WESTERN MAIL SATURDAY DECEMBER 4. 1926. No. 287.
EVANS.- At Glenville, Ferryside. William EVANS, beloved husband of Margaret
EVANS, late Ironmonger, Ferndale. Funeral Monday. Ferryside Cemetery; G.O.
EVANS.- On November 30th, at Derlwyn, Pencoed. David William (Dai), dearly-loved
eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. Tom EVANS, late Brynhyfryd, Clydach Vale. Funeral
Saturday, Trelaw. Friends please meet 12.45 p.m. Trinity-square, Tonypandy.
CRITCHETT.- On November 30th , at 18, Coleridge-avenue, Penarth. W. J.
CRITCHETT, beloved father of W. E. CRITCHETT passed peacefully away. Funeral
Saturday, 2.30. G.O.
BEYNON.- December 1st. Sarah, beloved wife of the late Thomas BEYNON, 7,
Pontypridd-road, Porth. Public funeral Monday, 2.30 p.m. for Llethrddu Cemetery.
WALSH.- WOOD.-On November 23rd, at Adelaide, Australia. David, second son of Mr.
Henry WALSH, J.P. ex-Mayor of Aberavon, to Mabel, third daughter of Mr. Henry
WOOD, ex-Mayor of Aberavon.
MOORE.- On December 3rd, at 22, St. Mark's-crescent, Newport to Mr. and Mrs.
Victor J. E. MOORE, a son.
IN MEMORIAM-ROLL OF HONOUR.
IRELAND.- In Loving Memory of William Henry, who died in France December 5th
1918.- Fondly remembered by Father and Mother, Brothers and Sisters.
STOP PRESS-Cartridge In Coal.- Father And Son Injured At Abertillery.
Arthur EVANS and Leslie EVANS (17), father and son, of Abertillery, were
admitted to the Abertillery District Hospital on Thursday suffering from
injuries caused by an explosion. They were in the kitchen of their home in
Tillery-street, when something exploded in the firegrate and they were struck by
fragments which shot out from the fire. The father received a wound on the hip
and the son smaller wounds on the side. The explosion was caused apparently by
an old cartridge which had accidentally got into the coal.
ABERBARGOED MINER FINED.
Thomas EDMUNDS (28), collier, Aberbargoed, was fined £5. at New Tredegar on
Friday for doing an act likely to impede the supply of fuel and for using
violence to Frederick WARREN with a view to compelling him to abstain from work.
Mr. T. W. GRIFFITHS (from the office of Mr. Horace S. LYNE, Newport) prosecuted,
and Mr. Edward ROBERTS (Dowlais) defended.
Mr. GRIFFITHS explained that on November 20 WARREN was followed by EDMUNDS,
who asked him if he was not ashamed that he had returned to work. Complainant
replied that he was not ashamed and must do something to feed his children.
Defendant without provocation, struck him violently between the eyes.
Lily AURELIUS (25) and Frances THOMAS (46), married women, summoned for
intimidation, were bound over for twelve months.