LUtiKY 7777Z?? THE DAY OF PERFECT HAPP!MESS ?? ?'???.? j J???// ?? ?? ='??? ?''if' ? ? should be crowned by the thought that the tyr'bct of vonr wedding joy is K???, ? ? ? ?''? ? '? ? ?< ? ? ? a ?' ? ? '< ?' .-???? the most pertectth&t money am bay. H.Sa?jeI'x'I?cky" Wedding LatMtfaab.cnab). ?'?< ??????? ???V/?? ?.S?4.?? ?M.???? R?gs!U?peftect.—pefiect in thetf golden puhn. per fect for scerlmg value, CcnrtttyiesiBHa?- ??' .??% \? ? ??"' 8 perfect for a lifetime's wear. H. Samriet prese,its to \????g t.? ? ? ? P??t for ? iifcttme's w?r. H. Samuel prese ? to every purchaser of ? ?? ???' ???? ? qq WEDDING R!NG ? 5/- f ￼ 10,15 WEDD!NG G!FT FREE. "r? tO/a SjM??? ? ?1??? ??? Mmoney-s&vinpnext ?''? handsome ?? '???S%?? Anenormou? s UWJCEDttBttstMME ? PBRBECSCECKMTTS C 10 F? L y? ????? ????/?j/ ???-?:I? sAen leectnioo-n mouosf WEDDING PRESENTS to Factory Price&Private selecc,'?ig ??SS? S?AaMMUtNEM L i72.C<HnmMci?8tFMt.2S,23& ?om. ?? "—\r??S? ? ? '??? ?- ,???- ? SPECIAL ? v f' Wedding Ring and Keepe 12/6 the IWO V eOVEMtMEttrWMLPUMHASE.m Off!c:a! Price List for Area No. 5, Which ccmprist'a the Counties of- WARWICKSHIRE, Æ;; f; OXFORDSHIRE, WORCESTERSHIRE, GLOUCESTERSHIRE, HEREFORDSHIRE, MONMOUTHSHIRE. FOR WELL WASHED LIGHT CONDITIONED WOOL. Maximum Claes of Wool. Prices for 1917. Well Bred Shrops Peat 211 Half Bred and Oxfords. Fine 20-1 Deep 19t Downtt Cotory Ligbt 2 1 -,v Sonthdowna 221 Cotswold Hogs and Wethers 17l C!ucs and Kerries (free fromkemp) Best 20i Kempy 161 Cheviots and Radnors Best I81 Kempy 16l Wetsh Fine 15£ Low 14t Scotch Washed 133 Massama Fine 15? Deep 14 Border Loiceaters Cross. Fine 19 Deep 161 KentsWe!! Washed Fine 20i2 Strong 18t Shrop Lambs Waahed 18 Greasy 141- Oxford Lambs 14i G W Maximcm Greasy Wool. Prices. Light GrcMy Downs—Ordinary 15 „ Best 16 Shrops 15 Oxfords 14i Cotswolds, Strong Kents 1 ?? Border Leicestera ]4- „ BcatMasoams Heavy and Low Lots proportionately less according- to the Valuation of the Authorised Merchants. Prices of Intermediate Wools will be nxed by Valuation of Authorised Merchants, based or .tbovo Prices. WAsty and Inferior for all qualities proportioa&teiy lesa. "4 DRAFTS. Ub. per cwt. on the gross weight. ALLOW-k-,iCE-One qoarter deduction from Biacka, Greys, GreMY ? Crosses, Welsh, Sc )tcb and Keoopy, &c., unless bought at list price. 1/6 per Fkece deduction for Cotts (except where boaght at Inferior Price). Any Farmer who has not yet received a Census Form for his 1917 Clip ahould apply at once'to MR. K. P. ELLIS. District Executive Omoer, Weo! Purchase Omoe. 7, College Yard, Worcester. IF YOU WANT TO Furnish or re-Furnish ? Wiaely and WeH, you cannot do better than pay me a vieit. Most of my Goods are made in my own Workshops. I have been Es- tablished in this Valley over Half-a-Oentury Re-upholstering, Re-polishing and Repairs done only by Ex- perienced Workmen. No Shoddy Work done. í ESTIMATES FREE FOR AH WORK Special Show of Kitchen Dressers, Bedroom I Suites, Bedroom & Ware of every description. Motor Cycles, Cycles, and all Accessories. Venetian Blinds a Speciality. ¡ ——————— Buy with a Firm with a Half-a-Oentury's Reputation. ISRAEL FINE, ? L&wn Terrace, Rhymney, and ¡ Commercial Street, New Tredegar. < T!T-B!TS Thw cheeriest Mtd h<Mt paper to <end t< your boy at tht Front. K«pMa* Mwwy M<t Bright. T ?W?Shops seUing ,A.FO4,OTWEAR Tr&veUerB being called to the Army and circulation of Price Liata officially prohibited, we invite all Boot Retailers to aend <M a line saying ctaes required <br cornice xeason'a trade, when partioulara or aamplex of 'in wtock' ? tinM will at once be submitted. ?? E. C. MIDGLEY & SONISS LEEDS ?? ?0 YO?WANT PORTERS taadvcrtiM your businest? Ji ) ?f xo. write for a*tnple9 and puces.—Sta.S'ord and Co.. LM.,Ncthe:Md. Notta. t)OIJLER SKATES.—Wanted, to buy quantity for ?? ra?h.—Jfcot't, 8-1, HMknpy Road. J?ndon. E. 2. ?T?ASTE PAPER—Old Booka. Mtg?zmes, Ne-?a- \t papers purchated in any quantity. lOe. 6d. per cwt. Cost of Gtrri.fe refunded Prompt cash by return po4. E?n't bv Goods Trfun to Messrs. GRIFFITHS, 34, Mftiden L<tne, STRAND. LONDON. SKIN SUFFERERS! T t0 ?OT GIVE UP HOPE OF A CURB UNTIL you J h&re tried the hundred-yetr old remedy, BANEX I 0 MON, a certain Cure for E<zdnlt, Ringworm. Itch, Had Leg*. Ac. BueceeaM after tIIeIsf !Hle failed. ffMti- WIll not solllwOQ and no diMpree&M* o<MBr. Price 2/6 per bottle, poet free, from BANEX LOTION COMPANY. GLESSIDI, POLKHATf, PAIGNTON, 8. DJSVON NATIONAL SERVICE.—Health PreeerYa- tion is essential for all workera. The germs of disease are carried by meecte—Beetles, I Bugs, Fl<;aa, Flies, Body Vermin, ALL are dLscaae carriers. Thereiore. EULtL them- with Keating's rowder. Sold eTerywhere, 3d.. 6d.. la. British Made. TTTA8TN PAPER, )!oo?s. ?'e-rsfiippM, T.ef'!?cra, Ae. fY Any q?Matity boupht. c.i-.h oa dciivery. carrittge torwfttd.—lOl, Gray't inn R td. Londnn, W.C. 1. TTT'ANTED.Blue, Ru'r, Oreen and Amber VMe- &c.: W )tlM white and <'o?n td gttsa Cornneopifte on ttM-bl* ba"C-T&yl or, Ncwman Street, London. t? ft f ?t f ? <? ? ??y eimple French ttLit?Mt'?? remedy which hM DEAFNESS rEeemrmeday nently cured Mth'tf tW?WW hundred* of Bufferer* explained FREE. Writt "QRLENE" Co.. Witling Street. Dartford Kent, DAHMOCTU ? l>JBT.HlCT.-List of FumiahedH01JRe -J'1Jhcati"u to E. Surveyor, (,)/_ M(?NTHLY.—CoaturaeB, ?uite. Ra.inK?te.. Chtl- ,¡- 9rns' Cj,)tlin?, F''i)hvear, Householù Liiien, I Ih<t;)<'ry, &c. Eaay ferm?. lUua. Cat. ftfe.—Castle 8t)''p]y Co.. Norwich. VEW POTATOES DIRECT FROM JER8EY TO YOU. I Cheapest anywhere, from mid June to July. cad !?' P.O, for bigeat quantity at current lri" n-;RROM. YORK STREET. JER?E?. ? HAIR COMBINGS BOUGHT From 4d. per ounce, by J. P. Ray. Ltd., 24, Kilbum Priory, London, N.W. Food Production. Sow now. Climbing White Halicot Beane. Ju4 arrived from Prance by spt-c tl permit. Half pint J/C. pint 2/R, p a', free. Grown the same M Scarlet Runners, height Mt, and can be used in) a green Vegetable, or flowed to ripen for Winter use and can only be isupplieo, by S. BIDE & SONS, Ltd., Seedstnen, Farnham, SURREY. WtLD POOOS OF GREAT BR!TAW: Where to Find Them and How to Cook Ther" By 1.. ('. R. CAMERON. 4engt. (21 eo!oured). P,)Pt fre<. )". IIÙ. Describea over 2fi0 edible products, anir.ml ¡,¡¡d \gdahJe, eMIlY with and (fi) for MM'h. Nearly every product dealt with M htbituttUy eaten, or other in the country. GEORGE ROUTLEDGE & SONS, Ltd. 70, Carter Lane, E.C. 4. Preserve your FURS. Thia year especially. When you put your FURS, Blankets, and "Winter Things" away, see that they are dry, and well sprinkle them with "Keae- Keating's KILLS Moth and wiU not injure the most delicate fabric. Dirc-ctioM with every tin. Sold everywhere, 3d., 6d., and Ie. But, be sure you get "Keatiug 1 a .11 TUBES TUBZa t TUBM New. A:! eiz' A i. Stocktaking Pricea. 26 by 2, 3/ 26 by ?, ? by2t. 4/3 650 by 65, 6/ 700 by 65, 6,2 750 by (; u 4 THE DIRECT SUPPLY CO, 15, KELVIN PROVE, CHEETRAM, MAK CHEST ER. SOLDIERS AND WAR WORK EH- Health preaerratioa M of National Import- ance. At the Front, in the workshop, io the Home. Ineects carry 'disease. KILLS ALL. insects—Bugs, Fleas, Beetles, and all Body Vermin. Not one liws after proper contact with Beating's Powder. Tina 3d., 6d., and Ie. SEND HIM A TIX EVERY WEEK. NATIONAL DUTy. KILL Be,tlc-s. Yh<: aa!.e your food and carry disease. Ki,, hem—uHd do it with Keating'a. It ir. ? t''AC'T that EVERY Beetle coming int. proper contact iv,th "Keating's" diee. S'L vprvwhere, 3d., CJ., Ig. SEND YOUR ,QLDl BOY A TIN. ('l'IO. CONTRACTS FOR SUPPLIES. 'I-'E¡'; DERS are invired for the SUPPLY of the foDcwing Articles to the Workhouse at Tredqpr, and to thc- Children's Homs at Tredegar, H!ac!;wood and Ebbw Va!e -— FOR THREE FROM THE 1st JULY. HH7., Milk, Bt,ef, Mutton, Fish, Fh.ur a.nd Mealg, Groceries, Jam, CbeesemoBg''ry, Tobacco and Snuff,flcuse and Engine Coal, Drugs and Snrgk.al Bread for Black wood aud Kbbw Va!e Homes. Also Beef arid Mutton for the Outdoor Poor upon the order of tie Relieving Officer for the Tredegar Distriet.1 I Grocertbs, Meat, Fish, Poultry, and Fruit for the Officers of the several instt- tutions. Boo)a find ShOèS, Leather and Grindery, Clothing. Drape'y. Haberdashery, Hosiery, Ironmongery and Cutlery. Oils and Brushes, and Male OiEcers' Uniforms. For the Conduct of Funerais of poor Persons dying in the Workhouse and in each Parish in the Union. For Chimney Sweeping at the several I Children's Homes. Tenders must include Free Delivery of the several articles at the Workhouse, Cottage Homes, or Scattered Homes. Forms of Tender may be obtained at my Office at the Workhouse, Tredegar, where seated and endorsed Tenders must be de. tivered before 10 a.m. on Tuesday, the 19th June,19] 7. No Tender will be considered unless made upon the prescribed form, or unless delivered at my Office by the time stated. The Guardians do not bind themselves to accept the lowest or any Tender, and re- serve to themselves the power to accept any part of a tender. By Order, WILLIAM HALL, Acting Clerk to the Guardians. Union Ooices, Tredegar, 7th June, 1917. The Free Churches of New tredegar and District. A GRAND EISTEDDFOD Under the auspices of the above, on Saturday, July 21,1917. Attractive Competitions And Substantial Prizes Proceeds in Aid of the New Tredegar and District Relief Foads. Programmes, Id each by Post, lid., may be had from the Secretaries— Mr. OWEN JONES, 59, Duffryn Terrace, New Tredegar, Mr. GWILYM DAVIE8. 54, Derlwyn Street, New Tredegar. TI EARSE, Light. Glass Sides; equal JLJL New Low Price, Cash or Terms.- Marston, 24.. Bradford St., Birmingham. WOMAN'S UNFAILING FRIEND. TOWLE'8 PfLLS Immediately you nohce any irregularity of the system, take Towle's Pills. They will quickly remove all suffering. Boxes 1/3 and 3; of all Cbemista, or sent anywhere on receipt of P.O., by E. T. TOWLE & Co., Ltd., tt. Long Row, NOTTINGHAM. Jritc /0r Booklet co)ttctiniiig M:OS< tMt.'ft!MaM ma1'red women. Fost /ree.
RHYMNEY. f HELD OvER.—We regret having to hold over a Dumber of items of news, inctuding several important matters dealt with at the monthly meeting of the Urban District Council, which items will appear next week. < < MissiNG.—It has been oSoiaHy re- ported that Private Emrys J. Roberts (13,708), No. 13 Platoon, D' Com- pany 6th Bun's, British Expeditionary Force, is missing aince May 3rd. Pri- vate Roberts was, prior to joining up, a clerk Rf Lioyda Bank, and is weU. known In the town. < < ALLOTMENTS.—At a meeting of the Urban Council on Wednesday, the Surveyor, in repty to- a deputation, said that the fencing of the A!iot- menta in the Lower Ward woald be proceeded with immediately. It was decided to ask the police to safeguard the ground against treapassere. CONGRATULATIONS.—.At a meeting of .&t a meet i tig of the Urban District Cooncil on Wed. aesday evcuing. upon the motion of t! e Cbairfu&n (Mr D. Jsump. J.P.) a v'te of oougratutttHon WM unam- moualy passed with County CoaaciHor J"hn Edwards, J.P, on his elevation to the AIdermanic Bench. He incid- el "-al',y i-ewatk,:d Utat the qUJRtion of M !iug the vacancy thus creatt'd would "(,rm the ta bject of fartLer cou- !s Her&tion. SCHOOL ANNIVERSARY.—The Sun- dn,y-school in connection with Beulab English Baptist Church will celebrate its anniversary on Sunday next. As usual, an interesting programme of, solos, recitations, etc., will be gone through by the scholars, and appro- priate music by the choir. Services at 11 a.m. 2.30 and 6pm. A heart' y invitation to all. w <t A SERVICEABLE GiFr.—We under- stand 'that the Victoria road Pres- byterian Church, of which the Rev. W. Hugh Cooper, Abertysswg, is the energetic pastor, has been presented with an individual Communion Ser- vice by Mrs J. J. Evans (Price-street) in memory of her father, the late Mr Daniel Davios, treasurer, and one' of the most active workers in the church. This useful gift will, we feel sure, be greatly appreciated by the active band of workers in connection with this place of worship. « < PENSIONS COMMITTEE.—it was re- ported at the meeting of the Urban District Council, held on Wednesday evening, that at the Finance Corn- mittee, the previous week, an urgent telephone message had been received by the Clerk from the County Pen- sions Committee, asking the council to at once appoint four members to serve on the Rhymney Sub-Com- mittee. Upon the proposition of Mr D. T. Williams, seconded by Mr W. Griffiths, it was resolved that the following be noninated :—Messrs Thomas R. Jones, J.P., David James, J.P. W. C. Williams, and H. M. Thomas. SiNGiNG FESTIVAL.—On Thursday last the members of the choirs of the Welsh Baptist Churches held a! further cymanfa at Siloam, Tafarnau-' bach. There was a large gathering, and the proceedings ably presided over by the Rev. J. G. James, (pastor) were held in the open air. The choristers, under the emcient conduetorsbip of Mr Wi J. Jones, A.C. (Penuel) rendered very en'ectivelya number of the tunes and anthems from the programme of the recent successful festival held at Rhymney. Some of the renderings were quite inspiring. Capital solos were also given by Miss Beavan, (Siloam) and Mr James Evans, (Rbymney), and a recitation by one of the members at Siloam, Tafarnaubach. The Penuel orchestra also rendered excellent service. At the cloae, hearty thanks were accorded to all who had assisted in making the festival such a success. PRESENTATION.—On Friday even ing an interesting meeting was held, organised by the members of the Rhymnoy Rugby Football Club, the occasion being a presentation to Mr. J. Rocyn Jones, who bad been one of the most ardent supporters of the club, not only during the hey.day of its prosperity, but also during the period when this, in common with many other Rugby Clubs, p&ssed through a most trying ordeal, owing to a series of misfortunes. The chair was ably nlled by Mr T. D. Hancock, who, in referring to the object of the meeting, said, that whilst they all deeply regretted their old friend and fellow-townsman bad removed to HeTigoed, they felt that they could not let the occasion pass without showing their appreciation of the manifold services which MrJoneshad rendered in fostering the game in the town. Eulogistic speeches followed l by Mr A. E. Davies, manager M6yds Bank, Mr T.j:John and others, each I of whom spoke in high praise of the recipient, who bad proved a good sport" in the truest sense of the term. The presentation, which con- sisted of a nice leather hand-sewn suit case, was made by the chairman in an appropriate speech, and Mr Rocyn Jones suitably responded. The arrangements were einciently carried out by Mr Rees Jones, High- street. <: FuNERAL.—The funeral of the late Mrs Davies, the beloved wife of Mr Henry Davies, Carno-street, took place on Saturday afternoon. The deceased had been for years a faith- ful member of Zioc Congregational Church, the Sunday-school and choir, and the high respect in which she was held was strikingly demonstrated at the obsequies. A brief service was conducted rtt the house by the Rev. R. E. Peregrine, B.D., after which the cortege, which was of a very re- presentative character, wended its way to the Graig Burial Ground. At the graveside the Rev. R. E. Peregrine, B.D., delivered a very touching address, in the course of which he referred to the beautiful trait&in the character of the deceased. The deepest sympathy, he said, was extended to Mr Davies and the young children in their h,avy trial. A most impressive service closed with prayer by the Rev. Rbys Jenkins (Goshen), and the singing of a popular Welsh hymn. The mourners were :—Mr Henry Davies, Beatrice May and Jennie Davies (husband and daughters); Mr Edward J. Lewis and Miss M. J. Lewis (brother and sister) Mr &nd Mrs Tom Davies, Curdiff (brother-in- law and sister); Misses Maggie and BIodwen Davies, Cardiff (nieces); Mr John T. &nd Miss Annie R. Jones (uncle and cousin) Mr and Mrs John Jones tbrotber-in-bw and sister) Mr and Mrs Ted Morgan, Pontypridd (brother-in-law and sister); Mr and Mrs Robert Williams (brother-in-law and sister) Mr and Mrs James Da- vies, Treh arris (cousins) Mr and Mrs Tom Stephens, Treharris (cousins) Mr and Mrs Wm. Lewis, Trebarris (cousins) Mr James and MiHicent Davies (uncle :md niece) Messrs James and Robert Lewis (cousin) Mr Gnmtb Bevan (cousin); Mr and Mrs Wm. Price Owen (cousins) Mr Dd. I Peters (cousin); Miss MaMpn Jones (niece). There was a large number of beau- tiful wreaths and Horal tributes :— Husband, daughters and son Mrs. Jane Lewis (mother) and family Mr John T. Jones and family; Zion Sun- day School Classy Mr and Mrs A. F. Penfound Mr and Mrs E. R. Evans Rhymney Lodges of the Miners' Federation Rhytnney Glee Party. Mr D&vies has received a large number of letters;, of sympathy, for which be desires, through these col- ums, to return sincere thanks and also for the beautiful floral tributes sent.
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DEATH BY MtSADVENTURE ATRMYMNEY. At the Police Station, Rhymney, on Wednesday, Mr J. B. Walford the district coroner, held an inquest touching the death of Alfred J. Kiley, the sixteen months old child of Mr and Mrs Kiley, Queens Cresent, Rbymney, who was found dead in bed on Monday morning. The mother, Esther Florence Kiley, described the routine of the family life and the putting of the child to bed. Later, she went up stairs and found him lying with his face toward the mattress. She pulled the bed out kittle and the child fell to the ground. This frightened her and she ran for her father. She.wM now 22 years of age, and had been married four years. I Charles Death said his daughter called him upstairs at 9.30. The child was lying on the floor flat on its face. Life was extinct. Dr. H. Thomas, Rhymney, said be got to the bouse at 11.5 am. The child then appeared to have been dead three or four hours. He found no external marks of injury. He at- tributed death to heart failure, but he could not say whether this was due to auSbcation. The coroner having summed up the jury, returned a verdict of" DeMh by misadventure."
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