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A Blend of Choica Hfekltai Malt Whiskj. Buchaa'f Old )3!ended Scotch Katund, Blended and Bottled only by BUCHAN 41: CO., Wine and Spirit Merehanta, RHYMNEY.
A Blend of Choice Highland Malt Whisky. Buchan's Old -Blended Scotch MStured, Blended and Bottled oaI, bi BUCHAN CO., Wine and Spirit Merehanta, RHYMNEY.
P.E. GANE (Laatne TrapnellLTDI FURNITURE, CARPETS, FLOOR COVERINGS. BEDSTEADS & BEDDING. 4 ft. 6 In. Oak Sideboard PS 8s. B I] It II. tt II sijitks In all Styles at Moderate Prices. ￼ 38 & 41, Queen St. fWSr jHLJD! IJ 0 CARDIFF. ALL GOODS CARRIAGE PAID TO NEAREST RAILWAY STATION. I "AB.AT? (&LL BRI JH T ALE) Analyst'sReport The Laboratory, 69, Dock Street, Newport, Mon., September 13th, 1905. Messrs. A. Buchan & Co., Bhymney. Dear Sirs, I have analysed a sample Gallon of your "ALL BRIGHT ALZ" received from you in Screw-Stoppered Flagons, and beg to hand you my Report. This is a most inviting looking beverage, being absolutely free from all traces of turbidity, and, as its name implies, is bright to the last drop. The results of my analysis shew it to be a Light Bitter Beer of the very highest grade of purity, and in my opinion, is the product of Malt and Hops of first-class quality. The amount of Alcohol present renders it strictly a Light Ale, and its aroma and flavour are excellent. The characteristic bitter of the Hops being well in evidence it forms a most agreeable drink. I There is not the slightest trace of any objectionable metallic substance present, and I consider it a very High-class Beer in every respect. Being sent out in Screw-Stoppered Flagons its high aeration is preserved to perfection in consequence, and there is no chance of itsauffering in condition. I consider it a distinct advance in Bottled Beers for Table use, and its high general excellence should command a ready sale. I It raally is a splendid sample of Beer, and I must congratulate you on its production. 'I I am, dear Sirs, Yours faithfully, I GEORGE R. THOMPSON. Public Aanalyst. -<- .k.
ICHURCH TREAT AT PONTLOTTYN
I CHURCH TREAT AT PONTLOTTYN. I On Monday last the annual Sunday School demonstration and tea in connec- tion with the St. Tyfaelog Church, Pont- lottyn, took place. Favoured by beautiful weather, the function was a success. Previous to the demonstration a short ser- vice was held at the church, after which the procession was formed, headed by the Vicar (Rev Gilbert Williamg- ) and Rev. R. A. Williams, and the Fochriw Silver Band (conductor, Mr W. Powell) played lively selections of music while they paraded the principal streets of the tOWII. The pro- cession was marshalled by the Sunday School superintendents and teachers. The children's dresses and bannerettes added gaiety to the scene. Tea was afterwards served at the schoolroom, and was greatly enjoyed by the large number who attended. The tables were presided over by the following :-(1) Mrs D. Phillips and Miss Phillips; (2) Mrs S. Pearce, Mrs P. Rich- ards, and Miss L. Pearce: (3) Mrs Lloyd and Mrs Beachus: (4) Mrs J. Roberts awl Mrs IA. J. Jones: (5) Mesdames Mears, Craig and Miss A. Mears; (6) Mrs J. Thomas and Mrs H. Rees: (7) Mrs G. Carey, Mrs J. C;ii-e Carey, Mrs J. Carey, and Mrs Meyric-k; (8) Mrs D. Richards (junr.) and Miss R. Davies; (9) Mrs D. Richards (senr.) and Miss E. Richards: (10) Mrs Weale, Mrs D. Jones, and Miss T. Weale: (11) Mrs P. J. Phillips and Mrs R. John. The children's wants were. well attended to by the following :—Mesdames Gilbert Will- iams, John. Vemail, Lewis, Brannan, Tilley, Jenkins, Grayson. Misses John, Inge, Pritchard, Maddy, Toung. Messrs. E. Maddy, H. Lewis, and others. The cutting department consisted of Mesdames Owen, Williams, Davies, Pritchard, Roberts, Greening, Bevan, Poole, Covins, and Messrs. R. Edmunds, W. Raymond, and M. Phillips. Hot water :-Messrs. D. Greening, J. Carey, and P. Beachus. The whole were ably supervised by Messrs. S. Pearce and D. H. Phillips, whilst all the arrangements were successfully carried out by Mr. John James, secretary. In the evening, dancing and sports were held on the mountain, of which Mr. G. W. Jones was secretary. Over 600 took part in the procession during the after- noon. :o: ———————
INTERESTING WEDDING AT I BEAUFORT
INTERESTING WEDDING AT I BEAUFORT. ) I A very pretty wedding was solemnised at St. David's Church. Beaufort, on Tues- day last, the contracting parties being Mr Ephraim Owen, Ebbw Vale, and Miss Ethel Kate Davies, Beaufort Inn-, Beau. fort Hill, Beaufort. Both are well known and highly respected in the parish, and have been active church workers. The bridegroom is a chorister, and holds many other offices. The bride has for many years acted as organist at St. Andrew's Church, Beaufort Hill. Large crowds awaited the arival of the happy couple, and the church, which was tastefully decorated by lady members, was crowded with well-wishers. The officiating clergy were the Revs. D. J. Llewelyn (vicar), and W. H. Llewelyn (assistant curate). The best man was Mr Stanley Child.s Owen (nephew), and the I' bridesmaids were Misses Edna and Kate Morgan, and Master Edgar Davies was the page boy. • The bride was cnarmingly attird in a dress of crepe de chine and ninon, and black picture hat with feather. She also carried a,bouquet of roses, carnations and white heather, the gift of the bridegroom. The service was fully choral, and at the west door the surpliced choir met the bride, singing the processional hymn "The voice that breathed o'er Eden" and "How wel- come was the call." The bride was given away by her sister, Mrs. E. Morgan, of Birmingham, in the unavoidable absence of I her brother, Mr. John Davies, who has had to undergo an operation. The choir- master was Mr. James Bowen (junr.), and Mrs. J. W. Coplestone presided at the organ and played the "Wedding March." In the church were Mrs Joseph Davies (mother), Mrs Morgan (sister), Mrs G. Richards (sister), Mrs Gee.* Bargoed, Mr and Mrs Tom Owen, Ebbw Vale, and Miss Owen, Mr and Mrs Alfred Owen, Beau- fort, Mr and Mrs T. Richards, Mrs Llewelyn, Miss Edith Irene Llewelyn, Miss Dorothy Jane Llewelyn, and many other relatives. The presents were very numerous and costly, and it is understood that a public presentation will be made to the bride and bridegroom upon their return from the honey'moon, which is being spent at Builth Wells. The wedding breakfast was served at the house of the bride's mother, and was presided over by the Vicar. There were about 80 guests, including the church wardens, sidesmen and choristers of St. David's and St. Andrew's.
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