Ton-Pentne Police Court. Mondav.—Before the Stipendiary (Mr.. D. Lleufer Thomas), Alderman E. H. Davies, Alderman Richd. Lewis, Messrs. W. T. Jones, Enoch Davies, D. Davies, and R. S. Griffiths. POLICE RUSHED OFF THEIR FEET. Wiff. John Burns, labourer, Treforest, was charged with being drunk and dis- orderly, and committing an assault upon the police, b P.C. Millet said that at 8 p.m. on Saturday night last, in company with P.O. Edwards, they were called to the New Inn Vaults, Pontypridd, to eject prisoner. When Burns was placed out- side, he created a disturbance, and a crowd of 500 persons soon gathered on the scene. At that moment P.O. Thomas arrived, and advised prisoner to go away. While the officer was speaking to him, prisoner exclaimed: "Take that, you b and struck P.O. Thomas a violent blow on the neck. The police then closed with him, and in the struggle prisoner shouted to the crowd, "Come on, boys, let's kill them; now's our chance." As they were going through the Arcade, the crowd rushed them off their feet, and they narrowly escaped being pushed in through the shop win- dows. Eventually, prisoner was conveyed to the police station, behaving like a | maniac all the way. Corroborative evidence was given by P.C.'s Edwards and Thomas. b The Stipendiary, addressing prisoner, said his conduct was very bad, taking into consideration the crowded streets of Pontypridd on Saturday nights, and the offence could not be overlooked. Prisoner was sentenced to two months' hard labour on each of the three charges of assault, to run concurrently, and four- teen days for being drunk and disorderly. YOUNG SHOP ASSISTANT'S DISGRACE Arthur Williams (22), a young grocer's -assistant, was charged with stealing a quantity of groceries from the Penygraig branch of the Star Tea Company. Ernest Phillips, manager of the branch, said that on Monday afternoon, 12th December, he saw defendant, who was employed at the shop, handing a parcel of groceries to his young lady, but no money was placed in the till. The value of the goods was 15s. 5d. Prosecutor A added that goods had been missing tor B some time. r u m Florence Mary Morgan, 9, Hughes St., ■ Penygraig, admitted receiving the good* 1 at the shW,. adding that she thought defendant paid for them. In answer to the Bench, witness said that the articles were intended for defen- dant.. i Recalled, the prosecutor said that defendant's wages was 22s. a week. When charged by P.C. Gibbon, defen- dant said he had nothing to say. Defendant's father said that defendant was a good and honest boy at home, and showed no disposition to steal. Defendant pleaded guilty to the charge, remarking, I am very sorry; I will not do it again." Addressing defendant, the Stipendiary said he regretted that he had thrown awav his good character in this way. Defendant was bound over in a sum of £10 to come up for judgment when called upon. ILL-REQUITED GENEROSITY. John Jones, labourer, of no fixed abode, was charged with stealing an over- coat value £1 16s. the property of Morgan Southway, collier, lon-Pentie. Prosecutor said that on the 15th mst. he was at the Bridgend Hotel, Pentre. Prisoner came in and sat next to him. 7 Witness placed his coat on a, window- ledge, and went to the back of the house. When he returned, prisoner had left, taking with. him witness' coat. A chaige of stealing 10 pairs of stockings, value 5s. lod., from the shop of I. Nedahl, tailor and draper. Ton- Pentre, was also preferred against pri- soner. • Prosecutoi- said prisoner came to Mm saying he was a Penygraig striker, and was looking for food and work. Witness gave him a coat. He did not miss stockings till a day or two later, when he was spoken to by P.O. Young. P.O. Young gave evidence of arrest m both cases, and prisoner was sentenced to a month's hard labour in respect of each charge. A KNOCK AT THE DOOR AND THE SEQUEL. Ann Maddox (61), Ynyswen Road, Tre- herbert, charged John Davies, Treher- bert with assault. Complainant said that on Saturday night last, after a long illness she heard hammering on the door, and went to answer. Defendant was there, and he struck her on the side of the face. He also caught hold of her, ripping her clothes in doing so. He afterwards struck complainant's daughter. Corroborative evidence was given. Lydia Maddox. daughter of last com- plainant, also summoned defendant for assault. Complainant said that after defendant hit her mother, he hit her on the mouth. Defendant was fined 10s. and costs in the first case, the second being dismissed. TWO YEARS' COURTSHIP. Annie Mary Roberts, single woman, living at Ynyswen Road, Treorchy, sum- moned David John Rees, collier, to rhonv cauee, Acs. „ T Complainant said she had been keeping company with defendant for two years. An order of 3s. 6d. a week was made.
The Christmas Hamper. A comparatively new custom w^.c^1 seems to be growing rapidly mto pumic favour is that of including a tin of Cocoa in the Christmas Hamper. After all, it is the practical present that is appreciated. Good Cocoa such as Rowntree's, is one of the most nourishing and sustaining beverages it is possible to have, and as a rule, it can be enjoyed alike by every member of the family. On cold days, too, which are frequent enough at Christmas time, a cup of good Cocoa has a, warming and cheering influence.
Dosbarth HyflPonotdf Athrawon ysgol Sul. GWERS III.-PA TODD I ASTUDIO'R BEIBL. Yn y dehry wers flaenorol dysgasom na. cheir athrawon cyflawn a ehymwys i'n ilysgoiion Sul heb i'r cyfryw sylweddoli eu liangen am hyfforddiant a deall iod addysgu yn waith sylfaenedig ar egvvydd- orion sefydlog a dealladwy. Gwelwyd fod i'r hyftorddiant ddwy wedcl bendant, rhaid gwybod y wers Feiblaidd i ddechreu, ac yna uueall y modd i'w chyflwyno i'r dosbarth. Cyfyngwn ein sylw y tro hwn i ddull yr athraw o astudio'i Feibl. Uymenrn yn ganiataol nad oes yr un athraw yn ein Hysgolion Sul yn inentro at ei ddosbarth heb gymaint a darllen ei Feibl, oblegid dyna lawlyfr ei wersi. Credwn y cydnabyddir yn o gyffredinol, pa ddiffyg bynag sy'n cytyngu ar gymwys- terau athraw i'w waith, y dylasai yn anacl dim fod yn hyddysg yn ei Fteibl. Ond y mae gwahaniaeth diriawr rhwng dulliau athrawon o astudio'r Beibl, cymaint o wahaniaeth fel y credwn y ciyJid ystyried y moddau hyn yn fanwl. Dibynna'r Modd l astudio'r Beibl ar 2? icy sydd yn ei efrydu a-o ar ddibenion yr ymchwil. Mor amrywiol a chyfoethog yw cynnwys y Beibl fel y cymer pob math o efrydwyr ddyddordeb ynddo. Ca beirdd, arlunwyr" a cherddorion destynau eu gorchestion ynddo-, ymhyfryda llenorion, r, haneswyr, iiynaiieithwyr a beirniaid yn ei gynnwys, ac arno y syl- faena pregethwyr a, chenhadon eu moeseg a'u diwinyddiaevh. Os mai'r credadyn a'i ddarllen a hynny er maeth i'w fywyd ei hun, yna penderfynir y dull gan yr amcan m'ewn golwg. Ein maes arbennig ni yn y wers hon felly yw penderfynnu ar y modd effeithiolaf i athraw Ysgol Sul astudio'i Feibl ar gyfer ei ddosbarth. Gan mai ag Athraw Ysgol Ü y mae a fynnom cymerwn yr hyn a ganlyn yn ganiataol fel cymw-yaterau cyffredinol i'r gwaith -(1) Dylai feddu ei gopi ei hun o'r Beibl, a hwnnw yn Gyfieithad Diwygieclig. Y mae pob efrydydd teilwng yn glynu with yr un llawlyfr, ac yn I defnyddio'r un Beibl yl1 y dosbarth nawn Sul ag y manwl chwiliodd ynddo gartref yn ystod yr wythnos. Cof llygad sydd gan y mwyafrif o honom, fplly o ddefnyddio'r un Beibl yn barhaus ym- gyfarwyddwn a lleoliad adnodau ynddo. Ennillir llauer hefyd wrth roddi'r flaenor- iaeth i gyfieithad cywirach y Beibl Diwygiedig a dilyn ei ddosraniad o'r penodau i baragraffiau. (2) Dylai fod yn Gristion, yn hoff o'i Feibl ac yn foddlon llafurio'n galed er mwyn dod i ddeall ei fgynnwys. Heb ewyilys barod. i ufuddhau i ofynion yr Ysgrythyr a symlrwydd ffydd plentyn i gredu yn y Beibl fel Gair Duw, heb ym- ddibynu mwy ar weddl a goleuni'r Ysbryd Glan nag ar gynorthwyon allanol, nid oes modd astudio'r Beibl er budd ac adeiladaeth yr athraw ei hun a'r dos- barth. (3) Y mae'n anhebgorol fod yr athraw yn trefnu ei amser fel y caffo hamdden i gychwyn paratoi ei wers yn gynnar yn yr wythnos. Os nad all hebgor mwy na chwarter awr i'w Feibl a'i wers ar ol cinio nawn Sul, dylasai ar bob cyfrif roddi fyny ei ddosbarth yn yr Ysgol Sul, oblegid nid oes dim yn fwy andwyol i'r disgybl nag athraw amharod yn ei wers ac anhyddysg yn ei Feibl. Wedi sylwi ar y tri chymhwysder cyfi- redinol inewn gwir athraw yn astudio'i Feibl, pwysleisiwn yn nesaf yr awgrym- iadau canlynol at ffurfio'r arfer dda o efrydu'n drefnus ac i bwrpas. (a) Gan fod yr athraw yn fath o Wein- idog y Gair ac yn cymeryd rhan yn adeiladaeth Corff Crist, efryded ei Feibi i ddiben ymarferol. Canys nid dysgu darllen a chodi adnodau i'r cof yn unig yw ei waith, ond sicrhau fod y wers Ysgrythyrol yn cael ei deall a'i chymhwyso at fywyd beunyddiol. (b) Rhaid gwybod mwy o'r Beibl ei hun nag o wybodaeth yn ei gylch, felly dylid darllen yn gyntaf ac yn bennaf yr adnodau eu hunain ac nid esbon- iadau arnynt. Un o'r peryglon ynglyn â'r Cynorthwyon lawer a gynhygir mewn llyfrau a chylch- gronau ar ein Meusydd Llafur Sabothol yw fod y cyfryw yn cael mwy o sylw athraw a dosbartil, na'r Beibl ei hun. (c) Y mae. mwy nag un ffordd i astudio'r Beibl fel y mae ynddo ei hun. Gellir ei ddarllen yn olynol drwyddo er mwyn olrhain datblygiad trefn Duw at achub pechadur. Ond cofier wrth wneud fod i bob un o lyfrau'r Beibl Ie gwahanol yn hanes Datguddiad Duw, ac mae yng Nghrist lesu y ceir yr allwedd at esbonio'r oil. Gellir cyfyngu'r efrydiaeth i un llyfr yn y Beibl fel y gwneur gyda'r Meusydd Llafur am flwyddyn. Os felly, dylid ymholii wrth ddarllen— Ymha. le y saif y llyfr hwn yn nhrefn gysylltiol y Datguddiad dwyfol? a Pha beth yw sylwedd y datguddiad a, gyfleur trwyddoP Dylid dechreu'r efrydiaeth gyda darlleniad brysiog I llyfr ar ei hyd heb aros gyda phennod nao adnod nes ei orffen. Yna. rhodder yr argraffiadau cyff- redinol a wnaeth ar y meddwl i lawr ar bapur. Wedi cael syniad am neges y llyfr fel cyfanwaith, aellir dechreu dadelfennu ei gynnwys. Yn hyn dilyner paragraftiau'r C'yfieithad Diwygiedig yn hytrach na phennodau ac adnodau'r cyneithad cyffredin. Darllener y llyfr drosodd eto er mwyn darganfod ei brif eiriau neu ei bynciau amlycaf. Gwell yw i'r athraw wneud hyn drosto ei hun na mabwysiadu dadelfeniad parod o esboniad. Wedi'r dadelfennu, sylwed yn nesaf pa lyfrau ereill o'r Beibl ddaw agosaf o ran nodwedd cynnwys, amser ac awdwr at yr un sydd iddo'n Faes Llafur. Er engraifft, wrth astudio un o'r Efengylau dylid rhoddi lie amlwg i'r darlieniadau cyfochrog o'r tair Efengyl arali, ac wrth esbonio un o Epistolau Paul, megis y Oolossiaid, dylid cofio'r group (Epistolau'r Carchar) y perthyn iddo, a defnyddio'r chwaer-epistol at yr xiiphesiaid i daflu goleu ar y brawddegau tebyg sydd ynddynt. Os mai'r "International Bible Lessons a ddilynir gan Ysgol Sul ceir mai astudio pynciol a bywgraffiadol sy'n waelod i'r cynllun hwnnw. Defnyddir felly amrywiol ranau o'r Beibl i egluro'r pwnc, a dilyniir y cyfnodau amseryddol wrth astudio'r byw- oraffiad megis Hanes Joseph. (d) Wrth astudio'r Beibl, naturiol yw teimlo'r angen am gynorthwyon at ei ddeall. Rhodder y flaenoriaeth i'r darlleniadau cyfochrog ao i nodiadau ymyl y ddalen. Nid oes- debyg adnod at esbonio adnod. Felly dylai athraw feddu Mynegair Ysgrythyrol a'i ddefnyddio'n barhaus. Pan gyfyd anhawster nas gall yr athraw a Beibl syml ei ddeall, y pryd hwnnw ac nid cyn hynny y dylai droi i Esboniad a, Geiriadur Ysgrythyrol. Ni ddylid goddef i unrhyw gynorth- wyon argraffedig borthi diogi na chyflwyno ini'n barod ffaith y gallasom gydag ychydig feddylgarwoh ei darganfod. (e) I ba raddau y dylasai Athraw Ysgol Sul dalu sylw i'r Uwchfeirniadaeth? Nid yw'n iawn iddo ei hanwybyddu'n hollol, nag ychwaith i gymeryd ei g)udo i ffivrclfd ganddi. Gyda barn bwyllog a synwyr da gall ennill llawer wrth feirniadu a gwrando beirniadaeth. Oblegid clrwy droi goleu'r darganfyddiadau hynafiieitliol diweddaraf a chymhwyso safonau perffeithiach gwybodaeth ieithyddol a hanesyddol at y Beibl y mae'r Uwchfeirniaid wedFn galluogi, i fesur helaeth, i gael text difrychau ae i ddeall s,afle'r ,Ai-i-e-iddiol yn ei ddydd a'i dymor pan yn ysgrifennu ei broffwydoliaeth neu ei epistol. Cyn belled a hyn y mae popeth yn dda. Ond cofier fod gwahaniaeth rhwng barn beirniad unigol a barn gyffredinol beirniaid. Na choledcler pob dyfaliad ac na frysier ar ol pob awgrym yn unig am ei fod yn newydd. Meistroled yr athraw anawsterau esboniadaeth Feiblaidd cyn belled ag: y caniata ei amser a'i fedr. Ond cofied mai neges yr adnod i fywyd sy'n bwysig. ia gall ddarganfod honno yn well trwy gymorth yr Eneiniad na thnvy feirniadaeth wyddonol. Llyfrau r v darllrn, er cael hysbysrwydd helaethach ar bwyntiau'r wers: Sut i Ddarllen y Beibl (Adeney, Is. Cwmni'r Wasg Genedlaethol1) "Pa fodd y dylai Athrawon yr Ysgol Sabothol efrydu a deongli y BeiMP" (Robertson, 4c.: Jenkins, Dinbych) How to Study the Bible for the Greatest Profit (Dr. Torrey, Is. (id. Nisbet) Llawlyfr Addysg ac Hyfforddiant (J. Glyn Davies, tud. 5. Yr Athraw a'i Astudiaeth); Lliiv ivi- r yr Athraw" (Williams, tud. 25, Y wybodaeth angenrheidiol i Athraw, a phen. xiv., Llyfrau i'w darllen); Dr. Campbell Morgan's Analysed Bible." (Urextiynav, i'w hystyried gartref:- I (a.) A ellir egluro i arall yr hyn na tydd dyn wedi ei wir ddeall ei hun? (b) Pa, radd o wybodaeth sy'n anheb- gorol i athraw cyn y gall iawn gyfrannu Gair y Gwirionedd ? (c) Noder lie a gwerth Esboniadau yai efrydiaeth athraw o'i Feibl. (d) I ba fesur y mae gwybodaeth or Beibl fel cyfanwaith yn anhebgorol tua.g at esbonio gwers unigol? (e) Llyfr at ddysgu crefydd yw'r Beibl." Sut y dylanwada hyn ar ddull athraw o astudio'r BeiblP Beth sydd i syrthio i le*ail raddol yn yr efrydiaeth ? (f) A yw yn angenrheidiol dysgu'r holl Feibl mewn Ysgol Sul? (g) Dangosweh y fantais o astudio llyfrau'r Beibl yn eu trefn amser- yddol. O'r safbwynt hwn, sut y dosbarthech lyfrau'r Beibl? (h) A all ysgolheigtod a defosiwn gyd- drigo wrth e-frydui- Beibl? (i) Profwch fod cynllun a threfn yn hanfodol i efrydiaeth fuddiol o'r Beibl. v All rights reserved. Ton. M. R. JONES.
Wattstown. A smoking concert was held at the Wattstown Hotel on Saturday evening last, the funds derived from which being in aid of Mr. Thomas Harris, Bailey Street, who has been ill for a long time and unable to work. There was a large number present, and the programme was of a jpiighly entertaining nature. Mr. Frank Horwood presided. Notable amongst the artistes was Mr. Watkyn Phillips, who possesses a wide reputation as a tenor vocalist. Sailor's Grave," Midsummer Night," &c.. were sung by Mr. Phillips in splendid style. Mr. David Thomas, the well-known Wattstown tenor, also won unstinted applause for his solo. The bass singer was Mr. Harry Rogers, Pontygwaith, who provided a treat with Big Ben," and in one response to en- cores Mr. Rogers gave by special re- quest Asleep in the deep." Mr. George Hopkins, a baritone, was also well re- ceived in his several songs,. If there were items more popular than others, they were those contributed by Mr. W. Floyd, Treherbert, whose delightful comic Irish songs, so well sung and in character, brought down the house. Each contri- bution was greeted by an encore. A very popular artiste, too, is Mr. George Wil- liams, Pentre, who in descriptive songs showed a careful study of the dramatic art. Nothing funnier could be imagined than the stump speeches of Mr. H. Woodward. Mr. Robert Roberts contri- buted a. Welsh solo. All the pianoforte accompaniments were ably executed by Mr. E. T. Woods. The customary votes of thanks were carried with acclamation. The, officials of the committee promoting this charitable movement were:-Chair- man,* Mr. Frank Horwood; treasurer, Mr. George M. Hill (Wattstown Hotel); and secretary, Mr. John Jones (check- weigher). It is anticipated that a good sum will be realised.
Treorchy. The first annual tea and entertainment in connection with the Tabernacle (E.W.) Band of Hope was held on Thursday last. The entertainment consisted of action songs, recitations and choruses by the children, assisted by instrumentalists, and ably led by Mr. J. Davies, the con- ductor. The esident, Mr. J. Turner, and the, hon. ? retary, Mrs. Frank Vater, presided over the entertainment, which proved a great success. The Band of Hope, although in existence only ten months, already numbers over 200, and reflects great credit on the officers. It is our regrettable duty to chronicle the death of Mrs. Phillips, one of the oldest, if not the oMest inhabitant of Treorchy. Mrs. Phillips occupied the Old Farm for a, good number of years. During her life she took an active interest in the locality, and could remember the dis- trict practically a number of green fields. Her death will be received with sorrow by her host of friends. Mr. T. Williams (Stuart Street) and Miss M. Cleave (Tylacoch) were united in holy matrimony at Porth on Saturday last. The bride is the daughter of old inhabitants of Treorchy, whilst the bride- groom is the son of old Cwmparo inhabi- tants.
Porth. A very pretty and successful dance was held on Thursday evening last at the St. Paul's Schoolroom, Porth, when quite a number of local ladies and gentlemen par- ticipated in the function. Dancing com- menced at 8 o'clock, and with the ex- ception of a short interval, continued until midnight. Mr. Fred Elson and Mr. W. J. Lewis, Porth, were the genial and efficient M.O.'s. Mr. Beth Griffiths, with his usual ability, supplied the music. The dance was held under the auspices of the St. Paul's Church Committee, Owing to the sad demise of Mrs. Bowen, the performance of The Victory of Garmon by the Cymmer Choral Society has been postponed The children's con- cert. however, will be given instead. The Rev. W. Lewis Stubbs, Cardiff University, preached at the John Pugh Memorial Hall on Sunday., and also addressed the P.S.A. meeting in the afternoon. Mr. W. A. Morgan rendered a solo.
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Porth Police Count. Thursday.—Before the Stipendiary (Mr. D. Lleufer Thomas), Messrs. Thomas Griffiths, Wm. Evans, ffm. Jones, and Alderman W. H. Mathias. STREET FIGHTING. Howell Thomas and SI. Williams, Mardy, were fined 15s. each for fighting at Mardy. Edmond Powell and Mitchell Condon, Dinas, were fined 15s. and 10s. respec- tively for a similar offence. THE POPULATION QUESTION. Margt. Williams, single, Tylorstown, summoned Robert Williams, haulier, Tylorstown, to show cause, &c. Complainant said that she gave birth to a male child in September this year. Defendant was the father. Defendant admitted the paternity. The usual order of 3s. 6d. per week was made. COAL STEALING. Jas. Thos. Jones, Mardy, was fined 15s. for stealing coal, the property of Messrs. D. Davis and Sons, Mardy.
Medical Notes. We intend to publish each week a short paragraph entitled Medical Notes," in which we shall deal with some common ailments and how to treat them. Chilblains and how to cure them A treatment we have never known to fail is first to soak the hands or feet in water as hot as can be borne for 15 or 20 minutes-less than this is no use because it is necessary to warm the part right through. For unbroken chilblains, well rub in Marvello for 10 minutes, and, if possible, bind up with Marvello all night. If the chilblains are broken the water had better be only comfortably warm and Marvello applied on linen like a plaster, which should be renewed twice, a day. Everyone knows how diffi- cult broken chilblains are to heal. Our advice is therefore to cure them with Marvello before they do break, but if you are unfortunate enough to get them broken 11 Marvello 11 is the best and quickest cure. 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Coal supplied on shortest notice. China, Earthenware & Hardware WHOLESALR ( NLY. Special lines for Id. and 6Jd. Bazaars. W. WL, BB & Co., Wholesale China Merchants, Havelock Street, near General Post Office, Cardiff. Catalogues free. 471 ASK YOUR STATIONER FOR J. P. C. SERIES OF Local View Postcards. The Best Penny Postcard in the World. THE JAMES STATIONERY CO., PONTYPRIDD. 392 How shall we Vote ? is a question easily answered. Do what thousands upon thousands have done for the last fifty years. Vote for that unexcelled remedy within the reach of all— ^erryck's Vegetable Pills. To compound theseof the best ingredients of the vegetable kingdom no efforts are spared and 'no expense considered. As a medicine which touch the liver, cure stomach disorders, abolish backache, and kidney troubles, these celebrated pills are unsur- passed. They clear the head, strengthen the nerves, and enable us to review our surroundings with confidence. Sold by all Chemists and Stores in 7^d.. ljl^d., and 2/9. boxes. 418 TO SUFFERERS FROM. Skin & Blood Diseases For cleansing the blood of all impurities, Im from whatever cause arising, there is no other medicine just a* gfood ac Clarke's Blood Mixture—that's why in so many cases of Eczema, Scrofula, Scurvy, Bad Legs, Abscesses, Ulcers, Tumours, Boils, Pimples, Blotches, Sores and Eruptions, Piles, Glandular Swellings, Blood Poison, Rheuma- tism, Gout, &c., it has effected truly remarkable cures where all other treatments have failed. Clarke's Blood Mixture has over 45 years' reputation, aad the proprietors solicit all sufferers to give it a trial to test its value. The Editor of the FAMILY DOCTOR writes We have seen hosts of letters bearing testimony to the truly wonderful cures effected by Clafke s Blood Mixture. It is the finest Blood Purifier that Science and Medical Skill have brought to light, and we can with the utmost confidence recommend it to our subscribers and the public generally." HAS CURED THOUSANDS. I [will CURE YOU.J S*ldby all Chemists and Stores, 2/9 per bottle, -MUNDAY41 v I RI Di N CE-tiTAIN CURE FOR HARD ANI: SOFT CORN PAINLESS AND HARMJ SS. In Bottes, Price 1/ by Por- 1/1 from the Proprietors— D MORGAN & CO, (Late J. Mundy), Chemist, 1. HIGH STREET CARDIFF., BOON TO MOTHERS I Mothers are Warred against giving their babies medicines I which weaken their systems a ad stultify 1 t their growth. But doc't try to stop their ^Painful Cries by forcing them with food. Their cries indicate ailmecss which call be rapidly relieved and cured by Jones' Red Drops THE HEALTHFUL REMEDY FOR WIND, GRIPES, CONYULSION. and all kindred infantile complaints. ■■T One dose decfdes 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—all Chemists. Porth—all Chemists. Tonypandv—J. Davies, Chemist, Dunraven St Penygraig-Mr. Emrys Richards, Chemist. Llwvnypia-Mr. J. W. Richards, Chemist. I Penygraig—Mr. Lloyd, Chemist. Ohemist. Ystrad—Mr. David George, Chemist, Treorchy—Mr. Prothero, Chemist. Treorchy—Mr. Davies, Chemist. Ferndale-Mr. Buress, Chemist. Ch niist. Tylorstown-Mr. Williams, Chemise., I and from Chemists all over South Wales. If you fail to get it send 1/3 Stamps to t Proprietors for a bottle, post free. JOKES & 80NST"ac £ m?.sre: LLANIDLOES, MONT. 002 RA DCLIFFE Florist and Fruiterer, EMPIRE BUILDINGS, TONYPANDY. The only shop in Pandy where Wreaths, Crosses, Harps, etc., are made on the premises. Call, write or phone, P.O. No. 95 Fresh Cut Flowers Daily. EMPIRE RESTAURANT, Family and Commercial Hotel, Dunraven Street, TONYPANDY, NOW OPEN DINNERS DAILY 12.30 to 2.30 r m. TEA AND SUPPERS ALWAYS READY Well Aired Beds. CHARGES STRICTLY MODERATE. H. A. BOLTON, Proprietor 36 D. J. DAVIES, Builder, Decorator and UNDERTAKER, and COMPLETE FUNERAL FURNISHER." Shellibiers,Hearses, Mourning and NVeddino Coaches supplied on the shortest notice. Everything for Funerals supplied. Note the Address- 56, Tyntyla Rd., Llwynypia 346 Venetian Blinds fi' Price List and • ifll 8 p|lfe Estimates Free. e THOMAS BROS. MANUFACTURERS, Hj >>< Tudol' Lane, Off Tudor Road CARDIFF. 539