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YSTALYFERA NOTES I
YSTALYFERA NOTES. I BAND ITEMS I I I The. Ystai-yfera Town Band, under tne Lvidership of the Bandmaster paraded the principal streets on Saturday evening and p laved selections and marches, stopping at various points along the main thoroughfare. Their efforts were much appreciated by the public. The first strains of music almost made one believe Uiat Christmas had arrived too early, but the bag did not come round, so the illus- ion was quickly dispelled It is hoped that the musicians will favour us with further such performances in the near future. I VISIT OF P.RECONSHIRE I TEACHERS I'EACHEI' I 1 I The annual meeting ot tue tsrecansnire Teachers' Association was held at the Yniscedwyn Sehcols, -tr,:djynl? is, on Saturday morning, following which the members were entertained to a. garden party at Yniscedwyn House by Cel. ,T,n-d Mrs. Crough. Mr Gay, Llanwrtyd, presided at the business meeting, when the election of officers for the ensuing year took place. Mr Rowhwd Thnmas, B.A., assistant master tit Mount Street Council School, Brecon, was elected vice- president. Mr Thomas is the first class teacher to occupy the position. He is a native of Cwmtwrch, and was ap- prenticed at Tro'rgleien Council School, under Mr T. R. Thomas. He is a B.A. (Lond.), organiser of the Welsh Summer School, which this year will be held at Brecon; secretary of the Mid-Wales As- sociation of Welsh Societies, a.nd of the Brecon Welsh Society. Mr C. Carbett, Brecon, and Mr Morris Hay, w- re re- elected seerctary and treasurer respec- tively. A very enjoyable time was spjnt at the Garden Partv, about 80 teachers from various parts of the County being present. Amon,g the others present were th Revs. J. S. J01'êS, vicar of Ystalyfera; .Ta,s'l Jones, rector of Ystradynlais; Wm. Harri", B.A., B.Litt" cura.te of Ystrad- gvnlais; Mr Jamts W illiama, late head- roaster of the Wern Boys''School, Ystaly- fera, and Air and Mrs. Samuel Morgan, Glanycamlas, Y'stradgynlais. Tea was ] served in a marquee on the ground, a fine programme of music being rendered by the Ystalyfera Temperance Band during the afternoon. The fine grounds and croquet lawns were thrown open, and fully made use of bv the visitors. The devotees of the "light fantastic toe" were also able DO indulge in their passi on. A cordial vote of thanks was accorded Colonel and Mrs. Gough, on the proposition of Mr Corbett, seconded byMr Rowland Thomas. ELECTION OF DEACONS AT JERUSALEM There were large congregations at Jerusalem Chapel on Sunday, when the pulpit was occupied by the Rev. Ivor J. Jenkins, now of Williamstown, but formerly pastor at the chapel. His ser- vices were greatly appreciated. After the service the following well- known members were elected as deacons of the church :—Messrs. Henry Gape, W. Jeffreys, William Lloyd, H. J. Powell. David Williams, Griffith Griffiths, and Williams, Gnmth Grimtha, a,n d Henry MorgaD. The attendance wa? very large, and a representative ballot re- sulted. PREPARING FOR THE WINTER rr- .L: 1 H" ] The local winter soci-eties are already beginnin.g to put their respective houses irt order for the coming sessions. A meet- ing of the committee of the Guild of the Red Dragon took place on Monday ovening at the Jerusalem Vestry, Mr G. Griffiths (president) iii tht4 chair, and ar- rangements were made for drawing up the siews vilabus. Several e.minent men are being invited to address the Society, in- cluding Mr T. H. Parrv Williams, M.A., D.Litt. (Abeystwyth) Mr W. H. Jones (of Swansea), Prof. Edwards (Ateryst- wyth), and M.iss Hel en Eraser, the well known feminist leader. The prospects of a fine session are exceedingly bright, and it is to be hoped that the members and friends will loyally support the efforts of the committee when the time comes. A meeting of the committee of the Ys- talyfera P.S.E. Society lso took place on Sunday, Mr J. W. Givens presiding. ft was decided to recommend to the members that under circumstances over which the committee had no control, they did not recommend the organisation of .iii excursion this year. Arrangements wee made for the next session, and the orime6 of several well known local speakers were put forward for inclusion in the sylla.bua. FAMOUS LADY SPEAKER'S VISIT The Ystalyfera Branches of the Women's Labour League and the Independent Lab- our Party are now actively engaged in ( preparing for the visit (to take place shortly) of a notable lady speaker and Lx-tn!"er in the person of Dr. Marion Phillips, who is general see-retary of t.he National Women's Labour League. Dr. Phillips is one of the few women in the world who possesses the degree of Doctor of Science (Economics). and &8 she com- bines with her wide knowledge a most attractive platform style, there should be large numbers at her meetings in YstaJy- fera and district. PREMIER CINEMA SUCCESSES The .Tremor Cinema maintains its place Nt a popular and successful picture house. The pictures screened this week are of exceptional merit. Earlier in the week the chief film was "In the twindfl of London Crooks," &M the series of sensational events produced by 1\ young man's foolishness in London proved a grf?'t attraction to the !aj?e houses tha.t .???mbied. It wa? a four reel nature ) (,f the besst order. A further specially at- j tractive star film is shown this week-end. ( viz. "Protea the Second," introducing j ihe now famous lady detective actress who OW such a sensation in the firt. "Protea" picture. This secon d Protea fím is, however, do?claxm no to outshine the fir-t in plot &nd daring, &nd is cer- j tain to attract crowded hom". Next week, three chamM; weeklr will be com- minced, viz. Monday, Wednesd.iv ;md Friday, and this event is to be marked by the presentation of another remarkably fine film entitled 'Neath the Lion's Paw." The management are- shortly to give a benefit evening in aid of the Tir- bach men, who are out on strike. Further details will be announced later. COUNTY SCHOOL OLD PUPILS Attention is drawn to the annual picnic of the Ystalyfera County School Old Pupil's Association to be held at Park -Mill, Govver.o:i Saturday next. All mem- bers are invited and may be accompanied by friend, but acceptances are specially desired by to-morow (Saturday), at the latest, to be. sent to Miss M. Daniels or I Mr G. E. Chappell, the joint secretaries. All old scholars should take this oppor- tunity of renewing former acquaintances. BUFFS' CHURCH PARADE. t I lie second annual church parade organised In; the Dr. Lewis Lodge of the R.A.O.B. took place on Sunday afternoon. and was of a very success- ful character. Over 100 members and several friends matched in procession through the town headed by the Cly- dach Buffs' Band, and then adjourned to St. David's Church, where a special service was conducted by the vicar, the Rev. J. Secundus Jones. Primo Elias Jones was marshal for the dav. The vicar, in the course of an inter- esting and helpful sermon (from the text, "AVe have sinned, hecause we have forsaken the Lord "), welcomed the members of the Order. He said they had heard a great deal lately about "change." Well, there ap- peared to be a change coming over the religious world to-day, and that change, he feared, was for the worse. It introduced indifference to the reli- gious needs of life. and it was being brought about in their parish possiblv owing to the fact that there was no provision made in the town for the social life of the working man. The working man had considerable leisure. and under favourable circumstances he could use that spare time to im- prove his mind and to develope a strong character, and thus become a useful and intelligent citizen. As things were at present, only the street corners, the picture palaces and the public houses were open to welcome him. They therefore needed at least two working men's institutes in the parish, where healthy literature could he provided, together with suitable games. The vicar strongly appealed to the R.A.O.B. to let something tangible in this form he the outcome of their bro- therhood. They were not to oonfine their influence and their ability to their own brot herhood, but to let it go forth with effect to the world out- side. and bring about a change for the better in both religious and social life. The vicar also appealed to the street- corner men to take more interest dur- ing the summer months in games such as cricket, quoits, etc., pointing out that there was something to learn on the cricket field. In concluding, the vicar said that on his part no effort would be spared to do what lay in his power to assist any movement tending towards the moral and social uplifting of the peo- ple. The religious and the social life, he declared, could not be separated, but must go forward together. Mr. Jones also pointed out he could secure ground upon which young men could play games in the summer even- ings. I RECITAL IN THE PULPIT. A unique departure was made at the' Gurnos Chapel services on Sunday. In- stead of the usual proceedings, the of- ficials engaged the services of the well- known local elocutionist, Miss M. J. Francis (" Llaethferch"), for the pur- pose of giving selections from her re- pertoire of recitals. Interspersed with the efforts of Miss Francis were songs by Miss Edith Thonycts (Pontardawe), and Mr. D. N. Jones (Ystah/fera), Mr. T. G. Samuel accompanying. The ser- vices of all were much appreciated, and so well was this innovation re- ceived that it is worthy of the consid- eration of other chapelh. A regular change of this nature would no doubt be very successful and very acceptable. The Gurnos Committee are seriously contemplating a change of this nature once a month in future. I WERN INFANTS' SCHOOL I I CONCERT Miss Roberts, headmistress of the Wern I Tifants' School requests us to announce that the total receipts of the two con- certs held last May were L30 19s. 6d. The expenses a/mounted to £ £ 9 4s. 7d., leaving a balance of £ 21 14s. lid. Part of this has already been devoted to procuring toys, rocking horse, tricycle, motor car, etc., for the little ones, and the bal ance will Be used for the purpose of providing a toea treat at an early date.
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I WINNING NUMBERS I Of the Ystalvfera Scouts' Prize Drawing 1st 750 2nd 708; 3rd 1027 4th 1334; 5th 2350 6th 239 7th 583; 8th 631; 9th 2406; 10th 900; 11th 215: 12th 1086; 13th 477 14th 1195 15th 1337 16th 1376 17th 1016 18th 479; 19th 483 20th 822. Prizes can be obtained f rom Mr Spencer Jones. Outfitter, Ystradgynlais, on production of winning tickets.
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ST4RTLING EFFECTS I ACCOMPLISHED. I Feet that are sore, tender, and have corns, bunions, should he treated with Marathon Footbath Tablets, 10d. per box. Again, if feet are sweaty and have an objectionable smell in the summer, they should be bathed in Howell's Foot Shampoo, 2d. each, 7 for Is. Ladies, do you want a new Hat for fkl. ? If so buy a bottle of Sharp's Hat Dye. No gloss, all dull colours and not affected by ra.m. Is baby fretting and uneasy ? Try a bottle of Nurse Powell's Sootho or Nurse Powell's Soothing Powders dur- ing the teething period. There is only one reliable place to get the above, and that is D. Griff Howell, Triple Medallist of Westmin- ster College of Pharmacy Chemist, Oid Lcdg9, Ystalyfera. j
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ABERCRAVE AND I COLBREN. The Abercrave district shares with other districts in the Anthracite area in the depression which at the moment is characteristic of this coal-market. Local oolLiers are only practically employed, "broken-time'' being the rule. Hen-roosts have been raided during the week-end. A vaJuable cockerel and hen j were stolen from Maesvderi on Saturday Light. Abercrave contributes more than its fair quota to the interest in the Ystrad- I gynlais Police Court proceedings. The cases from the upper reaches of the Swansea Valley increase at every Court. It is a pity that the fair fame of a dis- trict should suffer by the ill-advised action of the few. There are about 250 foreigners residing at Abercrave. I have no prejudice against foreigners as such, but if the pre- senoe of such a large number of Con- tinentals is objected to for various reasons. I can't see that the natives a,re much to blame. Especially when one considers the motive for the introduc- tion of foreigners into the. district. A minor dispute, having relation to an alleged action of a foreigner occurred at a local colliery on Saturday morning, the British section refusing to enter the pit if the foreigner was permitted to do so. — • Local cricketers visited Cwmgorse last week, the result being a draw. CRICKETERS, before purchasing else- where, should see the stock at H. ATKINSON, Union Street, Swansea. "Ar y Groesffordd," the Rev. R. G. Berry's Welsh play, which was presented at the Gra.nd Theatre, on Wednesday evening of last week, drew a large num- ber from Abercrave, a special motor-trip being run. The chief attraction wr.s Miss Lizzie Evans, the well-known local elocutionist, who was the leading lady in the cast. Competent critics praise Miss Evans' acting very highly. Tlie devotees of tennis increase with extraordinary rapidity. The court is crowded every evening. The ladies are particularly good exponents of the game. With a little more experience of wield- ing racquets, a ladies' team to beat any in the Swansea Valley could easily be chosen. Local teachers were well represented at the garden party given by Colonel and Mrs. Gough to the teachers of Bream- a hire on Saturday afternoon, and a number of them excelled in the intricate game of croquet. The Abercrave members of the Girls' Friendly Societv were entertained at Yniscedwyn House, Ystradgynlais, on Friday, and had an exceptionally good time. The interment If the child of Mr J. Kenmuro, Brvmv'th, took place at Tyny- ckhI, on Wednesday, the Pt-ev. C. J. p; -1 A.T.S., officiating." This little one died ;tq the result of scalds received a fortnight ago, a.nd an inquest, resulting in a verdict of accidental death, was held and Flag Inn on Monday. Dr. R. W. Jones, County Coroner, at the a-bove-metntioned inquest, referred to the dispute bc-twef-n the workmen of Abercrave and th'-ir medical man, and hoped that it would be amicably settled A mass meeting of the men was held on the playground of the Abercrave Council School on Tuesday evening. Mr Edward Ford presided. Th(T> wss an exception- ally large at tend-u ice. and the proceed- ings at times were of a. nature to tax the recourses of the most accomplished chairman. It wis r.-ported that four ap- plicittidna for the post of medical man had tecn received, aid a nnmber of others were expected by Saturday. There being a large attendance of those not directly interested, it was decided to ad- journ the meeting until all the applica- tions had been received. Mr Archibalcl Crawford, one of the nine South African deported Labour leaders, visited Abercrave on Monday, a.nd addressed a large meeting on the in- dustrial conditions prevailing in South Africa, and the events -which led to General Botha's tyrannical action. County Councillor ldris Da vies presided. At the close of the meeting Mr Crawford, and a large section of his audience went to the Cinema, where Mr Page obligingly screened a. number of South African pic- tures bearing on the subject discussed at the meeting. Mr George Jones, Penyrheol, chairman of the Co-operative Society, having de- cided to return to North Wales, a fare- well meeting in his honour was held by the Society on Wednesday evening. Ap- preciative references to Mr Jones services to the movement were made by the secretary, Mr Idris Davies, and others. The Rev. David Charles, B.A., curate of Ystalyfera, will be the preacher at the special services which will be held at St. David's Church, on Sunday. W A. WILLIAMS, Phrenologist can be consulted daily at the Victoria Arcade (near the Market). Swan««.
GCG CO OPERATIVE FETE
G.C.G. CO OPERATIVE FETE. INTERESTING PRESENTATION TO C. W.S. OFFICIAL. Last Saturday the members of the Co-operative Society held their annual tea festival at the Council Schools. Over 400 children were entertained at the beautifully decorated tables free, and the adult members turned out almost to a man, to partake of the splendid variety of dainties provided for the occasion. The ladies who at- tended to the guests at the tables spared no effort in making the festivi- ties a success. A highly esteemed and respected person amongst local Co-operators, who attended the tea, was Mr. H. L. War- ren. of the C. W.S., Cardiff. The local Society owes a debt of gratitude to Mr. Warren for his untiring efforts on I their behalf during the last two years. Throughout the unfortunate storm of insolvency which the Society was plunged into, he has proved himself a pilot of the first water. The lessons of the past will never be forgotten. Working men at their best are very poor tradesmen. They have to rely entirely upon the experience and guid- ance of their selected shop managers. Mr. Warren has a very wide reputa- tion as a saviour of societies, and his efforts on behalf of the local Society will be ever remembered by the mem- bers. He has within two years brought the Society "out of the depths of insolvency into a flourish- ing and creditable concern. As an appreciation of their gratitude at a meeting held in the evening, a gold watch suitably engraved was pre- sented t-o him on behalf of the Society by Mr. John Jones, Brynawel. Sev- eral members spoke in very eulogistic terms of Mr. Warren's efforts on their behalf. They were all glad that Mr. Warren had taken on the affairs of the Society during its insolvency. The matter of keeping in closer touch with the C. W.S. was also very strongly em- phasised- Mr. Warren suitably, responded. He said that it was never a pleasure for him to step in when the affairs were under water." He preferred see- ing every Society sailing in a majestic manner on the waves of solvency and prosperity. He entertained the high- est hopes that he would never again be called upon to act as a liquidator for the G.C.G. and Cwmgors Society. The prospects of the Society were good and if the members would stick to the C. W.S. and the co-operative principle in the strictest sense, great things might be accomplished in ilu* locality for Co-operation in the ne&r future. He greatly appreciate(I he gift presented him by the Society. He promised to wear it constantly close to his heart, which held a very tenler feeling towards the members of the G.C.G. Society. A go"d programme of sports had to be pc- poned owing to a misunder- staml: 'g between the committee and theorious clerk of the weather.
BRYNAMMAN NOTES. I LOCAL TRADESMEN GO TRIPPING I 1 tie benefit one gets from a day's I outing arises mainly perhaps frcm the associations that one carries back t-o work. and which lighten the burden of existence till the next outing comes round. Judged by this standard the tradesmen's trip by, motor to Pendine last Saturday must be accorded a tremendous success. It was a really uncommon event, and its associations are such as will cling, if not to one's mind, possibly to one's clothes. Some 70 in all from the district made the journey, but it is sad to relate that owing to the inability of the com- mittee to secure more means of con- veya.nce. the Bryna.niman contingent had to be placed in one of those col- losal char-a-bancs that day by day pass our doors distributing fish to local retailers. In one of these stately structures behold the elite perched like" Sallies" on a bench, making their way to Pen- dine. It was indeed a sight for the gods." It is rumoured that some of the enthusiasts of a business gov- emment have calmed down and are less persistent, since this demonstra- tion. A wa.g characterised the trip as "Trip i Bondine mewr box scadarn." On Tuesday, at the New Cemetery of Gibea, the mortal remains of Mrs. Thomas Morgan, Mountain Road, were interred. Deceased was well on in age, and came of an old and respected long family, with whom much sym- pathy is felt. At Llandilo on Thursday of lant week, a smart wedding of considerable local interest was e-olomnieed. The contracting parties were Mr. Tom Jones. Banwen, and Miss Gwen Eira Thomas, Cefnbrynbrain. The party made the journey by motor. Professor Owen, Carmarthen, offi- ciated at the big meetings held at the Public Hall last Sunday, in connection with the English Congregational cause. In the afternoon the reverend gentleman delivered a rousing sermon in Welsh at Gibea. ———— t The Juvenile Choir is beginning to make itself felt. On Saturday the first, prize was brought hack from Lkutebi'e. A number of Freddy Welsh's ad- mirers made the journey to the metro- polis. We have sought an interview, hut have hepTl threatened with the kidney punch. We are pleased to note that all the students of the local ambulance class conducted last session by Dr. J. W. Lewis, Danyeoed, have been successful. The new deacons elected 1 a.-t Sunday evening at Moria.h are: Mr. William Jones, Brynmor House; Mr. Johhny Jones, Chapel House; Mr. Francis, Co-opera,tive Stores, and Mr. Morris, Chemist. Amonour visitors we note Mr. Oliver Lake, home for holidays from Constantinople, where he occupies a post in one of the high public schools, as English master. A pleasant holi- day,! A real revival of the Drama is now taking place in Brynamman—a sort of afterdamp we nrsume to the cinema craze. Mr. W. Haggar with his dra- matic company, is appearing for the next few weeks at the Public Hall, and is taking the place by storm, and commanding crowded houses. On Saturday the local Eleven suc- cumbed to Ammanford by 86 to 126 runs. Mr. Gwilvm M. Jones made an exciting stand for the locals, and kept his bat for over one hous and a quar- ter. A general change of pulpits took plac('> on Sundn.v. This is one of the healthiest figns in our churches to- dav. T1, R,ev. Jt,-Iin Llewelyn preached at Gibea his d'ace at Bethania. being filled by Mr. Johnny Lewis, Park St.. who is home from Ireland, where he has been in training, preparatory to undertaking missionary work. The Rev. Nantlais Williams officiated at Moriah in the evening, the regular pastor, Rev. Rhvstyd Davies being en- gaged at Ebenezer. We note that Mr. D. J. Davies. son of Rev. Rhystvd •Pavies is with us once more on holi- days from Cambridge, where he has been taking a medical course previous to sailing for the mission fields of Bur- mah in September. Mr. Ree^t Howe'l. Llandilo Road, is also taking a similar course at Leyton. A BRILLIANT ACHIEVEMENT.. J T 1 I I I I in tne wnoie nUnlner or voueges cvxin- pricing the great University of Ox- ford, and out of the hundreds of stu- dents studying its courses, there are this year but three men who have been adjudged by the examiners as "First Cla-u5 Honours" men in English. One of was an American, another a, Scotchman, and the other a Welshman. and this Welshman hails from Bryn- immman. He is Mr. William Rees, Brynpodol, who two years ago, after securing a first class honours degree of the Welsh University, proeeedied with a valuable scholarship to Oxford to nursue his career. Mr. Reos* achievement is a remark- able one. as the distinction is one very seldom obtained, and only given to the cream of the intellect of the country. His achievement classes him as one of the highest scholars in the country, and which should open to him the highest post that a scholastic career can command. Mr. Rees only re- ceived the result of the examination last week, yet he has already been selected one of two, for an important leotureship in the University of Bris- tol. Heartiest congratulatio-! His career i8 unparalleled in the hiartory of Brvna.mman and seldom matched i? n the whole country, in one so young as Mr. Rees. LIGHT ALE. The wag who tampered with his beer supply during the last harvesting, is said to experience considerable diffi- culty this year in getting willing helpers. He has decided to give up the manufacture of light ale, especially at harvest time. TENNIS players should visit H. ATKINSON, Union Street, Swansea, be- fore buying their new Rackets, etc. Travellers coming up Station Road about 1 o'clock one night last week were considerably surprised to espy an individual in pyjamas, sprinting to- wards them. He turned out to be a local resident living in Cwhgarw Road, who, waking during the night, found a thief in his garden. He promptly gave chase, but the marauder sought refuge up the Quarry. His sprinting powers served him in good stead, for had he been caught he was assured of a rough ti me. His fleetness of foot might not serve him so well next time. Messrs. Luther and Handel Davies, Garnant, again took a fair share of tJwi prizes in the mottar trials at Golden Grove on Wednesday. Successful meetings have been held by the I.L.P. during the week, the speakers including Messrs. George Neighbour, and Archie Crawford. W. A. WILLIAMS, Phrenologist, can le otnsalted daily at the Victoria Arcade (near the Market), Swansea.
W. A. WILLIAMS. Phrenologist, can be consulted daily at the Victoria I Arcade (near the Market), SwanseL. For Leading Styles and Best Materials Ïn Boots & Shoes ￼ j,???*- ??. ?? ?n!)H,? ?Sr LLOYD&SONS We can please you. Try us Ladies' Glace Button or Lace from 4/11 to 12/11. Ladies' Shoes, Gibson, Derby or Oxfords from 1/11 to 8/11. An immense variety of Children's Shoes for Summer Wear. Men's Derby Glace or Box Calf i Boots from 6/11 to r8j6. Men's Derby Shoes, Glace Patent !•'Ill if I Caps, from 6/11 to 12/6. White Boots and Shoes for Men, ^gjjl|ji Ladies and Children. Finest Selected Stocks. .< Value Unequalled. Also, Large Stocks of Port- manteaux, Dress Baskets •. and Week-end Rags at Lowest Prices. D. LLOYD & C???? ? ?Q0 ? Ystalfera, Ystradgynlais & Pontarda'v. :1. ESTABLISHED 61 YEARS. K?:2?SS?SS?!?SS?SS???S2?SS3S?:2K?S.SS?S??S???:?S:?.?S2?S?:SSS?S?:?? !Ö 00 OO. oOEL ysÏUg.oo oov_ üOi 1 s? st*L? ? JBEE< ?iet -j?X r ??? Jt UB Ja iB??a L ? ?x ss ? i | HIGH ST. SWANSEA. 2 ♦ HIGH ST. SWANSEA. O0 A ¥ ♦ Lessees — 1 he Anima Coy. LTD. 88 MO x *o S ? ♦ ——- W♦ o* — ■ — — ■■ =====- ? Lessees — — THE ANiMA Cov. LTD..s «o — — — o# I! ——-———?-?===__?__—-——=. ====? ? ? Matinees—Monday' Thursday and Saturday at 2.30. ? S Twice Nightly, 6-15 and 8=30. | ? T?ice ?!ght!y, 6.15 and 8?30. ? ? o* '° _s.?ss?ss?ss_ ? ? 52>S8488t52 gj ? !.?.??? ? ? ooo Prices, (Reserved), 6d., ä 3d. i; ? S Children Half-price to 6d. and 1/- Seats. ? I .0 0 ♦ ? *° eats booked at Th?ntre D?iy from 11 to ?. and o to 9 (withont har,re). Telephone: No. 1300 Central. jS ? •. v r 80 » ♦ 00 New Cinema & Theatre Erecon Road, Ystradgynlais. Lessees Messrs Ed wards and Page. Our Pictures, the Latest, the Steadiest, and the Best in the Swansea Valley. PICTURES CHANGED THREE TIMES A WEEK. < WEEK COMMENCING JULY 13th. A BRIGHT STIRRING ENGAGEMENT OF THE FINEST TROUPE OF ACROBATS IN THE WORLD, THE POUR. Direct from the London Halls. This is tIv first appearance at any Hall in the district. ENGAGEMENT OF THE TWO VIOLETS I 1.V.IA. y- &r, BERYL In their Great Scena, entitled "THE REHEARSAL," introducing beautiful sing- ing, and clever dancing. BERYL is considered the finest Clog-dancer in England. The lessees respectfully call the attent ion of their patrons to this programme, being one of the finest they have ever presented to the public. Prices of admission, 4d., Tip-up Chairs, 6d. and 9d. Reserved Seats (which may be booked in advance), Is. Doors open at 7.15; performance commences at 7.45. TWO PERFORMANCES ON SATURDAYS. Matinet on Saturday afternoon at 2.30 o'clock. School children admitted at Id., 2d., and 3d. adults usual prices. Strictest order maintained. The lessees reserve the right of admission. SITUATIONS VACANT GENERAL SERVANT Wanted!. Must be able to aasist at restaurant. Apply JONES, New Market Stares, Yatrad- g ynla is. American Met Wern Road, YSTALYFEBA d G I E VANS (late Manager of the Ystalyfera C0- operative Society) and Co., Beg to announce that they have opened the above premises with a large stock of Groceries & Provisions Of the Highest Possible Quality at the Lowest Prices.
WINNING NUMBERS OF DRAWING
WINNING NUMBERS OF DRAWING In aid of D. R. Griffiths, Ystalyfera. 1st 2291; 2nd 352 3rd 2279 4th 621; 5th 2773; 6th 2565; 7th 2319; 8th 235; 9th 2797; 10th 626 11th 3199; 12th 2304; 13th 2876; 14th 344; 15th 70 16th 900; 17th 317; 18th 2776; 19th 984; 20th 3116; 21st 233; 22nd 505; 23rd 54; 24th 331; 25th 858; 26th 595 27th 3990 28ttk 2412; 29th 857; 30th 3189; 31st 2678; 32nd 694; 33rd 3943 34th 861. R. Jenkins, Secretary Printed and Published by Llais Llafur" Co.. Ltd.. Ystalyfera, in the County of Glamorgan, July 11th, 1914.