t I Empir Ab er dar,, e PRELIMINARY ANNOUNCEMENT. GRAIG HOUSE, ABERDARE. MR. J. H. JAMES, in conjunction with MR. GEORGE POWELL, will Sell on the Premises on Thursday, June 12, 1913, at 2 p.m. sharp, the whole of the Household Furniture and Effects. Goods on View Morning of Sale, 10 to 12. WELSH CIRLS SCHOOL, ASHFORD, MIDDLESEX. I Open Free Scholarships. THERE will be an Examination for J. Open Free Scholarships to above School early in July. For particulars apply, The Secretary, Dean Brownrigg, 127 St. Georges Road, London, S.W.. Re MARY THOMAS (Deceased), Y Craig, Aberdare. ALL Persons having any claims or demands against the Estate of the above-named deceased are requested to forward same to me, the undersigned, as soon as possible. Dated this 23th day of May, 1913. JOHN D. THOMAS, Solicitor. 29 Canon Street, Aberdare WALLPAPERS from l*d. per roll. Any quantity, large or small, lupplied at Wholesale Price*. Our stock exceeds 250,000 rolls of all classes. Write for patterns stating what class you require.—(Dept. 147) Barnett Wall- paper Co., Ltd., Knott Mill, Manchester i Monday, 1 June 9. | and during the Week, J ? *v*v*v*v*v** NEW THEATRE, ABERDARE. 7elephone No. 135, 6.30.] TWICE NIGHTLY [8.45. Six Nights, commencing Monday, June 9th Great Vaudevlllo Week. Enormous Attraction. IMPORTANT AND EXPENSIVE ENGAGEMENT OF THE WORLD'S GREATEST CONdURER- Chung Ling Soo CHUNG LING SOO 0 u 1 00 Chung Ling Soo In a Performance of Oriental Splendour and Weird Mystioism. CHUNG LING 800, assisted by Miss SUEE SEEN and a large Staff of Chinese Assistants, presents, in rapid succession, the most Beautiful. BaffliDg and Interesting Series of Illusions ever presented to the Public. CHUNG LING 800 will offer his Entertainment in Two Parts. Part 1 The Willow Pattern Plate. In which Quaint and Exquisite Manipulative Tricks amuse and bewilder the most astute minds. GEORGE MASTON, the great Yorkshire Comedian and Mimic. ELSIE NORMA, Comedienne and Dancer. MOLLIE BALDWIN, Soprano Vocalist. ALLSOP and BECK WITH, the Comedy Duo. YAZO, Violinist Extraordinary. In response to numerous requests- CHUNG LING SOO MATINEE I Ðn SATURDAY, June 14, at 2.30. Doors fpen at 2. I On this occasion CHUNG LING 800 will p'esent the whole of the After- noon's Programme, and, in addition to his Nightly Performance, he will introduce Special Illusions. Smoking will he strictly prohibited at the Matinee. Seats may now be booked. Telephone 135. Pant 2. CHUNG LING SOO will Introduce:- ASLEEP IN THE AIR. The most perplexing and bewildering experiment of its kind in the World. THE LIVING TARGET. The Shooting of an Arrow with a Cord attached through the body of Miss Suee Seen. » THE BIRTH OF THE PEARL. The prettiest illusion ever presented. A large Shell moar.ted on a rich carved pedestal. At a signal, the shell slowly opens, disclosing a large pink pearl which changes in a mysterious manner to a beautiful Maiden. THE KAGiO CAULDRON. THE MYSTIC BOTTLE. THE CREATION OF A BUTTERFLY. A DREAM OF WEALTH. Prices of Admission Upper Gallery 3d.; Floor Gallery, 4d Pit, 6d.; Circle, 9d, Orchestra Stalls aqd Front Circle, 1 s. Prepaid Small Advertisements. Inserted at the following specially low rates:- One week. 3 wks. 6 wks. s. d. s. d. s. d. 16 words 0 6 1 0 1 6 24 0 9 1 6 2 3 32 1 o 2 0 3 0; 40 1 3 2 6 3 9: 48 1 6 3 0 4 6 These charges apply only to the follow- in'* classes of advertisements :—Apart- ments, Situations (Vacant or Wanted). To be Let or Sold, Lost or Found, and Miscellaneous Wants. Remittances may be made by Postal Orders or half-penny stamps. If not prepaid double rate will be j charged. Advertisement and Publishing Offices, Cardiff Street, Aberdare. fclTlMTlONS VACANT. WANTED a young ladv of good ap- pearance and address to sell chocolates, etc.—Apply, Aherdare Cine- ma. -+- WANTKD a clean young girl for housework. Sleep home.—Appiy "Leader" Office. SITUATIONS WANTED. SITUATION Wanted by a girl (17) as getieraJL—Apply L, "Leader" Office. -+- WANTED light situation as Under- Nurse in gentleman's or business-; man's family. Age 16. Capable of plain sewing, Ac. Well recommembd.-Apply; 42, LEA-DEt Office. TO LET. OQ WORDSWORTH St., Cwmaman. OO —Apply to Mrs. Williams, 1, Graig Isaf, Monk Street, Aberdare. MOUNTAIN Ash Stables to let, Canal bank. Three excellent stalls and use of yard. Rental, 4/• weekly.—Apply, Jones, Glenside, Parade, Pontypridd. BAKERY to Let in Trevor Street, -D Aberdare.—Apply, Mr. W. Emer- son Williams, solicitor, Aberdare. HAIRDRESSER'S Shop, High St., Aberdare.—Apply Rock Brewery. APARTMENTS or Board Resi- dence for one or two gentlemen friends. Bath, hot and cold.—Ap- ply A. B., "Leader" Office. FOR SALE. BRASS Tenor Horn, complete in JL3 case. Bargain, f;l '-Davies, 21 %if)t,rt Street, Aberdare. TO he Sold by Private Treaty, 1 JL Graig Place, Aberdare, now in occupation of Mrs. Reynolds at £ 1 per month.—Apply, 1 G., "Leader" Office. Aberdare. PURE Bred Airedale. Cheap, 1 vear | 10 months.—Apply 16 l'anvbrvn Street. A SECOND-HAND Range and boiler. —Apply Tudor Williams, Gadlys, Aberdare. TWO Four-Wheeled Bread Vans. Float. 3'Elat Carts. Butcher or Baker's Covered Cart. Milk Churns. Cob, Pony, & Harness.-Collyer, Auc- tioneer, Mountain Ash. HAGGAR S TO-NIGHT: HUMAN TARGET (Great Circus Melodrama). NEXT WEEK: Fouis Startling Feature Films- Aurora Floyd (from the Novel by Miss E. M. Braddqn). Curse of Drink (Biograph Masterpiece). The Emperor's Crime (Patbe, Special). Bread of the People (Elite Star Film, 3,000 feet). ALL BAKERS SHOULD SEE THE STARTLING, ORIGINAL HUMAN DRAMA. PRINTING OF EVERY DESCRIPTION neatly and promptly executed at the "Leader" and "Tartan" Offioe. u ?* v** *»-? GJIItL £ >%#* v* *M* *M* v* *M* *^i MUSICAL. /J GUINEA KARN Organ, 21 stops, TCIlJ 12 sets of reeds, handsome solid walnut case, with bevelled plate mirror. Quite new. P,26 cash. Exceptional Baigain.—Harmston and Co., 7 Cardiff St., Aberdare. QQ GUINEA Cottage Overstrung OO Piano in Rosewood Case (1912 Model). Complete Iron Frame. Tape Check. Overdamper Action. Full Trichord. Special Bargain. Price, L21 cash.—Harmston & Co., Music Stores, Aberdare. OA GUINEA Rosewood Piano, Full OU Iron Frame (new October, 1912). Special. Reduced Price, tl9 cash.— Harmston and Co:, Aberdare. A MASSIVE, Strong Upright Iron Frame, Full Trichord Grand Piano in Walnut Case, Plain Panels, Powerful Tone, as new. Only used for one season's hire. A Real Bargain. X20 cash.—Harmston and Co., The Music Dealers, Aberdare. O/? GUINEA Walnut Upright Piano, ju\J with Two Marqueterise Panels. Returned from Hire. Suit Beginner. Easy Touch and Good Tone. Special Cash Price, £ 16.—Harmston and Co., Aberdare. TAKEN in Exchange, a good Walnut Upright Piano by Spencer, Lon- don, in excellent condition. A bright, full-toned instrument. Bargain price, JE12 cash.—Harmston's Music Saloon, Aberdare. TAKEN in Exchange, Piano by -L D'Almaine and Co., London. Walnut Case. Gilt Incised Panel. Carved Truss. Good Tone and Touch. To Clear. A Bargain. ,£10 cash. Harmston's, Aberdare. Education Act, 1902, Sec. 8 (1) & (2). Form 309 b.E. (Notice.) Wales. ABERDARE LOCAL EDUCATION AUTHORITY. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN in ac- cordance with the provisions of Section 8 (1) and (2) of the Education Act, 1902, that we, the undersigned, propose to enlarge the Cwmbach Church of England School, situated at Cwm- bach, in the County of Glamorgan, by pioviding additional accommodation for about Seventy-two Children. The Board of Education consider this en- largement to be such as to amount to the provision of a new School. The said School is conducted as a Volun- tary School or School not provided by the Local Education Authority under the conditions prescribed in Section 7 of the said Act, and religious instruction is given in school hours in accordance with the provisions of Section 7 (2) of the Elementary Education Act, 1870, and in conformity with the doctrines of the Church of England. The School will be available for the following area The Urban District of Aberdare. Signed, C. A. H. GREEN. MORGAN MORGAN. J. R. DEWI WILLIAMS. D. FRANK JONES. Dated 2nd June, 1913. I THB "ABBBDARB LEADBB" has TH1 GUARANTEED LARGIST CIRCULATION of IN THE ABERDARE VALLEY. I ANT NJEWSPAPM Workmen's Hall ABERCYNON. Monday, June 9 and each evening during the Week, at 7.55 j Doors Open 7. MATINEE Saturday at 3.30 j Dolors Open 3. That Triumph of Cinematography- LES iiniEir (after the immortal work of VICTOR HUGO). SPECIAL MUSIC, BEAUTIFULLY RENDERED BY OUR ORCHESTRA. Book your Seats by Post or 'Phone. 'PHONE No. 23, ABERCYNON. Convenient late Trains after the Show to all T.V.R. Stations. Aberdare Bakers' Strike. The strike of bakers in the Aberdare district, which commenced on Friday, came to an end on Monday, the men re- turning to work on day-to-day con- tracts. The local Co-operative Socie- ties granted the men's demands for an advance of 2s. per week and a reduction of three hours per week provisionally on condition that the other master bakers will make similar concessions. < nn — # R.H. MILES & SONS, 27 Victoria Sq., Aberdare; 18 Canon St., Aberdare; 56 Jubilee Rd.,Aberaman; I BEST QUALITY BRECONSHIRE LAMBS JOINTS 1/- PER LB. All Meat Stored in our own Cold Stores (omthe premises) during Hot Weather.
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Hirwain Cemetery Again. A meeting of ratepayers was held at the Vestry Hall, Aberdare, on Tuesday evening to consider the decision of the, Aberdare District Council to lay out a cemetery at Hirwain. No objection VdJS forthcoming, and a resolution ap- proving the scheme (the cost of which is estimated at £ 2,248) was carried 1111a- imously.
St. Mathew's Church Abernant. The 2nd annual tea, concert and dance were held in the Memorial Hall on Thursday last. A large number sat down at the tea tables, which were tastefully decorated. The following ladies presided at the tables: — Mrs- Evans, Bute Street; Mrs. Cox, Forge Place; Mrs. Devonald, Engineers Row; Miss Williams, Werfa; Miss Cox, Forge Place; Mrs. Hall, Richmond Terrace; Mrs. Howells, Fotliergill St. Cutters-iip: Mrs Davies, Office Houses Mrs. Morgan, Back Long Row; Mrs. Winnell, Blaenant; Miss Hopkins, Office Houses; Mrs. Carter, Back Trap Row. The following contributed to a splendidly arranged, musical pro- gramme:—Mr. Geo. H. Templeman, overture; Miss Julia Ingram, song- Misses Eunice and Gwladys Hale, dum- bell-drill; Mr. Griff Davies, R.A.M., Merthyr, song; Mr. Will Evans, comic song; Miss A. M. Morgan and Miss Maggie Davies, duet; Scouts Pole Drill, 1st A.W.C.B.S.; Mr. T Powell comic song; Mr. Willie Pink, mandoline solo; pianoforte solo, Miss Gwladys Brittain, L.L.C.M.; song, Mr. Griff Davies. The accompanists were Mr. ffeo" Templeman, Mr. W. T. Davies, Miss Gladys Brittain, L.L.C.M. In the unavoidable absence of Dr. Trevor Cory the concert was presided over by the Rev. D. J. Rowland, B.A. The refreshment stall was in charge of Mrs. Sheldon and Miss Winnie Llovd The secretary was Mr Thomas Hale. After th.eI concert dancing took place until midnight. There was a large number present. The M.C. was Mr. George Ltewis, and the music was provided by Mr. Burrows' Band^ Aberaman. G,mes were provided for non-dancers in the Gymnasium. Mr. T. Llovd catered.
Cwmbach Man's Tragic Death. On Wednesday morning, at the Cwm- bach Institute, Mr. R. J. Rhvs held an inquiry touching the death 'of David Williams, 23 Well Place, Cwmbach, a married man. The first witness was his brother, William Williams, who gave evidence of identification. Richard Thomas Vaughan said he saw deceased's bodv under the river bridge near the Plough Tip, Aberaman, at 3.45 a.m. on Saturday. He had evi- dently fallen over while on his way home, and he was quite dead. Wit- ness said he waS on his way to work at the time. D. C. Davies, landlord of the Lamb and Flag, Aberaman, deposed that de- ceased was at his house at 10.30 the previous night. The watch in de- ceased's pocket had stopped at 10.40. Dr. Murphy, Cwmbach, described the injuries, and said that Williams' neck was broken and skull fractured. Either of those injuries was sufficient to cause his death. P.C. Rowlands gave further evi- dence, and the jury returned a verdict of "Death trom misadventure."
ABERAMAN. DEATH AND INTERMENT. Mr William Lawrence, of 431 Cardiff Road, expired on Friday last after a short illness. Deceased was 72 years of age. He had been a faithful servant in the employ of the T.V.R. Co. for a number of years as a platelayer, and also in the employ of the G.W.R. Co., and the Bwllfa Collieries Co. Deceased celebrated his golden wedding last Christmas, as stated in the "Leader" at the time. He leaves a wife, four sons, land two daughters. The interment took place on Monday last at the Aber- dare Cemetery. The Rev. W. E. Davies, B.A., curate, Aberdare, officiated. The appended were the mourners:—Messrs Thomas, John, William Henry, and I Alfred Lawrence, sons; Ansell and Clifford Minett, grandsons; George Lawrence, Merthyr, and Thomas Lawrence, Aberdare, brothers; H. Taylor, brother-in-law; George Charles, John, Alec and David Taylor, "David and William Lawrence, nephews; Wil- liam Winstone and Frank Sturk. Mer- thyr. Much sympathy is felt with the bereaved family.
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CWMBACH. SCHOOL CONCERT.—Two very suc- cessful school concerts were held at the Cwmbach Public Hall on Wednesday and Thursday evenings (May 28th and 29th) by the children of the Cwmbach National Schools. The conductors were Mr A. T. Jenkins, Mrs U.S. James, and Mr J. M. Shelby James. The accom- panist was Miss M. Jones. The con- cert opened with the song, Welcome," by the choir and seven little girls from Standard 1. This was followed by the chorus, May-day morn," By the choir. Miss Ceinwen Phillips, dressed in the style of years ago, then sang When I was a girl you know." Then followed the Ribbons and Tassels Drill by the following girls: Winnie Davies, Lily M. Lloyd, Rachel M. Morris, Beatrice Davies, Sybil Phillips, Dora Evans, Elsie Sweet, Rose Shephard, Lizzie Whitcombe, Martha H. Williams, Lily Ellis, Eunice Uoyd, Katie Jones, Mor- fydd Rogers, Dorothy Everett, and Brenda Harris. Miss Doris Jenkins gave a beautiful rendering of Whisper and I shall hear," the chorus of which I hummed by the alto boys was very effec- I tive. A very pretty picture was formed by the following eight little girls:- Tydvil Lacey, Georgina Jarman, Mar- garet J. Williams, Olwen T. Davies, Cordelia Williams, Eleanor Davies, Beatrice Davies, and Mary Lewis, with bare feet and dressed in their night- gowns carrying candlesticks and dolls singing Gopd Night." Then followed the bucket and spade drill by 20 infants. This was well done, and afforded great amusement to the audience. The choir gave a fine rendering of the chorus, The Young Rose" (Noel Johnson). The Maypole dance was introduced by 16 infants, who, though very young, plaited their ribbons very cleverly in- deed. The second part of the pro- gramme opened with the waxwork show. The part of showman was taken by Master Cyril Lloyd, while that of his attendant was taken by Master Ted Ellis. The characters represented were: Britannia, Miss Fanny Evans; Scot- land, Miss Nancy Richards; Ireland, Miss Daisy Evans; Wales, Miss Rosie Beck; Y Collier Bach, Leslie Wil- liams; Father Christmas, Trevor Shepherd; Farmer's Wife, Florrie
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MOUNTAIN ASH. WHEN YOURE OUT, drop in and s -c us about that new suit. Summer suitings in great variety at Tom Davies and Son's, Pryce Street. NODDFA.—The yearly meetings of Noddfa Welsh (C.M.) Church were held on Sunday and Monday, three services each day. Large congregations were present, and the eloquent sermons of the special preachers—Revs. M. P. Morgan, Blaenannerch, and E. P. Jones, B.A., B.D., Treorchy—were lis- tened to with verv great interest. NEATEST AND NATTIEST NECK- WEAR for gents at Ted MacGregor's, Oxford Street establishment. Mac makes a speciality of Straw Hats. INTERMENT.—The interment of the mortal remains of Edith, daughter ot Mr. and Mrs. Phillips, Wenvoo House, Hamilton Street, took place on Mon- day afternoon in Caegarw Cemetery. The Rev. O. Jenkins, Noddfa, offi- ciated at the graveside. Mr. Frank Mills carried out the funeral arrange- ments. 1
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PENRHIWCEIBER. OUTING. The employees of the Penrhiwceiber Co-operative Society held their annual outing on Thursday last. The selected place was Westou-super- mare, whence they motored to Wells. The historical city, with its ancient cathedral, proved most interesting to the visitors. About 18 made the journey, They returned home by the 11 p.m. train after a most enjoyable day.
ABERCYNON. APPOINTMENT. Mr Bert Wilton has been appointed organist of the Lnghsh Congregational Church in the signed Bessie Kelly, who has re- "THE STOLEN JEWELS." The above picture was a most appreciative one at the Abercynon Cinema, Work- men's Hall, on Thursday, Friday, and Saturday nights last. There were full audiences each evening, and Mr Hueh Davies operated the lantern. WORKMEN'S HALL. — On Monday, wl it i ? eacil evening during the tl?- triumph of Cinematography, Les Miserables," after the work of the immortal Victor Hugo, will be ex- hibited at the Hall at 7.55; doors open at 7.0. Matinee on Saturday at 9.30. Special music will be rendered by the orchestra. Book your seats by post or by phone, No. 23, Abercynon. Conven- ient trains will be run on the T.V.R. after the show each evening.
Death of Dr E. Prichard Evans, Mountain Ash. It is with great regret we announce the death of Dr. Edward Prichard Evans, J.P., which took place at hi& residence, Duffryn Ffrwd, Mountain Ash, at 11 o'clock on Wednesday morn- ing. The deceased gentleman had re- sided at Mountain Ash for 33 years. He was the son of the late Thomas Puchard Evans, and was born at Iroedyrhiw House, Ystrad Mynach, on January 29th, 1854. He was educated at Cowbridge Grammar School, Normal "M College, Swansea, and gained his first jfl practical experience at the famous Mid- W ulesex Hospital, London. His degrees- College, Swansea, and gained his first. College, Swansea, and gained his first jfl practical experience at the famous Mid- W ulesex Hospital, London. His degrees- were M.R.C.S. (England), L.R.C.P. (Edinboro'), and L.S.A. Surgeon. He was made J.P. for Glamorgan County in 1891, and held the position of Medical Officer of Health to the Mountain Ash District Council for manv vears. He was a partner of the late' Dr. E. W. S. Davies, succeeding that gentleman in his practice and also in the position of Medical Officer of Health. He was vurgeon to Messrs. Nixon's Mountain Ash Colliery workmen, and the G.W.R. Prov. Society, and was medical referee to several Insurance Companies. The genial doctor was greatly interested in sport, and was a capital shot. It will undoubtedly be a great surprise to many of the people of Mountain Ash to know that he was for some little time a Lieut. in the now defunct 2nd Glam. Rifle Volunteers. He was a member or the executive of the East GIam. Agricultural Society. The doctor had been confined to the house for about 9 months, and was medically attended by his partner. Dr. Arthur T. Jones. and Dr. Trevor Cory, Aberdare. There are five children surviving him: Mrs Ernest Thomas, Whitchurch, Cardiff; Lieut. T. Windsor Prichard Evans; Miss Kitty Evans, Mr. Austin Prichard Evans, Medical Student, Cardiff, and Mi. Lindsay Prichard Evans, Student ot Mining.
Aberdare Motor Cycle Club- The result of the reliabilitv trial is as follows :-lst, Mr. R. P. Jones, 3* Rover and Sidecar; 2nd, Mr. J. Hop- f. kins, 6 h.p. A.U.S. and Sidecar; 3rd, Mr. J. R. Bowen, 3t h.p. Premier (no- sidecar).
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Bryant; Servant Girl, Katie Jones; Yesterday in crinoline dress and bonnet, busie Brown; To-day in hobble skirt and fashionable hat, Lily M. Lloyd; Suffragette, Lizzie Exton; Sleep- ing Beauty, Irene Lloyd; Dentist and Sufferer, Richard Elton and T. George Davies; Red Riding Hood, Gladys Harris; Milkmaid, Beatrice Morgan; The Old Woman who lived in a Shoe, Miss Morfydd Davies; Boy, Walter Harris; You Dirty Boy, Violet Davies and Fred Mullins. The choir then sang "Echoes in the Orchard." The next item was the Queen Anne Fan Song, the solo part being taken by Miss Lizzie Gwen James, the movements and dances being performed by 16 girls. The boys then assisted with their Jolly Tars drill. They were dressed as Tars, and their drills and movements were admirably performed. The choir sang the Unison Song, "Going to Bed," with seven little girls groping over stage with candles. The next item, The Lifeboat Crew," wasjrery well sung and performed, by six boys and six girls. Sweet and Low" by the choir was much appreciated. The next item was The Fairies" song and dance by 16 girls. The dances were very daintily performed, and the voices were very fine. The Union Jack was the next item, which afforded a series of very strik- ing tableaux by the manipulation of the National flags. The various choruses were well sung, and appropriate actions performed by the 32 children who re- presented the four countries. The last tableau, when Miss Fanny Evans dressed as Britannia, wearing helmet and carrying sceptre, enwrapped in the Union Jack, received the homage of the 32 flag bearers, formed a striking pic- ture. The concert ended with the sing- ing of the National Anthem. The work of the children was very praiseworthy, and great credit is due to those re- sponsible for their training.
f + yf PARISH CHURCH.—Holy Commun- ion was celebrated at 8 and 11 o'clock services, in St. Margaret's Church last Sunday morning. The Revs. Aeron Davies and T. J. Morgan officiated. The Te Deum and Benedictus were sung tc Field in F, and the communion ser- vic- to Tours in A. Evensong was con- ducted by the vTicar, the Canticles being sung to Garrett m F. NONCONFORMIST DEMONSTRA- TION.—At a meeting held at Duffryn Street Chapel on Sunday evening it was decided to hold a united demonstration of the massed choirs of all the English Dr-d Welsh Chapels in Mountain Ash. There were 10 conductors present, and Mr. Evan Morgan was appointed secre- trrj\ and Mr. W. Badhain conductor. MAC'S THE MAN for Caps. They are selected from the best makers in the country, and are bang up to date. Ted MacGregor, Oxford Street.