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BEN so ll ys i * NAT c hE s BEST TALUE Is THE MARKET, AT CASH PRICES. I. Silver

BEN so ll ys i * NAT c hE s BEST TALUE Is THE MARKET, AT CASH PRICES. I. Silver

Cu... • Just the Watch for Brlish "4t . The .\ 2./oWorking Men. MARVEL of the 20th CENTURY. /----------- _________ BENSON'S % I 1 ENGLISH LEVER. , . efelleaemes the rg . )j a ic L tir s h u uy of common counts-) -wade English. S•siss, IR American work, and are sure they wisl dad
July 17, 1909 - Rhos Herald - Rhos, Denbighshire, Wales
 
A. LIVINGSTONE, Cross Punishing Shop.

A. LIVINGSTONE, Cross Punishing Shop.

Teit - CROSS, RHOS. A large and vaned stock of Putout Suites, Side-boards, Bedroom Suites and Stands, Sofas, Antique Oak Tables, Hit and Umbrella Stands, Bed steads. Bedding. Spring sad Mattresses, Over-mantels, Loo'dee Glasses, Carpets and Oil-cloths. ri Irons, Fenders- PIANOS,
September 26, 1903 - Rhos Herald - Rhos, Denbighshire, Wales
 
DEATH OF CANON OVERTON.

DEATH OF CANON OVERTON.

Information was received 'at Peterborough of the death of the Rev. John Henry Overton, D.D., rector of Oumley, Market Harborough, end reeldentiary Cenon of Peterborough Cathedral. was installed in February of this year, and his death occurred within a few days of the first anniv
September 26, 1903 - Rhos Herald - Rhos, Denbighshire, Wales
 
KILLED VIM ItIiFUSING A MATCH

KILLED VIM ItIiFUSING A MATCH

KILLED ItIiFUSING A MATCH The following incident occurred at the station (.4 I , kutak :—A Russian ( ffi:er asked a Jew to give Mm a match toll ght his cigarette. Tao tam in which the request was made appeared to the Jew to be insulting, and be refused to give the a match, even o
September 26, 1903 - Rhos Herald - Rhos, Denbighshire, Wales
 
CRUSHED BY A BEAR.

CRUSHED BY A BEAR.

The inquest on the child, Mary Kennett, who die from injuries caused by a bear, was held at Liverpool. The Servitor' gipsies who own the animal were brought back Hull, where they were about to embark for the Continent. The evidence showed that the bear was muzzled, and fastened
September 26, 1903 - Rhos Herald - Rhos, Denbighshire, Wales
 
Y Gwrthwynebiad Goddefol. MR S. MOSS, A.S.

Y Gwrthwynebiad Goddefol. MR S. MOSS, A.S.

Ceisiai Mr Samuel Moss, A.S., yr hwn a wysiwyd o flees yr ynadon yn Nghaer, yr wythnos o'r blase, sneyd appel ar dir cytreithiol ; y basal o be un ydoW„ nod oedd yna ddim grym yn y dreth, yn . gymaint ci bod wedi ei gwneyd cyn i'r Gyfraith Addysg gad ei mabwysiadu yn Nghaer. Gwr
September 26, 1903 - Rhos Herald - Rhos, Denbighshire, Wales
 
JOHNSTOWN.

JOHNSTOWN.

PIIIISONAL.—On Monday last J. H. Great. (Aberderfyo, Wm Williams. (New Inn) and John Phillips, (Pant) went up to Loudon for a week's holiday. Pa RSZWIATION.—On Tuesday wooing et St Mary's Church, Mr T. Jones, Poet Johnstown, was the happy recipient of a parse of gold, in recogni
September 26, 1903 - Rhos Herald - Rhos, Denbighshire, Wales
 
A FREE SAMPLE. Montion tido and Id, olarnp to Foolor-MoOlonan oa, 11, Wolfs Stroot, Oxford Strom% London, W., and a

A FREE SAMPLE. Montion tido and Id, olarnp to Foolor-MoOlonan oa, 11, Wolfs Stroot, Oxford Strom% London, W., and a

free will Soo at onus.
September 26, 1903 - Rhos Herald - Rhos, Denbighshire, Wales
 
LIVERPOOL OBJECTS.

LIVERPOOL OBJECTS.

At a meeting of the Pittance Committee of the Liverpool Corporation an application re !eived from a local firm of concert promoters asking permission to hire the St. George's Hall I r toe purpose of an entertainnteitt nest month, at which the artiste is Maud Allan. lee diseusmiu
April 24, 1909 - Rhos Herald - Rhos, Denbighshire, Wales
 
RUNAWAY TRAIN.

RUNAWAY TRAIN.

A cool and resourceful guard averted ars accident on the London and North Western Railway. Buckingham, on Monday. The engine of a goods train at Psdhury became started while the driver and stoker were away. 11 ,, guard, James Bates, of Bletchley, scrambled on one of the waggons,
April 24, 1909 - Rhos Herald - Rhos, Denbighshire, Wales