NEW ISSUE. Special permission of the Stock Ex- change to deal in the shares issued will be applied for. PARTICULARS OF Consolidated Welsh Mines, Limited (Incorporated under the Companies Acts Acts 1908-1917). Authorised Share Capital, 930030005 Divided into 300,000 Ordinary Shares of Ll each. ISSUE OF 150,000 Ordinary Shares of £1 each at par. Payable:- !t. 6d. on Application, 25. 6d. on Ai otment, 5s. Od. on 30th November, 1919,. 5s. Cd. on 28tn February, 1920, 5s. Od. on 3Cth April, 1929. DIRECTORS. Sir LEWES T. LOVEDEN PRYSE, Bart., Gogerddan, Cardiganshire. ALFivED E. CAREY. Esq., M.Inst., CLE., F.G.S., F.C.S., 36. Victoria Street, London, S. W. E. C. MONSON, Esq., F.R.I.B.A., F.S.I., Finsbury Pavement House, London, E.G. lie-at.-Col. J. H. LANG SIMS, O.B.E., Victoria Park, Heme Bay. SECRETARY AND REGISTERED OFFICES. KORMAN COOKE, Esq., Old Post Office Chambers, Aberystwyth. This Company was formed for the purpose of acquiring certain leases, min- ing rights or setts of the very rich Lead end Copper Mines on the Gogerddan Estate," situate in Cardiganshire, North "Rales. Of these the best known are:— Esgair flir, Great Daren, Esgair t'iraith. East Daren, jBiaen Ceulan, West Daren, Jx>veden, South Daren, Keuaddlloyd, Gwaithyrafon, Pooipronpren TJcha, Cerrigwyn, Yaughan or Copper Level, Llettyevanhem, Broiifloyd. Pencefyn, It is proposed to instal an Electrical plant at a cost of 2100,POO, for the pur- pose of dealing with the Lead, Copper, end Zinc deposits which exist in very large quantities. Samples of Lead Con- centrates have been submitted to the -ii-ell-known refiners, Messrs. Loos and Sanders, of Birmingham, who report a yield of Sozs. of Silver per ton, and 83.3 per cent. of Lead. This is abnormally rich. Mr. W. T. Lambert, Assayer to the Mond Nickel Co., Ltd., assayed samples of Concentrates of Galena and Blonde, and found from the Galena a yield of: 8 ozs. Silver to the ton. 83.39 per cent. Lead. .16.. „ Iron. 18.11, Sulphur. 3.30. Silica. 99.96 (The Blende yielded: 58.46 per cant. Zinc. 3.11. Lead. .40. Copper. .30 „ M Arsenic. 2.70. Iron. 32.11 „ ». Sulphur. 2.81 „ „ Silica. I 99.89 It is proposed to commence operations en three of the mines, n&mely: Copper Level, Bronnoyd and Loveden. Estimat- ing that thesc three mines yield only 300 tons of Lead Concentrated per month, ( substantial profits should accrue to the ¡ Shareholders, particularly as the present I high prices for Lead and Copper will probably be maintained for a long time. The mines acquired by this Company I have already yielded many millions to their owners working under Adit. With I the installation of an Electrical plant operations can be carried on on a vastly I' larger scale than in the past. There is sufficient Lead, Copper and Zinc on the dumps alone to pay substantial dividends. The outbreak of War awakened public attention to the unrivalled metalliferous deposits of the great central Silurian basin of the Principality. The success of some of the mines in this district has been on a colossal scale. The shares of Welsh Lead Mining Companies bid fair to become a most desirable holding both from the view of oapital, appreciation, and dividend payments. FORM OF APPLICATION. Consolidated Welsh Mines, Limited Issue of 150,000 Ordinary Shares of St each at par. The Directors of the CONSOLIDATED WELSH MINES, LTD., 56. Kingsway, London, W.C.2. Gentlemen, We remit you herewith the turn of z being a deposit of 2s. 6d. per share on Application ior Oruiuary Shares of ki each of your Company. I/we request you to allot to me/ue that number of tthMree, and I/we hereby agree to accept the same or any smaller number that may be allotted to meiu-s and to pay 2r6. 6d. per shire on allotment thereof, and to pay tne oalane 0" 15a. per biiare due f ronx me! as by. instalments or calls as specified in the Mald statement, and I/we authorise you to place my/our name(s) on the Register of ine members of the Company as the holder(s) of the said shares allotted to me/us, and 1/we hereby declare that this application is not made by or for the benent of an enemy subject within the meaning of the Trading with the Enemy Amendment Aot,1916, or with whom trad- ing is forbidden undet any proclamation relating to trade with the enemy. Yours faithfully, Usual signature Surname — Christian Name or Namee Address _h. profession or Occupation (A Lady should state whether she is a Spinster, Wife or Widow.) I Date This form to be sent entire with e. Deposit 01 Zs. 6d. per shaje on the num- bcr of obarbe applied for tc the Consoli- W.C. 2 Ulneit. Ltd., 56. Kingsway, London, W,O.2. Cheques should be made pavable, to I W.I-# ?in?LM.. and crowed "? B€?t??& If altere? from order to Bearer, the alteration should be tisned by t?e Drawer. j ,trl wkri mledgment will be forwarded in line oourf
| FINANCIAL NEWS. CONSOLIDATED WELSH MINES, LD. II The Consolidated Welsh Minos, Ltd., inyite applications for 150,000 Ordinary j biiarcs oi ii each issued at par. The ￼ company, which has an authorised eapi- tal of ?3(M,(!?, has been formed to ac- quire certain leases, mining rights or fc-ftte of the very rich lead and copper mines on the Gogerddan Estates, Cardi- ganshire. Of these the best known are: Esgair Hir, Esgair Ffraith, Blaen Ceu- lan, Loveden, Neuaddllovd, Pempronpren Uella, Vaughan or Llettyevanhen, Pon- ceiyn, G¡- Daren. East Daren, West Daren, South Daren, Gwaithyrafon, Cerrigwyn, Copper Level, Brouoyd. Messrs. Merricks, Crane and Co. advise that the copper level, Bronfloyd and Loveden mines on Sir Lewes Loveden Pryse's estate, will yield good results, and it is not proposed at present to expend' capital on machinery or p?nt to work any of the other properties, but while the ￼ exploitation of these three mines is being proceeded with, the remainder of the mines will be thoroughly prospected and gradually brought into exploitation in I tuck a way as to ensure the most advan- I tageous working of the mines as « whole. The mines aro all situated within easy distance from railway stations and the port of Aberystwyth, so that the concen- trates can be sent to the smelters either by rail or sea. All the roads to the mines are in goad condition, and there is an ample supply of labour Interest at the rate of 10 per cent. per annum is guaranteed for two years. Esti- mating that the three mines named above yield only 300 tons of lead concentrate? per month, their preliminary working should yield substantial profits to the shareholders. The present high prices for lead and copper (about C24 and 4!91: respectively) will probably bemaintainoo for a long time to come. Out of the present issue of £ 300,00' (when fully subscribed), a sum of £ 130,000 will be reserved for working cap!' tal. The directors are: Sir Lewes T. Love- den Pryee, Bart., Gogerddan, Cardigan- shire; Alfred E. Carey, Esq., M.Inst.C.-E.. F.G.S., F.C.S., 36, Victoria-street, Lon- don,S.W.; E. C. Monson, Esq.,F.R.I.B.A., F.S.I., Finsbury Pavement House, Lon- don, B.C.; Lieut.-Col. J. H. Lang Sims, O.B.E., Victoria Park, Heme Bay. FOREIGN EXCHANGES. I Excited movements took place in a few of the leading exchanges. The Paris dHqne was as high as 37.80 at one time, hut it finished rather lower than this. Italy was nearly two lire higher, business j being done at 17.15, but here also there was oonie reaction at the last, when 46.70 was quoted. The Swiss rate fell rather I heavily to 23.00, and Spain wa? flat. To the banking troubles in Sweden was added ¡ aaother factor contributing to tIw collapse in the value of German marks, wjuch jumped to 13? on continued heavy offer- :c?3, Holland being a very persistent seller. In the eastern group Shanghai I advanced to 6s. 7d., and Honk Kong to 4s. Cd. New York steady at !.16»-1-17. SILVER DOWN-A L-d. I Silver reacted slightly, the cash price declining id. to 66ijd. per ounce, and the forward quotation id. to 64d„ tho weak- ness of the forward metal being respon- sible for the reaction in epot silver. Prac- tically all the gold in the open market has now been disposed of. THE WELSH NAVIGATION STEAM I COAL COMPANY, LIMITED. The Welsh Steam Coal Navigation Co has decided to pay a dividend at the rate of n per cent. per annum on the £ 1 Cum- ulative Preference Shares (10s. paid) in respect of the half-year ended 30th Sep- tember, 1919, and warants will be posted on the 22nd instant to shareholders re- gistered on the 6th instant in the com- pany's books. SWANSEA HARBOUR TINPLATE I TRAFFIC. Week Ending Last Week Vlt Oct. it. Week. Year. Boxes Boxes. Boiea. Received from Wor.M. 79.428 84,135 21,156 Shipped 37,310 68.497 24,365 Stocks in Dock. and Vati3 209,067 166.949 148,898 Expected to Load Pomcrcl, Havre; Nicholas, French ports ;i Fairhotul, Havre; Port Inglis, Danube; Agapeu'or China, (,i:o Silarue, South I America: Colderon. Lisbon.
I Choral, £ 12: Children's I (Ihief ￼ Children'g ChQir, £4: I Sclos ?1 1A.: at Calfar'a E?teddfod, Mor- riston, ?n Saturday na't.
SAILINGS. CUrARD LINE. TO UNITED STATES, SOUTHAMPTON AND CHERBOURG TO NJEW YORK. Mauritania .Tues. N. it ♦Eoyal George I. Thum. Nov. 30 iiauretania Sat. Dec. 6 Via Haitian LIVERPOOL TO NEW YORK. 8Ctrdu.na. Tues. Nov. 18 Nov. 29 •Via Halifax LIVERPOOL TO BOSTON. lkala (Freight only).Sat. Nov. IS LIVEEPOOL TO PHILADELPHIA. Verbania (Freight only) Sat. N<jv. 29 LONDON TO NEW YORK. •Saxonta Sailing date later Glenaanda (Freight only) Sat Nov. P Port Darwin (Freight only) Mon. Nov. 10 l ort Chalmers (Freight only).. Mon. Nov. 17 t8Caronia .Sat. Nov. 32 t Vii, Ilavre. Via Halifax. Inkula (Freight only).Sat. Nov. 22 LONDON TO PHILADELPHIA Vennonia. (Freight only) Sat. Now. 89 BRISTOL TO NEW YORK Veetalia (Freight only) Tues. Dec 9 BRISTOL TO BALTIMORE Doonholin (Freight onlv) Wed. Nov. 12 BRISTOL TO PHILADELPHIA. Copenhagen (Freight only) Tues. Deo. i. ROTTERDAM TO NEW YORK Anglo-Chilean (Freight only) Rat Nov. 15 Ar.glo-Chilen n RP TO NE',v YOIZK, ANTWERP TO NEW YORK Sahara (Freight only).Sat Nov. IS CUNARD LINE TO CANADA. SOUTHAMPTON TO HALIFAX. Royal George .Thurs. Nor. SO LIVERPOOL TO HALIFAX. Orduna Tuee. Nov. 18 Carmaiiia Sat. Nov. 29 LONDON TO HALIFAX. Sfcxonja .Sailing date later *Caronim iiat. Nor 2t • Via Havre. LONDON TO PORTLAND Me. WillaMoi (Freight only).Sat.. NeT. <4 Verentia (Freight ovilv) Sit. Nov 22 Vclumtii-i (Freight only) Toss. Nov. 25 TnnTOL TO PORTLAND Me. Virgilia (Freight, only).)-Wed. NeiT.M All Canadian sailings connect with Cana- dian National Railways. For Rates of Passage and Further Par- ticulars. apply Canard Line Liverpool;$1, BishoTi?gate London. E.C 2- 9-31, CocK sT'ur-^t.reet. London. S.W I- 65, Baldwin- street. Bristol: 18it Tfirli-etreet. Cardffif: '17. New street. Birrnin'.rhani; Maritime Cham- hct'n Canute-i-oad Southaroptop 1 MiUhay. road, Plymouth: or to LoW &c*ota»
KICK IN TEMPLE. I — Carmarthen Contractor I Killed by a Horse. At the inquest held by Mr. Thomas Wal- ters, the borough coroner, on Mr. William Bartlett (47). contractor. Priory-etreet, Car- marthen, on Wednesday, Basil, an eight- year-old son, said his father took a horse out to graao in a. field at the rear of the house, and as soon as the animal was libe- rated his father, who was standing near a fence, received a kick in the head from the horse and fell to the ground. Dr. 0. P. Parry taid deceased had a ruptured blood vessel as a result of the blow. The cause of death, which occurred i four hours later, was cerebral haemorrhage. The Coroner said what probably happened was that the horse, coming from a stable, felt the joy of being in an open field, and reared before he cantered round the fiold. A verdict of accidental death was re- turned, and sympathy waa expressed with I the relatives.
Don't forget the Calfaria Eisteddfod at ? Jfeath-ioad Schools, Morrieton on &tuxday next. Reoor; Entries. I
LUXURIOUS STEAMER. I After having been employed since 1915 as a.n armed merchant cruiser, the luxurious E.M.S.P. Liner Ande3 has now resumed ner normal peaceful vocation &6 a unit in the R.M.S.P. Co.'s passenger and mail service to South America. The Andes, which is the tirst of the "A" O!r,,ss steamers to be de- mobbed," left Southampton on the 4 th instant with a full oomplement of passen- gers.
CAMBRIAN ASSOCIATION. I L To the Editor. I Sit'That ancient society, the Cam- brian Archspological Association, will hold its annual meetings at Swansea next I year, when a week will be spent in visit- ing places of historical and archaeological interest in the neighbourhood. A pre- liminary meeting of members of the association in the locality to make ar- rangements for the annual meetings will be held at the Royal Institution on Fri- day next at 5 p.m. It is hoped that many persons who take an interest in archaeolo- gical and antiquarian studies will render help to make the Swansea meetings a notable success. The association has now a record num- ber of members in Glamorgan and in Swansea. Anyone who wishes to become a member can obtain particulars from Col. W. LI. Morgan, Brynbriallu, Swan- sea; Cept. Henry Lev/is, Pentyrch, Cardiff; Dr. G. Arbour Stephens, Walter- road; or from me (as hon. secretary -if the association for Glamorgan). "Archaeo- logia Cambrensus," the quarterly journal of the association, ie issued to members only, and non-members are allowed co I join the annual excursions only at special charges.—Youra, etc., l L.J.HOMfM. J ? 2. Gwydir-gardeo?. Bwanaw. f J
I IN THE DISTRICTS. I j 8KEWEN. While lollov/mg h;s cmpJoymcnt at No. 7, Main C?iln?-y, Mr. Alfred Slone, Dynevor-road, Skewen, well known as a l)?y reader in the parish, received severe I Í1Jjuri in an accident, his coHar bone I1)eing fractured. I TOWaiA. A very successful concert was DeJd at St. Ance38 Hall in connection with St. Antie's Church, when an ecxellent pro- gramme was given by several well-known artists. Mr. Evan Taylor, Dulais Faeh, proved an admirable chairman. The vicar, Rev. T. Meredith Williams, B.A., moved a vote of thanks. The proceeds were in aid of the repairs to St. Anne's Hall. PEMBREY. Richard Jones, Ashburnham-road, Pem. biey, was summoned at Llanelly on Wednesday for having a match in his possession at: the National Shell Filling factory. P.C. Geo. Evans gave evidence, and defendant said he put a few matches if his pocket in order to have a smoke on the way back and forgot all about them. He had been in the factory for five months, but was not very conversant with the rules. A fine of £1 was imposed E. S. Chappeil, Swansea, he* 1,009 Over- i,oah read to wear it* stock Ten per cent (;ile()l1U.. a!!owf! to Discharged Soldiers and ■viuora. s<? Windows. BtHCHGROVE. I A children s competitive meeting was held at Saron Vestry on Tuesday even- ing. Mr. John Jones, Gwynfryn, Lonhis, presided. The adjudicator of music was :fiss Linda Morgan, and recitations, etc., E, ilir Mai." The following secured prizes for singing and reciting: D. Richd. Itees, Bessie Atkinson, Eunice Davies, Eluned Hughes, Llinos Jones, Peggy Davies, Nesta Iiees, Joseph Morris, Win- nie Morris, Loie Morris, Jane Grey, and Enid Morgan. E S. Chappeil, Swansea ha-j 1,000 o Ter. t ozxts reads to wear in stock Ten per Mot discount allowed to Discharged Soldiers and oaaora. See Windows, SKETTY. I On Wednesday, Liout. Win. Arthur SIingsby, Glamorgan Yeomanry, only son of Mr. George Slingsby, the well-known wicket-keeper, and Mrs Slingsby, Griffiths- terrace, Sketty, was married to Miss Edith Blanche Thompson, daughter of tne late Mr. Edward Thompson, and of Mis. Ihompson, at Rpingham, Norfolk,, by license. Lieut. Slingsby was called up in August, 1914, and after a term in camp oil the East Coast was dispatched to the Eat, where he has seen service in Egypt and Palestine. He is now home on 28 days' furlough. LLANDILO. Llnndilo Lrban District Council, at their monthly mpeHng, Mr. H. W. Jones priding, appointed a Profiteering Com- mittee. consisting of all the members of the Council, one Labour representative, in the person of Mr. George W. Jenkiils, and two lady representatives, viz., Mrs. James, Frondeg, and Miss May Hughes, Red House. A communication was re- ceived from the Building Sitko Commis- sion approving of a site for 24 housQ in Victoria Field. Other matters of minor importance engaged the Council's atten- tion. E ?' ?'?'PPen. Swansea, has I.MO Over- rc.o?a.tts read:' to wear in stock. Ten per Mnt dicoun-:j a!!o?J to Dihared Se!dieM .?nd S??ors o Windows. BK;TO»VFERKY. itM i renchman as 1: saw him" was the subject of a lecture given at the Eng- Tish Congregational Young People's Society. Britonferrv, on Friday night, by the Rev. James Evans, B.A./ late chap- lain of H.M. Forces. The lecture was very instructive, and much enjoyed by the crowded audience, over which Mr. Myrddin Morris presided. The Rey. R. Dunnico. a popular visitor to Bri uOnferry, preached in the afternoon and leeturod in the evening at the Jeru- salem Baptist Church on Tuesday. ",I- LLAIVIELLY. "'1.. -'1 I' iiie nefltll of onp of T.lap £ M.r's oldest inhahitants in eie person of Mr. Alfred 13, Hall-f^roet, is announced. IV- who was 81 vears of age, was xiisrluy rejected. -T. M.A. (Llanelly), is condliefng the Shah of Persia on his tour to Manchester and Edinburgh. By this time Mr. Davies has com" in contact t?h!t.? h the ?adin? potentates and statesmen of the wwM. npt. Crow was granted permission at Llanelly Police Court on Wedne^ay to nppoipt thirteen special con,stables at the Peiubi-ey factory, where the staff is now down to Of; per cent. Three of IA a nelly's new J.P.'s took their gents on the Bench at the local Police Court on Wednesday for the first time on Wednesday. There were 85 caffs down for hearing at the Police Court to-day, but the majority were of a trivial nature MUMBLES. I On Wednesday afternoon the funeral took place of the late Mr. Edmund Sykes Schofield, of 13, Victoria-avenue, the place of jntorment being the Oystermonth Cemetery. Deceased, who wa3 73 years of age, was a well-known Christadelphian. and the service at the house and grave- side was conducted by Mr. T. A. P«lmer. of Swansea. 'Hiere was a ITood muster of Christadelphians. *nd the firm with which the doconi?ed was connected was represented by Mr. Bendall. The annual missionary sennres were held on Sunday at Mumbles Wesley an Churc-h The morning preacher was thA Rev. W. L. CL'Ðlmn. B. Sr., B.D.; even- ?n?. Rev. E. Jo!Ii?. The annual meeting, was hold in Victoria Hall on WerLnesdav. under tho presidency of Mr. G. W. Davio. Reports were rea-l by Mr. Davio, Miss Hall, and Mr. Potter (general secretary). Mr. Potter specially referred to the 10.<;<; on oxchange with China and India, entail- ing a loss to the mission society of over £50.000 annually; also to the splendid work of Mis" Ivy Ridd, who in eleven vears has collected for the juvenile mis- sionary society nearly ?70. An inspiring addr&as was given by Mrs. Wilson, Cen- tral ?rica edil Mission. The Rev. David C. Griffiths (n'st0r) :?.'o FT'?? Don't fOTg't th" Ca?faris), Ei?teddfo? at j .N,Pa.th.ro-,t,t fkshool«. Morriston on Saturday i next. Retorli Entries. AMMANFORD. Complaint of stone-throwing, and of consequent frequent destruction of pub- lic street lamps was made to the Amman- ford Council by Mr. A. Preston, manager of the Electric Supply Works. He was advised to refer the matter io the police. The captain of the Fire Brigade (P.S. W. J. Britten) reported to the Amman-I ford Council on; the recent outbreak of fire at 11, Isc^nnen-road, which was quickly got under, loss bcin? estimated at .550. Two nrempn. in addition to him- self, wore ii-, attendance, and t-tio Coun- cil agreed that the usual fee of 15s. each M paid. > Following the refusal of the Council tû approve of plans for the erection of County Court offices in Brynmawr-lane, until plan of road was submitted, it was, reported at the last meeting of the Coun-1 cil that building operations had com- menced in defiance of the Council. On | the pian rejected no acoess was shown from the road. It was pointed out th¡,t Brvnmawr-lan* was destined to become an important connecting link with the! building land beyond, and. on the motion of Mr..1. Harries, it was passed to ask Major J. W. Bishop (agent to Lord Dynevor). and Mr. Hy. Herbert (arcli>. tect) to meet the Health Committee in reference to the dispute. A general district rate of 3s. 5d. in the and a water rate of Id. in the £ have been levied by the Council for the cur- rent half-year. The district rate shows a jump of 10d., which is accounted for by heavy expenditure on stone crushing for roads, metalling, erection of public con- veniences, and construction of culvert in Iseennen-road, the cost of which will again be refunded. KILLAY. A competitive concert in connection with the Band of Hone was held at the Congregational Chapel. The ilev. Dd. j Morgan presided. The resuibs were as follow:—Solo for girls under 14: Mabel Lake and Claudia Jenkins (divided). Solo for boys: 1, Mansel Fisher; 2, j Percy Elliott. Recitation for children under 14: Maudie Jeffreys and Olive Littlejbhn (divided). Solo for girls over 14: Jennie Thomas and Maudie Jeffreys (divided). Best proverb: 1, Mabel Lake; 2, Eileen Reeves; 3, Ivor Mathews. Opon solo (male): 1, David Davies. Recitation, over 14: 1, Lily Porter; 2, Eileen Reeves; 3, Olive Davies and L. Porter. Answering ques- tions: 1, Mansel Fisher. Mr. Brinley Evans was the accompanist. POMTARDULAtS. At Hope Congregational Chapel, on Thursday evening, the Rev. D. Teewyn Evans, B.A., Birkenhead, delivered his lecture, Ann Griffitlik," to a large and appreciative audience. Dr. W. C. Gri- ffiths presided, and supporting inni in the "big seat" were represeiiltttivcrs of all denominations, induding thE: Vicar of Pontardulais. In the course of an elo- quent and highly edifying address, the lecturer appealed for a uniform Hymnal for use by all sections of the Christian S Church. They had oae Bible. Votes of I thanks were moved by Mr. Thomas | Davies, Birch Grove, and the Revs. Gri- > ffith Jones, Capel Newydd, and D. Lloyd Morgan, D.D. At the close Ann Griffitile well-known hymn, Wdc'n Sefyll Rhwng y Myrtwydd was fervently sung by a large audience. Triniti F;*teddfod Saturday. November I 8tl1. La, 'Busses running to Llanelly. LOUGH OR. I The funeral of the late Mr. William Williams, of Pcngry-road. took place on Monday last, at Moriah Chapel. De- ceased was 28 years of age, and met his death by a fall of oSal at the Mountain Colliery, Gorseinon. lIe was very highly respected, and there was a large gather- ing of his fellow-workers and friends to j pay their last tribute. Four cousins acted as bearers, namely, Messrs. W. M. Williams, D. S. Williams, E. G. Davies and W. Davies. The management of the colliery was represented by Mr. N. G. Davies and Mr. D. Jones (under man- agers), Mr. G. R. Williams (overman), ?iessrs. D. G. Williams. D. H. Davies, W. James, J. Bumoll (firemen). Chief mourners: Mrs. Williams (Nridow), Mr. and Mrs. C. Williams (father and mother), Mr. and Mrs. W. Evans (father and mother-in-law), Misses Martha and Ceridwen Williams (sisters), Mr. and Mrs. J. Jones (sister and brother-in-law), Mr. and Mrs. D. Williams (brother and aister-in-law), Mr. and Mrs. D. Hughes, Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Evans, Mr. William Thomas and Miss Liznie Evans, Mr. D. J. Evans and Miss Harriet Evans, Messrs. George and Freddie Evans, Mr. and Mrs. William Davies, Miss Esther J. Davies and Mr. Gwvnfor Davies (cousins, aunts, I and uncles). The Revs. Talfan Davies and Watkins officiated at the house and chapel-
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A HAFOD HOUSE SOLD. I Mr. Richard 31. (I. Roche sold. on the promises on Wednesday, the dwelling-house, No. 14, Morgan-street, Hafod, Swansea, with a loose of 99 years from 1884, and ground rent of L-3 Ss., for £ 605 to Mr. Loge.
■r^^ire.11"1 gil ■ ■ i i s3 ts=~? I r;)::L::ooll j DELICIOUS j i MAZAWATTEE | ::1 TEA ￼ if t ?' j j Cu ? obtained of f! Crr'! Fb ?p==?===.<===.?r?????!====.? B ￼ U L sin. m "L T Messrs. TURNER & Co. MELBOURNE GARAGE, St. Helen's Road, SWANSEA, and Greyfriars Road, Cardiff. Representatives of the above Firm will be in attendance at the Wolseley Stand, No. 84, where all Car enthusiasts will be welcomed, and introduced to the Stands and products of the following, for which they are Agents:— Wolseley, Daimler, Minerva, (Stand 84) (Stand 75) (Stand 51) Crossley, Cadillac, (Stand 92) (Stand 96) I Andre Citroen & Angus-Sanderson Cars. (Stand 8) (Stand 67)
RACING PROGRAMME i Liverpool. I The outstanding featuro of the pro- gramme to-morrow at Liverpool i. the Liverpool Autumn Oup. w herein several of I the Cambridgeshire failurea can renew their battle for supremacy. A fine race should I retiult. D.6 tho winner will take some íind I iuz ABBExSTEAD nuiU?JL? HAU? 01 JL*JLO 500 SOV6. One end-a-Uali muea. Double Oiory (Sir A. Bailey) Kartig.au 10 7 Wilson ,Sir A. liliiieyl It. lJIay 10 7 pomar (ilr. J!' liibuy) WiUiingMm 10 7 iieoon^truction (Ur. Bottomley) iiare 10 7 Toluol (jir. J. Lreil-,ali) I)e Mestre 10 7 Lydie Wliite (Mrs. brownlee) Ô¡C\ler 10 7 Procurator ,Sir G. Dullough) Hastinga 10 7 Pampeau (jir. T. Butler) W&iKh 10 7 Livorno (Mr. O. Ca-ritoii) pope 10 7 SesostrÏ5 (Mr. O. Cariton) Pojje 10 7 i'lyuig BUQa: (ilr. R. Oarvalno) "lalei 10 7 Lady Llama ,Mr. T. Golletly) Pope. 10 7 Uinan (Mr. J. Greenwood) Godircyl 10 7 Charley's L'neMCol Gressonjllortisran 10 7 Dart Up (Mr. C. Hayes).. X»a-w 10 7 Gavrelle (Mr. M. lnman) G-cofrey 10 7 Arch Villain (llr. MoAlpine) ilyams 10 7 Priority (Mr. T. MeAlpine) Hyams 10 7 jtlagiology (ifr. E. Mealing). IS evvey 10 7 William Alleriby (Mt. E. ae Mestre) De Mestre 10 7 CaaUe-in-S'pain (Mr. E. de Meat re) De Alestre 10 7 Potentate (Mr. J. li. Potter).Wootton 10 7 St. George (3ir. Sangster) Godfrey 10 7 £ ay Pay (Mr. O. Toole) Goswell 10 7 Chin Chin oLady Torrington) Faulkner .0 7 A r— PALAHINE SHLLJN? PLATB <? SM i.t0 BOVS. Six furlongs. Le Verguier (Ld D'Abernon).Lajn?n ?chest?r (Mr. W. Dixon).?MS b ?1CC Qu&itz (C&pt. Gunston) leatty a ^xj Orblike ?Mr. Fred Hardy) ^Kogg M R?se Lad (Mr. W. Jarvis) W. 'a.rv)? ^100 dis Eighn?a Mr. Pickering) Fic',ierLug 8 .0 ?eitenebt? (Mr. G. Bobmson) R. Day 8 10 Hock Ferry (Mr. R?id Walker). R<?ers 8 10 XerryUDs c (.Mr. F. Willey).?<.u & 10 ?d?r (Mr. Beckett). Sherwiod C 7 Happily (Mr. L. Braceeyl »•. "ay *■ 7 SibyWno (Mrs. Brownlee) efiev.er < Primvere (Mr. Sol Jo,ei?. ￼ 8 7 Sehapaw'ba (Mr. H. Keys) Bea^y o I7 Grele I (Mr. C. Wa<li?.?rr? 8 7 Z.l1 O K-DOWTSTE NWBEY HANDICAP of 1 O 200 &ovs. New mddle Straight, ,t?ive furlongs. j Tete-a-TOUs (Ld Furnem) Perme 9 j Orni (Mr K Tilstock) tBa«ley 9 0 Jt Siievenainon (Mr.. O. Tooi«).6oeweil 8 11 j Princess ilaigaret (Ld Derby) Lamoton 8 10 Tarvie (Mr. 0. B. Ismay) .Mobbs 8 9 Happy Girl (Mr. l'am).Morris 8 9 King liarry (Mr. C. Burin) Ptr&,Fe88 Rock Ferry CMr. R. Walker).Kopers 8 7 Dutch Flight (Ld. Wilton) H. Leader 8 5 Willblend (Ld Glanely) bailing 8 5 Loro (Mr. W. Dixon) Lines C t Jasper (Mr. J. iL.trvit-,) A. Sadler 8 A Galante f (Ld Penrhyn) ..H. Sadler 8 of Cutty Bark (L-d Glanely) ..Baker 8 Z Pick Your Way (Mr. J. BeUElon) Jarvis 8 ? Palacidia (Mr. F. Potter) Barling82 Saintly Sinner (Sir G. Noble) Dewauret 8 2 Game (ilr. 801 o 1 Motor Veil f (Ld Eilesmcre) J. Dawson 8 1 Latour (Ld Anglesey). Leach 8 0 Double Up (Mr. A, Walker) Hartigun 7 12 Woodsyke (Ld Sefton).R. Day 7 12 Cold Steel (Sir R. Jardine) T. Waugh 7 10 Septonville (Mr. W. Cavan) Arm-trong 7 10 Santaquest (Mr. 0. Hay) Pickering 7 9 Heine de Neige (Mr. S. Beert Lcach 7 9 Lineage (Sir R. Jardine) T. Waugh 7 9 M-sic Ware (Sir A. Bailey) E.Day 7 9 Master McGrath (Mr. O. Toole) Goswell 7 9 .Discussion (llr. R. Walker) Rogers7 9 Daniella (Mrs. A. Jaaues) Lambton 7 8 Eiderdown (Wr. W. Selby) Griggs 7 8 Primevere (Mr. Sol Joel) Loates 7 8 Txwtie (Mr. D. Gillmore) .Whipp 7 A Richelieu (Mr. B. Steele) Parlies 7 4 Badminton (Ca,pt. S. Darling) Do-rling 7 4 Service Kit (Oapt. Hare).P. Harti-an 7 I Discreet (Maj H. Peel) Fse4tt73 Oantara (Mai W. Weyland) Hunt 7 2 The Sherk (Oa.pt. Bewicke) Ireland 6 11 Tom Xeilson (Mr. 0. Frauldin) Cowap 6 4 O A—L.1 VERPOOT. AUTXTMTI CUP (TftLTi- 7 dicap) cf 1.500 sve: secnd receives 70 scw. and third 30 sovs. One mile and three furlongs Mv Dear (Mr A. R. Cox) Taylor 4 9 5 Zinovia (M- Miclialinos) F. Hunt 4 9 3 I Grand Fleet (Lord Ulaneiy) Barling 5 9 1 SVltwell -Lord Glanely) Barling 4 8 12 Uub Gift (Lady Torrington) Faulkner6 8 5 Kin Joh'i (Oapt G. Loder).. Gilpin 4 8 4 PI. n^t (Mr G. Barclay) Tabor 5 8 3 H?ins SDear (Mr Singer).Ta?or ? 8 2 Ch'ettc ?C'?pt G. Davyi ^Beotty -13 <2 Dominion (Lord Glanely)—Barling 3 8 2 F<; al Bucks (L?dy QtKnel'rY) Sievier 6 7 13 ¡ Sir Berkeley (Mr J. White).. Cottrill 4 7 7 [African Star (Mr T. Marlins-Lines 3 7 4; I lliothesar I-ay (Lord Derby) N Lambton 3 7 2 ^Scuars Measure (Mr R Walker' nlogoi-t4 70; Roteacre (Lord Derby) Lambton 4 7 0 Idlec (Mr J. Sticgherd) F. Haitisan 3 7 0 AVl«nara (Sir A. Bailey) H. Day 3 6 13 Gbvciale (Lord Derby; Lauabtok 2 6 11 Mopledurham (Lord Koeebery) F. Hartigan 3 6 11 Tornatina (Mr Cazalet) .fay-or 3 6 11 My Land (Mr Keswick) Burns 4 6 10 biva,nite (Kir E .Hultonj.Wootton 4 6 7 John JacKett (Mr Smith) McCormaok 6 b 6 Tlermogene (Mr J. McLean) J. McGuigan 4 6 S Poilu (Mr M. Blair) Whitaker 4 6 0 ? »)A—CEOXTETH PLATE (HMdioac) of i/ti- U 300 BOVS. Six iurlcBg<t. Kocksavage (Lord Wilton). 9 H. Leader 4 9 4 Verdun (Mr O. Bayner) East 6 S 3 W'oorali (Sir U Noble) Dewhurst 4 8 16 Vanitie (Mr 0. CariLoni .Lole a 8 11 Sea; ijong (Lord Glanely) Barling 3 8 9 Tlis Plough (Mr O. Burn,Whitakei' 4 H 7 Forest Uuard (Lord Osmaston) Burns 6 8 7 Pleb'n (Mr H. C-OwsW Lea-ch 5 8 7 Golden Quiver- (Mr Perfsse) Pei-%e 4 8 7 Saintm Cru-. (Lord Derby.Lambton r 8 5 Gipsy Lad (Sir A. Railevi It. Day 3 8 4 Ors-in (Mr A. Beudir) Hartijran 3 8 3 Danegelt (Lord Derby) Lanibton 3 8 -5 '1 win oat (Mr W Dixon). lance 5 8 t Flowerbed (Sir R. Jardine. Waugu 3 8 1 Cyplier (Sir E. Hu)ton) Hartigan 3 8 0 Powerful (Lord Glanely), Barling 3 7 13 Love Note (Mr H. C-Qweti) Lea^n 3 7 9 VragolA fAr A. Barton).C. Ma.rSh 5 f 9 Control (Lady Queensborry).Sievi^ 3 7 9 Buzz Off (Mi J McLean).McGuigan 4 7 7 Divide (51r W. Cooke) J Jarvis 3 7 ti Snue (Mr E Eayner) East 3 7 6 White Frost (Mr Denuisi Beatty 4 7 5 Ktrrv Laes (Mr R. Walker).Rogers 3 7 5 Eastern "Idley (Mr J. Bairdi Bazley 3 7 i Miss Uichard (Mr Smith) McCormack 4 7 4 E'say tMr A. Walker) Hartigan 3 7 4 Mrs Jawloyford (Lord Derby> Lambton 4 7 2 Q KA — WESTMORLAND AP PR ENTICE 3. OP?'A of 1C oovs. ileW & Roesini (Mr R. Walker) Rogers 4 7 7 Chelsho (Mr G. 8anday).Annstix>ng a 7 7 King Carnival (Mr llovkina) Peacock 4 7 7 Bridgend (Mr W. Griggs) Griggs 4 7 4 Lucky (Mr R. Tilly) C. Leader 4 7 4 Roeoacra (Lord Derhv) T.,o m bttai 4 7 4 Church History (Lord Wilton; H Leader 3 1 Pye Green (Mr L. Booneys.. Rooney 4 7 0 Revolution (Sir R. Jardine) Waush 3 7 0 Monazitc (Mr- G. E^rtonJ-.C. Leader 4 7 0 Oberto (M- A E. Cox) Taylor 3 7 t Tatiana (Mr Sol Joel).Loates 3 6 11 ?t?meni (Mr E. MooreL B, Day 3 6 11 Shining More (Mr H. eleh) .I. Aneon 3 61.1 .Tncksdalo (Sir J. Robin =»rv>i) I'Aneon 3 6 11 ?wcet L?t (Mr C. CanelD. Capell 3 6 7 'Ma<?re (Onpt. 8. DarIinf?).D?r))np 3?7 9ar.doli (Mr E. Fielden) O Bell 3 7 Ne:l-Gir' iW F. Bcrnwu) Hvams 3 b 4 Torture (Mr J. de Rothschild) Pratt 3 6 4