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GLYNTAFF CEMETERY, TREFOREST LETTING OF GRASS. TO HAY DEALERS, BUTCHERS, AND OTHERS. /1 1 HE Glyntaff Burial Board invite Tenders

GLYNTAFF CEMETERY, TREFOREST LETTING OF GRASS. TO HAY DEALERS, BUTCHERS, AND OTHERS. /1 1 HE Glyntaff Burial Board invite Tenders

1 for the Letting of Grass at the Cemetery, for the years 182, 1893, and 1894. Fr further particulars apply to the Sexton. Tenders to be deliveted on or before Thursday the sth day of May next, to the Clerk, JAMES E. SPICKETT. Mt sonic Building‘, Pontypridd. 2141 At,ril, 1892.
30 April 1892 - Pontypridd District Herald - Pontypridd, Glamorgan, Wales
 
ANARCHISTS IN ENGLAND. PLOT.

ANARCHISTS IN ENGLAND. PLOT.

ALLEGED Although the Anarchists in London have been up to the present allowed to prosecute their propaganda in the columns of their newspapers and at meetings in Hyde-park and other public places, the authorities are fully alive to what may be described as the dangers of the sit
23 April 1892 - Pontypridd District Herald - Pontypridd, Glamorgan, Wales
 
CRICKET ON SUNDAY.

CRICKET ON SUNDAY.

The Vicar of Wilnecote, Tamworth, following Kingsley's example, recently stated at a cricketclub dinner that he could see no reason why his parishioners, if they felt so disposed, should not play cricket on Sunday. Referring to the duty of attending Divine Service in the morning
23 April 1892 - Pontypridd District Herald - Pontypridd, Glamorgan, Wales
 
A RAID ON LADIES' TRAINS.

A RAID ON LADIES' TRAINS.

A regular campaign has been opened by the Supreme Sanitary Board of Hungary against the fashion of trained dresses (telegraphs the Vienna correspondent ok the Standard). The Press of Pesth and Vienna heartily seconds this apparently hopeless endeavour to convince the women of th
23 April 1892 - Pontypridd District Herald - Pontypridd, Glamorgan, Wales
 
ASSAULTS IN THE DISTRICT. PANDY.

ASSAULTS IN THE DISTRICT. PANDY.

W. Dobson, for some reason not given at the police-court, Cymmer, on Thursday, struck his sister-in law Mary Ann, so that she fell en the pavement by the Co-operative Stores, Pandy, on Saturday night week. He also struck his brother Job, Anne's husband. For this stupid freak he
23 April 1892 - Pontypridd District Herald - Pontypridd, Glamorgan, Wales
 
SEIZURE OF AN ANARCHIST PAPER IN LONDON.

SEIZURE OF AN ANARCHIST PAPER IN LONDON.

On Tuesday af tern - 00 - n - t - he - Offices of the Commonweal, in City-road, London, were raided by Chief Inspector Littlechild, Inspector Melville, and three other detectives, whci had previously arrested Mr. C. W. Mowbray as being the publisher of this well-known Anarchist
23 April 1892 - Pontypridd District Herald - Pontypridd, Glamorgan, Wales
 
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I ‘ ( Cl T \ ' ,- , f , -• ,• , • • ..;$t , ~, J . ,•:, j :', - -, 1 - •• 6 , 1 1 SOAP VICTOR VAISSIER's M U . Stained Coat-Collars and Cuffs. Zo lt CLEANS Furniture Cevent= nes wi moving then, Tapestry, Cretonne, Wool-P.11'512,81M Boum% Tan Saddles end Hamm, and nab Fawkes. ZOKK
23 April 1892 - Pontypridd District Herald - Pontypridd, Glamorgan, Wales
 
J. COQMBES, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL BAKER AND CONFECTIONER, Arcade and: „ thirket Street, PONTY‘PRIDD.

J. COQMBES, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL BAKER AND CONFECTIONER, Arcade and: „ thirket Street, PONTY‘PRIDD.

23 April 1892 - Pontypridd District Herald - Pontypridd, Glamorgan, Wales
 
THE ORIENT' BLEN D OF Pure Ningehow China Tea.

THE ORIENT' BLEN D OF Pure Ningehow China Tea.

23 April 1892 - Pontypridd District Herald - Pontypridd, Glamorgan, Wales
 
W. E. Vaughan & Co., STEAM-POWER DYERS, FRENCH CLEANERS LLANDLFF ROAD. CARDIFF. branch Establishments :- 32, QUEEN-STREET, t cLuDif 248,

W. E. Vaughan & Co., STEAM-POWER DYERS, FRENCH CLEANERS LLANDLFF ROAD. CARDIFF. branch Establishments :- 32, QUEEN-STREET, t cLuDif 248,

BUTE-STREET, WINDSOR-ROAD, PENARTH, 62, OCiIMERCIAL-STREET, NEWPORT. 83 STREET, MERTHYR. 27, CASTLE STREET, SWANSEA. Farads Received and Forwarded Regularly to the Dye. Works by the following District Agents : Aberdare,—Mrs Esohle, Commeroial-place• Mt. Ash,—D• R. Davies, Temple
23 April 1892 - Pontypridd District Herald - Pontypridd, Glamorgan, Wales