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GENERAL DRAPERY GOODS

GENERAL DRAPERY GOODS

CO 'l'll J. B. PRITCHARD FAMILY DRAPER, 5, OXFORD STREET, AND 71c OXFORD STREET FAMILY MOURNING WAREHOtSES.
June 12, 1889 - Swansea and Glamorgan Herald - Swansea, Glamorgan, Wales
 
FURTHER REMAINS FOUND.

FURTHER REMAINS FOUND.

The finding of the further portion of the right leg and foot has given to the liveliest Ismsation. The other portions of the body still missing are the head and neck, heart andlungs, , the two arms and hands, intestines, bony pelvis, ' the right thigh and the left leg and foot.
June 12, 1889 - Swansea and Glamorgan Herald - Swansea, Glamorgan, Wales
 
'THROWING ORANGE PEEL. TIIE RATEPAYERS' ASSOCIATION AND

'THROWING ORANGE PEEL. TIIE RATEPAYERS' ASSOCIATION AND

'THROWING ORANGE PEEL. RATEPAYERS' ASSOCIATION AND -- THE POLICE. A quarterly meeting of the Swans'. Town Council was held on Wednesday, hie Worship the Mayor, Alderman James Jones, presiding. The other members present were Aldermen T. Freeman, E. It. Dauiel, L. Tulloch, and Lewi
May 22, 1889 - Swansea and Glamorgan Herald - Swansea, Glamorgan, Wales
 
THE OPPOSITION TO THE EXTENSION COUNCILLORS AND THE PARLIAMENTARY REPRESENTATIVES

THE OPPOSITION TO THE EXTENSION COUNCILLORS AND THE PARLIAMENTARY REPRESENTATIVES

SIGNIFICANT UTTERANCES. At the mmclusion of the meeting of the Swansea Town Council, on Wednesday, and while members of the Corporation were awaiting luncheon, Councillor Chapman said: As we have a halfan-hour or so to spare, we might well discuss the conduct of our representati
May 22, 1889 - Swansea and Glamorgan Herald - Swansea, Glamorgan, Wales
 
THE ALLEGED MAN- SLAUGHTER AT NEATH. PRISONERS AGAIN BEFORE THE MAGISTRATES.

THE ALLEGED MAN- SLAUGHTER AT NEATH. PRISONERS AGAIN BEFORE THE MAGISTRATES.

David Davies, haulier; John Guppy, tailor: Owen Francis, Thomas Bodicombe, stearer ; David Griffith Jones, annealer ; and William Rees, furnaceman ; were brought up in the Neath Police Court on remand charged with causing the death of William Griffiths, of Cadoxton, by driving a
May 22, 1889 - Swansea and Glamorgan Herald - Swansea, Glamorgan, Wales
 
ir-itt ,tuansta _§tratb. WEDNESDAY. MAY 22..889. BUSINESS ABROAD. WHAT IS WANTED IN SOUTH AFRICA.

ir-itt ,tuansta _§tratb. WEDNESDAY. MAY 22..889. BUSINESS ABROAD. WHAT IS WANTED IN SOUTH AFRICA.

ir-itt ,tuansta _§tratb. WEDNESDAY. 22..889. BUSINESS ABROAD. WHAT IS WANTED IN SOUTH AFRICA. A ready sale can be had at the Cape for boots and shoes, and also for hats and kid gloves. There is a demand, too, for white shirts, and, further, for groceries; but the last mentioned m
May 22, 1889 - Swansea and Glamorgan Herald - Swansea, Glamorgan, Wales
 
NOTES OF THE WEEK.

NOTES OF THE WEEK.

The effects of strikes are widespread, and the refusal to work by the miners of Germany is throwing increased employment and better remuneration into the hands of the colliers of South Wales. Doubtless had the International Association that was so prominent a few years since car
May 22, 1889 - Swansea and Glamorgan Herald - Swansea, Glamorgan, Wales
 
THE SWANSEA ASSUR- ANCE CASE.

THE SWANSEA ASSUR- ANCE CASE.

MOTION FOR A NEW TRIAL In the Queen's Bench Division, London, on Monday, Mr. Justice Matthew and Mr. Justice Grantham, sitting as a Divisional Court, gave judgment in the case of Jarvis r. the Marine and General Mutual Life Assurance Company, which was tried at the late Cardiff
May 22, 1889 - Swansea and Glamorgan Herald - Swansea, Glamorgan, Wales
 
CRICKET.

CRICKET.

CADOXTON 2nd XI. v. IfORRISTON. The above match was played on Saturday on the Snoll Park grounds, Neath, and ended in a I easy win for Cadoxton. Bronkhiun batted well for Cadoxton as will be seen by the score:— Percy Walton, 3 Ayres, b Matthews 6 Thomas Thomas, b Matthews 4 M. M
May 22, 1889 - Swansea and Glamorgan Herald - Swansea, Glamorgan, Wales
 
Total deduction

Total deduction

Now take 3003 .7. 03;0m 381•93:a . nd you have 76.90, and this is the nett register tonnage on which the Topic pays dues. And what will she carry ?" "She cleared from Swansea to Rouen on Feb. 26, 1889, with 570 tons of coals and 20 tons bunkers-590 tons altogether. The tonnage r
May 22, 1889 - Swansea and Glamorgan Herald - Swansea, Glamorgan, Wales