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PARTNERSHIPS AND FINANCIAL

PARTNERSHIPS AND FINANCIAL

A DDITION.tL Working Capital immediately Available. We have ninny Clients ready to consider the investment of Capital of a. 2.000 and upwards in any Business having good prospects.—Apply G It. Stewart and Co.. 199, Piccadilly, London. W.I. x 268 GENTLEMAN with large, profitable
October 28, 1929 - Western Mail - Cardiff, Glamorgan, Wales
 
WOMEN OF TO-DAY

WOMEN OF TO-DAY

WITH THE WELSH SINGERS IN VIENNA. FROM MISS EDITH LESTER JONES. VIENNA, TueadaY• technique. I understand that she is shortly giving a konzert here together with a young violinist, and /Ira. Mostyn Bell tells me, too, that she has already secured an engagement v. ith the Carl Ros
March 21, 1930 - Western Mail - Cardiff, Glamorgan, Wales
 
HAPPY MAIL (Mimi L. Ell✓f

HAPPY MAIL (Mimi L. Ell✓f

OFFICIAL SCRATCHINGS. (burrbed br Me.... Webtherbr.) NEWMARKET MEETING. Cambrldgerhire St akea--Clear Cuh (by p.m. on Friday). Baytown (at trine a.m. on Sarno. day). and (:ragadour and (lad. Lullaby tat 11.12 a.m. on Saturday). Scarborough Stakes—Novel Lan. MISCELLANEOUS. Birdsa
October 28, 1929 - Western Mail - Cardiff, Glamorgan, Wales
 
WALES MISS CHANCES.

WALES MISS CHANCES.

Scotland crossed over with a lead of two goals, and although both were cleverly culicei‘cd, I thought the margin flattered them. At least four good scoring chances were uttered by the Welsh forwards. In the first minute a triangular movement on the right sent U'Cal,a;;huu throug
October 28, 1929 - Western Mail - Cardiff, Glamorgan, Wales
 
RECENT WILLS.

RECENT WILLS.

THE REV. F. MELLOR, EARDISLAND. The Rev. Frederick Mellor, of Arrow Lawn (otherwise The White House). Eardisland, Herefordsh ire, late vicar of Dilwyn, who died on January 13, aged 80 years, left estate of the gross value of £7,105, with net personalty £7,002. Probate of the wil
March 21, 1930 - Western Mail - Cardiff, Glamorgan, Wales
 
Heiress Engaged.

Heiress Engaged.

The engagement was announced on Saturday of Anne, the daughter and only child of Sir John and Lady Stirling- Maxwell, of Pollok.Uouse, Pollokehaws, Glasgow. She is to marry Mr. John Moreton- Macdonald, eldest eon of the late Mr. John IL Moreton-Macdonald and Mrs Moreton-Macdonal
October 28, 1929 - Western Mail - Cardiff, Glamorgan, Wales
 
DIVORCE AND WIFE MAINTENANCE.

DIVORCE AND WIFE MAINTENANCE.

Pontypool Magistrates and a Knotty Problem. A problem arising out of a Pontypool wife's successful divorce petition proved too complicated for the Pontypool magistrates on Saturday. Richard Thomas Davies, formerly of Pontypool and now working at Newport, applied for the discharg
October 28, 1929 - Western Mail - Cardiff, Glamorgan, Wales
 
Drink and Unemployment.

Drink and Unemployment.

Sir,—For the past few years the teetotal associations and their army of paid lecturers would have us believe that the prosperity of the United States wad accounted for by the fact that the country had gone dry." Now we have Sir George Petah telling us frankly that America's pros
October 28, 1929 - Western Mail - Cardiff, Glamorgan, Wales
 
RECENT WILLS. MR. R. W. KENNARD LEAVES £38,452. Mr. Robert William Kennard, D.le, J.P., of Northleigh, Bradford-on-Aeon, sheriff of Monmouth

RECENT WILLS. MR. R. W. KENNARD LEAVES £38,452. Mr. Robert William Kennard, D.le, J.P., of Northleigh, Bradford-on-Aeon, sheriff of Monmouth

in 1885, a. director of the Blaertavon Iron and Steel Company, died on July 15, aged TE years, leaving estate of the value of £.38.452, of which 48,047 is net personalty. The executors are Capt. !Toward John Kennard, R.N., of The Harting. PolmonL Stirling, son, and Admiral Walte
October 28, 1929 - Western Mail - Cardiff, Glamorgan, Wales
 
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many cases the only address given was " Texas," " London," " U.5.A.," and " Africa." Mr. Trevor Morgan: You will agree that the membership includes several members of Parliament, well-known Cardiff people, local solicitors and accountantsl—Yes. The summonses against Partington a
March 21, 1930 - Western Mail - Cardiff, Glamorgan, Wales