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From: J GRIFFITHS <griffiths780(a)btinternet.com>
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Subject: News Items APRIL 1st to JUNE 30 th 1926. Number Three-Hundred seventysix
Western Mail Friday June 25 1926.
HOWELLS.- In Loving Memory of my dear friend Olwen, who died June 25th. 1922.
(no name given)
HOWELLS.- In Sweetest Memory of our darling Olwen, who passed away 25th June, 1922.-
Mother, Brothers, and Sisters.
POWELL.- In Loving Memory of Ebenezer, dearly-beloved husband of S.E. POWELL, Welsh
Produce Stores, Caerau, who passed away June 25th, 1925/ verse.- Sadly missed by Wife and
Eric Francis GRIFFITHS 22, was committed for trial at the quarter sessions by the Cardiff
magistrates on Thursday on a charge of breaking into a pavilion belonging to Messrs. LEWIS
and TYLER (Limited), Penarth-road, and stealing a cash-box, containg about £1, and
The place was broken into during Friday night, each room being ransacked. Defendant was
traced to Usk by Detective Geo. JAMES and arrested last Saturday.
Lost Black and White Sheep-dog Puppy ("Bonny").- Reward, PHILLIPS, Hendrdenny
Mr. H. WARD, caretaker at the Y.M.C.A.- buildings, Swansea, fell from a stepladder whilst
at work on Thursday, and struck his head so violently that he had to be taken to hospital,
where he died.
Bro. J. SIMONS, R.O.H., P.P.G.P., Abertillery, conducted the exaltation of Brothers John
MORRIS and Charles MORRIS to the degree of "Knight of Merit" at the Railway
After being withdrawn in the public auction, the villa No.127, Donald-street., Cardiff,
leased for 99 years, from September 29, 1892, at an a.g.r. of £3.17s.6d., was disposed of
privately to Mr. CAMFIELD, 71, Kimberley-road, Cardiff, for £520.
Mr. William T. COLLIER, son of Mr W. COLLIER, Godfrey-road, Pontnewydd, has been promoted
sergeant in the Shanghai police.
William E. NEWRICK, Beach Pill, Milford, and Richard CONOVAN, alias HARVEY, Pill-road,
Milford, were sentenced to 21days' hard labour by the local magistrates, on Thursday,
for stealing two bicycles.
Elias MORON, aged about 40, of Chemical-road, Morriston, was found in his home suffering
from a wound in the throat.
The marriage of Rhiannon, the eldest daughter of Sir John Morris JONES, of the University
College of North Wales, to Dr. Ernest JONES, Aberystwyth, which was to have taken place on
Wednesday, had to be postponed owing to the sudden illness of the bride.