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VICAR OF ST CLEARS DEATH Of A WELl-KHCWH CARMARTHEN- SHIRE lUROYidAN There has passed away at the age of 60 the Vicar of St. Clears and Llangin- ning, the Rev. C. I". Owen, M.A. (Oxon), who. though failing in health, stuck to hi? duties up to the last month. The reverend gentleman was a native of Llanelly district, and after graduating at Balliol College. Oxford, was appointed curate at Ammanford, where he did good wor k for four years and a half. In 1895 he was appointed to the living of St. Lipars. and at the request of toe Bishop he accepted Llanginnjng in 1W8. Mr. Owen was a hardworking parish priest, and during his nineteen years' incurabenry of St. Clears did good work for the Church. He was for some years secretary for the Diocesan C.E.T.S., and was instrumental in gathering some thousands of pounds for Church purposes in the parish. The funeral ->ull fake place on Thurs- day at 2.30 p.m. in the parish c hurch.
WENT FROM ONE TO THE OTHER ———- PORT TALBOT GROWER'S SIXTY-NINE CRiBiTORS FGR S,512 LIABILITIES. At the Neath Bankruptcy Court on Tues- <i ay—before Keg-ist.rar Charles—Ash ton < .,Tones, of too Pandy Sto. Pontrhydy. ftp, Port Talbot, grocer. underwent his pub- lic examination. His liabilities amounted to £512 Is. lid., and deficiency to £ ?, fe. 5d. IJc was legally represented by Mr. 1. M. Thomas Debtor told the corrrt that the eau«w? of his fail nre were bad debts and deaths in the family. Ha continued trading1 in the hope that he would recover his position when the Cyron Colliery resumed after the wrike. Debtor a/ided that he opened a branch business at Dyffryn Villa. uear Cymmer, when the district offered good yroepeote, which, however, were not main- l and. The Registrar pointed out that debtor had no fewer than 69 creditors. Debtor 6eemed toO have gone from one to the other obtain- ing credit. The RegiFtrer said he did not. remember oo many creditors in euch small case before. The case was adjourned.
A LEGEND Cf THE FLEET. Since Nelson went to glory A hundred veers ago (No man can hear the story But. still it makes him glow), There's lots of old wiseacres, Longshoremen and headsliakere Who say. We have none like him- His like we'll never know I And mayhe they speak rightly, For God Himself, you'd say, Would scarce start making lightly I Another piece of clay Filled with his high devotions. His hrain that raced the oceans, His heart of fire and swiftness I That won Trafalgar Day. Yet on the other hands, sirs, There's some folks that declare-- I Strange stuff to tell on land. sirs, But sailor men—they'll sw,ar- When Nelson went to glory, I His heart-ior tbat' their stoTy— Afire, he flung it to the Fleet, And still it's blazing there! So when our grim, grey cruisers I Nose out the skulking foe, And, beggars not being choosers, I Their g?ns begin to cro" Though Ketson'3 gone to glMY' Ii 'Twill be the same old story- His heart, his heart will lea4 us, And them that doubt will know. —R. E. verneae.
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HEATH PROVISION PRICES. The following are the pricae of groceries and provisions, as fixed by the Neath Cor- poration from Wednesday. 2tet October, too Tuesday, 3rd November (inelueive). Thie -iit holda good for a. fortnight. FLOUR—Be^t ext-r-, 36. per ^.01 be.; teener tie, Zè. 10s. per ZOlbs. f, 'U(lAli .-BeBt, lump. 4!¡d. per lb. and 4. per lb.: large crystals, 3Jd. a.nd 4d.; granu- lated. Sid. and 4d.; Demaxara* 3!d. and Jid.; castor. 33d. and 4d. LARD—Beet American, W. per 1b. BUTTER.—Centrifugal crea-mery, Is. 3d. per lb.; separator or WeUh. Is. %d. per lb.; Irish factory. Is. 2d. per lb. ,nadian, 9d. per lb.; CHEKSE.—Cboiceet Canadian, 9d. pc ID., Caerphilly. 8d. to 9d. per lb. MABG ARISE — Finest, lOd. per lb.; choice, 3'1. per lb.; overweight, Is. per lb.
SCOUTS' GAME OF FOOTBALL. A Troop The Swansea Sea Scouts A" Troop are playing the Neath Boy Scouts a football match at Neath nox-t Saturday, October 24th. for the benefit of the Prince of Wales Fund. The Neath Club has kindlv placed the Gnoll ground at the disposal of the Scouts, when it is hoped a good sum will he raised. I
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STilL THERE 181 ROOM GOME ALONG RECRUITS YESTERDAY'S AOOITIOM TO SWANSEA BATTALION STRENtiTH. INCREASING INTEREST I Tuesday was another quite good day for the Battalion, and 27 men medically passed and attested brought the strength to 558. The recruits of the last few days have been a capital lot of men, of whom very few have been down to the reduced stan- dard allowed for the battalion, and many have I)eop, a good deal above the present regular measurements. Yesterday's names:— W. J. Paries, 2, Brynmelin-street. W H. Copham, 17. Matthew-street. D. J. Davies, 33, Hill-street. G. Ar?&nt, 52, Gordon-street. I Z. Thomas. 40. Lan-street, ilorriston. J 0. Lewis, Harry-?trpe?, Mornston. J W. Williams, 4t, Lan-?tT?et, Morriston, I H. Prowu. ? Town HiU. j 1) J. HoIe.t.Waunwen-?rrace. W. R. Heilver, ;}fi. )tadox-street. H. G. Rogers, Rock House, Court gart, Briton ferry. J. Lewis, 27, Caebricks-road, Cwmbwrla. T. Davies, Rea House, DUllvant. T.. Tnoxe. 31, Alexandra-road. T. A. Williams, 97, Port Tennant-road. ,I', Jones, 13, Harry-street, Sketty. W. Dadps. t, Rock-street. J Jenkins, 22, Swan-street. i. H. W. Builer, 1, Pwll-street. Landore. J. Graham. 6. Hosea i-aee, Landore. T. J. Williams, 50, Tymaen-street, Cm. avon. (1. L. King, 32. Catherine-street. I D. • J..Tones, R.7, Ncqth -road. Morrisfon. W. J. Paton, 12, Pinkey-sfreet. H. Alanship. Landore. D. Evans, t;2, Castle Graie:, Landore. Eight men were passed for other Army j units in Swansea yesterday. 1 Naval Volunteers. I That the boom in Swansea recruiting is j by no means confined to the local bat- talion is proved by the experience of those responsible for the Naval Volun-j teer Brigade, and the R.A.M.C. (Terri-1 torials). By visits to business houses, those responsible for the latter (Captain Bryce is in charge at the Drill Hall). have in the last two days secured 51 men. and the inducements offered by some of houses being generous to a degree. Thus 90 out of the 120 required have been secured. Intelligent, thoroughly respectable young men, of 5ft. 3ins. and over are required, and ambulance ex- perience is not absolutely essential. Scenes at the Recruiting Station. The sebnes in Union-street near the re- cruiting stations remind one of the re- cent boom. Scores of young inen-just the type required—await their turn to pass into the examination room, and thefe is a quiet Sehse of determination about each one of the candidates, and a genuine desire to qualify for active ser- vi.e,, as soon as possible. It was evident, after listening to the gossip of the men for a few minutes, that the route march of the 6th Welsh last Friday was in no small degrp res- ponsible for the revival in recruiting, the smart and soldierly bearing of thA Territorials creating a favouable im. pression Home Service Reserve. It is gratifying to knr-w that the Home Service Reserve Battalion of the (5th "Welsh Territorials has also shared in the revival of recruiting rlllring the last few days. I Things are just now going nicely, and 330 of the PtiO men required have been seen red The importance of this battalion being quickly tilled hy men who for any.reasoM | can-not, volunteer at once, for abroad, so as not to handicap the use of the ariive set vice battalion, has been before urged. Last Night's Meetings. On Tuesday evening a recruiting meet- ing was held at Seion Chapel Vestry, Llanssmlet, w here Mr. A. H. Thomas, J.P., presided, and the speakers were the Revs. M- Griffs? and G. Hywel Parry. Messrs. J. "Williams, M.P., T. W. James, I A- Lowell and T. Jordan. At Plymouth-street a crowd was ad- dressed by Messrs. Brette Morgan and J. H. Scotter (of the Parliamentary Recruit- ing Committee), and Mr. W. C. Jenkins presided. Several young men promised to enlist, but would not so far commit themselves as to hand in their names.. The recruiting van was near the Hos- pital, Phillips-parade, Swansea, last t night, when cinema pictures and lantern sUrles depicting the latest war scenes were, shown. A large crowd listened with in- terest to speeches hy Mr. H. A. Harman, Corporai Weir, and Mr. B. Bottomley. The following four names of recruits wen' obtained: F. Clement, 54, Catherine- street. Bryn Williams, 16. Catherine- street; H. Cridland. 2. Phillips-parade; PbiHip Kneath, 47, Rhyddings Park-road (bugler). To-night's meetings will be held at the Square, Great Western Station, High- street, Swansea (entrance to good, yard), ¡ and the Dunns Station, Oystermouth, at 7.31) p.m.
WITH THE BAYONET. FRENCH MARINE FUSILIERS ROUT GERMANS. Paris, Tuesday. — Several Marine Fusiliers who were wounded in the fi(l,'JJt-1 ing round Ypres arrived in Paris to-day. One of them gave "La Liberte" details concerning the engagement mentioned in Sunday's official communique in the fol- lowing words:— "Our Marine Fusiliers vigorously re- pulsed a German attack on the canal from Ypres to the sea." The Liberte's informant said that the Germans had planned a surprise at- I tack at dawn. During the whole night they had concentrated considerable forces at Ypres. When day began to break they attacked the French, but the latter had not remained inactive, and the German attack found them ready. Although much inferior in numbers, the Fui1ier5 withstood the enemy's at- tacks till evening without losing an inch of ground. When night came the Ger- mans realised that they would be unable to break through the French lines, and began long-range cannonading. During the night the Fusiliers advanced close up to the German trenches, the fog beitf very thick. The men had been ordered I not to fire a single shot, but to use their bavonete. When day came, the Fusiliers were within twenty metret of the enemy's trenches- The Germans were completely! taken bv surprise, and most of them did not even attempt to resist, but took to flight. The Fusiliers charged furiously, and in less than half-an-hour all was over. The French lost about ten kitt»d and a hundred wounded. The Germans lost many dead and wounded and tOO nrisonerft.
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MADAM PATTI VISITS WOUNDED BELGIANS AT SWANSEA HOSPITAL. (Photo by- Cbapman.) Yesterday. Broness Cederstrom (Ma dam Patti) delighted the Belqian scldie rS now lying at the Sw paying them a visit. Our photograph shows the diva chatting with a patient in the Patti Ward. The soldiers expressed their gratitude in mo tincertair, terms, es pecially wher. they learned that the Bar oness hopes to sing on Saturoay at the London Albert Hall for the benefit of the Belgian Relief Fund.
A DAHlMC DOCTOR. TABLES TURNED OK THE GERMAN CASH-COllECTOHS. iKeuters War Telegram.) Bordeaux, October 20th.—The tale of a French doctor's levy on the Germans for attending a German prince has jiist Ix, come knùwn. it was when the Germans I were advancing towards Sezanne and Fere-Cliampeuoise. They reached Eper- nay". where th?y consumed 50,000 bottles of champagne and demanded a war !evy l of 175.0001(CT.iWI). After the battle of (the Marne. when the Prussian troops were in full night, one of the Imperil Prince was seriou?ly mounded. He ?ap at once convened to Epernay, which was still guarded hy a few German troops. But not a German surgeon was to be found in the town, so a Staff officer went in search of a French surgeon. He was advised to go to Dr. V^ron, a celebrated surgeon, who was promised a priiytely fee if he would attend to the Princely pattent. The doctor, bearing in minf1 the war levy demanded from his native city, fixed his fee at the sum of 175,000f. The Paymaster of the German Army sent the; amount demanded the same evening to j the Mayor in gold pieces bearing the; image of the Emperor William.
COMPENSATION REDUCED. I n- L At the Swan-sea. Couuty Court on Tues- day-befare Judge Bryn Roberts—the British Metal Extraction Company and the Swansea Vale Spelter Compa.ny appPed for the diminution of the compen- sation paid to Michael Walsh. Mr.Clarke Williams appeared for the application, and Mr. Villiers Meager for the re- sp(mdnt. Tt was explained- thnj: respondent was employed at different times by both com- panies, and when compensation was awartied each company was ordered to pav half the amount awarded. His Honour reduced the allowance from Ms 6d to 9s. per week, the, reduced com- ¡ pensation to operate from ptembei 19th. 1914. No costs were allowed. ( Dr. Seholber-, of Cardiff, sat with his Honour as medicnl assessor. I The solicitors for the British 31stal EX-, traction Comi-),any were Messrs. Morris and James, and the Swansea Vale Spelter I Company, Gc-e a-nd Edwards.
I YSTALYFERA LICENSEE'S DEATH. Mil's Jane Mitchell, 83 years of age, who had been staying with Mrs. Edward Jones. ¡ Swan Field. Ystalyfem, for some time, did on Saturday, and was buried fit St. I Peter's Church on Tuesday afternoon. Deceased had bpt the Midland Hole!. Ystalrfera. for m&cy ye&r?
￼ n?o!? I ——— go J GERMANS BEATEN BACK. TSAR'S TROOPS SCORE. DECISIVE SUCCESSES IMPORTANT CAPTURES. ("Times" Telegram per Press Association.) Petrograd, Tuesday.—Private reports state that the Prussians have captured heavy artillery at Lyck. According to other reports Cossacks have reached Marmaros Szigets. Since the receipt of the official despatch stating that the German line has been thrown back, freeing the Middle Vistula, private advices confirm the news of decisive Russian successes. IMPORTANT CAPTURES. ("Times" Telegram per Press Association.) Petrograd, Tliesd-ay.-It is reported that on the night of October 16th the Russians captured fifty guns and two regimental colours, besides a large number of pri- soners, including a German Prince whose identity has not yet been established. AUSTRIAN GENERAL'S VI EWS. (Press Association War Telegram.) Venice, Tuesday.General Von Autieii- berg, who was remove.d from the command if the 3rd Austrian Army, interviewed by a representative of the Hungarian journal "Pesti Ujsag," says that he caughf a F)m-cre cold, and contracted a slight attack nf dysentery. in consequence of which his post was given, to another. Meanwh'le, he is remaining at home, awaiting the further decision of the Emperor General Von Auffenberg says it iq im-, possible to tell when the war will end. It is certain only that Austria-Hungary will not yield, but possibly the end will 1)6 hastened bv the exhaustion of the enemy. The general declared that the Hungarian divisions under his command fought like, lions, but the enemy must not be under- rated in this war. The Russian? had I shown for the first time that they were good soldiers, and that they had good I leaders. The RusÚanartillery was excel- I lent. GERMANS COMMAND AUSTRIANS. I Paris. Tuesday.—A special telegram to the Echo de Paris states that German officers have taken over many of the higher commands of the Austrian Army. Austrian troops are now being mixed witH Germon soldiers, and all the armies are j commanded, with the exception of that under tieneral DanJI, by Germans. THE MILITARY SPIRIT. I Petrograd, Tuesday.—The military I spirit is pervading all the middle-class school* in Petrograd. as is shown by the games in which the boys indulge, and j which are exclusively military. In I these games they take the part of their! favourite heroes from the commander- id-chief down to the tymous Cossack Krutchkoff. One of ihe most popular epi- sodes ot the war is the capture of lwow (Lemburg). when nasty knock-s are often given and taken. I A large number of the seniors in the schools have enlisted as volunteers, and have gone to the. front. They are con- sidered ?s l?roes by their former school- fellows and letters from them are read out to the whole school in the corridors. In their work, too, the boys give evidence of the prevailing spirit. Maps are displayed on the walls, on which the positions of the armies are marked with Hags. The hoys follow the operations keenly, and the masters are often asked to explain knotty points. Geography and history are the most popular subjects, and sub- jects set for essays include such as "What I is your ideA of the future map of Europe ? to which question the usual answer is Iliai-, while all the Allies ought to be recompensed from Germany, the biggest share should go to Belgium. The general idea as to how the German Emperor should be dealt with is that he; ought to be deported, but not to St. Helena, of which ho was quite unworthy. In most of the boys' maps the Russian flag has already been planted in Berlin. AUSTRIAN BATTALION SURRENDERS. Petrograd, Tuesday.—A communique I issued from the chief headquarters, dated October 13. states: No essential change in the. situation; the Rusf-ians are partly in close contact with the enemy and partly engaged with them along the front, from I the River Zoura to Styri, in Galicia. and in East Prussia. South of Przemyal the Russians continue to make large num- bers of prisoners. An entire Austrian battalion has surrendered, with all J officers and machine guns.
i MII III m i i iiwin ■inn i Him U i« nil r ii ii i MM i ii—mrr B»«»IW»IIII«HB—N—"■■■ 111 | WAR FUND. <E!tf„ss>, ?WXTT AA R T? TPTTT?T'r? (Entire r UiSi D Takings). JimRT?LL??d?_ Oct. 22nd. ￼ ??Tr?a?NaU CONCERT, I NEW SILOH (Landore) BVSALE CHOIR | (Conductor, Mr. IVOR OWEN). | Under Patronage of Nlayor and Council of Swansea, John Williams, M.F. S (President of Choir*. Lord Ninian Stuart, M.P.. Sir D. Brynmor Jones. | K.C., M.P., D. Villiers Meager, Esq., Roger Beck, Esq.. and others. Artistes:— | g Madame Je?nae E!Hs, 1 S Mr. David Hughcsx ??. Tom Davies. J Violinist: Miss GLADYS HAYES, L,R.A.M. ? Eiocutioni?t: Mr. W. H. JONES. Doors Open at 7, to Commence at 7.30 1 Tickets: Reserved..?. (a fev-? 2s. (all sold?, Unreperved Is., and a limited number AT 6d. | Help Those Who Are Figliting Your Battles." ￼ I ??j??a?g,??nf.,)a)Btt)EmtL'*M)??BtC M!) ?'?*? ￼ ￼ ￼ ?''??"??? ￼ JOO?Qpea? Ton De!!v@?ed. I GARW VALE LARGE OR COBBLES. DAVIE & CO., Cash Coal Merchants, j 32, Fisher Street, Swansea. S???——??-.L. ?.U?M.——M.?——!??——n !— —— .——————————————? VANGUARD MOTOR SERVICES, PORTLAND STREEt, SWANSEA I (Opposite Middle Market Gate). ¡ OCTOBER 22nd, 1914, TILL FURTHER NOTICE. SOUTH ROAD SECTION. I Via. PAEKitflLL, 1'f.NMAElS (TOWER. FOR I (ilfflCHi. RFYNOLDSTON, WORM'S I HEAD. BHOSPILLI. Times of Lea voee Gal-ige Leaves Dspa.rt.ure. Port-la.ud-^t., it li. Swansea. 5 50 p.m. 6 45 a.m. 9 C.0 .a.m. Ii Wednesdays 1" 0 a.m. 7 15 a.m. 6 0 p m. 4 G p.m. I Saturdays 1;S0 P.in. 6 30 a.m. 5 0 p.m. 3 43 a.m. 9 0 11.m. o 30 p-m. *7 0 p.m. NORTH ROAD SECTION. I Via LLAJNRiitDIAN. OLD WALLS. BURRY & LL AN MA DOC, Leaves Garage j Portend- I Time" of street Leaves Leares Departure. Sv ane'a. Llangennech. LlanmadoOt/ Mondays 5 C,.p.m, 7 0 a.m. 7 (I a.m. Weones. 5 0 p.m. ■■■ 8 Oa.m. 8 0 a.tn» i I Satur. 6 45 a.m. [ 2 15 p.m.b 12 30 p.m. 12 30 p.m. 6 1) p.m. 4 0p.m. 4 21) p-UL. 9 0p,m. L I^anmadoo via, Llangennit.h. jieynoldetofn. nr? VANGUARD MOTOR, LTD. ""4 "1™ 4o nrrt. gQ t h 1")1] h I iterlieldc-t,,)n. Tplophono: Swana?a Central 250..
MUSICAL "AT KGfifiE" r 1fI'- I BSliNSWiCK CHAPEL EVENT FOR HAIlOfiAL I CHILDREh'S HOMES. There was a. large attendance at the musical "At Home" held at Brunswick ( Chapel on Tuesday afternoon. It bad r been arranged by Mrs. Cullis, and was in) aid of the National Children's -!Tonit,,3. The Rev. T. Wheatley" presided, and in j introducing the Mayoress (Mrs. T. Corker), stated that stha funds of the Homes had suffered considerably through the war. But their doors were still open. and would continue, to remain so, and they had admitted Belgian orphan child- ron who had been sent over to this country. The Mayoress, in opening the proceed- ings. hoped their fund s would uot. sutler, in spite of the numerous appeals that ■wore being made to them. A lovely basket of brown and gold chrysanthe- mums was presented to the Mayoress by Miss Doris Harrison, and Master Jack I Tyler. The programme was contributed to by te members of the Swansea. Branch of Young Leaguers, w ho rendered very prettily three choruses. They were aided hy ihe following well-kno\rn artistes • Madame Jenuie Ellis, Mrs. Clarke and Mr. W. T. Perry, who were heard to great advantage in solos*, duets, and trios: by Miss Radford. who ren- dered two violin solos, which were very much appreciated; by Masters C. and S Davies, whose duets were greatly ap. plauded: by Miss Betty Cook (a member of the Young Leaguers), who sang very sweetly "Chatterbox. and another mem- ber, Miss Moilie Crab, who gave a recita- tion. Air. W. H- Joqes, who is gnj(,b a favourite with Swansea audiences, gave several recitations. For an encore he recited "The 'Boys that Fight for Eng. land." a poem which had been sent him anonymously. ,ift-.e-,ntinn tea was drintib served by the elder member", of the Lep.jrue. A collection for the funds íId
PATRIOTIC CONCERT en TBXBSDAY in ALBERT HAUJ by NEW SILOH MALE CHOIR. Help to swell the Relief Funds by meliln? a. f'-ontal attack on reserved scat* íonly !2 positions uctaken), or a inking movement on unreserved seats. THINK O? THE TOMMIES IN THE TRENCHES.
A STAFF APPOINTMT. We are informed that. Captain C. Perry, son of Mr. George V. Perry, Swansea, lms received an appointment on the staff of Maior-Oeneral Sir Francis Lloyd. K.C.B., C.V.O., D.S.O. 'Captain Perry, who belongs to the Gth filamorgan Battalion the Welh Regiment (Foreign Service Battalion), has already left to takp np his new duties. Hi? brother, Mr..Tames A. Perry, enlisted recently in the Kitig's Royal Rifles.
REPORTED MISSING. I Private John Mors,, 2nd Welsh Regi- ment, has been reported missing since Sept. 25th. He is a Swansea man, his wife living at 6, Edward-si reef, Swansea.
HOW TO END ALL FOOT MISERY. When jour feet are tender, sore, aching, burning, puffed up, when you draw your feet np in pain. it is time you got a 2d. packet of Rich's Foot Sham- poo Powder and dissolved it in hot water to sonk the feet. It instantly stops all laches and pains and makes the feet com- fortable and happy. To remove Corns and Hard Skins get Rich's Waukwell," i Is. lid. bottle, .and use according to the directions; it is simply glorious to see the corns rooted out. To cure Bunions get Rich's Bunion Comfort, 4s. 6d. Free advice 011 all Foot troubles, by an expert. Call at Rich, The Chemist (3T>, High- street, Swansea"). Arch Supports for flat 7(0 Sd p.d 12s. 6d. (Post- age on Waukwell and Foot Shampoo powders. 1}rL). London Wholesale Agents- Messrs. Butler and Crispe, Ltd.; Bridgend: Griffiths, 18, Dunraven-place; Llanelly: John Davies, Stepnev-street; !Morriston: Bevan, chemist.
I In recognition of bis services in raising I three "ivv battalions. Alderman Bowater. j I Lord Miivor of Birmingham, was yestor- I day appointed by the King bon. eolopel of the 1st Birmingham Battalion War- I wickshire Regiment.
< Owing to the War we have the following Bargains in Second-hand Cars to offer: 1914 Calthorpe Minor, as new with maker's guaranteetj £125. 1913 8-19 h.p. Enfield Auto- lette, splendid condition, £ 85. 1913 16 h.p. Pick, smart two- seater, good condition, 2110. 1913 9 h.p. Renault, perfect order, £ 165. I 1912 10-12 h.p. Belsize, two seater, £125. 1906-7-8 Humber Cars, 10-12 h.p., in good condition, from L45. 1914 9.5 Standard Demonstra- tor Car, as new, 9165. 1 or Easy Payment, I Cash or Easy Payment, 2 per cent. Extra. R. E. JONES (GARAGES), LTD. SWANSEA, SOLE AGENTS FOR SINGER, STAND- ARD, RENAULTS, CALTHORPE, HiSPANO, SUIZA, ALBIONS AND SUNBEAMS. :;¡
I OWNERSHIP OF A FIELD i .0. I GLAiM TO ABERAVON PROPERTY HEARD IN j LAW COURTS A dispute over the ownership of a field at Aberavon came before Justice War- rington in the Chancery Division to-day. The plaintiff, Frank Henry Tremlott Jocelyne, of Ca rdiff, claioied" specific per- formance of a contract of December 31st. 1912, made between the late William, Rees, Olive-street, Aberavon, tenant fop life of the field whioh was called Kr^r Ann Morgan, and the plaintiff. The defendant. John David Rees, Water-Street, Aberavon, was the father and heir-at-law of Jenkin Fees, wliln, after the death of William Rees. became entitled to the field. Mr. II- Terrell, K.C.. said the property was settled by the will of J nkin Rees, who died in 1887. By his will he devised the field to his wife for life. and aitep her death to his son, William Rees, the vendor of the property, for life, and after his death to the testator's grall(A. son, -Jenkin Kees, absolutely. Jenkin, tha son of the defendant, died a baAelop and intestate, and his father took the I property* as his heir-at-law. William Eees. the then tenant for life, contracted to sell, under the powers of the Settled Land Act. the field to the plaintiff for f ?t?O. A deposit of ?l!) was paid on April 3rd, 1913. William R?es died before tha sale could be carried ont. Jenkin R. the grandson of the testator, also died io rhe meantime The defence to the action was that the property was not sold at its full value, and that, the contract was not binding at against the remainder man.
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