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HAMPTON & CO., Heating Specialists Schemes Prepared and Advice Given for Warming Churches, Chapels, Offices, Showrooms and Public Buildings. OXFORD LANE (City Road), CARDIFF. TEL. P.O. 656. WANTED. WANTED a respectable lad as an ap- prentice, wages first week. Apply, Thomas & Co., Emporium, Penygraig. b945j87 FOR SALE. RTIFICIAL Legs, Al-iiiiz,, Stir,ical Appl' ARTIFICIAL Legs, Arms, Surgical Appli- ances.—Visit South Wales periodically. List free.—J. Gillingham and Son, Chard, Som. C23j38 PAKKOT.—Handsome young gray biTd iflJ splendid plumage. Very talkative. Good whistler. 14s. With cage 18s. 6d. Bobbins, 44, Chaucer road, Acton, W. C22189 THOM AS Street, Tonypandy. House for Sale. Most excellent position for business. Write Box 743, "Leader" Office, Tonypandy, FOR SALE, house in Park terrace, Clydach Vale, cheap. Apply—Box 12, Rhondda Leader" Offices, Tonypandy. 4712 LADDERS, Ladders for builders, painters, farmers, window cleaners, &c. exten- sion ladders always in stock; also painter's steps, tressles, &c. Special offer to painter, Send for full particulars and price list.—3, Darran Street, Cathays, Cardiff. 4726 BARGAIN-LadyJs magnificent Cycle, highest grade B Coventry machine, new at Xmas. not soiled; Clincher tyres, plated rims, genuine Crabbe roller brakes back and front, Perry's ball free wheel highest finish and beautiful model; all accessories; no use to owner sacrifice £4 10s., worth double approval before cash sent.-K. Stuckey, Oak Villa, Clarendon road, Weston-super-Mare. B'M 3, FISH, FISH. Fishmongers, Hawkers, &c., write to C. H. Cowburn, Fish Docks, Swansea. Lowest market prices. 4371 FUNERAL STOCK, Second-haud hearses £ 30, 20 new patterns, landaus £ 40, hansoms 120, brakes, easy terms, catalogues Marston's, Bradford Street, Birmingham.. B86911 JOINER Y Supplied to Castle or Cottage. Church or Chapel; also Turnery of all kinds, round or square.—Apply to the Barry Dock Steam Joinery Company, Limited, Barry Dock. B934/93 TO LET. FURNISHED Apartments for two young f men in business. Moderate terms. Write—Box 75, "Rhondda Leader" Office, Tonypandy. ONE ^Large Room to let in centre of Tonypandy. Suit Dentist or Insurance plliY. H Milton. blUI J86. MUSICAL. PHIL JONES late pupil of Signor Moretty, R.A.M. (London), is open to receive engagements for Oratorios, Miscellaneous Concerts, etc. Moderate fee. Dr. Randegger says :—" He possesses a decidedly beautiful tenor voice most pleasing to listen to." Copies of testimonials on application. Address, Phil Jones, Tonyrefail. 4)0 R. R. JONES, A.Mas. L.C.M., has vacancies for Pupils in Pianoforte and Organ, Harmony, Counterpoint. Lessons I given, if desired, on the Virgil Clavier Method, also lessons given in the Pianist's Harmony Course, in which every Principle taught, both in Language and Notes, introducing Writing, Playing and Transposing at Sight of simple Harmonies, such as the Tonic and its attend- ant Harmonies, Cadences, &c. Pupils passed with Honours at Trinity College. For terms, etc., apply to 2, Hill Street, Penygraig. Mr. Jones has passed the Musical portion of Associate of Music, Trinity College of Music. 4461 TWO beautiful sacred Songs worth sing- ing—" Come unto Me, ye weary," by Frank G. Ward, and Love divine," by Fred G. Bennett. Post free 1/6 each. Rowlands' Music Stores, Castle Arcade, Cardiff. C16/97 EDUCATIONAL. Dunraven Street, Tonypandy. THE MISSES GOVIER AND JENKINS are opening a Private Day School for boys and girls at Dunraven Street, Tony- pandy, on April 19th, 1909. For Prospectuses apply:—ANTHONY HOUSE, Primrose Street, Tonypandy. B949,88 COLLIERY MANAGERS Examinations C Mine's Inspectorate, Scholarships, Sur- veying, Electrical and Mining Mathematic's Examinations'. Candidates Successfully Pre- pared. Lessons by Post. 61 out of 62 Students qualified last Cardiff Managers' Examination' Write for Syllabus, Cambrian Mining School Gianffrwd, Porta. b917/'88 — ■- — INVENTIONS. HUGO Lester, Patent Expert, Inventors' Supply Depot, 32, Queen Street, Cardiff, does all business in patents for inventors in South Wales. Call or write. C19/11 MISCELLANEOUS MADAM Vesta, Palmist, direct from Olympia, London, can be consulted at 26, Wyndham Arcade, Cardiff. C20/87 Swansea. rTHE WAVERLEY TEMPERANCE HOTEL & COFFEE .L TAVERN, bottom of High Street, and opposite Tram Car Terminus, Large Bar, Dining and Commercial Rooms. Hot Dinners daily, 12-30 to 3. Beds, Billiards. 4661 TEAGUELINE HERBS for constipation, blood, liver, and kidney complaints, sciatica, piles, boils, sores, and eruptions. Blood is life, and diseases such as these can only be permanently cured by purifying the blood. Sufferers, give it a trial, and test its value. The greatest Spring medicine of the age for young or old. Sent post free, one packet for lOd or 3 for 21-TEAGUE, Station St, Newport, Mon. C17/97 SEND stamp for advice to Mrs. Watson, Herbalist and Lady Specialist—Address 10, Guinea Street, Bristol. B928/92. TRIMNELL'S Pills and Powders have JL cured thousands. Why not you ? See that you get "Established 1879" on every label.—Trimnell, The Herbalist, 144, Rich- mond-road, Cardiff. Agents wanted. J PAGE Book about Herbs and how to 0~t use them, post free; send for one. Trimnell, The Herbalist, 144, Richmond-road, Cardiff. Established 1879. Please note the address. TO Prevent Fraud see that you get Established 1879 on every label and wrapper of Trimnell's Preparations, without which none are genuine.—Trimnell, The Herbalist, 144, Richmond-road, Cardiff. B942195 IMPORTANT TO MOTHERS. Every Mother who values the health and cleanliness of her child should use HARRISON'S Reliable" NURSERY POMADE. One application kills all Nits and Vermin, beautifies and strengthen the Hair. In tins 4!d. and 9d., postage Id. George W. Harrison, Chemist, Reading. Agents, Emrys Richards, Chemist, Coedy- meirion, Tonypandy; D. E. Davies, Chemist, Treorchy; W. R. Williams, Chemist, Medical Hall, Tylorstown; J. P. Lewis, Chemist, Medical Hall, Ynyshir. GREY HAIR permanently and speedily restored to its original colour by using MARRtSONS HAIR COLOUR RESTORER. It is not a dye, but by natural me ns acta as a rrstorative. Contains nothing ujurious, and is beneficial to the growth and beauty of the Hair. In bottles, price Is. 6d. (postage 3d. extra). Manu acturer:—G. W. IIarrisos, Hair Specialist. Read- ing- Agent :-for Tonypandy: Emrvs Richards, The Dun aven Pharmacy; I'entre: David George, Chemist. BBOL-86. Telegr3 ms-" Mackerel, Swansea." Corporation Telephone—S50 P. MOLYNEUX, Ltd., Steam Trawler Ownems & Smack Managers, and Fish Merchants, 120, HIGH STREET, SWANSEA. Special attention paid to enstcmers for Headless Fish for Frving Write for Quotations 3170 LIGHT PORTABLE RAILWAYS, TIP JLJ WAGONS, SWITCHES, TURN- TABLES, AND CON TRACTOFS' PLANT OF ALL DESCRIPTION. LARGEST STOCK IN WALES & WES rER COUNTRIES FRANK MUNN, Dumballs Road, CARDIFF. Nat. Tel. 1190. Telegrams. Munn, Cardiff." 1225 <E? F F F a? SOCIJiLISrVJ The Last Lecture of the Winter Series under the auspices of the Marxian Club vvill be delivered by DAN IRVING BURNLEY (Member of the Executive Council, 3.D.P-X AT TIIE THEATRE ROYAL TONYPANDY, On SUNDAY, MARCH 28th, 1909. Subject—" Socialism and How we Live." THE MARXIAN MALE GLEE PARTY (Under the Conductorship of Mr. Morgan Jones), will again render Selections during the Evening. Chair to be taken at 7.3) p.m. A FEW FRONT SEATS will be reserved for holders of ticket i, which may be obtained at the Marxian Club and Institute, Blaenclydach. PRICE, 6d. and 3d. See the LITERATURE STALL at the Theatre for the Latest Socialist Publications. NODDFA, TREORCHY (KINDLY LENT). THURSDAY, APRIL 1, i909. A Grand Performance of the Romantic Cantata- DAFYDD Ap GWILYM (HARRY EVANS) As performed at the Llangollen National Eisteddfod, 1908, will be given by the HERMON UNITED CHOIR Accompanied by a full Select Orchestra and Organ. Artistes—Soprano Miss MAY JOHN, R.A.M. Contralto Miss RACHEL THOMAS, Mountain Ash. Tenor: Mr. DAVID ELLIS, Cefn Mawr. Bass Mr. DAVID CHUBB, Pontypridd. Organist: Prof. J. T. JONES, L.R.A.M. (Bronze and Silver Medallist). The AP TYDVIL STRING QUARTETTE. Conductor Mr. H. HOWELLS, Treorchy. .,Doors open at 7 p.m., to commence at 7 30. Tickets Reserved Seats, 4/ 3/- Ground Floor Front, 2/. Second, 1/- (limited). = Public Notices. TT WILLIAM JOHN EALES, of 77, Tyla- JL celyn Road, Penygraig, in the County of Glamorgan, hereby give notice that I will not be reponsible for any debts contracted by my wife, Katie Eales, after this date. Signed;—WILLIAM JOHN EALES. March 25th, 1909. B950 WINNING Numbers of Morgan Thomas', 116, Miskin Road, TrealaAv, Prize Drawing:-187,5, 75, 1336, 1981, 5584, 5752, 1563, 497, 87, 5549, 6126, 931, 6143, 4106, 1460, 6185, 4418. 1S74, 49, 842, 3354, 1872, 354, 5175,1961,50, 1221, 3185, 3355,747,499, 140, 4468, 3372, 4045, 1259, 3314, 359, 2585, 2773. Secretary—William John, 156, Kenry Street, Tonypandy. Private Street Works Act, 1892. IN THE MATTER of the PRIVATE STREET WORKS resolved to be exe- cuted by the RHONDDA URBAN DIS- TRICT COUNCIL in a certain Street known as Brewery Terrace, situate at Pontygwaith, in the District of the said Council. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Court of Summary Jurisdiction sit- ting at the Police Court, Ton-Pentre, in the County of Glamorgan, has appointed Monday, the 5th day of Ap.ril, 1909, at 10 o'clock a.m., at the Police Court, Ton- Pentre, aforesaid, for the purpose of hearing and determining the matter of all objections made to the carrying out of the above-mentioned works by the said Council. Dated this 18th day of March, 1909. W. P. NICHOLAS, 4750 Clerk of the said Council. Private Street Works Act, 1892. IN THE MATTER "of the PRIVATE STREET WORKS resolved to be exe- cuted by the RHONDDA URBAN DIS- TRICT COUNCIL in certain Streets known as Bank Street, Belle Vue Street, and Hendre Terrace, situate at Penygraig, in the District of the said Council. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Court of Summary Jurisdiction sit- ting at the Police Court, Ton-Pentre, in the County of Glamorgan, has appointed Monday, the 6th day of April, 1909 at 10 o'clock a.m., at the Police Couxt, Ton- Pentre, aforesaid, for the purpose of hearing and determining the matter of all objections made to the carrying out of the* above-mentioned works by the said Council. Dated this 18th day of March, 1909. W. P. NICHOLAS, 4749 Clerk of the said Council, Rhondda Urban District Council. -+- PRIVATE STREET WORKS ACT, 1892. -+- NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that at a Meeting of the Rhondda Urban District Council, held in the Council Chamber at Pentre, on the 12th day of March, 1909, the Surveyor submitted to the Council: — (a) Specifications of Private Street Works, with Plans and Sections; (b) Estimates of the probable expenses of the Works; and (c) Provisional Apportionments of the estimated expenses among the Premises liable to be charged therewith comprising: the particulars prescribed in Part I. of the Schedule to the Private Street Works Act, 1892, as respects Abertonllwyd Street, Hill Street, and Brynfedwen Street, situate at Treherbert, within the District of the said Council. And it was resolved That the said Specification, Plans, Sections Estimates, and Provisional Apportionments be and the same are hereby approved." NOTICE is hereby further given that the approved Specifications; Plans, Sec- tions, Estimates, and Provisional Appor- tionments (or copies thereof certified by the Surveyor) will be kept deposited at the Offices of the said Council, situate in Llewellyn Street, Pentre. and be open during the office hours thereat to inspec- tion by the owners of the premises shewn as liable to be charged in the Provisional Apportionments for a period of One Month from the 20th day of March, 1909, being the date of the first publication of this Notice, during which period any person or persons affected thereby may, in pursuance of Section Seven of the said .Act, by written notice served on the Council, object to the proposals on any of the grounds in such Section specified. Dated this 20th day of March, 1909. W. P. NICHOLAS, 4751 Clerk to the Council. Private Street Works Act, 1892. -+- IN THE MATTER of the PRIVATE STREET WORKS resolved to be exe- cuted by the RHONDDA URBAN DIS- TRICT COUNCIL in a certain Street known as Bryn Terrace. Birchgrove, situate at Porth, in the District of the said Council. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Court of Summary Jurisdiction sit' ting at the Police Court, Ton-Pentre, in the County of Glamorgan, has appointed Monday, the 5th day of April, 1909 at 10 o'clock a.m., at the Police Court, Ton- Pentre, aforesaid, for the purpose of hearing and determining the matter of all objections made to the carrying out of the above-mentioned works by the said Council. Dated- this 18th day of March, 1909. W. P. NICHOLAS, 4748 Clerk of the said Council. Rhondda Intermediate School, Porth. Entrance Scholarship Examina- tions, 1909. THE following Scholarships are offered by' the Governors to pupils from Elementary Schools, tenable for the year 1909-1910. These Scholarships may be renewed from year to year. I 14 Scholarships are offered to boys, and 12 j to girls :— To the first boy, and the first girl in order of merit, £6 each. To the second boy and the second girl in order of merit, £5 each. To the third boy, and the third girl in order of merit, C4 each. The remainder will be of the annual value of 93 each. The value of these Scholarships in certain cases may be augmented by such an amount as would cover the cost of rail or tram fare, and other incidental expenses. The examination will be divided into two parts, viz. Part I., which will take place on June 4th, 1909; and Part II., which will take place as soon as possible afterwards The Syllabus of the Examination may be obtained from the undersigned or from the Headmaster. The names of all candidates must be sent to the Clerk of the Local County School Governors by the Head Teachers of their respective Schools, or by the Parents or Guardians of Candidates, not later than Friday, April 2nd, 1909, on Forms to be obtained on application, by letter or other wise, to the Clerk, or to the Headmaster of the County School. Candidates must be under 13 years of age on August 1st, 1909. A Certificate of Birth must be forwarded for each Candidate at the same time as the entry Form, or in the absence of a Certificate a Statutory Declaration. Without the pro- duction of a Certificate or Statutory Declara- tion no Candidate will be allowed to sit at the Examination. Such Certificates and Statutory Declarations will be duly returned. W. T. DAVIES, 4745 Clerk to the Governors, Porth. Rhondda Urban District Council. THE NOTIFICATION OF BIRTHS ACT, 1907. IN pursuance of the provisions con- tained in the Schedule to the Noti- fication of Births Act, 1907, NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that at a Meeting of the Rhondda Urban District Council duly convened and held in the Council Chamber, at Pentre. on Friday, the 12th day of March, 1909, it was RESOLVED that the Council do adopt the Notification of Births Act, 1907, for the Urban area of Rhondda. W. P. NICHOLAS, Clerk of the Council. Council Offices, Pentre, 25th March, 1909.

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