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TRA.DE MARK. MARX. NURSE PHILLIPS' PILLS Are especially.imited to DeHeat^ Constitutions. Fapeeislly recommended to Ladles duriug Frog. naney. the only

TRA.DE MARK. MARX. NURSE PHILLIPS' PILLS Are especially.imited to DeHeat^ Constitutions. Fapeeislly recommended to Ladles duriug Frog. naney. the only

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08 May 1886 - Herald of Wales - Swansea, Glamorgan, Wales
 
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08 May 1886 - Herald of Wales - Swansea, Glamorgan, Wales
 
LONDON PRESS OPINIONS.

LONDON PRESS OPINIONS.

The Timw makes the following comment on Mr. Gladstone's address :—Mr. Gladstone's Manifesto is in substance a confession of his inability to carry Home Rule by an act of imperious authority, and an alliance with the forces of Mr. Parnell. The Prime Minister has recognised the fa
08 May 1886 - Herald of Wales - Swansea, Glamorgan, Wales
 
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08 May 1886 - Herald of Wales - Swansea, Glamorgan, Wales
 
r =STOW GRAMMAR SCHOOL ESTABLISED PRIVATE SCHOOL. Head Master: GIORUE DEWDNEY, RA. Second Muter : H DEWDNEY. 8.A., (London University

r =STOW GRAMMAR SCHOOL ESTABLISED PRIVATE SCHOOL. Head Master: GIORUE DEWDNEY, RA. Second Muter : H DEWDNEY. 8.A., (London University

Clansmen.] With mutants, Engisih and French. Last two year. over 30 per cent. of Mama Devrdnev's pupils have pawed Cambridge and London Duivereity, Science and Art, Outings Fs. aminationa, Classics, Modern Language., Science. Freebie d end Engineering Drawing, - French and Spani
08 May 1886 - Herald of Wales - Swansea, Glamorgan, Wales
 
deberr.nPriwaert: 1 --- --- "Wl= fan*, n liall ve is... ;nay an Law Aseadawas Ant ~ ,1011 R- :rot produalor emus

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deberr.n Priwaer t: 1 fan*, n liall ve is... ;nay an Law Aseadawas ~ ,1011 R- produalor over. snowstorm prevailed in Nortk Wales I ariday morning. report of the Committee 014 the North nkeehire and Fishgnard ErA,P.way Bill was end in the of comzions on Monday ;reed to, and the Ba
08 May 1886 - Herald of Wales - Swansea, Glamorgan, Wales
 
THE ANGLO-FRENCH

THE ANGLO-FRENCH

DIFFICULTY A Central News telegram from Paris, on Wednesday, says it is aekerted that the Frenkh Government, in view of the present complications, will not make slightest concession in the Res- L/4 kite affair, and that a naval squadron 18 ready to demonstz ate before Alexandria
02 May 1885 - Herald of Wales - Swansea, Glamorgan, Wales
 
GWYNNE 11. BRADER

GWYNNE 11. BRADER

Begs to inform his numerous Patrons and Friends that he has secured the services of a thoroughly practical PIANOFORTE TUNER AND REPAIRER, with whose assistance he will now be enabled to give the requited attention to the TUNING DEPARTMENT, which has so largely increased as to re
02 May 1885 - Herald of Wales - Swansea, Glamorgan, Wales
 
461,. NIHILISTS IN WAIT.

461,. NIHILISTS IN WAIT.

- - -- Mr. :amen Redpath, whose action during the land agitation in Ireland was Co distasteful to the British tivernment, has just had an interview in New York with Hartmann, the notorious Nihilist. In the course of a long conversation, Hartmann strenuously denied that Nihilism
02 May 1885 - Herald of Wales - Swansea, Glamorgan, Wales
 
ITALY READY FOR WAR.

ITALY READY FOR WAR.

The Roman correspondent of the Nee Presv states that the Italian Government will held in readiness an army corps of from 15,000 to 20,000 men that can be sent to the Red Sea. MYSTERIOUS VOYAGE. Letters received at Plymouth from Gibraltar state that the inhabitants there have jus
02 May 1885 - Herald of Wales - Swansea, Glamorgan, Wales