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For PRINTING ol 411 Kinds .1 ! ! 1 kiL SWANSEA JOURNAL Office 13, ARCADE (High street), SWANSEA, Bdure placing,

For PRINTING ol 411 Kinds .1 ! ! 1 kiL SWANSEA JOURNAL Office 13, ARCADE (High street), SWANSEA, Bdure placing,

your ordcr elatwherc.
July 8, 1893 - Swansea Journal and South Wales Liberal - Swansea, Glamorgan, Wales
 
PASTRY

PASTRY

MADE UPON OUR PREMISES Continental Workmen. VIENNA, and other Fancy Bread.
July 8, 1893 - Swansea Journal and South Wales Liberal - Swansea, Glamorgan, Wales
 
SWANSI.A BOARD OF GU A RDIANS.

SWANSI.A BOARD OF GU A RDIANS.

SWANSI . A BOARD OF GU A RDIANS. Thc 11811/11 111, of the Swansea Board of Gdirdians was at the Workhouse on Mod), atider the presidency oi Mr. Phi.ip R - Loirs. iiori, ware also present Messie. L.t vdyn DAvies, Puilip Richards, F. S lit hop, H. Jenkins, IhuroriA Puilips, IVearne
July 8, 1893 - Swansea Journal and South Wales Liberal - Swansea, Glamorgan, Wales
 
SWANSE.I POLICE (Anita. fIaDAY.—BCTor; W. Richer& and .1. G Hall. MCNSS. - . Mary Ann Ester. otherwise Sullivan, a married

SWANSE.I POLICE (Anita. fIaDAY.—BCTor; W. Richer& and .1. G Hall. MCNSS. - . Mary Ann Ester. otherwise Sullivan, a married

rort Tennant woman, for a disorderly drunk in 'hurob-street, overnight, was fined i s. nn the .s idenoe of P.C. ,13 English Mary Sullivan. married. Greyhound -street, , r a similar offence in Fisher-street, proved by I C. Phillips '2% . was fined
July 8, 1893 - Swansea Journal and South Wales Liberal - Swansea, Glamorgan, Wales
 
31IH ANT, TOSS.

31IH ANT, TOSS.

ANT , TOSS. Lewis 19, New-street. for paying and oil Strand. June fi ne d 2.. id. and the costs. , LAIR FOR WOE, (4e44. t:regory 4... aimed from his employer. Mr. D. Thomae. colliery proprietor, Adelaide Chambers, the sum of .1.1 l9s. 4Ad., wags alHred to be due to him.- --A coun
July 8, 1893 - Swansea Journal and South Wales Liberal - Swansea, Glamorgan, Wales
 
IRL LL..

IRL LL..

LL.. lower end of the femur joins with, r rather rests upon, the large bone of the le s , The leg below the knee consists of two bones The (so called because it resembies tube, or pipe. or, as sortie have d, hautboy.) is much too largest. Tht ti:er is called the fitaol.r They are
July 8, 1893 - Swansea Journal and South Wales Liberal - Swansea, Glamorgan, Wales
 
NEW THEATRE. Next week Mr. Louis Calvert's Company will occupy the boards at the Theatre, when a varied programme will

NEW THEATRE. Next week Mr. Louis Calvert's Company will occupy the boards at the Theatre, when a varied programme will

be gone through. Monday. Tuesday, and Wednesday, " fife?, or the Love/:not ; Thursday, The Dalib's Motto ; Friday—Benetit of Mr. Louis Calvert—The Robbery of thc Mail ; Saturday, The Corsi - an followed by This week Romany k been at the theatre, and all who have not seen it shou
May 6, 1893 - Swansea Journal and South Wales Liberal - Swansea, Glamorgan, Wales
 
TIIE DUNDEE DISPUTE.

TIIE DUNDEE DISPUTE.

DUNDEE DISPUTE. On Wednesday the millworkers dispute was still increasing, further additions having been made to the strikers. Many works which were in partial operation on Tuesday have closed, the operatives refusing to start Notices have been published in several large establis
May 6, 1893 - Swansea Journal and South Wales Liberal - Swansea, Glamorgan, Wales
 
JENNINGS & Co., The CENTRAL CLOTHIERS, Are now shewing a very choice Selection of MEN'S, YOUTHS, and BOYS CLOTHING, of

JENNINGS & Co., The CENTRAL CLOTHIERS, Are now shewing a very choice Selection of MEN'S, YOUTHS, and BOYS CLOTHING, of

Superior Make and Finish, suitable for the present Season. Also Newest Styles in Hats, Caps, and Gents' Mercery. The NEW PREMISES, 134, CASTLE STREET, Swansea. Also at Woodfield Street, Morriston.
May 6, 1893 - Swansea Journal and South Wales Liberal - Swansea, Glamorgan, Wales
 
Girls' Boarding and Day School, Belle Vue, Swansea. Principals, the Misses PHILLIPS, assisted by resident English and Foreign Governesses and

Girls' Boarding and Day School, Belle Vue, Swansea. Principals, the Misses PHILLIPS, assisted by resident English and Foreign Governesses and

visiting Masters Preparation for Local Examinations. The house is pleasantly situated in its own grounds, on a hill, and overlooking the sea
May 6, 1893 - Swansea Journal and South Wales Liberal - Swansea, Glamorgan, Wales