Don't Eorget That by far the Largest Selection of FURNITURE In the Principality is held by 3EVAN COMPY S? ￼ ￼ ￼ ?OMRANY a EVA. GE S T ARE THE t f'? ? .?S J a^JHE^ I]r AND*TH^ |" ￼ ?????K?RNfsh s B "7 rheir numerous Branches are crammed with everything required for COMPLETE FURNISHING. \11 Goods are Warranted, and Sold at thel Lowest possible Margin of Profit, and. Delivery is Free up to 200 Miles of any Branch. ,,1Ii'J «' | W/icn%/2?Aas 1 m ) MF?/??Qr ??2<??Qr? ???x<SM ? ??S? ￼ rhe next question I pou should ask is, kG My Dear, iroia what Firm would you Wish our Home to be Furnished ? Her answer would, of be as follows:i ]BY the same Firm as supplied Mother with her ex- cellent Goods, the well-known, old- established Firm, I: T I ¡! ¡. I I f I t I i J ¡ i I J i 1 f 1) LIMITED, Wales' Largest Furnishers Known far and wide and Registered as "The Cardiff Furnishers," I Near Empire and I 97. St. Mary Street, I CARDIFF, Also Swansea, Newport, Pontypool, Pontypridd, and Llauelly. V I ￼ m\\ pm'•X r CARRY GREENWICH FLU-10LtL iT 6R.Y;ile? had*'E ??'?* ￼ ￼ ??c?\ T..IAL g "? ￼ ￼ c ￼ E ￼ ￼ ￼ ￼ ￼ ￼ ? ON YOUR ?W?F<Rr%ta)!S??*T ?s* ?????.???\ ?..??? ￼ was RtwAV9,;?u h ,i p.? r ?? .?1?—?'?*?* '?'????Sm. Towetrtn H. Samuel watc h is like being in wireiess touch with Greenwich. V ou jff ???.?i? o\?. ? fooi timek ^epar It Ba '? L ￼ ?' ? !n' M -— have only to look ?t your wris? an d you need never be ?te f'?r ? theatre or |L|*7'I S P\ r.v/A § 2A yoqris 8 ???S)?_?**??t U'?in,nor w?stf )our time hy turning up too soon. Catim H. Samuels MVyS*fe,a|y^ » has Stcod 2A ye^rs B to-da? an d choose ior your?tf -rom the magnificent ispby. ?n????R?*<?-???? \%?? 8 0! !Act weSerWtCJt?n« B ?!?!?!?!M L. ? ? !ft m S?? A? Mtm?UNt nEM?ML M ?S?????????????tS?????- ??????'???j |Sf 3&3I M Ba I <* 3 g^k IWI Umm La gnaw griaes: Un- 1 S^™ Uti- LUMINOUS WRIST WA1CH. FOC"B ealy tile rest I >K J J CChe World 3 Largelt Jeweller. Shows the tim. instantly by night t wach h%w* ever fi ? or day. Fine jo welled movement. had. ffl ??b, ???T??.?-!???d D ? 172 Cemmercial Street, 22 2S & 26&. High St., NEWPORT. Car?Uy tuned and ??tec.? You?tr.y U "ikel ¡¡ve( ￼ a ?M??. -<i<et ?tivef c<te. ?K ? ?K?(S<nd.)R. W ??nde)'? JB '?MK???. /\Ir I H, 5.VEL. LTD upwards.) WIN T ER SALE! I JttD EDWARD, COMPTON HOUSE, RHY MNEY. SATURDAY NEXT, JAN UARY 18th, 1919, FOR 14 DAYS ONLY. There will be REDUCTIONS in Jackets and Mantles, Furs, Dress Materials, Hosiery, Underclothing, Quilts and Blankets, Overcoats, Rainproof Coats. Stocks of these Goods are Small, and they should be Secured Early IT YOU WANT TO Furnish or re-Furnish Wieely and Well, you cannot do better than pay me a visit. Moat of my Good. are made in my own Workshops. I have been Be- tabliahed in this Valley over Half-a-Oentury. Re- upholstering, Re-poliahilll and Repairs done only by Ki- perieneed Workmen- No Shoddy Work done- BflTlMATRfl FREE FOR ALL WORK Special Show of Kitchen Dreseers, Bedroom Suites, Bedroom 4c Ware of every description. Motor Cycles, Cycles, and all Accessories. Venetian Blinds a Speciality. 8111 with a Firm with a Half-a-Oatury's Reputation. ISRAEL FINE, Lawn Terrace. Rhymney. ImmM I BALSAM I tBit1!tHtn I *?"??**?'* Mm i KESWCHM ANW? D t? WELLHA MEM l'o-eii I 3 a 31- GAMO' .f, f?.?RYLLWYRA.GR.)S't ?M? ? MORRELL'S INKS. i SPKCLiL OFFER 10/6 worth for 3/6. As an AdiMtisement wt give with eub quart or 3/6 bottle ef MerreU's Blue Blaek Writing or Copying Ink, a 7a. Id. llet. Gold Nib Fountain Pan FREE. If a 8/6 bottle of one kind of ink i8 too much for your own use, we will aend in- stead THREE 1/2 bottles of assorted-on« is. bottle Writing Ink, one 1/2 bóttle Coping or Coloured Ink, and one 1/2 bottle of Gum or Office Paste. TO BE HAD OF ANY STATIONER. If unable to obtain locally, Mod Postal Order to Works-' 2. COOK 'S ROAD, BOW BR"" "iv STRATFORD, LONDON. E. FOR PHI\T1\«; GO TO THE Guardian' Offices" Rhytnneyr J RHYMNEY SCHOLARSHIP DISTRICT. NOfICE OF AUDIT. VIOTICE IS HEREBY GIVFN 1; that the DiHtrict Auditor for the Glamorganshire Audit District has appointed the Aodit of the Ac- counts of the Governor* of the above- iiprred Scholarship District and of their Officers, for the year ended March 31st, 1918, to commence on Thursday, the 13th of February, 1919, at 12 noon, at the To-?n Hall, Mar:, thyr Tydfil. AND NOTICE IS HEREBY FURTHER GIVEN that the said Accounts of the Governors duly made up and balanced, together with all Bookf, Accounts, and Documents re- lating thereto, will be deposited at the Council Offices, 61. High Street, Rhymney, Mon., and be open during offiee hours to the inspection of all persona interested for Seven Clear Days immediately before the audit. Dated this 24th day of January, 1919, W. LLOYD MARKS, Clerk to the Governors. PRICE.-Mr. and Mrs. T. Price and Family. 36, High Street, Rhymney, desire to thank all kind friends for sym- pathy in their recent bereavement, and tor the beautiful filial tributes.
RHYMNEY. SuccEjMMSs.—At the annual eis- teddfod at Tredegar on Wednesday, we are glad to announce that Mr T. J. Thomas, the promising tenor solo- ist, of Rhymney Bridge, carried off the open tenor solo, the test being, "If with all your Hearts," and he was also successful in the novice tenor solo. Mr Thomas is to be com- plimented upon his double success. APPOINTMENT.—At the annual con- ference of the South Wales Division of the National Association of Dis- charged Sailors and Soldiers, held at Swansea last wbek Mr Tom E. Thomas, Upper High-street, was appointed financial secretary. The appointment is a fitting one. Mr Thomas, who went through most of the heavy fighting on the Western front, is the local secretary for the organisation, and has done excellent work in extending the operations of the movement in the district. < A WAR MEMORIAL.—We wish to remind our readers and the public generally of the important meeting to be held at St. David's Parish Hall on Wednesday next, at 6 p.m., for the purpose of discussing the provision of a permanent War Memorial to the brave men from the Rhymney Coun- cil area who have fallen in the war. In view of what is being done in other towns, it is to be hoped that some tangible movement will be initiated, worthy of those heroes and the dis- trict generally. WELCOME HOME SPORTS.-Balance Sheet of the Sports and Carnival, held on August 31st last, in aid of the Welcome Home Fund, has been, issued by the Secretary (Mr Charles F. Richards), and the result of the event is highly satisfactory, the sub- stantial sum of £ 53 14s 3d. being handed over to the Welcome Home Committee The receipts (including subscriptions 966 Is. 3d.), totalled 9121 17s. 8d. The expenditure was £68 3s. 5d. (less 97 6s. 8d. tax returned), made up as follows: Prize money (Sports and Carnival) 934 13s 6d.; printing and advertising, Rlb 12s. 4d. Rhymney Drum and Fife Band, 23 Handicapper's fee, £2 2s. 6d.; Secretaries' expenses (Sports and Carnival), 21 8s. 3d.; field expenses and sundries, £4 Os 2d. The accounts were audited by Messrs W. Smith Davies and Bees Jones, who certified to their correctness in every particular. ) 1 OBITUARY.—It is with deep regret that we have to announce the death ) of Mr Frank Welton (Forge-street), which took place on Wednesday morning, after a lingering illness borne with Christian-like fortitude, at the early age of 31 years. Deceased, prior to his illness, was employed as a banksman at the Tynewydd Col- liery, Pontlottyn, and by his geniality and upright character made a large circle of friends, who manifested their warm regard by promoting a presen- tation movement to him in his I affliction. He had beei for many years a zealous member of Beulah English Baptist Church, and a Sun- day-school worker, being ever ready to assist in any capacity in any enter- prise organised in connection with the ohurcb or its institutions. Mr Welton, who was highly esteemed, leaves a young widow-a devoted partner, and two children, with whom much sympathy is expressed in their heavy trial. The funeral will take place on Monday afternoon. mm* THE YUKON ,-Another intellectual treat was provided the local public on Tuesday evening, when the second of the series of leotures arranged by the committee of the Workmen's Institute, under the auspices of the Y.M.C.A. Industrial Department, was given in the Lecture-room of the Institute to crowded and apprecia- tive audience. Mrs. G. Black, wife of the administrator of the Yukon, was the lecturer. Miss Polly Jones, head teaoher Lower Rhymney Infants School, ably presided, and in opening ..0 delivered a pithy address, in which she paid a high tribute to the Y.M.C.A. for the noble work it had accomplished, and was still doing throughout the Empire. Mrs. Black, it should be stated, has resided for many years in that distant country, frequently referred to as Klondyke,' so that her active association with the locality enabled her to deal with its characteristics and customs in a most graphic manner. The lecture was illustrated with some excellent lantern views taken by the lady lec- turer herself. The vivid description of the various scenes was most inter- esting. At the olose, upon the motion of Mrs. J. W. Price, seconded by Miss Probert, head teacher Infants' School, Abertysswg, hearty thanks were accorded to Mrs. Black for her instructive lecture, and to Miss J ones for so ably presiding. The lantern was efficiently manipulated by Mr J. W. Price and Mfc Joseph Price. ———'—————— hll ———'——————
BARG-OED- WESLEY CHURCH (Wood-Street) BARGOED ANNUAL EISTEDDFOD WILL BE HELD ON EASTER TUESDAY, 1919. CHIEF .CHORAL, "Lot the Hills Reaound" (Brinley Richards) Prize Lit 0 0 JUVENILE CHOIR sa 0 0 Champion Solo (own selection), Z2; Doett, £ 3; Open Solo, Male (any voice), £1 JO. Open Solo, Female (any voice) £ L 10a Novioe Solo, Male, E I Novice Solo, Female, JEi (open to Ladiea and Gentle- > men who have not previously won a prize of £1 Is.) Open Reoitatioo, prize JEI 10s.; Children's Recitation, open Pianoforte Solo, &0. Joint Secretaries-T. GIBBS, 47, Henry Street, Barfoed, and W. MINGINS. 63, Gilfach Street, Bargoed.
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