Western Mail Saturday October 23. 1926. (No. 96.).
Messrs. Wm. HOWELLS and RICHARDS have sold the leasehold house, 167,
Stanwell-rd., Penarth (with vacant possession), lease 99 yrs. from April, 1906,
a.g. £2.18s. at £675 to Mr. BLACKER, of Sully. The solicitor was Mr. B. W. P.
MORGAN of Cardiff.
Messrs. J. STRAKER, Son, and CHADWICK (F.A.I.), of Abergavenny and Crickhowell,
sold by auction at the Bear Hotel, Crickhowell, the small agricultural freehold
known as Graig-Lwyd Fach, in the parish of Llanfihangel-Cwmdu, Bwlch (between
Abergavenny and Brecon), having an area of about 22a., with a modern residence,
to Mr. J. GRIFFITHS, of Pencia, Cwmdu, Breconshire, at £1,470. Mr. Thomas
VAUGHAN, of Crickhowell, was the solicitor.
RECEIVING ORDERS IN BANKRUPTCY.
Bridgend Court.- Frederick John REES, physician and surgeon, practising at The
Surgery, Blaengarw, near Bridgend, and residing at 4, Church-road, Blaengarw.
Neath and Port Talbot Court.- John LANDEG, 1, Danycoed-road, Cwmavon, Port
Newport Court.- Wm. Percival CHAVE, 9, Thornwell-road, Chepstow, lately residing
at Strathlyn, Christchurch-road, Newport, bonded warehouse manager.
Swansea Court.- George LEWIS, residing Swansea-road, Dunvant, and carrying on
business at rear of 88, St. Helen's-avenue, Swansea, builder and contractor;
Hubert WILLIAMS, residing and carrying on business at 207a High-street, Swansea,
wholesale and retail tobacconist.
Tredegar, Abertillery, and Bargoed Court. James Owen DAVIES, residing at 13,
Croscombe-terrace, Cwm, and carrying on business at 159, Marine-street, Cwm,
NOTICES OF DIVIDEND.
Carmarthen Court.- Harvey Charles PHILLIPS, Rhosog Farm, Loughor, farmer- 2s.10d
in the £. first and final.
Dairymaids from all parts of Great Britain were busy at the Royal
Agricultural-hall on Friday churning for the championship of the dairy.
The cup and gold medal in the champion milking contest was won by Miss N. JONES,
of The New House, Staunton-on-Wye, and she beat her male rivals easily. She was
the only girl competitor in the final. Each competitor had to milk at least two
Miss JONES, a pretty, dark-haired girl, told a press representative that she was
a farmer's daughter and she had plenty of expierence of farm work. Her sister,
she added, won the championship in 1918 when she, too, was eighteen years of
The judge of the contest said that Miss JONES was an outstanding winner, and had
a good style as it was possible to get in a milker.
James DAVIES, a shoemaker, Cwmgwrach, Glyn-Neath, on Friday pleaded guilty at
Neath to sending threatening letters to Elizabeth Jane JONES, an
Albert BIDDLE, Salop-street, Caerphilly was sent to prison for one month in the
second division at Pontypridd on Friday on a charge of receiving Poor-law relief
by means of a false statement. Mr. Lester LEWIS (Messrs. SPICKETT and Sons)