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'THE WORLD'S FAIR.'

WHAT THEY SAY,

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WHAT THEY SAY, [BR "OLD BOY."] That the man who gave it as his opinion, at Prof. Parry's lecture, that the land was in the influenza, .should be made a County Councillor. That artificial manure is better than lime. That the tailor who sent for the police to clear his workshop of the gang that visited him, acted wisely. That the school dispute is at an end. That the man who had his hat blown off the other day, actually jumped over the hedge to go before it. C!) 11 That Mr Yorke makes a capital chairman. That a Fishg-uardian the other day went ') Letterstoa to post a parcel, so as to save id in the postage That Fishguard has been the scene of a series of pugilistic encounters lately. That we are going to have a Cottage Hospital. That it is a pity our Reading Room doesn't receive better support. That men measuring' the streets by angles should send in their measurements to the Police-station. That there will be a large audience at Hermon Chapel on Thursday night. zD That the Easter Monday Eisteddfod promises to be a great success. That Mr Laugharne makes a good secre- tary. That subscriptions are pouring in to the Hospital fund. That I shall hear more by next week.

LLYTHYR Y CYMRO.I

Y FLWYDDYN 7893.

Y PARCH. T. G. MORTIMER, Y…

NA FYDDWCH WAG-OGONEDDGAR.

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