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Pontypridd. Tea, Tea, Tea.—Why is T. Harris' Tev like the Britltih Army ? Because it cannot be beaten I Try it. 4540 "You can see with half an eye" that FliNX THOMAS ("My Hatter,") sells the best 8/9 Hat. 2838 Council candidates' portraits taken and blocks supplied at short notice by THOS. FOBBEST and SONS, Cambrian Studi6, Pontypridd. 2871 Mr Alfred Harris, Havod, will conduct the morning service at the New Town Hall next Sunday, and Mr Lewis Davies, Abercynon, the evening service. Trallwn Wesleyaa Mission Hall has recently been renovated, and a sale of work will be held on the 27th of April, to raise funds to clear expenses incurred.fimrs M. T. Jones, Merthyr Road, gave a tea to the committee and friends on Thursday evening, the profit being for the same object. Mrs J. Evans (Eglwysbach), Cardiff, will preach at the above hall next Sunday evening at 6 o'clock. For Best and Cheapest Working Boots at 3s lid, 4s 0d, 4s lid, and 5s lid, go to Davies, FREE PRESS Buildings, 23, Taff street, Pontypridd. 4539 Seats may be booked at Messrs Thompson and Shaokell's for the Frederic Griffith and Llewela Davies Concert on Batter Monday any day between 10 a.m. and 1 p.m. after 21st February. 4599 On Friday evening, the Mission Guild held their meeting at the new Parlour, when an interesting and instructive address was given by Mr W. J. Davies on Poetry." There was a good attendance. Mr Thomas Williams, vice. president, ably presided. At the close a cordial vote of thanks was accorded Mr Davies. The Guild will hold a devotional meeting this evening (Friday). For all kinds of Game go to FENNELL'S, 12, Market street, Pontypredd (opposite the Post Office). PORTRAITS painted in Oil by G. F. HACKER from sitting or from photo, and framed in any style.-Arcade Studio, Pontypridd. 4559 Y.M C.A. The effort to open a local branch of the Young Men's Christian Association meets with continued success. The committee have been constantly at work striving to make the start a successful one. The rooms at 36, Taff Street, Pontypridd, by the time this issue is published, will have been opened. The reading room will afford opportunities for reading and correspondence during the day, and occasionally for various meetings at night. Games are provided in another room, and still another room will be available for committee meetings, &c. Intending members will do well ta join without any delay. All information will gladly be furnished on the premises or by any member. Young men are very affection- ately invited to join. A cycling club is in course of formation. Half a pound of 1/4 Tea, pleise. Mother says it U the beat in town at the erlce." T. Harris, 75. Taff Street, Pontypridd. 4540 NURSERY HAIR-WASH promotes the growth of the hair and keeps it free from nits, &c. 6d per bottle, or post free 9d.-Key, The People's Chemist, Pontypridd. 422fin The next local examinations in music in connection with the Victoria College of Music, London, will take place at Pontypridd as follows :-Organ and pianoforte playing, sing- ing, the playing of all orchestral instruments, &c on Monday, May 29th, entries for which close May 13th, 1899 theoretical examination July 6th, last day of entry being June 17th, I 1899. In addition to the certificates, silver and bronze medals and special book prizes will be awarded at the Pontypridd centre to dis- tinguished candidates or those obtaining the highest number of marks, without restriction as to age oesection. The Diplomas of Associate (A.V.C.M) and Licentiate (L.V.C.M.) are also awarded to successful candidates. List of requirements with all necessary information may be obtained from Mr Geo. A. Stanton, Secretary, 11, Burleigh Street, Strand, London, W.C., or from Mr T. D. Edwards, Professor of Music, Haydn Villa, Pontypridd, the local representative.


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