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A Blend of Choiea Highland Malt Whisky. JEJuchaii. Old Blended Scotch Matured, Blended and Bottled only by BUCHAN L CO., Wine and Spirit Merchants, RHYMNEY.
A Blend of Choice Highland Malt Whiaij. Buchan's Old Slended Scotch Matured, Blended and Bottled only by BUCHAN & CO., Wine and Spirit Merchants, DUVUWV
Pe E. GANE (Late Trapnell LTD, FURNITURE, CARPETS, FLOOR COVERINGS, BEDSTEADS & BEDDING. 4 ft. 6 in. Oak Sideboard 28 8s. B B II Room SUITES In all Styles at Moderate Prices. G" mj 17*0 38 & 41, Queen St. Uiin Ej 0 CARDIFF. ALL GOODS CARRIAGE PAID TO NEAREST RAILWAY STATION. ? -———— ￼ A B A (ALL BRIGHT ALE). Analyst sReportl The Laboratory, 69, Dock Street, Newport, Mon., September 13tli, 1905. Messrs. A. Buchan & Co., Rhymney. Dear Sirs, I have analysed a sample Gallon of your "ALL BRIGHT ALE" 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. 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 its suffering in condition. I consider it a distinct advance in Bottled Beers for Table use, and its high general excellence should command a ready sale. It really is a splendid sample of Beer, and I must congratulate you on its production. I am, dear Sin, Yours fafthfuny, GEORGE R. THOMPSON, Public Aanalyst. Specialities. I Horehound I Pale Ale Iron Brew Hop Bitters I t When Ordering Mineral Waters, Make a point of asking for the IBIE ST- HAZARD'S The Firm with a Sixty years' Reputation' for QUA 31, ITY Sold everywhere in the Rhymney Valfey. I Specialities. DryGinger Ale Lemonade Soda Water Stone Ginger Beer
RHYMNEY CHAMBER OF TRADE I
RHYMNEY CHAMBER OF TRADE. I The ordinary meeting of the above I Chamber was held on Wednesday evening at the institute, Councillor H. M. Thomas I presiding over a large attendance, and at L-lic outset 'apologised for the absence of Mr J. T. Williams (Gwentlands) who, he said, had been called away to attend an import- I ant conference in connection with the Y.M.C.A. Camp Movement, at Cardiff. TRAIN FACILITIES.The Secretary re- ported that he had Deen in communication with the general manager of the Rhymney Railway Co. with reference to the anoma- lies existing in the train service at Rhym- ney Bridge in the evening owing to the withdrawal of the 8.25 p.m. train to the Rhymney Valley, and the inconvenience to the travelling public was also particularly felt when the Rhymney Co.'s 6.25 p.m. train left before the arrival of the L. & I N.W. train from Abergavenny as was not infrequently the case. A reply was read I from Mr E. A. Prosser, general manager, dated 2Gth September, stating that with regard to the 5.8 p.m, ex Abergavenny, j there was a good margin iq the' advertised times of arrival of the L. & N.W. train at, < and departure of the Rhymney Co. 's train from Rhymney Bridge, and if the connec- tion was not maintained, the Chamber should take the matter up with the L. & N. W.,R, Co, He (Mr, grosser) had arranged as from the 1st October for the 7.16 ex Rhvmgey to wait a.t Rhymney Bridge in order to bring to Rhymney pass- engers off the -L. & N. W.R. Co.'s train from Wrtbvj, and powljija, reaching lihyni- ney Bridge at 7.39 p.m., but re-giotted he could not arrange a connection with the Abergavenny train due at Rhymney Bridge at 8.19 p.m. The secretary stated that the granting of that concession would p;-ovf, j beneficial to the inhabitants of the town re- I turning by the evening trains.Upon the motion of County Councillor J. Edwards, it was rasolvad to write tnanking A-tr, Prosser for this concession. THE METRIC SYSTEM.A communication was also received from Mr W. H. Trump, clerk to the Rhymney District Council, in- timating that in response to an appeal | made to the Council by the Decimal Associ- ation, of Finsbury Court, Finsbury Pave- j ment, lontlon, the Couucil at their ordin- ary meeting on the 11th inst, passed a. re- solution that in the opinion of the Rhymney Urban District Council it is of supreme national importance that prompt steps be taken to secure the maximum of trade with foreign countries when the war is over. To this end the Council considers it not onlv desirable, but absolutely essential to adopt the Decimal System of Coinage, Weights, and Measures throughout the British Isles, and thus enable our manufacturers and merchants to -compete more easily and successfully with such nations having that system already in use, and the Council re- quests the local Chamber of Trade to take the matter into their serious consideration, and do all in their power to help forward this important and necessary reform. After a brief discussion, it was resolved to defer the subject to a future meeting, the secretary -in the meantime being authorised to obtain some literature on the system for circulation amongst the members. ACKNOWLEDGMENT.A letter was received from Mrs M. H. Thomas ,Lombard House, Rhymney, thanking the Chamber for the kind letter of sympathy which they had been go-(I enough to oonvey to her in her recent sad bereavement. A TIMELY MOTION.In accordance with notice of motion Mr J. H. Griffith moved that the Chamber extend the limits of mem- bership. He said that it would be serving the higher interest* of the Chamber if the confines) were extended so as to includ citi- zens of light and leading, not engaged in any particular trade. In the palmy days of previous Chambers, the portals were thrown open to anyone desiring the welfare of the community. The present Chamber, he con. sidered. had justified its existence, and pro- vided an excellent channel for the expres- sion of the highest form of citizenship, ir- respective of creed or any other distinction. The Literary and Debating Society formed under the auspices cf the Chamber, was a move in the right di-rectioil, aftd they ex- tended a hearty welcome to all to attend the meeting during the session. He had lJætl approa-cfied by se veral gentlemen who were desirous of becoming connected with the Chamber, and who. he felt, would be a great acquisition to the organisation.Mr. H. T. Miles, in seconding the motion, sud that as they did not nvet simply to di-scture trade, matters, but to further the best in- terests of the town gfnerally, it would be a move in the right diTection.Mr. E. J. Edwards said that a. Ratepayers" Associa- tion would meet the er¡"e indicated by Mr. Griffiths. He, therefore, moved an amend- ment.This was seconded by Mr. L. P. Jones.County Councillor J. Edwards. J.P., and others heartily supported the motion, which, upon a division, was car- ried by a large majority.Subsequently, Mr. Griffiths moved that Mr Octavius I Evans, headmaster of the Middle Rhymney Council School, be received as a member 'I of the Cham ber. Th is was duly seconded and unanimously agreed to.
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ITREDEGAR VALLEY DISTRICT OF MINERS FEDERATION
TREDEGAR VALLEY DISTRICT OF MINERS' FEDERATION. The monthly meeting of the Tredegar Valley District of the Minem Federation was held at the Miners' Office, Blackwood, on Monday, when Mr Isaiah Jones pre- sided. The official report stated that the agent, Mr. A. Onions, reported upon the heading case heard by Judge Hill Kelly at Newport County Court, and in which judgment was given against the workman. Mr Onions commented upon the seriousness of the de- cision to the workmen, and he suggested to the lodge committees that immediate steps should be taken to bring to the notice of all collieries the importance of claiming heading prices at once. The Agent reported that an agreement had been entered into between the arbitra- tors on the Tredegar shoeing smiths' dis- pute.—The question of the hours of elec- tricians had, it was reported, been referred to the Conciliation Board.
1 t Women Worker.' Seriu-No.3., ￼ ￼ ￼ Ah That's Splendid '??m?/Y??? ?- j ￼ 4 ?'?? Ah! Thaes ￼ It is late in the evening. Nfirse has been on duty all day. She comes in feeling a y ill if t ") l Y|\ |V little lired, but as she hears the htt/¿ ■ I k ??? jf 1 ? singing on the fire and sees the cup and lm ? i wt the tin of Elect Cocoa on the table berf"e ■ M *1 I JH breaks into a conteNted smile. H uA H t that's splendid. I've been looking l B S forward to my cup of cocoa all day. /myV/ (She pours the boiling water into the cup and holds it up a moment to enjoy the fragrance.) I'm feeling a bit tired-a full day on duty takes ft «r ? rL it out of one. But a cup of Rowntree's puts new life into you in a few minutes. And it's so tempting You never forget ^0 it once you have tasted the delicious a Clip Cf Rowntree Flavour." She settles dmvn in a chair in front of the & /1/9 jS fire, and as she siPs the warming, nourish. ??,t???? ?????????'?m ?? m?m?? ? ing cocoa she eXptTÙllces a delightful sense o rest and refreshment. C