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Mr. _Glascodine at Caegurwen.

Mr. _Glascodine at Caegurwen.

Mr. C. H. Glascodine, the - Unionist candidate for the Gower Division, addressed another meeting in support; of his candidature at the Board Schoolroom, Caegurwen, on WedneF.day evening. Mr. G. H. trick presided. Mr. Glascodine who was very favour a bly received, reiterated his
July 20, 1895 - Swansea Journal and South Wales Liberal - Swansea, Glamorgan, Wales
 
LOCAL NEWS.

LOCAL NEWS.

Mr. W. B. Phillips was successful in winning the 4th prize at Boston with his noted black and white lop doe, Lady Maud. The annual meetings of the Welsh Order of Ivorites were held at Pentre, Ystrad, this week. Amongst the local representatives were Mr. D. E. Thomas, Llansamet,
July 20, 1895 - Swansea Journal and South Wales Liberal - Swansea, Glamorgan, Wales
 
gwanora g.ournal, And SOUTH IVALES LIBERAL, 67, Wind Street, Swansea.

gwanora g.ournal, And SOUTH IVALES LIBERAL, 67, Wind Street, Swansea.

July 20, 1895 - Swansea Journal and South Wales Liberal - Swansea, Glamorgan, Wales
 
JEROME K. JEROME AT SWANSEA.

JEROME K. JEROME AT SWANSEA.

A good audience in the Albert Hall, Swansea, on Thursday evening, listened to a literary celebrity—Mr. Jerome K. Jerome, the author of such popular books as "Three Men in a Boat" and "Novel Notes ;" the originator of "The __ _ Idler," and the editor of 11 To-day." Sir J. T. D. L
March 16, 1895 - Swansea Journal and South Wales Liberal - Swansea, Glamorgan, Wales
 
COLLIERY EXPLOSION - SWANSEA .HARBOUR AT A.IORLAIS TALE. TRUST. esumed Inquest on the Bodies of the Annual Meeting. Victims. The

COLLIERY EXPLOSION - SWANSEA .HARBOUR AT A.IORLAIS TALE. TRUST. esumed Inquest on the Bodies of the Annual Meeting. Victims. The

annual meeting of the Swansea Harbour Trust was held at the Guildhall, ou Monday, at noon. Owing to the absence from home of Sir John Jones Jenkins, the chair was occupied by Alderman Mason, the other trustees present the Hon. Aubrey Vivian, the Mayor (MI Edwards), Mr. Clarke Ri
March 16, 1895 - Swansea Journal and South Wales Liberal - Swansea, Glamorgan, Wales
 
DEATH OF BURROWS

DEATH OF BURROWS

It will be learned with regret by followers of the winter pastime throughout South Wales that Burrows, the well-known Swansea forward, who sustained an injury to his spine during the recent Swansea v. Newport match, succumbed at the Swansea Hospital at an early hour on Thursday
March 16, 1895 - Swansea Journal and South Wales Liberal - Swansea, Glamorgan, Wales
 
MONEY Lent at low interest. Are you enititbAd to property on the death of a person now livnig? If so,

MONEY Lent at low interest. Are you enititbAd to property on the death of a person now livnig? If so,

send particulars by letter to Mr. .King. 50, Fore street,london, E.C.
March 16, 1895 - Swansea Journal and South Wales Liberal - Swansea, Glamorgan, Wales
 
Lord and Lady Charles Beresford had a narrow escape at Chatham on Wednesday night. Their horse bolted, and the cab

Lord and Lady Charles Beresford had a narrow escape at Chatham on Wednesday night. Their horse bolted, and the cab

was nearly overturned, A portmanteau fell from the top and a thief ran away with it, but was stopped. Thomas Wood, a Haeliney costermonger, has been found in an outhouse by his daughter with his bead almost severed from his loody. A bloodstained razor lay by his side. Deceased's
May 18, 1895 - Swansea Journal and South Wales Liberal - Swansea, Glamorgan, Wales
 
MARKET.

MARKET.

The minutes of the last meeting of the baying been signed, his Worship the Mayor that a deputation of grocers and traders were in waiting outside to have an interview with the Council upon the question of closing the market at ten p.m., instead of • eleven. The deputation were u
May 18, 1895 - Swansea Journal and South Wales Liberal - Swansea, Glamorgan, Wales
 
WORKS AND SANITARY CONIIITTEE.

WORKS AND SANITARY CONIIITTEE.

Mr. J. M. Mayne moved the adoption of the minutes of the Works and Sanitary Com mittee. He commented with satisfaction on the fact that the borougltheld a clean bill of health, and that last month there was not a single case of infectious disease in the hospital. Referring to th
May 18, 1895 - Swansea Journal and South Wales Liberal - Swansea, Glamorgan, Wales