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LOCAL PATENT.

LOCAL PATENT.

The following abridged description is specially drawn for the ''Swansea Journal* by Messrs. Hughes and Young, patent agents, 6.5 and 56, Chancery-lane. London. W. C., who will give advice and assistance free to our realem on all patent matters :-21,665. Axes, adzes, etc. Patente
February 10, 1900 - Swansea Journal and South Wales Liberal - Swansea, Glamorgan, Wales
 
ffissiissED.

ffissiissED.

Albert Bolton, 7, New-road, - Brytillyfryd, for who'', Mr. J. Viner I ,eeder appeared, was charged on remand with stealing an iron grate and a piece of cast iron piping, lulu.' at Os., from a back garden attached to No. 1 4, Llangyfelach-roati. bet Weill the 2:trd and the :081 M
February 10, 1900 - Swansea Journal and South Wales Liberal - Swansea, Glamorgan, Wales
 
Boer's Loft Seized.

Boer's Loft Seized.

I \ IINIIII.INT I I N N. 'I. pat front . d qes , lay evening, say,: (fan: II ttivanc, to the celiet 1.1 liven attended with and tI. i t t of limit and completi ste 11 I, height. The 4,1 our advance from the first: lan 4:eh:. Boller hot to be denied. I'Ve have I ill. passage of t
February 10, 1900 - Swansea Journal and South Wales Liberal - Swansea, Glamorgan, Wales
 
The Boer Protest. Spirited Reply by Lord Roberts.

The Boer Protest. Spirited Reply by Lord Roberts.

(Central News Aeencv.) CAPE TOWN, Tuesday. be protest forwarded to Laid Roberts by Presidents Kruger and Stern accused the British t mops of the wanton use o dynamite in destroyin•4 houses, and also of employing savages to tight the Boers, as well as ma'king charges of brig.mdag
February 10, 1900 - Swansea Journal and South Wales Liberal - Swansea, Glamorgan, Wales
 
17WITARI-4NISII.

17WITARI-4NISII.

The quarterly meetings of the South-east Wales Unitarian Society were held on Thursday at the Old Town Hall. Pontypridd. Mr. J. Moy Evans. solicitor, Swansea. the president. occupying the chair. There was a representative gathcring. The joint secretaries were the Rey. D. .T. Wil
February 3, 1900 - Swansea Journal and South Wales Liberal - Swansea, Glamorgan, Wales
 
"A Formidable War."

"A Formidable War."

REMARKABLE FORECAST BY SIR ALFRED MILNER. A very remarkable statement, or rather forecast, by Sir Allred Milner ham just been made public in the new Blue Book on the Transvaal question. - on November 50 to Mr. Chamberlain a letter which was received on December 16. and in which
February 3, 1900 - Swansea Journal and South Wales Liberal - Swansea, Glamorgan, Wales
 
THE RETIREMENT,

THE RETIREMENT,

The gallani - ii - w - at - k . eTnWii - i;eiltis to describe the miseries of the bivouac, the awful downpurr of rain which drenched the own to the skin, and the early move oil nest morning. men advanced a little towards the guns, but were driven back by the tire. The twenty-fou
February 3, 1900 - Swansea Journal and South Wales Liberal - Swansea, Glamorgan, Wales
 
SWANSEA SCHOOL BOARD.

SWANSEA SCHOOL BOARD.

MONTHLY MI T 1 A monthly meeting of the members of the Swansea School Board was held on Wednesdav afternoon. Mr. Dd. Roberts presided, an;l there were also present Messrs. lit. Harris, E. (lriffiths, %V. F.. Harris, J. G. Kirby, Rev. J. Pollock, and Mrs. Freentan.
February 3, 1900 - Swansea Journal and South Wales Liberal - Swansea, Glamorgan, Wales
 
PUPIL TEACHERS.

PUPIL TEACHERS.

The chairman drew at to a portion of a minute of the Schools Management Committee recommending the engagement of five female pupil teachers. observing that the Board seemed to be playing battledore iind shuttlecock in this matter. le was not present at the meetat. which the ques
February 3, 1900 - Swansea Journal and South Wales Liberal - Swansea, Glamorgan, Wales
 
1, A EIV ARMY SCHEME PROPOSALS OF 1 F GOVERN- PENT Lord Lansdowne's Statement.' ONE HALF-PENNY – More Men. More Guns. More Debate in the House of Commons. Horses. --

1, A EIV ARMY SCHEME PROPOSALS OF 1 F GOVERN- PENT Lord Lansdowne's Statement.' ONE HALF-PENNY – More Men. More Guns. More Debate in the House of Commons. Horses. --

1, A ARMY SCHEME PROPOSALS OF 1 F GOVERN- PENT Lord Lansdowne's Statement.' ONE HALF-PENNY - More Men. More Guns. More Debate in the House of Commons. Horses. -- WYNDHAM AND CAVALRY REID MENTS.
February 17, 1900 - Swansea Journal and South Wales Liberal - Swansea, Glamorgan, Wales