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The Monthlies,

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" Dan Gysgod Ben Bowen."

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—I Labour Topics.

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—— Sacred Concerts.

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—— Sacred Concerts. To the Editor of the "Rhondda Leader." Sir,—I noticed a sacred concert adver- tised at the Tivoli, Pentre, a few weeks ago. I, with my family, went to the Tivoli on the Sunday night, and after waiting outside about five minutes^ I was told the sacred concerts had been stopped until further notice. Now, what I should like to know is, Who stopped these concerts and by whose authority, seeing other sacred concerts advertised in the Valley? I must say there is something very peculiar which I cannot understand. Why was the Tivoli, Pentre, stopped and other places in the Valley allowed to continue? No doubt some of your readers will be able to enlighten me on the subject.—I am, yours, ONE WHO LIKES TO SEE FAIRPLAY. --+-- To the Editor of the "Rhondda Leader." Sir,—In view of the fortncoming Rural District Council Election, I would like to ask the following questions to one of the candidates, viz. Dr. Tribe, Treorchy, as a member of the Rural District Council Health Committee for last year. 1. Is it true that the Scavenging Con- tractors for your Ward were tipping the scavenging refuse into the Rhondda river within 200 yards of your residence, al- though the said contractors were paid for Rhondda depots, and that it meant a saving of about zC200 to the said contrac- tors by tipping it to the riveri to the detriment of the health of the population and a loss to the ratepayers. 2. Is it true that two of the scavenging contractors for your Ward were stopped payments for the month of December ? Were these two sections not scavenged, or what was the reason? 3. Is it true that there were tendeis cheaper for this year, for two sections of your Ward, and yet the cheaper tiid Vut have it to the detriment of ratepayers. Awaiting your reply, A RATEPAYER.

- The Doctor's Ouestion.

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Workmen's Compensation Act.

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WISE AND OTHERWISE,

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