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"DICCING DUSKY DIAMONDS."

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INTERMEDIATE EDUCATION.

A PARK FOR TqE HONDD.

Te Bathirjg Fatality at Barry…

"I Am Coing For a Stroll."

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Driving Without Reins.

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+ Llantrisant Woman in Trouble.

Speech by Mabon, M.P.

4, ODDFELLOWSHIP AT PONTYPRIDD.

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THE COLLIER'S PIPE.

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PONTYPRIDD DISTRICT COUNCIL.

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THE COMMON AS A PARK.

"THE GROCERS' MONTHLY."

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"THE GROCERS' MONTHLY." A New and Useful Trade Organ. One of the finest trade journals that have ever come before our notice is "The Grocers' Monthly and Provision Trades Reporter," a new venture which was launched on the 2nd inst. The edi- tors of this remarkably well got up production claim that "The Grocers' Monthly" will occupy a field by itself, inasmuch as the hundred thou- sand odd grocers and provision dealers of the United Kingdom have no other monthly techni- cal journal and review as distinguished from a newspaper. "There are several really excellent newspapers for grocers that give the trade news, and these "The Grocers' Monthly' has no desire and will make no endeavour to supplant, al- though it is hoped in some respects to supple- ment their work. It may fairly claim to be unique both in appearance and contents. The reading matter will include all the news; but it will be given in the most condensed form. These news notes will be supple- mented by a large number of photographic re- productions of interesting events and incidents— in fact, both the camera and the pencil will be used very freely to show pictorially what is tak- ing place in the trade. Articles of permanent value and interest, written by experts, will form another prominent feature. In brief, every effort will be made to produce a useful, interest- ing, and up-to-date magazine of more than passing interest, and one that shall serve and be worthy of the great grocery trade." The magazine is evidently produced regardless of expense, and, apart from all other considera- tions, is a splendid specimen of the perfection which the art of printing has attained. The articles, which are as varied as they are numer- ous, are written in a bright, entertaining style, and to those engaged in the trade must surely prove a source of great pleasure and instruction. Considerable space is this month devoted to a full descriptive, and charminelv illustrated report of the seventh annual congress of the Federa- tion of Grocers' Associations. The Pontyoridd delegates to the Federation are given as Messrs J. Bowen, G. Davies, J. Griffiths, D. Morgan, A. Richards, and W. Williams. The report is illustrated with the counterfeit presentments of a large number of committee members, and amongst these we find a perfect photograph of our well-known and enterprising townsman, Mr Isaac Prothero, who is a member of the General Purposes Committee. In our limited space it would be absolutely impossible to mention a tenth of the interesting pictures upon which the eye loves to linger, or of the chatter and bright- ly written articles which enchain the interest, from start to finish. All we can do is to advise every shop-keeper and every assistant in the provision trades to secure a copy of the i'he Grocers' Monthly."

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