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Here, There and Everywhere.

Here, There and Everywhere.

Fewer limbs aro 'al:lap:Anted nowadayi than formerly. Whilo surgical operations have increastcl 50 per cent. they have become more Anservative. and science new devotes itself to marring of limbs which veers ago would have boon cat off. At the :sine time mortality has decreased,
November 18, 1922 - Rhos Herald - Rhos, Denbighshire, Wales
 
USELESS ZDITCATION.

USELESS ZDITCATION.

million children in our schools are in. capable of benefiting from the education provided for them.—Lord Astor. WOMAN AND LAW. glancicr or IPA i ao 4r.n!>t a mattoe in which it lit ki,144 ,6 4 , 4 14 am • ' K
November 18, 1922 - Rhos Herald - Rhos, Denbighshire, Wales
 
YOUR CLOTHING IN MILES.

YOUR CLOTHING IN MILES.

Statistics show that every inch of cloth contains about 25 threads running downwards and the same number running across it, so that a square yard is made up of I,BOD threAs, each a yard in length. The average suit or costume needs four The famous firm of Gurrsars. ehlam i the sq
November 18, 1922 - Rhos Herald - Rhos, Denbighshire, Wales
 
A SPECIAL TIP.

A SPECIAL TIP.

L. ROWLAND A Cn. have a special brand of MALT AND COD LP7ZR OM in which the '• is quite tastelees, and both of the ingredients are of very superior quality. Anyone can digest it. I People with delicate chests should tate this in pre.. femme to the ordinary Cod Lisa. Oil and 11.1
November 18, 1922 - Rhos Herald - Rhos, Denbighshire, Wales
 
BIG STOCKS. LOW PRICES. Colliers' Boring Machines, Picks, Shovels, Hammers, Wedges, etc., etc. Galvanized Corrugated Sheets, Roofing Felts, Wire Netting,

BIG STOCKS. LOW PRICES. Colliers' Boring Machines, Picks, Shovels, Hammers, Wedges, etc., etc. Galvanized Corrugated Sheets, Roofing Felts, Wire Netting,

Garden Tools, etc. I HARDWARN OF EVERY DRSCRIPTION. I TOOLS FOR EVERY' TRiLDE. I STOREI Mal arid Merchants, 39 St., & Butter Market, Wrexham,
November 18, 1922 - Rhos Herald - Rhos, Denbighshire, Wales
 
GLYNN CONTINUOUS PERFORMANCE. 6-30 to 10-30. MONDAY, NOVEMBER 20, and every performance during the week. By arrangement with the Stoll

GLYNN CONTINUOUS PERFORMANCE. 6-30 to 10-30. MONDAY, NOVEMBER 20, and every performance during the week. By arrangement with the Stoll

Film Co., Francis Picitt presents LADY DIANA MANNERS and an All-Star Cass of British Artistes in— Tile great Raventure A Romance of the Great Fire of London. The First Drama produced in Natural Colours by the New Prizma Colour Process. Scenes of Lustrous & Dazzling Colour Contra
November 18, 1922 - Rhos Herald - Rhos, Denbighshire, Wales
 
fond remembrance of our NT dear Father, Win. Williams, 14 School Roa4, Rhos, who died November 18, 1921. Sleep on

fond remembrance of our NT dear Father, Win. Williams, 14 School Roa4, Rhos, who died November 18, 1921. Sleep on

for a while dearest Father, Till the shadows flee away; We shall know the meaning of our tears. At the dawn of a brighter day. Always remembered by Alun and Annie.
November 18, 1922 - Rhos Herald - Rhos, Denbighshire, Wales
 
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December 22, 1923 - Rhos Herald - Rhos, Denbighshire, Wales
 
WHIN TO =SRL

WHIN TO =SRL

WHIN TO My tends to show that a womaa's chewier is sot eloped ma& ciently to enable her to choose her life's mate until she is at Is twenty-four. Between eighteen the latter age is keenly critical, and although the !malty may be deadened for the time being by aa onslaught of pead
December 22, 1923 - Rhos Herald - Rhos, Denbighshire, Wales
 
.)RIOIN OF PANTOMIME.

.)RIOIN OF PANTOMIME.

.11.• Pantomime really means a wordless play. a dumb 'Mow. The actors of earliest pantomime were so ignorant and illiterate that they were t i wte incapable of studying parts. I.to explain their movement* the Greek Chorus WUS freely employed. It was not, terhaps, so ornamental a
December 22, 1923 - Rhos Herald - Rhos, Denbighshire, Wales