Western Mail Friday June 18 1926.
John ROGERS, Thomas JONES, and George LONGMAN, all of Rhayader, summoned for consumming
intoxicating drink out of hours, and John SHUUFLEBOTHAM, of the Lion Royal Hotel,
Rhayader, summoned for supplying the drink, were ordered to pay costs by the local
justices on Thursday. Mr. E.P. CARELESS, Llandrindod Wells, appeared for the defendants.
A two month old baby, Margery GIBSON, died in her mother's arms in Fleet-street,
Swansea, on Thursday.
A snippet in (Wales Day By Day).
Mrs. Helen WATNEY, of Llanelly, was a sister of the King's oldest subject, Miss Jane
RABY, who has just passed away. Mrs. WATNEY occaisioned no little stir by publishing in
1845 a novel called "Mary de Clifford" in which she satarised the leading people
of the tin-plate town, among them being Vicar MORRIS, who appeared as Mr. MACHIAVEL, Mrs.
BUCKLEY as Mrs. DRESSFINE, and Miss Sophy BROOM (the beauty of the place) as Miss DIPS.
The novel was described by the late Mr. Arthur MEE as a production in which the interest
was merely historical.
As briefly announced in Thursday's Western Mail, Dr. Kathleen LAWLOR, elder daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. E.P,. LAWLOR, Salvador, Cyncoed-road, Cardiff, has been appointed medical
officer under the Crown to the European Hospital, Kampala, Uganda, and sails for that
destination to-day (Friday).
Dr. LAWLOR, who is 27 years of age, and a native of Newport (where her father formerly
served on the town council), was educated at the Mill Hill Convent School (St. Mary's
Abbey) and Mount Pleasant, Liverpool, whither she proceeded to Cardiff University College
as a student of medicine. Her medical training was completed at King's College,
London, where she obtained the degrees of M.R.C.S., L.R.C.P. She was appointed medical
officer to the Franciscan Mission at Kampala, where she returned a few months ago, so that
she is not unaquainted with the region or the conditions associated with her new
After several month's illness, the Rev. W.J. PHILLIPS, of Nottage, Porthcawl, will
appear in the pulpit next Sunday or on June 27.
The Rev. B.T. JONES, pastor of Bethlehem Green Church, Neath, who has been granted three
months' leave and is recuperating at Porthcawl, appears to be slowly recovering.
Mr. A.H. BULLOCK, the well-known solicitor, of Cardiff and Whitchurch, underwent a severe
operation for acute appendicitis in a Cardiff nursing home on Wednesday. Mr. BULLOCK was
reported on Thursday to be as well as could be expected, but his condition was giving some
cause for anxiety.
Notice is Hereby Given that ANTONIO BELLI of Number 20, Talbot-street, Maesteg in the
County of Glamorgan Confectioner has applied to the Home Secretary for Naturalization and
that any person who knows any reason why Naturalization should not be granted should send
a written and signed statement of the facts to the Under-Secretary of State Home Office
Signed A. BELLI.
A large circle of docksmen at Cardiff will hear with regret of the death at his home, the
White House, Llandaff, on Thursday, of Mr. George Walter MOORE, for 52 years, until his
retirement about two years ago, in the service of Messrs. HIPPOLYTE WORMS and Co., of
Paris and Cardiff, and for many years their chief representative in South Wales.
Mr. MOORE was the eldest son of the Mr. John MOORE, a pioneer Cardiff ship-owner, Mr.
George MOORE was predeceased by his wife some years ago. He leaves two daughters and one
son. The son has settled in Canada. In his early days, Mr. MOORE was an ardent cyclist,
and was one of the promoters of the original Cardiff Bicycle Club, of which he was hon.
sec. in the early 'eighties. His hobbies were archaeology and gardening. He was a keen
reader and an ardent biblophile.
The death took place at 3, Richmond-terrace, Carmarthen (the residence of his son-in-law
and daughter), of Mr. Edward WILLIAMS, formerly of 47, Tynewydd-road, Barry Dock. Mr.
WILLIAMS retired a year ago and went to reside at Carmarthen. He was one of the veteran
coaltrimmers of the port of Barry, and was one of the founders, and for many years deacon,
of Tabernacle Welsh Congregational Church, Barry Dock.
The funeral of Mr. James COLEMAN, Wesley Cottages, Blackwood, took place on Thursday.
Officials and members representing over a score of Wesleyan churches in the West
Monmouthshire Mission were present. Mr. COLEMAN was a Wesleyan lay preacher for 50 years.
As an ex-member of Bedwellty Board of Guardians, a member of the Forresters' Club, and
the Blackwood Bowling Club he was widely known. He was secretary of the Blackwood Literary