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HAMPTON & GO., Heating Specialists Schemes Prepared and Advice Given for WarmingChurches,Chapels, Offices, Showrooms and Public Buildings OXFORD LANE (City Road), CARDIFF. TEL. P.O. 656. WANTED. W~ ANTED. Make 25/- per week in spare time. Wanted 50 spire-time agents between Treherbert and Pontypridd. Respect- able colliers and others, householders to sell clothing, boots, organs, and household necess- aries. Instalment plan. Weekly commissions paid. Apply, stating occupation, period in district, to Clothing, Rhondda Leader 8 16 WANTED unfurnished apartment in res- W pectable locality in Tonypandy, for married couple, no children..Box 35, Rhondda Leader, Office, Tonypandy. c79/14 ■ ANTED, 2 or 3 rooms, furnished or un- t, furnished, near Pentre Colliery, for married couple in business; no children.— Box 73,' Rhondda Leader' Office, Tonypandy. c/13 TO LET. TO Let, house and shop in main street, Penygraij*. — Apply Williams, Glamorgan Restaurant, Penygraig. C68fJ 4 FOR SALE. COMPLETE Shop Front for Sale, nearly C new, 17 feet 6 iuches frontage, including plate "glass. No reasonable offer refused. Waterman and Slade, Tonypandy. c42 LADDERS. Ladders for builders, painters farmers, window cleaners, &c. exten- sion ladders always in stock also painter's steps, tressles, &c. Special offer to painters. Send for full particulars and price list.—3, Darran Street, Cathays, Cardiff. 5018 FOR S.o\LE. Splendid Willis Organ, four manual, 53 stop3 e c., suitable for Ohurch, Chipel, or Concert Hall. Hyd'aulic blowing, Apply by letter to B Box 575 Clark's Advertising Offices, 49, Great Portland St., W. c8lil4 ARTIFICIAL Legs, Arms, Surgical Appli- ances.—Visit South Wales periodically. List free.—J- Gillingham and Son, Chard, Som. C231,13 8 EDUCATIONAL. INSPECTOR OF MINES. PRIVATE LESSONS BY POST. "IV/TINE Managers' Exams. Scholarships and Associate- ship in Mining, etc. Candidates prepared. Miner- alogy, Geologv. Coal and Metal Mining, Placer and Hydraulic Mining, Ore. Dressing, Milling, Mining, Mining Mathematics, Electricity, and Surveying. Certificates awarded. Write for Syllabus.—The Cambrian Mining School, Glanfirwd, Porth. Glam. c75,24 MUSICAL. MISS Annie Evans, Certificated Teacher of Pianoforte, etc., is prepared to receive pupils, Terms on application to 19, Queen Street, Ton, Ystrad. c67/22 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. "SEVCIK" SYSTEM TAUGHT. For terms, apply 195, Kenry Street Tonypandy. 4799 PHIL JONES late pupil of Signor Moretty, J[_ 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. 41)0 churgiTano chapel ORGANS BUILT ON THE LATEST SYSTEMS, Tracker, Pneumatin, 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 MISCELLANEOUS Everyone speaks well of HEALO Skin Ointment, and you will not regret sending to Maurice Smith. Ph.C., F.S.M.C., Kidderminster, for a free sample. It never fails to allay any irritation, and besides being the best cure for Eczema, Burns, Wounds, Piles, Sore Heads, Ring Worms. &c. Its marvellous soothing and healing effect proves it best of all cures for Bad L-g4. Large Boxes 1 each. Local Agent :-Richards, Chemist, Pandy Square, Tonypandy; W. Llewellyn, Chemist, Clydach Vale; Lewis, Chemist, Mardy; 0. Davies, Chemist, Pontypridd; Davies, Chemist, Treorchy Williams, Chemist, Tylorstown Evans, Chemist, Ynys- ybwl; Lewis, Chemist, Ynyshir George, Chemist. Ystrad. C65/21 N- U IIS E WILL IA M S' OVALOIDS for Ladies. Price 2/9 3/9 & 10/9 per Box post free, Send stamp for descriptive leaflet. -New Life Remedy Co., 123, Bute St., Treherbert. 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 growth and beauty of the Hair. In bottles, price 1/6 (postage 3d. extra). Manufacturer:- G. W. HARRISON, Hair Specialist, Reading. Sold by Chemists. Agents-for Tonypandy Emrys Richards, The Dunraven Pharmacy. Pentre David George, Chemist. B975/41 1 A What does it mean ? The date X I XUt the Sun Insurance Office was established The cost of insuring an ordinary dwelling-house, or its contents, for a year against risk of fire is only about 1/6 per £100 —Agent, W. D. Jones, "Rhondda Leader." Office, Excelsior Buildings, Tonypandy. c76/24 SAFEST, cheapest and best to gain health and strength are Culpeper's O.K. Remedial Herbs, specially pre- pared for stomach and kidney troubles. Three 6d. „ackets for Is.—Pedr Williams, Herbalist, Treorchy. ^gents wanted. 5012 TP X PRESSION is Everything LESTER & Co .have the happy knack of getting the best expression in their Photographs. To coupon holders they supply 6 first-class Full Cabinets for 2/9. See specimens at the Studio. -72, Llewellyn Street, Pentre, next Pentre Boot Co. 4981 "PjAINTY Hand-coloured Miniatures. LESTER & Co. U make these the size of any small locket, and from any photo, for the nominal sum of Two Shillings: They also have a reputation for good Enlargements. Make a note and see the Studio, 72, Llewellyn Street, Pentre. 4981 Holiday Resorts. TORQUAY. Comfortable furnished apart ments, sitting room, one or two bed- rooms, near the sea and trains. Terms moderate. Walker, 3, Goodwin Terrace. c66j13 Rhondda Restuarant, Aberavon (Proprietor D. JENKINS), "The Zion Welsh Baptist Sunday School, Merthyr, numbering over 400, has visited the above place two years in succession, and we can earnestly recommend this place for Sunday School Outings. We had two meals at the above place and everybody seemed to be well satisfied. On behalf of the School, LEWIS WILLIAMS, Secretary." AD VICE FREE for Stamp.-Mrs A Stewart, Lady Specialist.—Address 9, Guinea-street, Bristol. B997/13 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 St.), CARDIFF. Beware of Imitators who copy our prices and pack you seconds unsaleable rubbish 4982 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,td. and 9d., postage ld. George W. Harrison, Chemist, Reading. Agents, Einrys Richards, Chemist, Coedy- meihion. Tonypandy; D. E. Davies, Chemist, Treorchy; W. R. Williams, Chemist, Medical Hall, Tylorstown; J. P Lewis Chemist. Medical Hall. Ynyshir. MONEY. _f}~| AA to £ 3,000. Liberal prompt otXUU advances on good house, property, convenient arrangements. Moderate repayments. Fairest redemption terms. Write, Wm. Sanders & Sons, Principality Building Society (Dept. 5), Cardiff. c38j22 TTIELDINGS, r 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 Prompt'tute Assured. Dis- tance no object. Terms simply and plainly stated before completing business. Apply HAYES BUILDINGS, THE HAYES, CARDIFF. bSG61!11 MONEY RE-PAYMENTS EASY. JE5 repayable 5s. per week, total charge, 7s. 6d tio los. I ) „ 15s S25 25s. „ 35s 6d C50 50s. 68s Other Sums at similar Rates. Apply for prospectus to he WESTERN FINANCE ASSOCIATION (LTD.), 17, Working Street, Cardiff. MARXET-SQTJARE 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. rr HE OLD-ESTABLISHED PROVINCIAL UNION BANK continues to lend immense sums daily, from £ 10 to R,5,000, 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. I 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, MR. STANLEY DOWDING, 1, QUEEN SQUARE, BRISTOL. yOU CAN BORROW Direct from the Actual Lender- MR. PHILIP MORRIS, 80, TAFF-STREET, PONTYPRIDD, Manager of the South Wales Loan and Finance Co., ANY SUM FROM 95 TO 91,000 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. Nat. Tel. 49 Barry. BARRY ISLAND REFRESHMENT ROOMS, WHITMORE 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 RA COAL MINERS. LESSONS BY POST. SYLLABUS FREE. THE UNIVERSAL MINING SCHOOL, (285), CARDIFF. c71 14 SALES BY AUCTION. WILLIAM MORGAN'S SALES. 35, Llewellyn Street, Pentre, Rhondda, ATTRACTIVE & UNRESERVED SALE OF VALUABLE HOUSEHOLD FURNI- TURE AND EFFECTS. MR. WILLIAM MORGAN, in conjunction with Mr. DAVID RICHARDS, Auctioneer, Pentre, will Sell by Public Auction, on the above premises, on Saturday and Monday, 9th and llth October, the whole of the valu- able stock of Household Furniture and other effects, by order of the owner, who is giving up the premises. Sale to commence at 6 o'clock on Saturday, 9th, and 2.30 and 6 o'clock on Monday, 11th. For further particulars see sale bills, or the Auctioneer, Coliseum Buildings, Tonypandy, or Maesyrhaf, Trealaw. 5111 New Empire, Tonypandy. MR. WILLIAM ^MORGAN will Let by Public Auction, at the Dunraven Hotei, on the 12th October next, subject to such conditions of sale as shall be then and there read, and in two lots, all those Two Valuable Shops, now in course of erection, and possession of which will be given on 1st November next. For further particulars see sale bills, or apply to the Auctioneer, Coliseum Buildings, Tonypandy, or Maesyrhaf, Trealaw. 5110 Great Western Brewery, Penygraig. RE MRS. RACHEL REES, DECEASED. IMPORTANT SALE OF BREWERY PLANT AND OTHER EFFECTS. MR. WILLIAM MORGAN has been in- structed to Sell by Public Auction, at the above premises on Thursday, October 14th, at 2 p.m. Brewery Plant, Drays, Floats, Handsome Waggonette, Harness, and other effects. For details see posters and future advertise- ments, or apply to the Auctioneer, Coliseum Buildings, Tonypandy,. or Maesyrhaf, Tre- alaw. 5009 Telegrams—" Mackerel, Swansea." 1 Corporation Telephone-350 I P. MOLYNEUX, Ltd., Steam Trawler Owners & Smack Managers, 1 and Fish Merchants, 120, HIGH STREET, SWANSEA. Special attention paid to customers for Headless Fish for Frying Write for Quotations 3470 MR. DAVID RICHARDS' SALES. -I Ystrad-Rhondda. I MR. DAVID RICHARDS has been in structed to Sell by Public Auction, at the GLANDWR HOTEL, Ystrad- Rhondda, on WEDNESDAY, September 29th, 1909, at 7.30 p.m. (subject to Con- ditions of Sale to be there and then read and produced), the following Valuable Leasehold Dwelling Houses LOT 1.—All those four Messuages or Dwelling-houses and Gardens, known as Nos. 15, 15a, 16, and 17, Gelli Grossing, Ystrad-Rhondda, in the County of Gla- morgan, now let to Messrs. Edwin Thomas, Frank Adlam, John Lloyd and Samuel Mansfield, at rentals of 20s., 17s., 20s., and 23s. per lunar month respec- tively. LOT 2.—All that Messuage or Dwelling- house and Garden, known as No. 18, Gelli Crossing, Ystrad-Rhondda, afore- said, now let to Mr. Wm. Merriman at a rental of 23s. per lunar month. LOT 3.-All that Messuage or Dwelling- house and Garden, known as No. 19, Gelli Crossing, Ystrad-Rhondda, afore- said now let to Mr. Charles Smart at a rental of 24s. per lunar month. LOT 4.—All that Messuage or Dwelling- house and Garden, known as No. 20, Gelli Crossing, Ystrad-Rhondda, afore- said, now let to Mr. Richard Stagg at a rental of 24s. per lunar month. LOT 5.—All that Messuage or Dwelling- house and Garden, known as No. 21, Gelli Crossing, Ystrad-Rhondda, afore- said, now let to Mr. William Lock at a rental of 28s. per lunar month. The above premises are held under a Lease from the Bailey Estate for the residue of a term of 99 years from the 1st November, 1873, subject to a yearly ground rent of £ 7 Is. 2d., which will be apportioned as to Lot 1 at £3 Is. 2d., and as to all other Lots at £1 each. LOT 6.—All that Messuage or Dwelling- house and Premises, known as No. 137, Ystrad Road, Ystrad-Rhondda, aforesaid, 1 now let to Mrs. Joseph Morgan at a rental of 28s. per lunar month. This Lot is held under a Lease from the Bailey Estate for the residue of a term of 99 years from 1st April, 1873, subject to a yearly ground rent of Ll 16s. 6d. For further particulars apply to the AUCTIONEER, Metropolitan Bank Cham- bers, Pentre; or to MESSRS. W. R. DAVIES & CO.. Solicitors, 41, Mill Street. 5025 Pontypridd. PUBLIC NOTICES. WINNING Numbers of Prize Drawing for William Jones, Tonypandy, will be published in the "Rhondda Leader," Nov. 4th. B. R. Davies, Sec. C/8Q Rhondda Urban District Council. GAS AND WATER DEPARTMENT. THIS Council is prepared to receive Tenders for the following — 1. For the supply of Lead and Compo. Pipe and Block Tin for the Half- year ending March 31st, 1910, upon our Form of Tender, which may be had from the Engineer and Manager. 2. For a Horizontal Steam Engine and Exhauster to pass 60,000 cubic feet of Gas per hour for their Forth Gas WTorksi (Contract No. 48). Plans and Specifications for Contract No. 48 may be seen and Form of Tender obtained upon application to. Mr. Octavius Thomas, the Engineer and Manager, Gas and Water Offices, Pentre, Rhondda, upon depositing, the sum of One Guinea, which will be returned on receipt of a bona-fide Tender, but to be forfeited in the case of withdrawal of Tender after acceptance by the Council. The Contractor will be required to pay the standard rate of wages recognised in the district. Tenders to be addressed to the Chair- man of the Gas and Water Committee, endorsed Lead and Compo," <fcc. or Contract No. 48," and delivered at my Office not later than Ten. a.m. Friday, October 1st, 1909. The Council does not bind itself to accept the lowest or any Tender. WALTER P. NICHOLAS Clerk to the Council. Public Offices, Pentre, Rhondda, I September 15th, 1909. 5021 1- Rhondda Urban District. PRIVATE S-LREET 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 10th day of September, 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 Pre- mises liable to be charged therewith; com- prising the particulars prescribed in Part 1. of the Schedule to the Private Street Works Act, 1892, as respects Arfryn and Gwernllwyn Terraces and Union Place, situate at Tylorstown, 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 18th day of September, 1909, being the date of the first publi- cation 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 18th day of Sept., 1909. W. P. NICHOLAS, 5014 Clerk to the Council. Rhondda Urban District. I 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 10th day of September. 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 Pre- mises liable to be charged therewith com- prising the particulars prescribed in Part I. of the Schedule to the Private Street Works Act, 1892, as respects Howard Street, Senghenydd Street, Herbert. Street, Clark Street Cardiff Street, Cardiff Place, Windsor Street, Croydon Street, River Row and Cross Street from West End of River Row to Bute Street, situate at Treorchy, 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 18th day of September, 1909, being the date of the first publi- cation 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 18th day of Sept.. 1909. W. P. NICHOLAS, NOTICE Scholastic Book Depot. J. H. DYER, LATE MANAGER FOR THE SCHOLASTIC TRADING COMPANY (CARDIFF). Technical School Books and Materials. DISCOUNT 3d. IN THE 1/- OFF BOOKS NOT NETT. Park Hall Buildings, 95, Queen St., CARDIFF. Orders by post receive personal attention. 500 "Trech Gwlad nag Argiwydd." :1.TI.:Y.f!!f: EX C E LSI O BUILDINGS, DE WINTON STREET, TONYPANDY Telephone No. 77 P.O. Tonypandy.
Passing Moments. Seldom, if ever,, has a Welsh choir received such a demonstration of public favour as was accorded the Treorchy Royal Welsh Male Choir on their return from the Cblonies on Saturday last. It was something: more than a triumphal procession it was an epoch in the musical history of Wales. Welsh choirs have ere now returned from foreign climes with a more or less flattering series of triumphs inscribed on their records, but their home- coming was never marked with the enthu- siasm and acclamation that distinguished Saturday's demonstration. The reason for this is two-fold. Saturday's proceed- ings not only signalised the welcome return of a choir after a protracted tour of unparalleled triumphs, but also testi- fied to the seal which the Welsh nation sets upon character and clean living. This was the distinctive note that was sounded in all the speeches in the memorable gathering at Noddfa. Bright as are the musical triumphs of Mr. Thomas' organ- isation, they were regarded as of secon- dary importance as compared with the high reputation for sobriety and morality which the choir sustained during its pro- gress through the domains across the sea. And this, we believe, was the right note. Rightly or wrongly, the Welshman has oftentimes been looked upon by people of other lands as lacking in the distinctive qualities-tnat mane up a great and sober 11 nation. The tour of the Treorchy boys- has, therefore, done much in dispelling this, perhaps erroneous, impression. As Dr. Morris so fittingly declared, they went forth with the fate of .the Welsh nation in their hands, and the reception accorded them everywhere proves beyond dispute that the responsibility was honourably discharged. It matters not what the attainments of a body of men, more than an individual, may" be, it is character that is generally the touchstone of public favour. The Royal Choir, in this respect, have done a noble service for Wales, and we believe that it was the recognition of this service that accounted for the fervour of Saturday's rejoicings. It was the tour de force, "i of the man, not the singer. Another fact with which we have been long familiar, but which has been some- what emphasised by the experience of the Royal Choir during their tour, is the position to which the Welshman has attained in the social scale of other coun- tries. Time was, and that not so very long ago, when, in the picturesque, if utilitarian, phraseology of Mr. Tom John, the Scotchman was generally found nearest the jam-pot." Of late years, however, the Welshman has been gradually assert- ing himself, and among the many interest- ing recollections of his tour, Mr. Thomas recalls with justifiable pride that many of the most important public offices in the Colonial cities: of the Empire were filled by men whose Cymric associations and aspirations were. amply evidenced by the warmth of their welcome to the choristers. The Welshman's love of the homeland has been generally regarded by critics of superior attainmantas, as con- stituting a serious handicap to his work as a coloniser, but a fact that is often lost sight of is that he is also one of the most adaptable of men, and can adapt himself to the conditions of his adopted country with as much ease as his Scotch or English brother, always providing, of course, that he shall have his Eisteddfod and little Bethel. Cymric settlers in
jtfi Your Eyes are Your Wage m!. Earners. Anything short of perfect vision diminishes the earning powers. In I these days of rush ancTworry good eyesight is an absolute necessity. J It will probably be money in your pocket to have them attended to now f IXM D PADVI EG IM r. The Qualified Sight- i WW« wr • OAli ■ !■) ■ i9il«lfW>) testing Specialist, v 16, High Street, Arcade, CARDIFF. And 15, Union Street, Swansea. jj | (Between High Street and St. John's Square.) tM & J| I )rn I Cadbury'srCocoa ,i '111) (I I -has assisted i fll (Jf T the most famous || ■ |jj explorers^ Aeir f 9" MADE AT r BOIIRNVlLLE
A New Discovery.
A New Discovery. The new medical discovery, Cadum, for the treatment of scalp and skin troubles is especially successful in cases of eczema, psoriasis, ringworm, scabs, sores, scaly skin, etc. It stops the terrible itching at once, and begins the healing; process with the first application. Cadum .is an anti- septic that is applied externally, and destroys disease-producing germs, allays inflammation, and exerts a wonderful soothing and healing influence on the skin tissues, a complete cure being often effected in two or three weeks. Minor skin troubles, such as rash, pimples, blotches, redness, roughness, chafings, prickly heat, etc., are often cured by an overnight application. 6d. and Is. a box, all chemists.
Rifle Range Opened at Pentre.
Rifle Range Opened at Pentre. A new service and miniature rifle club has been formed at Pentre, Rhondda, to which several landed proprietors in the district and local gentlemen have sub- scribed and become vice-presidents, and many tradesmen and working men have become members, the aggregate number- ing 43 up to the present. A service rifle target and ranges with targets at 25, 50, 100 and 200 yards: respectively have been constructed in a most picturesque and accessible position at the rear of Pentre House. The ranges have been recently inspected by two Government inspectors, who expressed their admiration of their situation and their absolute safety. The ranges were formally opened 011" Thurs- day by Mr. D. Llewellyn Treharne, the captain, who recorded a bull. Mr. Tre- harne stated that an early endeavour will be made to secure a range of 700 and 800 yards) in the immediate neighbourhood. Great enthusiasm was displayed by the members present, and most sanguine hopesi are entertained that the member- ship of the club will amount to 100 mem- bers before the end of the year. The generosity of Mr. Treharne is appreciated by the club by allowing the ranges to be erected on hisi grounds free of expense. At the conclusion of the ceremony all pre- sent were invited to partake of refresh- ments on the lawn at Pentre House.
Nasal Catarrh and Asthma.
Nasal Catarrh and Asthma. THEIR, COMPLETE HOME, CURE. Post Free to Sufferers who apply at once. Just published, the second edition of a 48 page book fully describing Nasal Catarrh, Asthma and Chronic Bronchitis, and how these, dangerous diseases may be completely cured at home, The most practical work ever issued, and which should be in the hands of sufferers who desire to speedily cure themselves. This offer stands open for 30 days from this date. A post-card giving your name and address will bring; you the book by return post. Address Dept. X166, Dr. Cassell's Co., Ltd., King Street West, Manchester.
Local Wedding. EiDWARDS-JONES. A wedding in which considerable in- terest was centred was solemnised at Pontypridd on Monday last, the contract- ing parties being Mr. Buckley Edwards, Treorchy (superintendent of the London Edinburgh and Glasgow Assurance Com- pany), and Miss Emma Jones, Hendrewen Hotel, Blaenycwm (daughter of the late Mr. Wm. Jones, butcher, Cymnier, Porth). The bride was given away by Mr. Evan Thomas, Hendrewen Hotel Blaenycwm (brother-in-law of bride). The bridesmaids were Miss Edwards, Treorchy (sister of bridegroom), Mrs. Lanyon, Treorchy Hotel, Treorchy (sister of bride), Miss Carrie Jones, Stationers' Hall, Treher- bert, and Miss James, Dunraven Shop, Treherbert. The duties of best man were ably performed by Mr. Edwards, Ponty- pridd (Inspector of the London, Edin- burgh and Glasgow Assurance Company of Rhondda, district). The bride was charmingly attired in nale blue, and wore a pale blue picture hat trimmed with black feathers. Miss Edwards, Regent Street, Treorchy (sister of bridegroom), was dressed in wine colour costume, Miss Jones in cornflour blue-, Mrs. Lanyon (sister of bride) in blue and cream, and Miss James in pale blue, and wore large picture hats to match. The wedding breakfast was served at the Hendrewen Hotel, Blaenycwm (the residence of the bride's sister), where a large number of guests sat down. After the ceremony, Mr. and Mrs. Edwardsi left amidst showers of confetti for Cardiff, en route to Lon- don, where the honeymoon is being spent. The breakfast caterers were Messrs. Stevens, of Cardiff, while the flowers were supplied by Case Brothers, florists, Car- diff.
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Local Mining Students' Success Local aspirants for mining honours scored excellently at the recent Colliery Managers' Examination held at Newport last week. The following; successes in the First Class Examination are recorded:- Mr. Isaac Lewis, Dwrpamal1; Mr. Edmund Thomas, Apple T'ree, Dinas; Mr. John Isaac, Tabernacle Chapel House, Fern- dale; Mr. John Lloyd, Graig; Terrace, Bedlinog. All are students of Mr. Win. Thomas, M.E., of the Cambrian Mining School, Porth.
foreign lands are as sturdy a lot as any of the bold buccaneerSI of Queen Bess's days. He possesses the requisite qualities of courage and self-confidence, and this, coupled with a progressive education, has probably contributed to his material advancement in those distant lands. The same, spirit of self-reliance and determina- tion that has placed a young Welsh orphan lad in charge of the finances of the greatest Empire in the world, has also its counterpart in lands where the Welsh accent is an unknown quantity. Mr. Wight's protest at the last District -Council meeting against the dilatoriness of those responsible for the arrangements in connection with the "Evening Schools was very timely and well-deserved. A meeting of the Evening Schools Commit- tee was held at Pentre on Wednesday afternoon last, and although belated, the Winter Classes will soon be set going. This, however, does not invalidate the point of Mr. Wight's criticism, and we fully concur with him that the schoois should be thrown open at the begumina of September. The root of the evil lies undoubtedly in the fact that the administration of the Evening Schools lies with the County Council, and the whole thing has become so unwieldy that its efficiency is considerably impaired. Even in the matter of salaries paid to Evening School teachers there are loud cries of complaints, many teachers having not been paid their salaries for a past session at the beginning of a new session's work. In our opinion, the only remedy can be the absolute delegation of the County Council's powers in the adminis- tration of Evening and Secondary Schools to the local body. The Rhondda Council have agitated long enough in the matter. Home Rule in education is as necessary as in other departments of public ad- ministration. The Rhondda is allowed to manage its own sewage; why not its own advanced education? (Since the aoove comments reached us we find that at Tuesday's meeting of the Glamorgan Education Committee, a motion was carried to delegate the Com- mittee's powers in relation to Evening and Technical Classes in the Rhondda to the Rhondda District Council. A full report of the Committee's recommen- dations will be found in another column. I I-Ed., "R.L."). f The controversy about the discovery of the North Pole is still raging. It has become a kind of dance round the pole business. Personally, we are not con- cerned very much as to which of the two explorers the glory is due. It has not cost us a wink less sleep, nor have we been much disturbed as to whether the land round the Pole may be classed as British territory. The atmosphere is a bit too chilly for us. Whatever may be claimed for the two explorers, we can only express a fear that, judging from newspaper reports, their respective sup- porters in America have travelled a long way to that state which is generally described as being "up the pole." "Object" drawing has brought a new anxiety into the schools. In certain dis- tricts, says the Manchester Guardian," youngsters may be seen moving school- ward with hatchets., carvers, hammers, chisels, &c., as material for their drawing- lessons. The other day, just as one of these lessons was about to begin, a small boy was found standing tearfully at the headmaster's desk. I've swallowed my object," he explained with an alarming gulp. What was it? asked the master anxiously. "A banana," replied the would-be artist, with a final gulp.