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-U_ W. A. WILLIAMS, Phrenologist, J can he OODSl11tec1 dn,ilv at the Victoria 1 Arcade (near the Market), Swansea. XTRA-VIM PoHltry Powder will make hens lay bucket-sfull of fine, large eggs. 6d. carton fcu-ts 20 hers a fortnight. Sold by the Co- operative Society Abererave. 3J5-12-26 ARE you going 'to let your pullets eat their beads off until next Spring? Make winter egg-production a certainty by giving them Karswood (harmless) Poultry Spice, containing ground insects. Packets 2d., 6d., Is. Griffiths, 67; Herbert Street, Pontar- dawe. 7D15J26 BILLIARD MARKER,^W'anted at the Public Institute, Pon tardawe. Pre- ference given to discharged soldier, able to do billiard duties (two tables). Age, 25 to 50 years. Wages, 26s. per week. plus 7A- per cent. 0:1 takings. Further particulars ma.y be had on application to Secretary. Ap- plications to be in not latpr than 28th inst., with two recent testimonials. Apply—Morgan Jones, Secret;y, Maes y bed w, Pontti-daii-e. 2J. 26 ARE you going ,to let your pulleis cat their heads off until next Spring ? Make winter egg-production a certain- ty by giving them Karswood (harmless) PouJtry Spice, containing ground iH- sects. Packets 2d., Od.—Harris, Cash Chemist, Commercial-street, Ystrad- gynlais. 7J12-F23 ySTRADGYNLAIS Prize Drawing in aid of the widow and children of the late David Richards, of Dorwen Farm, Pallog, has lx,<'n postponed until March 1st next in accordance with a reqijeat.—G. Morgan, Secre- tary. 3JI2-26 With eggs at present prices would you not like twice, as manv as you are getting? Then, use Karswood charmless) Spice containing ground in- sects. You will be delighted with the results. Paekets, 2d., 6d., -Is. J. Davies Grocer, Manchester House, Ystalyfera. 3J26F8. TAIVE AND DISTRICT ANGLING ASSOCIATIO.-Applications are invited by tho above Association for a spare-time Water-Bailitf. All appli- cations to be in not later than Thurs- day, January 31st. For particulars apply Secretary, Cloth Hall, Ystrad- gynlais. 1J.26. PANTTEG, YSTALYFERA. EISTEDDFOD Y PLANT (0 DAN 16cg OED.) CvneJir vr uchod DYDD SADWRN, CHWEF. 2aii, 1918 PrIf Dcipi-i), Caneuon Gwerin, Un- awdau, Deuawdau, Adroddiadau, etc. Ad i-<)< I dl? a d au, etc. Manylioti pellaeh » oddiwrtli yr Vsgrifenyddion—• T. LI. Davies, Goleudy, Ystalyfera George Edmunds, Panttcg, Y'fera. 5Fe2 DHIIJL HALL, GUnNOS. I A GRAND MISCELLANEOUS CONCERT In aid of the Local War Emergency Funds will be held at the above Hall ON THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 7th, 1918. The following Artistes will take part: II Miss Mary Evans, Miss Gvven Lewis, Ystradgynlais. Mr. John Morgan, Pantteg. Mr. Lewis Thomas, Ystradgynlais. Mr. D. R. Hopkin, Gurnos. I Mr. Levy Hopkin, Ystalyfera. Assisted by a small Instrumental Quartette under the leadership of Mr. C. A. Morgan. Accompanist, Mr. T. W. I Hopkin (Organist at St. David Church) Dfvors open at 7, to commence I punctually at 7.30. D29— pONTARDAWE PUBLIC HALL I AND INSTITUTE., 7th ANNUAL CHAIR EISTEDDFOD Will be held on SATURDAY, JUNE 22nd, 1918. List of Subjects ready February 9th, 1918 (Ivjd- post free), from Rees Gwilvm, 20, Rail way-terrace, Alltwen, Pontardawe, and Charles Williams, Glasfryn, Rhydyfro, Pontardawc. 3J I 9F2 CIMflAL KALI., YSTALYFERA. | A (i rnd EISTEDDFOD Will be iield en SATFRDAY. APRIL !O. Hn Chief Choral: "FFARWHL I TI GYMRU FAD. €10 and B.it:)n to Successful Conductor Soprano. Contralto, Tenor, Bass Solos £1 Is. Recitations, etc. Further particulars from secretaries: Mevsri. \Y. J. Hopkin. Bristol House. Ystalyfera. and E. R, Morgan, Ardwyn Lower C-wmtwrch. 1J26 BEAR. IN MIND ——— The Grand COMPETITIVE CONCERT At the CENTRAL HALL, YSTALYFERA. ON SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 9th, 1913. A large number of the leading nmsicans of South Wales have en- tered for the competitions. Conceit, to commence at 5.30. Trains leave Ystalyfera station for Brynamman at 10.30; 'Buses to Swan- sea till 10.30. 3J2GF9 Lower Cwmtwrch Soldiers' a.nd Sailors' Reception C-ommittee. A Grand lVrformace of the Popular Welsh Draina,- GltFFFI DD LLWYD" Will be given by the BEULAH DRAMATIC COMPANY, I at the CENTRAL HALL, YSTALYFERA, ON SATURDAY, JAN. Mth, 1918. In ail of the above Fund. A feature of the evening will be the singing of Miss Ellen Moses, the popu- lar local soprano in patriotic songs. Doors open at 6.30 to ocommenee at 7 Admi ssion: Tickets, Front seats. 1, Second seats, 6d. 1J26 BETHESDA, YNISMEUDWY. DYDD vSADWrRN, CHWEF. 2. 1918. TRADDODIR DARLITH Yn y lie uchod gan y PARCH. R. 0. HUGHES Ar "IEUAN GWYNEDD." Cadeirydd: Mr Jolin Grlffitlvs, goruevh- wyliwr Glob arreni. wyl-?wi- GLofa arreni. Yr elw tuog tuag at gynorthwyo Mr J. Ll. Jones. Ynismcudwv. 2J26F2. hiibbiiwii mi nuiii iim THE YSTRADGYNLAIS & DISTRICT ALLOTMENT HOLDERS AND COTTAGE GARDENERS' ASSOCIATION. Members of tho above Society arc requested to. make immediate applica- tion for Seed Potatoes for the coming: season. The Committee has secured a quantity of Immune Varieties from the Board of Agriculture, and theso will be sold to members practically at cost price. Applications may be made to any member of the Committee or to the hon. secretary, William Thomas, Heol- ygweudd. Ystradgynlais. The Secretary has a selection of second-hand army boots for disposal, from the Board of Agriculture. These are of splt-ndid quality and of low price. 2J2G-F2 AUDITS. YNISCEDWYN ESTATE. The Broconshiise Rent Atifcit wiU be held at the Yniscedwyn Estate Office on Tuesday" January 29th, 1918, from 10.30 i.in. to 4.30 p.m. Tenants are asked to bring with them their last receipts and also the roci ps for the payment of Insurance Policies. The usual Allowances will be given in lieu of dinner. YNISCEDW YN ESTATE. The Glamorganshiie Rent Audit will be held at the Church Hall, Ystaly- fera. on Thursday, January 31st, from 10 a.m. to 5.30 p.m. Tenants are asked to bring with them their lasv receipts and also tho receipts for the payment of Insurance Policies. The usual Allow- alloo will be made in lieu of dinner. JOHN P. LEE (Agent). 8J12-26. [BRCONSHIRE WAR PENSIONS LOC¡.t. COMMITTEE. APPLICATIONS are invito! for the :i|>)v,it;nm>nt of a wnoletime official to as^-Lst the Secretary in the work ot the Committee generally and. in par- ticular, to organise the Meiical Tr- ment, Training, and Employment, ot discharged disabled men. at a salary of £2 per week deteririmable by four j wee ks notice,on either side. The .appointment will involve a cer- tain amount of travelling througho:ri rhe County and 3rd Class Railway Fares, but no Subsistence allowance will be paid. Preference will be given to a suit- able candidate who has been dis- charged from H.M. Forces and has a. knowledge of Welsh. Forms of application and further details can be obtained from the un- uersigned, and all applications mutt- bo received on or before the 7th Feb- ruary, 1918. The Bulwark, ALBERT JOLLY, Brecon. Secretary, -,t-em?tary, 21gt Jan. 1916. li-* ST. JOHN'S A.B. (PONTARDAWE) ° NURSING DIVISION. Statement of Account of Social at thr L.B. Drill Hall, Pontardawe, Deceir- ber 12th, 1917. >, £ s d To tickets sold v 15 15 0 I at door > 6 12 0 Refreshments ,4.i 1 0 Battery ?. 0 6 3 Doiiatipiis 0 7 6 JC27 2 3 By Confectionery 2 8 10 Oil 0 1 f, Hire of chiiia 0 12 t Mineral waters 0 10 0 Milk, etc 0 6 10 Printing 0 8 c Cleaner (. 0 7 6 Cash in hand 22 6 7 < 7 2 3 Examined above and coippared with vouchers and found correct, Daniel Morgan (Registrar) Jan. 3, 1918. Tel. 23. Tel. 28 SCALE'S Millinery Special Showof Early Autumn MILLINERY. Hats of Quality in Velours, Felts, &c. Up-to-date (Ready-to-Wear) Hats in Silk, Velvet, Felt,v&c ROWEL SCALE, 7, High Street, PONTARDAWE.. Note THE House for Best Value