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VOLUNTARY WINDING-UP

VOLUNTARY WINDING-UP

Ivanhoe Specialities, Ltd. Cardiff and County Investment Society, Ltd. J. 0. Dibble and Co., Ltd., Newport. CANCELLATION OF REGISTRY Tivyside Producers, Ltd. RECEIVING ORDERS IN BANKRUPTCY Aberystwyth Court.—Bert Seiriol Jones, residing and carrying on business at Buxton House,
29 August 1934 - Western Mail - Cardiff, Glamorgan, Wales
 
ELECTRIC CABLE MISHAP

ELECTRIC CABLE MISHAP

An accident occurred at the works of the British (Guest Keen Baldwins) Company, Ltd.. at Splott, Cardiff, on Tuesday evening. Edwin Edwards, of Caerphilly-road. Cardiff, a labourer, was using a chisel when it came into contact with a live electric cable. He was removed to the Ro
29 August 1934 - Western Mail - Cardiff, Glamorgan, Wales
 
HEART TWICE NORMAL

HEART TWICE NORMAL

Accident Not Cause of Miner's Death -DOCTOR A verdict of "Death from natural causes" was returned at an inquest held at Tredegar on Tuesday by the deputycoroner, Mr. Trevor C. Griffiths, on William James Morris, aged sd, a miner at Pochin Colliery, living at Troedrhiwgwair, Tred
29 August 1934 - Western Mail - Cardiff, Glamorgan, Wales
 
MUST BE GOOD MIXERS

MUST BE GOOD MIXERS

President's Advice to Church Organists Church musicians must be good mixers. On this note Dr. Stanley Merchant, organist of St. Paul's Cathedral and warden of the Royal Academy of Music, concluded his presidential address to the Incorporated Association of Organists at Portsmout
29 August 1934 - Western Mail - Cardiff, Glamorgan, Wales
 
COURT TRIBUTE

COURT TRIBUTE

Paying tribute to the late Mr. IIhp! Williams at the opening of the Cowbridge Court on Tuesday, the Chairman (Col. H. R. Homfray) spoke of the unselfish service which he had rendered as a member of the bench for 20 years. It was decided to forward an expression of sympathy to th
29 August 1934 - Western Mail - Cardiff, Glamorgan, Wales
 
STATION DESTROYED

STATION DESTROYED

Fire brigades are fighting desperately to prevent the flames spreading to other reservoirs, and a special fire-fighting train has been despatched from Buenos Aires to try and save the town from Ult.' destruction. The Campana Railway Station was among the first buildings to be de
29 August 1934 - Western Mail - Cardiff, Glamorgan, Wales
 
THE TRADE UNIONS

THE TRADE UNIONS

Secret Reports on Fascism Are "A Revelation" The General Council of the International Federation of Trade Unions sat for the best part of Tuesday in private at Weymouth to consider the situation in Austria and Germany in connection with a report on measures to be adopted to comb
29 August 1934 - Western Mail - Cardiff, Glamorgan, Wales
 
SIR EDGEWORTH DAVID

SIR EDGEWORTH DAVID

millions for Australia through his discoveries of minerals, crammed more adventure into his lifetime than almost any other scientist of the day. The spirit of adventure took him to Australia from his Welsh home at the age of 24.
29 August 1934 - Western Mail - Cardiff, Glamorgan, Wales
 
NO OBJECTION

NO OBJECTION

" We should not object to such procedure." said Mr. James Griffiths (president 'of the South Wales Miners' Federation). "In fact, we expect the Government to intervene to get the owners to accept the award made by a statutory body (the National Industrial Board) set up by the Go
29 August 1934 - Western Mail - Cardiff, Glamorgan, Wales