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6 Herald of Wales Saturday November 25 1950 INDIGESTION VICTIMS THANKS ACID STOMACH ENDED BY MOORLAND TABLETS a martyr Indigestion

6 Herald of Wales Saturday November 25 1950 INDIGESTION VICTIMS THANKS ACID STOMACH ENDED BY MOORLAND TABLETS a martyr Indigestion

whether due eating nerve strain Moorland Antacid-Indigestion bring blessed relief from Indigestion Acid Heartburn Flatulence Read a former Aug- for °f"r U“nt °n I lot fr" R Moorland Antacid-Indigestion Tablet prompt relief from distress and pain neutralising acid and calming the
25 November 1950 - Herald of Wales - Swansea, Glamorgan, Wales
 
12 Herald Wales Saturday November 25 1950 MY own interest in Neath is primarily a Quaker one There is an

12 Herald Wales Saturday November 25 1950 MY own interest in Neath is primarily a Quaker one There is an

old Quaker meeting house in Neath close the Castle in the old part the town The antiquity this quaint little place with its own burial ground at the back reminds me that Quakerism ran like wildfire through Wales in the 17th century owing to the recuvalistic enthusiasm of the gre
25 November 1950 - Herald of Wales - Swansea, Glamorgan, Wales
 
fA-n ‘-lx1-- es LADY MEGAN LEADS THE NO-ALLIANCE “FAITHFUL” By VICTOR KNIGHT Lady megan lloyd- GEORGE Liberal MP for Anglesey

fA-n ‘-lx1-- es LADY MEGAN LEADS THE NO-ALLIANCE “FAITHFUL” By VICTOR KNIGHT Lady megan lloyd- GEORGE Liberal MP for Anglesey

to-day stands at the apex of an eterna1 political triangle For all the world to see aha remains Deputy Leader of the Liberal Parliamentary Party And yet she boldly deserts the official party in the division lobbies Last week she even refused to support a Liberal amendment to the
18 November 1950 - Herald of Wales - Swansea, Glamorgan, Wales
 
Herald of Wales Saturday November 18 1950 The St Helen’s museum AT St Helen's where for some 75 years Swansea

Herald of Wales Saturday November 18 1950 The St Helen’s museum AT St Helen's where for some 75 years Swansea

and Welsh XV's have been contributing generously and in the main luminously to rugby football history they boast appropriately enough Rugby Football Museum For the rank and file of visiting ruggermen the collected relics and mementos adorning the club house walls at Swansea perh
18 November 1950 - Herald of Wales - Swansea, Glamorgan, Wales
 
Hafod Mansion THE VANISHING HOMES OF By TOM EVANS THE great houses of England are nearly all thrown open as

Hafod Mansion THE VANISHING HOMES OF By TOM EVANS THE great houses of England are nearly all thrown open as

show places In Wales the story the same St Fagans once the home the Earls of Plymouth is a Welsh Folk Museum and Plas Newydd the home the Marquis of Anglesey is half given over to naval cadet training In Cardiganshire one great house is left with its natural inheritors This is N
18 November 1950 - Herald of Wales - Swansea, Glamorgan, Wales
 
of Wales Saturday November 18 LAND REVIEW WALES AT LAS1 Welsh Committee National Farmers Union have undertaken a Welsh review

of Wales Saturday November 18 LAND REVIEW WALES AT LAS1 Welsh Committee National Farmers Union have undertaken a Welsh review

a development I have several times advocated in column Letters received by the FU county branches state Union are give serious consideration to the problem of land acquisition in general and the implications the results of public inquiries So can be viewed as a whole the Union a
18 November 1950 - Herald of Wales - Swansea, Glamorgan, Wales
 
Wales Saturday November 18 1950 PUBLIC NOTICE BIRTHS DAVIES On Neath Hospital 9 St daughter Lynne) stall EVANS- Nov u-ia

Wales Saturday November 18 1950 PUBLIC NOTICE BIRTHS DAVIES On Neath Hospital 9 St daughter Lynne) stall EVANS- Nov u-ia

Owen Argoed Swansea LeKoy) nursing stall HOUNSHELD On Nov 7th Hodge Home (nee C Brian 11-18 POPE Middlesex to Quickej the wife son 11-13 THOMAS On Nov 9th Stout-hall Nursing Home to Mr Mrs D A Thomas (nee Halsey) gift son 11-18 TUCKER Nov 10th to Mr Mrs J at Nursery West God’s d
18 November 1950 - Herald of Wales - Swansea, Glamorgan, Wales
 
Herald Wales Saturday 1950 HAVE I put them the wrong way round? depends on whether you look them with due

Herald Wales Saturday 1950 HAVE I put them the wrong way round? depends on whether you look them with due

sense historic attitude or whether you are primarily interested what is X believe called pro gress is way which "Birmingham big so big And Stratford stayed small’ What it comes to that century borough of Aberavon which once shared with Swansea privilege electing one Member of Pa
18 November 1950 - Herald of Wales - Swansea, Glamorgan, Wales
 
Herald Wales Saturday November 18 15 Mans Qold EVER1TE ’ watch is jewel Swiss lever movement non-magnetic dvstproof English made

Herald Wales Saturday November 18 15 Mans Qold EVER1TE ’ watch is jewel Swiss lever movement non-magnetic dvstproof English made

case £15110 Other fine wrist watches from £823 to £16174 H SAMUEL The Empire's Largest Jem Her 265 OXFORD ST SWANSEA OVER 100 BRANCHES You have only to try the new BIFOCAL FORTIPHONES to be convinced they are the best of all HEARING AIDS New Bifocal Hearing! New Power and Range
18 November 1950 - Herald of Wales - Swansea, Glamorgan, Wales
 
8 Herald Wales Saturday W Teaching the teachers OFFICIALS “HOUSE PARENTS” from children’s homes I in Walos under arrangements made

8 Herald Wales Saturday W Teaching the teachers OFFICIALS “HOUSE PARENTS” from children’s homes I in Walos under arrangements made

by Flintshire Educa-In various parts of England Wales to Morfa Lodge Committee They’re learning “to make things” Jthyl for a Office course the first of kind to be are qualified to instruct craft work THEIR HOBBY : CHRYSANTHEMUMS OFFICIALS of the South Wales and Monmouthshire Chr
18 November 1950 - Herald of Wales - Swansea, Glamorgan, Wales