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I JAM PRICES EXCEEDED AT ABERTYSSWO. The other (-gfes of alleged breaches of the Food Control Order rei> <rted to the Rbyr nay Committee* by the ) Divisional In p'<ctor rero '• &Fr B. L,lviro, Wt igh Marker, Aberty swg, viz (1) charging Id, in exe-e-8 cf the scheduled price for a pot of jam (2) failing to bare the prices ot jam ex- hibited at his shop; and (3) for not having the price list exhibited for bacon, ham, and lard. These charges were also the outcome of the viait of the Divisional Inspector on the 19th November, as the result of a complaint made to the Ministry of Food by Mrs A. Wilkinson, 64, Charles-street, Abertysswg. On the date of his visit, the Inspector stated he was handed a bill and a jam pot, which Mrs Wilkinson stated she had pur- chased at Mr Levine's shop on Oct. 5th. The woman farther stated that she had had no jam from anywhere 8inee she left Rhymney on the 27th April last. The Inspector subse- quently saw Barnard Levine aDd his I son, knd tendering the bill, he usked ) who had written it, when Harks I Lfvirse said That is my wr¡,1t Producing the jim pot, the. Insi otor J- d over tbt .7t-)n- sain, k* You charged ld. over thi cod- tiv:!}- d f .)r tliia jm." Bot' men rocivni, We had no jam of tha tind i on uat date. He (the inspector) th,m dea-^xidf i their jam invoice and found thst on the ROth Angnst, 1918, tha Hereford* lire Frnit Co., Hereford, had delivered to them 12 dozer: 2 lb. pots of rvjspbt rry aDd apple jam, and DO Of her hraDh Barnard Levins r,hen said, Ie This m%y be the pot of jam my bov served her with." Mrs W !kin- son," added the Inspector, ifo pre- pared to give evidence. I was o^ tred la pot of raaraaalade at the contj c-lied price by'Barnard Levine, bat he had ho notice posted in a conspicuous, positiea shewing the maximum prices of jam and the control price of seUisg. 111 ?r vine .110 sold bawn dazM? ow =1?l .,PAs present in his sha? but he was not exhibiting a prescribed copy of the maximum retail prioes under the Baoon, Ham, alld Lard j(Prices) Order, 1918." The Chairman commented upon the paragraph in whiehMra Wilkinson had stated that she had bought no jam since she left Rhymney, ouly at iLeriue's,—Tho Executive Officer pointed out that there was nothing to prevent her getting jam elsewhere. iThis particular person, proceeded Mr jMorgaft, had, during the period when transfers from one tradesman to j another were being sanctioned, applied ito him to allow her to transfer from Pegler's Stores to Mr Levine's, which application he granted. Within a few j weeks she approached him again, ask- I ing to be transferred back to Pegler's. 1 However, he refused to sanction it. Mr D. T. Williams (vice-chairman) submitted that it was a very flimsy ease. The only evidence they had was an empty jam pot.-—Mr E. J. Edwards: And it was purchased nearly two months agor-Mr Griffiths said that from the facts revealed it wbnld appear that the woman had a grievance against this particular tradesman.-The Chairman (Mr R. Rutherford) paid if he were sitting on the Bench when such a ease was beiDg adjudicated, he should regard that person as a discreditable witness. The faeta should be communicated to the authorities that this woman had made allegations which she was un-I able Ito subs IIL-antiate.-After further discussion, the Clerk was instructed to reply on the above lines to the Commissioner.
I: CAPTAtfq W. H. WILLIAMS AT BLACKWOOD. Enthusiastic meeting. in support of the oihdidattite of the Coalition Candidate, Capfc. W. Heary Williams, were held on Monday evening at Cross Keys aad Riaca, where a num- ber of eloquont addresses were de- livered by the Candidate and others. On Wednesday evening a crowded treating 'was held at the C >tinoil i H-ll, Biadkwx)d, Sergeant Mi ^hell, D C.M., presiding. Speeches were r diivrid by Captain William; (the I candidate), Sergeant Mitchell. Mr | Cidrijtopher I'oud, J P., Rev. I ifcher Evaus, aud o hora.—At the alose, a reaolutidu wis passed, by a 8. Iantiarmajority, pledging those pre- sent to use every endeavour to secure the return 6f Cfcptain Williams at tII. poll ob the Hth lost. -1.
￼ If JO wMt P&tKTIKG done 0b"Lee,P-l' p C" -? jMM?t??t?? 'i -M-' ? ?&L?'-<?. ￼ ￼ _s. ;0: :«: ¡: :¡; '}: :'('I ¡ w! y ??M ?????? ??? ????? ??? ??? Nttt B X ￼ 8 rea, V letory s-a- ie I Commencing 30th Nov., I C o e c 1g 30t Nov, F T t E8 h' t D 'i¡! ?For Twe ty- ig h t Day ￼ I I WORTH OF HIGH GRADE x jPURNITlIREli *j y CARPE TS, LINOS, RUGS, CHlNA, &c, &c., at a DISCOUNT f I of from 10o/o to 200/0, and In-1 I eluding a WIDE RANGE ofl ARTISTIC USEFUL and I N E X PENS I V E I ICHRISTMAS GIFTS I ? 3 i The greatest opportunity for money I i saying since that fatefiil day in 1914 1 f I This Christmas will be VICTORY" ) I CHRISTMAS, it will be the greatest i 1 Grift giving Christmas that ever was. I, Your chanep, for Bargains is HERE 1;1 and Now. 1 I Everything offered is part of our regular stock I THE PONTYPRIDD ^FURNISHING CO., BARGOED. t a The Firm that Pats the Gain into Bargain. 1 tir'tl MTIill *r<l It-" "a