Who optional
What else? optional

Your search returned 579,790 articles

[No title]

[No title]

Blindfold 1 Loving Cap 2 Hip Dovni — 3
21 September 1896 - South Wales Echo - Cardiff, Glamorgan, Wales
 
Advertising

Advertising

I NEWHAVEN BANK ROBBERY. The Injured Manager Arrested. On OB DU rosy atcernoon, after a consultation between Major Lang, the chief constable, the police medical officer. and faur superintendents, Mr Kennard, the manager of Messrs Barclay and Company's bank at Newhaven, was arrest
21 September 1896 - South Wales Echo - Cardiff, Glamorgan, Wales
 
-THE DYNAMITE PLOT.

-THE DYNAMITE PLOT.

YANKEE YARNS, I Another Way to Get Rid of It. A jocular minister was on one occasion marry- iug a couple at his house. After the nuptial ceremony had been performed the rev. gentleman smilingly remarked to the bridegroom, Ba, ho I my man, I've tied a knot for you WI' my tongue th
21 September 1896 - South Wales Echo - Cardiff, Glamorgan, Wales
 
II FATAL COLLIERY ACCIDENT INi rHE RHONDDA.

II FATAL COLLIERY ACCIDENT INi rHE RHONDDA.

GUN ACCIDENT IN THE RHONDDA. Boy Shot at a Shotting Gallery, On Saturday evening a little boy residing with his parents at Ynyshir was acci- dentally »hot right through the arm by Mr Price, manager of the Porth Town Hall, and the owner of a shooting gallery in the town. It is sta
21 September 1896 - South Wales Echo - Cardiff, Glamorgan, Wales
 
I AUSTRALIAN CRICKETERS. I

I AUSTRALIAN CRICKETERS. I

j Next Season's Visit to England. SELECTION OF THE TEAM. I MELBOURNE, Wednesday.—The following have been definitely selected as members of the team to visit England next surnnier:w-, Jones, J. Darling, and C Hill, South Australia; H, Trunble, J. vVorra.l, and C McLeod, Victoria;
29 December 1898 - South Wales Echo - Cardiff, Glamorgan, Wales
 
-".._._-_.n-.__.---I THE " SIGN OF THE CROSS ni IN A BLIZZARD.I

-".._._-_.n-.__.---I THE " SIGN OF THE CROSS ni IN A BLIZZARD.I

THE SIGN OF THE CROSS n IN A BLIZZARD. Snowed Up Neat, Providence. While touring in America Mr William Greet'a Sign of tho Crosa cor.tpa.ny was snowe l up during the late blizzard. Leaving Philadelphia at 10 o'clock ifl the morning, the company should have reachcdProvidonce at 9
29 December 1898 - South Wales Echo - Cardiff, Glamorgan, Wales
 
SEAMEN AND FIREMEN'S! , AGITATION.

SEAMEN AND FIREMEN'S! , AGITATION.

SEAMEN AND FIREMEN'S AGITATION. Another Outbreak at Barry Dock. The agitation amongst seamen and firemen in the Bristol Channel porta, which has recently quietened down considerably, broke out afresh at Barry Dock on Wednesday evening, and con- tinues this morning. It appears tha
29 December 1898 - South Wales Echo - Cardiff, Glamorgan, Wales
 
"-.-.--HOME SOLD FOR ELEVENPENCE.

"-.-.--HOME SOLD FOR ELEVENPENCE.

HOME SOLD FOR ELEVENPENCE. Patrick Sweeney, a labourer, of Great College- street, Camden Town, was charged on remand at Highgate on Wednesday with stealing some furniture, of the value of 12s, the property of Henry Cording. The history of the case really darted from the period wh
29 December 1898 - South Wales Echo - Cardiff, Glamorgan, Wales
 
ALLEGED SMASHERS ARRESTED

ALLEGED SMASHERS ARRESTED

For a considerable time past btl.F.e coin ha.s been circulating in Birmingham, chiefly in florins. On Tuesday two men, named Thomas Sinnett (3b) and Cato ISndleman (32), were arrested on suspicion, the last named, who is over six feet in height, making a desperate attempt to esc
29 December 1898 - South Wales Echo - Cardiff, Glamorgan, Wales
 
Advertising

Advertising

In all diseases consult the eminent sJtecialist Dr Bridgwater, M.D., U.S.A.. Cuptom H° £ se-jjtreet. MATON, JEWELLER, Queen-street, Cardiff for New Year Presents. 700-8373 s IS 6D TEA is a. Triuøtph of the Tea Blending Art. It is distinctly superior to the so-called y finest teas
29 December 1898 - South Wales Echo - Cardiff, Glamorgan, Wales