? ￼ I9:J.G. 19::1.. '7. Xmas and BRING US I Goodwill |WaBWMa» nd Pe C4 ?????????THOMS&EYANS?????? WE I | Could find plenty of unpleasant things to tn lk a bout in these ■ difficult times, but having also GOOD THINGS we will dwell ■ upon them, and thus help to enjoy in anticipation the Peace, Goodwill and Victory that are coming. Why not? All the H good things of life are sweetest when looking forward to ■ their realization. This Christmas Season specially lends ■ itself to such happiness. I DRIED FRUITS 1 I Of all kinds are better in quality this year than we have ■ ever seen them. True they are dearer in price, but so are ■ most other things. OUR CURRANTS j Are very choice indeed, and the same can be said of Valencia 1 Raisins. » WE I Think the Prices mentioned in the centre panel on this page K will prove that with U8 they are extremely moderate, com- 1fi1 pared with those of our competitors. CHRISTMAS CAKES. 1 We are preparing huge quantities. The quality is batter 8 than ever because the ingredients are better. s| CHRISTMAS PUDDINGS Home-made in large basins, just like you would make in your own household, 'but without the trouble and bother of mixing, making, and boiling. We are doing that. ?'' -t::?', -??'?:?J:? >:); ??:i:: ..?.; ?< "f?;???;?????:???.???r;?'?????<???: ? Specia!!yCtea?ed ) 9d I b 1 Bold Currants) ??? W SHAOE DRIED 9 Vostizza very fine 1 101d » Only small quantity > Sb Choicest Valenoias I n g Raisins I ? 9d, I Seedless do. lid I Stoned -Muscatels 1 Raisins 9d. h Choice Cat!fo?n)aM ( r 11 Sultanas } Ild. 1 Best Candied } ad. I Lemon Peel } ?"' 3 Best Candied Orange, 9d. Best Candied Citron, ll2ld. 11b. Boxes Hartley's xd. Peel, 6|d. I Best Irish] -2/9 i GiycertnedJ ? ?. ? dozen. | Eggs J per <A*ozen. These cannot be delivered by cart. ¿????? £????:}???????? </?? ,'?,?: ?: :??.?? ??"????.??.??t???1'? '¡:1?:??i_???:'?-g??? <?. Finest Bladdered Lard, P'I/ Pure Bex Lard llid. I Tevana Margarine 8d. B Brito Margarine 1/ B Very Choice Malaga ) -1/2 B Muscatels in Clusters per ib. B Excellent Quality do. losse, lOd B Jordan Sweet Almonds, 2/8 I Valencia Cooking do, 1/8 8 Ground Almonds 1/9 i Egg & Baking Powder, -1d. Pkts. I 5jd. per doz M Borwicks Egg & Baking Powder B 5id. per tin. B Christmas Pium Puddings in BB Basins, 1/9 & 2/3 each. Xmas Cakes in Bars Loaves, fl Home-made, 9d. per lb. jj l7 I=: iw ZL QUOTATIOMS r llil IIII TffT" I' I III II III IIIMIWI ll» HIM IIMIIMMIIII II I ,?? -???_??.?? Xmas Poultry JI Our Agents are busy just now visiting Farmhouses in Pem- I brukesliirc, Carmarthenshire, and Herefordshire, making I arrangements with the Farmers for our- supply. WQ pay the I top price and therefore get the pick of tlleir Stoeh. Our I birds are killed and dressed as they always are—nothing left I inside so that our customers do not have to pay for waste. I Christmas Beef We have-as usual some of the finest bullocks fed in the II County of Glamorgan. See our Show on Wednesday before Christmas. Mutton and Pork I ===========— ) Any quantity of the choicest quality you can buy, all young and healthy, killed hy our own slaughtermen at Porth, and the prices are no dearer, but probably cheaper than other: will be asking for inferior goods. All these and many more good things will help us to be liappy. if not merry. THOMAS & EVANS, Crocers, Butchers, Bakers, PORTH Bpaanncdho.9 ? 1l" ? .,? 111 "'?
food and lis Destroyers Dr. C. W. Saleeliy, F.R.S., London (the ? ?inent authority), delivered ? most in- ??csting and convincing lecturp on the t oVe subject at Bethania (C.M.) Chapel, ?ynypia, on Tuesday evening, the 12th sty. I!! t. Dr. Alfred Jones, Tonypandy, pre- Ided o,er a fairly good attendance. Ahe lecture had been arranged by the ] Ca! branch of the Independent Order of b f-"?llibites and the Mid-Rhondda Band of Pe Union. Dr. Saleeby gave a most Wincing, flawless, and unanswerable Suinent for total prohibition. th^1* lecturer remarked that the sun was It Source of all energy, and that all the ^er which keeps bodies belonging to the j, llirial kingdom comes from it. He then 'W- ol't on to explain how green plants assi- 41ilate this power by taking carbon from th 6 air and water from the soil by means of 1 i their roots. They thereby produce hydrate. All starches and sugars rnido in this way. If a tiny micro- s °Pic fungus is allowed to live on these t <trbonic acid is formed. ?f. Saleeby then dealt with alcohol, s 3'nig that it was not an evil thing, but a forrit of power. Neither ether nor chioro- F) the i ost blessed things in the world, b.at!. be manufactured without it. Alcohol, t??er, cannot be made without destroy- l?? ??' ?crm??y at present builds it ?? "< ?m its elements, carbon, hydrogen, j oxygen, but this is a very expensive ?.r '? producing it. Two of the greaLest gra narie» in the world are R??m and ?a,'?da. Both countries hare gone in for tolIlbition during the war. d. 1110 lecturer remarked upon our depen- ?n *? ?Pon other countries for our food- 'tuft"S, one remarkable instance he cited the fact that fiva out of every six Jj Ves eaten in our country are imported. e "(Ixt ???rred to the law which pro- hibit,3 the drinking of whisky of IeHs than ￼ years old. In spite of this and the f et that there is at the present time in ttmhe ??""?'y Plough of this liquor to last ""tit 1923, yet food is being destroyed for H?j" ??S whisky which cannot be touched Uh? tj""I,l 1920. Brewers and distillers have ?e "? ?? claim upon grain and sugar Wo,ght into the country. A whoje army "'Ight into the cotijitry. A ii, l io l e ? tnN} are being exempted by Tribunals i,l order th?t they may manufacture a Nl' '?Oll and destroy the food of the people. ? ?r"?" ?any the destruction of food for this Ur Ose is been reduced to a minimum. ttr.. Saleehy pressed upon the audience of e 1 oi-t;ancli of supporting the Director Ili iii )-) ind suggested that a resolu- ti0n PU'^ ? sent from the meeting to ?'?" the hands of the Government in its °^ermii1iition to w i n the war at the o>,s to win the war at the t?st possible moment. 1'(1. ?Ð.darne Stephen Hughes, Tonypandy, r<Hid re^ a solo, On the ?arcf?.'? at the Ii. rnrneUccment uf the meeting. She was i.to i ed by -,N l lss N l ai-v Bellsoll, 1??co?'"? by Miss Marv Benson, Pen ),grai(,, Edith A. Toiivl)andy, sang ."Sing to Me." ?omn??- J? ?- ????' Tonypandy, ^°comr.f m M,ss LewIR. Mr. D. M. ^'UiaS, S' ?"yP?rdy. moved the foHowing ?th. oh-,i?" to be sent to the Prime Minister, 1)1"e(,tor Shippin?, and the Food ?trnu ?" In the interests of the national ctooTd R"PPlv, and for the best use of o. ?tio? '"?? ?PPb, and for the best use I)f r' tOlIllage, tile m.-ilitif,-ictiire of alcoiiol fo biit n,rlitart and ?ndu?t?ia? pnr- ??s? es ￼ ￼ ? Prohibited." Bl?? ￼ 0n i ? ?'' P'?d Witliam? ????adach, and carried unanjmouslv ￼ The chairman proposed a hearty vote of i thanks to Dr. Saleebv, which was seconded by the Rev. E. W. Dnvips, Ton Penh-e, j and carried with applause.
H_- Red Cross Hospital, I Llwynypia Mrs. L. Morgan, Coirfcnandant at Hie Red Cross Hospital, Llwynypia, desires to acknow ledge the receipt of the folloil-I lig gifts during the week ending Dee. 1 ;lth Cigarettes, Tobacco and stamps iiod- ringallt Colliery, El Is. Mr. Archie Jones, Llwyncelyn, £ 1; Staff and Members Rhondda Tribunal, £ 1 Is.; Lady Guardians, £ 1 5s.; Mrs. Llew Williams, us.; Mrs. G. Evans, Pimtner Mr. Orchard, loi-tli 1:1. Cheques: Mid-Rhondda Athletic Club, £ 2 2s.; Mr. Willis, Pentre, 17s. (Jd. Carmel English Baptist Chapel, £1. Cakes: Mrs. Morgan, Maesyrhaf; Mrs. Da vies, Maesyifynon; Mrs. Rees, White- hall; Mrs. Peter Morgan, Trealaw; Mrs. Pierce, Trealaw; Mrs. Arthur Thomas; Mrs. David Williamstown; Mrs. Davies, Chestnut House; Mrs. Neil; Mrs. Wil- liams, Rhys Street; Mr. Charles, Builder; Mrs. Nicholas, The Garth; Mrs. D. Jen- kins, Golden Key; Mrs. D. C. Evans. Coals: Llwynypia Colliery, 1 ton; Mr. and Mrs. Davies, Gellyfeilog, 1 ton. Fruit: Bronilwyn Infants School Staff; Mrs. Neil; All Saint's, Trealaw Mrs. Jenkins, Golden Key. Chickens: Nurse Leach and Miss Jones, Dinas; Mrs. Lewis, Galleua House; Mrs. James, Maesyrhyddid; Mrs. Davies, Maes- yffynnon; Mrs. Evans, Pencoed. Goose: Mrs. Davies, Strata Villa. 12 Rabbits Mr. Percy Ward. Whole Lamb: Mr. and Mrs. Kendrick, Vegetables Mrs. Jenkins, Glannant. Set Billiard Skittles: Mr. Ivor Joiies, Ivor Hael Shop. Set Snooker Balls: Mr. Thomas, Ivor Had. Hearth-rug: Mrs. Nicholas. The Garth. Two Welsh Geese: Mr. Davies, Brook House. Box of Cigars and Tin of Tobacco Mrs. Griffiths, Maesgwyn.
K BOOTS fitted accurately from stock in t perfect Styles and Shapes. Some Study the Children, We Study the FEET. For Footwear go to M D. 8. THOMAS & Son, t Late of R. Lewis & Ce., BOOT MERCHANTS, TRINITY SQUARE, Dunraven Street, Tonypandy I Agents for notea Brandb only.
Ystrad-Rhondda. I An inquiry touching the death of Mr. David Harries Davies, grocer, 198 William- street, Ystrad Rhondda, was held un Saturday, the 9th inst., at the Gelligaled Motel, IJy Mr. K. J. Rhys (coroner). It appears that the deceased fell off the roof of a shed at the rear of his premises on the Thursday previous. A verdict of Accidental death was returned.
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Lecture on Co-operative Allotments. The Rhondda is nothing unless it is prac- tical, and this iillds exemplification in the way the allotments have been taken up to utilise every available piece of land to in- crease our home vegetable supply. To this end expert opinion was sought, and on .,oug i i i iii d o l Tuesday last at the Gell 1 Hotel, Gelli, Mr. Walter Williams, Brecon, secretary of the South Wales Branch of the Agricultural Organisation Society, addressed a crowded meeting on the Advantages of Co-opera- tion in the Cultivation of Allotments." The chair was occupied by Mr. Thomas ) Holmes, supported by Mr. Richard Thwaites, R. U. D. C. This was the first I of a series in the district for the purpose of organising allotment holders, of which there are now many hundred in the f| Council's area. Mr. WHHams. who was warmly vocoiyod directed attention to the necessity in the present crisis of growing all tbat was pos- sible of our own food supply, and to get as much out of our soil as we could it was a ( duty of national importance. To do the work well there must be co-operation ill order to procure fertilisers, seeds, and potatoes in bulk, and of the best quality Bbtainable. As an instance of co-operation many allotment societies had hulked their order for seed potatoes for next season, and in view of the necessity of stamping out wart disease there would 1)(' immune varieties procured and grown by farmers approved by the Board of Agriculture the combined order sent was for wet! over 100 tons (hear, hear). The model rules of the A. 0. S. were I sIgned uring the evening. Mr. Lawrence, Board of Agriculture, Pontypridd, spoke interestingly on the question of wart, disease.' Both spea kers and the chairman were accorded votes of thanks at the close of the proceedings.
Treherbert. Among the pupils at the Tonypandy Higher Elementary School who were can- didates as boy artificers (Royal Navy) at a recent examination, Trevor Williams (15), son of Mr. and Mrs. Dan Williams, Taff- street, Treherbert, was successful. One of the most popular pastors in Tre- herbert, the Rev. David Williams, Horeh I Welsh (C.M.) Church, is doing .excellent service with the Y.M.C.A. somewhere in i England. The troops who come in touch with Mr. Williams express keen apprecia- tion of his services and derive, much com- fort from that source. While returning home on Monday even- ing from a preaching engagement in the Rhondda, the Rev. "r,\ T. Griffiths, Manse Villa., Caerau, aged 74 years, was taken ill at the Blaenrhondda Railway Station and died soon afterwards. The reverend gentleman was exceedingly well known in the Rhondda, and had been pastor of Hermon Welsh Calvinistic Methodist Church at Caerau for many years. One of his sons, Mr. W. T. Griffiths, is an assis- tant master at one of the Mid-Rhondda Schools, and also secretary of the Judge's Hall Committee. The reverend gentle- man's brother, Mr. John Griffiths, hair- dresser, Llwynypia, is also very woll known in Mid-Rhondda.
I Treorchy. Treorchy School Children, under the able direction of the headmaster, Mr. Howell Howelis, have again distinguished them- selves in the splendid way in which they assist charitable movements. On Thursday evening of last week they responded to the (-zill of the London Missionary Society for financial assistance, and were largely for providing a successful in Is- eellaneous concert at Hermon (W.C.) Church. An excellent programme had been got up, and in addition to the ren- derings by the choir (boys and taken from the varous standards in the Treorchy Scliools), solos, etc., were give;, by the fol- lowing local artiste. -,Sol)riiio, Madam J. j T. Jones; Contralto, Miss Maggie J. Jones; I Violinist, Miss Tilly Thomas, L.R.A.M. Elocutionist, Mr. J. J. Thomas. Alderman Enoch Davies, J.P., Treherbert, presided, j and presented a cheque. The secretarial duties were ably carried out by Mr. Dan Lj Davies, Myrtle-hill, Treorchy. Intimation has been received at Tre- orchy that two local heroes have won -Nillitary Medals for conspicuous gallantry in the field. Their names are Private Win. j Howelis, son .of Mrs. M. Howelis, 110 High- street, and Private Jack Aubrey, son of Mrs. Aubrey, of 88 Stuart-street. Both are in the Devonshire Regiment, and were employed at the Abergorchy Colliery before enlisting at the outbreak of war. Private Howelis, in addition to his gallantry in the field, rescued a comrade whilst 011 sentry duty previously. A sergeant of the regiment was reported to have fallen into a river. One of his men jumped"*in and made an attempt at rescue, but got into difficulties himself and shouted for help. Private Howells heard his cries, and after a strenuous effort rescued him. Later he was informed that the sergeant was still in the river, and Private Howelis again re-. turned to the water and found the sergeant lifeless. The Abergorchy Billiard Team, who have -made excellent progress during this season, were at home to Tydraw, Trelierbect, 011 Wednesday evening, and were victorious by 134 points. The scores Treorchy. Tydraw. j Edward Jones.. 182 G. Bartlett 200 1 M. R. Davies.. '200 .John Phillips. LHJ Sid. Williams. 200 W. James 131 Thos. Thomas.. 2nO Lewis Paul 144 Alfred Scaddin. 141 Thos. Rees 200 Win. Beams 200 Lewis Do.herb. 14.) Total 1123 Total 989 A vigorous iootba)) match took place on the Cae Mawr last week. when Mardv | tR,overs A.F.C. visited the Tn-ordiv Ex- Schuol Bovs' V,a"K Both showed a splendid knowledge of the game, and Tre- orchy, although ..?m.st. a strong wind, notdwd the first ?oal in the initial hajj, 1)?til converting into good account a corner which .Manly were enforced to con- cede. Mardy cq?ahsed t!io score earlv h: the second half, hut Treoi-clir got within striking distance, and jack John scored the second goal. Result, Treorchy 2 goals, Mardy 1 goal. Mr. Idns Williams, was the referee. The Treorchy Orchestra, which has been founded and directed by Mr. V. J. Miles held a social evening at Mr. Collier's Res- taurant on Thursday evening. There was a splendid gathering, and during an inter- val the conductor was presented with a baton, the gift of the members of hand in appreciation of his excellent services to the band since its formation. Mr. Miles suit- ably responded. A musical programme. arranged on splendid lines, was gone through, and quite an enjoyable time was spent-. Mr. Llewellyn Jenkins occupied the chair, and the secretarial duties were ably discharged by Mr. Evan Evans, 20 ￼ Glyncoli-road, Treorchy. Private Eddie Lewis, who enlisted in the Royal Navy 12 months ago. and was trans- ,-? -igo, ?iii( i ii- Is tr,-tii.9- ferred to the Hawke Battalion three months later is officially reported missing since a few weeks ago. He is a son of Mrs. Lewis, 180 Ynyswen-road, Treorchv, and has two brothers now at the front The death of an old resident took place on Wednesday, Xov. 29th. at Cwmdare, in the person ol Elizabeth Jane Evans, wife of Win. Evans, 31 Lower-terrace, Cwmdare. She had resided in the same house for 51 years; her father and mother having moved into the house as the first tenants, and there she had remained to see the development of one of the wealthiest coa l valleys in ales. She was of a most love- able nature, and was well liked bv all the neighbours. ￼ took place on Mondav R?v.'Thorn?y ? ?t? "r- "?' ?e ￼ Ctniet-e"y, tl?? l'(,a,e-<l a-a* w„ a men.ker of hlsh,rh \YItJ. Eyans (husl'wnd»; l\le?sn, J)¡nid J. ??L<u?, G?fyrn Bva? ?.ny FvarfV (?. Wn?. WnHams.j?.?, .????" ''?-oth?); Agnes Piu-1)? Marv Wif" Sarah Ann Green. Do ? ? ha? "'? Rachel Alice Ingram (grand-daughters) Masters D.vKl J. Phillips, Wnhe Phi! and Edmund Williams .grandsons? Me ?' ) am John Green and Emanue! Phi L,. .ons-m-iaw) T,lomas Jenkins, William 1" U libms, Henry Ingram, Da?d T? h" Iills Iii,,i-zitii, ￼ Thomas J Jenkins, David ?- Jenkins' ?ihoma? Thomas, John Richard Ev?s' ?m Evaus. 1)?i d Owen (nei? Fr'ends at the i?use who could not attend the funeral were Mrs. ?ViUiams, Aberdare ?a?hter?n-law?: Mrs. Green. Eb? .-amuel ^1- Rowl, ands, Treon-hy: Mr Q '=??? "ï1Jiams, Cwmparc ?rothe?; Amomf thnC;:D Tr.t.£> n+-'h_]- i.i "u .un'imea me tunerai H <s an old n?ghbonr. Mr. John L. R?.idts prcpr.etor of the Aberdare I?ad? the coaches were -Vlar- E. .hel Green (daugh?ers); ?\\i.)Iianis (? si-tel,-Ilj Mrv ?.) Irt. Sira i i L?n_ and Mrs. Lizzie ?..h-an.s fn?; 11r..Job ??-ans (brother-in-law); Mrs. h?t) ?L het'h Jenkin., Treorchv (niece): M? "?-(??'? (sistpr-m-IaAv): Ei?abpth A\ nn Thiekens, Tn?orehy (nj?'p?. Mrs L?s, Tn-harris, ?nd Mrs. Darips? Penv- giaig (cousjn?): Miss Bronwen Elans' ? MrE Dabb, Cm ma man (cousins); Ellen Ann Evans, Gelli (niece) Mrs. Owen, Treorchv (cousin); Mrs. Jones, Gelli (friend). Mrs. Evans had two sons in the Ann. one, Pte. Jol) Evans, in the Salonika Force since 12 months ago: and the other Pte Jhomas Evans, has served at Gallipoli for 7 months, and is at Mesopotamia since the beginning uf this year. Wreaths were sent by William Evans (husband): David J. Williams (son I Marv Enen Phillips, Rachel Green (daughters)- Mr. and Mrs. W?iiams (brother and sister- in-law). ,irrie d 1,,t, Bouquets of fiüwer? wpr? cnrriedhy Mtss? Mary Wmiams, Agnes PhUlip?. Rachel AhceTngram, Dnns WiDiams, and Sarah Ann Green (grand-children).
Waterproof Covers for Trolley, Cart, or Truck. ALSO Horse Loin Cloth* and Coal Bags OW Send for Price List and Samples to MORGAN & RICHARDSON. LTD. 20 Womanby Street, CARDIFF. fWl LADIES ~~1 /« Gautler s Famous Pills A are without doubt the belt reraedy M? enr offered for Fen?)e We*k- ?f\ en,u and Irr*W, arities. They B V ?"?????'ertM<tSpe<dy. tM t? °V*r '/t & *-«- 8 H ".rea. ijj ￼ ￼ T' ?T'E!<?t)r?< t'M??<. Hetf?wtT. ? ?M??e? f?.? Prr~tr.} L.o?. Ladise' a.d ￼ W. P. William S, SS'tSJ,, I Gents'Tailor, 126 BCTE STREET, TREORCHY. Practical Tailor and Costumier. OW Over 40 years City Experience. t Satisfaction Guarauteed 355 HAVE CURED- WILL CURE YOU. Mr. A. Newton of Keltham, writee Your pill@ ba\'e ^°Urld me a,ter four month? on my back '^M" ru8" KKii nS. RunweU Road, Wiekford, elates • "??.?. TP""?? to ?" all who suffer that y^our p.u? ts cured me after years of pain." Sufferers Gra?i Lumh?o. Pains in the B? k ￼ Gra6;'el, Disease of the KMneye. ?., SciMi?S??' matism and Gout, will Cod positive cure in HOL"?" ROYD 8 GRAVEL PILLS. 13, at Oher»i8t • ￼ free Ihtamps.-HoJdroyd' Medico Hall r?!ec?<. heaton -?-.?-_ -? Richards, Cloth Hall, Porth, For Everything in MEN'S and BOYS' Wear See their Excellent Display for Xmas