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APPROACHING THIRD MILLION,

APPROACHING THIRD MILLION,

The National Relief Fund cm Tuesday reached snro of .£2,882,000. The subscriptions announced include Os. from the Briton Ferry Urban District Council and from the Mountain Ash Urban District Council. The Mayor Newport’s bppaal on behalf of the fund has brought in over .£7,000. T
30 September 1914 - Western Mail - Cardiff, Glamorgan, Wales
 
PROMOTIONS FOR PRIVATES

PROMOTIONS FOR PRIVATES

Two sons of the Rev. T. W. W. Truinper. vicar (»f Clifford, near Har, have been gazetted second-Lieutenants in the Hcretordshire Regiment (Territorials). Mr. J. Walwyn IJ. Tniraper is transferred from the Monmouthe. Mr. C. C. Tlioinp'on. son of the Hon. Major J. Thompson, of Tre
30 September 1914 - Western Mail - Cardiff, Glamorgan, Wales
 
A BHIDE IN COURT.

A BHIDE IN COURT.

A COURT. *■ going to b»* jnarried aflcrnoon,” said young women who was charged before Mr. Konkins Bow-strrct with being drunk the Strand. " He's soldier.” she added. Mr. Hopkins; You may married you are free. was stated that the woman gave trouble when arrested, and hud been lock
30 September 1914 - Western Mail - Cardiff, Glamorgan, Wales
 
EQUAL TO THE OCCASION.

EQUAL TO THE OCCASION.

CUSTOMER (Mr. Lloyd George): Good day. ma’am! lam afraid I have come with rather a large order. I want an army corps of forty thousand Welshmen for the front. DAME WALES: Certainly, sir. Indeed, look you, I shall have no trouble whatever in executing the order. When shall I send
30 September 1914 - Western Mail - Cardiff, Glamorgan, Wales
 
WELSH LADIES AT GERMAN SPA RETURN TO PENARTH AFTER EIGHT WEEKS. ALL THE MEN DETAINED AS PRISONERS. In the early

WELSH LADIES AT GERMAN SPA RETURN TO PENARTH AFTER EIGHT WEEKS. ALL THE MEN DETAINED AS PRISONERS. In the early

days of the war it was noted our columns that among those unable to return from Germany were Miss Herbert, principal of Hilda’s School for Girls, Penarih. and Miss Vera.Konnfeldt, a pnpil* daughter of a well-known Cardiff Hocksman. Miss Ronnfeldt was in delicate health, and her
30 September 1914 - Western Mail - Cardiff, Glamorgan, Wales
 
GRAIN, &c.

GRAIN, &c.

LONDON, uca., £>.;pu. -9. —Wheat; The nos Uuu uiiu are iu buyers lor Auo«XrUrf»o. UOIU la I - a<>a ~aaiji HCKi Ml Willie illiit. >oJAil>al, Has lAxaC f»Uau Alia vvuiie v* —x»ia Oil SeiiOi.a -\o. i. wiiiier iiispcaiiuii ana arivai, < «oo Cxi uifaUce jvunaeu-fce loatiuig. «i.v .xo
30 September 1914 - Western Mail - Cardiff, Glamorgan, Wales
 
CARDIFF

CARDIFF

Heavy dew or rain as factor in the reduction the quality ot milk was put forward in a case heard Cardiff on Tuesday in which Andrew Templeton, a milk seller, was summoned tor selling milk which was deficient in butter fat. to the extent per cent. Mr. (i. h. Forsdike, for the def
30 September 1914 - Western Mail - Cardiff, Glamorgan, Wales
 
TLTR. JOSEPH WOOD and FAMILY •L’-*- D><*Bire to Express their Appreciation the numerous messages sympathy which have been sent, and

TLTR. JOSEPH WOOD and FAMILY •L’-*- D><*Bire to Express their Appreciation the numerous messages sympathy which have been sent, and

which have afforded much comfort to them in their heavy bereavement.
30 September 1914 - Sheffield Daily Telegraph - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
PATTERNS POST FREE.

PATTERNS POST FREE.

ALL WOOL GABERDINE. Fine quality in ten of the newest Autumn tints, 46 inches wide, 2s. nid. yard. NEW CREPE CORD, All Wool, the latest colourings ; 43 inches wide, 2S. 11 yard. SILK UNDERSKIRTS. Charming colours in the New Homan Stripes. Beautifully soft. Special price, 10s. 9d
30 September 1914 - Sheffield Daily Telegraph - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
WOMAN, reliable. Disengaged: good laundress; references.—Apply 279, Eccleaall rd. CLERK. 23, desires POST; permanent or war period; good |teaman. energetic;

WOMAN, reliable. Disengaged: good laundress; references.—Apply 279, Eccleaall rd. CLERK. 23, desires POST; permanent or war period; good |teaman. energetic;

highest references. Address S 47, Sheffield Telegraph. CIUOK-GENERAL, 22, Disengaged; MUlhouses preferred.—Bennett, West st. DAUGHTER qualified Trained Nurse open for Engagement NURSE GlRL.—Address 45, Sheffield Telegraph. /'tENERAL, is. Disengaged; four years’ character.— Benne
30 September 1914 - Sheffield Daily Telegraph - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England