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PROVED APPEARANCE OF

PROVED APPEARANCE OF

THE GAZETTE." From time to time, experiments have been made to improve the breed of the rabbits of Sker. Kenfig and Maudlam, but these experiments have not met with any degree of success, although sometimes, but very rarely, a coloured rabbit different from the ordinary drab-col
02 December 1938 - Glamorgan Gazette - Bridgend, Mid Glamorgan, Wales
 
FRIDAY, DECEMBER 2, 1938

FRIDAY, DECEMBER 2, 1938

02 December 1938 - Glamorgan Gazette - Bridgend, Mid Glamorgan, Wales
 
COURT SEQUEL TO COLLISION. Two Motorists Fined. A journey in the Vicar of Cwmavon'a car, by a youth, with three

COURT SEQUEL TO COLLISION. Two Motorists Fined. A journey in the Vicar of Cwmavon'a car, by a youth, with three

companions, including, two young ladies, for the purpose of securing some musical instruments for the Cwmavon Guild, had a sequel at the Port Talbot County Police Court on Monday, when the youth, Malcolm Morris, of Bryn Cottage, Cwmavon, and Alexander Owen Williams, an inspector
02 December 1938 - Glamorgan Gazette - Bridgend, Mid Glamorgan, Wales
 
had all the love and affection

had all the love and affection

would expect towards the child. The explanation to why the child was left in the bedroom is one that the jury may feel disposed to accept, hut I think the wisdom of what Mrs. Llewellyn did is very murk to be questioned. "It very often happens that a child is left in the care of
02 December 1938 - Glamorgan Gazette - Bridgend, Mid Glamorgan, Wales
 
Thursday. Dec. Bth. Fri. & Sat. Gene Raymond and Olympe B•adna " STOLEN HEAVEN " Also Lloyd Nolan and Buster

Thursday. Dec. Bth. Fri. & Sat. Gene Raymond and Olympe B•adna " STOLEN HEAVEN " Also Lloyd Nolan and Buster

Crabhe in "TIP OFF GIRLS"
02 December 1938 - Glamorgan Gazette - Bridgend, Mid Glamorgan, Wales
 
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St nt44l that at 11.'23 p.m. on May 11th be was at Ited Hill. Laketon. when he a car proceeding towards Porthcawl. and noticed that the lights were very bright. He stopped Chapman. who was driving and who said. "I never come out at night." On examining the car, witness found tha
13 June 1941 - Glamorgan Gazette - Bridgend, Mid Glamorgan, Wales
 
llone to the home of eternal rt.

llone to the home of eternal rt.

ESCOTT.—In loving memory of Winnifred Jane, beloved wife of James Escott, died June 19111. 1910.—Alwapi remembered by Dad, Sylvia, Nlargamt, Carrie. Grace. Betty, Iris and Grandchildren. Deep in our hearts lies a Mistime, Worth mom than silver or gold. It's a picture of the one
13 June 1941 - Glamorgan Gazette - Bridgend, Mid Glamorgan, Wales
 
ATTEMPTED LARCENY AT PORTHCAWL PAVILION. Two Men Fined.

ATTEMPTED LARCENY AT PORTHCAWL PAVILION. Two Men Fined.

At the Bridgend Police Court on Thursday week, Mervyn Douglas Evans. "Brodawel." North Cornetly, and Cyril Francis, Sea View, Cefn Cribbwr, were charged with attempted larceny from a lady's handbag, the larceny of 7s. 7d. from a lady's handbag. and the larceny of 35., also from
13 June 1941 - Glamorgan Gazette - Bridgend, Mid Glamorgan, Wales
 
Porthcawl Paragraphs.

Porthcawl Paragraphs.

The local contingent ot the Messenger Canteens was 111141011 t in Cardiff last week, where an inspection was carried out by the Marchioness of Reading, who expressed great satisfaction with the turn-out. Mrs. R. P. Citalke, J.P., was in charge of the Port hcawl contingent,.
13 June 1941 - Glamorgan Gazette - Bridgend, Mid Glamorgan, Wales
 
HORSEPLAY.

HORSEPLAY.

a complaint- was raised about horseplay by youths the ages of 17 and 25 the children's playgrounds, Mr. Rhodes moved that. tiny call the attention of the police to the matter, and this was carried.
13 June 1941 - Glamorgan Gazette - Bridgend, Mid Glamorgan, Wales