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Mrs. Bassden (et Bolton)

Mrs. Bassden (et Bolton)

Bassden (et Bolton) writes: ley .111 at am/ very Mel Feed Sat elms. I end M. Seller el Si.) Moseleys Food is made in a Minute with Belling Milk. Sold by all Good Wait. for "Mother's Ilelp." hemists printed valuable bookie{ fee all have Sd., of . bobs. postcard to C. 4, and Tins.
13 March 1920 - Merthyr Express - Merthyr Tydfil, Glamorgan, Wales
 
MEDICAL MENESIM

MEDICAL MENESIM

Makers Legs. Bands Eyes. Steclless gasylit Trusses; Allen Pears*. 23. Oardill flours 10-1 Malt Saturday 10-1 Tall YESIDUT. -Dave expert regarding your eyesight by Dr. B. Davis. Opt. D.. Eyesoirlst Ppeeinitst. on Mondays. Thursdays. and Saturday-.-28. Osk street. IfaCkay'ii Her:
13 March 1920 - Merthyr Express - Merthyr Tydfil, Glamorgan, Wales
 
BE ON YOUR GUARD THE WINTER WILL SOON BE UPON US. AND WITH IT THE USUAL RUN OP Influenza, Coughs,

BE ON YOUR GUARD THE WINTER WILL SOON BE UPON US. AND WITH IT THE USUAL RUN OP Influenza, Coughs,

Colds, Bronchitis, etc. NATURE OFTEN GIVES US A WARNING. DO NOT NEGLECT IT. If anything Wm WEARINESS. IGESTION LANGUOR, experi DlliCtlNATlON enced FOR WORN. ON IND , TAKE Gwilym Evans' Quinine Bitters Melon Inflame= Epidemic THIS GREAT EEEEE Y PROVED Itself ts a Veritable T H IS
13 March 1920 - Merthyr Express - Merthyr Tydfil, Glamorgan, Wales
 
10 TRADZISMEN TENDERS FOR SUPPLIES

10 TRADZISMEN TENDERS FOR SUPPLIES

THE Executive Board require Tenders fat the following Supplies up to the 31s1 December, 1936: PROVISIONS. TEA (Samples to be sent). FISH. BREAD. AERATED WATERS. MEAT.-' The hxecutive Board do not bind thews selves to accept the lowest or any tender. Tenders to be addressed to th
21 December 1935 - Merthyr Express - Merthyr Tydfil, Glamorgan, Wales
 
Saturday THE EXPRESS

Saturday THE EXPRESS

21 December 1935 - Merthyr Express - Merthyr Tydfil, Glamorgan, Wales
 
DUPLICITY

DUPLICITY

OF Short Story Val Stevens The season was over. Celebrities. society in general. Persons of notoriety wealthy partisans Of Fleet-street and Threadneedle-street. were not to be seen in their usual haunts. The hotels and cafes. the night clubs and theatres, usually patronised by t
21 December 1935 - Merthyr Express - Merthyr Tydfil, Glamorgan, Wales
 
ABERFAN & MERTHYR VALE

ABERFAN & MERTHYR VALE

Our representative Is Mr Isaac Evans. Idacktntosh-street. Aberfan. to whom Items of news for trusertion should be sent. Advertisement& and printing orders will also be accepted. SISTERHOOD CONCERT—The Cymric Orlara Choir (conductor. Mr. John Devonald) entertained the Sisterhood
21 December 1935 - Merthyr Express - Merthyr Tydfil, Glamorgan, Wales
 
POLICE ASSAULTED AT MOUNTAIN

POLICE ASSAULTED AT MOUNTAIN

ASH. THURSDAY.—Before Mr. AT. Fermis& (presiding), Messrs. D. Rogers, A. M. iOnes, and J. Price. Griffith W. Evans, King-street, Mountain Ash; Alfred Phillips, Thomas-street, Mountain Ash, and Albert John Weeks, Woodfield-terrace, Penrhiwceiber, were charged with loitering with
21 December 1935 - Merthyr Express - Merthyr Tydfil, Glamorgan, Wales
 
RELEASED FROM CUSTOMS

RELEASED FROM CUSTOMS

- TO - BERNSTEIN'S - £2,000
21 December 1935 - Merthyr Express - Merthyr Tydfil, Glamorgan, Wales
 
A CHANCE THAT FAMED.

A CHANCE THAT FAMED.

Raymond W. BoWter (36). a Pontßanfraith vawnan was fined 1 for using a motor-car without a road tuna licence. and for driving without a policy of insurance.—Defendant told P.C. Mitchell that it was the first time he had used the vehicle since the licence had run cut. Hp drove th
21 December 1935 - Merthyr Express - Merthyr Tydfil, Glamorgan, Wales