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03 April 1886 - Herald of Wales - Swansea, Glamorgan, Wales
 
NICEIOLLS

NICEIOLLS

EXTENSION OF PREMISES. AND SON (Es rABLISITED 1866.) CABINET MAKERS, UPHOLSTERERS, &C. A. N. anl S. take thi opportunity of thalking their tineeecotyi Oustore,rs in the Town and Neigabourho 1 a fur their very kind and liberal pste,aegs, and beg to inform them (and the public gen
03 April 1886 - Herald of Wales - Swansea, Glamorgan, Wales
 
CURATOR.

CURATOR.

Sir,—My attention hail - Wen — called to a letter in your mime of yesterday from Mr. Manning, in which he complains of my having recently made a statement to the effect that " Nynoonformiata have been so prejudiced (against the Church) by their spiritual leaders, that it is almo
03 April 1886 - Herald of Wales - Swansea, Glamorgan, Wales
 
LLANELLY. A BRANCH POST OFFICE FOR LLANELY DOCKS.

LLANELLY. A BRANCH POST OFFICE FOR LLANELY DOCKS.

The petition for a Branch Poet Office at the New Dock, Dianeily, hag been complied with. Mr. Henry Baker, postmaster, will have one opened as soon as passible at either Havelockstreet or Cornish Place. Mr. Baker, glum he took charge of the LLanelly Post Office. has not I failed
03 April 1886 - Herald of Wales - Swansea, Glamorgan, Wales
 
" ENTP.E N(

" ENTP.E N(

From Trtsl There an innovation at th as the Queen remained the '1 out this ooremooy, • thing whiol many years pant. A sort of planed for her Majesty, who ; but last week she sat, so du is difficult to understand why ti the Throne on these occasions, more comfortable, and also Th
03 April 1886 - Herald of Wales - Swansea, Glamorgan, Wales
 
LLANELLY. PETTY SESSIONS. WEDNBSDAY.—Before Richard Nevill and R. McLaren, Edge.

LLANELLY. PETTY SESSIONS. WEDNBSDAY.—Before Richard Nevill and R. McLaren, Edge.

KNOWN FEET. Owen Jones, a tramp, was brought up in custody charged with stealing a pair of boots on the 26th March. He tried to pawn the boots whieh he had stolen at Hr. Neumark's , Tramway-street. He was asked whose boots they were, and replied they were his own. The witness lo
03 April 1886 - Herald of Wales - Swansea, Glamorgan, Wales
 
THE BR}TISH TROOPS IN EGYPT,

THE BR}TISH TROOPS IN EGYPT,

The correspondent of the Titan, at Cairo, me Wednesday night, says :—Mntchtar Pacha and Sir H. D. Wolf( had an interview to-day. The former thoroughly recognisel the existing asi-. tion and is not an advocate for the immedj a withdrawal of the English troops.
03 April 1886 - Herald of Wales - Swansea, Glamorgan, Wales
 
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20 November 1886 - Herald of Wales - Swansea, Glamorgan, Wales
 
the sUade the Garter,

the sUade the Garter,

of the ancient Orders in Christendoin,.and probably the most exalted and exolesive. No one who is not a Sovereign, or • Primo of the Blood Royal, or a very great noblemen indeed, can hope to gain admission to this august cirele. Even Prime Ministers are ineligible, unless they a
20 November 1886 - Herald of Wales - Swansea, Glamorgan, Wales