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Cross Brothers, Ltd., The Cardiff Ironmongers. '-p Itrge display of GARDEN SEATS from 10s. 6d.; TENTS, 18s. 6d.; TABLES, 5s. GARDEN ROLLERS from 32s.; LAWN MOWERS from 29s, ——— f: Rustic Tables, Seats & Chairs a Speciality Wire Arches, Stands and Flower Baskets in Large Varieties always in Stock. Wire Netting Price List. Sin. by 2ft. wide, 3s. 8cl, Sin. by 3ft., wide 5s. Od. 3in. by 4ft. wide, 6s. 7d. 2in. by 2ft. wide, 4s. 8d. 2in. by 3ft. wide, 6s. 4d. 2in. by 4ft. wide, 8s. 5d. Above prices are for 50 yards rolls for net cash. Our Motto: LOW PRICES, PROMPT DELIVERY. -+- & 4, St. Mary Street Grosvenor Restaurant, Penarth (Two minutes' walk from Station). Mr. 0. G. J. WILLIAMS, Proprietor, Will be pleased to see all OLD FRIENDS AS WELL AS NEW ONES during the season. School parties, Picnics, etc., specially catered for. Good Beds, charges strictly moderate PRICE LIST ON APPLICATION. 4836 ;f A years of terrible agony relieved by one ™ application, and cured with two boxes of E"LL- WEL,, This is the remarkable story of Mrs. C. Lewis, 43, Gilfach Road Tonyrefail. Nov. 25, 1908. *• It gives me the greatest pleasure to testify to the curative properties of E'll-Wel. ^or fuSy 4 years I suffered terribly with Eczema and great swellings in my feet. I could not wear stockings of any kind, but had to wrap linen around my feet, which I had to change three and four time3 a day, owin^ to discharges. I tried many ointments without success. I therefore gave E'll-Wel a trial, and am pleased to say that I had relief with the (ilst application, and two boxes effected a complete cure, that being eight months ago. There Is now no sign of It recurring again. Yours gratefully, E'll-Wel will cure your skin trouble whatever it may be-Boils, Burns, Pimples, J?iles, Ringworm, sores, Itch, Chilblains, etc. When applied to a bad place, its healing virtues go straight to the cause of the trouble, thereby effecting a complete cure quickly. Sold in Boxes Is. lid each-post free from our Agents- A. D, LLEWELLYN, Chemist, Tonyrefail; JOHN HERAPATH, P.O., Tonyrefail: and THOMAS & EVANS, Universal Provider. 4568 -.MEOW The AC*E' nel ACII SILVER UVER. -L)L A'i One article alone In H. Samuel's magnift cent stock-the 'WIT 's SILYER LEVER-has I L R had a sale of over j II. SAMUEL sells considerably more Dinner WATCHES, CLOCKS, RINGS, Cret, PLATE, CUTLERY, Etc., heavi!y Blectro-pltd. than any other ftrm of Its kind in The Famous ftrntsells RING, SILVER as good value as 6/6 LEVER. H. The world- fir SENSATIONALLY LOW PRICES I fJmedTatth LITLFCJJ MIL DR AN MR- S.JOHNSON, Matlock with the J KEAO CUff Matloclc. marvellous Inc7 TUIC "THE as/- WATCH » THlO. I BOUGHT 18 or 20 J YEARS AGO HAS GIVEN ■ ""wi have raaHc it 8f" EYERY SATISFACTION." H Keyless the most MONTH'S FREE UNCONDITIONAL TRIAL OF YOUR ■CME' perfect time- Ji rHrF' PURCHASE ALLOWED, AND YOUR RAIL FARE PAID UP ■ keeper ever Wm » »• «U» PURCHASES or ui- UPIMROS. »• jjSjBs^ggl CALL TO-DAY—UNIQUE DISPLAY! 1 Sa, ^p ri c FREE GIFT OF SILVER 7 ALBERT. H. SAiummUEL, .St. [4ary Call and see g CARDIFF ■ the "ACME"; fl TO-DAY. '■ PIANOFORTES The Sole Agency for Cardiff and district for The World's Greatest Makers. BECHSTEIN. BROADWOOD, BLUTHNER, SCHIEDMAYER, STECK. NEUMEYER, WALDEMAR, PIANOLA-PIANOS, & .EOLIANS, IS HELD BY B. J. HEATH & SONS, Cardiff, Pontypridd, Penartb, and Port Talbot. Who also Stock Pianos by BRINSMEAD,COLLARD,KIRKMAN, STEINWAY,ERARD IBACH, Sec., from 15 Guineas Cash, or 10/6 monthly. ORGANS by MASON & EIAMLIN, BELL, DOMINION, &c., &c. Reduced Instalments, Special Discounts, Nat. Tel. Cardiff 2199. Pontyprida 21 BRISTOW, WADLEY, and CO., (The Cardiff Wall-paper Supply), "Wholesale and Retail Plate and Sheet Glass, Oil and Colour Merchants. Ask your Decorator for the Wyndham Pattern Book of Art Wall Papers. 5, 6, and 8, Mill Lane, CARDIFF. Ring up Nat. 'Phone 1517, 477'1 Fop HARNESS, COLLARS, M^ and SADDLES. Pony, from £ 3 10s. Cob, £ 4 10s. Heavy Van, £ 5 10s. Pipe J» Collar, -lined wool, from 10s. each Heavy Cart, with straps and Side pacls, 16s. 50 pairs of Lamps from 7s. 6d., with Patent ^Sillia^^S Socket;, from 14s. to clear. 100 pairs of Leggings. seam back, from 3s. M. Blocked, 6s. 6d. to clear. Tru ks, Portmanteau Kit, Brief Bags, 4 and Japanese Hampers. English Bends, Is. 4d. Best, Is. 6d., to clear. Brass Rivets, 8d. in 7-lb. bags. Grindery at Wholesale Prices. Sullivan's Rubbers and Revolving Heels kept in stock. 0" C* M T A M T** €2 next door to the £ > Ci 11 V V ll Ci O j POLICE STATION, DUNRAVEN STREET, TONYPANDY.
Thefts from T.V.R. Vans.
Thefts from T.V.R. Vans. Series of Charges against Tram Conductor. Seven Months' Imprisonment Imposed. At Porth Police Court on Thursday, before the Stipendiary (Mr. D. Lleufer Thomas) and other magistrates, Stephen Davies, a tram conductor, and formerly a servant in the employ of the Taff Vale Railway Company, was charged with a number of cases of theft from Taff Vale Railway wagons. Mr. Ingledew, Cardiff, prosecuted for the Company, and said that in the past eight months £100 had been lost. The first charge was one of stealing cigarettes, value £ 4 19s. lid. Evidence showed that these articles had been safely packed at Bristol, but when the wagon was unloaded, Harry Headford, goods checker at Tonypandy Station, found that they had been tampered with. Two tramwaymen had been asked by the defendant to buy cigarettes off him. P.S. Morris came to know of this and arrested prisoner' at the Tramway Depot. Prisoner at first said he had won them in a game of Houpla." He later admitted that he had taken them from Tonypandy Rail- way Station. Detective David Edwards said that the cigarettes were the property of the Taff Vale Railway, and the wholesale value was L4 19s. lid., which the Company had to refund. Prisoner pleaded guilty. The second charge was then taken. It was proved that prisoner had taken a navy blue serge suit, a black serge suit, a brown striped trousers, a boy's brown coat and waistcoat, nine dozen penny tins of boot polish, and 131bs. of soap, the total value being; £3 18s. lid. H. W. Woods, Tonypandy, said he found the skip of clothes almost empty and the van scattered with goods. The boxes con- taining the boot polish and soap had also been tampered with. J. Freedman, pawnbroker, Penygraig, said that prisoner had pledged a trousers value 3s. Inspector Edwards said that prisoner had admitted the thefts to him. Prisoner pleaded guilty, but said he had only taken three dozen boxes of polish. Prisoner was afterwards charged with stealing three bottles of gin. Evidence was given to the effect that twelve bottles of gin had been sent by Messrs. Hancock, Cardiff, to Mr. T. Jenkins, Blaenolydach. J. 0. Wilkins and Percy Hiett, Taff Vale Railway employees, said they found the cases had been tampered with. Prisoner again pleaded guilty. Prisoner was sentenced to three months' imprisonment for each of the two former cases and one month for the third—a total of seven months.
This space is reserved for the "MANNINA" (Trade Mark) HERBAL OINTMENT. CUKE FOR CANCER, &c. MANNINA is made up in three different strengths as No. 1. Full. Cancer, &c., cure., at 2/9, 4/6, and 8/6 per pot. No. II. Medium. For all poisoned wounds, at lilt, 2/9, and 4/6 per pot. No. III. Mild. For all skin diseases, at lilt, 2/9, and 4/6 per pot. It is sold by the following Dispensing Chemists: J. DAVIES. 14, Dunraven Street, Tonypandy T. DAVIE"1. Bridge Pharmacy Portti D. E. DAVIES, Treorchy. EMRYS EVANS, Ab-rdare. OLIVER DAVIES, Mill Street, Pontypridd D. GEORGE, 153, Bute Strest Treherbert I DAVID GEORGE, M.R.P.S, Ph. C., Central Drug Stores, Pentre. Or can be obtained direct from the Sole Proprietors: THE "MANNINA" HERBAL OINT- MENT COMPANY, Main Street. Fishguard. Note.—Please write for free "Booklet." 3580
Struck by a Rope.
Struck by a Rope. Fredk. Hunt (41), an assistant timber- man employed at the Cambrian Colliery, Clydach Vale, succumbed to injuries received whilst following his employment at the colliery. Deceased was struck by a rope on the head and was rendered un- conscious. From the day of the accident his case was considered hopeless.
11IEY C(/RE WHEN OT/lEIlSFAIL I W_ rHQU,sANQS OF TO T¡(T"'SrE iTOOTHVACHf ■k AND ffljg l-p /vnvMsm I Bk Mnibftir.iA 1 OfJucMM/srs I 1 POWDERS, Promptly Arrest Quinsy and Colds
Ton-Pentre Police Court. Monday.—Before the Stipendiary (Mr. D. Lleufer Thomas), Messrs. T. P. Jen- kins, W. T. Jones, Enoch Davies, Alder- man Wm. Morgan, Alderman Richard I Lewis, Messrs. R. S. Griffiths, D. W. Davies, and J. D. Williams. COAL STEALING. Jos. Moore, Llwynypia, was summoned for stealing 281bs. of coal from the tram- road on the Glamorgan Colliery on Satur- day last, the property of the Cambrian Colliery Company. Watchman Bowen and P.C. Owen gave evidence. A fine of 10s. was imposed. ROAST CHICKEN. Louisa Harries, a married woman, of Gilfach Goch, was .charged with stealing a fowl, the property of W. H. Evans, landlord of the Glamorgan Hotel, Gilfach Goch. Prosecutor said that on Saturday morn- ing last he found the staple on his fowl- co"t broken off, and discovered that one of his best hens was missing. On Sunday he was shown the hen, partly cooked (laughter). Mr. T'. P. Jenkins: You could not identify it in that state, surely? P.S. George Only from admission, your Worship. P.S. George said that on receipt of information from last witness, he made enquiries in the neighbourhood. On Sun- day morning he entered several houses, and on reaching defendant's house he could detect the smell of a, fowl being cooked (laughter). He asked defendant what she had for dinner, and she replied that it was a fowl, which she had had from her mother for work done. Witness said that he did not believe her, and said that he would arrest her or her husband on a charge of stealing the fowl. She then admitted stealing; the fowl, adding that her husband knew nothing about it. Mr. T. P. Jenkins: Was it nearly done? Witness (producing a nicely browned carcase): It is done now, your Worship (loud laughter). Mr. T. P. Jenkins: If you had been half-an-hour later, you would have had a nice dinner. Witness: I watched it (laughter). I was not going there after dinner. Addressing the woman, who pleaded guilty, but denied having taken it from the cot, Mr. T. P. Jenkins said that it was a very mean thing to steal a neigh- bour's fowl and take it home for dinner. A fine of 15s. was imposed. A LODGING-HOUSEl BRAWL. Thomas Butler, labourer; was charged with doing grievous bodily injury to Martin Power, lodging-house keeper, 3, Gelligaled Road, Ystrad. Before Power's evidence was taken, Dr. Costello asked that very few questions should be put to him, as his jawbone was shattered. Complainant, whose face and jaw was heavily bandaged, said that a fight was in progress at his house on Saturday night when prisoner came in. As witness was stooping to pick one of the men up, prisoner kicked him in the jaw. His teeth were all shaken, and lie was taken to a doctor. Corroborative evidence was given by Wm. Anderson, a lodger at the house. Prisoner was remanded in custody for a, week. YOUNIG OFFICER COMPLIMENTED. Abraham Pickens, auctioneer, Treher- bert, was summoned for a breach of the peace. P.C. Amos said that defendant was fighting with another man on the 14th last month. "From inquiries made," added witness, defendant was not blame- able, the other man being the aggressor." The Stipendiary dismissed the charge, and addressing the officer, said that he was much obliged to him for giving his evidence in such a straightforward manner and telling the, Bench that a man was not blameable.* He trusted the police would always act in the same spirit. ALLEGED INTOXICATION AT THE MINE. Seth Francis, night labourer at the Park Colliery, Treorchy (Ocean Coal Company, Ltd.), was summoned for a breach of Rule. 221 of the Coal Mines Regulation Act. Mr. D. W. James, Tonypandy, prosecuted for the Company. Defendant was absent, and a warrant was issued for his attendance at the next Court. CARD PLAYING AT YSTRAD. Thomas Edwards, John Jones, Price Jones, Gwilym Edwards, Hezekiah Evans and Edgar Lewis, all of Ystrad, were fined 10s. each for playing cards. P.O. Batten gave evidence. A CLYDACH VALE ASSAULT. Wm. John Davies and Mary Ann Davies, Marian Street, Clydach Vale, were summoned by Annie Perry, a neighbour, for assault. Complainant said that on June 19th, about 8 p.m., she was going to a shop, when Wm. John Davies jumped out from his back garden and told his wife to throw a stone at her. As she walked away, one of them threw a stone, hitting her on the forehead. Mary Ann Davies then came down, and hit her in the face. A cross-summons was issued against Mrs. Perry by Mary Ann Davies for threats. The Bench dismissed the cross-summons, and imposed a fine of 10s. each on Davies and his wife. DRUNKS. Charles Pearce, Treherbert, 10s. Idris Morgan, Treorchy, 15s. Evan Rees, Cwmparc, 10s. John Thomas, Treherbert, 25s. James Nash. Pentre, 10s. Peter Hannigan, Tonypandy, 10s.
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Rhondda Education Committee.
Rhondda Education Committee. Objectionable Regulations. Teachers to Meet Committee. Religion and Remuneration. The monthly meeting of the Rhondda Education Committee was held at the Council Chamber, Pentre, on Friday, Dr. W. E. Thomas presiding. The other members present were Mrs. Florence Nicholas, Councillors Ben Davies, R. S. Griffiths, Ed. Jones, William Thomas, Dr. A. G. Tribe, Tom Evans, Dd. Smith, Walter Williams, W. P. Thomas, Lewis Hopkins, D. R. Jones, Griffith Evans, W. H. Morgan, Dd. Williams, Dl. Evans, Thos. Thomas, W. D. Wight and Thos. George, together with the Clerk (Mr. W. P. Nicholas), the medical Officer of Health (Dr. J. D. Jenkins), and the Director (Mr. T. W. Berry). TREAT FOR MID-RHONDDA CHIL- DREN. The Clerk read a letter from Mr. Rhys Williams, Miskin Manor, stating that he desired to give a tea, to the children at the following schools on the occasion of H.R.H. Princess Louise's visit on the 23rd inst. -Pontrhondda, Llwynypia, Tonypandy, Blaenolydach, Owmclydach, Trealaw, Dinas, Penygraig, Graigddu, Williamstown, and Tonypandy R.C. On the motion of Councillor Tom Evans, it was resolved to accept the offer, and to thank Mr. Williams for his generosity. COMMITTEE'S REGULATIONS. CONFERENCE WITH TEACHERS. A letter was received from Mr. H. Howells, headmaster, Treorchy Schools, asking the Council to grant permission for a conference between the Council and the certificated teachers of the Valley to dis- cuss the regulations of the Committee. The Chairman said that leave should be granted, but that the teacher should be asked what points in the regulations they wished to discuss. Councillor Tom Evans said that what the teachers wanted was to give their reasons why the Committee should deal more leniently with them on the corporal punishment question. The Chairman It is only fair that the Clerk should have a copy of their objec- tions. Councillor R. S. Griffiths moved that the teachers be heard at the next Council meeting, on condition that they supplied the Clerk with the numbers of the parti- cular regulations they objected to, or wished to discuss. It was eventualln resolved that a round table conference be held with the teachers on Friday, the 16th inst. ROMAN CATHOLIC TEACHER'S SALARY. PENALISING AN INDIVIDUAL." The question of the salary paid to Mrs. Kate Tranter, head-teacher at the Tony- pandy Roman Catholic School, came up for discussion in a minute of the School Management Committee directing the Education Committee's attention to a resolution of the Roman Catholic School managers that Mrs. Tranter's salary be raised to the level of the salary paid by them to their own head-teachers of similar qualifications." Councillor Wight moved that Mrs. Tranter's salary, which stands at present at C70 per annum, be raised by £ 15 per annum until it reached LIOO. Councillor D. R. Jones, in seconding, said that it was only fair that this teacher should be given the same chance, as others. If she was their servant, and held the same certificate as others who were receiving £100 a year, and performing her work satisfactorily, she ought to be paid. If, on the other hand, the Committee were not satisfied with her work, she should be removed. Dr. Tribe: Have we any authority over that school? The Chairman No. Councillor R. S. Griffiths: We have two votes out of six on the Board of Managers. Continuing, Councillor Griffiths said that at one period when the teacher was in charge of 100 children—her assistant having gone to Ireland for her holidays, and died-the Committee offered them the loan of a teacher until the managers had filled up the vacancy, but they refused. That was the regard which the managers had for the welfare of these particular children, added Mr. Griffiths. In reply to Councillor Wight, Mr. Griffiths said that he instanced the above to show the amount of authority the Com mittee had over the school. Councillor Wight: The question of con- trol has been raised. I take it that we have control over the amount of salaries paid to these teachers. The Chairman: Yes. Councillor Wight: A recommendation has been made to us that the salary of this teacher should be increased, and it is also being stated that this teacher, as compared with other teachers even under our own authority, is working at a dis- advantage. I think that the side-issue as to whether this teacher is of a certain religion or not ought to be put away by us. We ought to do justice to the indi- vidual in the work she is employed, and it seems to me that by your figures placed before us to-day— £ 70 to this woman, whereas the lowest we pay to other teachers of similar qualifications is L100- we are not treating her with justice. It is for that reason I am asking that she should have an advance of £ 15 during the next two years. I am sorry that this Council should allow itself open to the charge of bias in regard to any individual in its employ. The Chairman: The Committee is not biassed. If these teachers must have equal salaries to our own teachers, the appointments must be open to every person in the kingdom. Immediately every candidate will have the same chance of obtaining an aDpointment in this school, I shall move that the teachers be put on the same ground as our own. Councillor Wight: What has this poor girl to do with the regulations under which she is employed ? She has no power in that matter, and it is a. very poor reason to bring up for penalising this poor individual. We are not dealing with a system, but an individual. She cannot help the system, and it is hard lines that we should punish her. The Chairman How are we punishing her? All our appointments are open to her if she wished to apply for them, but she prefers to remain here. Dr. Tribe: Is she open to a-^ointments in other schools ? The Chairman: Certainly; but she never applies. Councillor Tom Evans moved an amend- ment that before granting an increase, they should ascertain the exact qualifi- cations of Mrs. Tranter. Councillor Wight modified his motion that Mrs. Tranter's 'salary be increased by three increments of ZCIO per annum, instead of two of £ 15. "I do not believe in making, too big a jump," he added. On a division, 4 voted for Mr. Wight's motion and 14 against. The Chairman (to Mre. Nicholas, who voted for the motion): I'm sorry to see you in such bad company (laughter). Councillor D. R. Jones: We had the victory, Mrs. Nicholas, on our side. The Clerk: I suppose she voted as a woman (laughter).
Laconic. "What brought you here?"—"My feet." Wait a bit and I'll have a chat with you." This laconic duologue occurred on Sun- day morning last between Griff. Morrisey, a labourer, of no fixed abode, and Phillip Phillips, Tramroad, Pontypridd. Phillips had gone to bed, and hearing a. noise in the backyard, he saw prisoner standing near a fowls' cot. Morrisey was brought up at Ystrad on Monday charged with being found on premises with intent to commit a felony. In reply to the charge, prisoner said that he could not account how he got there. A fine of 10s. was imposed.
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