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Glamorgan Quarter Sessions.



Dinas, DUNN'S NEW BOOT STORES, near New Empire, DUNRAVEN STREET, TONYPANDY, NOW OPEN, NOW OPEN, with a full sunnhr of their well- known HARD-WEARING BOOTS. HAVE YOU GOT YOUR PLATE? 5056 I Jr t IJJEJ. Fels-Naptha for delicate fabrics. Never think that Fels-Naptha j|H • Unss soap is only good for white and coloured clothes. jUT It is equally as good for the Wm llmli 11 finest silks, and linens, and laces, jmff Villi that ever had to be cleaned. {! j With the Fels-Naptha way of washing I • there's NO HARD RUBBING. S.H.B. A lady's dainty wear may be washed, washed, and washed again, SILKS.—Use warm or cold water not hot. Soak and T?~1o >11 i_ rinse don't rub or wring. Iron when quite dry -Naptha. There 11 never be under a damp cloth. That's all the slightest suspicion of a break or LACES.—Soak; rub gently squeeze the water out j ..n t (don't twist), and rinse. Wind small fine laces a tear, and lt Will always dry SpOtleSS around a bottle rub and squeeze with the hands, j i and rinse while still on the bottle. Stretch and ana Clean. dry. That's all W SOAP


Liwynypia Baths and Institute,

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Afternoon Shifts.

What Tonypandy is Tempted…