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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. ANTJED, Youth about 15.—Apply to Phillips, Hosier and Hatter, Bridge House, Tonypandy. ANTED.-Strong lad to become an W apprentice to Plumbing and Gas Fit- ting. Apply—Alban Richards, Contractor, Pentre. b989 TO LET. TO LET ON LEASK. Large Shop on the corner of Bridge street and Dunraven street, Tonypandy, and near Tonypandy and Trealaw Station, suitable for a draper or provision merchant. For further particulars apply to Messrs. J. Jones Pugh and Davey, Solicitors, Tonypandy and Poutypridd. 4917 i — FOR SALE. OUSE FOR SALE. 53, Court street, Tonypandy. 990/505 COTTAGES in Trealaw Road, Rentals, 30/ 261- and 26/- respectively Good positions. For particulars, write Box 91, Rhondda Leader Office, Tonypandy. b991/03 0TIce Cream Makers. Freezing salt for sale.—Address, T. David, Marshfield House, Penygraig. B935/12 SMART PRINT BLOUSES. Helio., Pi; k, Blue, Green, &c. Splendid designs, sizes 13 to 14i. Price 1/9 each. Carr. paid. Money 2 returned if not satisfied. Blouse Manu- facturing Co., 81, Albert Road, Levenshulme, Manchester. B982/Q2 blTSALE.—Bargain, lady's magnificent cycle, highest grade Coventry machine, as new, not soiled clinchei 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, 24 10s, Od, worth double, approval before cash sent. K. Stuckey, Oak Villar, Clarendon Road, Weston-super-mare. B967/09 CYCLE Bargain to anyone that wants a Gent's High Grade Coventry machine not used six times must be turned into cash two best roller brakes ball freewheel, the "latest improvements; high grade 1909 Coventry Cycle; plated rims, best of all things, all accessories, lamp and everything fully guaranteed, worth double, f3 12s. 6d. approval willingly before cash sent.—F. J. Hando, 6, Southbourne Terrace, Weston- super mare. 4809 ARTIFICIAL Legs, Arms, Surgical Appli- ances.—Visit South Wales periodically. List free.—J. Gillingham and Son, Chard, Som. ° C23j38 MUSICAL. HIL 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. 4J0 >: HERBERT WARE, VIOLINIST, Conductor of South Glamorgan and Local Orchestras, has vacancies for a few more Pupils on the VIOLIN and VIOLA. Thorough tuition. Moderate fees. I "SEVCIK" SYSTEM TAUGHT. For terms, apply 195, Kenry Street, Tonypandy. 4799 CHURCH AND CHAPEL ORGANS BUILT ON THE LATEST SYSTEMS, backer, Pneumatic, and E'ectro-Pneumatic, with per- fect repetition, answering all requirements of the most fastidious players. Detached Keyboards a Speciality. TUNING, REPAIRS, RENOVATIONS, etc etc. Wm. H. HARMSTON, Organ Builder, Nat. Tel. 91. PONTYPRIDD. 4815 j EDUCA riONAL. INSPECTOR OF MINES. PRIVATE LESSONS BY POST. TV/TINE Managers' Exaics. Scholarships and Associate" Jxi ahip in Mining, etc. Candidates prepar d. Miner- J alogy, Geology, Coal and Metal Mining, Placer and Hydraulic Mining, ere dressing, milling, mining, mining Mathematics. Electricity and Surveying. Certificates awarded. Write for Syllabus.-The Cambrian Mining School, Glanffrwd. Porth, Glam. b!m 08 INVENTIONS. UGO 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 Grey Hair permanently and speedily 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. Contains nothing injurious, and is beneficial to the giowth and beauty of the Hair. In bottles, price lj6 (postage 3d. extra). Manufacturer:— O. W. HARRISON, Hair Specialist, Reading. Sold by Chemists. Agents—for Tonypandy Emrys Richards, The Danraven Pharmacy. Pentre: David George, Chemist. B975/41 fh A PAGE Book about Herbs and how to 04: »se them, post free; send for one, Trimnell, The Herbalist. 144, .tlichmond Road, Cardiff. Established 1879. Please note the address. 13973/09 TO Prevent Fraud see that you get Estab- lished 1879 on every label and wrapper of Trimnell's Preparations, without which none are genuine. Trimnell, The Herbalist, 144, Richmond Road, Cardiff. ADVICE FREE for Stamp.—Mrs. Stewart, Lady Specialist.—Safe and Certain Remedy.- Address: 9, Guinea- street, Bristol. I B997113 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 4Jd. and 9d., postage ld. George W. Harrison, Chemist, Beading. Agents, Emrys Richards, Chemist, Coedy- mehian, Tonypandy; D. E. Davies, Chemist, Treorchy; W. B- Williams, Chemist, Medical Hall, Tylorstown; J. P Lewis Chemist, Medical Hall, Ynyshir. Weekly Service from Liverpool. FAST Luxurious accommodation in allclass- # M — es at moderate fares—only four days LINE open sea. Emigrants met at Liver- TO pool by Canadian Pacific Oiffcials. For sailings, pamphlets and information as CANADA. to opportunites in Canada, apply to Canadian Pacific Railway, 18. St. Aug'iatine's Parade, Bristol, or Local Agents everywhere. Established 184 4, Government Contractors. BRADSHAW & SON, ASPHALTE PAVING CONTRACTORS, etc. Contractors to the Cardiff, Barry, Glamorgan, Monmouth Educa- tion Committees, and other Public bodies. Special Quotations and Extended Terms of mcintenanc for Public Schoo's, Playgrounds, etc. Office and Works, Dumballs Road, CARDIFF. Nat. Tel. 2185 Holiday Resorts. ABERAVON BEACH. Alexandra, Rest- aurant. Large Dining Rooms suitable for School Parties. Good Beds, Dinners, Teas at Moderate Charges. For particulars apply L Friend. B979/10 ABE K AVON-BY-THE-SEA. EXCELLENT Accommodation for visitors. Safe Bathing, Switchback, Pierrots and other Amusements, School and Private Parties catered for, Luncheon and Tea from 1 per head. Write for terms, Thomas, Beach Restaurant, Jersey lieach, Aberavon. B276/10 BARRY ISLAND. Good accommodation JL) for Sunday Schools and Parties. Apply to Evan Richards, Post Office, Barry Island. b974,09 ILFRACOMBE—Comfortable apartments. _t. Splendid situation. Moderate terms. Mrs. Down, Berry Dene, Springfield Road. b970j07 SEASIDE ABERAVON. Rhondda Restaurant, Is Opposite Victoria Lake (boating). Dinners and Teas- Schools and Parties catered for. GooIl accommodation for Cyclists, Terms Moderate. D. JENKINS, Proprietor. C33/12 A Home from Home. Moderate Term"Bcd and Breakfast, 2/6. Parties of two or more taken at reduced terms. Welsh spoken. Splendid Accommo- dation. EVANS, GROVE PARK RESTAURANT 88, High-street, WESTON-SUPER-MARE. 4837 Nat. Tel. 49 Barry. BARRY ISLAND REFRESHMENT ROOMS, WHIT MORE BAY (Opposite Western Entrance to sands). Luncheons & Teas Provided at Moderate Charges. Large and small Parties, Schools, Cyclists, etc., catered for. LARGE ROOM FOR PARTIES. PRIVATE ROOM FOR VISITORS. All communications to be addressed to- E. LONG, Manageress, Barry Island. TIP CARTS, TROLLEYS, MORTAR CARTS. FARM CARTS, &c. Built of English Hard, Woods throughout. i=1 EW Cheapest and Best on the Market. Please call and inspect. FRANK MUNN, Dumballs Road, CARDIFF. Nat. Tel. 1190. Telegrams "Munn Cardiff." 4702 MONEY. FI E L D I N G S, OLDEST-ESTABLISHED, LARGEST, AND BEST- KNOWN FINANCIERS IN WALES. £10 TO £ 20,000 To Lend on Approved Note of Hand, Reversions. Life Policies. Personal or other Securities. Trade Bills Discounted. Privacy and Promptltute Assured. Dis- tance no object. Terms simply and plainly stated before completing business. Apply HAYES BUILDINGS, THE HAYES, CARDIFF. b866/ll CHEAP. MONEY RE-PAYMENTS EASY. JE5 repayable 5s. per week, total charge, 7s. 6d fclO ios. „ 158 E25 25s. „ „ 35s 6d C50 „ 50s. „ „ 68s Other Sums at similar Rates. Apply for prospectus to he WESTERN FINANCE ASSOCIATION (LTD.), 17, Working Street, Cardiff. MARXEl-SQUARE CHAMBERS, CHURCH STREET, PONTYPRIDD Attendance at Pontypridd Mondays. 4.30 till 7 p.m. Wednesdays, 11 till 2. Fridays, 4.30 till 7. 3913 MONEY. fT .S OLD-ESTABLISHED PROVINCIAL UNION A BANK continues to lend immense sums daily, from zio to 45,OW, on Note of Hand Alone, or other Security, at a few hours' notice, to all classes in any part of England and Wales, repayable by easy instalments. No good application is ever refused. All communications strictly private. Moderate Interest. Special rates for short periods. The largest, best known, and most honourably conducted Business in the Kingdom. Thousands of our regular customers have expressed their entire satisfaction in repeated transactions with us. If desired, one of our Officials will attend at your residence at once with Cash, and carry out the advance THERE AND THEN. Call, or write (in confidence), to the MANAGER, MB. STANLEY DOWDING, 1, QUBEN SQUARR, BRISTOL. you CAN BORROW Direct from the Actual Lender- MR. PHILIP MdRRIS, 80, TAFF-STREET, pONTYPRIDD, Manager of the South Wales Loan and Finance Co., ANY SUM FROM £ 5 TO £ 1,000 Upon your own Promissory Note and Re-pay to suit your circumstances. No sureties required. Lowest interest charged. Strict privacy observed in all transactions. Call or write in Confidence to- PHILIP MORRIS, at the above address. Applications from all parts receive prompt attention. I (?S.<1 There is nothing more annoying than a temporary shortage of money, and in any case, you don't care about borrowing from personal friends or relations. There is certainly no need to do this when you can get whatever accommodation you ijaHBHk require from ua: in the strictest con- nH fide nee. Make an appointment and (jraafiQ we will tell you what arrangement wejean make to suit you. GEORGE FRY & CO. V 11, Dynevor Plaoe, MB SWANSEA. JEST JAMES NORMAN, HISTLE HOTEL STABLES, TONYPANDY, Wishes to announce that On and after Thursday, Juae 24th, and every Thursday Afternoon throughout the Summer Months (weather permitting), lie has arranged Drives to thb Seaside and Country To the following places at exceptionally low prices, of parties of Five and Upwards. Jnne 24—To PENOOED, 1/9 July 1—PONTYCLUN, 16 July 8-CREIGIAU, 16 July 15—LLANHARRAN, 16 July 22—COWBR1DGE, 2/6 July 20—TAFFS WELL, 1/6 Please note the Reduced Prices to the Seaside— LLANTWIT MAJOR, 3,6 SOUTHERNDOWN, 3/6 PORTHCAWL, 3,6 IMP* Other Drives can be arranged by private treaty at similarly low terms. All orders should be sent to JAS, NORMAN, Thistle Hotel Stables, Tonypandy. Private Residence—Berw Road, opposite Conservative Club, Tonypandy. Telephone No.—46 P.O. 4892 MR. WILLIAM MORGAN'S SALES. PRELIMINARY ANNOUNCEMENT. TONYPANDY. MR. WILLIAM MORGAN will Let by Auction, on S°ven Years' Leases, at the DUNRAVEN HOTEL, Tonypandy, during the Month of July, TWO COMMO- DIOUS SHOPS under the New Empire now in course of construction. For further particulars, apply to the Auctioneer at his Offices, Coliseum Build- ings, Tonypandy. 4885 25, 26, Brithweunydd Roadv Trealaw. AT THE MISKIN HOTEL, TREALAW, TUESDAY, JULY 27th, at 7.30 p.m. MR. WM. MORGAN will Sell by Public Auction the above Properties. Further particulars of the Auctioneer, or of Messrs. Morgan, Bruce & Nicholas, Solicitors, Pontypridd. 4921 Cynog Villa, Cemetery Road, Trealaw. IMPORTANT SALE OF VALUABLE DETACHED VILLA, STABLES, COACH HOUSE, &c. MR. WM. MORGAN will Sell by Public Auction at the Miskin Hotel, Trealaw, on Tuesday, July 27th, at 7.30 p.m. Further particulars of the Auctioneer, or of Messrs. Morgan, Bruce & Nicholas, Solicitors, Pontypridd. 4920 Rhya Street, Trealaw. IMPORTANT SALE OF 5 VALUABLE LEASEHOLD PREMISES WITH LARGE GARDENS, SITUATE AS ABOVE, AND SOLD SEPARATELY. MR. WM. MORGAN will Sell by Public Auction at theMiskin Hotel, Trealaw, on Tuesday, July 27th, at 7.30 p.m., the above Valuable Five Dwelling Houses. Further particulars of the Auctioneer, or of Messis. Morgan, Bruce & Nicholas, Solicitors, Pontypridd. 4919 194, Trealaw Road, Trealaw. SALE OF VALUABLE LEASEHOLD SHOP AND PREMISES. MR. WM. MORGAN will Sell by Public Auction at theMiskin Hotel, Trealaw. on Tuesday, July 27th, at 7.30 p.m., the above Valuable Shop and Premises. Further particulars of the Auctioneer, or of Messrs. Morgan, Bruce & Nicholas, Solicitors, Pontypridd. 4918 MR. D. RICHARDS' SALES. Mardy. SALE OF LEASEHOLD SHOP AND PREMISES AND DWELLING-HOUSE. MR. D. RICHARDS has received in- structions to Sell by Public Auction, at the MARDY HOTEL. Mardv, on MONDAY EVENING, July 12th, 1909, at 7.30 o'clock .subject to such Conditions of Sale as shall be then and there read and produced), the following Very Desir- able Leasehold Property, Viz.: LOT I.-All that Shop and Premises known as The Temperance Rooms," 81, Mardy Road, Mardy, together with the very large Corrugated Iron 'Hall attached, measuring 45ft. x 18ft. or thereabouts. and now used as a Two-Table Billiard Room, let to Mr. Thomas Thomas, at the yearly rent of £36. Tenant playing Rates and Taxes. These Premises are held under an Inden- ture of Lease for a term of 99 years from the 25th day of March, 1876, at the low yearly rent of 15s. LOT 2.—All that Double Messuage and Premises known as 93 and under, Mardy Road, Mardy. now in the occupation of Messrs. Dd. Davies and Uriah Williams, at the lunar monthly rent of £1 Is. and 13s. respectively. These Premises are held under an Inden- ture of Lease for a term of 99 years from the 25th day of March, 1876, at the apportioned yearly rent of los. For further particulars apply— Messrs. MORGAN, BRUCE, AND NICHOLAS, Solicitors, Pontypridd; Or to the AUCTIONEER, Metropolitan Bank Buildings, Pentre. 4910 Setchfield & Sons Saleroom-HAYES BUILDINGS, The Hayes, Cardiff MESSRS. A. SETCBFIELD & SONS Sell by Auction at the above address on Mondays and Thursdays at 2 p.m., and Saturdays at 7 p.m. A large assortment of usefnl Household Furniture sold at each Sale, which are removed from various residences for absolute sale. Telephone—01194. Nat. 4598 CHINA and EARTHENWARE For Shopkeepers and Hawkers. The Best and Cheapest House in the Trade is W. Webb, Pottery Show Rooms, HAVELOCK ST. (off Westgate at.), CARDIFF. Beware of Imitators who copy our prices and pack you seconds unsaleable rubbish. 467 Rational Pageant of Wales CARDIFF JULY 26th to AUGUST 7th, 1909. Performances—July 26,—Rl, at 2.30 p.m. „ -August 2-7, at i.30 p.m, Two Performances on Saturdays and Bank Holiday. The whole of the episodes and interludes will be per- formed on each occasion. GREAT NATIONAL SPECTACLE. 5,000 PERFORMERS. SACKING OF CARDIFF CASTLE By 150 International Footballers in Full Armour. Numberless exciting incidents depicting Welsh history. Characters represented include Dame Wales, Devri Sant, Ivor Bach, Caradoo, King Arthur, Hywel Dda. Prince Llewelyn, and a host of others. MAGNIFICENT FIREWORKS DISPLAY. Music by the splendid Rand of the ROYAL MARINES (Porthsmouth Divisions). GRAND CHORUS OF 250 PICKED VOICES. BOOKING OFFICE NOW OPEN. Reserved Seats: 2/6, o 7/6, and 10/6. Ordinary Admission, One Shilling. Children Half-price to all Seats. A. W SWASH, Hon Sec., Pageant House, Cardiff. D. M. WILLIAMS, Accountant and Public Auditor, BRYN GELLI HOUSE, AXD LLOYDS BANK CHAMBERS, TONYPANDY. Tradesmen's Accounts written up, Balanced, orAndited. Deeds of Arrangement. Mortgagds and Transfers of Properties negotiated. Bankruptcy and Probate of Will Accounts Prepared. Insurance, House and Estate Agent. Rent Collected. 231 Cardiff and County Horticultural Society Coming of Age Show SOPHIA GARDENS, CARDIFF, Wednesday and Thursday, July 21 and 22, 1909. Most Liberal Prizes, amounting in money and plate to about £400. Four Programmes of music each day by His Majesty's Four Programmes of music each day by His Majesty's famous Scots Guards Band, and Band of the Glamorgan Royal G. Artillery. Many special features this year. Schedules free to any address. M. A. MAURICE BAILEY, Secretary, 4887 24, Duke St., CARDIFF. National Holiday Camp FOR YOUNG MEN July and August, at Porthcawl ORGANISED BY THE Welsh Council of Y.M.C.A. TERMS 22;. per week. Week End-Tie. Apply, J. R. POWELL, Holiday Camp, Porthcawl. IW Booking now. 4910 SHOP SUN BLINDS. We are the only makers in South Wales who de /ote ENTIRE attention to the ahove classs of blind;, Prices on Application. J. MASON & Co., Crown Blind Works Wyeverne Road, CARDIFF. Nat. Tel. 04571. 4672 SUN BLINDS FOR | £ ° £ ts Before ordering, Shopkeepers should write for Samples and Prices to the Manufacturers. Morgan & Richardson, Ltd. 20, Woman by Street, CARDIFF. Nat. Tel 326. Telegrams Tarpaulins. Cardiff. 4786 OPEN CHAMPION SOLO COMPETITION And Carnival Caerysgol Grounds, Tonyrefail, On TUESDAY, AUGUST 3rd, 1909. Prizes:-Ladies, S3 3s; Gentlemen, 23 Ss. Intending Competitors should send in their names to the Secretary, and copies of their Solos to the Accompanist seven days before the Competition. Minor Competitions open only to those who have not previously won a prize greater than 15/- 1—Soprano or Tenor, "Sympathy" (E. St. Quinton) prize 10/6 2-Contralto or Baritone, The Absent Voice (J. Owen Jones, F.K.O.O., Cardiff), priza 10'6 Adjudicator-Mr. J. OWEN JONES, F.R.C.O., Cardiff. Accompanist—Mr. D. R. JAMES, Penygraig. Secretary— Mr. S. H. HOLTAM, 82, High-st., Tonyrefail. Admission to the Grounds-Sixpence. 4923 Keep Your Eye ON OUR WINDOWS For Up-to-date Patterns. You can always rely on having the latest designs, fit, style and prices unequalled at G. C. DEAISi "THE TAILOR," 85a, Taff Street, PONTYPRIDD (Next door to Boot's Cash Chemist). £ s. d. Smart Holiday Suitings • from 1 15 0 to order Flannel Suitings (latest stripes) from 2 2 0 „ O Jr Noted Lierapnon Serge Flannel Suitings (latest stripes) from 2 2 0 „ Ojr Noted" Lierapnon" Serge Suit (Registered) from 2 2 0 Beat Cashmere Suitings trom 3 3 0 „ Gents' Frock Suiting (silk facings) 3 3 0 Ladies' Costumes (a Speciality) from 3 3 0 All Garments cut and made cn the Premises. "Troch Gwlad nag Argiwydd." ilfIll NI EXCELSIOR BUILDINGS, DE WINTON STREET, TONYPANDY Telephone No. 77 P.O. Tonypandy.
Editorial Notes. The report of the Special Committee appointed some time ago to consider the Auditor's Report for year ended March, 1907, appears in our issue. It is a most valuable report, and reflects a great deal of minute and detail investigation. The Rhondda. District Council is no longer an ordinary Urban Authority. It stands at the head of the Urban Authorities of the country, and its turnover represents sums
til YOUR Child's Eyes c'<' f A large proportion of children are found to be suffering from defective J vision, many children remaining dull and backward in lessons through | not being able to see their work properly. ParentB should have com- petent advice upon this matter. WD r1 A DVI EC M r The Qualified Sight- « UAnT »-) r.<5, Iwl, \a., testing Specialist, 16, High Street, Arcade, CARDIFF. And 15, Union Street, Swansea. I (Between High Street and St. John's Square.) RUF & KALTENBACH, Watchmakers, Jewellers and Silversmiths, 6, Hannah Street, Porth, jMft Having putin an entire NEW SHOP-FRONT, are showing New Lines in Watches and Jewellery, and Silver & Electro? plated Articles, suitable for Wedding and Birthday Gifts. WATCHES, English Patent Lever Watches, Solid Silver, 7 Jewels, 21/- A variety of high-grade W 1 Watches in Gold and Silver. 5lr J G WHILLESRY. Gold Alberts & Guards of various designs. Gold Necklets and Pendants of high-class finish. Bracelets and Bangles of every description. Also Scarf Pins, Safety Pins. Studs and Links. SPECIALITY. Wedding Rings, Keeper Rings, Gem and Signet Rings. The new fashion Wedding Ring of exceptional width stocked in all sizes. A present given with each Wedding Ring. For WATCH AND JEWELLERY REPAIRS R. & K. give every satis- faction. Every Watch entrusted to them is carefully examined, properly cleaned, repaired, and conditionally guaranteed for 12 months. High-class & Presentation Watches cleaned & repaired on premises by competent hands ESTABLISHED OVER 25 YEARS. 4922 I RICHARD JONES, of 2, Hill Side, Llwynypia, hereby give notice that I will not be answerable for any debt or debts contracted by my wife, Mary Ann Jones, after this date, the 5th day of July, 1909. b988 (Signed) RICHARD JONES.
Mid-Rhondda Chamber of ,Trade.
Mid-Rhondda Chamber of Trade. The usual monthly meeting of the above Chamber was held on Wednesday evening at the Grocers' Rooms, Wellington Cham- bers. Mr. J. Owen Jones occupied the chair. A letter was read from Deputy Chief Constable Cole. stating that he had written to the Chief Constable in regards to the request of the Chamber for a con- stable to be allocated to watch after their interests under the Shop Hours Act. The matter was afterwards discussed, one member being of the opinion that the services of a constable would .not be refused if the Chamber were prepared to pay for it. On the matter of uniform closing in the Valley, it was decided to write to the other Chambers throughout the Valley to ask their co-operation. SHOP ASSISTANTS' OUTING.. The choosing of a day for the shop assistants' annual outing was considered. Mr. Thos. Evans (Temple of Fashion) proposed that Bank-Holiday Tuesday, August 3rd, be the day fixed. This was seconded by Mr. D. J. Griffith. An amendment was put by Mr. John Lewis for a Thursday, but the proposition of Mr. Evans was carried. ROYAL VISIT. It was proposed by Mr. D. J. Griffiths, and seconded by Mr. Alcwyn Evans, Blaenclydach, that the business houses be closed at 1 o'clock on Friday, July 23rd, on the occasion of the Royal visit to Mid- Rhondda. The proposition wa-s carried unani- mously. CARNIVAL ARRANGEMENTS, An elaborate programme has been arranged by the committee selected to look after the interest of the carnival and rustic sports that will take place imme- diately after the Royal visit. Seventeen items have been decided upon, and the committee anticipate a very successful issue from their venture. Mr. L. W. Llewelyn has very kindly put the De Winton. Grounds at their disposal. There is one race at least that should be very interesting, and that is to be, confined to the members of the Chamber, and it is expected that each member will enter. PRESENTATION TO PRINCESS LOUISE. The Chamber of Trade have decided to present a silver casket to the Princess. The casket, which is to be supplied by Mr. Barney Isaacs (Mirror of Gemsi), will be surmounted by the figure of a collier, lamp in hand, and pick by his side; on one side will be a. photo of a colliery, and on the other side a photo of the Judge's Hall; and it will be ornamented with the Welsh Dragon on the four corners. In addition to the casket, an illuminated address will be presented to Her Royal Highness. We are in a position to state that it has been definitely decided for the Royal party to make their return journey to Miskin Manor through Penygraig;, Tonyrefail, and Llantrisant. thus giving the friends in the Ely Valley an oppor- tunity of showing their loyalty to the Royal Family. Mr. Rhys Williams is generously providing tea for all the school children in the Rhondda district, includ- ing the Roman Catholic School. The number of children to be thus treated is estimated at 8,362.
Drowned Whilst Playing.
Drowned Whilst Playing. Edwa-rd Thomas Board, aged 6 years, of Coronation Terrace, Porth, was playing by a pond on the mountain side near his home on Tuesday, when he fell into the water and was drowned. It anpears that he was trying to seize a, piece of floating wood, when he lost his balance and fell in. Some of his little playmates tried to rescue him, but lie sank before effective assistance was at hand. His body was recovered by P.O. Williams, and artificial respiration resorted to without success.
— M, 00K mi how M inviting i. a delicious Brown & Poison Blancmange with stewed fruit on a hot summer day, and again, how cooling and efreshing to eat! And the dish is just as whole- some as it is inviting. If you make the Blancmange according to recipe on Brown & Polson's packets, —using pure milk without water and boiling for 10 minutes-you will learn how really delicious a blancmange can be. This way brings out fully the delightful flavour found only in Brown at Poison's "Ipateftf Corn Flour 1
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Royal Visit to Mid-Rhondda July 23rd, 1909. The route of procession has now been definitely arranged. The Princess, motor- ing from Miskin Manor, will arrive at Porth about 2.45, where she will receive an address from the Porth Chamber of Trade, afterwards proceeding through Cemetery Road and Trealaw Road to the New Memorial Hall, where the opening ceremony takes place, and presentations made by the Rhondda District Council and Mid-Rhondda Chamber of Trade, leaving the hall about 4 o'clock, proceed- ing through Trealaw Road. Ynyecynqn Road, over new bridge to Llwynypia Road, through Tonypandy, Penygraig, Williamstown, Tonyrefail, to Miskin Manor. It is hoped that all householders along the line of route will make the best efforts possible at decoration in honour of the first visit of any of the Royal Family to our locality.
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money which would stagger the. Councillor of twenty years ago. The departments are many and growingljc. important in the scope of their operations. The report should have the most careful reading of the ratepayer, and obviously the Com- mittee would not resent any practical criticism on the recommendations submit- ted. These criticisms require expert capacity, but there is no doubt that. if applied into routine, the public servico of the Rhondda would be greatly facili- tated. We are glad to note that Mr. Smith, the chairman, and other represen- tatives have brought into their delibera- tions the conclusions arrived at after com- parison with the methods in vogue in other districts. The discussion of the scheme in detail will occupy some time, but we trust the public will maintain its interest in these discussions. It would be distressing, after such an elaborate report, not to reap the benefits of many of the recommendations. .'l.. !4 .:L -'l. We are glad to observe from the report of the Education Committee that a con- ference with the teachers to discuss the new regulations has been raiited. We should think that variety of opinion will be present only on a few clauses. In the main the regulations, which have received deliberate consideration, are generally non-contentious; and the outcome of the conference will result in a smoother order of things in the schools generally, which, after all, is the purpose of all such regulations. That such a schedule of governing rules was necessary, no one can dispute. It is quite impossible to work such a. large organisation as the education of nearly 30,000 scholars without such a scheme of rules. In corporate work a certain amount of stereotyping is unavoid- able. The prime consideration in a set of school regulations is that they are framed with the view of inducing the best work with the least irritation to the worker. The Committee obviously desire this end, and, further, we may say that the- concession of a conference expresses the gratifying fact that the principle of mutual understanding between the repre- sentatives of the people and the educators of the children its i-espected as education- ally essential.