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LALL RIGHTS RESERVED.]

October 12, 1895 - Swansea Journal and South Wales Liberal - Swansea, Glamorgan, Wales
 
THE ROBBE ItY OF SWA.NSEA SILVER.

THE ROBBE ItY OF SWA.NSEA SILVER.

Leacheley Tried at Glerkenwell, Before Mr. :head, at Clerkenwell Police Court, on Friday morning, Henry Bailey, alias Albert .Leacheley, was charged on remand with complicity in the theft of silver ingots from a Midland Railway Compan) van, the value of the silver stolen being n
October 12, 1895 - Swansea Journal and South Wales Liberal - Swansea, Glamorgan, Wales
 
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Reaeoaabbe Prices. 1110 TE THE ADDRESS.- Swansea journal ZMM=Tha* a maisOOMWAMS LIBERAL
March 23, 1895 - Swansea Journal and South Wales Liberal - Swansea, Glamorgan, Wales
 
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SWANSEA, SATURDAY MARCH 23, 1895.
March 23, 1895 - Swansea Journal and South Wales Liberal - Swansea, Glamorgan, Wales
 
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March 23, 1895 - Swansea Journal and South Wales Liberal - Swansea, Glamorgan, Wales
 
CONSTITUTION OF NATIONAL ASSEMBLIES.

CONSTITUTION OF NATIONAL ASSEMBLIES.

9. The National Assemblies shall be constituted as follows : (1.) The English National Assembly shall consist of four hundred and sixty-one members returned by the existing parliamentary constituencies in England, or the existing divisions thereof: (2.) The Irish National Assemb
March 23, 1895 - Swansea Journal and South Wales Liberal - Swansea, Glamorgan, Wales
 
GREAT JrLY SALE

GREAT JrLY SALE

AND WILL CONTINUE THROUGHOUT THE IS NOW PROCEEDING MONTH.
July 13, 1895 - Swansea Journal and South Wales Liberal - Swansea, Glamorgan, Wales
 
Gentlemen,—

Gentlemen,—

A combination of the forces ranged in opposition to the principles of Democratic progress has for the moment triumphed the parry.of privilege, monopoly awl reaction, with Lord Salisbury at its head, is in power. At this juncture it is gratifying to me that the Liberals and Radic
July 13, 1895 - Swansea Journal and South Wales Liberal - Swansea, Glamorgan, Wales
 
THE CATERING.

THE CATERING.

Frequent complaints were made on the occasion of the last fete, about the manner in which the wants of the inner man were met. Mr. Studt, with that thoroughness which is hie characteristic, saw that there should be no ground for a repetition of the grumble and, as a consequence,
July 13, 1895 - Swansea Journal and South Wales Liberal - Swansea, Glamorgan, Wales
 
SECOND DAY'S PROCEEDINGS.

SECOND DAY'S PROCEEDINGS.

I• There is every reason to believe that the proceeds of the fete and gala of Thursday will be quite on a par, ,it not greater, than they were .on the preceding day. Notwithstanding the threatening outlook of the atmospheric conditions, the Victoria Park as thickly peopled, and
July 13, 1895 - Swansea Journal and South Wales Liberal - Swansea, Glamorgan, Wales