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September, 1903

  • 5 September

    The Castle Walk

    Treherbert. “The Castle Walk” on Monday created considerable excitement, for it was known that several of our best walkers, as well as some well-known outsiders, would compete. Amongst these were W. Lewis, commonly known as “Northman”; J. Evans, J. Marsh, and Osborne, all of whom were winners of first prizes …

July, 1903

  • 18 July

    The Basin Walk

    Treherbert. “The Basin Walk” proved a huge success in spite of the fact that there were only six competitors. Large numbers had gathered in Station Street to witness the start, whilst many others had placed themselves in various positions upon the mountain sides up which the competitors had to climb. …

February, 1882

  • 18 February

    Kicked to Death by Horse

    TREHERBERT. INQUEST – On Monday, Mr Thomas Williams held an inquest at the Railway Bar, touching the death of John Price, who died on Friday last from the effects of a kick he received from a horse in the stables underground at Dunraven Colliery, on the 7th inst. A verdict …