Western Mail Friday June 18 1926.
Lost and Found.
Lost from Sewage Farm, Caerphilly, Black sheep-dog: white collar and breast.- Reward on
returning to REES 18, Railway-terrace, Caerphilly.
Strayed from Rumney Wharf, One Ewe and Lamb; marked"E.T." right side.- Pantglas
Strayed a Bay Cob, about two years old and 14.2 If not claimed by June 21st will be sold
at the Mart. Llantwit Major, on that date.- WATTS, Llanmihangel, Cowbridge.
Mr. Harry LEARVEY, a volunteer worker at the Trealaw Girls' School children's
canteen, claims to be the expert potato cleaner. His output is estimated at a sack per
He has made an open challenge to compete against any four women in the country. Recently
he competed single-handed against a "team" of seven women. He finished up a
Damage estimated at £300 was caused by fire at the shop of Mr. W. BARNETT, draper,
Nolfon-street, Bridgend. (Is there a Nolfon or should it be Nolton)
Mrs. Blanche WITHERS has been missing from her home at 15, Park-place, Gilfach, Bargoed,
Mrs. WITHERS, who is 29 years of age, is about 5ft. in height, and has dark brown bobbed
hair and grey eyes.
She has the initials "L.C." tattoed on one arm above the wrist, and
"B.C." in the same position on the other arm. She was also wearing a signet ring
with the monogram "W.J.W."
The rescue of a horse from the edge of a quarry, 60ft. deep, on the mountain between Mardy
and Ferndale, was described at the Porth Police-court on Thursday, when Haydn DAVIES 16,
Edward-street, Mardy; Hugh EVANS 16, Wrgrant-place, Mardy; and Arthur LEWIS,
Griffith-street, Mardy, were charged with cruelty to two horses by over-riding and
Police-constable HENLOCK said he saw three boys riding two horses on the mountain. When a
good way up the the mountain the bay slipped and rolled about 30 yards down the side of
the mountain and the three boys ran away.
Defendants were ordered to pay 4s. costs and were placed on probation for twelve months.
Mr. John VAUGHAN, of Chapel Farm, Ford, Wolfcastle, Haycastle, Pembroke, farmer, who died
on May 3 left estate of the gross value of £2,452, with net personalty£2,304 Probate of
the will, dated March 20, 1925, has been granted to his widow. Mrs. Ann VAUGHAN. Testator
left his estate to his wife for life, and then £100 each to his granddaughters Annie
Lilian VAUGHAN, Gladys Sophia VAUGHAN, Elizabeth Blodwen VAUGHAN, and Dilys Mary VAUGHAN,
and the residue of the property to his son Edwin.
Mr. Alexander John ATKINSON, of Waikato, 3, Fields Park-avenue, Newport, formerly of
Springcroft, Pentyrch, lately partner in the firm of Messrs. R.W. and A.J. ATKINSON,
analytical chemists of Cardiff, who died on april 22 left estate of the gross value
£2,352, with net personalty£2,076. Probate of the will dated January 26, 1924, has been
granted to his sister. Mrs. Annie Jane Wilson JONES, of Waikato. Testator left his estate
to his sister, Annie Jane Wilson JONES, unreservedly, to dispose of as she thinks fit.
Mr. David Robert POWELL, of Coldra, New-road, Porthcawl, formerly of The Beacon,
Victoria-avenue, Porthcawl, who died on May 12 left estate of the gross value of £1,237
with net personalty £1,161. Probate of the will, dated February 16, 1922, has been granted
to Mr. Ernest John MORGAN, of Ashcott Villa, Nottage, near Porthcawl, mechanical engineer.
Testator left £100 to Mr. Edward BAMFORD. £200 to Mr. William BAMFORD, £400 to Mr. Ernest
John MORGAN, £50 to Lily Sarah THOMAS, and the residue of the property to his brothers
James POWELL, and George Summers Powell and his sisters Lydia ALSOP and Elizabeth MORGAN.
The wedding was solemnised at Roath Parish Church, Cardiff, on Thursday of Mr. William
Woodwell CHISLETT, son of the late Mr. Samuel CHISLETT and Mrs. CHISLETT, of Swansea, and
Miss Dorothea POCOCK, only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E.W. POCOCK, of Kimberley-road,
Cardiff. The Rev. L.J. WELLINGTON of St. Luke's London, formerly of St. Edwards,
Cardiff, officiated. The bride was attired in a frock of silver lame and ivory geargette,
and wore a Brussels net veil with a coronet of orange blossoms. The bridemaids were Miss
Gwenllian HARRIS and Miss Olive BEECHER. Mr. Horace V. POCOCK was best man. The honeymoon
will be spent in Cornwall.
JONES - EVANS.
The wedding has been solemnised at St. Cadoc's Parish Church, Cadoxton-Barry, of Mr.
William Zedrach JONES, son of Mr. and Mrs. Alban JONES, of Llanon, Cardiganshire, and Miss
Catherine Jane EVANS, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. EVANS, 3, Cardiff-road, Cadoxcton-Barry.
The officiating clergymen were the Rev. Lloyd JONES, Pontlottyn (brother of the
bridegroom), and the Rev. W. Austin DAVIES, B.A., rector of Cadoxton. The bride was
attired in a dove-grey georgette dress with picture hat. The bridemaids were the Misses
Olwen EVANS, and Rocina JONES sisters, respectively, of the bride and bridegroom). The
best man was Mr. Tom JONES, London (brother of the bridegroom). The honeymoon is
being spent at Llanrhysted.