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MONEY LENT PRIVATELY.-THE CHAR rNG CROSS BANK (Established 187 M, 28 , BEDFORD-STREET. CHARING CROS LON DON, WC. Capital, £300,000.

MONEY LENT PRIVATELY.-THE CHAR rNG CROSS BANK (Established 187 M, 28 , BEDFORD-STREET. CHARING CROS LON DON, WC. Capital, £300,000.

Reserve Fund, f too.ooo. Advances made upon approved Promissory Note as follows: Advance fso—z2 monthly repayments of £4 It 3 II 100 9 3 4 500 11 45 16 3 Larger amounts in the same proportion. Ativances of £2,000 granted at at a few hours notice, in town or country, male or fema
January 12, 1895 - Swansea Journal and South Wales Liberal - Swansea, Glamorgan, Wales
 
EAT AMERICAN PRESCRIPTION TWENTY YEARS' RESEARCH has brought to lights I guaranteed Remedy for NERVOUS DEBILITY, Errors of Youth, Lost

EAT AMERICAN PRESCRIPTION TWENTY YEARS' RESEARCH has brought to lights I guaranteed Remedy for NERVOUS DEBILITY, Errors of Youth, Lost

Manhood, Weakness, Dimness of Bight,Bladder, Gravel Kidney, and Liver complainta i This Prescription is n the hands of a Minister who Will befriend anyone suffering from these enervating diseases. It has CURED THOUSANDS. Merely send self-addressed stamped envelope to the Rev. Da
January 12, 1895 - Swansea Journal and South Wales Liberal - Swansea, Glamorgan, Wales
 
Mr. Glascodine _at. Clydach.

Mr. Glascodine _at. Clydach.

Mr. Glascodine _at . Clydach. A meeting in support of the candidature of Mr. C. H. Glascodine for the Gower Division was held at Clydach Schoolroom on Tuesday evening. Though the gathering was hurriedly convened, there was a capital attendance, over which Mr. Henry N. Miers presi
July 20, 1895 - Swansea Journal and South Wales Liberal - Swansea, Glamorgan, Wales
 
Mr, Randell Makes a Triumphal Progress Through the Swansea Valley.

Mr, Randell Makes a Triumphal Progress Through the Swansea Valley.

WY , OUR SPECIAL CORRESPONDENT.] a ndell (our Raudell)—that is the phrase se often used by the constituents of Gower, and which beat expresses their attitude to the Liberal candidate now again seeking their suffrages. It is not the mere fact that he has been since 1888 and still
July 20, 1895 - Swansea Journal and South Wales Liberal - Swansea, Glamorgan, Wales
 
ALLEGED TREF!' OF BRASS.

ALLEGED TREF!' OF BRASS.

ALLEGED OF BRASS. Joseph Heron, 34, dealer, and George Jackson were charged with stealing certain brass bearings, value £2, the property of the Graigola Merthyr Company, Ltd., and at the same time feloniously receiving them, well knowing them to be stolen. Mr. L. M. Richards pros
July 20, 1895 - Swansea Journal and South Wales Liberal - Swansea, Glamorgan, Wales
 
THE FATAL ACCIDENT AT THE FAILURE OF MR, W. SWANSEA. RICHARDS. , The coroner ' Mr. Edward Strick, held an

THE FATAL ACCIDENT AT THE FAILURE OF MR, W. SWANSEA. RICHARDS. , The coroner ' Mr. Edward Strick, held an

E x -Ald erman Ri c h ar d s, prov i s i on merc h an t , inquest at the Angel Inn, Llangyf e lach - s t ree t, S wansea, came up on an a dj ourne d' pu bli c exam Swansea, on Monday afternoon, into the circum- ination at the Swansea Bankruptcy Court on stances attending the dea
July 20, 1895 - Swansea Journal and South Wales Liberal - Swansea, Glamorgan, Wales
 
TWA SOUTH WALES DISTRICT.

TWA SOUTH WALES DISTRICT.

SOUTH WALES DISTRICT. Llandilo—Robert Roberts. ------- Swansea—John Rowlands (B), Ystalyfera Roberts (c), one asked; Henry Parry, Or merary. Llanelly—John Jones (a), who shall eho e . n dgi o tet two. Sundays in every quarter with, the lui t litec e of the Llandilo Circuit, and a
July 20, 1895 - Swansea Journal and South Wales Liberal - Swansea, Glamorgan, Wales
 
GEORGE EADON (From John Broadwood and Sons, London, and Thompson and Shackell, Swansea), TUNER AND DEALER IN PIANOS AND ORGANS

GEORGE EADON (From John Broadwood and Sons, London, and Thompson and Shackell, Swansea), TUNER AND DEALER IN PIANOS AND ORGANS

2", GORSE LANE, SWANSEA.
July 20, 1895 - Swansea Journal and South Wales Liberal - Swansea, Glamorgan, Wales
 
HEROIC. RESCUE FROM DROWNING Al

HEROIC. RESCUE FROM DROWNING Al

_ CLYDACH. Were it not for the timely assistance of two well-known Morriston gentlemen, James Davies, a young man aged 17, would have been drowned at the lock, near the Midland Railway-. station at Clydach on Monday afternoon. The unfortunate youth in crossing the lock over a pl
March 16, 1895 - Swansea Journal and South Wales Liberal - Swansea, Glamorgan, Wales
 
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March 16, 1895 - Swansea Journal and South Wales Liberal - Swansea, Glamorgan, Wales