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Talygarn Home Festivities.

Talygarn Home Festivities.

Talygarn Convalescent Home was fully decorated on the occasion of the annual staff ball. The concert-hall wl.cre the guests danced was lit by fairy lam, its and coloured illuminations. The wint , •r garden adjoining the concert-hall was u.cd as a sitting-out room. There were nea
01 January 1930 - Western Mail - Cardiff, Glamorgan, Wales
 
S TERRIBLE INJURIES.

S TERRIBLE INJURIES.

W. M Milian's said that he airs bodies about ten &cluck. The not quite dead. There was e 4tvere wound in the throat. The was almost cut away on the right de. A considerable amount of Violence must have been used. Ile had attended the father. hut not for about three toontici. Wit
01 January 1930 - Western Mail - Cardiff, Glamorgan, Wales
 
ARCHBISHOP'S PLEA

ARCHBISHOP'S PLEA

A Layman's Hint to the Rev. D. Winter Lewis. Sir,—The letter of the Rev. D. Winter Lewis revives the arguments against *solaria° schools that were used a generation or so ago to bring about the secularisation of State schools. But as the latter measure was followed by an alarmin
01 January 1930 - Western Mail - Cardiff, Glamorgan, Wales
 
BEFORE and AFTER

BEFORE and AFTER

The Most Vivid, Arresting And Attention-Compelling Proof That eastNitte'
01 January 1930 - Western Mail - Cardiff, Glamorgan, Wales
 
Equiv. Place. Dee. 30. Dec. 31. of £ 'darling Amsterdam.--.;12.095 12.10 12.09512.09; 19 115 Athens.._._.-.._.., 374 376 374 376 14

Equiv. Place. Dee. 30. Dec. 31. of £ 'darling Amsterdam.--.;12.095 12.10 12.09512.09; 19 115 Athens.._._.-.._.., 374 376 374 376 14

17 35 Berlin .......--..„..!10.42 20.43 20.42 20.43 19 115 Dramatis . .. '34.86 34.87 34.86 34.87 19 11 Bucharest' 816 818 816 818 10 1 Copenbagea.._ 18.20 18.21 18.10 18.21 1 0 08 194 1941 194 194 k 1. 0 18 Geneva .-. • 1.5.11f 25.124 5.12 26.3 19 11 Kaunas !Kovno) 4 84 19 at t
01 January 1930 - Western Mail - Cardiff, Glamorgan, Wales
 

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01 January 1930 - Western Mail - Cardiff, Glamorgan, Wales
 
Areinhe,-4 of Carmel thin.-11. Morriston, hiate pre•iented their tristor, the R , ,. st U. Dawkins. with a testimonial of

Areinhe,-4 of Carmel thin.-11. Morriston, hiate pre•iented their tristor, the R , ,. st U. Dawkins. with a testimonial of

£2.50 oil his retirement. The Rev. W. Salmon pretided over the presentation gathering and addresses were drib ered by the followitc^_ ehural citi , .ials mind deaoons:— Messrs. W. J. Wit-. - !lama, D. Brynnior ifttleS, R. Riehanlti. Thomas Hughes, and Morris James. The Riiv a .
01 January 1930 - Western Mail - Cardiff, Glamorgan, Wales
 
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01 January 1930 - Western Mail - Cardiff, Glamorgan, Wales
 
- .. panied by a spaniel dog when her attention was attracted by the dog', barking to something in the

- .. panied by a spaniel dog when her attention was attracted by the dog', barking to something in the

river, and she found it to be the body of a man, caught by branches. She immediately informed a doctor at the Cefn Mably Hospital, and .later Police-sergeant Frederick Zeal, Caen. Mr. Sidney Jones. philly, and P. William Penny, Cefn Mably, recovered the body and conveyed it to t
01 January 1930 - Western Mail - Cardiff, Glamorgan, Wales
 
SOUTH WALES' FINANCE. QUIET CONDITIONS CONTINUE. GOOD SUPPORT FOR THOS. STEVENS. Bank rats 5 per cent. fixed December 12, 1129.

SOUTH WALES' FINANCE. QUIET CONDITIONS CONTINUE. GOOD SUPPORT FOR THOS. STEVENS. Bank rats 5 per cent. fixed December 12, 1129.

Settling days, January 9 and 23, 1931 By OUR FINANCIAL EDITOR. CARDIFF, Tuesday, The year ended with business on quiet lines and the tone irregular. With a holiday feeling still in evidenze this was not unexpected. There was, however. no selling pressure and in one or two cases
01 January 1930 - Western Mail - Cardiff, Glamorgan, Wales