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The Lengthening Day.
The Lengthening Day. Gone is the winter, the birds soon will sing, Nature awakens and fay bells shall ring; The season of darkness has now passed away, And night is dethroned by the lengthen- ing day. The swallows are coming from far o'er the seas, The cuckoo's sweet call will ooon float on the bree-ze; Upward the tender young shoots force their way; 'Tis the herald of summer—"the lengthen- ing day." The sun shines in splendour, the buds burst in bloom, His radiant beams have dispelled winter's gloom, Good-bye to the town-let us up and away— Fulnlled is the promise of lengthening day. The insects are waking from out their long sleep, Flowers from the earth are beginning to peep; Winter is conquered—ended his sway, The battle is won by the lengthening day." H. G. TRAVESS.
DostM s Investigations Continued,
DostM s Investigations Continued, TONYPANDY WOMAN COMES FORWARD. Our recent announcement, that we were arranging to conduct an enquiry into Doan's numerous local cases, has met with the widespread appreciation of our readers. To-day, a well-known Tonypandy resident comes forward and gives her nersonal ex- perience, which she authorises us to pub- lish for the benefit of others. Mrs. S. B. Slocombe, whose address is 36, Bank Street, Fenygraig, near Tony- pandy, says: —" Although I had treatment by two doctors for bladder and kidney complaint, it failed to do me good, and at one time my life was despaired of. Day after day I grew weaker, and I got so weak and ill at last that I thought I could not live. "I had fearful pains in my shoulders and loins, and I was unable to control the kidney secretions. When in bed I would turn irom one side to the other, getting no sleep. At times my back felt as if it would break. I was advised to use Dean's Backache Kidney Pills, and as I had read good accounts of them, I made up my mind to do so, hardly during to hope for eaoe, much less a cure, for so many. other medi- cines had failed. The nrst box of Doan's pills did not relieve me, but I decided to give them a fair triM, and when I had taken three boxes I felt easier; the water began to pass n$3re freely and without pain, and I could control it. My recovery was slow, but it was noticeable, and I felt better as each bos of the pills waa nnished. I took a thorough course of the medicine, and from a weak and sickly state of health, and has saved me from hours of misery. I gladly give permission for these facts.. to be published, for I feel I cannot sufficiently express my gratitude to Doan's pille for what they have done for me." Over 4 years after telling of her cure, Mrs. Slocombe said:—"Lam sure there is no better remedy for kidney and bladder trouble than Doan's pills. Since I used them I have only had attacks of backache, but the pills quickly put me right again." Doan's Backache Kidney Pills are. two shillings and ninepence per box, or six boxes for thirteen shillings and ninepence. Of all chemists and stores, or post free direct from the Foater-McClellan Co., 8, Wells Street. Oxford Street, London, W. Be sure you get the same kind of pills as Mrs. Slocombe had. 4905a I
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",]!I"'" Porth Po!!oe coupto
",]!I" Porth Po!!oe coupto Tliursday.—Before the Stipendiary (Mr. D. Lleufer Thomas), Mr. David Thomas, Dr. T. W. Parry, and Mr. John Evana. HARD ON THE MIDGETS." The lather of one of the two boys(" The Two Midgebs ") who won the second prize at the Empire (Tonypandy) matinee, for a-ma-teurs on Thursday, 17th March, ap- plied for a license for the lads to apTrar at the Empire next week. It will be re- ;lIl.embered that the prize in question was a,n engagement at the above place or entertainment. Tlie application was retused. T.VR CLERK GOl\fMITTED TO QUARTER SESSIONS. Henrv Franklin, clerk at the T.V.R. Station" at Pontypridd, was brought cup CR .remand .for judgment on. charges of 11lhezzlement and falsification. The evidence at the previous hearings :Was read over to the witnesses. Prisoner was committed to take his trial on both charges at the next Quarter Sessions, bail being refused. A FRUITLESS SEARCH. Roes Benjamin, colliery haulier, Fem- ale, was nned ?2 for steaJing a, watch. Defendant had been previously twice demanded to enable him to find the man to whom he sold the watch, but the search lProved unsuccessful. He was again urged do his best to reetore the watch to ita rightful owner. HORSE SOLD FOR 12s. 6d. Henry Hatton, butcher, Trealaw, was summoned for working a horse in an un- fit condition. Evidence was given by P.C.'s Rogers d Empson that there were several founds upon the animal, some of which 'Oled freely, and the fetlocks were also swollen When spoken to, defendant ex- pressed a hope that he would be dealt with lightly, and that the man from Whom he purchased it would also be brought to book. The animal was subse- quently sold for 12s. 6d. Asked if he had anything to say, defen- aart said that it was no good for him to Say anything as he would not be believed against the police. The Stipendiary: That is a. most im- pertinent observation. We are here to Dispense justice, and our decision is arrived a.t on the evidence brought before t)S. In view of the' fact that defendant had Only started in business, a fine of 25s. 'Only was imposed. FROM COLLAR TO BELT. John Lewis, collier, Mardy, was sum- moned for being drunk and disorderly, assaulting the police, and doing wilful ?a'nia.ge to a< constable's uniform. .P.O. Price said that at 10.30 p.m. on the 31st March, he took prisoner into ?stody on the Square, Mardy. He ?ca,ine exceedingly violent, and struck Qt witness tearing his greatcoat from Collar to belt. P.O. Batten corroborated. A fine of jEl was imposed for the ?sa,?, l()s damage and 18s. costs for ? wilful damage, and 10s. for being ?nk ?nd disorderly. THEFTS FROM PASSAGE. Ï'lo:Rihard Cooper and Owen Hughes, of °?d abode, were charged with steal- ?& ? gents' coat and ladies' coat from -??, Passage, of the residence of Mrs. ??,?lli.. ?-ristm?ra were sent to twenty-one days ?pns?nment. £4 FOR A SACK OF COAL. John Da/vies, grocer, Pontygwaith, was barged with aiding and abetting in a ?t o.f coal. -Herbert Job John, a, young lad" who a .f ortll1ght ago was nned for stealing coal ??n the. siding of the Tyiorstown Col- ?ry, said he was asked by defendant to "?ch a. bag of coal, for which he was pro- lllised 9d. Defendant also lent him a aIldtr'Uok to convey the coal from the lliery. While be was on the siding he :a,s caught by P.S. GriBiths. Defendant denied the charge, but ad- ltted having sent the boy the previous ay for coke. j The Stipendiary severely criticised ? ?'dant's conduct, and said the Bench ""seriously considered whether persons 4'??y of such; oNences should not be sent ? P?n. A; Rne o.f ;Cl was imposed. YLOltSTOWN THEFT CHARGE DIS- MISSED. Lily ]?y .c]?nt (15), Tyiorstown, was J ?? with stealina: ?8, the property ? Elizabeth Batea, Tyiorstow?n. Mr. G. ?. Jemkins (Messrs. Morgan, Bruce, ???, and James, Pontypridd) ap- ?? for the proaecutrix, and Mr. T)-yne Morsan (Messrs. Morgan and "?s, Pontypridd) defended. ???osecutrix said that on Saturday, 12th ??b) between 6 and 7 p.m., she went ?i her wardrobe in the front bedroom, t;"? she kept her money, to fetch a, ??n. When she left the room there ? ? ?9 tied in a bag in the wardrobe ? ? ? ?? ?? ?y ?? i? ?? orna- Sb& ?? ?? mantelpiece. The next day, ? ?ent to fetch a tie for her husband, t? ?ind the wardrobe unlocked, and :E8 ??en from the bag. The defendant had ?6n in the house with witness' daughter .? Saturday night from 5 to 9 p.m. Wit- ?ss went out for a time. Her daughter -?ed the defendant a seal jacket which ? was anxious to see, and in doing so t'ha-L ahow where the key was kept and ? money was kept in the wardrobe. ???wen Bates (10), daughter of prose- ? f?' said that defendant was a friend ???- 0? Saturday, 12th inst., deten- te ??'?'? ? stayed at their house all ???S. At defendant's request, she ?p-? ? s. seal jacket which they had ?i"?y spoken of, and in doing so ?rd. '? ?sy ?? money. They after- el1 went out for a little while, and ?? ?sssing the house later, defendant ?? ? wanted to fetch her crochet pin Q:tld d 1Itness' house. Witness went on, Alh e aiat went into the house. ?th ? Fachrell, collier, said he lodged ? ?osecutrix. On the date in ques- ? ?it? ? ? ?? house by himself for ?6t '?'?g that time the defendant ?r cp?t.? house and said she wanted r? it ? ??' ??? went upstairs to ?d ?' ??? she came down, witness "? ? ? ? P? some water in the bath. ? sey?" ?P again, and stayed for six A bahI.nutoo, but did not put water ? ??h. :kiese was dismissed, the Bench i ?ct? "? ?? was no evidence to '.?? ?he defenda,nt. VARIA. Elizabeth Price, Wattstown, was bound over for six months for using threats to Emily Ralph, a, neighbour. Jenkin Williams, Stephen Weeks, Wm. Shotten and Oswald Thomas were nned 5s. each for playing football on the high- way at Trehafod. Max Freeman, Perth, was fined 5s. for allowing the chimney of his house to catch nre. James John Davies, Williamstown, was nned --Pl and costs for fighting. INEBRIATES. John Forward. Tonvrefail, 40s. William Davies, Treha.fod, 10s. Morris Morris, Perth, 10s. David Jones, Ma.rdy, 10s. Jonah Pritchard, Mardy, 10s. Morgan Bevan, Mardy, lOs. David John Williama, Ynyshir, 25s. George Pope, Tyiorstown, 10s. George ames, Tyiorstown, Beven days. George Pike, Ynvshir, 10s. William Parntt, Ferndale, 20s. Robert Jones;. Tyiorstown, 40s.
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. Welsh Topics.
Welsh Topics. i Rhyddiaeth Ben Bowen.'¿ The publication of the prose works of the immortal bard of Moel Cadwgan forms one of the chief literary events of the year. This work was issued in re- sponse to the dying wish of Ben Bcwen. His brother, Myfyr Heiin, has fulfilled the part of Boswell to the brilliant author in a. commendable manner. Ben, on his death-bed, asked if his rernions and other writings were. safe. When informed that they were, he asked that they should be published, as he thought they contained a message to his iellow-countrymen. As the C'oRant and Barddoniaeth of 1904 formed the book of the year, it may be fairly assumed that this forms—but to a leaser degree—one of the chief of the present year. Not only has Myfyr Hefin perpetuated the memory of his brother, but he has also rendered a ser- vice to Welsh literature in general. We do not mean, though, that this. work will enrich the Welsh language in its literary aspect, in so far that it gives purity of style and diction, or that it is the pro- duct of a, master essayist. But the volume wuJ. be important, as it is complementary to the poems of Ben, and as showing light upon some of his earlier contri- butions. We demur rather to the idea, that this work will add to the fame of Ben; that is already secured, for it rests upon his poetry. The style of the language is simple, and void of elaborate ornament with the exception of a few passages here and there. It is generally free from ambiguity; but we are perforced to feel that it is the language of the soul. Possibly that at times he may have been burdened with a. great truth, and found that language was insumcient to deliver the travails of his soul. As one proceeds with the book there gradually grows upon the reader a feeling of the earnestness of the great poet, a, power of saying his message plainly, nay bluntly at times, and a versatile mind. Suifering as he did, battling with a deadly disease, confined and limited to action by the frailty of his body, one is amazed at the enormity of his work. A large volume of poetry worthy of the great masters, a collection of sermons and essays—and all before he was twenty-nve! Beyond all things, we admire the splen- did spirit displayed by Myfyr Hefin in editing the work. He has shown tact and sound judgme.nt. It is a. well-known fact that Ben, through his outsnokenness, ex- cited the enmity and jealousy and severe sectarian criticism of many who posed as the keeners of the faith and the guar- dians of orothdoxy. Creeds, articles of faith, and well-phrased confessions could not connne a soul like Ben's, and his love of truth ?and f airplay in the world of thought and religion bade him tear down the barriers of denominational separatism and make for the unifying of, and a tolerable snirit within, the sscts. During the heat of controversy many bitter things were written. AH this has been eliminated, and we now get Hens mind, robbed of those things which gave offence. There will be found in this volume his articles on Bedyddiwr at Fedyddiwr, Cymundeb, Cymundeb Rhycld," and Cwestiwn yr Adgyfodiad." Myfyr Henn's 'faith in his brother's honesty of purpose is unshakeaMe. yet that does not carry him away with the idea that his brother was not guilty of the impetuosity and inconsistencies of youth. Says he Nid oes angen craffter ychwaith i ganfod anghysonderau yn ei farn a'i gredo yn y gyfrol hon; ond coner mai cynyrchion dyn ieuanc o feddwl anni- bynol yn tyfu sydd yma, ac nid adolygodd efe nemor i ddim geir yma. Whether Ben was cognisant of this weakness arising from his own experience, or as a matter of knowledge obtained from contact with books, we leave the reader to ;}udge when he reads this: Oyfnod pwysicaf bywyd yw ieuenctyd; ac etc, dyma. ei gyfnod gwanaf. Y mae IIawer gair ysga,fn, llawer syniad hanerog ac unochrog, yn ein mynegiant cyn pryd. Byddai yn dda. meddu doethineb hynafgwr yn ngwynfyd ieuenctyd." This work contains twelve sermons, to- gether with several essays and his Eng- lish productions. They mark an originality of thought, a, combination of the poet and the philosopher, a power, to grasp principles, and the triumphs and pro- cesses of historical movements. His lan- guage in the sermon is simple and homely, it is that of the hearth and the seiat." It approaches in many parts the collo- quial—which could be understood by the man of. the pew. The language of the essays is more complex, and betray the fact that he wrote under a great stress and inspiration. But throughout one feels that his style was still in the making. It is true, though, that occa-sionally it is powerful, vivid, and epigrammatic. His illustrations are typically those which appeal to the Welsh mind. But, above all, Ben must appeal to all for his tolera.Me spirit, his unninching hatred of anything which cribbed, cabined and confined the humaji mind, his clear conception of the truths as they are in Christ, his healthy nationalism and his cosmopolitan soul. To illustrate one of these points, let me quote, one passage to show whence Wales should derive her inspiration: Mae eisieui i Gymru heddyw edrych yn ol ar ei gwyr mawr, er mwyn cael ysbrydia-eth i fyn'd yn rnlaen a, thyfu yn fwy—ar Bantycelyn a, Christmas i dderbyn ysbryd y milwr, ar Hiraethog a. Chynddelw i astudio plan y frwydr, ac ar Syr Hugh Owen a Tom EHis i dderbyn y cleddyf ac ifynedi'r frwydr (p. 160). Ca,dwed Cymru fawrogiad o'r gwyr mawr ei nun yn ei chalon, ao edmygedd o wyr mawr y byd yn ei llygad, ac aed yn miaen. Coiled Cymru am fyn'd Christmas a.o am ofal Lewis Edwards, am lingarwch Gomer ac am hunanfeddiant Cynddelw, am gytoeth Hiraethog ac am speculation Tom Ellis,) a bydd Cymru'r plentyn yn fwy na! Chymru Llywelyn Fawr; bydd lawn mor grefyddol ag y bydd o ddysgedig. Bydd yn ddigon mawr i danu ei braich chwith am BIato a/i braich dde am lesu. [" Rhyddiaith Ben Bowen." Dan olyg- iaeth ei frawd, Myfyr Henn, Capel Isaf, ger Aberhonddu. Gyda hanes Dad- orchuddiad Cofgolofn Ben Bowen gan Dyfnallt. Cyhoeddedig gan y Golygydd. ArgraNwyd gan y Owmni Cyhoeddiadol Addysgol, Caerdydd. Pris 3s. 6c.]
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'S -M' 53, Westbourne Place, '%?«'-? ?m.??.?' Corsets clesned and renova.ced. All requisites kept in stock. 509 IT IS TIME TO TAKE DAYtBSS' Tic 44ixture When you suffer from Tic, Neuralgia and Faceaehe TRY tT lill PER BOTTLE. Prepared and sold by r. DAVIES Pharmaceutical Chemist, FORTH. Agent for Mid-Rhondda— JNO. DAV!ES, Chemist 14, CMnmven St., TONYPANDY. 9495 HEMRY DAVIES & SON, 23, Ynysgau, Ystrad-Rhondda, COMP/ete UNDERTAKERsi, FUMERAL FURNISHERS, AND POSTING MASTERS, Posting at Moderate Charges. I ¡ í Funerals completely furnished in the best style, and at reasonable charges. Proprietors of splendid glass-sided Hearse, SheIIibere, &c. Mourning Coaches and every convenience in connection with Funerals kept on the premises. WEDDtNG COACHES, BRAKES, &c P.O. Teleplone-19 Pentre 4948 Home Rule Is not possible nnteM proftai- Î8 made for satisfying the lady of the ho«e M well as her lord and niaatBr." ThM can best be done by supplying her with Berwick's Gold Medal Baking Powder, which makes all kinds of light oad dmnty Cakes and Pastnet, &c, Mtd W A* be<t 1Uld purest in the wwM. I U N D AY hAirAIN CUBE FOR HARD ANT SOFT CORN PAINLESS AND HARMr SS. In Bottes, Price if- by Po 1/1 from the Proprietors- D. MORG AN & Co. (La,te J. Mundy), Chemist, 1, HtGH STREET CARDtFF, ? ART1F!C<AL IL.EGS ? ? Sorgical Boots, Deformity ? g? Steels, Hands, Arms. ?? ? ARTtFtCtAL EYES frofn 76. ?? ?? CRUTCHES, LEG tRONS, &c. ?? W Makers of the ?f ? 'STEELt-ESSEAStFtT'TRUSS, dlfIb S? LADY ATTENDANT. !?M ?? L&dies' Abdominal and Surgica,! Belt?. ?'? ?.P Trusses. Domen Belts and Belt Corsets. ?? ?? Elastic Stockings Knee Caps, T? ?t? B?ck Supports and ''ihotilder Er&ce6. ?? ?6;? LiSTFRKE. RxpAiRS. Nat.TeI-12S2 ?? ? ??€Af"?€4RCE? ? 3? 23, Chafes Straat, ?? ?? 5002 (Off Queen Street), CARDIFF. ?? BOON TO MOTHERS! BOON TO MOTHERS! Mothers are Warned against g!vmg their b&bies medecinee whtch weaken their svstems and stu!t:fy then- growth. But 'don't try to stop against g!vmg their b&bies medecinee BOON TO MOTHERS! Mothers are Warned against g!vmg their b&bies medecinee whtch weaken their svstems and stu!t:fy then- growth. But 'don't try to stop their lp"TLIXfLil Cries by forcing them with food. Their cries indicate ailments which can be raptd!y relieved and cured by Jones' Red Drops THE HEALTHFUL REMEDY FOR WIND, GRIPES, CONVULSIONS and all kindred infantile complaints, one dose decfdes its unique value, healthful and enables Mothers to quiet days and restful Keep a Bottle Handy, 1/liperbottle To be had from the following Agents- Pontypridd-all Chemists. Forth—a!! Chemists. Tonypandy—J. Davies, Chemist. Dunra'en St Tonypandy-Mr. Emrys Richards, Chemist, Penyg-raig-Mr. Lloyd, Chemist. Llwynypia-Mr. J. W. Richards, Chemi&t. Yatrad—Mr. David George, Chemist, Treorchy-Mr. Prothero, Chemist. Treorchy—Mr. Davies, Chemist. Femdale—Mr. Burgess, Chennst. TyIorstown—Mr. Williams. Chemist., and from Chemists all over South Wales. If you M to get it send 1/3 Stamps to the Proprietors for a bottte, post free. JOMES & SMtS???.?:? LLANIDLOES, MONT. 002