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THE DECLINE IN

THE DECLINE IN

FARMING. 44,000 Fewer Acres Occupied. Agricultural returns of England and Wales for 1932, subject to revision, were issued by the Ministry of Agriculture on Thursday . The total agricultural area in June by occupiers of holdings exceeding one acre was 30,535,000 acres, a further
5 August 1932 - Western Mail - Cardiff, Glamorgan, Wales
 
BATHING.

BATHING.

INQUEST STORY OF BOYS' FATE. RELIEF FUND OPENED. Bow four Cynnner boys were drowned while bathing at Aberavon was described at an inquest held by Mr. B. Edward Howe at Port Talbot on Thursday. Two wrecks, it was statvd, were close together on the beach and a deep pool 80 to 100
5 August 1932 - Western Mail - Cardiff, Glamorgan, Wales
 
GLAMORGAN POLICE.

GLAMORGAN POLICE.

Inspection of "A" Division at Aberdare. Lieut.-col. W. D. Allan. 0.8. E. (tI.M. Inspector of Constabulim) on Thursday inspected member.; of "A " Division (Aberdare Valley) Police at the Drill-hall, Aberdare. The police were under Superintelident Edward Jones and Inspectors Owen
5 August 1932 - Western Mail - Cardiff, Glamorgan, Wales
 
SAW HER OWN MEMORIAL DEDICATED. LADY WINNINGTON'S EXPERIENCE. Lady Wiunington, widow of Sir Francis Winnington, Bart., of Stanford Court, Worcestershire,

SAW HER OWN MEMORIAL DEDICATED. LADY WINNINGTON'S EXPERIENCE. Lady Wiunington, widow of Sir Francis Winnington, Bart., of Stanford Court, Worcestershire,

who died last year, had the unusual experience on Thursday of witnessing the dedication in Stanford Church of a stained glass window in memory not only of her husband but of herself. The window bears the inscription:— "In loyi:.g memory of Sir Francis Winnington, fifth baron, bo
5 August 1932 - Western Mail - Cardiff, Glamorgan, Wales
 
THURSDAY'S EVENTS AT THE ROYAL NATIONAL EISTEDDFOD,

THURSDAY'S EVENTS AT THE ROYAL NATIONAL EISTEDDFOD,

A GENERAL VIEW OF THE GORSEDD CEREMONY at the National Eisteddfod on Thursday. THE PARTY ATT.ENDING THE LUNCHEON given by Capt. and Mrs. A. M. Talbot Fletcher at Margam Castle to meet Mr. Lloyd CAItDIFF STRING ORCHESTRA (Conductor. Mr. Herbert Ware), winners o( tit , Si t *Georg
5 August 1932 - Western Mail - Cardiff, Glamorgan, Wales
 
TESTING METHODS.

TESTING METHODS.

These practical tests are carried out .n what is termed a coal test plant. This is really a carbonising plant on a miniature scale complete in every detail, with retorts and all ancillary plant and complete with a small gasholder, so that the yields of gas, coke, breeze, tar and
5 August 1932 - Western Mail - Cardiff, Glamorgan, Wales
 
TRAFFIC AT THE WELSH PORTS,

TRAFFIC AT THE WELSH PORTS,

GL ASS, HAIRBRUSF-lES, CUTLERY & I'OYS FROM GERMANY. IMPORTS. EXPORTS. Aug. 'Arr. canned fruit, Co s”,lety. Ltd. Hubert Water.;; Shut melon", R. ;.,ot roc:ons, 540 ly.i.hrle rOtatocF. John CARDIFF. ENTERED OUTWARDS.—Aug. 4. Bcvrouth, Ereno, Pan., 2,336 (Telleria), (tueret, Llewe
5 August 1932 - Western Mail - Cardiff, Glamorgan, Wales
 
TENDERS FOR SUPPLIES.

TENDERS FOR SUPPLIES.

TENDERS are INVITED for the Supply of the following Goode to the TYDFIL LODGE (Public Assistance Committee' and MARDY ISOLATION HOSPITAL, Merthyr Tydfil, for a PERIOD OF SIX MONTH commencing from the Ist OCTOBER, 1932. via:— For Supply to Tydfil Lodge only Coal, Tobacco end Snuf
11 August 1932 - Western Mail - Cardiff, Glamorgan, Wales
 
-1 AND SECOND-HAND MOTOR CARS, MOTOR CYCLES, BICYCLES, Etc.

-1 AND SECOND-HAND MOTOR CARS, MOTOR CYCLES, BICYCLES, Etc.

AND SECOND-HAND MOTOR CARS, MOTOR CYCLES, BICYCLES, Etc. MOTOR CARS. intrured ; good coo. bar,:a,n, £14.-73. Ton-row. It Tyre! (not re•treads); mks.. 27 X 4.40, 1 . , ; 30x 4 . 50, r size pro rata.— it ..P.;;:ro-t. Tel. 38G0. 1 TION 1 DI:I'. ‘wAy. ,1 Tw , :-seaters. ~h •. 1 . ona
11 August 1932 - Western Mail - Cardiff, Glamorgan, Wales
 
INO PLATS of £l5O.

INO PLATS of £l5O.

JOIR•DA 7 VIVRE 8-7 (Sir D Broughton) 8 Wragg 1 OUR LADY F 8-4 (Mr H Contill) Bmlth 2 LIOUC TTTTT C 8-7 (Mr J(lips) Perryman 3 Alm nn--Spa Gl.l IJ Caldwell). Warbler (8 Drnoghne.. Goutte d'Or IA Ismirte). Evans g IG Killiamel. J(phy IJ Tarkr). Esla f (T Whitehead). Countess Wile
11 August 1932 - Western Mail - Cardiff, Glamorgan, Wales