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viwiticsi; 'praline.

viwiticsi; 'praline.

May 16, 1927 - Western Mail - Cardiff, Glamorgan, Wales
 
tiPACIOUS

tiPACIOUS

FREEHOLD MALTINGS, WREXHAM. SALE OR LET.
May 16, 1927 - Western Mail - Cardiff, Glamorgan, Wales
 
EXCELLENT CONDITION.

EXCELLENT CONDITION.

Full Particulars apply-- SCOTT & CLARK, Architects, Wednesbury. u 133 2. IMMEDIATE — DISPOSAL. Unexpired Lease of Five Years to run of SHOP with DWELLING ACCOMMODATION. 35, VICTORIA-STREET, MERTHYR TYDFIL. LOW RENTAL. Thee Premises are sltuatcd in the Centre of the Shopping Area
May 16, 1927 - Western Mail - Cardiff, Glamorgan, Wales
 
MOTOR CARS, MuTOR-CYCLES. BICYCLES

MOTOR CARS, MuTOR-CYCLES. BICYCLES

MOTOR-CAMS. A FEW EILIALAIXS. 6INGERTemEr, new 1110. pErtioT DE 12 &meter ... 1130 pLa.. IS 5/64eater; taxed CS-seater; re-misted and re upholstered OVERLAND 144. p. &wester! English /911. RUDOheal 4-99-13 .p. Comb ; dyne; spars w All Fully Guaranteed . Deferred Terms from Depos
May 16, 1927 - Western Mail - Cardiff, Glamorgan, Wales
 
ROAD TRANSPORT.

ROAD TRANSPORT.

AFord Ton Lorry on sale: solid tyres: removable sides: mag. attarbed: perfect working order: trial allowed; L33.—Jones. IL Alexandra•road. Pill. Newport. 6511317 eiIIEVROLET Lida Van. splendid enne• lion. bargain Mt—St. Nonthermerroad. Catlin'''. Cardiff. 710b16 FOB Bale. Tons C
May 16, 1927 - Western Mail - Cardiff, Glamorgan, Wales
 
COLWALL PARK MEETING.

COLWALL PARK MEETING.

TO-DAY'S PROGRAMME. 2..o—The LEDBURY SELLING HANDICAP /WHOLE RACK of ICO sore; winner to be ra!d for SO cove. Two mile*. et lb MORE PRIDE (Major H-Pryer) ..Poole a 12 7 BURNT HEATHER Mr 1 Daniel H Harrison 6 12 6 RUM AND COFFEE (Yr 3 Warner( Anthony 5 12 2 POOR TOW IMr W Robinso
May 16, 1927 - Western Mail - Cardiff, Glamorgan, Wales
 
CAPTAINCY.

CAPTAINCY.

The Swansea Rugby p4:l ers on Saturday elected Dai Parker to captain the team in 1927-28 Glyn Grinishaw was re-electt.4 captain of the second fifteen.
May 16, 1927 - Western Mail - Cardiff, Glamorgan, Wales
 
SIX MORE CENTURIES.

SIX MORE CENTURIES.

THREE-FIGURE INNINGS BY TWO SURREY BATSMEN. There were six centuries in first-class cricket on Saturday, and the total for the present season is 49 Two Sarrey batsmen—Sandham (148) and Shepherd (134)—played three-figure innings on Saturday. The other centurions were Payton, of N
May 16, 1927 - Western Mail - Cardiff, Glamorgan, Wales
 
HENDY V. SWANSEA 11.

HENDY V. SWANSEA 11.

At Ilendy. Scores:— Itendy: Tommy Jones, c M. Jones, b it. 11. Andrews, 11; Silas Jones, b C. J. Lloyd, 4; Johnny Davies, c C. J. Lloyd, b T. Wilkins. 25; /Jai Davies, c P. Orchard,,b T. Wilkins. 25; Dal Thomas, C. M. Jones, b T. Wilkins, 6; Phil Croft, c Y. Thomas. b G. H. Grey
May 16, 1927 - Western Mail - Cardiff, Glamorgan, Wales
 
J. DO/ did sot bat.

J. DO/ did sot bat.

N. FAGAN'S CENTURION P. R. EVANS UNBEATEN AFTER SCORING 100. St. Fagan's batted first in their home match with Pontypool, and Spary and Snell shared the attack. St. Fagan's lost their first three wickets for 25 runs, but with I'. It. Evans and G. need together matters were impro
May 16, 1927 - Western Mail - Cardiff, Glamorgan, Wales