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Cuddio Rhestr Erthyglau

14 erthygl ar y dudalen hon

 ESNrML&S?V.

I -THE -BRITISH ARMY.

ISWANSEA SCHEMES.I

"SWANSEA MENP" I.,

I" WHIJE ELEPHANT." I ,I

PLOUGHMAN'S 'DERBY.'

Rhestrau Manwl, Canlyniadau a Chanllawiau
Dyfynnu
Rhannu

PLOUGHMAN'S 'DERBY.' WEST GOWER MATCH: I RECORD ENTRIES. The fourth annual West Gowoer ploughing mafljoh took place on land placed -at the dis- posal of the wminitt-eie by Mr. W. G. Davies. Scurlagie Castle Farm. The judges were: Ploughing Mr. D. Evans, Tjjgswyn, Po-u-.iirdukiA; J. Rees, Ooimhwrdd, IAhaIn- >geni;eoh and Mr. J. If. Jaxnes Oefngolau Farm Gowerton. Horses: Mr. G. H. Bev, n (Messrs. Corker and Bo van), and Mr. John White, Blaok Horse Hurd, Pontandailais. There was a record number of entries de- jJt the inclement weather. The following were the prize winners;- Channpiocn d.a.1: 1, T. Da vies, Pbenoiiy- menin, Lianelly; 2 and 3, divided between D. Beynoti, Lnngoaks, and D. Harry, Killi- biou; 4, W. Hopkins, Cefngorwydd 5, D. Thomas, Walxerstone; 6, S. Gordon, Weob- ley Castle. First class 1, Mansel Davies, Rhean- fa.wr ygi, W. Davies, Greeiilane. Second class: 1, W. Harry, Ch'?)?-&n; 2, J. Beynon, W?bhm.?or; 3, .Herme D?-ics, .Hardun?- down, 4, ? Beynon, ??g?un Farm 5, W. Dn.vi?. New "?enllys; 6, .1. C,.ent Bank 7, A. Tucker, Old RenUy&; 8, T. P. B3?iik; 7, A. Tua-er, Old Renjiys; 8, E. p' Bova ci?ss: 1, H. Acs, RcynoMeton; 2, E..R?N's Burry 3, A. HowcU. Over?on. Special prize tor best ploughman in boys' claes 1, H. Acp, Reynoldston; 2, E. Rogers, BuTrv. Bek finish W. Harry, Overton. Beat back in Glees 2: W. Harry, Overton. Specit4 for toe most valuable paia. of horses on the field 1, Messrs. Clement Bros. Scurlo&c; 2nd best, Mr. Mansel Sevan, Overton. Special to the driver of the neatest and cleanest, turnout: 1, W. Barry, Overton 2, C H. Fisher, Pilton Green. Best brood mare: 1. Clement Bros., Scur- ls're; 2, Beynon Bros., Pitton Farm, Rhos- sily. AFTER THE (XWlftsriTION. I. I- I Alter tine competition a ninner was neld at the KiUJor ArthlIT Hotel, Reynoldston, provided by Mrs. MieIl, to which a gtoodly number eat down. Aftrr fittl justice had been done to the good things provided, Mr. A. Anthony, Pen- rice Castle, was voted to the chair, and af- ter a good musical programme had been aone through, a<n en jovabte erven ing was wrought to a close t srnganig of the Natooujid ..1

" LAND OF MY FATHERS.

.--i CENTURY AND A HALF OLD…

SENCHENYOD COLLIERY DISASTER

I SWANSEA MERCHANTS. ? CHANTS.I

—— 1. BLOW TO THE BILLj !

LLANELLY LAND DEAL

I" COMPELLEID TO SELL."

MR. JOHNNY JAMES.