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TOBACCONIST'S STOCK

TOBACCONIST'S STOCK

Sale commencing 2.45 n.m. TERMS—CASH. Auctioneers' Offices: 93. St. Mary-street, Cardiff. k 10136
July 16, 1935 - Western Mail - Cardiff, Glamorgan, Wales
 
DEATHS

DEATHS

PRING.—On July 12th, at Cyncoed, Varteg, Mon.. Francis E. Pring. aged 58 years, beloved husband of Fanny Pring. For MI years Electrical Engineer at Messrs. Viponds Collieries. Funeral Tuesday. Three p.m., for St. John's, Garndiffaith. PROBERT.—JuIy 10. Varteg House. Llanbradach.
July 16, 1935 - Western Mail - Cardiff, Glamorgan, Wales
 
LLANDUDNO.

LLANDUDNO.

—ORMESCLIFFE, on Sea Front; accorn. 300. Dancinn and Entertainments daily. Ballroom; orchestra. Hot and cold water. LlOO
July 16, 1935 - Western Mail - Cardiff, Glamorgan, Wales
 
UNFURNISHED FLATS TO LET

UNFURNISHED FLATS TO LET

FTS to Let, Rooth. with or without LA garage; also House, Grangetown.— Walters, 8, Edward-terrace . QIELF-Oontained, Four-roomed, Second-floor Flat to Let, Glebe Hotel, Cadorton, 12/6 weekly inclusive; not more than one child.— C 1668. Mall & Echo. Cardiff.
July 16, 1935 - Western Mail - Cardiff, Glamorgan, Wales
 
FURNITURE

FURNITURE

iENTLEMAN offers Magnificent Modern Burr-Walnut Bedroom Suite (as new), Heavy Four Foot Wardrobe (Mirror inside), Handsome Seven-drawer Dressing Table, thieful Tallboy, 411. bin. Bedstead, Vono Spring Mattress and Pure-curl Bedding (unused), accept £l7 17a. the lot; delivered fr
July 16, 1935 - Western Mail - Cardiff, Glamorgan, Wales
 
Business Established 40 Tears. LOANS A - FE L Y £lO to £IO,OINO WITHOUT ANY SECURITY. THE BRITISH FINANCE CO.,

Business Established 40 Tears. LOANS A - FE L Y £lO to £IO,OINO WITHOUT ANY SECURITY. THE BRITISH FINANCE CO.,

LTD., District Mice: 27, CHARLES-STREET, CARDIFF. 'Phone 7728. 1 A BOVE £l5 immediately. without security. —Apply E. S. Simon. 15. Quayst., Cardiff. 1
July 16, 1935 - Western Mail - Cardiff, Glamorgan, Wales
 
FAST BOWLERS TURNED TEST MATCH IN ENGLAND'S FAVOUR

FAST BOWLERS TURNED TEST MATCH IN ENGLAND'S FAVOUR

WESTERN MAIL & SOUTH WALES NEWS, TUESDAY, JULY 16, 1935. boundary, taking a miraculous catch with his right hand fully extended as the ball was sailing out of the ground. During the last 40 minutes the brothers Lee, by their now famous, but laborious, methods scored 26 runs. Not
July 16, 1935 - Western Mail - Cardiff, Glamorgan, Wales
 
OPEN-AIR CLASSES

OPEN-AIR CLASSES

Classes are held in the open-air in summer at St. Edeyrn's School, which, situate in Cyncoed-road, Cardiff, claims to have the healthiest position in the city. The school caters for girls to 17 years and boys to 11 years, and individual work is supervised by a highlytrained staf
July 16, 1935 - Western Mail - Cardiff, Glamorgan, Wales
 
GWYLFA AND THE

GWYLFA AND THE

CROWN POEM Agreement With Co- Adjudicators Ten days before ne died the late Rev. Gwylfa Roberts (Gorsedd Recorder) returned to the general secretary of the Caernarvon National Eisteddfod (Mr. W. H. Williams). the poems sent in for the Crown competition, and stated that he agreed
July 16, 1935 - Western Mail - Cardiff, Glamorgan, Wales
 
FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT

FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT

BISLEY, Monday. Phenomenal scoring was again witnessed at the N.R.A. meeting here today. In the competition for the Alexandra Cup, first stage, 91 people made highest possible scores, the bull's eye being hit more than 560 times in just over two hours. _ _ _ Only Sergt. K. Roger
July 16, 1935 - Western Mail - Cardiff, Glamorgan, Wales