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3IhH ^E9 The testimonials we print in the HjUjUl ■■^3 next column are backed by the H offer of £ 1,000 Reward if they can HjH HH BHH HI Mj H 8H| be proved fraudulent or incorreot HHH H$j|M ^Bb Hm HUH in any shape or form. You can HH safely rely assurance that the tailoring's right and the value unbeatable—but after all value unbeatable-bitt after all the testimony of old customers f) ry J M T7A5)1*Q The King Tailors ia much more convincing. flUG TC J Great Sale Offer! a post card for patterns. Wear for 13/3! Call if you ,can !-but on the other The following letters were entirely hand there's no need to let distance unsolicited, and are not specially The object of our Sale is to make one SSrGSeffiaS^&ESS: £ °r ?»•>«<*«">" purposes, dean sweep of all our Winter Stock, of a post card we shall be glad to We can show you scores of others. < post you a selection of material 2 Years' Wear. Odd Suit Lengths, &c., and at the together with simple chart for Grimsby. same time keep our workhands busy 8elf measurement- Dear Sirs,—I have just discarded the over what is usually a quiet period. Suit which you supplied me in January >•* 1000, for 13/3. I have worn it con- No doubt the price will surprise you ttoually for 23 months, and being a (3/3 down the balance of 10 when *5fj joiner it has had some rough wear. you receive the Suit and satisfaction), swri a LNov. 24th, 1910. Yours truly, C.H. I. 3 Years'Wear. fcut we pride ourselves that Once a •»'■[ || AM ft Middlesbrough. customer always a customer is the J'Vji;! ffltf Dear Sir,—I have pleasure in letting rule at Stewarts, and are not afraid to jLkjj '|1 j ffPij ||f flL y°u know that I am still wearing the go in for a practical sort of advertise- J§1 J IfBlJLK? Suit 1 in Jafuary' I9.°7' v2 MWWM This xs wonderful wear for any price, ment to induce you to put our capa- fe n Iet *»» V** Price at '3/3- If «V- bilities to the test. We could tell you r JgfjS |l|n}M body wants to know the value you give a great deal about our Cut, Fit and fljfj IMmL-' l ml them to Yours truly, J.T.W. style (yes! a correct cut, perfect fit VJ[. Ht In 191°' 4 Years' Wear. and 1913 style all for 13/3 !), but the J W |||l|||||j||pH IT Preston. test way's always the best way— 1 VI Gentlemen,—I bought a suit (13/3) • 1 r from you 4 years ago, and am still especially when «t leaves no risk fo. Igg||JS Suit Vvt you. The offer is ours—we shoulder Wjjii' ^wa ever had at such a price, and, believe all responsibility too. No fit no pay |||M me, I'm perfectly satisfied with it. is the Stewart way." Better quality W/ ffflf M Feb. 9th, .910. Yours sincerely, G.N. suits to order are Sale Priced at .5/3, WL W N°7' Sirj-We sta"d here a"d ijP |lfU» to do just the same for you at just the 18/3,21/ 25/ &c.—and we are sure A Jp jjjm same price—but kindly note, we can- too the 400 sample Overcoats left in /> ff# not allow more than one Suit at the stock will interest you once you see USA Pnce to anF customer, neither can we MA pay carriage on any orders taken the reductions we have made on them. r during Sale. Branches in most '^iPSMlK Branches in most large towns between H H vjHFmVlH I I 9 large towns between London & Aberdeen. Hg\ H UBiJH H London"& Aberdeen. The King Tailors 6 Canon Street, ABERDARE.
Football. BY "SPECTATOR." Southern League. Division II.—The invincible representation of Swansea came to Aberdare on Thursday last. They retained their unbeaten certifi- cate, the points being1 shared. The visitors gained much advantage in winning the toss, as they set their opponents to face a powerful wind. To the credit of the home' defenders, Swan- sea failed to penetrate up to within five minutes of the interval, Jeffreys being then beaten fcom short range. Less than three minutes 1; ter the Swans had increased their advantage from a free kick, but those who were standing in a good position are positive that the man who received the ball from the kick?r was standing glaringly offside. The re- feree, however, never hesitated about giving his decision, and the Darians were thus two down. Previous to these incidents the Darians had two splendid opportunities of scoring when George Phillips broke clean through with only Fisher to beat. The goalie smothered the shot, and a similar thing happened when Arthur Holden found himself not two yards from the goal line. On this occasion Fisher was injured, and Sutherland went between the sticks. ir *r After the interval Swansea resumed without Fisher, and continued to pla.v the one-back game. For a while it worked well, but eventually strong pressure by the home five drove the halves and back goalwanls to help Sutherland, and a strong drive from a Dare forwards was met under the bar ny Jcpp who kicked wildly at the ball. His intention no doubt was to kick over the bar for a corner, but the leather found the roof of the net. Soneof the players, afterwards informed me that the ball had crossed the goal line before the Swan half had been able to get in his kick. Bob Nash retired for a short time owing to an injury to the leg. When he resumed a fine opening cut out by George Phillips saw N'asli in posses- sion. He forgot his limp, and made straight for goal. When a few yards out he was charged froin behind, and lost the leather ball. Luckily for the Darians Thornton recovered it, and placed into the net, thus equalising matters amidst tremendous enthusiasm. It would have been a bad stroke of luck for Aberdare if this goal did not come so opportunely, as the foul on Nash was lost sight oi by the referee. With the scores level Fisher thought it time to make hi- appearance and take With the scores level Fisher thought it time to make hi^ appearance and take «p his position l>etween the sticks. Swansea broke away in the last few minutes, and their centre got cleaa through, and when everyone was beginn- ing to groan Jeffreys made a sensational dive and took the ball off his toe. For his plucky save lie received a nasty .ki(.k on the side of his head, which apparently left him dazed, but fortun- atetv foi- iii he was not again called upon. The sound of the final whistle was a relief to the twenty-two player^ • 1 .1 lw,/l AiiAiurn vho £ eeuunsi\ nuu • • • Considering the heavy Soing the game was a gootl one to watch. Both elevens exerted themselves to the ut- most, the visitors to preserve their re cord, and the Darians to smash it. the home team did not reproduce the torm thev have been showing away from home, but nevertheless were qn jte value for the two points at stake Ihe scor- ing of Swansea's second goal occurred at a time when Goodwin was away in the dressing-room changing his nicks His ereat experience had lie been on the field might have saved this point. Jeffreys, in goal, had far less to do than his vis-a-vis at the other end. Goodwin was the better of the backs, while the .halves were on a par. The forwards were rather scrappy, the heavy ground preventing them bringing off the short passing game they are so accustomed to. Jimmy Bennett, was completely off colour. Griffiths, Phillips, and Holden did not appear to relish the mud. and Thornton after his long absence from the field took some little time to settle down. m • • Harry Jeffreys has been fortunate in obtaining a berth at Crosswells Brew- ery, Cardiff, where Alt' Goodwin has been employed for some years. The Dare goalie, who is considered a cap- able cricketer, will assist the Brewery team during the summer months. < On Saturday Treharris played their return fixture with Aberdare on the Yitvs. The visitors were at full strength, while the home team were minus Bob Nash. Garnet Davies came into the team at right half. In the first half Aberdare scored through (Griffiths (2). and on changing over they con- tinned to hold the upper hand. A fine run by Bennett and a powerful drive from the same player saw Surridge attempting to set the ball away, but so strong was the shot sent in that the All Whites' full-back could do nothing !>etter than turn the ball into the net far out of the reach of Demmery. A little later Bilson scored from a pen- alty. Final score: Aberdare, 4 goals; l irehams, nil. > < These old rivals have met four times this season in Welsh and Southern League matches. The Darians have re- lieved their opponents of seven out of eight points. In the Welsh Cup Com- petition at Trelewis. the All Whites re- ceived their quietus, and the old feeling amongst the Dare crowd of the White jerseys beating the habitues of the Ynys is now passing away. The display of Garnet Davies on Sat- urday certainly merits a further trial. He is blessed with a fine turn of speed and tackles fearlessly. His heading could certainly be improved. » On Saturday Mardy, who beat us in the preliminary of the English Cup after a game in which Dam' For- tune smiled on the Bhonddaites, are on view at the New Athletic Ground- in a South Wales Cup round. Both teams are doin« well at present, and a close tussle is assured. "Unfortunately, George Martin is compelled to stand down, he having played for Treharris in the same competition. The following I team is likely to be enosPJI TO repre- sent Aberdare:—Goal, Harry Jeffreys; backs, Alf Goodwin and Bilson; half- backs. Garnet Davies, Bob Nash, and Fred Rose; forwards, Jimmy Bennett, Alf Griffiths. George Phillips (captain). Arthur Holden. and Hugh Thornton. If the Darians are in anything like form they should qualify for the next round. Much amusement was caused oil Sat- unlay last by the frantic effort. of young Charlie Pickett, the Treharris outside right. who tried all he knew to heat his big opponent, Fred Rose. The Darian, however, had full measure -)f the midget, and many a laugh was raised when Tlose put himself between the ball and Pickett, and invited the Tre- harrisito to come and take it.
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BY MUDDIED nAF." RUGBY. Mountain Ash v. Cinderford.—This j match took place at the Mountain Ash Enclosure on Saturday. The Mount, fifteen included: Back, S. Weeks; three- quarter backs, W. Owen (who depu- tised Ivor Bevan). Dai Arthur Davies, j Josh Davies, and German; half-backs, Lodwick and the Rev. T. J. Morgan- forwards Bowen, Hubert Fortt, Gibbon'. Biacker Bethel, P.C. John. J. Jenkins, and J. Jenkins. The Cinderford wing three-quarter blundered with the ball, and Josh ,eizitl&, his .opportun- ity from the opening, scored a trv for the Mount team. D. A. Davies failed to add the extra points. Woolford equal- ised matter with a good try which Bowkett converted. At the interval Cinderford led by a goal to a try. After thp ehallgp of Ilds "ïll Owen, who deputised Bevan, scored a try which enabled the homesters to obtain the lead by a_ point, final score: Mountain Ash, 2 tries (6 poillts); Cinderford, 1 converted tvy (."> points). » • m it Glyimeath on Saturday last. The Glynneath team included: Back, Ilowells; three-quarter backs, Idris Jones, E. Williams, W. Dayies, and D. (Williams; half-backs. Cornfield and Morgan; forwards, M. Lloyd, Hamer. D. Thomas, T. Joseph, T. Morgan. George Williams, D. Hop. iins, and D. Edwards. Williams opened the game for the and in a few minutes the Glyn three- quarters got moving, aiut Hopkins scored an unconverted try. At half- time Glynneatli led by a. try to nil. On resuming, the home side attacked vigorously, and made desperate attempts to cross, but good fielding by Morgan brought relief. The home side con- tinued to press, and a splendid bout of passing ended in Dai Morgan crossing with an unconverted try. Glynneath continued to press, a'ud Wyndham Davies added a further try. Subse- quently two tries were added, one by Dai Edwards, and the other by Dai Williams. Final score: Glynneath, tries (lo points); Abercarn, nil. • • • ASSOCIATION. Welsh League. Division IV.. Roberts- town v. Penrhiwceiber Crusaders.—This lIIateh took place at Robertstown on Saturday last. The home eleven in- cluded: Goal. Arthur Davies; backs, I). Rowland ReeiJ and Entlvn Richards; hah es. D. Griffiths. Tom Watkins, and Jack Jones; forwards, W. Aubrey, W. Morgan. Tom Dally, Percy Gardener, and Dick Rees. No score was registered at the interval. After the change of ends I'erey Gardener scored two good goals, and Dicky Rees added another. Final score: Robertstown. 3 goals; Pen- lhiwceiber Crusaders, nil. On Saturday last the Aberdare County School XI. journeyed to the grotiiids of the Pontypridd County School, where a good game culminated in a win for Ponty hy three goals to one.
ONLOOKER." On Saturday last at Michael s field a match was played between the Aber- aman Corinthians and the Aberaman Albions. There was no score. The Corinthians played four new recruits, which proved worth capturing. The Corinthians team were:_ Goal, Jenkins; backs. C.Evans and Lewis Joites; half-backs, Cowies. n. Smith, and Allen; forwards. Thomas, \V. W il- kins. T. J. Griffiths, Samuels, and T. J. Jones. Albions: Goal. Isaac Williams; backs. S. Thomas and Walter Morgans; haff-back>, F. Morgans. J. Lemon, and William Thomas; forwards. G. Lewis, .1. Male. Dai Evans, E. Morgans, and P. Clement. » # At a meeting of the Welsh League Management Committee (Junior Sec- tion). held at Quakers Yard on Thurs- day, Mr H. W illiams. Britlulir. pre- siding, Cwniaman re-opened their pro- test against Hirwain, with the result that they were awarded the match on the ground that Hirwain Reserves had played an ineligible player in the last round knock-out competition. They will now meet the winners of the Treharris United v. Penrhiwceiber Crusaders match at Cwmaman.—The resignations of the following clubs was aceepted:- Hirwain Reserves, Pengam Reserves, and Abercvnon. Cwmaman Windsors v. Jubilee Rovers. The above match was played at Cwm- aman on Saturday. For Cwmaman: Goal, C. Rees; backs, R. Jones and Rees; half-backs, Powell, R. Lake, and \V. Davey; forwards. W. Ponierov, Seammell, Whitlock, D. J. Morgans, and Nicholas. J. Argust was the referee. Cwmaman started in sensational style, registering two goals in the first five minutes, VVhitloek scoring the first, and Scammell the second. The Rovers again took up the running, and after some fine combination amongst the forwards. Rees scored with a beautiful rising shot. Half-time score came with the score two to one in favour of the home team. Cwmaman breaking away Seammell again scored with a grand shot. Jubilee had a turn at pressing, aud scored their second goal. Final: Cwmaman, 3 goals; Jubilee Rovers, 2 goals. » Penrhiwceiber Crusaders Reserves v. Cwmaman W'indsois Heservl's. The above fifth division Welsh League match was played at Penrhiwceiber on Saturday. The following did duty for Cwmaman: Goal, L. Clarke; backs, Citi-tei- and D. Willititis; half-backs. i-j..J. Uwens, .1. nvans (captaini. aim M. Williams; forwards, J. L. Davies, L. Daniels, H. Howells, R. Williams, and D. J. Thomas. Referee, A. Prince, Aber- nant. The Crusaders started, and after some end-to-end play Lewis Daniels scored for the visitors. Penrhiwceiber were next given a. penalty for hands against E. J. Owens, but Chnke saved the shot, and cleared in fine style. Half- time arrived with the score reading one goal to nothing in favour of Cwm- aman. The game ended with Cwm- aman the winners by one goal to nil. For Cwmaman D. J. Williams. Carter. and Jos EN-ztiis played a good game, and Perrott was the outstanding player for Penrhiwceiber. < < On Saturday last at Ynyscynon Field a Welsh League match took place be- tween Cwmbach and Aberaman Thistles. The Thistles played a fine game in the first half, and good cross by the Thistles' left wing enabled George Richards to score the first goal. Asain the Thistles pressed, and a good shot by UwiI-m Davies found the net. E. AA-iiiiaiiis, ihe Thistles' light wing, put in another fine cross which enabled G. Davies to shoot another goal. Half-time score: Thistles, 3; Cwmbach, nil. In the second half a little rough play was indulged in by Cwmbach, who scored two points straiglii off. D. Jones, D. Thomas, L. Stephens, Will Davies. and David Davies played a fine hard game for the Thistles. Their men were: Goal. David Davies; backs, L. Stephens and W. Davies; halt-backs, D. Thomas, D. Jones, J. Evans; for- wards, E. Williams, George Richards,, G. Davies. S. Davies, and William Stephens. Final score; Thistles, 3; Cwmbach. 2. The referee was Mr T. Williams. Robertstown. 0 0 Aberanmii Athletic were dis- appointed on Saturday last through the of Merthyr Vale Cres- cents in iL third division Welsh League match. • • • The Aberaman Athletic first eleven will journey to Llandrindod on Satur day next (with an undefeated record) to play the hointj club in the third round Welsh AinahVif Chip. The Amanites are the only representatives of South Wales left in the cam petit ion, and on present form the Mid-Walians will have to be on the top of their form to secure the right of entry to the next round.
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Cwmbach Co-operative Society. The quarterly meeting of this so- ciety was held on Wednesday evening. Mr Augustus Davies presided, supported by the vice-chairman, Mr Evan Thomas, the general manager, and the secretary, .\1 r Evan Jones. The secretary's report stated: The sales for 13 weeks reached the magnificent total of £ 79,314 17s 10d. This amount, together with the pro- ductive sales, viz., slaughterhouse, hakery" alld farm. will make a turnover of c£91,679 12s, being an incraese over the corresponding quarter of last year of £ 4.819 18s 9d. Your weekly turnover in sales is £ (>,101 Is 6d. The meml>ers' share capital, including interest, now stands at £ 97.580 4s 4d, being an increase over the previous quarter of 1:5,629 8s 3d. After meeting all claims, inclusive of ctl,OO, interest on share capital; r £ 419 6s lOci towards depreciation of buildings; reserve fund, £ 100; subscriptions: Mountain Ash Cottage Hospital Eis- teddfod, i-a ")SLife Boat Institution, £ 1 Is; International Co-operative Alli- aiiee, -tl 4s; Cwmaman Nursing Fund, ,tl. Natioiiil Insurances fees for elIl- ployees, £ 63 as Id; one horse.. £ 40; new vanette for bakery, t32 17s 6d, and all other incidental expenses, there is a surplus of .£13,91:> 17s Hhl available for dividend at 3s 6d in the t: to members, and Is 9(1 to non-members.—It was un- animously resolved to increase the sece- tary's salary by 5s per week.—The elec- tion of committee and auditors took place, which resulted as follows:—Chair- man, Evan-Thomas, elected unopposed; Cwmbach; vice-chairman, Thomas Lloyd, 206 (elected). Auditors, Thomas Job Davies, 780 (elected); William Brown Jones. 651 (elected). Aberaman, elected, John Jones. Pentwyn, 139; Henry Bosher, 124. Cwimjman. elected, John n. Morris, 182; William Jones, 172. Abercwmboi. Daniel James Evans (elected unopposed). Mountain Ash. elected, David W. Harris, 245; DavId John Beynoii, 185; David Hughes, 175 (the latter for six months only). 11is- kin. elected. Daniel E. Evaus, 178; William John Richards, 148 (the latter for six months only).—A recount be- tween Mr Henry Bosher aud Mr Matt. Lewis took place on Friday, which was still in favour of Henry Bosher by two votes.
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Educational Notes & Comments BY "ALPHA." School Clinics. --Ilizss Margaret Mc- Millan in the course of an address on "SdlOOj Clinics" to a meeting held under the auspices of the Manchester and Salford District Education Associ- ation said "That the clinics they had established had far more in vieni, than Ise' the treatment of disease-a much higher civic duty—the prevention of disease. They were quite well aware that, not 20 per cent. of the children were in really good health, that was, not requiring the attendance of a dentist o" a doctor. In saying this she was not exaggerating, hut understating the case. The problem was not how to deal with a section of the child population. hut with the whole of that child popu- lation. The fact remained that SO per cent. of our children were in need of treatment. From the observations of experience those in the work had found that the children fell broadly, into four large categories. Fifty or sixty dis- eases were represented in these chil- dren, hut they could he classified in four divisions. First they had the eye cases, whose names were legion; then the ear, throat and nose cases, and fin- ally the anaemic class—the children. who were on the verge of consumption." After outlining a scheme of 1 School v.nines, nJS iVLCJiiuan asKeci wnat was all this to costP She said that dltlinrr the last decade she had devoted herself to finding a practical answer to that question. The cost of a scheme of clinics worked out at but is. per annuir per child, while for 3s. (;ri. medical and dental treatment could be gnc-n to every child in the country. Di,,ig ment and even medical treavnent vould not, however, save the children ef this country. In the Centre at Deptford they had opened in addition to a day camp, a night camp, which had proved itself the most important part of the work. Even in the month of December the boys and girls who were the inva- lids, the anaunic children that were getting ready for consumption, were sleeping out in the open, and following it up with a cold shower bath in the morning. The whole camp furnished cost about £ 180, and there 70 children could sleep out during the year. It was a curious fact that though the chil- dren in the camp did well in summer, they thrived even better in winter, for tlie cold acted as a tonic. It was not a question of getting the right climate, but one of being able to faee the one we had got. I'll p I I,, was not to raise fine buildings, but to feed brains, and they were not going to make the fortunes of architects, but save the race. The aim of the School Clinic was to get the children back to nature. The simplest arrangements and apparatus for doing this were better than the complicated and expensive. A Pioneer Free Secondary School. Merthyr Tydfil has opened a Secondary School free from fees, and free from tram and train fares. Cyfarthfa Castle has been acquired by the Municipality, and a portion of it has been converted into a Secondary School, providing ac- commodation for 200 hoys and 300 girls. The opening ceremony took place last week, when Merthyr Aldermen and Councillors were justly proud of their great achievement. Mr. T. Davies, of the Board of Education, very pro- perly points out to the people of Mer- thyr "that it is bettor to uplift a com- munity than to lower a rate." Mr. W. Edwards, H.M.I., also reminded them that the rock on which this free second- ary school stands is the elementary school. "See to your foundations" was t] I' the message of Mr. Edwards. Educa- tion is to be provided for all scholars up to the age of eighteen years. It is the aim of the founders of this free school to develop it into a technical college ulti- mately, leading its students largely into positions of importance in industry and art. The equipment from every "point of view is on generous lines. The eyes of Wales will be upon this experiment. We trust that when our expeditious Town Clerk has received a Charter for Aberdare this daring effort to bring the advantages of good secondary education within the reach of the poor- est parent will be imitated in our town. Can anybody offer a solution to the problem why the Secondary School for Girls, built on the Cwmbach Road, still remains close(I." Several rumours cir- culate the town as to friction between the responsible Authority and the Board of Education in matters relating to cost and curriculum. Surely the fault does not lie with our local Alder- men and Councillors, for they rank among the most progressive in educa- tional matters on the County Council, No expense has been spared in building and equipment—what then is the
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