ABERDARE EDUCATION COMMITTEE. On Wednesday, July 4th, Mr. Irlwal Thomas in the chair. Present: Nli's. Davies, Messrs. Evan Jones i^'Winaman), John Evans, George (Veil, L. N. Williams, J.P., Wm. J^es, J.P., T. Walter Williams, Og- yni Williams, John Gnffiths, \V Wrenee, with Mr. T. Hotting 'Oil-fetor) and Mr. Tom D. Jones Assistant director). Report of Conference. The Di- "ec"toI- gave a report of a conference Jf Education Committees, attended y the chairman and himself on June Rand 9. It had been felt that Part Ill. Authorities were not sufficiently ■^Presented on the executive com- mittee, and the president, in order avoid an election, suggested that '()uI* members of Part 111. Authori- ty's be co-opted. That was accept- ^1, and one member from South "*ales, Mr. Milton Jones, Ponty- ^ri<ld. was appointed. Mr. Fisher, Resident of the Board of Education, «HldlvsSed the meeting, and spoke in verv sympathetic strain. Every- Olle felt that in Mr. Fisher they had ■' Hian who knew what hfe was talk- lng about, and one who was in sym- pathy with educational work in gen- *al.—The chairman added a few *v°i'ds. Private Schools. The Director that some time ago the com- tee prepared certain answers to -1 number of set questions put by the Association of Education Commit- i es- A general report had now 'x be^u issuec]_ Mr. Botting gave the ^°ard of Education had taken any 'r Vf'rs lor the inspection of priva-te- t, di-ict(-d Secondary Schools.—-Mr hting: 1 do not think that they v Ve assumed any compulsory Mer*, but they do inspect Volun- 1 !v Schools when asked. The best r !vate schools in the counjtrv are Jf^g inspected.—Mr. T. W'. Wi 1- Some of them are never in- §Pected, and in the interest of l)^COllc^ar.v Education they ought to L It is highly important-. Ifi Work.—There was a circu- from the War Agricultural Com- t itt" for Glamorgan re voluntary c'lru wor^ hy teachers and school- ^'klrcn.—Mrs. Davies moved that nP'es be s £ nt to the schools.— r \rrie<l. Scholarships. Coil nt.v School ^iJOJarshipd were grunted to the g; l°\ving 16, being 8 boys and 8 IUq i The maximum number of i J was 32o: — Bovs: Reginald \y^"piyu. Higher Std'. School, 271; tijrl1 1. James, H. St. School, 269; ()r(I Powell, Aberaman School, ReS- Geo. Lewis, Aberaman^ C'h j Gwanwyn Davies, Town 1^1-Gh School, 248; Leonard Stone- t I*6'- Higher Std. School, 246; Dd. V1*- Town Church, and Jack i °i11QS, Town Church, 232 each.— N. R. Williams, Park School, iSr.L' Eluned S. Williams, Park 274; Phyllis M. Lloyd, Glyn- 5^0cL26o; Sarah G. Jenkins, Park, ojj Phyllis M. Thomas, Town Coun- Arr,°hool, 248; Caroline 'Williams, Arr,°hool, 248; Caroline Williams, •1^ '<!1 School, and Dorothea G. ■if IIs. R.C. School, 243 each; Helen 0(1 '0df()i-d. Town Council, 240.—Mr Powell rlrew attention to the Wk ^hat the girls' marks were V0 ,'r than the boys.—Mrs. Davies r,Vv„ilte beginning to come into our Ci" (Laughter.) *'■—The Director reported that Mrs. 7). 11. Llewelyn, Aber- 4\T had presented 1,500 books, ML Ration's Heroes," to the local Mt}j children." The hook dealt ^ivp, '-he subjects of the statuary Hy' E<U'd Rhondda to Cardiff ^fijj:j~Mr. George Powell moved a -H).s l;i' vote of thanks to Mr. and 'hi p Llewelyn for the gift. It was .&te(jCarnPle which ought to be imi- 'J,v others.—Mr. Ogwen Wil- seconded, and the motion was rie(I S. A. Davies, 'tst°\vii; Mrs. E. Da es, Aber- Wo nnd Tal Jones, Highland ^Gtter Day. — The Director JHie<] that the Aberdare Gen- I 1th. yr°spital would be opened on LJth. It was going to be a great day and a general holiday was to be observed in town. He asked for instructions as to whether tlie schools should be closed in the after. noon.—Kesolved thIn the schools be given a half-holiday.
Staff and Management Committee. The following appeared in the above committee's report:— Staff Changes.—The following ap- pointments of students about to leave the Training Colleges were made, the engagements to commence after the midsummer holidays and to be regarded as temporary during the continuance of war conditions :—Mr. B. G. Davies, Normal College, Ban- gor; Mr. B. G. Jiunge, Normal Col- lege. Bangor; Miss L. 1L Evans, Training College, Hereford; Miss S. D. Davies, Training College, Ports- mouth.—It was resolved that Miss G. Edward*, of Hereford College, and Miss F. M. Morris, Fishponds College. lif be asked to attend at the Education Office for interview 'with a view to their appointment.— The Managers of the R.C. School ap- plied for the Committee's sanction to the appointment of Mrs. Jane Kenny as uncertificated teacher after the Midsummer Holidays, it was resolved that the appointment be. sanctioned on the terms and con- ditions relating to the appointment of married women in the Commit- tee's service.—A letter was read from Private W. J. Williams, for- merly an uncertificated teacher at Glynhafod School. stating that he had been in Hospital and had been Ub.cod in luictee with a view to his being transferred into the lieserve (Class W) for civil employment. It was re- solved that Mr. Williams be offered a 'temporary appointment in the event of his being transferred into the R eselTe. Cwmaman Boys' School. -A re- port was read from the head master of the Cwmaman Boys' School stat- ing that the accommodation of the School was already insufficient, and that after the Midsummer Holidays there would be no room to accommo- date the new Standard 1, numbering about SO pupils. It was resolveÜ that temporary accommodation be [ secured in Cwmaman, and the Direc- tor was instructed to make enquir- ies as to suitable chapel schoolrooms in the district.
Up & Down the Valley. ABERC WMBOI. GREAT SALE at Prance Wil- liams. See 6d. and Is. Windows. DON'T delay, but call at JAY. PRESENTATION. On Saturday evening, at Mr. W. R. Griffiths' shop, an informal presentation meet- ing was held, when Private W. M. Cooper, Welsh Regiment, of 4 Maple Terrace, Garden City, was presented with a glow wristlet watch on behalf of the Heroes' Fund. Mr. Jonathan Jones-, 106 John Street, made the presentation. Private Cooper, who has been in France over eight months, is only 18 years of age. He has been sent back to Blighty because he is under age. SUDDEN DEATH. Mr. Thomas Jones, 15 Graig Avenue, passed away very suddenly on Friday last. De- ceased, who was out on the previous Wednesday, was well known through- out the Aberdare Valley as Thomas Jones Contractor, having been for many years a contractor under the P.D. Co. at their various collieries. He was a faithful member of Beth- lehem Chapel. The funeral took plfice on Tuesday. Rev. H. P. Jen- kins, Saron, Aberaman, officiated. The interment took place at Tre- degar. WESLEYAN MISSION. The Sunday School anniversary was held on Sunday. The services were con- ducted Morning, by Mr. W. Thomas; afternoon, Mr. George Bailey, Mount- ain Ash; evening, Mr. H. Green-- halgh, Aberaman. Special hymns and anthems were rendered by the Choir, conductor, Mr. W. Hill, Aberaman. Organist, Mrs. A. Edwards. The scholars who took part were:-IN-or Jones, Lily Clark, Bella Jones, Alice Lock, Gwyn Beynon, Gladys Cook, Rosie Minshin, Edith Rigby, Nellie Stoneman, Bronwen Jones, Annie Belsher, Miss Lizzie Dolbel, Richard Lock, Willie Stonemason, Sarah Ham, Eunice Flook, Elsie Bryant, Gladys Perrott, Doris Gillman, Alic- Lock, Maud Jones, Fanny Broom, Ethel Jones, Ruth Edwards, Alma Bryant, Florrie Stoneman. Florence Bryant, M. May Lambert, Winnie Cook, Lettie Sandrigan, Eva Clark, Irene Perrott, Stanley Jones, Hilda Swain and Mr. Fred Stoneman.—On Monday tea was held. Trayholders: Misses B. Dolbel, E. Dolbel, Mrs. W. Thomas, Misses Nellie Stoneman and Lilly Clarke. Assistants: Misses Ethel Smith, Rosie Minshin, Hilda Swain, Mr. W. Clarke, Mr. Wilt- shire, Mr. S. Dolbel, Mr. W. Brown, Mr. T. Flook, Mr. G. Wood, and Mr. Fred Stoneman. Cutters-up, Mrs. A. Edwards, Mrs. Clarke, Mrs. Smith, Mrs. Dolbel. Superintendent, Mr. W. Thomas; secretary, Mrs. A. Ed- wards. Mr. T. Flook presented Miss Rigby with a book for her valtmbld services as a teacher. She left on Monday for Liverpool.
MOUNTAIN ASH. DON'T delay, but call at JAY. TALK of Aberdare-Prance Wil- liams' Sale, Saturday. IF YOU'RE TIRED of that last hat, try one of Ted Mac's lasting hats. PARISH CHURCH. — Holy Com- j munion was celebrated at 8 and 11 o'clock in St. Margaret's Church on |—^ 1—- F'ajcr was read at 10.15. Evensong was conducted by Rev. T. J. Morgan. The Magnificat was sung to Garrett and the Nunc Dimittis to Foster. HOME FROM PALESTINE. — was sung to Garrett and the Nunc Dimittis to Foster. HOME FROM PALESTINE. — On Monday morning a hearty wel- come at the T.V.R. station was given to Quarter-Master-Sergt. Harry McGregor after his long journey from Palestine. Our readers will remem- ber that the gallant Q.M.S. had been awarded the, D.C.M. for gallantrv be- fore Gaza. Mr. McGregor has a total of 30 years' service with the military, including volunteers and territorials. He is looking verv line and feels as fine as he looks. CORPORAL HONOURED. After spending 22 months in France Cor- poral Charles Austin has been enjoy- ing a well-earned leave. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Austin, Mountain Ash Inn, and at that hostel he was entertained and honoured by his old workmates of the Under- ground Mechanical Staff of the Navigation Colliery. Mr. Llewelyn Jones presided, and Mr. Eb Rees, on behalf of the staff, presented the cheery Corporal with a beautiful oxydised watch. Mr. Austin respond- ed. The artistes were Messrs. U. Anthony, David Holly,, David West, J. Ashford, J. Powell, A. Holly, and John Wetfber. MEET YOU AT THE CORNER.— It's Ted Mac's Corner, the Mount Supply for gents' outfitting. NAZARETH. The anniversarv services in connection with the Sabbath School were held on Sunday. The presidents were: Morning, Mr. Charles Roach; afternoon, Mr, Toni Narbett; evening, Rev. J. Francis Jones. Recitations were given by Peggy Davies, Randell Castree, Phyllis Gregory, Doris Lawrence, Leslie Narbett, Mattie Morgan, Gwen Griffiths, May Davies, Willie Stone, Patty Sims, Clifford Davies, Winnie Brooks, Russell Ingram, Mabel Hillman, Maggie Davies, Irene Roach, Arnold Hillman] Irene Roach, Arnold Hillman] Gwladvs Castree, Tudor Prosser, Dolly Pedrick, Dora Williams, Agnes Movnihan, Nellie Thomas, Felix Edwards, Edna Roach, Gwvneth White, May Morgan, Russell Stone, Winnie Jenkins, Winnie Atkins, Chrissie Stone, Phyllis McMahon, Tom Griffiths, Muriel Parfitt, Ethel Narbett, Maud Harford, Gwen. Thomas, Windsor Prosser, Maud Harford, Rose May Harris, Willie Morgan, Godfrey Gregory. Solos by Walter Noot, Trevor Morris, D. G. Hardiman, Misses Murrell Dean, Doris Kent, Irene Good, Madge Davies and Mrs. Williams. Choruses, anthems, and action songs were ren- dered by the choir under the leader- ship of Mr. Pryce Morris. Organist, Mr. W. J. Griffiths, and pianist Miss H. W. Davies. The annual tea party was held in Duffryn Grove. The general arrangements were carried out by Mr. A. J. Kent. super- intendent, and Miss Maggie Rees, secretary. -Nil or rather Pie. Vicior W. Howe, paid the Mount a visi on Monday. ()>li ( A R Y. The death took plae on Sunday afternoon at his hone. 3; Seymour Street, of Mr. Dd. EnllS, undertaker. He had been serimsly ill for a long time, and for the last four months had not been abh to walk about. He was yeas of age, and was foreman to Jir j.'rad, Mills for many years.—Much synoathv is felt in the district with Mr.David Davies, the well-known banlsman, whose mother died t her resilence, Glanynvs. Harcourt .lAoail, on londav. TIE PALACK.Those who have notseen the "-Ni.otliei-hootl" film at the Palace had better hurry up, for I it if only here for 3 more nights. Tha charming Cinema actress, I Mar Miles Minter. is also being serened next -Ilon(lay, Tuesday and vriie.^day in Faith." it is one of le prettiest films ever screened, andMr. Richards is bound to draw eroded houses with pictures that a repacked with talent like this is. I I i Tie Gir' and the Game" serial ti o. entitled, "The at* the Signal Station." Mr. Ric-ards announces as coming short- ly great Fox film, entitled, The j TwiOrphans." fHOS.—The Sunday School Anni- veriry was held on Sunday. The -picdents were: Afternoon, Hey. T. jj. lughes (pastor). Recitations • by leurig Williams, Handel Wil- Haul., John C. Davies, Dolly Mor- gauCeinwen Evans, Letitia Evans, Am? P. Davies, Gwladvs Jones, AutP Heade, G. Jones, M. Hughes, C. loi-giii, Doris Harris, Annie j Timer, Gwvneth John, Edith Thoias, Mr. Ben Davies and Mr. D. i. Roberts. Solos and duets by I MavJohn, Gwladvs Harris, Doris C'oh, Meurig Williams, Ben Powell, GeoMorgan. Bessie Thomas, Bessie Evas,'Mr. D. Pennar Williams, Mr Johi Williams, and Miss A. Davies. Choflses by the children under the eondctorship of Miss Amelia Davis, and an address Mr. C-araloe W alters. President in fVenng, Mr. B. Davies. The annu- ill to party-was held on Monday in fi'Id adjoining Penrhiwearadoc lain, and the children engaged in sport.
MISKIN. DO1^ T delay, but call at JAY. CAN AAN .-Anniversary services of th Sunday School were held on •^llnd*.v' when solos, dialogues, reci- Liciofis- etc.. were given bv the chil- dren. C
PiENRHI WCEIBER. DON'T delay, but call at JAY. CABMEL (Cong.).—The pulpit of this church was occupied on Sunday hy the Rev. D. H. Davies. Williams- JERUSALEM (W.B.).—R« v. n. Thomas, pastor, distributed certi- ficates to those children who were successful in the Scripture Examin- ation held recently. lie said that the children had done remarkablv well. ORITI AR1.—Mrs. H. Earr, wife of the late' Mr. Harry Farr, passed awav on Tuesday last after a brief illn ess. Deceased was in her 26th .'•'far, and was the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Fisher, 36 Rheola Street. PRESENTATION. A smoking concert and presentation were held :m Monday evening in honour of Pte. !je\vi,s Harris. Mr. A. Kenvyn pre- sided, and the concert opened with in overture by the pianist, Mr. A. Catkins, followed bv solos bvMessrs 1- D. Price. W. Benbow, "T. Wil- iams, Bert laole, and A. Iveiivyn. I'he presentation was made hy Mr. Phillips. Pte. Harris hrienyi-e- sponded, and solos were also, i-eii- .lei'cd by Messrs. Thomas Gleeson, p. Griffiths, Jos. Burford and Ted Thomas. INTERMENT.—The interment of the late Mr. Thomas L. Thomas, liusband of Mrs. Jane Thomas, St. A\ inifred Villas, Penrhiwceiber, took place at Pontneathvaughan Ceme- tery on Thursday. Before the cor- tege left Penrhiwceiber a service was held at St. Winifred's Church, where deceased was a regular attend- ant, the Vicar, Rev. J. E. Jones, officiating. The chief mourners were: Wife; Glanffrwd Thomas, son; Jane Thomas, daughter; Mr.. ti. Thomas, London, brother; Mrs. James and Misses C. M. Thomas, Neath, sisters; Mr. and. Mrs. Hout- jedge. Neath," sister; Mr. and Mrs. D. Thomas, Neath, brother; Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Jenkins, Merthyr. sister; essrs. D. J. James and tt. James. Neath nephews; Mr. and Mrs. W. Hopkins, Giyn sister-in-law; Mr. and Mrs. L..J. Hoherts. Aberdare. sister-in-law: _II r and Mrs. D. Richards, Aberdare, sister-in-law; Messrs. H.C.Hee.s, Aberfan; T. J. Rees. Beuuford; ft. W. Rees, Glyn Neath, and J. H. Rees, Glyn Neath, brothers-in-law. •.Miss Muriel Richards, Aberdare, niece; Mrs. Kvans, Treherbert, aunt, and Mr. J. Roberts, Aberfan. De- ceased was in his 51st year, and died very suddenly, the result of a par- alytic seizure.
YNY3YBWL SUNDAY SCHOOL TREATS. On Monday the Sunday Schools of all denominations joined in one long procession, and paraded the main streets of the village. Tea was par- taken. and later the various schools spent the remainder of the day in games and sports in fields. ENGLISH CONG. CHURCH. Trayholders: Mesdames Smith Beynon, Reeves, Gibbon, Misses Phyllis Smith, Jennie Lewis, ^Esther Monks, Flossie Reeves, Lizzie Wil- liams, S. Collins, M. Smith. Cutters, Mrs. Monks, Mrs. Vincent. Mrs. Har,i*is, Mrs. J..Williams. Other helpers, Mrs. Dummer, Mr. John Williams and Allan Haylings. Sports: Judges, Messrs. G. Kill,. J. Monks, J. Williams and A. Smith. Starters, Rev. J. T. Jones and Mr. Tom Jones. Winners, Alfred Monks, John Morgan, G. Duggins, Cyril Monks, Fred Duggins, Willie Mor- gan, Doris Gullick, Winnie Edwards, W. Davey, E. M. Davey, L. Heale, A. Monks, Edna Davey, Maggie Rees, Doris Beynon, Dolly Pickering, A. Monks, B. James, A. Griffiths, A. Patch, W. A. Prosser, J. Leonard, Nellie Hale, C. Duggins, Bessie Grinter, Nellie Packer, F. Clutter- buck, G. James, H. Hale, Mary Davies, Edith Griffiths, Lizzie Wil- liams. Secretary, Mr. John Morgan. TABERNACLE (C.). — Tray- holders: Mrs. Davies, Aberffrwd; Miss Jones, Eirianfa; Mrs. Wm. Davies, Miss A. M. Daviea, Misses H. Lloyd, M. Jenkins, A. Hughes, Mrs. Jones, Misses Edith Jones, A. M. James, Mrs. J. W. Jones, Miss M. Lewis, Misses Susie Jones, Jessie Jones, Alice James, Maggie Evans, Nellie Evans. Cutters, Messrs. T. Evans, David John Jones, Mesdames M. Thomas, D. Evans, T. Evans, and J. Johns. Other helpers, Mrs. Wil- liams, Crawshay Street; Mrs. Wil- liam Jones, Mardy House; Messrs. Emlyn Jones and Llew Williams. I Stewards, Messrs. R. A. Thomas, Tom Jones, Ivor Davies, John Jen- kins, David John Isaac, and W. David Rogers. Standard bearers, Messrs. George Jones, John Jones, Ellis Lewis, Thomas Davies, Wm. Davies, Robert Davies. Secretary, Mr. Llew Williams. BETHEL (C.M.), Llanwonno. Trayholders, Mesdames J. Frost, J. Maddy, D. Isaac, Misses J. A. Hughes, Edie Webb, Annie May Maddy. Cutters, Mrs. Gregory, Mrs. T. Harris, Mrs. Humphreys. Sports organisers, Rev. W. Gregory, pastor, and Mr. John Owen. Secretary, Mr. Wvndliam Harris (Llechfaen). NODDFA (W.B.). Trayholders: Misses L. May Lewis, Myfanwy Lewis, Mary Butler, Dorothy George, Lizzie Mary Thomas, Mary M. Rees, Gertie Roberts, Mary Irene George, Evelyn Dawe, M. Annie Spencer. Gwladys Lewis, and Mrs. M. Moses. Cutters, Mrs. David Lewis, Mrs. John Isaac, Mrs. Abel Morgan,, Misses P. Davies and M. Lloyd, Mr. D. R. Maddy. Other helpers, Mrs. Thomas Rees and Mrs. Maddy. Stewards, Messrs. David Lewis, William Dum- mer, Thomas John Jones, David Isaac, David James Price, Ritchie Thomas, William George, Thomas Price, and John Hugh Jones. Super- intendent and organiser, Mr. John Isaac. ZION (E.B.). Trayholders: Mes- dames J. M. Elias, Bright, Gittens, A. Emery, Partridge, T. Pritchard, Misses Alice Woosnam, May Pugh, Maggie Griffiths, May Skyrme, Mabel Jordan, Annie Clements, Florrie Short. Cutters, Mesdames Morris, Jordan, William Woosnam and Bloomber, and Jlessrs. Wm. Jordan and William Davies. Tea- maker, William Davies. Secretary, Mr. Alfred Emery. E^ENEZER (W.W.). — Traj- holders: Misses Esther Tudor, May tivaiis. Cutters, Mrs. Pierce, Mrs. Thomas Evans, Mrs. William Evans, and William Evans. Tea urn and water, Mr. Lewis Edwards. Stewards, Miss Jenny Jones and Edw. Jones. JERUSALEM- (C.M.). Tray- holders Misses Marion Edwards, Gertrude Edwards, Marion Davies, Maggie Hughes, Rachel Ann Lewis, Mesdames William Hughes, Ellis and W. H. Morgan. Cutters, Mesdames J. Jones, High Street; W. Rees, Bron- ant House; E. Jarman, J. Jones, i'enygraig Terrace, and Mr. John Jones, Cloth Hall. Other helpers, Mrs. S. Evans, High Street; Mr. E. Evans, Ty Capel; Mr. D. T. Jarman, B.Sc. Stewards, Messrs. David John Rees, John Jones, Evan Thomas, John Williams, D. Roberts, Richard Williams, and Daniel Davies. THOMPSON STREET (E.W.). — Trayholders: Mrs. Friday, Mrs. Sal- mon, Lilian Price, Hannah Turner, and Edie Garland. Cutters, Mes- dames Price, Steel and Davies. Tea urn-and water, Evan Lewis. Stewards, G. Steel add Ernest Priday. GOSPEL HALL. —, Trayholders: Mrs. Thomas, Mrs. Haves. Cutters, Mesdames W. Heard, R. Bebb, and A. Newth. Stewards, Mr. James Lewis and Mr. Ivor Lewis. Organiser, Mr. James Lewis. Secretary, Mr. Thomas, Rock Terrace. Visitors, Mr. Donald Burnell, Evangelist; Mr. and Mrs. Dobell, Cardiff; Miss Dobell, Miss Johns and Mr. \V. Davies, Pontypridd. GLYN STREET (E.C.M.). Tray- holders: Mrs. Burnell, Misses Pattie Roberts, B. Phillips, Mrs. M. J. John, Glynderwen; Miss Lilian Thomas, Mis. Smith, Misses Gertie Pask, Ada Waite and Rose Rawlings. Cutters, Misses Maggie Meredith, B. Dawe, M. Dawe, .R. Dawe, V. Burnell, A. Dunsford, G. Powell. Other helpers, Mrs. Roberts and William Northam. Sports organisers, Messrs. Gus Pask, W. E. Evans, D. A. Phillips, W. Thomas and John Jones. Superin- tendent, Mr. D. W. John. Secretary, Mr. David Allen Phillips. CHRIST CHURCH AND WELSH CHURCH. Trayholders: Misses E. Beamand, A. Griffiths, M. Jones, Katie Hughes, May Evans, Sybil Jeffreys, A. M. Arnold, M. Davies, M. Hill, E. John, B. West, B. Hail- stone, E. A. Lewis, Cissy Davies, Mesdames Battram, Bowden, Val- ance, Poole. Cutters, Mr. T. Hail- stone, Mesdames J. Breeze, J. Rowe, J. Griffiths, Poole, E. Evans, Gabriel, E. Lewis, Misses Gladys Evans, M. AVilliams, and S. Jones. Other help- ers, Mrs. Johns, Mrs. Haines, and. Mrs. A. Neath. Organising secre- taries, Messrs. T. Davies, F. Priday, and Seth Morgan. Superintendents, Rev. T. E. Griffiths, Vicar; Rev. T. Humphries and Rev. J. Williams, Curates.
MERTHYR TYDFIL UNION. C:etrT~t r-¡: Wantad—CsHygaer District. THF, G uardians of the Poor of the abore Union invite applica- tions for the appointment of trained Nurse for the Gell ygaer District of the Union. Candidates must be between the ages of 25 and 40 years of age. ami must have had a course of training for at least three years in the Medi- cal and Surgical Wards of a Hospital or Infirmary (being a Training School for Nurses, and maintaining a Resi- dent Physician or House Surgeon), and will be required to carry out the duties of the Office as directed by the Orders of the Local Government Board. Salary, per annum (less de- ductions under the Superannuation and National Health Insurance Acts) rising by annual increments of t,-) to The person appointed must reside at Bargoed. Applications, with Certificates of Diplomas, and copies of three recent Testimonials, must reach me by Fri- day, the 13th day of July, 1917, land be made upon Forms which may be obtained upon personal application at my Office, or by post, in the latter case enclosing a stamped, addressed foolscap envelope. By Order, FRANK T. JAMES, Clerk to the Guardians. 134 High Street. ferthyr Tydfil, 3rd July, 1917.
Finance Committee. Application of Cleaners.-A letter was read from the Municipal Em- ployees' Association asking for an increase in the wages of cleaners equivalent to the advance already granted to other departments of the District Council. It was resolved to recommend that the War Bonus at present being paid be increased by 2.5 per cent. in each case.
4 ABERDARE CINEMA. CLARKES THE MAN Monday, July 9, for 3 Days. Rex Wilson's Best Production— OhA PRO NOBIS (PRAY FOR US.) A Beautiful Film founded on the Famous Song. j Mr. HARDING THOMAS, the Popular Welsh Actor, taking the leading part. i I Thursday, July 12, for Three Days. I A Great Super-Production— "DAWN" I I By Rider Haggard i With AN ALL-STAR CAST.