CORRESPONDENCE. THE POXTYPRIDD LOCAL BOARD. TO THE EDITOR OF THE SOUTH WALES STAR. Sm,- "Vill you allow me to call the attention of my fellow-ratepayers to the fact that we never see reported the name of our Board of Health medical officer as being present at the Pontypridd Local Board. I think it can hardly be the fault of your reporter, for we find that the Ystrad, Barry, and Bridgend medical officers send in their monthly reports to the Board and why should we at Pont- ypridd not know the state of the health of our district. I asked a friend the other day what did our medical officer do. and he replied," Oh, he draws a salary." Perhaps some of the members will be able tr, explain his absence.—I am, &c.. A RATEPAYER. PROSELYTISM AT PENMARK. TO THE EDITOR OF THE SOUTH WALES STAR. SIR.-I am rather sorry to understand that the new vicar o: Penmark has already commenced upon his pro.-elytising operations. It is almost a pity to see a person in his position stooping' down so low to perform such a menial task. I really and heartily wish the vicar of the parish a better and higher ofF.ce than that. Such a practice is altogether unworthy of a gentleman and Christian minister. But then it is a practice of the vicar's own choice. Why should this be! Why not go out into the highways and fields and try and get thobt: who never attend any place of worship to come to Church, instead of trespassing OIL the rights of other people, instead of trying to induce them that are already members of Christian Churches. To persuade men to leave a Noncon- formist Church and come to a State-established Church is not Christianity, at any rate according to my idea of Christianity perhaps it is according to the vicar of Pemnark's idea. I suppose it is the new vicar's ambition to fill the church by any means, whether fair or foul. Let him go at it in a right honourable way. and I heartily wish him every success, but not until then. I hope that the ¡ vicar will improve his conduct in this respect. I am, &c., CONSTANT READER. THE COST PER CHILD AT THE LLAXDY- FODWG SCHOOL BOARD. TO THE EDITOR OF THE SOUTH WALES STAB. Sm.-In vour report of the proceedings of the above Board in your last issue you give the cost per child in this school as £ 3 4s. S^d. These figures should have been £ 2 15s. Id. This makes the material difference of 9s. 712(1. per child. The same mistake appears in the columns of your two local contemporaries. Kindly publish this in your next issue.—I am. kc., J. CAXNIFF, Board Schools. Gilfach Goch, Headmaster. TW 8th. 1891. —— — NANTYMOEL-ROW AND ITS DRUNKEN ESS. TO THE EDITOR OF THE SOUTH WALES STAR. DSAU SIR.—Kindly allow me space in your valuable paper for inserting a few remarks upon the above subiect. which appeared under the head- ing of "Na-tvmoel Notes" in your last issue. Your correspondent says that there were> eight casks of beer drunk, besides sundry bottles of whisky, by the inhabitants of Nantymoel-row. Are all'the drunkards of Nantymoel then living in this row ? Your correspondent confines himself to this street :,done. He seems to take a one-sided view of the matter, or perhaps he is prejudiced. We are ncz blind to the fact that Nantymoel- row lins ti dinv appearance, but I hope the occu- piers are not judged by outside aspect. His remarks in reference to the respectable parties are vague if they are such a few why not name them them. as now they are all under the stigma of drunkenness. Different people have different opinions regarding respectability, and I would thank your correspondent to be more explicit in his remarks. I hope your readers will not come to the conclusion that I uphold drunkenness— quite the reverse but what I wish to impress upon your correspondent is that he should not confine his remarks to Nantymoel-row alone, but look about him. and undoubtedly he will have k I plenty to remark about eIse"^reL^|gj^YT L, TO THE EDITOR OF THE SOUTH WALES 8TAB. gIRi in reading yourNantymoel correspondent s News and Notes in your last issue, I came across a paragraph about Xantymoel-row on a. Sunday morning." in which it was stated that eight casks of beer and some sundry bottles of whisky were partaken of. It is not my intention by writing this letter to deny this statement, which appears to be quite true. but as your correspondent seems to confio his views to Nantymoel-row alone, I would advise him to have his eyes open, and in his next notes report how many jacks and bottles are taken empty to a certain hotel, and brought back full every day. It is true that the appearance of Nantymoel-row is uninviting, and undoubtedly for that fact your correspondent seems to think the inhabitants are ditto. He says that there ore a few respectable persons living in the row, but by his notes he reflects Oil all. respectable or not. It would be a great deal better for your corres- pondent to write something better than he has done about Xantymoel-row. or become a missionary and at once commence to convert the drunkards. Thanking you in anticipation.^ TEG_ — THE RELIEF COMMITTEE AND MR. HARRISOX. TO THE EDITOn OF THE SOUTH WALES STAR. SIB—Having received no reply through your columns to my letter which appeared in your issue of November 27th either from Mr. De Boer or the committee he represents, ana learning that a letter had been written purporting to come from such committee to Mr. De Boer, who, in plaoe of publishing same in your last issue, has been flaunting it before the eyes of several persons to whom he was desirous of explaining his position. I take this opportunity of challenging Mr. De Boer in a straightforward manner to refute any statement contained in my previous letter, like- wise to publish the letter in his possession (which he has ahown me upon being asked for its pro- duction). I am informed by Mr. De Boer that it was the committee's opinion that were myself and two other crentlemen whom he named permitted to act conjointly with them the movement would un- doubtedly be a failure. I further challenge the committee to give any hiinu-tH'r reason for such an opinion, I may also state that as far as respecta- bility is concerned, although belonging to the working-class. I consider myself to be on an equality with those gentlemen who expressed the opinion that more prominent men were required, undoubtedly referring to capitalists and their satellites. Thanking you in anticipation, and for past favours, I remain.—Yours \c. Hon. Sec. R.A.O.B. Relief Fund. P.S.-In addition to the subscriptions which appeared in your columns last week, I have re- ceived the following :-Carlton Lodge G.S.B., j Cadoxton, £110:" Prince of Wales Lodge, Barry 16s. per Mr. S. Johns. £ 1 10s. od.; Mentone Lodge Poole, 5s. William IV., Cadoxton, £1 2s. 6d. Loyal Victoria Lodge, Holton, Barry Dock, .c3 15s. 6d.; King Charles, Bradford, 10s. Grand Lodge, Sunderland, £ 1 128.; Perseverance Lodge, Huddersfield. 41; Prince Charles. Huddersfield, 188.; steamship Bedlington (per Mr. D. W. 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CUTTING OFF A PONY'S TONGUE. A BRUTAL DRIVER IN THE RHONDDA. On Monday last at the Ystrad Police-court -(before Mr. J. Ignatius Williams (stipendiary), and Alderman W. Morgan), a driver named Giles Hudd. in the employ of Messrs. David Davies and Sous. Limited, was charged with injuring a pony belonging to the above named firm.—Joseph Morgan an ostler in the employ of the firm, said thathe left the pony alright about six o'clock on the morning of the 1st inst-.but when he saw it the same afternoon he found the tongue cut and bleeding. The defendant said he could not account for the occurrence unless the tongue had been cut when the pony fellmto a heap of rubbish, and this statement was borne out by two wit- nesses. William Jenkins, a haulier, said that the wound might have been caused by the horse slipping or by its biting its tongue.-Albert Bennett, of Heolfach. said that he was with the defendant on the day in question when the pony became unmanageable, and he rushed to its head and found its tongue cut and bleeding. David Rees, a veterinary surgeon, deposed that the tongue had been clean cut about inches from the tip. He gave it as his opinion that it would be impossible for the pony to have bit its tongue at that spot, and it would also be impossible for the cut to have been caused by a fall, but a cord pull tightly could have cut' the tongue.—The Bench were of opinion that, if the wound had been maliciously done it was the result of gross neglect, and the pony, which was valued at £18 was now utterly worthless, and they would inflict the highest pealty, A:2 and costs.
CONGL Y CYMRY. [DAX OLYGIAETH LLWYDFRYN.] BARDDONIAETH. GARDD GETHSEMANE. Oh! Gethsemane hoff mae'th enw di Ar lechres ysbrydoliaeth genym ni; Dy fri sy'n uchel, 0 anfarwol le Enwogwyd di gan Grist—etifedd ne'; Ar aden wyllt dychymyg awn ar hynt Yn ami iawn er gwül'd y pethau gynt Ddigwyddodd ynot. Hoff yw treulio'n wir Rhai oriau genyt, 0 santeiddiaf dir Pwy ? pwy sy'n d'od o'r ddinas hardwech draw, Ac eraill gydag ef, trwy'r glyn islaw ? Arr Iesu ydyw ? Ie i ble'r a A hithau'n nos !—y Ceidwad mwyn a da, Mae'n araf gerdded-baich pechodau byd Sydd arno Ef-yn drymach a o hyd. Mae'n myned draw i'r ardd er cadw cwrdd A'i nefol Dad. Gweddia am gael ffwrdd Y llethol faich—O anhawdd anferth own. Os yw yn bosibl. aed y e\\ pan hwn t; Heibio," medd Ef. D' ewyllys Di, er hyn, A wneler," ychwanegai. Iesu gwyn A yw mor dywyll arnat ? A yw'th fraich Yn colli 'i nerth ? Ai rhy drwm ydyw'r baich ? 0 Gethsemane dderch gweddio mawr Fu ynot ti dros euog fyd ar lawr Nid rhyfedd ydyw'r ffaith mai ffrwythog iawn Wyt ti, O ardd y gerddi. pan y cawn Fod Iesu Grist hoff, anwyl Geidwad dyn, Gynt wedi'th fwydo gyda'i waed ei hun. Gardd G-ethsemanc dynwyd gan ein Duw Ar fap yr arfaeth fel llanerch fechan wiw I'r Iesu ddal eymundeb pur a'r Net, Er mwyn cysuro 'i ysbryd pruddaidd Ef; Y glaswellt mewn gwyleidd-dra wrth ei draed Eu penau blvgent. megys dafnau gwaed Sydd yn eu harddu O olygfa fyw Rhai'n plygu, a rhai'n syllu arno'n syw Gardd Gethsemane cofir am y gwaith Wnawd ynot ti i dragwyddoldeb maith Dirdynol ddioddefiadau garodd Crist Pan ynot yn ymdrechu. Enaid trist Oedd ganddo yn barhaus hyd nes y daeth Hen angeu erch i'w rwymo am dridiau n gaeth. AP GWILYM. University College, Cardiff.
F VTAL ACCIDENT AT THE GARW VALLEY. THE DANGER OF RIDING OX TRAMS. Mr. Thomas Sfcockwood, coroner, held an inquest at the Pontycymmer Hotel, on Tuesday last touch- ing the death of Llewellyn Harris, 17 years of age, haulier, who met with his death at the Ffaldau Colliery on the previous Saturday under the cir- cumstances found in the following evidence.- Llewellyn Jones, a cousin of deceased, identified the body. He had been working in the valley for the past four or five years.—Gwilym Jenkins, 116, Oxford-street, Pontycymmer, haulier, said he saw deceased on the previous Saturday. He was in charge of a horse and tram. About 11.15 deceased was driving the tram (empty) towards the double parting. Witness followed about 50 yards behind him, with another horse and empty tram but another haulier, Thomas Griffiths, was between them. As they went on Griffiths callad out that deceased. was under a fall; witness did not hear the fall. It was not a very heavy fall, and witness ixmld see part of his body. Witness sent for assistance and went for the manager, leaving a, man named John Lewis and others to get the deceased out. They got him out in about ten minutes, when he was found to be dead. The tram was under the part of the fall, but the horse was not injured. There were timber posts on sach side of the road, about four feet apart, and tbout six or seven feet across from one side to the )ther. One of these timbers had been knocked lown but not broken. The fall consisted of one large stone, and several smaller ones.-By the [nspector of Mines The deceased's tram had got )ff the rails partly. Deceased was riding on the :ram when witness last saw him. If he had been it the head of his horse the fall would not have jot on him.—John Lewis said one corner of the ;tone lay on deceased's head. They got the horse :ree from the tram, which had gone off the rails, md then took deceased out, when he was found to je dead. He examined the tramway, and found :hat the tram had gone about 10 yards off the rails md had knocked one of the posts down, which :aused the accident.-By the Inspector: There vas a dip at the place of about two inches in Jie yard, and hauliers generally went down this rery sharply.-The jury returned a verdict of 'accidental death," adding that it occurred by leceased riding on the tram contrary to the rules .f the colliery, instead of being at his horse's head.
SUNDAY DRINKING AT MAESTEG. HEAVY FINE. At the Bridgend Police-court on Saturday David Llewellyn, publican, Angel Inn, Maesteg, was charged with selling beer without a license, inas- much as his only possessing a six days' license was alleged to have sold beer on Sunday.—Mr. T. J. Hughes appeared for the defence.-Police-con- stable E. Hopkin detailed the items noted during a watch of about two hours over the house in plain clothes in company with Police-constable William Jones. About 8.30 they saw a man named Evan Morgan coming from the direction of the Angel, and walk over the old tramway. About 9.15 they saw two men come out of the front door of the defendant's house, one being Morgan and the other a man living next door. At 9.25 they saw a woman come out with something bulky under her apron and go into her own house opposite. About 9.40 Evan Morgan again went in, and at ten o'clock a woman went in through the front door. At 10.10 they saw two men knock at the front door of the Railway Inn, but the door being immediately closed before them, they went in the direction of the Angel. They met Evan Morgan, and, after a short consultation, went around the bridge in the direction of the back door of defendant's house, and witness making a move towards the house, Evan Morgan rushed out througk the front with two other men. Witness went in and asked the landlord if there had been any drinking in the house, and called his atten- tion to the table, where there were several pints, two of which contained beer. The landlord denied having served any person that morning. Witness went after the two men and asked them to come back to the Angel, but they refused.- Cross-examined by Mr. Hughes The landlord did net wish me to get them back. He did not see the two men going in that came out at 9.15. Witness could not see the woman coming from her house. Witness was about 100 yards away from the front of the house.—Police-constable Jones having cor- roborated, Mr. Hughes submitted that there was no proof of sale. In the instance of a charge for opening his licenced premises it was one thing, but for selling beer without a licence the bench must have actual proof of sale.—The Clerk: No.—Mr. Hughes Yes, legal proof, according to the Act. He asked that a note be taken of his objec- tion, and decide upon the point.-The Chairman We are quite satisfied in Mr. Stockwood's opinion. We are also of opinion that beer was given as far as possible for money.—Mr. Hughes I should like to have your ruling upon it, and state a case. His case was that no beer had been served, and that the men did not go into the house that day. If the case was to be proved, why not have subpoenaed the two men to give evidence Stockwood said they could not.—Mr. Hughes said if subpoenaed the men must come there, but they may sub- sequently refuse to answer questions put to them. He called the landlord and his wife (Margaret Llewellyn), who stated that no person had been in their house before the police, and it was just then that they got out of bed.—Evan Morgan said he was not in the house or over the bridge at the back at all that morning.-The Bench fined de- fendant £ 3 including costs, and ordered his licence to be endorsed.-On the application of the owner of the house the Bench waived the latter decision if a new tenant was procured for the house in a timp
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Dear Sir Elm COTTAGE. STAIXJCS. March 3th 18D0 Will you kindly forward me another bottle of your Cream of Magnolia." I liked the h.st Verv much, and finds it suits my skin better than anything I have tried before.—Yours truly. STOT l KTlY From Prof..O'BYRXE, F.S.Sc.. M.C.P., F.Sh.S.. Principal of the University and Civil Service'coDe^e Dublin :— ° Mr. John Stepdman. Dublin. September 12th. 18C0 Dear Sir—Having used your Cream for some time past. I beg to sav that I consider it a mar- vellous preparation of great value to the skin. IT SOOTHS AXD ALLAYS THE IRRITATION o^ THE SKIX AFTER SHArrxG. My first experience of the delights of Cream cf Magnolia was m Pa As last year, and the Coiffeur who used it said his customers preferred it to Bay Rhum or other preparations for the face. Yours kindly, (Signed), J. P. G. O'Byiixk ETHEL DALZELL'S iimsioir OU1 BLUSH ROSE, ..t;l; 1 \J J. t J. -1 v -qj A charming and exquisitely perfumed preparation for enhancing the beauty of the faoe neck arms, and hands, giving the skin a pearl-like appearance. Prepared expressly (from the formula of an eminent Physician") By JOHN STEEDMAN, r ¡) 1 For his Daughter. ETHEL DALZELL. Prices—Is. Gd. and 3s. fid. Blush Rose Powder, Gd. and Is. IMPORTANT TO ALL. THE MOST WONDERFUL DISCOVERY OF THE AGE. JQEI STEEDIAI'S CURE-ILL PILLS. For the prevention and cure of Indigestion, which produces all the ills which flesh is heir to They are invaluable to both sexes.—They have never known to fail.—Try them—thousands of unsolicited testi- monials. Do not be misled by glowing advertisements of worthless preparations of which the market is teeming, but write direct to the sole preparer. JOHN STEEDMAN. Rugby Chambers Gt. James Street. Bedford Row. London, W.C.. late of 47. Fulliam Road. South Kensington, and 154, Oueena Road. Bayswatcr, who supplies them iii boxes at Is. IJd. and 2s. 9d. each. Post Free. ESTABLISHED ABOVE HALF A CEXTERY. None are genuine unless bearing JOHN STEEDMAN'S signature and specially observe that the name is spelt with two EE's. Please Note the Address :— JOHN STEEDMAN, RUGBY CHAMBERS, GREAT JAMES STREET, BEDFORD ROW, LONDON, W.C. KILL-PEST POWDER." AN Extraordinary Discovery for the Destruction of Vermin, i-specudhj BMlc* They like it and die at once. It is perfectly harmless to domestic animals. One trial will prove its efieiencv and a continuance of its use will exterminate them effectually. In Pap-liets: post free. 3d.. 6d.. and 9d. direct from JOHN STEEDMAN, RUGBY CHAMBERS, GREAT JAMES-STREET, BEDFORD-ROW, LONDON, AV.C., Late of 47, Fulham-road. South Kensington, and 154. Queen's-road. Bavswater. OBSERVE.—The Name is spelt with two EE's, and the only address is as above. ESTABLISHED ABOVE HALF A CEKTURY. JAMES PRICE, t f' -mm 1 H « fI1 :J -f o :< The Modern Bakery and Restaurant, Regent-street aqd Holton-road, BARRY DOCK. WHOLESALE a?;D RETAIL BAKER, PASTRY- COOK AXD CONFECTIONER. PURVEYOR TO THE PRINCIPAL HOTELS AND RESTAURANTS THROUGHOUT THE DISTRICT. BREAKFAST ROLLS. FEEXCH EOLLS. DIXXER COBS. VIEXXA BREAD. DIGESTIVE BREAD. JEWS' BREAD. SANDWICH LOAVES (all sizes). And a host of other Specialities Daily. PRICE'S A 1 PORK AND VEAL AXD HAM PIES An Ordinary daily at One. Private Sitting and Bedrooms. Tea, Coffee, Cocoa, Chops, and Steaks at all times. Finest Hungarian. English, and American Flour. Wholesale and Retail, at prices which cannot be beaten (for Cash), delivered at a few minutes' notice. Always a Large Stock of leading millers only to select from. I do not buy low-priced Flours. Huntley nnd Palmer's Biscuits—a great variety. Pattison's (the best) Sweets—a large stock. Cad- bury's Chocolate Goods—a varied assortment. Agent (either Buying or Commission), whole- sale only for fresh farm butter, new-laid eggs, home-cured hams and bacon, poultry of all kinds. kc.. kc., kc. CALL AT 104, HIGH-STREET, FOR T) UTTER, EGGSy c DIRECT FROM THE FARM. A Choice Selection of pure Confectionery alway in stock. [16 L ^yATTS AND gON, SHIPPIXG AND FAMILY BUTCHERS, 4, MARKET BUILDINGS, BARRY. SHIPPING AND FAMILIES SUPPLIED ON THE SHORTEST NOTICE. J. rpHOM AS, (Formerly Foreman of the G.W.R. South Wales Harness Department), gADDLER, HARNESS & COLLAR MAKER, HOLTOX-ROAD, DAnRY BOCK, (Opposite Central Police Station.) ALL ORDERS EXECUTED OX THESHORTEST NOTICE. E. 0. EY-ANS, & Sllip- eltandler, BARRY DOCK, (Close to Shipping Office). gUN FIRE OFFICE, FOUNDED 1710. Sum insured in 1890. £ 351,500,000. For further information apply to the following Agents Cadoxton Mr. B. G. Davies. :ilr. David Jones. E J. ROBERTS, PLUMBER. GASFITTER, SIGN-WRITER, -t. HOUSE-DECORATOR, &c., 81, HIGH STREET, BARRY, Established 1885. Thousands of Pieces of Paper from 2d. per Piece and upwards always in Stock. Largest Establishment for PAPER HANGINGS and GAS FITTINGS in the District. Estimates given. [31 T. PEARCE, HAIRDRESSER. TOBACCONIST, i: KEWS- H AGEXT. 12, VERE STREET, CADOXTOX. HAIR-BRUSHING BY MACHINERY. [35 THE BABEY TBJJMGr COMPANY, LIMITED, TIIOMPSOX-STJIEET, BARRr DOCK. Household Furniture and Ironmongery, CHEAPEST AXD BEST. BEDSTEADS AXD BEDS. TABLES AND STANDS. SOFAS AXD CHAIRS, KETTLES AND PANS, Easy Hire Purchase. CORX SEEDS AND HAY. OATS AND MIXED CORX FOR HORSES, POULTRY MIXTURE, GARDEN SEEDS, &c., kc. 21 BUILDING MATERIALS. COAL AND IRON. T)-KVID JO-NF-S &- CO. Accountants, Auctioneers, House and Estate Agents, & Mortage Brokers. LANDED ESTATES. HOUSE AND PROPERTY OF EVERY DESCRIPTION MANAGED Upon the most approved and Newest System. AGENTS FOR THE MERTHYR AND DOWLAIS BUILDIXG SOCIETY, And the Leading FIRE, LIFE, ACCIDENTAL, PLATE-GLASS, & GUARANTEE OFFICES