full to capacity but since then
July 23, 1949 - Pontypridd Observer - Pontypridd, Glamorgan, Wales
 
HER RED SETTER WANDERED

HER RED SETTER WANDERED

A fine of lOs was imposed on Margaret Elizabeth Jones. of the Red Lion Hotel. Pendoylan. at the Llantrisant Magistrates' Court on Friday for allowing a red setter dog to wander unrestrained. She was also ordered to pay 4s costs, as the dog was wearing no collar by which it could
July 23, 1949 - Pontypridd Observer - Pontypridd, Glamorgan, Wales
 
PONTYPRIDD

PONTYPRIDD

SKITTLING LEAGUE NOTES FARMERS MOVE UP In the 'A" section. Rhydyfelin are clinging tenaciously to the premier position but the Farmers are bang on their heels. having moved up into the runners-up position and now two points benma. following up,on their defeats, the Coiiiers and
February 25, 1950 - Pontypridd Observer - Pontypridd, Glamorgan, Wales
 
Page Thirteen plan that new bathr Pauls showrooms vide many attt bathroom schemes which to choose. illustrated here o. many

Page Thirteen plan that new bathr Pauls showrooms vide many attt bathroom schemes which to choose. illustrated here o. many

which are la, white and other But whether you bathroom fittings. St you are sure to see . at PAU LS sixty years of service HEAD OFFICE: BROAD STREET, BARRY • TELEPHONE 148 AND AT ISI COMMERCIAL ROAD, NEWPORT • TELEPHONE 3019 COWBRIDGE ROAD AND WYNDHAM STREET, MOUND • TELEPHONE 1
February 25, 1950 - Pontypridd Observer - Pontypridd, Glamorgan, Wales
 
ANIMAS BREWERY LTD, Aston, BIRMINCHAI

ANIMAS BREWERY LTD, Aston, BIRMINCHAI

Harold Lewis and Family: Mrs Howells and Emma: Mr and Mrs Lewis and Friends of Danvgraig Hotel; a Friend (Broadway): Mr and Mrs Legge and Family; Mr and Mrs Powell. 106 Broadway: Mr and Mrs Coates and Ritchie: Margaret. Bob and Children: Mrs Evans and Family (Rock House); All .a
February 25, 1950 - Pontypridd Observer - Pontypridd, Glamorgan, Wales
 

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With Vacant Possession WILLIAM J. THOMAS. P.A.L.P.A.), has been Instructed to sell "Brook Bungalow." Heol-y-Oawl. near Pontypridd. The Property is

With Vacant Possession WILLIAM J. THOMAS. P.A.L.P.A.), has been Instructed to sell "Brook Bungalow." Heol-y-Oawl. near Pontypridd. The Property is

Freehold and comprises: Two bedrooms, kitchen, pantry, out-house and W.C. with approximately * acre of land. Electricity laid on. Would make an Ideal small holding, Offers. Inspection by appointment. Auctioneer's Office, Church Street Chambers. Pontypridd (Tel. 2753).
February 25, 1950 - Pontypridd Observer - Pontypridd, Glamorgan, Wales
 
06scrrcr, Lcaber anb 'ree Tress Free Press and Rhondda Leader. Pounded In 1893. Glamorgan County Times. 1895 Pontypridd Observer. 1898.

06scrrcr, Lcaber anb 'ree Tress Free Press and Rhondda Leader. Pounded In 1893. Glamorgan County Times. 1895 Pontypridd Observer. 1898.

Head Office: 50 Taff Street, Pontypridd. Telephone 2453.
February 25, 1950 - Pontypridd Observer - Pontypridd, Glamorgan, Wales
 
WHITE SHIRTS Collar attached. ALL SIZES 21 9 KEN DAVIES BON TON PONTYPRIDD

WHITE SHIRTS Collar attached. ALL SIZES 21 9 KEN DAVIES BON TON PONTYPRIDD

February 25, 1950 - Pontypridd Observer - Pontypridd, Glamorgan, Wales
 
TREFOREST MAN DIES IN lIOSPITAL

TREFOREST MAN DIES IN lIOSPITAL

Fifty-year-old William Morris, of Broadway, Pontypridd, fell frcm Berw Road Bridge on Wednesday afternoon into the Taff River and was carried for a distance of 150 yards downstream before he was pulled from tha water. Mr Trevor Jones and Mr E. Phillips, both Pontypridd workmen,
January 14, 1950 - Pontypridd Observer - Pontypridd, Glamorgan, Wales