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HAMPTON & CO., Heating Specialists I Schemes Prepared and Advice Given for Warming Churches, Chapels, Offices, Showrooms and Public Buildings OXFORD LANE (City Road), CARDIFF. [ TEL. P.O. 656. J FOR SALE. I TWO Counters 6-ft. 6-in. (one with 8 drawers) for sale a bargain. Room required, Apply, D. W. Thomas, Pleasant View, Trealaw. 114 LADDERS. Ladders for builders, painters farmers, window cleaners, &c. exten- sion ladders always in stock also painter's steps, tressies, &c. Special offer to painters. Send for full particulars and price list.—3, Darran Street, Cathays, Cardiff. 5018 ARTIFICIAL Legs, Arms, Surgical Appli- ances.—Visit South Wales periodically. List free.—J. Gillingham and Son, Chard, Som. C23/38 WAR PRICES, latest novelties for blouses and dresses, new flaxicord, linens, zephyrs, crepes, shantungas. patterns free.—Dress Warehouse, Darlington. c140/58 LADIES The LIZARD striped suitings and costume coatings, <?/ll the dress length, earriage paid. Patterns free.-Praison's Dress Warehouse, Leeds. cl40/58 TO LET. ROOMS to let; Tonypandy; suit two ladies or two gentlemen. No children. Write-Box 48, Rhondda Leader" Office, Tonypandy. c 148/39 MEDICAL WANTS. TRAINED NURSES supplied for Medical, Surgical and Maternity cases. Patients received. National Telephone: 142. Miss Mills, Summerfield Nursing Home, Ponty- pridd. C126/38 WANTED. 11 W" ANTED—To purchase or lease dwelling house in Tonypandy, near Trealaw Station preferred. Apply, stating terms, to Box 46, Rhondda Leader" Office. c/39 WANTED.-Plain sewing of every des- cription. Blouses made from 1/3. Children's work a speciality. Send Postcard to 15, Evans Terrace, Trealaw. c46/66 RINTING AND BOOKBINDING- Wanted a Smart Lad for each depart- ment.—Apply, Evans & Short, The Leader" Works, Tonypandy. 106 (RESPECTABLE Lodgers wanted, terms ■ !< moderate. Apply, 11, Amos Hill, Penygraig. c42/38 WANTED to buy four or five houses in Mid-Rhondda—Brithweunydd Road preferred or to advance money on mortgage. Apply to Alpha, Rhondda Leader," Office. c32iS6 APARTMENTS. TO Let, Apartments furnished or unfur- nished, suit young couple, or two gentle- 1 men friends. Three minutes Tonypandy Station, bath (h & c), and gas.—Apply Box 100 Leader" Office, Tonypandy. MUSICAL. Pupils Wanted for the Stage. SONGS, Melodies, Band parts, Costumes. Everything supplied, including TUITION and STAGE PRACTICE, by STUART LANE, Trainer and Instructor of the latest Rhondda success, Miss DAISY OWENS, the coming star, who appeared so successfully at the Palace last week. Apply by letter for appointment. STUART LANE, Palace, Porth. cl44 Mr. R. MORGAN, Basso Cantanto Open for Engagements, for Operas, Oratorios, Concerts, Banquets, etc. Lessons given in Voice Production and Singing Terms Moderate. Address—13, Excelsior Buildings, Tonypandy 103 CHURCH AND CHAPEL ORGANS BUILT ON THE LATEST SYSTEMS, Tracker, Pneumatic, and Electro-Pneumatic, with per" ect repetition, answering all requirements of the mos fastidious players. Detached Keyboards a Speciality. TUNING, REPAIRS, RENOVATIONS, e c., etc. Wm. H. HARMSTON, Organ Builder Nat. Tel. 91. PONTYPRIDD. 4815 EDUCATIONAL. WELSH. A Correspondence Class. NAMES of a limited number of Pupils who wish to be trained in Welsh, to meet the requirements of f 1. The London Matriculation Examination. 2. The Welsh Matriculation Examination. 3. The Certificate Examination for external students. 4. The College of Preceptors (1st and 2nd Class), are now being enrolled. Experienced teaching. Strict privacy. Moderate Terms. Apply, O. JONES OWEN, "Derwen Deg," Ton-Pentre, Rhondda 116 INSPECTOR OF MINES. PRIVATE LESSONS BY POST. MINE Managers' Exams. Scholarships and Associate- ship in Mining, etc. Candidates prepared. Miner- alogy, Geology. 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, Glanflrwd, Perth, Glam. C120/38 Correspondence Classes FOR VARIOUS EXAMINATIONS By Well Qualified and Modern Instructors. Give full particulars when applying to I South Wales Correspondence School, Penjfcre. DO you want to pass the Civil Service, Boy, Girl Clerkship, Preliminary Law, Chemists', Accountants' Preliminary Certifi- cate, Oxford, Cambridge Locals? Success certain. Terms, 6s. monthly per examination. State requirements, and enclosing stamped addressed envelope. Coach," Cartrefle," Cemetery-road, Trealaw, Glam. c147/39 PIANOS FOR SALE. L17 10s. Od. Fine Walnut Piano, Best Action and Iron Frame, as new, fully warranted for ten years. Terms arranged. Waddington & Sons, Post Office Buildings, Porth. zClO 10s. Springfield Organ in Solid Walnut Two Sets of Reeds, 10 Stops, Knee Swells, and all the latest improvements, as New and fully warranted for Ten Years, terms arranged. Waddington & Sons, Post Office Buildings, Porth. £ 27 Oash, a Waddington Gold Medal Overstrung Piano, Full Metal Frame, real Ivory Keys and Solid Walnut Case. This Instrument is only Shop Soiled and a Work of Art, Tone Superb, terms arranged. Wadding- ton & Sons, Post Office Buildings, Porth. £6 6s. Cash, Walnut Piano by good maker, suit Learner; also Harmonium 2 Guineas, and one 4 Guinsas. You are invited to write for our Illustrated Catalogues of Pianos and Organs, a call to inspect our Instruments is solicited before purchasing elsewhere to Waddington & Sons, Post Office Buildings, Porth, or City Road, Cardiff The Noted Farrand Organs are a Spec- iality. Write or call for our Illngtrated Catalogues to Waddington & Sons, Post Office Buildingi Porth, or City Road, Cardiff. 5083 INVENTIONS. I HUGO Lester, Patent Expert, Inventors Supply Depot, 32, Queen Street, Cardiff, does all business in patents for inventors in South Wales. Call or write. 5074 MISCELLANEOUS 2 WALLPAPERS from I'd. per roll. Any Vv quantity, large or small. Wholesale Prices. Stock exceeds 250,000 rolls-all classes. Write for patterns, stating class required. (Dept. 108.) Barnett Wallpaper Co., Ltd., Knott Mill, Manchester. cl33/57 E. TRIMNELL, the Cardiff Herbalist, Mona Terrace, Cardiff. Sent free on applicatian, The Trucure Herbal Book. Note the address. C45/42 TEAGUELINE Herhs.-Wonderful Medi- cine thousands of testimonials from grateful sufferers as to relief obtained for Indigestion, Constipation, Headache, Back- ache, Liver. Stomach and Kidney Disorders post free, one packet 10d., three for 2s. Illus- trated Herbal Book, 2d.-Teague, 23, Station Street, Newport, Mon. Cl31142 DELICIOUS Fresh Kippers, direct from curing House, 6 lbs. box, carriage paid, cash, 2/- E. Pearson, 58, Park Grove, Hull. cl 21/39 URSE WILLIAMS' OVALOIDS for Ladies. Price '2/9 3/9 & 10/9 per Box post free, Send stamp for descriptive leaflet. -New Life Remedy Co., 59, 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 giowth 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, Jhemist.. B975/41 QAFEST, cheapest and best to gain health and strength O are Culpeper's O.K. Remedial Herbs, specially pre- pared for stomach and kidney troubles. Tbre 6d. Fpackets for Is.-Ped Williams, Herbalist, Treorchy. agents wanted. 5021 ADVICE FREE for Stamp.—Mrs Stewart, Lady Specialist.—Address 9, Guinea-street, Bristol. cl22/39 MONEY. rpHE OLD-ESTABLISHED PROVINCIAL UNION • BANK continues to lend immense sums daily, from B10 to k;5,000, on Note of Rand 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 Cailh, and carry out the advance THERE AND THEN. Call, or write (in confidence), to the MANAGER. MR. STANLEY DOWDING, 1. QUEBN SQUARK. BRISTOL. ASH Accommodation 220 to 91000. C Interest 216 in the E for agreed period. Interest 2/6 in the £ for agreed period. W. Jackson, 80, Mansell Street, Swansea. C137,145 MOST MONEY LENT. :£ s. BEST Prices'" "GIVEN article value, at lowest interest in the district, Note our only Address- H. GARDASH, Jeweller Pawnbroker & Clothier, 37, Danraven Street, TONYPANDY (Opposite Library). Safes for Storage of Valuables. Special con- tracts strictly confidential. Great Redemption of Pledges weekly. All sold below cost. 048 SHOP SUN BUNDS. We make a Speciality of Shop Sun Blinds. Ihe cheapest house in Wales. Prices on application. F. P. i>Yi\ioisri> & Co. 26, Wyndham Arcade, CARDIFF. Nat. Tel. 1900. 065 SHOP SUN BLINDS. We are the only makers in South Wales who devote B3STIRB attention to the above class of blinds. Prices on Application. J.MASON & CO", Crown Blind Works, Wyevepne Road, CARDIFF. Nat. Tel. 4571. 067 SUN BLINDS, TENTS. Before ordering, Shopkeepers should write for Samples and Prices to the Manufacturers, MORGAN & RICHARDSON, Ltd., 20, Womanby Street, Cardiff. Nat. Tel. 326. Telegrams Tarpaulins, Cardiff 098 IF YOU WISH TO ENJOY YOUR Roller Skating YOU MUST HAVE The Best Skates AT SAM WILTSHIRE'S Sports Depot, TREORCHY, IW You can obtain the RIGHT SKATES at the RIGHT PRICE. Rinks supplied at Manufacturers'Prices. What I Still Suffering P Why don't you go to JAMES' 42, Charles St., Cardiff, and learn the benefits to be derived from taking Radiant Heat, Turkish and Electric Baths. They are the best and most convenient baths in South Wales. Open daily for ladies and. gentlemen. 064 1 EXCURSION. L. & N.W.R. International Rugby Football Match, Wales v. Ireland at DUBLIN, March 12th. AN EXPRESS EXCURSION WILL RUN VIA HOLYHEAD TO DCBLIN on i. riday night, March lIth, from the "Talf Vale Line Stations and Merthyr for 1, 3, 4,, 5, 6 or 7 days. PASSENGERS TRAVELLING BY LONDON & NORTH WESTERN ROUTE (THE HIGHWAY BETWEEN ENGLAND AND IRELAND) ARRIVE AT NORTH WALL STATION IN THE CITY OF DUBLIN WITHOUT 'FURTHER RAIL JOURNEY IN IRELAND. lor particulars of times, far, &c., see handbills, obtainable at the Stations, or of Mr. J. A. Findlay, L. & N.W. Rail- way, Abergavenny. FRANK REE, General Manager. Euston Station, March, 1910. 122 EMIGRATION. PLOUGHING, CANADIAN ■ PACIFIC DIRECT SERVICE FROM GREAT BRITAIN TO &. THROUGH CANADA BY MAGNIFICENT "EMPRESS" STEAMERS AND COMFORTABLE EXPRESS TRAINS. SPECIAL CARE TAKEN OF WOMEN TB CHILDREN EMIGRANTS FOR FURTHER PARTICULARS APPLY Canadian Pacific Railway, 18, St. Augustine's Parade, Bristol, or local agents everywhere. 041 EISTEDDFODAU, &c. PRELIMINARY NOTICE!! A CHAIR EISI-EDDFOD Held at MAESTEG, Tuesday, August 2nd. CHIEF CHORAL-1st, £ 70 -2nd, £ 20. SECOND CHORAL— £ 20. Male Voice, £ 20 2nd. £ 5. AGGREGATE PRIZES NEARLY Z200. Programmes shortly. Secretary-15, Brynmawr place, Maesteg. 104 34th ANNUAL EISTEDDFOD WILL BE HELD ON I Good Friday, March 25, 1910, I AT 1 Salem, Baptist Chapel LLANTWIT VARDRE. President—HOPKIN MORGAN, Esq., Pontypridd. Conductor—Rev. T. RICHARDS, Llantwit Vardre. Adjudicators: Music-GRIFFITH DAVIES, Esq., L.T.S.O., Dinas. Literature-Rev. R. S. ROGERS, B.A., Mountain Ash. CHIEF CHORAL—" Molwch yr Arglwydd (J. Hnghes) (Praise ye the Lord), prize P.8, and Gold Medal given by Messrs. C. H. Flooks, Jeweller, Pontypridd, to successful Conductor, and 10/- to each unsuccessful Conductor. MALE VOICE-" Comrades in Arms," to a Party not under 30 in number, prize £5 and Medal to Con- ductor. Substantial Prizes for Solos, &c. Programmes and particulars, 1p., per post lj-d., to be obtained from the Secretaries— JNO. HUGHES, Tonteg, Llantwit Vardre. 025 JAMES HUGIIBS Hollv Bush, Llantwit Vardre BARGOED Sixth Annu Grand Chaiarl Eisteddfod Will be held on EASTER TUESDAY, MARCH 29th, 1910. PRINCIPAL EVENTS £ a d Male Voice-' Lead,. Kindly Light' (0. Morrella James) 25 0 0 I Mixed Choirs—' How Great is Thy Goodness I (Edwin Jones) 15 0 0 I Juvenile Choirs-' Onward (D. Jones, A.C., I Bargoed) .600 Awdl (Ode), £ 2 2s. and a Valuable Chair Traethawd, | £ 2 Ambulance. £ 5 Quartette, £ 2 2s.; Duet, 30/ Solos 1 and Pianoforte Solos, £1 Is. each. Poetry Recitations, Musical Compositions, etc., etc. Full particulars, 'see Programmes, Id. each, by post lid. May be obtained from the Secretaries- W. WILLIAMS, 5. West-st., Bargoed. 047 E. W. JONES. 40, Greenfield-st., „ CWMAMAN, ABERDARE. Whit-Tuesday Cottage Hospital EISTEDDFOD 1910. MALE VOICE-" Reaper's Chorus," (D, Jenkins). 1:20 and £ 10. MIXED CHOIRS-" Efe a Dduw," (T. Price) £20. JUVENILE CHOIRS-" The Shepherd (H. Walford Davies), f,7 and je3. BOYS' CHOIRS-X3 and £ 1. ACTION SONG-£3 and £1. BRASS BANDS-Class B. "Robin Hood," 9-16. AMBULANCE—6| guineas. 2 Also very substantial prizes for Instrumental and Vocal Solos, Penillion Singing, Poetry, Essays, Recitations. Adjudicators—Dr. David Thomas, M.A., Music Rev. V. Jones, Poetry, Literature. Programmes—2^d. post free, from the Secre- tary, A. W. Humphreys, Godreaman, Aber- dare. Assistant Secretary-Mr. Handel Harris, Co-operative Stores, Cwmaman. 068 LLANHARRAN EISTEDDFOD Whit-Tuesday, May 17, 1910. Chief Events, MALE VOICE-" Lead, Kindly Light" (Morelia C. I James) prize £ 20. MIXED CHORAL—" Gently comes the breath of Even- ing (Isalaw), prize &IS. JUVENILE CHORAL-" Twelve by the Clock" (C. H. Lloyd), prize A5. ACTION SONG-Own Selection, prize A2. Solos. Al Is. Od- each. Programmes 1.1,d. post free from Secretary, J. THOMAS. Argoed Edwin, Llanharan. 080 THE EVENT OF EASTER. ABERGAVENNY CHAIR EISTEDDFOD, BAND CONTEST and FETE, EASTER MONDAY, MARCH 28, 1910. Nearly aC400 in Prizes. SEVEN CHORAL COMPETITIONS, Several Vocal and Instrumental Solos, Poem, Essay, Recitation and Art Tests. CHAMPION BAND CONTEST and Cornet Solo Competitiont, for Two Silver Challenge Shields, One Silver Cup and Cash Prizes. EXCEPTIONALLY ATTRACTIVE FETE including the famous La Dor troupe of seven marvellous Acrobats, and Mdlle. Tudor with troupe of Performing Ponies. Special engagement of the famous MILITARY BAND OF THE ROYAL ENGINEERS. GRAND DISPLAY OF FIREWORS. Entries close 14th March. Progammea 3d. Secretary, Mr. R. H. Jackson,U, Priory Road, Abergavenny. 118 t TENDERS. PONTYPRIDD UNION. | THE Guardians of the above Union invite Tenders for the Supply of Provisions and other Articles for their Union Workhouse at Llwynypia, for the ensuing Six and Twelve Months. Forms of Tenders can be obtained at my Office at the Workhouse. Samples of goods must accompany the Tenders. Tenders to be sent to me at Llwynypia Workhouse, Llwynypia, not later than the 15th day of March, 1910. Dated the 23rd February, 1910. WM. SPICKETT, Union Offices, Clerk. Pontypridd. 08 PONTYPRIDD UNION. THE Guardians of the above Union invite Tenders for the Supply of Provisions and other Articles for their Union Workhouse at Pontypridd and Church Village (Cottage Homes) for tlv ensuing Six and Twelve Months. Forms of Tenders can be obtained my Office at the Workhouse. Samnles of goods must accompany the Tenders. Tenders to be sent to me at Pontypridd Workhouse, Pontypridd, not later than the 17th day of March, 1910. Dated the 23rd February, 1910.. WM. SPICKETT, Union Offices, Clerk. Pontypridd. 109 PONTYPRIDD UNION. APPOINTMENT OF FOSTER MOTHERS THE Guardians of the above Union invite applications for the appoint- ment of THREE FOSTER MOTHERS at the Cottage Homes, Llantwit Fardre. Salary, E20 per annum, rising on satis- factory service by ten shillings per annum to a maximum of E22 10s., with washing, rations, and apartments. The appointments will be made subject to the approval of the Local Government Board, and the Poor Law Officers' Super- annuation Fund, 1896. Applicants must be between the ages of 25 and 40 years, and must be without encumbrance. Forms of application may be obtained from me, the undersigned, and to be returned to me not later than Tuesday, the 8th day of March, 1910. Dated 23rd day of February, 1910. WM. SPICKETT, Union Offices, Clerk. Pontypridd. 107 LLANTRTSANT AND LLANTWIT FARDRE RURAL DISTRICT COUNCIL. THE above Council invite Tenders for the supply of Provisions and other articles for their Isolation Hospital, Rhiwfelin, Llan- trisant, for the year ending 31st March, 1911. Forms of Tenders can be obtained at my Office, Court House Street, Pontypridd. Samples of goods must be sent to the Council Offices, Pontyclun, not later than Wednesday, the 10th March, 1910. Tenders to be received not later than 10 o'clock a.m. Thursday, the 11th day of March, 1910. Dated 23rd day of February, 1910. WM. SPICKETT, Union Offices, Clerk. Pontypridd. 110 Pontypridd Union. TENDERS FOR GRASS. THE' Guardians of the above-named Union invite Tenders for the dis- posal of the Growing Grass on the grounds of the Llwynypia Homes, Llwynypia. Sealed Tenders to be received by me not later than Tuesday, the 22nd day of March, 1910. WM. SPICKETT, i Clerk to the Guardians. Union Offices, Pontypridd, March 2nd, 1910. 121 March 2nd, 1910. 121 ELECTION ADDRESSES. County Council Election. PENTRE ELECTORAL DIVISION. DAY OF ELECTION—MONDAY, MAR. 7th, 1910. LADIES AND GENTLEMEN, I have had the honour of repre- senting you on the County Council for nearly nine years. During that period I have faithfully served your interests, and it is with confidence I again appeal to you for your support in the present Election. I have attended the Meetings of the County Council faithfully, also the Meet- ings of the Finance Committee-the most important Committee in connection with the Council-and I can safely say, with- out fear of contradiction, that my attend- ance at all the Meetings of the Com- mittees and Sub-Committees, of which I am a Member, HAS BEEN GOOD. The experience I have thus gained will be of the greatest use to me to serve your interests in the future. Being myself the son of a working collier (the late David Davies, Cwm- dare "), I claim to be ONE with YOU in INTERESTS and SYMPATHY. I have lived in Pentre and Ton for 39 years, and every movement for the good of the neighbourhood has had my PRAC- TICAL SUPPORT. It is always a matter for regret when two Candidates of the same shade of politics fight an election of this kind, and it can be NO ZEAL for the public good to oppose an old and tried Member, and thereby causing an UNNECESSARY EXPENDITURE of public money. Your interests1 and mine are identical, and I have been in the past, and hope to be in the future, proud of the honour of being your Representative, My Motto is EFFICIENCY, ECONOMY and PROGRESS. I am, Ladies and Gentlemen, Your old and tried Member & Friend, 123 ELIAS T. DAVIES. TO THE ELECTORS, OF THE LLWYNY- PIA AND CLYDACH VALE DIVISION. LADIES AND GENTLEMEN, I beg to thank you most sincerely for the honour conferred on me last Mon- day by returning me unopposed to repre- sent you on the above Council. I appreciate the confidence you place in me, and I promise that I shall do everything in my power to merit a con- tinuance of your favour. I have endeavoured to be faithful during the 12 years I have had the honour to represent you, and I promise to be as faithful during the next three years as I have been in the past. Again thanking you, I am, Ladies and Gentlemen, Your obedient Servant, JAMES EVANS. Blaenelydaeh, March 1st, 1910. 115 Election Addresses (Continued). ro THE ELECTORS OF THE YNYSHIR ELECTORAL DIVISION. FELLOW-EILECTORS, Once more I have to thank you for your kind appreciation of my services on the Glamorgan County Council. I have served you to the best of my ability for 21 years, during which time you have been good enough to return me unopposed on each occasion. I have taken very great pleasure in doing all I possibly can for the County in general, and this Division in particular. During this long period of my life, I have received nothing but kindness and consideration from the Electorate which has comprised Tylorstown, Pontygwaith, Wattetown and Ynyshir, and for which I am extremely grateful, and beg To remain, Yours faithfully, W. H. MATHIAS, Tvnycymmer Hall, "March 1st, 1910. 117 uTrech Gwlad nag Mrgtwydd.' EXCELSIOR BUILDO N GS. DE WINTON STREET, TONYPANDY Telephone No. 77 P.O. Tonypandy.

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