Collection Title: Merthyr Pioneer
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READ Football Notes and News Edited by "CORINTHIAN."
READ Football Notes and News Edited by 11 CORINTHIAN."
The Merthyr Furnishing Co., 44, HIGH STREET, MERTHYR, Being Actual Manufacturers, are enabled to supply Goods at the LOWEST PRICES for CASH, or on Their EASY PAYMENT ARRANGEMENT. We do not make a hard and fast rule as to Deposit and Weekly Payment, but are always pleased to arrange terms. We want an opportunity to secure your next order, and, if we can save you money, you will be just as pleased to place your order with us as we shall be to do it for you. All Kinds of REPAIRS, POLISHING & RE-UPHOLSTERING done by Skilled Workmen DELIVERY FREE. MERTHYR FURNISHING CO., 44, High Street, Merthyr TEL. NO. 30. Small Prepaid Advertisements. One In- Three In- Six In- sertion. sertions. sertions. s. d. s. d. s. d. 20 words. 0 6 1 o 1 9 80 words 0 9 1 6 2 9 40 words 1 0 2 0 3 6 60 words 1 3 2 6 ^6 COwords. 1 6 3 0 o 3 In all cases the Name and Address We counted as part of the Advertise- ment. These prices apply only to Advertise- zaemts ordered for consecutive inser- tions and which are prepaid. SMALL ADVERTISEMENTS RE- CEIVED OVER THE TELE. PHONE. In order to meet the convenience of advertisers, the PIONEER aooept Small Advertisements dictated through the telephone. The Telephone Number is 66. The price of the Advertisement must be remitted or paid on the same or following day. fouaw !:l er to ensure accuracy, the Advertiser should request the clerk who takes the Advertisement to read it over. The greatest care is taken as to their bcMtg correctly printed, but the Pro- prietors cannot be responsible for in- 8IOOUraciee in either of these respects, any consequences arising thore- Jtrom. Trade Advertisements are inserted Ulader the Heading Personal," at 6d. per line. All advertisements should be posted •. o the Office on or before Wednesday- Postal Orders. it .KUrongly recommended that all P.:?,8 Orde- be filled up with the I'D,e, the Labour Pioneer, and .,ed. Answers to Advertisements. ￼ Adveitisem,,t, addressed to the Pion,4? OfficerL be obtapin?ed wh?S S?? wm be handed be obtained when the Ådv:- t ¡I (ordered, or they win be aJ. men 18 u. forwarded to :??T??.?S?'?L??S?!?JS?S? S?°?? ø.mpe to cover postage siWj-] Applicants for Situations Se re- pp 1 1l8. tiOI1l!l are re- .Mted not to dom=ente ?pies should be sent) or photographs with replies to Adverbig?,,t, wnen ?tera are addressed to Box Numbers this Office. The PJ"OPl? cannot undertake any if teou- BM
ILocal Health Matters
ILocal Health Matters. I GUARDIANS AND HOSPITAL PATIENTS. I Coun. H. M. Lloyd (Mayor) presided at a meeting of the Merthyr Health Committee on Wednesday. I Mardy Hospital. It was reported that there were 60 patients in the hospital at the t time suffering from the following diseases: -Tuberculosis 37, scarlet fever 11, diphtheria 4, typhoid 1, other diseases 7; total, 60. A letter was read from Mr. F. T. James, clerk to the Merthyr Board of Guardians, stating that the Board had recently considered the terms and agreement by which their patients were admitted to the isolation hospital, and stating that the Board desired to alter the agreement whereby JE225 per annum and 1/4 per day was paid for their patients, and that in view of the fact that so few of their patients were admitted, that the patients should be admitted at so much per week. Coun. H. M. Lloyd said it would not be wise to make any change. The pre- sent system was inaugurated to pro- vide for fever cases and epidemic out- breaks. It was quite true that the Guardians had not had many patients of late years, but an epidemic might break out at any time. Mrs. Edmunds said that the view of the Guardians was that they were pay- ing L225 a year and 1/4 per day, and only a few patients of theirs were ad- mitted. They considered that they were paying very dearly. It was the 1/4 per day which they particularly thought was high. Dr. Duncan said that they might do away with the 1/4 per day, and that would be a fair oompromise. Ald. T. J. Evans moved that the 1/4 per day be remitted. This was carried. I Waste Paper Profits. it was reported that the receipts from waste paper for the past six months was £ 31 Ss. 4d., and the ex- penditure zC21, a profit of 910 88. 4d. A committee was appointed to go into the matter of dealing with other methods of disposing of the waste paper.