"BOB'S" FUNERAL 1 ￼ How 6th Welsh Were I Honoured. I I Praise For Queen s Secretary. More interesting int?-ma? inc. dents ￼ t(?-<Iay's Kud ice??ions a- pear in to-<lay?B instal- ment -of the Liite Lord .Viniaj'_ Cr:chtoll- SUiart's d:ary (edited by V<eut. R. G. M. V. Bland, lit h Welsh Eegt.,) in the P. West ern Mail." General Byng and Col. Stockford (Queen Mary' recrc-'ary > are mentioned The following are quotations: Nov. M.—\Ve hear that hoos is dead! My God, why di. Ui'r the nation take hie ,UdV??oo? If we had, W!,? a tf Serpnee.. He died v.;ru his Indian?, and was, no Ile his IiiCiiins, w?is, n?L, BOBS' FUNERAL. I Nov. 17.—Alluding to Lord Roberts' funeral, Lord Ninian says: General Wil- son, Sir Pertib S'mrh, a iew Indian;, one colour-sergffan-i, and then sjx of my men were all the peop- to go on t.he beat. The e-sGOiit of the 6th was Cof-sergt. Gorman, Private Biekham, Private Price, Private Woe;woocl, Private Thomas, and Private Gr?iiths. And ,o our great Lord Roberts wemt ever :n the ordinary ma.l-bo?t (?nwad, ?ith twj people and an escort as }i':s companions! !j«t others think a.s i they like—and perhapfl the war has put I everything oat ot perspective and pro- portion—but I am inclined to iiink the authorities at home might have done a ;;V.od bit mci'f. XilV, Bvng arrived in the morning, and he and By tlg n"iSl:ed T w a -1, 1m my having lunch w'rh I was able afterward? t have a long grouse with hiirt about the battalion and myself, 4, ni he promised to do wlutf he could for me. He gave m* -orae excellent advice abou: (he trenciifv. which will be quite useful. The chief tknt;' seems to be keep your h'?t -ar.<l when you have got it to got -?t to November 30. q.nernl IV. ng ^cnt off io the front. He said heUuv he worn that h. would speak j to Sir J. D. as him- ulvjut il-e battalion. I rather think this uieaiis we snail he moved. I had !o ;,H1fl two corporals to the r.a.C.M. (Field General Court-mortiel) this morning, which has worried me a lot, 1 arn en much afraid of their getting than !hcv deserve—the courts arc hard out here. But they had to go, as they lo-t m?n they had to take up L) the fvont. It was bad luck, seally, as if was an error of judgment, but it has to S:), I have told Dodie [Major Pr.jv, ning] Li-wis that thoy must go and give tboia y • "■■l characters. Dined wi• h Mrs. Byns, who is naturally very cut up afc the general having gone again. r>ix;embcr t. Rathr-r a good thing for the battalion wp- in <?ar?p "f the nsual funeral party, and ii-;iiql fiyioral pi-,rtv, an(i flrr-c.l in civilian <d..thes askrd to walk up with the funeral as JtT, s t !»<• rc> was no other person present. The men went through their in the ordinary way, but we hap- |x-;cd l') have "err Vst bugler on duty. THE fl'JCSN'S SECRETARY. j ) md of t'-e cc-remony the man I un <•:> S'huttlrwoad and said, "I am vr.vj pleirs-d with she wav the men hav? <arr;ed their duty, and particularly p!of>with the Last ^•Hinded. Vou Tiiight, perhaps, like to I I am Co!onel Stockiord- (Qiuvn .V«r.vV piivato secretary.) II:) then nr.k.-rl the name of t.V battalion, and surpri.u wlion lie W.TS told it was a T. !'1, one. Shnttlowoe.il o c) I'tiupil tü Culonwl Stockford's hotel in the f-ven'ng and ash for him there. He went, •'ind vili; some cigarettes from Queer Jlary for each of the men, and a bos of Turkish fur himself. Everyone was pcr- feriiy delighted. December 3. AV;! l Co l one l Stock- More about the fur». Stock- ford canift to the barracks, and tent for hhe bugler, I'oyle, of F Company, and gave hun a muf;b"r with A present from (.)uer.ji Mary on it. Of course, the boy Mas bimply del ighted. December 4. The exact namps of Skuttiewood and Bugler loyle have sent far by Col. Stockford. l don't know what is going tJ happen. I suppose a letter of thanks. I^e; »>.—I succeeded in getting my two caxjiorals off this morning—let off wi,h a severe reprimand. Parcels came this morning for r lie men. The first lot thajt have been tent off from Swansea. Tlyey cume slov/iy bir; very well done up in a bale. Dec. 7.—The fVnrth anniversary of my I getting into the Liouse of Commons. Bn' this ;jb a bit different. Dee. ?-—Another compliment to-day. Parker, who is "inspector of railheads, told Lie that the men were perfectly splendid, and did their work perfectly. I am delighted.
FOWLS UNDER COAT. I Neath Constable's Smart Capture. At Neath, on Monday, David bevan, I Old-road, Skewen, was charged with steal- ing two fowls, value 15s., from the back of the Wyndham Arms Hotel, High- street, Neath, on Saturday night, the property of Thomas Thomas, the licensee. P.C. Tom Thomas said he was on duty in Old Market-street on Saturday night, when he saw prisoner running from the direction of High-street with something bulky under his coat. He stopped and searched him, and found the two fowls (produced). Defendant told the Bench that he was full of beer at the time. and it was the koer that did it. He would not do such a thing again, and would not touch drink (■ fcgaiu. J..I""fo?n, a.nt ï;-a.i fined 1:5.
LLANELLY'S MAYOR. 1 Coifftcilior Daniel Williams to I be Re-elected. I At an iinformal meeting of the Llan- elly Town Council last night Councillor Daniel Williams, J.P., was again un- animously chosen as mayor-elect. Mr. "Williams, who has been mayor during the past twelve months, has filled the chair with distinction. He is prominently connected with most of the chief industrial concerns of the town, and is a director of several. Ho is an ex-president of the Incorporated Cham- ber of Commerce, and Chairman of the Management Committee of the Llaneilv General Hospital as well as Pare Howard Bed Cross Hospital.
CYCLE STEALING. Boy Detained for a Week. A finÐ of 40s. was imposed on a boy at Swansea on Tuesday for stealing and re- ceiving a gent's cycle, value .£3, from outside the Berthing Master's Office, King's Dock, the property of Be-n Cooper, j on October Kith. Two other charges of cycle stealing which are to be preferred against the boy were adjourned for a week. The boy was, on the wish of the father, detained for a week.
GOVERNMENT MOTORS. Forthcoming Sale at Swansea. The proposed £ ale of Government motor vehicles at the Kmg's Dock, Swansea, will be conducted by Messrs. John M. Leeder and Son, on Friday, October 24, at 11 a.m. Amongst the vehicles offered are a num- ber of 30cvrt. and 3-ton motor lorries by Daimler, Albion, A.E.C., Karrier, Dennis and others. A number of motior-care fitted with totir;n,- and limousine bodies, and motor ambulances and vans by Napier, Sunbeam, Crpwiley, Y auxhali, Daimler, Aua'in, Wolseley, Talbot, Itover Studebaker, Ford, Maxwell, etc. Several of ilhese vehicles are 81: present in running order, having been used dur- ing t ie railway &t-r'ke.
A DANGEROUS GAME. Neath Boys Cause Alarm Wtth Lighted Lamps. At the X-cath Juvenile Court on Mon- I day William Lewis (1?), Daniel Thomas (12), Jamos Mort (12), Tom Mort (14), Benjamin Davies (12), John Waring (11), Ll. Lawrence (14), John Watkins (11), and Richard Norman (12) were charged with playing a' dangerous game with naked oil lamps alight on Sunday, Octo- ber 12th last. P.C. Burns gaid the lads had converted old tins into lamps, most of which con- tained oil. Witli these lighted lamps they rushed through the streets of the Green, causing alarm and discomfort to the public. And," concluded the officer, t he more annoyance they could causc the liettcr were they pleased." All the boys except one pleaded guilty to tins and candles. The lads were each fined 5s.
A CONFIRMED M TRUANT. When a boy was ordered to an indus- trial school until 16 years of age, at Swan- 8ea on Tuesday, for non-attendance at fjchool, it was mentioned that he had only attended eight times since last April.
MANSELTON GUILD. The opening meeting of Bethel C.M. Sunday School Guild took place on Mon- day evening. Mr. William Hughes (president of the Guild) presided over a good attendance. An excellent programme was provided hy Miss Muriel James. Miss Lilian Clement, and Mr. Richard Davies (Landore), Miss Irene and Elsie Summers and Misses Johns (Cwmbwrla), Miss Ruth Grenfield (Brynhyfryd), Miss Lily Slee (St. Thomas). Miss Evelyn Roberts and Miss May Sparkes. Miss Enid Jolips and Mr. Alfred Gunter accompanied. The society meets on alternate Mondays and Thursdays at T.30 p.m.
R.A.M.C. INNOVATION. The War Office announces that arrange- ments are being made by the Royal Army Medical Corps to train men not over 21 years of age as pharmacists, dispensers. dental mechanics, X Ray, Operating Room, Mental and Laboratory attendants, mas- seurs, opticians, nursing orderlies, and hospital cooks. Accepted candidates for these specialist classes will be required t-o serve for the normal period of seven years with the Colours, and will receive the rlte." of pay haid down in the new warrant while qualifying for their duties. At the same time men over 21 years of age and not exceeding 35 who are already qualified in any of the classes of work indicated will be accepted for service and should have good prospects of a career.
WELSH AGRICULTURE. The President of the Board of Agricul- ture and Fisheries has appointed Mr. C. Bryner Jones an Assistant Secretary to the Board,, to be Welsh Secretary, and to control the business of the Board's Welsh Office at Aberystwyth. Lord Lee has de- cided to make special provision for deal- ing with the Board's work in Wales, and is attaching to the Welsh Office the necessary staff. The Welsh Office will b(t.? responsible in future for all the work con- nected with agricultural education, land settlement, and certain branches of the work of the agricultural executive com- mittees, and will also, as hitherto, conduct the busine&s of the Welsh Agricultural Council. Correspondence relating to these matters should be directed by Welsh local authorities to the Board of Agricul- ture and Fisheries, Welsh Office, Aber- ystwyth.
REGIMENT OF I PRIESTS. ￼ ￼ i '?t'?r Bolshevik Story. Renter's Agency states that accord ing to a telegram from Helaingfors, the Bolshevik organ, Kommuiiar," publishes the following:- On the Eastern front, among the Whito Guard regiments furiously attack- ing the Red Army, the Regiment of, Jesus is prominent. It consists of priests, deacons, and other ecclesiastics. I Clad in robes, stoles, and so forth, they march on with uplifted crosses ajid "ranting prayers, and this has its effectj on the soldiers of the Red Army, mostly uneducated men. These men from far-off country villages retreat before this novel army, not finding strength to resist their mystic fear. They retreat iihout daring to lift a hand, while thé priests march on, earning Ad- miral Koitchak an easy victory. The paper adds that the Communist party is sending its best forces against this r-i-niy.-ilr(-ss Association.
SOCIAL CLUB. Fontardawe Institution Opened The Social Club for the Pontardawe branch of the Discharged and Demobi- j lised Sailors and Soldiers, was opened on Saturday evening by Councillor C. G. Gilbertson, J.P., irt the presence of a good number of pcojd the building is a large one, being the ionises used until som eyears ago as a t uruiture stores by Mr. Dan Harris. Prior to the opening Mr. Gilbert&on was presented with a beautiful key, suitably inscribed, by Mr. D. W. Rees, chairman ci the local branch of the D. and D.8. and S. MR. GILBERTSON. At the meeting which followed Mr. Gil- bertson said ho wa,s glad to see so many Pontardawc vaoplc present, as they were anxious to give the club a good start off, and further to show that they had not forgotten the services rendered by the D. and D.S. and S. during the war. The Club was tangible proof that they were grateful to the men and he sincerely hoped it would be conducted in the same' upright and clean way in which the men had defended the country for them. (Hear, hear). The object of the Club was to have a cheerful and bright meeting place for the men who had spent so much time upon the battleiields, and a place where the men could have social inter- course in peace. Proceeding, Mr. Gilbertson expressed the hope that the Club would be run on proper lines. There would be many young men connected with the club, and he hoped they would as it were set the fashion. He hoped that one rule would be rigidly enforced, and that was that gambling should not be allowed under any condition whatever. Gambling would only help to bring the Club into disre- pute. WOMEN'S SECTION. Mrs. Gilbertson next declared the women's section open. She explained that the object of the section was to dis- cuss any grievances with reference to pensions and allowances. Mrs. J. R. Williams, Rev. Joel Davies (Vicar), Rev. D. G. Jones, Messrs. John lidwards, Wyndham Lewis, Ben Lloyd, and others, spoke. A splendid miscellaneous programme was gone through.
TO-DAY'S WIRES. BOLSHEVIKS WITHDRAW. Amsterdam, Tuesday.—German papers report that Sonivew, Soviet Commissioner of etrograd, has withdrawn with all the men able to bear arms. All official docu- ments and cash have been transferred to Moscow.— Exchange. YESTERDAY'S WIRES. TRAIN DERAILED. Alg?rm, Saturday (received' Monday).— While running )x'tw?n Oufj?!? &nd Oran a train became derailed. Twelve pas- sengers were killed and many injured.— Router. TURKISH IRREGULARITY. P AIUS, Monday. Despatches received in Paris say that Turkish irregulars, led by ex-othoers of the Imperial Army, are ravaging and burning all the Christian villages in the interior of Asia Minor. British troops have occupied the rail- way from Pamdernia to Akhillar. Various bodies, comprising orthodox Armenians, Roman Catholics, and Pro- testant communities, have telegraphed to M. Clemenc-eau demanding the occupa- tion by Allied troops of the principal points of the Ottoman Empire in order to protect Christians.—Exchange. THE PACIFIC. Wellington, Thursday (delayed).—Lord Jellicoe's report recommends that New Zealand's share in the naval defence of the Pacific be three light cruisers rind six submarines, and for harbour defence six destroyers and a number of trawlers. The proposed per centage of the total cost of the Pacific fleet is distributed as follows:—Great Britain, 75 per cent.; Aus- tralia, 20 per cent.; New Zealand, five per cent. Washington, Sunday (delayed).—The President had slight digestive disturbance to-day, but otherwise his condition is un- changed. FRONTIER TROUBLE. r-. ¡. 1 "'L 1 J _1 1 -.11" Simla, uctooer win (aeiayeu;. A gathering of Wonawajrirs about 300 strong attacked a reconnoitring party be- tween Manghi and Luni, on the 5th inst Casualties are reportod to be 291 killed and missing, including one British cfficer. The enemy, however, lost heavily. On the 6th inst. a column from Kaur- hridge engaged the same party, then esti- mated at tWO strong, near Manghi. At first it drove them back, but laier, ap- parentlv fell into an ambush, and only reachNl Knurhridge after heavy fighting. Our casualties are estimated at 80 killed, including two British officers and one Indian medical officer- A fresh column proceeded to Manchi on tb-P 18th met.
LLANELLY PRESENTATION. I At the district office of tlie Prudential Assurance Co., Ltd., Stepney-street, Llan- elly, on Friday evening last, a most inter- esting and enthusiastic meeting of the local' staff was held to present to Mr. W. Shepherd, district office clerk, a beautiful French marble timepiece, on tho occasion of his recent marriage. Mr. J. H. Jones (superintendent) pre- sided, and proposed that Mr. W. Davies, one of the oldest representative^, should make the DrabeuUtion. A
? SINGLETON. ?ii??jL?iUi?. Furniture From I Royal Bedroom. LOUIS XV. TABLE. I The sixth day of the Singleton Abbey sal e on Monday saw an extremely big at- tendance, and the articles for sale in- cluded the furniture, ornaments, etc., of the schoolroom, study, corridor, royal bed- room, and I to l(t I I LOUIS XV. TABLE—255 GUINEAS. inv uiai, mjl was a niagnuiceui out:—a Louis XV. onnolumounted Ring-wood writing table, with shaped leather-lined top, on cabriole legs, fitted three drawers. Ie: was secured by Messrs. Withers, Han- over-square, London, for 255 guineas. A Sheraton inlaid and carved mahogany secretarial bookcase, with trellis-glazed doors, etc., 91 guineas; Dutch marque tine bureau hooke-use, upper part enclosed by panelled doors and carved ornamenta) cornice, 55 guineas; rosewood secretaire, bra-ss inlay and drawer in frieze. 15.¡ guineas: pair of old oak bellows, with carved figure panels, 14i guineas; maho- gany circular table on tripod supports, I? guineas; light open bookcase, white marble ledge, 15 guineas. Scroll-end couch in marone morocco, 13 guineas: five mahogany frame chairs, scats in red morocco, mahogany elbow chair, red morocco, cabridlo club legs, 11 guineas; lounge chair, red morocco, 22 guineas; oak frame easy chair. spiral rails and legs. red morocco, 24 guineas Carved oak two-tier side table, 21 guineas; mahogany bookcase,1 trellis glazed doors. 2.-) guineas. ROYAL BEDROOM CARPET. I Wilton pile carpet, 18ft. by 16ft., from Royal Bedroom, and Brussei6 carpet eur round, 35 guineas. Pair crimson silk brocade curtains, 20 guineas. Old carved mahogany sqiiai-e ttool, 28 guineas, Sher- aton inarquetaire mahogany cheval mir- ror, on scroll supports, 43 guineas. Sher- aton mahogany chest, inlaid eatinwood oval medallions, embossed and chased gilt metal ring handles and escutcheons, tapered legs, 39 guineas. Walnut-frame couch, lounge chair, ebonised chair, and shaped back chair, all upholstered in floral patter4 red silk damask, realised 11. 14, 8 and 8 guineas respectively. Set of four Hepplewhite carved and painted elbow chairs, floral and scroll ornament fluted legs, red silk damask, 7'' I guineas. i 1- XVIII. CENTURY MIRROR-SO I GUINEAS. I I An XVlIIth century wail mirror in floral scroll and openwork frame, dome top, Vauxhall plate in divided panels, 50 guinas-Mr. Dudley Pratt. A William and Mary marqueterie oyster walnut oblong table, ivory and I ebony star medallions, octagonal tapered legs, 41 .,uineas.-lion. Odo Vivian. Wilton carpet, iioral pattern, black ground .bordered, It) guineas. Two pairs crimson silk damask curtains, W* guin- eas. Old oak bedstead with bedding, 31 guineas. Sheraton mahogany oval table, 24 guin- eas. Sheraton inlaid mahogany corner cupboard, and circular table, 23 guineas. BUYERS. I Among the atternoouis buyers were Messrs- uevor Evans, Down, George Wil- liams, Coonan, T. S. Johnston, and Dd. Glasbrook. Wail mirror in carved and gilt open scroll frame, 2u guineas. William and UzAry markuetaire walnut wardrobe, pan- elled doors, spiral legs, etc., 40 guineas. Dutch marqueuure dressing chest, carved ^crol suports, 42 guilneas. Brass French bedstead, 27 guineas. Axminster bor- dered carpet, 25 guineas. Mahogany bed- room suite, 100 guineas, Mr. Trevor Evans. Mahogany canopy bedstead, 26 guineas. Chippendale mahogany two-flap table, 24 guineas. Mantel mirror, gilt frame and scroll top. 18 guineas. Mantel mirror, carved and gilt scroll frame with cupids, crown, mask and shell ornament, 22 guin- eas. Sheraton inlaid mahogany folding-top circular card table, 19l guineas. French carved mahogany bedstead, 26 guineas. Brussels crimson ground carpet, 15 guin- eas, Mahogany two-flap table, and carved gilt wall minor, 21 guineas. Mahogany bow-fronted inlaid card table, Hi guin- WILLIAM AND MARY TABLE. I A William and Mary marquetaire wal- nut table, with seaweed decoration in panels, on scroll, supports and stretcher rail, acanthus leaf carved and ball-feet, 150 guineas, Messrs. Withers, London. Brussels crimson ground panel, 18 guin- eas. Inlaid mahogany hanging wardrobe, in Sheraton style, 80 guineas, Mr. Trevor Evans. Georgian mahogany cheval mirror, 22 guineas. Mahogany folding-top table, 22 guineas. Ma hog-any tray-top dressing table, inlaid swing mirror, bow-fronted, 35 guineas. Mahogany wash stand with marble tcp, 30 guineas. Mahogany can- opy bedstead, 44) guineas. French mahogany corner armoire, with serpen" tine front, panelled doors. 125 guitieue, Mr. T. Stanley Johnston. SHERATON WARDROBE. I A Sheraton inlaid mahogany wardrobe, panelled doors, etc., 82 guineas, same buyer. Rosewood folding-top card table, and mahogany circular table, 55. guineae, Mr. Dudley Pratt. Old French oak can- opy bedstead, carved, 40 guineas. Old mahogany wardrobe, panelled, de- corative carving, etc., 970, Mr. T. Evans. Louis XV. ormolu mounted parqueterie ring-wood commode, with serpentine front, coloured marble top, signed A crieevd maitre eheniste," 60 guineas. Old Italian coffer, With panelled front, carved, 40 guineas. A mechanical cylin- der pianoforte, by Hicks, Bristol, 60 guin- I' eas. Old walnut long case clock, by Den Quares, London. 4.5 guineas.
I: A DISCLAI MER.. I I Mr. Arthur Andrews, president of the ■ Chamber of Commerce, asks us to state that he is not taking £ he chair at any meetings in support of Mr. Pugsley- Gwynne's candidature for the Council.
I THE DRAMA. I i We draw attention elsewhere to the dramatic performance given last night ait the Albert Hall by the Ponitardula>s Trinity Couipan. Welsh Drama week has already been justified, both by the successful opening performance and bi the size and appreciation of the audience. This evening three short plays will be staged by the Llanelly Capel Ala Com- pany, viz., Y Pwyllgor," Ble Ma. Fa (written in the Gwentian di'alect, tha/t of the Mid and East Glamorgan Valleys), and Noson o Furrug," which means a night of hoarfrost. To-morrow (W dnesday), Aeres Maes- vfelin will be (resented by our friends from Gwaun-cao-<-»urwen This play takes us back to the day, of Fiicar Pritcliard in the early part of th9 17t'' century. and the plct deals with the court6?i-D of S:u?uel. Cho vii?u'?6 son.
FINANCIAL NEWS. -0- FOREIGN EXCHANGES. Among the foreign exchanges JNew York remained steady, closing at 4,16dol. The franc was less firm at 361. 10c., and Brussels weakened in sympathy. German marks close dat 116—117;. Kates on Switzerland at 23f. 47c., Holland at lOfI. 99c,. and Italy at 42.1r. 43c. showed movements in our favour. SILVER. On a continuance of Chinese buying, coupled with small supplies in the market, the price of silver yesterday was quoted ict. higher for cash at 64d. and gd. higher at 63id. for forward delivery. The Shanghai tael Nva quoted higher at 6e. 5d. DIAMONDS BOOMING. All that is left of the fstrength of Kattirs I "i-e-mdto have concentrated in the diamond section. In this connection the following extract from the monthly tralle report of the National Bank of South Africa is in- t-eresting: "The demand continues in excess of the supply, and prices for river stones continue high. The overseas export for July was 3Zï.9Z7caratg, valued at £1,3&>02. Rough and uncut diamonds registered at Jagersfontein during July amounted to 11,134 carats, valued at £ 47,319." The rise of Xi in Premiers was explained later by the publica-tion of the final dividend on the Deterred 2s. 6d. shares at 600 pe rcent., mak- ing 850 per cent. for the year, a.s against 400 last year. The shares now stand at £ 12 10s., making the net yield about 11 13s. per Otint, COMING COLONIAL LOAN. Preparations were being made yesterday fo: the issue of £ 3,000,000 New South Wales 5h per cent Debentures (1924-34) at the price of ? per cent., ana convertible into stock, 11ltkst is payable June 1st and Dec. let., .-i,nd on June 1st not a fuU payment of in- terest will be made. which, allowing for the dates of instalments, means a bonus of 10s. per cent. A SELFBilDGE ISSUE. in a (lay or two arrangements will ue completed for the issue of £ 500,000 further Preference capital by Selfridge and Gom- piiny, Ltd., and the offer to the public should come at the end of the .week. The iasuo is in the form of 6 per oent. Preference shares Uncome^tax free up to 6s. in the £ ), and this represents nearly per cent. gross, so that tiiere will be a scramble for the shares. SW ANSEA HARBOUR TIN PLATE TRAFFIC. Week Correspond^ Ending Last Week Last, Oct. 17. Week. Year. Boxes. Boxes. Received from Works 76,063 24,306 30,623 Shipped 104,8J8 7 9.8% 47,001 Stocks in Dock and Vans 161,310 160,080 134,733 Expected to Load Tinplates. etc.: 8jS. Consul Bratt—Gothenburg. S.te. Tittori ii,.aru-japaii. S.&. Juan iLaragail—Spanish pojta. S.S. Glen Head—Havre. S.S. Tula—Copenhagen. 6.S. Sagatind—Portuguese ports. S.S. Piiilotis-N antes. S.S. Floris-Rouen.
BIRTHS. JONES-.—To Mr. and Mrs. Isaac T. Jor«jS at Uyngnordy Farm, Morriston. a son. Octo Iter iutu. 1919. 117.1.10,2.) MARRIAGES. I" -IILWPI,COLE.-At Clyne Church, by the Rev. Daroid Williams (Vicar of Oyster- mouth,. William Bees Phillips aid Minnie Cole, daughter of John and tne late Annie Oole. of Af an eel ton. 117A10-23 IN MEMORIAM. BEVAN— In loving memory of Jonathan William Bevaji, Drake Bait., K.N.D., who was killed in France, Oct. 21st, 1916.—Al- ways remembered by his Mother. Brothers and Sister. 117A10-23 DYEit.—in loving remembrance of our tie- voted son, Thomas James Dyer, 46, Com- pass-street iLanselton. killed in action, Oct. 22nd, 1916.8adly missed by his Mother, Father, Sister and Brother. 117A10-23
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I TO-DAY'S- RACING. I NEWBURY. 1 A-TWO YEAR OLD ELUNG PLATE of 1. 2') sovs. One mile jir Fr?'s ?tl? ???Ly U-ll Templeman 1 'I Ar Dixon'<4 DUS?Y BH1DE, S-0 ..Balding 2 Mr Mills' LUCRPLK?Y HL 9-0 Benham ? a I o ran Tycoon (EE-sint). Another Saint .Fox:. Strange Likeness (Bobbins), Look Ahead (Davies), Discovery g (Foley i. I Liinehonse Lights (Roach OIF 1.5. Trainer Gwilt. Bettinrr: 5 to 4 on M "6s Evelyn. 6 to 1 Lmichonse Lights. 8 to ] Look Ahead and Dusky Bride 10 to 1 others. Three lengths; I live. ￼ OA"LETCOMBE SELLING NUR?r?Y 1.1.30 HANDICAP of 250 6oys. Five fur. loiirrs. Mr Williams' ALMERIA BAY F 8-2 Hulmel Mr Eose'? ITALIAN LASS 7-11.Robl)iiie 2 Mf Bowel's CLARtLAW 0. 7-3 Smyth i Also ran. Mexican Eagle (Whalley). Gob- iia (Donoffhue), Startovil (W. Balding) Buck tA balding). Tapsiert (A. Smyth), Tal ooroiito (FJauagan), Mrst Leaf vCrioknie-reh Off 133. Tr-,ipcr Cundell, Betting. 2 to 1 Mexican Eagle, S w 1 Al- meria Bay and Clajilaw. 8 to 1 Italian Lass 13 to 1 Buck and Tan pent 23 to 1 othere, Two lencthfi; three-parts. 9 10-UCTOBER NURSERY HANDIC-V" of 660 sovs. Seviwi furlongs. Mr F Hardy's FANCY MAN 8-1 V Smyth i I Capt. Hanbury's DUNKIRK 7-5.Hulme I Capt. Wilton's GILDED SPURS, 7-3 Lord Garnett X Afco ran- Woodrow (Templeman) Ulster Queen (Slade).- .Shy Princess (Donoerhue) Maid of tho Mountains fShatwell), Welsh Woman (W Balding. Syrie (Plant), Be Sure (Robbing). St Grisalda f (A. Smyth), Prin. cess Stephanie (A. Balding). Snowhill iFlauaaT! i Acrostic (Crickmore) Off 2.1S. Trainer: llogg. Petting Evens Fancy Man 11 to 2 Ulste" Queen, 8 to 1 Woodrow 100 to 8 Gilded Spurs ?wi Maid of the Mountains, 100 to I others. Tw lengths: head. A £ -BECKHAMPTON THREE Y?\R 2 .41:0 OH) HANDICAP of &so eo?. One mile and a quarter. Mr Shepherd's KING'S IDLER 8-9 Templeman 1 Mr Brennan's HANWAY. 8-1.Foley I Mr Nugent's WARWAYS. 7-11 Foi 3 Also ran Laurentian (Slade) PaUenc (Carslakei. Charles Cherry (Piper) Joli Coeur uVorgaii), Equinox (Bobbins), Lama, of Tibet (Rhodes), The Shinx (Child".) Silver Doctor (P East), Marcopolis (V. Smyth) Kill' s Own (Hulme), Kass and Tatters (A* Balding), Lady Sibell (W Baldine), Counw t(c,-q Burtchley (Whalley) Viaduct (ShatwelJ) Off 2.50 Trainer: p. Hartigan. Betting 5 to 1 Countess Burghlev 11 to 2 Hanwav. 6 to 1 Lady SibeB. 7 to 1 Warwaye 8 to 1 Equinox, 10 to 1 Pallen.- and Cliarles Cueny. 103 to S King's IDLER. 100 to 8 Lau- rmtiau The Sphinx, and Silver Doctor 20 to 1 othert. Two lengths; head. 3 1 WELTER HANDICAP I Ù of ? 80VS. About two miles oM furlong. Mr W de Pledge's SHERIFF'S OFFIOEtR, 4. V Smyt,h t Mr H Rhod?'e EAST CTIESMRE,?7? ￼ 4 7-6 Ld Glanely's TROWBRJDGE. 3 ￼ A lso ran: Blueground (HulnuO ^S Also ran: Blucground (Hulmt), C-ellar Glen iDonoghue), Laugh foxj, Punta Gorda (ilauagan), Bezique (Crickmere)' Off at 3.18. Trainer; J. RjM)??. I NEWCASTLE. A1 .diltvnJ i"-trAZLERIcW ELLING PLATE o< J1 L *Tc<J W) Soya. Sm iunonsn Mr iJCiir!!61? SLUUBOlY L 2 1 Lord Lons<.iale's WARCOP 2 7,9.Taylor 2 Mr Ford's MOANING MINN IE, 4 9-4 Brow.u 3 Aieo ran: Ramshope (Riley). Wee Phyllis (Thornydon;, Poignard f (P Jones) Oif 1.49. Trainer: J. Rcu wick. Bettil1 Evens Siuwbowe, 9 to 2 Rama- hope. 6 to 1 ALoaiin Annme. 7 to 1 Warcoo 10 to 1 others Four lengths, similar. ? 1 K-HELDON HANDICAP of 100 ?t- ?-U Five furlonge. 0apt. Egei ton's MOUaNT LEBANON, 5 8-13 diley 1 Mr Davidson's THE PRESIDENT 3*?? 1 Wheatley Mr Glancv'? HOLYSTONE 5 7-4 Rin^tead I Also ran. D'made (Betton) Killadoou (P Jof&3) Tension (F. loacli). Attention (Caider), bljeõo:; Maud (Weston) Vaulter (Thwa-iles? Tixivatore (Cnsp;, ?a?tern Val ley (Fheatley), ?outricu.1 (Shannon) Dor (Thwa,ite.si. ?tHy ?yn (McGuigan) S?- Si'anr,e (rlaylor). 0i-oi.selie8 (Caton) ) 0 ft 3.19 Trainer: Armstrong Betting: 6 to 2 The President. 7 to 2 Vaulter, 7 to 1 Mount I<ebanon and Mitifl Maud, 8 to 1 T-enbion and Dcrnoch 10 to 1 Lcly-stoi.c 100 to 6 others. Length and a. calf; similar 2 ￼ NURSERY HANDICAP Z.?O of 100 sovs. One mile Mr Cavan's COLINOGUE 7-6. Tavlfir 1 Mr Straker s HALFPENNY HOUSE, 7.5 P 2. Mr G. Smith's GLASS BALL 8,1 Westou Also ran Nellie Allenby (Thwaitesi Truthful (Ringstead), Quiddler (Leaeh). I Santur (Colling). Off 2.47 Tra.iner: Armstrong:, Betting 5 to 2 Santur. 3 to 1 Glass Ball < to 1 Nelli-i AUenby 5 to 1 Colinogue, 7 to 1 Halfpenny House, 100 to 8 others. Two lengths; eimilar. O 1 r-NEWCACTLE AUTUMN HANM. O.XO 1 of 200 e<>3. One mile and one furlong Mr Tully'e LINONYX, 5 7-4 Ringstead 1 Mr Bell-Irving's RADIANCY. 4 8.-5 P Jonas 2 M: Harvie's OLD GOLD .4 8-6 .ColHng' S Also ran CorneY Grain ( Crisp) Star- over (Leach 1, Steady Bill (Riley). Catterkk (V/oston). Bock Driii (Thompson)' I Off 3.17. Trainer: MOall.
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