.——— L. & N. W. R. BASVES EXCURSIONS. On Thursday, April 9th, Saturday, April nth, and Easter Monday, April 13th, Period Excursions will be run to Durham, Harrograte, Newcastle-on-Tyne, Scarborough, York, and other places on the North Eastern Line, Black- pool, Isle of Man, Liverpool, Manchester, Southport, and the Lake Distriot On APRIL 9th and 11th, Period Excursions will run to London, Binning- 11 ham, the Midlands and the Potteries. On EASTER MONDAY, APRIL 13th, EXPRESS DAY EXCURSIONS will be run to BLACKPOOL, LIVERPOOL, MANCHESTER, RHYL, COLWYN BAY, LLANDUDNO, Hereford, Abergavenny, and Cardiff, FROM Cardiff (R) and Rhymney Merthyr, Tredegar, and Line Stations. Abergavenny Line Stations. Programmes, giving full particulars, can be obtained at the Stations, or from District Traffic Superintendent, MR. J. A. FINDLAY, L. & N.W. Railway, Abergavenny. ROBERT TURNBULL, Euston Station. General Manager. ABERGAVENNY. fiadter- TZueaday ifportd, FOOT AND CYCLE EVENTS. Galloway & Whippet Races. SPECIAL AND CHEAP TRAINS. -:0:- Z. WHEATLEY, Hon. Sec.
GELLYGAER URBAN DISTRICT COUNCIL ELECTION, APRIL GTII, 1914. TO THE ELECTORS OF BARGOED AND GILFACH WARD. LADIES AND GENTLEMEN, Three years ago you honoured me with your confidence by electing me as one of the Councillors of this Ward. Throughout that period I have endeavoured to serve you faithfully and honestly. I again respectfully request your kind support and interest. Having resided jin your midst all my life, and coming into daily contact with every portion of the locality, I believe it will be admitted that I possess an intimate knowledge of the needs of the Ward. There are many questions of importance pend- ing, and others that must be put forward, such as the (1) Housing of the Working Classes, (2) Lighting, (3) Water, (1) Roads, &c., which I shall at all times endeavour to bring to the front. I am in entire favour of unifying this Valley for administrative purposes, believing it to be a great saving to the already over-burdened Rate- payer. I believe in "open spaces" for the people, where an enjoyable hour may be spvut. ^*1 am a Member of the Rhymney Valley Sewerage Board, and am pleased to say succeeded in getting our Trade Union rate of wagea made payable to Workmen on the whole of the con- tracts. Ladies and Gentlemen, without making promises, I shall, as I have hitherto done, do my best for the Ward in which we reside, and where I have been nominated by the Bargoed Steam Coal Lodges and supported by other progressive bodies. Yours faithfully, EDMUND JONES. Bargoed, March 31st, 1914. I
RHYMNEY URBAN DISTRICT COUNCIL ELECTION, APRIL 6TH, 1914. TO THE ELECTORS OF THE MIDDLE WARD. LADIES AND GENTLEMEN, Having faithfully served you on the Council for the last six years, I again place my services at your disposal. It has always been my chief endeavour to advocate and further the interest of the Residents of the Town, consistent with Progress and Economy. I may point out that through my instru- mentality the Ratepayers were saved over 2250 in the Sewering of two Houses in Church Street and Colenzo Terrace. I also strongly advocated the High Street Im- provement, which is now acknowledged by all to be lone of the Greatest Improvements in the Town. The Housing Question has received my whole- hearted support. You are aware that a large scheme is now in progress for the Sewering of the whole of the Rhymney Valley, to cost a Quarter of a Million Pounds, and having been your Representative on the Sewerage Board since its origin, I have gained valuable experience, which will be of much advantage to the Ratepayers in the near future. I have strongly supported the now very popular Joint Isolation Hospital Scheme. My Motto always has been "The greatest possible Efficiency, compatible with Economy." Soliciting your Support, and assuring you that, if elected, I shall, in the future, as in the past, endeavour to serve you conscientiously and without fear or favour. I am, Ladies and Gentlemen, Yours faithfully, D. 5. ISTANCE. The Terrace, Rhymney, D. S. ISTANCIE. I 30th March, 1914.
1- RHYMNEY DISTRICT COUNCIL ELECTION, TO THE ELECTORS OF THE LOWER WARD. LADIES AND GENTLEMEN, Allow me to thank you all for the very great compliment you have paid me in returning me as your Representative for a tliird period of tkrec years, without any opposition whatsoever. I take this to indicate that you approve of my work on the Council for the last three years, and that you are satisfied with my representation of your Ward. In the face of your great confidence, you will perhaps allow me to say that I shall in the futurel as I have in the past, do everything I possibly can for what I conceive to be the interests of the PUBLIC. Again thanking you, I am, yours faithfully, Trefriw W. GRIFFITHS. Trefriw, Camtyla, April ist, 1914.
RHYMNEY DISTRICT COUNCIL ELECTION, APRIL 6TH, 1914. TO THE ELECTORS OF THE MIDDLE WARD. LADIES AND GENTLEMEN, At a meeting of the Trades and Labour Council, held at the Workmen's Institute, I was unanimously selected to contest the vacant Seat on the District Council in the Middle Ward. In response to the wishes of my fellow-workmen, I beg to offer myself as a Candi- date, and respectfully solicit your Vote and Interest. I have lived the whole of my life in your midst, and have taken some part, and an active interest in all the efforts that have been made from time to time to better the conditions and the lives of the workers in the district. The great majority of the Electors are Work- ingmen, and experience has taught us over and over again that if the workers want to have their rights, they must fight for them. No one can advocate your claims as well as one of yourselves. You will find in the Rhymney Council, as at present constituted, that the voice of Labour is out of all proportion to its claims. You have an opportunity at present to remedy matters. Fellow-workmen Be true to yourselves Should you honour honour me by Electing me on the District Council, I should do my utmost to serve you loyally, without fear or favour, with all the earnestness and sincerity I can command. I am, Ladies and Gentlemen, Your Obedient Servant, THOMAS B. LEWIS. 9, Manest Street, Rhymney. March 26th, 1914.
RHYMNEY URBAN DISTRICT COUNCIL ELECTION. MONDAY, APRIL 6th, 1914. I TO THE ELECTORS OF THE MIDDLE WARD. LADIES AND GENTLEMEN, Having been pressed by many Electors, representing all sections of the com- munity, to become a Candidate at the forth- coming Election, I have finally decided to submit my Candidature for your approval. I am well-known personally to every Elector ift the Ward, having spent practically the whole of my life amongst you. You will allow me to state clearly that I should have a free hand to deal with all matters, and should you consider me worthy of being returned as your Representative, I shall endeavour, by every means in my power, to safeguard and support what I consider to be the best interests of the PUBLIC generally, I am, Ladies and Gentlemen, Yours faithfully, GNvalia House, H. M. THOMAS. Cwalia House, March 30th, 1914.
RHYMNEY URBAN DISTRICT COUNCIL ELECTION, APRIL 6TH, 1914. I TO THE ELECTORS OF THE ABERTYSSWG WARD. LADIES AND GENTLEMEN, Having been asked by a number of Ratepayers to contest the Seat now vacant on the above Council, I have decided to do 1'0, at my own expense, without encumbering the funds of any organisation. I believe I am known to most of the Electors, having served you upon various bodies for a eon. sidctable time. Should you elect me as your Representative, I shail feel it a pleasure and duty to serve you faithfully and conscientiously, having at all times due regard to the Rates, but = all the needs of the Working Classes. Yours obediently, W. WILCOX. Bourne Villa, 17, Carn-y-Tyla, Abertysawg, March 19tb, 1914.
public Notices. BEDWELLTY URBAN DISTRICT COUNCIL. SHOPS ACT, 1912. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Council have made a Closing Order, of which a copy is annexed hereto, and have sub- mitted the Order to the Secretary of State for confirmation. A Copy of the Order may be obtained by any person whom it may concern on application at the Clerk's Office, 36, High Street, Bargoed. If any person desires to make any objections to the Provisions of the Order, he should address a written Statement to the Secretary of State, Home Department, London, within One Month from the date hereof, i.e., before the 6th day of May, 1914. Dated this 2nd day of April, 1914. T. J. THOMAS, Clerk to the Council. 36, High Street, Bargoed. ORDER. The Urban District Council of Bedwellty, in pursuance of the powers conferred upon them by the Shops Act, 1912, and after due compli- ance with its provisions, do hereby Order as follows i.-This Order, which may be cited as the Bedwellty Closing Order No. i, applies to all Shops within the Aberbargoed Ward of the Bedwellty Urban District in which the retail trade or business of any class specified in the Schedule contained in Article 2 of this Order is carried on. 2.—All Shops to which this Order applies shall be closed for the serving of customers on the several days of the week at and after the hours below specified for each day in the said Ward. NAME OF TRADE. (a) Drapers and Milliners. DAY OF WEEK AND CLOSING HOUR. Monday, 8 Tuesday, 7 Wednesday, 7 Thursday, i Friday, 8 Saturday, 11, but 12 preceding Bank Holidays. NAME OF TRADE. (b) Tailors, outfitters, dealers in flannel and woollen goods, dealers in boots and shoes, dealers in gas fittings, electrical fittings and sanitary fittings, ironmongers, cutlers, dealers in house furniture, wicker goods, earthenware and glass, seedsmen, oil merchants, lime merchants, builders merchants, dealers in paints, colours and wall paper, dealers in salt and sand, picture dealers, photographers, dealers in leather and papier mache goods, carpets, linoleum and oilcloth, hay, corn and coal merchants, waterproof and rubber goods sellers, umbrella sellers, saddlers and harness dealers, live birds and live poultry dealers. DAY OF WEEK AND CLOSING HOUR. Monday, 8 Tuesday, 7 Wednesday, 7 Thursday, i Friday, 9; Saturday, 11, but 12 preceding Bank Holidays. NAME OF TRADE. (c) Grocers and provision dealers, and yeast sellers. DAY OF WEEK AND CLOSING HOUR. Monday, 8 Tuesday, 7 Wednesday, 7; Thursday, i Friday, 9; Saturday, L i, but 12 preceding Bank Holidays. NAME OF TRADE. (d) Watchmakers and jewellers, goldsmithb, silversmiths, lacquerers and sellers of electro- plated goods. DAY OF WEEK AND CLOSING HOUR. Monday, 8 Tuesday, 7 Wednesday, 7 Thursday, i Friday, 9; Saturday, 11, but 12 preceding Bank Holidays. NAME OF TRADE. (e) Barbers and hairdressers. DAY OF WEEK AND CLOSING HOUR. Monday, 7.30 Tuesday, 7.30 Wednesday, 8.30; Thursday, i Friday, 8.30 Saturdays 1. NAME OF TRADE. (f) Pawnbrokers. DAY OF WEEK AND CLOSING HOUR. Monday, 8; Tuesday, 7; Wednesday, 7 Thursday, i Friday, 9 Saturday, 11, but 12 preceding Bank Holidays. NAME OF TRADE. (g) Fish-friers and sellers of chipped potatoes, baked faggots and cooked green peas. DAY.OF WEEK AND CLOSING HOUR. Monday, 12; Tuesday, 12; Wednesday, 12; Thursday, 12; Friday, 12; Saturday, 12. NAME OF TRADE. (h) Butchers and purveyors of meat. DAY OF WEEK AND CLOSING HOUR. Monday, i Tuesday, 8 Wednesday, 8 Thursday, 6 Friday, 9.30 Saturday, 11.30. NAME OF TRADE. (i) Dealers in fish, fruit, vegetables, flowers, and other articles of a perishable nature. DAY OF WEEK AND CLOSING HOUR. Monday, 10 Tuesday, 10 Wednesday, 10 Thursday, 10; Friday, 10; Saturday, 11.30. 3.—Where any trade or business other than a retail trade or business mentioned in Article 2 of this Order is carried on in any Shop to which this Order applies, such Shop may be kept open after the closing hour mentioned in Article 2 of this Order, for the purpose of any such trade or business provided alone that (a) after the said closing hour there shall be exhibited in some conspicuous places on the exterior and in the interior of such Shop, Notices in letters of the size of not less than two inches containing the words, Shops Act, 1912. This Shop is closed for to-day except for the sale by retail of [hera mention the trade or business to be carried on) or the trade or business of [here mention the trade or business to be carried on]. (b) So far as reasonably practicable no goods in connection with the trade or business for which the Shop is required to be closed shall be exhibited either insida or outside the Shop. Sealed with the Common Seal of the Urban District Council of Bed- A wellty at a Meeting of the Council/^ S 'JI held on the 24th day of March, 1914, and in pursuance of a Resolution passed LO. at such Meeting in the presence of- SYDNEY GODWIN, CHAIRMAN. T. J. THOMAS, CLERK. £ >ato fjf) Surttom The Circle and Market Street, Tredegar. IMPORTANT SALE OF VALUABLE BUSINESS PREMISES IN THE CENTRE OF THE TOWN. MESSRS. J. M. BERRY & SON (Mr. H. Seymour Berry, F.A.I.) HA VE received instructions to SELL by JLJL PUBLIC AUCTION at the CASTLE HOTEL, TREDEGAR, on WEDNESDAY, APRIL 8th, at 3 p.m., subject to the common form conditions of the Merthyr and Aberdare Incorporated Law Society, the following VALU- ABLE Leasehold Premises, Namely: All those Dwelling-houses, Shops and Premises, known as Nos. i, The Circle, ia. Market Street, I and I, Market Street, Tredegar, now in the occupation of Mr. Bevan and others at a rental amounting yearly to a total of £ 154 os. od. These premises are held under two leases for a term of 60 years from the 24th J une, 1890, subject to a total annual ground rent of 423 10s. ad. The Auctioneers wish to draw special attention to this rare opportunity of acquiring business premises in the centre of the town. For further particulars apply to the Auctioneers at their offices, Bank Chambers, Merthyr Tydfil, or to F. SYDNEY SIMONS, Esq., Solicitor, Merthyr Tydfil. Where there's a WILL There's a WAY! THE WILL is on YOUR side-the will and the desirn to possess a beautiful furnished home without the necessity of going to heavy expense or breaking into your capital. Ha5n't this been your desire for montbs-may be years—past ? THE WAY is OUR part of the business. I And it's an easy way too For a few shillings a week I| (easy payments you can't 5 miss) we will furnish for I you the most tasteful home I you can imagine—without I waiting-without disturb- I ing your Bank balance— I without any inconvenience. 1 Link YOUR will on to OUR way I Our Stock is well worth calling to see. High Street, Bargoed. I Other Branches at I ￼ Church Street, ABERTILLERY. &9, Commercial Street, TREDEGAR I Ta« Street, PONTYPRIDD. I 29, Station Road, PORT B TALBOT. I 51, Holton Road, BARRY DOCK 1 I Headquarters :4:>, City Road, CARDIFF. I public Notices. TBEDWEIITY URBAN DISTRICT COUNCIL. BYELAWS. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Urban District Council for the Urban District of Bedwellty, in the County of Monmouth, intend to apply to the Local Government Board, after the expiration of one Calendar Month from the date of the first publication of this Notice, for CON- FIRMATION OF CERTAIN BYELAWS, as follows:- i. Common Lodging Houses. 2. Offensive Trades. 3. Nuisances. 4. Tents, Vans, Sheds, and Similar Structures. The said Byelaws and the Drafts thereof approved by the Local Government Board will be deposited at the COUNCIL OFFICES, DUFFRYN TERRACU, NEW TREDEGAR, for one calendar month after the publica- tion of this Notice, and before application for Confirmation is made as aforesaid, and will be open during office hours thereat to the inspection of the Ratepayers of the district to which such Byelaws relate, without fee or reward. I, the undersigned, will, on the applica- tion of any such ratepayer, furnish him with a copy of such proposed Byelaws, or any part thereof, on payment of Sixpence for every hundred words contained in such Copy. Dated this 2nd day of April, 1914. T. J. THOMAS, Clerk to the District Council. 36, High Street, Bargoed. Cen&ers airii ontrartø. MONMOUTHSDIRE COUNTY COUNCIL. TENDERS are required for CLEANING and T PAINTING the following County Bridges — 1. Over the Canal at Newbridge. 2. River Ebbw at Newbridge. 3. Sirhowy River at Pontllanfraith. 4. Gas Works at Abertillery. 5. George Bridge at Beaufort. 6. Argoed Incline at Argoed. 7. Bedwellty Pits at Tredegar. 8. Kemeys Bridge over the Usk on the Usk and Abergavenny Road, in accordance with the Specificatioa to be seen at bhe Offices of Mr. William Tanner, F.S.I., County Surveyor, New- port, on and after March 24th, 1914. Sealed Tenders to be sent not later than 12 o'clock on Saturday, April 4th, 1914, to the County Surveyor. Separate Prices for each Bridge to be stated. The lowest or any Tender not necessarily accepted. (Signed), H. STAFFORD GUSTARD, CLERK. PALM SUNDAY Wreaths, Crosses, Out Flowers, Pot Plants, &c. W. TRESEOER, LTD., FLORIST, CARDIFF.. Phoae, 597. For Telegrams only- "TRESEDER, FLORIST, CARDIFF." FOR SALE. — Six Four-room HOUSES at Jt' Abertysswg. Direct Lease," Lord Tre- degar. Terms arranged.—WARN, Builder. COLLIERY FIREMEN'S EXAMS. MINERS and Mining Students desirous of obtaining the Mine Examiners' Certificate should visit the Cambrian Mining School," Cemetery Road, Porth, during Easter Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday (10 a.m. to 6 p.m.) to receive PERSONAL INSTRUCTION in Gas Cap Detec- tion, with Apparatus; Anemometers, and Instruction in Air Measurements. Fee, 2s. per Lesson. Write immediately for Particulars, Entrance Forms, &c., and book early to ensure place. GOOD FRIDAY. TO OUR READERS AND ADVERTISERS. Our next Publishing Day being Good Friiday, the Monmouth Guardian will be Published on Thursday, April 9th. All Copy and Ad. vertisements must reach the Offices at Rhym- ney act later than Wednesday noon, April 8th- tirtbo., iWarrtagesi, anb mtatbo Announcements will be made in this column for the nominal charge of Is.. if under 24 words, and Id. for each additional word.
RHYMNEY. PALM SUNDAY.—For artiicial wreaths on Palm and Easter Sunday, you cannot do better than at Israel Fine's, Lawn- terrace, Rhymney. MESSRS. T. A. FOWLER & SONS, RHYM- NEY COAL SUPPLY, have opened a Depot at Rhymney. Look out for the Wagons. Best Coal at 1/2 per cwt., or 20/- per ton, delivered. THE "SIXTH SENSE." The subject of the address to be given at the service for young people at Mount Carmel Congrega- tional Church, next Sunday evening, by the Rev. H. J. Coxon (pastor), will be The Sixth Sense." A "STAR" PREACHER.—We understand that the special preacher on the occasion of the annual meetings under the auspices of Beulah English Baptist Chapel, to be held on Sunday and Monday, April 19th and 20th, will be the Rev. Evan Williams, of Dalston Junction. The reverend gentle- man is one of the most popular preachers in the denomination, and his forthcoming visit to Rhymney is being looked forward to with interest. HOME MISSION.On Sunday last the usual Home Mission services were held at Beulah Chapel, when the pulpit was occu- pied in the morning and evening by the Rev. D. Hussey, secretary of the Mon- mouthshire Baptist Association, who delivered two impressive discourses, and made very earnest appeals for continued support on behalf of the Home Mission fund, so as to render all assistance possible to the weak churches in the county. THE ELECTIONS.—The polling in con- nection with the Urban District Council Election for the Middle Ward will take place on Monday next, at the Council Schools. Mr Ll. Reynolds, clerk to the council, is the returning officer. The three candidates, Messrs. D. S. Istance, T. B. Lewis, and H. M. Thomas, are promoting their candidature in a quiet way, but a complete canvass of the Ward is being arranged for. The contest is expected to prove a keen one. FINE'S SUITS LEADING.—If you wish to be "in the fashion a visit to one of Fine's Limited shops, in High-street, or The Square, will reveal a surprise at the very attractive display of the new season's suitings-ready to wear. Fifty years' experience is something of a record, and there is always satisfaction in wearing Fines' clothing. It looks well on the out- side, and the inside tailoring is as good as that seen on the surface Give it a trial A GREAT SOCIAL WORF,On Tuesday evening a lecture was delivered at Bryn- hyfryd Vestry (kindly lent for the occasion) by Adjutant Robinson, divisional officer of the Salvation Army, Cardiff. The attendance was rather disappointing. County Coun- cillor J. Edwards, J.P., presided, and after a brief address, Adjutant Robinson proceeded with his lecture, which dealt with the great work of the Salvation Army, its varied character and its effectiveness. The lecture was followed with intense interest by all present. Upon the motion of the Rev. R. E. Peregrine, B.D., seconded by Mr Ben. Jones, J.P., a hearty vote of thanks was accorded to Adjutant Robinson for his instructive lecture. A similar compliment was passed to Councillor Edwards for pre- siding, and the proceedings closed with prayer by the Rev. R. E. Peregrine. It should be mentioned that a collection was taken at the close in aid of the Army movement. THE CHURCHES.—The annual report and financial statement in connection with Jerusalem Welsh Baptist Chapel, which was issued a few weeks ago by the respected secretary (Mr D. Narbed), reveals another year's excellent work. The Rev. T. E. Williams, the new pastor, has contributed a very appropriate address. Although he did not come amongst them until the extreme end of the year, he was pleased to find they had done much good work during the year, but still, there was room for improvement. He hoped to find by working together, as shepherd and flock, during 1914, they would accomplish much for the Master. He paid a tribute to the members for faithfulness in the weekly meetings, and hoped they would continue so, but there was place to improve the attendance at the Sunday school, and the work of same. Their motto should be "Excelsior! —With regard to the financial position, the amount contributed by mem- bers and congregation totalled P.290 7s. 8d. The weekly collection realised jC50 13s. 7d., and the Penny a Week iC12 lls. Sd. As the result of the effort made, the debt has been reduced by t35, leaving at the end of the year the substantial amount of t76 8s. lid. in the hands of the treasurer. The Sunday School fund also showed a good balance in hand of tll 13s. 2d. When it is realised that no appeal outside the church, in the form of concerts or performances has been made, the work of the year is highly gratifying to all concerned.
CYMRODORION RHYMNI A'RCYLCH Nos Wener daeth ynghyd i Gosen gynu- Ueidfa deiiwng, o Gymry goren Rhymni, i wrando ar Syr Edward Anwyl yn traethu ar "Cyndrigolion Cymru." Nid oes na ohydnebydd hawl a chymhwysder yr Athro clodfawr i draethu ar y pwngc gyda'g aw- durdod. Arweiniodd ni yn ol at gyfnod pell, rai miloedd o flynyddoedd C.C. Rhan- nodd ei arawd i (a) Oes hynaf y meini; (b) Ail oes y meini. Gyda deheurwydd, man- ylder, a swyn hanesydd, caed oedfa ddy- ddorol ac adeiladol drosben, yn arbennig wrth wylied y cynydd a'r twf yn y gwahanol gyfeiriadan. Gwisgid yr oil mewn Cymraeg clasurol ag arddull firain, gyfareddol, fel yr oedd pawb yngaeth wrth ei fin hyd y diwedd Llywyddwyd gan y Cymro brwd, y Parch. R W Davies, M,A., Ebenezer, yr hwn, mewn ychydig eiriau dewisol a gyfeiriodd at gaffael gwerthfawr Mynwy, yn sicrhau gwasanaeth y Marohog hyddysg a gwladgar, fel pennaeth y Coleg Hyfforddiadol i Athrawon, yn Caerlleon-ar-Wysg. Gwlad Arthur a'r farchogiou, bro hud a rhamant, yw bon, a chanfod ysbryd Arthur yn fyw, teimlir fod cyduawsedd ysbryd yr Atbro yn sicr o gyfieithu yn ymarferol, bob peth goren a dyrchafol yn nefion a delfrydau y Genedl Gymreig, Croesawid ef yn llawen ar ei ymweliad cyntaf a Rhymni, ac yn y rhagolwg ar ei ddyfodiad i'r air. Pwysleisiodd, befyd, y priodoldeb o gael pob Capel ac Eglwys Gymreig yn y cylch i fabwysiadu rhyw gynllun i feithrin y duedd at ddysgu Cymraeg, yn arbennig yn y plant, a mawr hyderai fod Cymdeithas y Cymrodorion yn cynyrohn gweithwyr fydd yn barod i aberthu er gwneyd typyn o waitb, yn ymarferol Oaed dau ddatganiad gwefreiddiol yn ystod y cyfarfud gan Miss Ceridwen Price a Mr W James Davies—y ddau wedi cipio'r llawryf yn yr Eisteddfod Genedlaethol- Dewi Carno yn Cyfeilio. Rhoed ffurf a'r ddiolch cynnes y cyfarfod i Syr Edward, gan y Parch. D R Beynon, Pontlottyn, 800 eiliwjd gan Mr J Edwards, Y.H., C.S, ac attegwyd yn frwd gan y dorf. Wedi i'r Athro gydnabod a ohynyg diolch cywir i'r Llywydd, yr byn a dderbyniwyd yn selog, diolchwyd i bawb fu 'n cynorthwyo wneyd y gyfres ddarlithiau yn llwyddiant, a therfynwyd mewn hwyl nodedig gyda'r Anthem Genedlaethol.
I EASTERTIDE EXCURSIONS BY THE L. & N.W. RAILWAY. As is customary the London and North- Western Railway Company have provided and excellent bill of fare for the first holidays of the year, which is of special advantage to residents along the route of the Rhymney Railway and the Merthyr and Tredegar districts. As will be seen by an advertisement in another column, the list of special trains and reduced fares will commence on Thursday next to the North. thus enabling people to spend Good Friday with their friends at Durham, Newcastle- on-Tyne, London, Birminghan, the Mid- lands, Blackpool, and other places. There will also be special day express trains on Easter Monday to a large number of places, including the beauty spots in North Wales. An interesting booklet can be obtained on calling at the R.R. stations and asking for the L. and N.W. Excursion Lists, or a copy maybe obtained on writing to Mr. J. A. Findlay, the district superin- tendent, Abergavenny.—See Advt.
M C. & KUMEY'S OUCINAlTHRI WidowWdch?Fem?PtM? ggPJ«A»« nu aMe 1,,r n« «n|r Q«nuiu OERTiriCATK «f MCRIT at ihm TaamaaUa N' rmmmlm ?'S.. ?-L?" ??ySt Cbtmittt. er P..t (m, 1/1 ;wd ViVft?t ???Mt BATNERME XMM?Y WT. ?, ￼ ￼ ?tt?j? ?' TthrtM !«.t.?«<?.)C mm SOCIETY FOR THE ABOLITION M OF VIVISECTION. The Society offers to send a popular speaker free of charge to Literary Societies, League Meetings, etc. With regard to the Lecturer, the secretary of a Jarga Brotherhood said "Mr. Reed did us very good service, and the men were delighted with his earnestness and ability." 22 Northumberland Avenue, London, w.c. ■ ""l ii. w.aiu^