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1 I Merthyr Notes. I

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'''-''1 I Clyne Colliery…

Merthyr-Troedyrhiw -Progress..

I he Electric Theatre. I

The -Cardiff -Economics Class.I

! Gorseinon Notes.I

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SMALL PREPAID ADVERTISEMENTS. One In- Three In- Six In- sertions. sertions. sertions. s. d. s. d. s. d. 20 words 0 6 1 0 1 9 30 words 8 9 1 6 2 9 40 words 1 0 2 0 3 6 50 words 1 3 2 6 4 6 60 words 1 6 3 0 5 6 In all cases the Name and Address are counted as part of the Advertisement. These prices apply only to Advertisements ordered for consecutive insertions and which are prepaid. Trade Advertisements are inserted under the heading Personal at 9d. per line. All Advertisements should be posted to the Office on or before Monday. Medical. n A -PAGE  BOOK ABOUT HERBS AND U1* HOW TO USE THEM, Post Free. Send for One. TRIMNELL, THE HERBALIST, 144, RICHMOND ROAD, CARDIFF. Established 1879. Literary. -U-TNITARIAN PAMPHLETS OR The Bible," u Heaven," and Hell," given post bee.- Miss BARMBY, Mount Pleasant, Sidmeuth. Prize Drawings. WINNING Numbers of Wm. Porter's Prize w Drawing: 1308, 213, 837, 500, 1155. 108, 1106, 672, 719, 400, 1296, 1120, 584, 93) 1136, 825, 498, 244.—Wm, Bryant, Secretary. ftlisceH&Reon.s- FOR SALE.-—A quantity of Army Boots, ex- .1. ceptional good value; also Bedding, ete.— S. Harris, 5, Castle-street, Merthyr. A STHOLOGY.-Life Events, Changes, For- j f A. tunate Days, Business Success, Matrimony.; Two Years' Future added.—Send Birth-date, 1/- P.Q., PROF. GOULD, The Nook," HeathueM Road, Cardiff. SAFETY Razor Blades sharpened, Id. each, s post paid; New Blades, 2 for 4d,-WœG.n and Son, ironmongers, Afeertillery. SAFETY Razors, 6 Blades, in case 2s. M., pes-t 0 3d. Alarm clocks, double guaranteed, post 4d.-Wilson aiiel SOJJ, iron mongers, A'bertillery. ¡fINERS' "READY RECKONER;r mg 55 5-6 per cent., 4d., post free.-Evaits, 38, Qburch Street, Penydarren. Mertavr. "O EADERS of the" Pioneer" are invitetT to Aly come to 8 Queen-street, Cardiff (over Oarews, dentist) to a Whist Drive every Tuesday and Friday at 8 o'clock. Good Prices and en- joyable evening. Tickets 6d. each. WHY NOT TRADE UNION OFFICIALS? Now that the railway fares have been ad- vanced 50 per cent., it will be a considerable drain on the funds of Many Trade Unions. If facilities are given to certain people, then Trade Unions have equal claims for consideration. Wky should Trade Union officials not enjoy the pri- .y -i? h e pr i- ivileges of commercial representatives r O^pr- tures should be made to the Government on b6) matter, as well as on the question of conferences. The fact that many meet to consider State In- surance business, apart frona Trade Union mat- ters, should weigh with the Government. This terrible war is kitting a lot of businesses. Make it a personal resolve that the pioneer" shafl not be kifletf.