Skip to main content
Hide Articles List

30 articles on this Page

****** *** £ *#**♦;$*** &…

Advertising

LLANDOVERY. -

BURIED UNDIR FILL OF IART.

I ALARM AT A PANTOMIME.I

[No title]

Advertising

SAID SHE HAD BEEN MARRIED…

SWANSEA RAILWAYMIN.II'

1\ , HOW MID-DEV©H WAS WON,I

_■I CRUSHED UNDIlt A FALL.

"MOST FIERY OF LIQUORS.".

PROGIISS OF TAIIFF ltEFOIIf.

-------DICK JONES FINED. lu

Advertising

MID-DEVON RIOTS,

__'t POST TALBOT RAILWAYMEN.I

- THAT OLD WINTIR COUGH.

LLANELLY ROYAL CHOIR AT SWANSEA.

- SWANSEA-STRSST IMPROVE-!…

INFANTILIS MOITALITY.

----._--1 AT THE BACK OF THE…

; IONE OF PURSER'S WATCHIS.…

GARNGOCH VICTIM S FUNERAL.…

Advertising

' 1 1 11 1 ■ uijtm H.I ■ m'…

HE SPOKI WELSfl*

SWANSEA BURGLARY. --

News
Cite
Share

SWANSEA BURGLARY. SHOPS ENTERED AT QUAY-PARADE. During Saturday night a burglary was perpetrated at Quay-parade, Swansea. Mr. Jack Spring (Maesrs. Spring and Sons, fruiterers), went to the premises ou Sunday a.nd found entry had been effected by an open trap-door at the roof. The visitors had but little reward, as all money had been removed on Saturday night. The thieves prized open a slot instrument owned by the National Telephone Co., and about one shilling in coppers was extracted. Thev next visited a oonfe-ctionery shop next door, and took away £2 worth of mixed chocolates, caehous and other sweets, and did a lot of wanton damage by upsetting things in general, a.nd throwing water all over the shop. --I.

CAKSURWEN GRIEVANCE. -

--VOYLAftT COLLIZR'S DIATS…