Hide Articles List

10 articles on this Page

Jo-tit Hospital

Advertising

[No title]

Advertising

Victory Lo?n. -

IWORKS PRESENTATION. I

News
Cite
Share

WORKS PRESENTATION. I On Saturday last Mr. H. C. Davies, the electrician-in-charge at the South Wales Works and R. T. Mills, severed his connection with the firm where he has been employed for the last twelve years, to undertake a similar position in Guildford, Surrey. Prior to his departure, his fellow- workmen presented him with a silver watch as a small token of regard. The meeting took place in the ElectricalShop and was presided over by Mr. Oliver Lewis, foreman mason, who in explain- ing the object of the gathering, spoke of the excellent spirit shown by such meet- ing. He also wished their departing friend every success in his new venture. iMr.E. W. Francis, in a neat speech, handed over the watch, and Mr. Davies feelingly responded. Others who spoke were Messrs. W. Matthews, J. Evans, J. E. Hooper and Enoch Morris, all testifying to the ex- cellent sportsmanlike qualities displayed by Mr. Davies, also expressing the hope that Mrs. Davies would be completely restored to her former health and vigour. The meeting terminated with "For he's a jolly good fellow.

HIPPODROME. I

Advertising

SOME WAR COINCIDENCES.I

Advertising