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¡ Prepaid Small Avertisements. inserted at the following specially low rates:— One week. 3 wks. 6 wks. 12 words 0 9 1 9 3 0 20 „ 1 0 2 6 4 0 28 „ 1 3 3 3 5 0 86 „ 1 6 4 0 6 0 44 „ 1 9 4 9 7 0 These charges apply only to the follow- ing classes of advertisements :—Apart- ments, Situations (Vacant or Wanted), To Let, Lost or Found, and Miscellaneous Sales and Wants. Trade Advertisements will be charged an additional 50 per cent. Properties for Sale or Wanted at I double above rate. If not prepaid extra will be charged. Advertisement and Publishing Offices, 19 Cardiff Street, Aberdare. All replies to be called for at the Office. Advertisers who desire to have replies sent to them should forward stamps. WANTED. WORKING Housekeeper, age over W 40. Widows unsuitable. Apply by letter only.—Dr. Jamison, Aber- cynon Road, Abercynon. HOUSE ill Aberdare or Aberaman, from £ '1 to 25s. £ 1 given for key.-Apply, T.D., Leader Office. Aberdare. GENT'S Bicycle. Must be cheap.— Apply, -1, Leader Office. GOOD General.—Apply, Miss Moses, Redcroft, Llwydcoed. LADY Assistant. Must have had drapery experience.—Masters & Co., Ltd., Oxford St., Mountain Ash. SMART Boy to take out parcels, etc. —ripply, Illtyd Williams,'Draper, Aberdare. A SSISTANT Dressmaker at once. AS to 10 years' experience.—Apply with full particulars, J. H. Powell and Son, Emporium, Cwmaman. GOOD, strong day girl for business house.—Apply, Mrs. Lloyd, 17 Commercial Street, Aberdare. HOUSE in Aberdare. Rent, 2os. to 28s. £ 1 given for key.—Apply, H.O., Leader Office. BOY, 14 upwards, to deliver milk. Good wages for suitable lad. — Apply, Lewis, Pant Farm, Cwmbach. MAN and Wife without children wanted to keep house for widower.—Apply, 46, "Leader" Office. WANTED to Buy a Second-hand Piano, to suit learner. Apply by letter, giving price, to F.O., Leader Office. TO LET. HOUSE in Park Lane, Aberdare. Immediate possession. — Apply, A.G., Leader Office. QUEEN'S STUDIO. Apply, 27 Whit-combe Street. HOUSE and Shop, 46 Lewis Street, Aberaman, to let. — Apply, Garth, Abernant Road, Aberdare. FURNISHED or unfurnished rooms. J. Suit respectable couple without children, or two ladv friends.—Apply, 42M, Leader Office. MISCELLANEOUS. CHIROPODY.—Corns, Bunions, In- C growing Toe-Nails are dealt with on scientific methods by a certificated chiropodist. Residences visited any- where in district. Moderate fees. Lewis, 1 Canon Street (Opposite Post Office), Aberdare. J FINE h CO., 18b .Whitoorohe • Street, Aberdare, are buying .41 telling Second-hand Furniture. KARSWOOD Chick-Rearing Meal, JjL lid., and Karswood Chicken Powder, 2d. packets, make sturdy chicks.John Davies, Corn Merchant, Duke Street. SHALL Germany starve Britain? Not if every poultry-keeper pro- duces every egg possible. Karswood Spice, containing ground insects, will help. 2d., 6d., is. Arthur Jon.s, Cash Stores, Pontcynou. C1ASH WANTED.—Lady offers pri- ) vately valuable presentation set of table cutlery, consisting of 6 table knives, 6 dessert knives, pair meat carvers and steel. Unsoiled. Accept for immediate cash. 19/6. Approval willingly.—Write 675, Leader Office. 6 6 ERMANY means to starve us VJT out," says Mr. Neville Cham- berlain. Let every poultry-keeper strike for Britain by producing more eggs. Karswood Harmless Poultry Spice, containing ground insects, will help.' Packets 2d., 6d., Is. Try it from John Davies, Corn Merchant, Duke Street, Aberdare. << ERMANY means to starve us VJT out," says Mr. Neville Cham- berlain. Let every poultry-keeper strike for Britain by producing more eg^s Karswood Spice will help- 6d?, Is.—Davies & Son, Taft Stores, Duke Street, Aberdare. IT is easy to rear every chick to lay at six months old if you sprinkle Karswood Chicken Powder, containing ground insects, regularly over their soft food. 2d., 6d., ls-Jones, 9 Oxford Street, Mountain Ash. NO DEAD CHICKS.—To make your poultry pay, you must rear every chick, and the only sur way to do this is to feed them for the first three weeks exclusivelv on Armitage's No. 1 Origin- al Dry Chisk Food, and follow on with Armitage's No. 2 Crow-On C-hicken Mixture, and Armitage's No. 3 Small Chicken Corn. Manufactured by Ar- mitage Brothers, Ltd., Poultry Food Specialists, Nottingham.—Sold by D. J. Price, Royal Stores, Penrhiwceiber; W. L. Herhert, Herbert Stores, Cwm- aninn. Aberdare: John Davies, Duke Street, Aberdare; T. L. Oastree, Corn Merchant, Mountain Ash; Jones Bros., Margaret Street, Abercynon; li. R. Pugh, Margaret Street, Abercynon. Mrs. M. A. HARRIS Widow of the late Mr, J. W. Harris, who for many years carried on the business of PHOTOGRAPHER at the Triumph Studio, 1 Station St, Aberdare, Begs to thank all those who patronised the late Mr. Harris, and respectfully solicits the continuance of the same to her The Business will be carried on as usual, and all orders entrusted to her will be executed with promptness. VICTOR FREED Has the FINEST SELECTION OF HIGH CLASS PIANOS and ORGANS in the District. All the FAMOUS MAKES Represented. Good Prices allowed for Second-hand Pianos. Very Liberal Cash Discounts allowed. Send for CATALOGUE before purchasing elsewhere. 57 & 59 OXFORD ST., MOUNTAIN ASH. THE PALACE MOUNTAIN ASH. MONDAY, TUESDAY, WEDNESDAY, May 21st, 22nd and 23rd. HOBART BOSWORTH, the celebrated Star, in- 'The LAND DF BRDAEN PROMISE' or The aqui, a Trans-Atlantic masterpiece, in four reels. Following week.—Gladys Cooper, the idol of the British Stage, in Marie Corelli's "THE SORROWS OF SATAN." DBILL HALL, Mountain Ash. Annual EISTEDDFOD (under the auspices of the Mountain Ash Young Choristers Juvenile Choir.) Saturday, July 21, 1917. ADJUDICATORS: Music W. J. EVANS, Esq., Aberdare, Recitations, Rev. G. H. JONES, Mt. Ash. Great Juvenile Choir Competition open to Choirs not under 40 in number and under 16 years of age, either of the following :— I sing because I love to sing Pinsuiti ''The Stream and the Flower T. Price 1st. Prize £ 4. and chair value £ 3 3s. 2nd. £ 1 & Silver Mounted Baton Valuable prizes also given for Congregational Choirs, Champion & other Solos, Recitations etc. Programmes now ready id. each, by post i^d. L. J. DAVIES, Myrtle Villa, Harcourt Road, j4ountain Ash. PROPERTIES FOR SALE. HOUSE in Glancynon Terrace, Aber- aman.—Apply, Wm. Thomas, Esq., Solicitor, Aberdare. LOST. 1^1 RID AY last, between Cwmaman and Aberaman, handle-starter of motor cycle. Finder rewarded 011 re- turning to 99 Fforchaman Road, Cwm- aman. FOR SALE. HEARSE, light, glass sides, equal new, low price. Cash or terms.— Marston. 24 Bradford St., Birmingham. I^ILNERAL Coach, with child's coffin box, equal new. Cash or terms.—Marston, 24 Bradford Street. Birmingham. IjllNAL Reductions. — White Leg- horns, White Wyandottes, Buff Orpingtons, Anconas, Rhode I. Reds. Eggs for sitting from 4s. to os. dozen. Chicks, 10s. to 12s. Broody hens. — Davids, Fruiterer, Jubilee Road, Aber- aman. DAY Old Chicks, from best pedigree layers, R.I. Reds, White Wyan- dottes, and Barred Rocks, Is. each.—■ Jones, 3 Broncynon Terrace, Aberdare. ("^AMPINES Eggs and Broody Heas. —Chidgey, Derihir Farm, Llwyd- coad, Aberdare. EGGS for Sitting. — R.I.R., Leg- horns and Wyandottes. Eggs, 4s. 6d. per dozen. Chickens, double. No better layers than the parents of these.tephens, 10 George Street, Aberaman. ABERDARE AND DISTRICT CHORAL SOCIETY. 1 PRACTICES of the above Choir JL have commenced for the S-econdi Annual Concerts in aid of the Funds of I the General Hospital, and are held in the different Sections, as follows:— Trecynon, Ebenezer Hall: Tuesday j evenings at 7.45. Sunday afternoons at 3.45. Town, Siloa Hall: Wednesday evenings at 7.45. Aberaman, Lesser Hall: Tuesday evenings at 7.45; Sunday afternoons at 3.45. A hearty invita- tion is given to all Singers to join now. —D. J. Williams, Hon. Sec.

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