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Cross Brothers, Ltd., The Cardiff Ironmongers. Large display of GARDEN SEATS from 10s. 6d.; TENTS, 18s. 6d.; TABLES, 5s. GARDEN ROLLERS from 32s.; LAWN MOWERS from 29s. Rustic Tables, Seats & Chairs a Speciality Wire Arches, Stands and Flower Baskets in Large Varieties always in Stock. -+- Wire Netting Price JList. 3in. by 2ft. wide, 3s. 8d. 3in. by 3ft., wide 5s. Od. Sin. by 4ft. wide, 6s. 7id. 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. -+- 3 & 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. 48-36 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 WHYNDAM HOTEL COLLEGE STREET. (40 yards from High Street Tram Terminus), SWANSEA. Proprietor:-BERT PHILLIPS (late Tonypandy and Pentre). Wines and Spirits Worthington's Beers of the Best Quality. on Draught andBottle. BILLIARD ROOM. THREE TABLES. 4916 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. I I Nov. 25, 1908. It gives me the greatest pleasure to testify to the curative properties of E'll-Wel. For fully 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 times a day, owing 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 first application, and two boxes effected a complete cure, that being eight months ago. There Is now no sign of it recurring again. 4 4 Yours gratefully, pf E'll-Wel will cure your skin trouble whatever it may be-Boils,Burns, Pimples, Piles, Ringworm, sores, Itch, Chilblains, etc. When applied to a bad place, its healing virtue? go straight to the cause of the trouble, thereby effecting a complete cure ^uicklj. Sold oxes Is. 1!d ch-post free from our Agents- D, LLEWELLYN, .emist, Ton JOHN HERAPATH, P.O., Tonyrefail: and THOMAS & AN Universal Provider. 4568 AL RECORD H. SAMUEL'S PRICES GREAT SUMMER YP" CLEARANCE-the 91 Arm has ever organised- A FEW aortunity for XAMPLES. Atk1 barsSff WATCHES, CLOCKS, RINGS, CUTLERY, PLATE, etc. /offered dur'ing safeyat 8/6 M/i—thousands to choose from at simply t 6 f ■ Jftstaggering reductions, SOLID F? /solid Gold BROOCH, with /ASK I BIG FREE PRIZE "S/. /YOURI 0/$|| I Zjf //A X W MHH 2SO,OOOhTESTIMONIALW ^i^bottle Dinner Cruets, electro- 9 /y!rJg0B £ Q received by H. SAMUEL I pitd., on strong stand; I reads: "I always have Cruet barg-,tin ever in nJL >1! I found everything you supply /offered in Britain. Kj» jMlj |pi fl Wit I to be of the best, and your Sale price 3/3 It B»1 rtvl^Sir will B WATCH I /II I exPedition and ^varying /Handsome Gold Curb Ring,^ Ifh^ I t |L H Strong and £ Jjjjj c°""esy Me unsurpassed, /genuine 6/- value, offered 3 H. ST. CLAIR, to-day at 31- Sale 7/ ft! J Higher Heath, Whitchurch. price ■/■«•' hi! I HAIL FARE See the windows—full of amazing Usual JU/ ."MIU rant offera_CALL iH-no obligation to Wnlllffiil price I W PAID. buy. This SALE surpasses all records. 'H. SAMUEL?,st MARY ST. OTgHgL (of Manchester), CARDIFF ■ Ejpfr 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 JR. J. HEATH & SONS, Cardiff, Pontypridd, Penarth, and Port Talbot. Who also Stock Pianos by BRINSMEAD,COLLARD.KIRKMAN, STEINW A Y,ERARD IBACH, &c., from 15 Guineas Cash, or 10 6 monthly. ORGANS by MASON & HAMLIN, BELL, DOMINION, &c., &c. Redutei Instalments, Special Discounts. Nat. Tel. Cardiff 2199. Pontyprida 21 1
Rhondda Tramway- men. Presentation at the Tynewydd Hotel. Mr. H. J. Nisbett Honoured. At a smoking, concert held on Thursday evening at the Tynewydd Hotel, Porth, to celebrate the anniversary of the open- ing of the Rhondda Electric Tramways, Mr. H. J. Nisbett, the manager, was made the recipient of a large and beauti- ful portrait of the whole staff and em- .ployees. The concert was got up, and the picture subscribed for, solely by the employees, who entertain the highest pos- sible opinion of their genial manager. The chair was taken at 7.30 prompt, the pre- sidents being Messrs. H. J. Nisbett and J. Hopper (assistant manager) and Super- intendent Roddy. The concert opened with an overture by Mr. Chas. Beaver- stock, after which Mr. W. Hatten (Tony- pandy) sang One of the Boys." An ex- cellent contribution by Signor Gallanni with his mandoline evoked great applause. Mr. Hopkin Atkins sang to great effect t; Play that melody o'er again" and Light Brigade." Superintendent Roddy, in making the presentation, said it was a pleasure for him to do so on behalf of the employees. They served under one of the most genial and gentlemanly managers it was the lot of man to serve under. Eulogies at pre- sentations had become formalities, but he assured them it was no formality in this case. Under the popular recipient's management, the Rhondda tramcars had run over a million, miles, and had carried nearly nine millions of people in one year (cheers). He could say, and he was sure they would all echo his expressions, that Mr. Nisbett was more of a friend to his workmen than he was of a. boss (hear, lieail).. He therefore asked him to accept the portrait as a token 'of their esteem. and he hoped it would be handed down as an heirloom to posterity (cheers). Mr. Nisbett, responding, thanked them all very much for their attitude towards him. He felt very proud of the picture of his men. He preferred this form of presentation to any other, and felt highly pleased with it. He had been about the country a great deal. "In fact," he con- tinued, I'm a fair roamer, and if I stay in the Rhondda another three months I will be breaking all my records, having been here one year and nine months." But never in the whole course of his career as an electrical engineer and manager had he a finer body of men to work for him in honesty, energy and discipline. But for one little breeze," a rift in the lute," everything had run very smoothly, and he hoped this good feeling would continue. He had done his best for them during, the "bother," and he was sure they were all prepared to acknowledge it (hear, hear). Mr. Nisbett then explained some of the difficulties they were working under because of the insufficiency of power. "However," he continued, our new plant will soon be ready, and that will greatly facilitate matters." He thought the public owed a debt of gratitude to his company for the facilities of travelling up and down the Valleys. His directors, however, had underestimated its possibilities but they were quite prepared to provide for the comfort and convenience of the public (cheers). He again thanked them for their beautiful present, and assured them he would treasure it as long as he lived (great applause). Mr. W. secretary of the local branch of the Tramwaymen's Federation, also testified to the popular recipient's qualities, and termed him the most remarkable man he had ever met. He had travelled extensively, and had been traffic superintendent at Shanghai, but he had not had the courtesy shown him there in an official can a city as he had by Mr. Nisbett and his men, though only a motorman (cheers). Other artistes who sarig to good effect were Messrs. Mog Evans, Dai Lloyd, Nat Coleman, W. J. Gethin, W. Eldwards, Tom Davies, W. Jones, F. G. Palfrey, T. Walker, Nat Amos and E. Morgan. Among the guests present were Dr. Lionel Lewis, Messrs. A. Orchard (Porth Hotel), H. Davies (cashier, Wattstown Collieries), and Mr. Davies (Davies Cousins, Porth).
Unquestioned in Tonypandy.
Unquestioned in Tonypandy. The word of a neighbour stands for truth, and for this reason the following frank, outspoken statement of a Blaen- clydach woman cannot be questioned. Mrs. R. H. Thompson resides at 44, Jones Street, Blaenclydach, Tonypandy. She says —" Although I used various medicines for constipation, they did not suit me, for they were so purgative. "For a long time I had been subject to constipation,, and for days together there would be no movement. After a meal I always had a dull, heavy sensation. "Reading of Doan's .Dinner Pills, I purchased a box, and soon found I had the right medicine at last, for a few of the pill-, relieved the constipation. When- ever I feel any sign of the trouble I take a pill or two, and am soon all right. I am pleased to speak for Doan's Dinner Pills, as they have suited me splendidly. (Signed) Rose H. Thompson." Doan's Dinner Pills are the best medi- cine for constipation, indigestion, bilious- ness; for headache, dizziness, distress after eating, poor appetite, yellow eyes, ,y and for every liver, stomach and bowel trouble. The pills may be had from all chemists and stores, price 1/11 per box, 6 boxes for 6/ or post free from the Fosfter-McClellan Co., 8, Wells Street, Oxford Street, London, W. Be sure you get the same kind of pills as Mrs. Thompson had. 4905c
Our Library Table.
Our Library Table. ["Bore'r Sabbath yn yr Epistol at y Colossi a id." By the Rev. W. Elvacl Davies, Clydach Vale.] This is another admirable book written on the same plan as Bore'r Sabbath yn y Philippiaid," which has been very generously recognised by pulpit, Press and public. We have read the book, and are delighted with Mr. Davies' way of deal- ing with this beautiful Epistle. We have a short history of the Church at Colossa from its inception, a minute analysis of every verse in the Epistle, and, where controversial passages occur, the views of the master commentators, together with sermons on at least every paragraph of the Epistle. Mr. Davies has acquired the art of putting his own individuality, if we may so put it into all his sermons, and nowhere is the book more character- istic of its author than in those apt com- parisons lie makes so that his hearers and P readers may fully understand God's way of salvation. Verily, the privileged at Clydach Vale must have had many a Bore Sabbath fraught with blessings. We would recommend this volume to Sunday School teachers and readers gene- rally, as we feel that it is this kind of Ibook our young people require at this period of instability of thought in the religious world. We feel confident there will be a demand for a second edition, when the author wilU be able to correct a few existing printer's errors.
Porth Police Court.
Porth Police Court. Thursday.—Before the Stipendiary (Mr. D. Lleufer Thomas), Mr. T. P. Jenkins, Mr. David Thomas, Mr. William Evans, and Dr. E. N. Davies. THEFT OF COAT AND TROUSERS. William Alexander, collier, Tylorstown, was charged with stealing a coat and trousers, the property of Thomas Morgan, 119, East Road, Tylorstown. Mr. James Phillips, Pontypridd, defended. Esther Morgan said that she took a parcel containing the coat and trousers from her mother's house to her own, and placed them on a window sill. Later in the evening, witness quarrelled with her husband, and she returned to her mother's house. Thomas Smith, 1, East Road, said that prisoner came to his house with a parcel, and asked to see a lodger named Murphy. Witness informed prisoner thsvt Murphy was in bed, whereupon prisoner left the parcel there and told him to give it to Murphy. Daniel Murphy said 'that he had worn the coat and trouserst, which, prisoner told him, he had bought from a navvy. P.O. Cole gave evidence of arrest. Prisoner pleaded not guilty, and said that as he was coming, home from work late on Saturday evening he turned into a public-house, where he bought a suit of clothes from a navvy for 2s. Mr. Phillips asked that the prisoner should be dealt with under the Probation Act. He was a. very respectable man, and produced some excellent references. The Bench believed the defendant pos- sessed guilty knowledge, and fined him 10s. FORBIDDEN HER SON'S HOUSE. Ellen Macdonald, an elderly woman, of Gelli, was seen by P.C. Phillips, Treorchy, in Bute Street, Treorchy, on Tuesday evening in a very drunken condition, and smashing the windows of a, dwelling-house. With considerable difficulty she was taken to the Police Station, and liberated on the following morning. In the evening of the same day, she was again arrested at Treherbert, where her conduct caused a crowd to soon gather around her. In the course of the hearing it tran- spired that prisoner had quarrelled with her son, and he would have no more to do with her. Prisoner was fined 5s. in respect of both offences. COLLIERY OFFENCES. Rowland Jones, collier, employed at the Lady Lewis Colliery, Ynyshir, was sum- moned for a breach of the Special Rules, Coal Mines Regulation Act, in that he did not properly sprag his working place. Mr. W. Kenshole, Aberdare, prosecuted for the Company, and Mr. A. T. James, Pontypridd, defended. Mr. Bowen, manager, said that he visited defendant's working place on 9th July, and found a, long slip, of coal over- hanging. Two sprags were placed against the coal, but these had not been properly secured. Defendant was at the time em- ployed in putting up some timber in his roadway. A fine of 20s., including costs, was im- posed. Henry Dibbins, collier, employed at the New Pit, Cymmer Colliery, was summoned for a breach of colliery regulations. Mr. W. Kenshole appeared for the Company. Evidence was given by John Owen Davies, day hitcher at the colliery, to the effect that on a pay-Saturday defen- dant got into a wrong queue at the pit bottom, and afterwards got into a cage when it was already full. When asked to come out, he delayed some time, and then came out, put his lamp one side, and rushed at witness' throat. E. S. Williams, manager, who proved the rules, said that he interrogated the defendant, who admitted having been in the wrong queue. He also admitted catching hold of the hitcher's cravat. A fine of 20s., including costs, was im- posed.
Nantymoel. The annual Sunday School anniversary services in connection with Hope (E.C.) Church, Blaenogwy, were held on Sunday last. In the morning, the pastor, Rev. Mr. Jenkins, delivered an address to the Sunday School scholars. In the afternoon and evening a programme, which con- sisted of recitations, solos, dialogues, choruses and anthems, was rendered by the scholars and choir, and the work of the little ones was performed with com- mendable zeal and intelligence. The scholars were assisted by Miss Daniels, of Maesteg, National Eisteddfod reciter and winner at London National. Her recital of The Dream of Pilate's Wife was most impressive. Much credit is due to the superintendent, Mr. John Isaac, and also to Miss Lydia, Howells for the excellent arrangement of programme. On Monday, the annual tea was held. Pre- vious to sitting down at the tables, the scholars, headed by the Silver Band, marched through the main streets of Nantymoel and Blaenogwy. After tea, games were held on the mountain side. Death.—We regret to announce the death of Mrs. Alice Firley. wife of Mr. Firley, of John Street, Pricetown, Nanty- moel, who died very suddenly on Sunday morning last. The funeral took place on Wednesday last at the Blaenogwr Ceme- tery. Great sympathy is felt for the bereaved husband and family. Cymrodorion.—A meeting of Cymro- dorion was held at Dinam Hall" on Tues- day evening last, with the object of elect- ing officers and preparing a programme for the forthcoming winter months. The following were re-elected:—President, Dr. D. J. Thomas, J.P., C.C. treasurer, Mr. W. D. Williams, M.E. secretaries, Rev. J. T. Davies and Mr. T. J. Job. The prospects for a successful session seem bright. A Socialist meeting, under the auspices of the local I.L.P., was held on Sunday afternoon last near the Workmen's Hall, and was largely attended. Mr. James Parker, M.P., was the speaker, and he delivered an excellent speech on general politics.
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independent Order of Rechabites.
independent Order of Rechabites. High Movable Conference. With several important topics before the Friendly Society world at present, particular interest attaches to the views of one of the most important of these Societies—the Independent Order of Rechabites—which meets at Birmingham this week. The probable attitude towards the Chancellor of the Exchequer's industrial proposals, is indicated by a quotation from the report of the Board of Directors. It states that the unemployment proposals do not affect Friendly Societies at all, except in the way of benefit, as they may enable men to keep up their position in a Friendly Society in which they are insured. With regard to insurance against unemployment and invalidity, it is remarked that there are many whom Friendly Societies cannot take in under ordinary rules of safety, and anything in a Government scheme which can relieve them should be welcomed. The Directors' report also contains interesting figures as to progress, which show that the Order has nearly doubled every ten years in the last fifty, while during the last two years it has added 37,685 members. 17,188 being adults and 20,097 juveniles. The greatest adult in- crease is in the Glasgow District, Durham being second, while for juveniles the two Districts again appear at the head in the reverse order. The valuation of the Order has shown a surplus, and an im- portant proposal put forward by the Board of Directors is for the establish- ment of a fund to combine the work of fidelity guarantee and compensation under the Workmen's Compensation Act, this taking the place of the old Rechabite Guarantee Society. The report indicates also that the Society, aided by loans from headquarters to meet Governmental demands, is getting a firm hold on Canada. Apart from the proposals of the Direc- tors, there are some interesting suggestions from various Districts, all tending to- wards the popularisation of the Order, by, for instance, bringing members into immediate benefit on joining instead of deferring it for a, period for making the conditions of entrance to the smaller insurance shares less onerous;' for the establishment of a labour bureau, and for the appointment of Rechabite mis- sioners to push the Order. The Directors, in addition to other proposals, also sug- gest the formation of an endowment insurance branch as a new object of the Order. While these various reports and pro- posals will doubtless take much debating. there will also be an address from the High Deputy Ruler, Bro. John Philipson, who will preside on account of the lamented death during this month of Bro. D. M. Main, who in his two years as H.O.R. proved himself an ideal ad- ministrator. Bro. Philipson, however, may be relied upon to stimulate the Con- ference. There are various elections to make, _&c., so that a very full three days' work is promised to the delegates. Despite this, however, the amusement side is not neglected, for, prior to the Conference proper, there are two welcome meetings and a, day's sight-seeing, the Conference will be broken into by a visit to Bournville, and the proceedings will terminate with an extra day's sight- seeing at Warwick, Leamington, Stratford and Coventry.
Llinellau Coffa Ar ol Mrs. Margaret Thomas, diweddar briod John Thomas, atalbwyswr yn Clydach Vale. Coffadwriaeth Margret Thomas Sydd yn llawn o hedd, Mae ei arogi yma'n aros Wedi nos ei bedd Ni ddisgynodd un anwylach I briddella'Ui'r glyn Ysgrifenodd yn Blaenclydach Hanes ddeil yn wyn. Dynes bwyllog, ddiymhongar, Addfwyn, lion a mad Ydoedd hi, a gwyneb hawddgar Nad arguddiai frad Un dramwyodd lwybrau bywyd Yn ngoleuni ffydd, Ond machludodd lion i'r gweryd A hi eto'n ddydd, Profodd yn ymgeledd gymwys I'w hoff briod John, Cadwai gartref fel pai'adwys I'w gr'oesawu'n lion; Yntau heddyw mewn unigedd Sylweddola'n iawn, Beth yw gwagder yn ei anedd Wedi beddrod llawn. Prudd yw edrycli ar y teulu, Wedi'r storm ddihedd, Wedi 'i angeu dd'od i'w fylchu, Ae i i,ycliio'i ii-edd; Tra ei ddagrau e'n digyfor Ar ol car ei serch, Gwelai gynar fedd yn agor I'w anwylaf ferck. Tangnefeddus mewn cymdogaeth Fu ar hyd ei hoes, Ni chaed hi ei ioed yn famaeth I gwerylon croes Taflai fan tell; cydymdeimlad Dros ddiffygion. bach, 0 dan wresug falm ei chariad Deluai pa wb yn iach. Ar hyd lwybrau Ty ei Cheidwad Sugnai nerth i fyw, Yii y deigyyji ii,lyellili Ilygad Nofiai Gair ei Daw Er na welodd ar y ddaear Lewyrch ddyddiau: hen, Yr oedd delw'r Cristion hawddgar Yn ei grasol wen. 0 clan nawdd Moriah, Aman, Tyfai'n dduwiol ferch, A delweddau'r Pur ei Hunan Yn wrthrychau'i iserch, Hoffai rodio dan eu tegwch Yn ei gwanwyn teg, Tynai fywyd a dedwyddwch O'u ffynonau chweg: Troediodd eilwaith yn y Rhondda Ar hyd lan rodfeydd, Bu ei henaid yma'n gwledda Ar y golygfeydcl Ac i eglwys Dduw yn Gosen Bu yn myn'd a d'od: 0 dan lewyrch Dwyfol heulwen Hoffai fyw a bod. Profai yn ei holaf oriau Graig o elanei thraed, Melus oedd ei newydd Salmau Am rinweddau'r gwaed; Megys swynol odlau engyl, Ddaw o froydcl hedd, Ydoedd rhai'n, tra hi yn ymyl Croesi niwl y bedd. 0 dan gystudd a'i bryderon Goleu oedd ei ffydd, Dros gymylau oer yr afon Gwelai doriad dydd Croesodd o diriogaeth daear Drwy ddyfnderau poen, I drigfanau gwlad ddialar— I Cartref Duw a',t- Oen. Gosen. THOMAS DAVIES.
HENRY DAVIES & SON, 23, Ynyajau, Ystrad-Rhondda, Complete UNDERTAKERS, FUNERAL FURNISHERS, AND POSTING MASTERS, Posting at Moderate Charges. a&& Funerals completely furnished in the best style, and at reasonable charges. Proprietors of splendid glass-sided Hearsp, Shellibere, &c.. Mourning Coaches and every convenience in connection with Funerals kept on the premises. WEDDING COACHES, BRAKE8, &c. P.O. Teleplone-19 Pentre. 4948, TO MOTORISTS. ACCUMULATORS All Sizes charged for Cycles, Cars, &c. Terms-Strictly Moderate. Cycle Size from 6d. each. Car Size from 1 s. each.. Others in Proportion. Apply- Engineer, Hippodrome, Tonypan dy. N.B.-In attendance all day. 4938 Don't tink do world's consarn d 'bout you You ve got ter holler sonny Do man dat runs de biggest shout. Qits closes to de money E CERTAIN CURE FOR HARD AND SOFT CORNS PAINLESS AND HARMLESS. In Bottes, Price 1/ by Post, 1/1 from the Propri etors- D. MORGAN & CO. (Late J. Mundy), Chemist, 1, HIGH STREET CARDIFF:, IF YOU KNOW ANYONE ABOUT TO BE MARRIED Will you kindly mention to them the fact that we are specialists in the Highest Grade for Wedding Cakes, and supply the choicest designs at very low rate, A call a t our Estab- lishment will be appreciated. A specimen cake will be shown with pleasure. Is there anyone you know who this summer intends becoming a partner in a life long partnership ? -0- A. T. Price & Co., The Popular Restaurant, PENTRE. China, Earthenware, and Sid. Bazaar Goods. Teas, 1/3; Breakfast, 2/ Plates, 4d. Dinner Plate s. 1/ Fluted Teas, 1/3. All other Goods equally as c heap; Send for particulars of our sample £ 4.crate. Shorthouse and Co., China and Earthenware Manufacturers, Chan- cery Lane, Longton, Statfordshire, or South Wales Warehouse, 39 and 41, West gate Street, Cardiff (Opposite the Gen eral Post Office). List free. c2 1/89- Boon to Mothers. MOTHERS ARE WARNED against giving their babies medecines which weaken their systems and stultify their growth. But don't try to stop their Painful Cries by forcing them with food. Their cries indicate ailments which can be rapidly relieved and cured by mrl% I JONES I; Red Drops THE HEALTHFUL REMEDY FOR Wind, Gripes, Conuufsions. and all kindred infantile complaints. 1w One dose decides its unique value, ensures healthful babies, and enables Mothers to have quiet days and restful nights. Keep a Bottle Handy. 1/1! per bottle To be had from the following Agents- Pontypridd-from all Chemists. PorthMr. D. W. Davies, Chemist. Porth-Messrs. Davies Brothers, Chemists. Porth-T. Davies, Bridge Pharmacy. Tonypandy-J. Davies, Chemist, Dunraven St. Tonypandy—Mr. Emrys Richards, Chemist Penygraig—Mr. Lloyd, Chemist. ■ Llwynypia—Mr..J. W. Richards, Chemist. Ystrad—Mr. S. S. James, HoyaL Stores. Ystrad-Mr. David George, Chemist, Treorchy-Mr. Prothero, Chemist. Treorchy-Mr. Davies, Chemist. Treherbert-Mr. Evans, Chemist. Ferndale—Mr. Burgess, Chemist. Ynyshir-Mr. Lewis, Chemist. Tylorstown-Mr. Williams, Chemist., and from Chemists all over South Wales. If you fail to get it send 1/3 Stamps to the Proprietors for a bottle, post free. JONES & SONS, Manufacturing Chemists, LLANIDLOES, MONT. 4587