Don't Forget That hv far the l>nrest Selection of, FURNITURE I ti the i) r i n e i ptt I í t Y is held by BEVAN k GOMPY. xVAM&uuM?. 6?cUAM t ?NY EVAN &c PGEST, ii ￼ ?A AND THE ^Q ^'f ^^»FSRNSiers W/fES 'Its "fheir nnmerot18 Branches are crammed with everything required for COMPLE fE FURNISHING. All GooJs W.iir nted, and Sold at the Lowest p 88ibiu Margin of Profit, and Delivery is Free up to 200 Miles of any Branch Wficn 8m smid "YES" J N[b_ The iiext question yon should tisk is, My Dear, from what Firm wotild yon wish our Home to be Furnished ? Her answer would, of course, be as follows: By the same Firm as supplied Mother with her ex- cellent Goods, the well-known, old- established Firm, T I I j I ¡¡I j 1 i ¡ 1 j, LIMITED, Wales' Largest Furnishers Known far and wide and Registered as The Cardiff Furnish rs," Near Empire and 97, St. Mary Street, CARDIFF, 1 Also Swansea, Newport, Pontypool, Pontypridd, and Llanelly. I DIAMONDS «Zjemism Htvin?'usownhu?efactMyandcx.?? ￼ t?? <\ L ??<?????*?? ????????!??? pncesiatscmndinvestnteot.Sff?? ￼ -?? ￼ ?? /??/ K"i.gdom. A ptircha, at to-day*s ￼ ￼ on* r(*es is a:otitlditivestilm t. Set- i Gold Brooch. the mapuficent display ???2????????? ???// mond S. Pearls an4 lo, ￼ Pi d & 3 Dia- 7\1 1 ry??Mt-??E?n ?B?? ?TRM ??M?< t ??' H.SAMUEL T?La?? f6????????/ and TIIAL *'• ijfyr y>-»TEflL ST.9 ￼ to 8&11 write to- n 0 n d A. :??X WO It: ?"y ?'? y ".? Diamonds. V y'?"??????: ? M ??? M, M & Mt. )MHMM X?T. j » SS3g«' Diamoti d —J t?%??.-t ??????'??F??-?????? ?".?P?-&V Ms??t.?.m???. ??M'? o ??—???? r M??y??M??? IF YOU WANT TO Furnish or re-Furnish Wisaly and Well, 1°. cannot do better than pay no a vialt. Most of zay Goode are made in my own Workakopa. I bava been Bw- tabliakad in this Vallay over Half-a-Oaatary. Re-upholstering, Bo-polinking and Repairs daaa oaly by Nt- perienoad Worksn- No Shoddy Work dona.- KiTftNATIH FREE FOR ALL, WOKK Special Show of Kitchen DrMiers, Bedroom Suites, Bedroom & Ware of every description. Motor OyelM, Oyeles, and all ..o.ri. Venetian Blinds a Speciality. Buy with a Firm with a HaJf a-CJonUry'a Baynlatiaa. ISRAEL FINE, Lawn Terraoe, Rhymney. FOR SALE by Private Tender, a FREE- HOLD HOUSE, in Good Condition, known as 30, Greenfield Stseet, Pontlottyn. Tenders to be in by Deeember 3ht, 1918. -M. A. Davies, 33, High Street, Neyland, Pem. 18640 BAROOEO AND QILFACH, GLAM. Messrs PHILLIPS & JONES. A.A.I., HAVE been favoured with instruction* to offer for SALE BY PUBLIC AUCTION at the JUNCTION HOTEL, BARGOED, on WEDNESDAY, DECEM- BER 18th, 1918, at i-30 o'clock in the evening, subject to such Cenditions of Sale as shall be read at the Sale, the following very Valuable FREEHOLD AND LEASEHOLD P KOPERTIES, VIZ.— LOT I-No.79, Park Place, Gilfach, Bargoed. LOT -No. 5G, Usk Street, Bargoed. Lo r 3—No. 31, John Street. Bargoed. LoT 4-No. 36, John Street, Bargoed. LOT i-No.4, Park Road, Bargoed. LOT 6—No?. 50, 51, 52 and 68, North Street, Bargoed. LOT 7-No. 38, North Street. Bargoed. LoT 8—No. 19, Railway Terrace, Gilfacb, Bargoed. For further Particulars apply to the Auctioneers, 15, High Street, Bargoed, or as to Lot 7, to Messrs. CARTER, HARRISON, & ARM. STRONG, Solicitors, 39, Great James 8treet, London, W.C., and aa to all the other Lots to Messrs. SPICKETT 4: SONS, Solicitors, High Street, Bargoed. FOR PRIMTIMO GO TO Guardian' Offices, RHYHMEY. I ￼ HAYM^s S Ht BALSAM I S D?L?MtM!! Bt ? BESWCH ac AN"r\D H A whrisiadwy gyda ;btia-it. GAN O FERYLLWYR A OTTOSTRS ^RF (
RHYMNEY. MUSICAL SUCCESSES.—We are glad to learn of the success of the following pupils of Miss Olwen Davies, teacher of musio, in passing success- fully the examination in connection with the Trinity College of Music, London. Junior Division Passed, Mary Hannah Williams (Princetown) and May Davies, Rhymney. Pre- paratory Division Honours, May Rosser, Rhymney. e • » CHRISTIAN A.We take the op- portunity of reminding our readers and the public generally of the grand performance of the sacred cantata Christiana," to be given on Wednes- day evening next by the Victoria Road Choir (conductor Mr Richard Rees) Msisted by well-known artistes and the Gwent Orchestral Society, at Brynhyfryd Chapel. A musical treat is assured all. e • e CONCERT.—The series of Sunday concerts arranged in aid of the War Relief Fund were continued on Sun- day evening when a crowded audience assembled at the Victoria Hall. A splendid programme was provided by! the celebrated Rhymney Ladies' Choir (National Eisteddfod winners) under the efficient direction of Miss Mary Richards, U.C.W. A number of excellent gold's were also contri- buted by the members of the choir. e e e A famous Vir- ginia Minstrel Troupe, whose efforts on behalf of local charities have re- sulted in raising a substantialaum, will give another grand entertainment at the Workmen's Hall, Abertysswg, on Thursday next, when a musical programme will be provided. Don't forget this event, and assist a deserv- ing object, viz., the local Reception Fund for the Abertysswg Boys. • • e e CONCERTS. -On Wednesday and Friday evenings, two most successful concerts were given at the Victoria Hall by the noted Rhymney Male Voice Choir, under the efficient leadership of IMr'Abel E. Jones, A.C., Messrs Luke Cole and J. W. Price were the respective chairmen. The choristers, who were assisted by popu- lar artistes, rendered a number of choruses with masterly effect, and won repeated encores. The proceeds of the concerts were in, aid of the Rhymney Cottage Hospital. ♦ • e OBITUARY.—-Wft-flauch regret hav- ing to refer to the death of Mr Dd. Davies, son of the lalfc Mr Dd. Davies, Queen's-crescent, which sad event took place on Wednesday in last week, after a trying illness. Mr Davies, who was of a quiet disposi- tion and greatly beloved, had been engaged for some time at the Draw- ing Office of the Rhymney Iron Company. He was a aealoui mem. bar of Zion Welsh Congregational Chapel, secretary of the Penny Bank, and a useful worker in connection with other institutions in the church. Deceased also took a deep interest in music and was a member of the Rhymney Male Voice Choir. A pathetic incident in connection with his demise is the fact that just a week previous his father passed away. Widespread sympathy is expressed with the relatives in their heavy trial. The funeral took place on Saturday afternoon amid every signs of sorrow, the Rev. B. E Peregrine, B.D. (Zion) officiating. FOOD CONNWL.-A meeting of the local Food Control Committee was held on Monday evening at the Council Chambers, Mr R. Ruther- ford, J.P., presiding. The Clerk re- ported that in secordance with the resolution passed at the previous meeting he had written to the Assist- ant Divisional Commissioner, con- veying the committee's observations in the case of alleged breach of the Canned Condensed Milk (Retail Prices) Order, 1918, which case was reported by one of the Divisional In- spectors on Nov. 19th. A reply was reoeived from Mr Ivor Parry (assist- ant commissioner), in which he described the case as one of profiteer- ing by charging an excessive price, and he was of the opinion that a prosecution should certainly be insti. tuted by the committee.—After some discussion, Mr John Evans, C.C., moved that in the opinion of the committee justice in the case would be met by a warning.-This was seconded by Mr D. T. Williams, and unanimously adopted.
I THE FOOD CONTBOLLEB. LOCAL TRIBUTE TO MR CLYNES. The retirement of Mr J R. Clynea as Food Controller, the duties of which he has discharged with conspicuous success, ia keenly regretted throughout the country. At a meeting of the Rhymney Fo)d Centrol Committee on Monday even- ing. Mr R Rutherford, J. P., presiding, a circular letter directed to the chairman of the committee WltR read, in which Mr Clynes stated —" I desire first to pay my tribute to the spiiit and fortitude shown by our people at home during the past four years. Upon that steady temper the mag- nificent exertions of our Army and Navy, from tbè battles of '1914 to the collapse of the enemy powers this autumn, in no small measnre depended. Few things contribu. ted more to its maintenance than the organisation of our food supply which Lord Rhondda so notably developed. Now that fighting has ceased, everyone hopes that food restrictions will be relaxed. I share that Dopé, and I am confident that my succetisor, whoever he be, will not maintain the present restrictions for a day longer thdn the public interest demands. But this is not a moment to take any risks with the people's food and it is my duty to re- mind you that the world's foJd supply must still for a time give ground for anxiet y. In the large territories of Europe there is danger of famine this winter." Mr Clyne* further stated that in addition to I those already rrmoved, further restrictions may be abolished, but pointed out the I necessity for continuing the main safe- guards during the winter and spring. He warns the public against the impression that safeguards are no longer necessary. The Caairman said it was rather un- for' uuate that Mr Clynes would not be the Fc od Controller in future. Theretiremert of a gentleman with such experience would be a great loss to the whole country.—Mr W. Griffiths concurred and added that Mr Clynes bad filled a most difficult position with great tact and ability. He thought it was only fitting that, as a committee, they should place on record their warm appreciation of the valuable services rendered to the nation by the Food Con- troller during a most critical period, and its keen regret at the retirement of Mr Clynes from that important office He moved a resolution to this effect.—Mr John Evona, C.C., seconded the motion which was heartily adopted.
I MR ALFRED ONIONS THE LABOUR NOMINEE. I A BUSY WEEK. Mr Alfred Onions, the respected nominee of the Labour Party for Caer. philly Division, halJ crowded into the past week a number of meetings than it was thought possible he could carry out having regard to his recent illness. With each succeeding meeting Mr Onions showed improvement not only i i the intellectual addreaaee which ha delivered in the easo of democracy, but in his physical strength and power of endurance, it is therefore very gratifying to find this improve- ment. Mm Onions, who accompanied the candidate, also looked exceeding- I ly well. Last week we gave fall details of the Labour programme as outlined by Mr Onions, and below we give some tit-bits of the eleetion. The Right Hon. Wm. Brace was aooorded a thumping reception at the Workmen's Institute, Bargoed, en Tuesday evening, when he addressed a large gathering in support of Mr Alfred Onions. Mr Vernon Hartshorn, the 1111.- < opposed Laboar nominee for the I' Ogmore and Garw Division, addressed a large meeting at the Workmen's Institute on Monday, in support of the candidature of Mr Alfred Onions. I Amongat the speakers was Lient. A. I Davies, of Tredegar. ¡ At a meeting of the Irisb electors I of Bargoed and Aberbargoed on Wedresday night an unanimous vote I was adopted in favour of Mr Alfred ￼ Onions and Mr Chas. Ed wards, the Labour nominees. <
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