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I* I. E. THOMAS, M.P.S., I 1 and Optician # Medical Hall, Aberaman. 1 Sight Solentlfloally Tested. No Fee for Examination. Attendance daily. » ,¡..t,E mm. 'æL. ASK FOR A BOTTLE OF THURSTOH THE Ideal Tasty. Tonic Drink FOR Summer & Winter. Black Lion Brewery, Aberdare. Something New. if Veder Elford's Pipe Club. On Sept. 1st, 1910, a subscription list will be opened, when intending members will be able to subscribe any amount from 3d. per week, and during Christmas week will be en- titled to choose any pipe out of my large stock to the full value of their subscriptions. Sole Agent for Loewes', Barlings' and Peterson's Celebrated Pipes. All other best makes kept in stock. HAGGAR'S FAMOUS BIOSCOPE. Operi every Evening at 7.30 & 9 WITH A FULL PROGRAMME OF iNew and Up-to-Date Living Pictures. THE BEST OF EVERYTHING, ING, ALWAYS SHOWN. DON'T MISS SEEING OUR Animated Newspaper NEW EVERY MONDAY. ENTIRE CHANGE TWICE WEEKLY Splendid Pictorial Entertainment every Sunday in the MARKET HALL. ALSO AFTERPOOP SHOW on SATURDAYS. Children, One Penny on this occasion. ALWAYS GOOD AT Old Haggar's. Refreshment Pavilion AT THE Aberdare Park NOW OPEN. R. H. MILES & SONS, Caterers. Picnic Parties catered! for, at Short Notice. Dental Rooms. [ 39 Commercial Street (opposite Duffryn Co-op. Stores), MOUNTAIN ASH. Manager Mr. L. E. WYLIE. Daily attendance 10 to 8. 1 Canon St., Aberdare (opposite General Post Office). Daily attendance 10 to 8. sD. ERNEST WILLIAMS (late Shipway & Williams) will be pleased to receive a visit when you need inform- ation relating to I t ¡;{):lJU 0BW8 ARTIFICIAL TEETH- at the above-mentioned addresses. BranchesCwmaman, Mr Dennis, Hair- dresser, 4 to 6 every Tuesday. Ynysybwl, Mrs Evans, 15 Windsor place, 4 to 6 every Wednesday. Abercynon, Mrs Jones, 18 YnyBmeurig road, 4 to 6 every Tuesday. Long Room, Temperance Hall (Under New Theatre), ABERDARE. Monday, Sept. 5th, 1910. Mr. D. Morris Powell Has received instructions to Sell by Public Auction HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE INCLUDING- Superior Drawing-room Suite in Velvet, Well-made Dining-room Saddle-back Suite, Bookcase, Complete Bedroom Suite, American Organ, Two Chests of Drawers, Solid Mahogany Night Com- mode, Iron and Brass Mounted Bed- frame, Spring Mattress, Two Iron Bed- steads with JPalliases," Two Millpuff Ticks, Feather Bolsters and Pillows, Mirrors, Pictures, One Large Leather Seated Sofa, Armchairs, Tables, Old Style Kitchen Chairs, Lamp, Kitchen Utensils, and several other Miscellaneous Articles. Goods can be inspected from 11 a.m. till 1 on morning of Sale. Sale to commence at 2 p.m. sharp. Terms-Cash. Mountain Ash Education Committee. To Coal Merchants and Others. THE Mountain Ash Education Com- JL mittee invite Tenders for the supply of Best Large House Coal for One Year commencing 1st October, 1910, to their Schools in the two follow- ing-named I)istricts:-(a) Mountain Ash, (about 250 tons); (b) Abercynon (about 70 tons). The Coai must be delivered at the Schools as and when required. Tenders which must be sealed and endorsed, and separate for (a) and (b), must reach the undersigned by the 19th day of September, 1910. The lowest or any Tender will not necessarily be accepted. A.MORGAN, Director of Education. Town Hall, Mountain Ash. 29th August, 1910. J. BOSHER, House and Estate Agent. Rents Collected, Monthly or Quarterly settlements. 25 years experience in col- lecting. ADDRESS Over 38 Victoria Square, and 8 Brondeg Terrace, Aberdare. IMPORTANT TO ADVERTISERS. The ABERDARE LEADER has the guaranteed largest circulation of any newspaper in the Aberdare Valley. D.Morris Powell Auctioneer, Gadlys, ABERDARE. Note Sale on Sept. 5. At LONG ROOM under New Theatre SALE-Tuesday, September GUt, at 2.30 & 7 p.m. Market Hall, Aberdare. Messrs. BURGESS & Co. Will SELL BY AUCTION, upon the premises as above, on Tuesday, September 6th, At 2.B0 o'clock, and again at 7 p.m., Also on Wednesday, Thursday and Friday, at 7 p.m.- about 750 LOTS OF SUPERIOR GENUINE FURNITURE and effects, Comprising several Bedroom Suites, Dress- ing Tables and Marble-top Washstands, Chests of Drawers, Superior Bedsteads, Spring and Wool Mattresses, Feather Beds. Dining and Drawing Room Suites, Occas- ional Tables and Chairs, Couches. Carpets Rugs and Linoleum, Brass Curbs, Fenders and Brasses, Overmantles, Clocks and Bronzes, Electro-plate and Cutlery, hand- some Sideboards and Cabinets, Oil Paint- ings, Dining Table, American Organ, Glass and China, Dinner, Tea and Toilet Sets, Full Compass Cottage Piano, Iron Frame, and a variety of effects. On View Mornings of Sale N.B.—The Sales will be continued on Wednesday, Thursday and Friday at 7 p.m. Offices 12, Skinner Street, Newport. Pavilion MOUNTAIN ASH. Rinking, Dancing, Variety and Pictures. Special Attractions for Week commencing September 5th. JOINT MANAGERS: W. STUCKEY AND A. H. REID, CLING and CLANCY, London's Latest Comedy Knockabouts and Dancers. SPECIAL SERIES OF PICTURES on the Pavilionoscope, including II From Dream to Reality Eagle and the Eaglet"; "Trapped by a Child"; The Order to March Tom Huxley's Head" Wanted, a Bath-Chair Atten- dant"; "A Polish Soldier"; "The Kid- napped Servant"; Susan's Revenge." LONZO BROWN, Coloured Comedian and Sand Dancer, R. T. CHINN, The Great Concertinist. &c., &c. N.B.-Skating and Dancing Patrons please Note: After this week there will be no Dancing or Skating until fur- ther notice, owing to altera- tions and improvements to the Floor. LOOK OUT FOR RE-OPENING OF THE RINK. Don't forget times of performance.— Monday and Saturday, Two perfor- mances,-6.45 and 9. Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday at 8. Special Children's Matinee, Every Saturday at 3 o'clock. Every Sunday Special Concerts at 8. Prepaid Small Advertisements. Inserted at the following specially low rates. I One week 4 wks. 18 wks 8. d. B. d. H, d SO words 0 8 1 ft 3 0 18 0 9 2 3 „o 9 66 „ J 0 8 0 ? 6 Bemittancefc may be made by Postal Orders or half-penny stamps. If not prepaid double rate will be charged. Advertisement and Publishing Offices Market Street, Aberdare ""< '11\"> WANTED. APPLICATIONS are invited for teachers to take classes in Co-operative Book- keeping, also teacher in Co-operative Sub- jects. Applications, endorsed Teachers," stating terms per hour and qualifications, with testimonials, to be in hand by Tues- day, September 6th, at our Office, Park- road, Aberaman. BY two young men, board and lodgings. Bath essential.—Apply, C.M., LEADEE Office. TWO unfurnished rooms in Aberdare, to suit elderly person. Moderate rent.—Apply, B.A., LEADER Office. WANTED to purchase a cottage in Llwydcoed.—Apply ,J., LEADER Office. WANTED a staid general. References required. One in family.—Apply, Jessamine Cottage, Cardiff-road, Mountain Ash. WANTED by respectable person, 1 unfurnished room.—Apply, 31, LEADER Office. I FOR SALE. I TWO butcher's carts for sale.—Apply. Mrs. Watkins, 2, Dare Villas, Aberdare. — FOR Sale, 14, Richmond-terrace, Aber- nant.—Apply, E. J. Hughes, Solicitor, 18, Canon-street, Aberdare. BY private Treaty, a house in Windsor- Terrace, Abernant.—Apply, William Thomas, Solicitor, Aberdare. AUTOMATIC Machines for sale. Id. and id. slot. Suitable for small shops and public houses.—Apply, C. ii. Jones, Ironmonger, Aberaman. FOR Sale or Exchange for Poultry, a litter of Fox Terrier Pups. Male 7s. 6d., Female 5s. Also Retriever Dog, 21s. -C. H. Jones, Ironmonger, Aberaman. WHITECHAPEL Dogcart, strong. NV Suit farmer, butcher, or any trades- man. Also some Wheels and Axles suit- able for handcarts.—Apply, Thomas Bros., Aberdare. CHILD'S Cot, large size, good as new. Cheap.—Apply 60, Pembroke street, Aberdare. 2 SHARES in Windsor Building Club. Houses situated in Broncynon Terrace. —Apply Windsor, Leader Office. TO LET. STABLE to let in centre of Town. Room for cart.—Apply, Pegler's Stores. TO BE LET OR SOLD. The well built residence known as Hawthorne House, Gloucester terrace, Aberdare, con- taining Drawing room, Dining room, with Balcony leading to garden, Study, Break- fast room, Kitchen, Scullery, Bathroom fitted with first-class Shower Bath, Drying Closet with Hot and Cold water taps, 7 Bedrooms, 2 Lavatories. Usual Outbuild- ings.—Apply on the premises. DOUBLE-Fronted House and Shop- JLF 186, Cardiff Road, Aberaman. Best position.—Apply, E. Wrentmore, George Street, Aberaman. TWO Stalled Stable and Coachhouse.— Apply, 2 Brondeg terrace, Aberdare. APARTMENTS.— Furnished sitting, 2 bedrooms; moderate, central, near station.—Mrs Williams, Reynallt House, Porthcawl. COMFORTABLE apartments or board C residence for one or two gentlemen, or lady friends, sharing rooms. (Home comforts).—Apply V. D. LEADER Office. TO LET.—Two Large Rooms suitable I Ion JL for offices; excellent position in Aberdare.—Apply, Rooms, LEADER Office. MISCELLANEOUS. f 'i REY HAIR permanently and speedily vX restored to its original colour by using HARRISON'S HAIR COLOUR RESTORER. It is not a dye, but by natural means acts as a restorative. Con- tains nothing injurious, and is beneficial to the growth and beauty of the Hair. In bottles, price Is. 6d. (postage 3d. extra). Manufacturer:—G, W. Harrison, Hair Speceialist, Reading. Sold by Chemists. Agents: For Aberdare—Ein- rys Evans, Chemist, Victoria Square; Mountain Ash—W. H. Jones, 9, Oxford Street; Penrhiwceiber—A. M. Jones, Chemist. WONDERFUL; The Lion Compound W Herbal Remedies. Cure yourselves with Herbs. Call and get a free circular explaining how, from E. Powell, 29 Jubilee road, Botanic Herb Stores, Aberaman. Sixpence per packet, 4 packets post paid for 2s. 3d. ADVICE Free for Stamp.—Mrs Stuart's Famous Female Remedy never fails. —Address, 9, Guinea street, Bristol. HKALO.—If yon have a Bad Log, Bo- lema, Old Sores, Wounds, Ring- worm, Cuts, Burns, Scurf, or any skin affection send to Maurice Smith, Ph.C., F.B.M.C., Kidderminster, for a free sample of HEALO Ointment. It coats you nothing, and you will not regret it. HBALO allays all Irritation, reduceII in- flammation, prevents festering, soothes and heals all bad legs. Don't say your case is hopeless without trying HEALO, Boxes Is. ljd. and 2s. 0d. Local Agents: Evans, Chemists, Victoria Square, Aber- dare; Williams, Chemist, Aberoynon; Chapham, Cwmaman; Jones, Chemist, Penrhiwceiber. W ALLP APERS from lid. per rolL W Any quantity, large or small, supplied at Wholesale Prices. Our stock exceeds 250,000 rolls of all classes. Write for patterns stating what class you re- quire.—(Dept. 147) Barnett Wallpaper Co., Ltd., Knott Mill, Manchester. BAZAAR Goods.—Special, Id. and 6Jd. Greatest variety and value in trade. Wholesale only.—SALMON and MAT- THEWMAN, LTD., Plough Buildings, Gloucester street, Birmingham. Mention this paper. MPORTANT TO MOTHERS. Every JL Mother who values the Health and Cleanliness of her Child should tute HARRISON'S "RELIABLE" NURSERY POMADE. One application kiIle all Nits and Vermin, Beautiflee and strengthens the Hair. In Tina, 4Jd. and id. Postage Id. George W. Harrison, Chemist, Reading. Sold by all Chemists. Insist on having Harrison's Pomade. Agent for Aberdare: Emrys Evans, Chemist, 9-10, Victoria Square; Aber- aman, 1. E. Thomas. Aberdare County School. A MEETING of the Past Students of the above will be held at the School on Friday, 23rd Sept., 1910. ANY PAST STUDENT not receiving formal notice on or before September 16th, please apply to Miss Ivy Lea, Commercial street, Aberdare. or Trevor Jones, Market st Aberdare. ALL PAST STUDENTS are earnestly requested to attend. London Metropolitan Police. SEVERAL Hundred Recruits Wanted :— Age 20-27. Height 5 ft. 9 ins. Pay £ 68 to X420 per annum. Excellent pros- pects of promotion. Liberal pensions. Examinations will be held at Gloucester, September 12th, 13th and 14th; and at Bristol on September 15th, 16th and 17th. For particulars write Recruiting Branch, New Scotland Yard, London, S.W. Notice. IF furniture left at 2, Thomas-street, Robertstown, Aberdare,v are not removed within 8 days, they will be sold to defray expenses. PRINTING Neatly end Promptly Executed at the "LEADER" OFFICE, Market Street, Aberdare. il Aberdare Dairymen's Association. r'|"lHE Above Association beg to notify i the public that the price of milk will be raised to 2d. per pint, and 4d. per quart, on and after Monday, September 5th. By order, DAIRYMEN'S ASSOCIATION, Rn THE ABERDARE LEADER With which is incorporated the a Aberdare Times." Established 1861. Nat. Tel., 136. CIRCULATING THROUGHOUT THE ABERDARE AND MOUNTAIN ASF | DISTRICTS, GLYN NEATH, & MERTHYR & RHONDDA VALLEYS.

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