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STERMOUTH LOCAL BOARD. LETTER Fitnif THE DUKE or -- BEAUFORT. THE VILLA tOE IMPROVEMENTS.

STERMOUTH LOCAL BOARD. LETTER Fitnif THE DUKE or -- BEAUFORT. THE VILLA tOE IMPROVEMENTS.

STERMOUTH LOCAL BOARD. LETTER THE DUKE or -- BEAUFORT. THE VILLA tOE IMPROVEMENTS. OVER-RUNNING TM! '3ONBTABLE. The frtnigLtly meeting of the Gysturmoutk !seal Board, wsa held in the Board-roma, Mumbles, on Thursday evening, under the presuienoy of Mr J. H. Jones. The other menib
31 March 1888 - Herald of Wales - Swansea, Glamorgan, Wales
 
ONE MORE QUFSTION.

ONE MORE QUFSTION.

"Can I ask , you just one more quite - .•on, papa, if it Ain't inquired Bob/meth° l ad badgerinr the old gentleman all the evening. "as. ya.as." "Why is it, papa, that the more a little boy's no.s is stopped up the more be talks through Sold agein.--Second-hand Regular imachee.—
31 March 1888 - Herald of Wales - Swansea, Glamorgan, Wales
 
INeath Notes and idomments.

INeath Notes and idomments.

I Neath Notes and idomments. BT I A. deeded impetus to the movement for organising a local volunteer lire brigade was given # few days ago by the holding of the public) meeting. The gathering, which was under the presidency of the Mayor (Itr J. Rees), Af as poorly attended. From
31 March 1888 - Herald of Wales - Swansea, Glamorgan, Wales
 
DIAMOND 8M IiGULING.

DIAMOND 8M IiGULING.

Astonishing ingenuity is sometimes displayed to " run" illicit diamonds. One man named Phillips had the heels of his boots made hollow and filled up with rough diamonds, sealing them down with wax. The handles of his travelling trunk were also made to remove, empty spaces behind
31 March 1888 - Herald of Wales - Swansea, Glamorgan, Wales
 
WHY MEN /AIL.

WHY MEN /AIL.

Few men come up to their highest measure of success. Some fail through timidity or lack of nerve. They are unwilling to take the risks incident to life and fail through fear in on duties). They lack pluck. Others fail through imprudence, look of discretion, care, or sound judgme
31 March 1888 - Herald of Wales - Swansea, Glamorgan, Wales
 
March 27th, 1888. _

March 27th, 1888. _

EDITOR. Sir —Will you insert the following so that I may got some enlightenment concerning the above. I have been served with a notice not to open my shop on Sundays, although I have a refreshment business, which certainly is a seven-day license. I also wish to know whether eoff
31 March 1888 - Herald of Wales - Swansea, Glamorgan, Wales
 
'UNIVERSAL SAT 18FAOT.ON. ONCE TRIED ALW .tYB USED. UNRIVALLED PIM PT AN.. PLANOUR. TBB CELEB o 'EISTED D FOD BIYANDE

'UNIVERSAL SAT 18FAOT.ON. ONCE TRIED ALW .tYB USED. UNRIVALLED PIM PT AN.. PLANOUR. TBB CELEB o 'EISTED D FOD BIYANDE

1) A choice enlection of Ten.% (run the fl e —Richly Blended, p.n act 'w a He ilthful, Re. • freaking, and INVIGORATING BEVERAGE. -- Used by all the Prinetpal Families throughout the °country, and Is acknowledge.' the BEd and CHEAPEST TEA offered to the Public. THOSE WHO HAVE NO
31 March 1888 - Herald of Wales - Swansea, Glamorgan, Wales
 
, Eigo ow. .4. . SSG.' . .

, Eigo ow. .4. . SSG.' . .

31 March 1888 - Herald of Wales - Swansea, Glamorgan, Wales
 
THE ARMY ESTIMATES. SECOND REPORT OF THE SELECT COMMITTEE.

THE ARMY ESTIMATES. SECOND REPORT OF THE SELECT COMMITTEE.

IMPORTANT SUGGESTIONS. The emend report of the Select Committee on the Army Estimates, published on Wedn , slay ' morning, deals with five votes, the first being , that for the chaplain's department. The amount asked for this year is about £58,000, but the total met of the depar
16 June 1888 - Herald of Wales - Swansea, Glamorgan, Wales
 
REV. URIJAH THO M.A., AT ST. PAUL'

REV. URIJAH THO M.A., AT ST. PAUL'

I Urijah at fit. [BY Bra) The distinguished divine, the Rev. Thomas, M.A., of Bristol, preached Paul's Church, Swansea, on Sunday, to overflowing congregations. The fame of the reverend gentleman as a preacher as well as a platformorater Laa reached the Cengregstional churches o
16 June 1888 - Herald of Wales - Swansea, Glamorgan, Wales