Collection Title: Merthyr Pioneer
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READ Football Notes and Nws Edited by "COR 11TH IAN."
READ Football Notes and News Edited by "CORINTHIAN."
Small Prepaid Advisements. One In- Thr) In- Six In- sertion. ser1;¡DØ. sertions. s. d. 8 d. s. d. 20 words 0 6 1 0 1 9 30 words 0 9 16 2 9 40 words 1 0 q 36 50 words 1 3 £ 6 4 6 60 words 1 6 0 5 3 In all cases the Name Lnd Addreæ counted as part of "a Advertise- ment. These prices apply only ) Advertise- ments ordered for conserve inser- tions and which are PROM. SMALL ADVERTISEP..t\lTS R E- CEIVED OVER THE-ELE. PHONE. In order to meet the ourenienoe of advertisers, the PIONEER 4,ept Small Advertisomenta dictated Vough the telephone. The Telephone Number ia)6. The price of the Advertjent must be remitted or paid on tb game or following day. In order to ensure acclacy, the Advertiser should request le clerk who takes the Advertisement, read it over. The greatest care is taken to their M"Dg correctly bu?be Pro- pnetars cannot be reeponsi? for in- &Cmracico in either of thp00t.6, or for any consequences an? there- from. Trade Advertisements are jnserted under the Heading Personal" at 6d. per line. All advertisements should 1 posted to the Office on or before W \,eøda.y. Postal Orders. It is strongly recommendodhat all Postal Orders be filled up the name, the Labour Pioneer, andfoesed. Answers to Advertisement, Replies to Advertisements 4seased to the PIONEER Office will be ded out on production of a ticket wth may be obtained when the Advort'?ent is tfraered, or they will be forward to the Advertiser's Address, iyvided Otarnpa to cover postage are sttlied. Applicants for Situations re- quested not to send original doinents (copies should be sent) or photvaphs with replies to Advertisementawhen letters are addressed to Box fibers at this Office. The ProprietoTamnot undertake any responsibility li.esti- monials or photographs are lost Business Specials. LADIES 1 LADIESI W ITHO UT Drugs, Pills, or .di- Vv cine, NURSE ROSS guin- teea to cure Irregularities and )b- alructlons, Female Ailments in mlled or single women from whatever 'se arising or how long standing; DOis- appointments; every case a guara%j cure; numerous testimonials; id stamp for free advice. NU-E ROSS'S LABORATORY, ALA VILLA." LOWER CHARMINS4 ROAD, BOURNEMOUTH. LADIES. ST. DOMINIC'S Therapeutic 1. ? oids cure all irregularities fij any cause in married or single. T! act in a few hours; wonderful; m Tellous results. Every case guari teed. Enclose stamp for particulars. MADAME D. MACDONALD, 2 Wimborne Road, Wintoi., Bouri mouth. NURSE E. STANLEY will send pi' vately how to cure yourself of a j irregularities; new French method. -1 114 Bold Street, Liverpool. 1 Ladies, Read This. ADVICE FREE for Stamp.—Mrs M. Stewart's famous Foniaw Remedy never fails. Address-9 Guinefi Street, Bristol. OA-PAGE BOOK ABOUT HERBS UT AND HOW TO USE THEM, pwt free. Send for one. TRIMNELL, Tu. HKEBALIBX, 144, RICHMOND ROAD, CARDIII. Kitabliihed 1879. ACCOUNT Books; ruhngs and bind- j C jL. i?n of all deeoripti
Births, Marriage*, Deaths. MARRIAGE. JONES-LUMLEY.—At the Parish Church, Dowlais, on January 14th, by the Rev. LJ. M. Williams, R.D., assisted by the Rev. E. R. Davies, B.A., the Rev. Evan Lewis Jones, Llanelly, Breoonshire, to Miss Elizabeth Ann Lumley, Pengarnddu, Dowlais.
Church and Chapel Notices. SERVICES FOR SUNDAY, January 18th, 1914.
I NOTE. Clergy and Secretaries of Chapels are requested by the Editor to kindly forward for publication particulars of forthcoming Services. TiaiB PARISH CHURCH, DOWLAIS. Sunday, January 18th.—Morning at 8 and 11; evening at 6. Services will be held on Wednesdays, at 7.30. THB WELSH CHURCH, DOWLAIB. Sunday, January 18th.—Morning at 10.30. Evening at 6. Services will be held on Tuesdays, at 7.30 p.m. CHRIST CHUROH, PANT. Sunday, Jan. 18th.—Morning at 11; evening at 6. Services will be held on Wednesdays, at 7.30. ST. MICHAEL'S CHURCH, PENGARNDDU. Sunday, January 18th.—Morning at 8 and 10.30. Evening at 6. Services will be held on Wednesdays, at 7.30. ST. LUKE'S CHURCH, DOWLAIS. Sunday, January 18th.-Morning at 8 and 11. Evening at 6. Services will be held on Tuesdays, at 7.30. > CWM MISSION CHURCH, DOWLAIS. Sunday, Jan. 18th.—Morning at 8; Evening at 6. And at Wimborne Hall at 8. Services will be held on Tu 7.30. The Sermons at all these services, unless otherwise announced, will be preached by the Rector and the assist- ant clergy. TABERNACLE CHURCH, MERTHYR. Sunday, January 18th.—Morning, at 11; evening, at 6; preacher, Rev. Row- land Jones, B.A. BEULAH CHURCH, DOWLAIS. Sunday, January 18th.-Morning, at 11; evening, at 6; preacher, Mr. J. Williams-Hughes, Oxford. A Young People's Service will be held on Wednesday, January 21, at 8 p.m.; speak rr Mr. S. JenningR. GUDDBN MEMORIAL HALL, PANT ROAD, DOWLAIS. Sunday, January 18th.-Morning at 11, Gospel Service; Sunday School at 2.30; evening, at 6, Gospel Service. Preacher, Rev. John Grey, pastor. EBENEZER CHURCH, MERTHYR. Sunday, January 18th.—Morning, at 11; evening, at 6; preacher, Rev. D. S. Williams. A musical treat will be held on Mon- day evening, January 19, at 7.30 o"clock: chairman, Rev. R. S. Wil- liams. ZOAR CHAPEL, MERTHYR. Sunday, January 13th.—Morning at 11; preacher, Rev. W. A. Jones, Zion (exchange); evening, at 6, Rev. Gwilym Rees, B.A., and Miss Benham, London, will speak on behalf of the London Missionary Society. MERTHYR CENTRAL MISSION. Sunday, January 18th.—Morning at 11, Wesley Chapel, Rev. David Pughe. Afternoon at 3, Brotherhood, at Wesley Chapel, Rev. Dd. Pughe on White Chapel, soloist. Mr T. Dando. Slavery" soloist, Mr T. Dando. Evening at 6, Wesley Chapel, Rev. Dd. Pughe; soloist, Mr. T. Dando. TABERNACLE, TROEDYRHIW. Sunday, January 18th.—Morning, at 11; evening, at 6; ixreacher, Rev. Zac. Davies, Penydarren, Merthyr. MISSION HALL, TROEDYRHIW. Sunday, January 18th.—Morning, at 11; open-air service, preacher, Mr. G. Bailey; evening, at 6; preacher, Mr. W. J. Jones. Services will be held on Monday and Thursday evenings, at 6.30. NAZARETH CHURCH, TROEDYRHIW. Sunday, January 18th.—Morning, at 10.30; evening, at 6; preacher, Rev. R. M. Harries. Services will be held on Monday and Thursday evenings, at 6.30; preacher, Rev. R. M. Harries. WESTJEY, TROEDYRHIW. Sunday. January 1th.—Morning, at 11; preacher, Mr. Bessant, Cefn; even- ing, at 6; preacher, Rev. W. Dockeray. A preaching service will be held on Monday, January 19, at 7.30 p.m. preacher. Rev. W. Dockeray. MOUNT ZION. TROEDYRHIW. Sunday, January 18th.—Morning at 11; 6p; 7?? Mr. J. Evam- oenmg, at 6; preacher. Rev. J. W. Price. A service will be held on Wednesday, January 14, at 7 p.m. SARON, TROEDYRHIW. Sunday, January 18th.—Morning at 11; preacher, Rev. J. W. Price; even- ing, at 6; preacher, Mr. J. Evans. Services will be held on Monday and Thursday, at 6.30 p.m.; preacher, Rev. J. W. Price.
Why Waste Time? Co-operation is not perfect, nor is human nature too angelic. Why, then, waste one's time in making pin pricks in a life-saving system instead of mending the parts that have not been too well knit together"?—Special Commissioner, in the Co-opw-ative N ewe."
I Merthyr Bankruptcy Court
I Merthyr Bankruptcy Court. I REGISTRAR AND BRITHDIR TRADER. John Levine. boot and shoe dealer, Brithdir, who was reprffientoo by Mr. L. Arnold Williams, appeared before the Merthyr Bankruptcy Court for the third time on Tuesday to undergo his public examination. The debtor was repeatedly called to acoount for fencing with some of the questions put by Mr. Ellis Owen, the Official Receiver, and Mr. D. Walters-Rees (the Deputy Re- gistrar). The latter told him he was one of the most unsatisfactory witnesses he had ever seen in the box. The exa- mination was further adjourned until February 10. I TROEDYRHIW MAN'S AFFAIRS. I George Barnett, boot dealer, Troedy- rhiw, for whom Mr. W. R. Edmunds appeared, came up for further examina- tion, and the examination was further adjourned to give the debtor an oppor- tunity of furnishing an explanation in regard to a sum of £ 131 Os. 3d. for which he had failed to account.
Mr James Winstone to IFight North Monmouth
Mr. James Winstone to I Fight North Monmouth Mr. James Winstone, vice-president of the South Wales Miners' .Federation, has been selected to contest the North Monmouthshire Division in the Labour interest at the next election. The selection was made at a confer- ence held at the Waverley Hotel, Pontypool, on Saturday last, under the presidency of Mr. Z. Andrews (Taly- wain) At a previous conference it had been decided to ask Mr. James Winstone, Mr. E. A. Charles (National Union of Railwaymen), and Mr. W. L. Cook Hla.ena,o.nl, had been nominated by various lodges m the district, if they were prepared to allow their names to be submitted. Their replies were received at Satur- day's conference, which was largely- attended. Messrs. Charles and Cook wrote stating that, although they were strongly of the opinion that the Labour Party should contest the seat, they did not desire their names to be submitted to the conference. Mr. James Winstone was present, and told the conference that whilst he would be delighted to contest North Mon- mouthshire in the Labour interest, it was no craving on his part, for he had been invited to contest North-West Manchester, and had been asked to allow his name to be submitted as can- didate for two other constituencies. The Chairman said it would not be necessary to bold a ballot of the work- men on the question, as the various organisation had held meetings and ap- pointed delegates to attend the con- ference. which he hoped would adopt Mr. Winstone as the candidate. The Secretary (Mr. T. Langley) said the delegates represented over 10,000 trade unionists in North Monmouth- shire. Mr. Winstone was then proposed as candidate by Mr. A. Jenkins (Aber- sychan) and seconded by Coun. Percy Davies (Pontypool), the motion being carried with enthusiasm. The conference also appointed a depu- tation to attend the next meeting of the South Wales Miners' Federation with a view to securing financial aid.
I The Palace. The entertainment provided by Mr. Hall-Jones for the remainder of this week maintains the enviable reputation gained by the Palace for the excellence of its picture displays. The principal attraction is Victory or Death," a story of .stolen plans and models, and the exciting incidents in connection with their recovery. The picture is in three parts, and is crammed with ex- citement. The remainder of the pro- gramme contains a number of interest- ing and amusing pictures. Next Mon- day an exceptionally fine programme has been arranged for throe days, and for variety could be hardly surpassed. We have Shakespeare's popular drama. "Hamlet, in two parts. The second of the Sherlock Holmes series, Silver Blaze," the drama of a horse and ita influence. And another picture intro- ducing ga well-known character, "Nick Winter, and the Lost Prince." The third part of Who will marry Mary," being A Proposal from the Sculptor," is also included in this fine selection. Next Thursday a three-part war drama is taking first place, The Secret of Adrianople," giving some very vivid incidents in the recent war. This is followed by a number of comedy and dramatic items, all of intense mterest. The Gazette is now changed twice weekly, and contains all that is of general interest from all parts of the world. You read of happenings in your newspaper at breakfast, and in the evening you see it reproduced in animation at the Palace.