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a S A Boon to Ladies! begs to announce that ha has opened a Ladies Hairdreasing # OVJ vJ JL JL 8aloon at 21 Canon Street, Aberdare, where Ladies oan have their Hair Dressed, Cut, Singed and Shampooed by a THOROUGH PRACTICAL LONDON HAIRDRESSER. A Trial Solicited, when the utmost satisfaction is Guaranteed. All kinds of Ornamental Hairwork done on the Premises. Alan a Gentlemen's Private Saloon has been added, which will be a Boon to Gentlemen. Note the Address The Aberdare Ladies' and Gentlemen's Hairdressing Saloons, 21 CANON STREET, ABERDARE. FURNITURE REMOVALS BY WILLIAM HILL, CARDIFF Rd., Mt. ASH TEL. 19 The largest Furniture Vans in the District. Well trained men <fc experienced packers -1, Pi -h i I JOL ELMA&M-WM-M.M 59"!3 IX p I A Marvellous Remedy. For upwards of Fifty Years these Pills have held the first place in the World as a Bemedy for PILES and GRAVEL, and all the common disorders of the Bowels, Stomach, Liver and Kidneys; and there is no civilized Nation under the Sun that has not experienced their Healing Virtues. THE THREE FORMS OF THIS REMEDY: No. 1—George's Pile and Gravel Pills. No. 2—George's Gravel Pills. No. 3—George's Pills for the Piles. Sold everywhere in Boxes, Is. lid. and 2s. 9d., each. By Post, Is. 2d. and 2s. lOd. Propplator-4. E. George, M.R.P.S., Hlrwain, Aberdare. New Theatre, ABERDARE. MONDAY, JULY 7th AND DURING THE WEEK. TWICE NIGHTLY. MATINEE ON SATURDAY, JULY 12th, AT 2.30 P.M. Pictures! Pictures!! Pictures! The Most Wonderful Traveller in the Cinematograph World— CHERRY KEARTON Showing his marvellous feats in Darkest Africa while accom- panying President Roosevelt. All Should See Thaae Pictures. All EDUCATIVE WEEK for ABERDARE PEOPLE. To any persons net satisfied with the performance, the Management will willingly return their money in full. THOMASTOWN, TONYREFAIL. Grand CHAIREISTEDDFOI) In GELLI SEREN GROUNDS, On TUESDA Y, AUG. 5,1913 Male Voice, £12 and Metronome; Mixed Choirs, X7; Juvenile Choirs, æö. Vocal and Instrumental Solos, Duetts. Programmes lid post, from E. FRANCIS, 11 Pembroke Street, Thomastown, Tonyrefail. MERTHYR TYDFIL UNION. FOSTER MOTHERS. THE GUARDIANS of the Merthyr JL Tydfil Union require the services of Three Single Women or Widows as Foster Mothers at their Cottage Homes. Candidates must not be less than 25 years or over 40 years of age, and must alsc he total abstainers. Birth Certi- ficates must be presented to the Guard- ians by successful candidates. The Candidates will be Medically ex- amined,, and they must sit for an ex- amination which will be conducted by examiners appointed by the Guardians; subjects, Home Management, and The Care of Children, and the appointments will be made on the result of both ex- aminations. Salary, t22 per annum, to be in- creased every two years to a maximum 41of C26 with board and lodging. The increments are to accrue from the first day of the quarter next after the per- sons appointed have completed two years service. Particulars of the duties to be per- formed, together with syllabus of sub- jects for examination, may be obtained I upon application t(f the Superintendent of the Training School, Aberdare. The appointments will be made sub- ject to ths provisions of the Poor Law Officers' Superannuation Act, 1896: Applications, with copies of three re- cent testimonials, two of which must b? from ladies, must be sent to me by the 9th July, 1913, and must be made upon forms which can be obtained upon application at my office, or by forward- ing me a stamped directed foolscap envelope. By Order, FRANK T. JAMES, Clerk to the Guardians. 184 High Street, Merthyr Tydfil, 25th June. 1913. t Tenders for Post Office. THE POSTMASTER GENERAL gives notice that he requires a new Post Office on lease at Aberdare. Owners of property, builders and others are invited to submit offers of sites likely to prove suitable for the purpose. The sites should be in a reasonably central and convenient position with a superficial area of about 900 square yards —including a yard accessible, if possible, from the side or the rear. Each Tenderer should state the rent asked for the site as it stands, and the rate of interest required on cost of alter- ing an existing building, or of erecting new premises, to the plans of the Post master General. Offers should contain full particulars of dimensions, with a block plan if possible, and should be forwarded on or before the 12th July to the District Surveyor to the Post Office, Cardiff Printed forms of offer shewing the usual conditions of lease may be obtained from the Postmaster of Aberdare. Miners' Offices* THE ABEBDARE DISTRICT MINERS FsDERATiOMinvite owners of property situated in the central portion of Aber- dare, who are disposed to lease or sell their property, to submit terms and particulars not later than July 9th, 1913, to Mr Illtyd Hopkins, 29 Tudor Terrace, Aberdare. HAGGARS To-Night: KING BAGGDT in NEW MAGDALEN. NeKt Week: Two Great Feature Films, SEE BILLS. ALSO Miss FLORENCE TURNER, in EVERYBODY'S DOING IT. Don't fail to see our great Biograph and Vitagraph Pictures and our special English Masterpiece, next week. TO LET. The Graig, Aberdare. This House contains the following accommodation :—Drawing Room, Dining Room, Sitting Room, Kitchen, Scullery and Cellars, four Bedrooms and one Servants' Bedroom, Coach-house and Stable. About eight Acres of Land can be let with the house. Immediate possession can be given.—Apply for particulars to- Messrs. FRANK JAMES & SONS, Solicitors, Merthyr Tydfil- The Urban District Council of Aberdare. Education Committee. TENDERS are invited for the Cleaning JL and Painting daring the Mid-summer Holidays of the Aberaman Boys', Girls' and Infants' Schools according to Specification, which may be seen at the Education Offices. Sealed Tenders, endorsed "Tenders for Painting," must reach me on or before noon on Friday, the 18th July, 1913. The lowest or any Tender not neoes- sarily acoepted. T. BOTTING, Director. Education Offices, Aberdare, July 1st, 1913. NOTICE. I HEREBY GIVE NOTICE that I will not be responsible for any debt or debts contracted by my wife, Sarah Williams, of 2 Sunny Bank, Penrhiw- ceiber, on and after July 2nd, 1913. (Signed) JOHN WILLIAMS. 37 Rheola Street, Penrhiwceiber. Prepaid Small Advertisements. Inserted at the following specially low rates:— One week. 3 wks. 6 wks. s. d. s. d. s. d. 16 words 0 6 1 0 1 6 24 09 1 6 2 3 32 „ 10 2 0 3 0 40 „ 13 2 6 3 9 4S 16 3 0 4 6 These charges apply only to the follow- ing classes of advertisements :—Apart- ments, Situations (Vacant or Wanted), To be Let or Sold, Lost or Found, and Miscellaneous Wants. Remittances may be made by Postal Orders or half-penny stamps. If not prepaid double rate will be charged. Advertisement and Publishing Office6, Cardiff Street, Aberdare. LOST. LOST, between Aberaman and Cwm- bach. 4 Keys, Chain attached. 5s reward.—Return to LEADER Office. ON W'ednesday, June 25th, between Allen's Fruit Shop, Ffrwd Cres., and Phillips Street, Mountain Ash, Pair of Gold-rimmed Spectacles. Finder rewarded on returning to Mrs. Allen. ) Ffrwd Crescent. r 11", m COME AND HAVE AN ICE AT 'MILES' RESTAURANT, 2 Canon Street, Aberdare. DURING the Summer Months we specialise in the production of Ices and other hot weather dainties. We suggest you make i a point of always coming here when requiring light refreshments. Our service is sure to meet with your entire approval. TO LET. SPLENDID Premises suitable for s Fish Supper Bar. Near Grand Theatre. No opposition. Good open- ing for energetic person. Morris, Brooklyn, Aberaman. SITTING Room and Bedroom for One or S Two Gentlemen.—Apply 46 Cardiff Road, Aberdare. HOUSE and shop, 78 Gadlys Road, I ijL Aberdare. Apply 93 Gadlys Road, Aberdare. FURNISHED ROOMS, central—Apply, A.G., .LEADER Office. TWO large Lock-up 8hops, best position Main Street, Mountain Ash. Fine frontages, suit any trade. Absolutely the best business premises in town.—Apply, W. J. Bevan, Tanygraig Buildings, Abercynon. APARTMENTS to suit one or two gentlemen. Central. Apply, 14 "Leader" Office. SITTING-ROOM and bedroom to suit ks one or two gentlemen. Very central.—Apply 82, "Leader" Office. IMPORTANT TO COW KEEPERS: Excellent grazing land for cattle at Duffryn Dare.—Apply R. H. Miles and Sons, Aberdare. HAIRDRESSER'S Shop, High St., Aberdare.—Apply Rock Brewery. APARTMENTS or Board Resi- dence for one or two gentlemen friends. Bath, hot and cold.—Ap- ply A.B., "Leader" Office. FOR SALE. | A FREE-ENGINE TRIUMPH lyiU Motor Cycle. Perfect con- dition.—Sheen's Motor Works, Aber- dare. TWO Houses, One Shop included, Abernant Road. Excellently situated, good condition. Bargains. Reason, owners leaving Aberdare. — Apply Jones, Auctioneer and V aluer, Aberdare. PLEASURE Trap, cushions and JL lamps complete; suit pony 12,1 to 13 hands.—Apply Trap, "Leader" Office. AShed with Corrugated Roof. For particulars and price, Apply S. A. Tinney, T. V. R. Coal Wharf, Aberdare. fO and 59 Pembroke Street, price £ 145 OO each; also 14 Elizabeth Street, price .t220.-Apply T. W. Griffiths, Solicitor, Aberdare. SECOND-HAND Piano, new November. S Phillips, Cambridge. Cost 31 guineas, accept £ 18.—Apply, T. A., LEADER Office FOUR Incandescent Gas Lamps for Outside, 3 burners in each, com- plete with sound globes. Bargain for buyer.—Apply Lennards Ltd., 16 Canon Street, Aberdare. SECOND-HAND TIMBER, suitable s for fencing, fowl-houses, and other purposes.—Apply Samuel A. Tinney, Taff Vale Coal Yard (late E. L. Davies), Aberdare. SAWDUST at Is. per sack.—Apply S Samuel A. Tinney, Taff Vale Wharf, Aberdare. TWO Four-Wheeled Bread Vans. Float. 3 Flat Carts. Butcher or Baker's Covered Cart. Milk Churns. Cob, Pony, & Harness.—Collyer, Auc- tioneer, Mountain Ash. WALLPAPERS from l*d. per roll. Any quantity, large or imall, supplied at Wholesale Prioes. Our ■took exceeds 250,000 rolls of all classes. Write for patterns stating what class you require.—(Dept. 147) Barnett Wall- paper Co., Ltd., Knott Mill, Manchester A WELSH NOVEL by the author of "Maid of Oefn Ydfa." "O'r Cryd i'r Amdo," published price, 1/6; sold for 6d. each at "Leader" and "Tarian" Office, Aberdare. 4 i ~\T WLADFA NEWYDD,V history JL of the Welsh Settlement at Patagonia. Stirring scenes described. Published at 1/ now sold at 4d.— "Leader" and "Tarian" Office, Aber- dare. 1- MISCELLANEOUS. DAIRYMEN requiring a good supply of pure, clean, New Milk, specially cooled, deliveries from our Country Depots, I St. Clears. Special arrangements for accommodation and week-end supplies.- Apply for prices to Cox & Sons, 47 City Road, Cardiff. BOOK-KEEPING. Complete Corres JL) pondence Course. Text and Exercise Books supplied. Terms strictly moderate, payable your convenience. Coaching until successful for any Examination.— Particulars, W. D. Jackson, A.I.8.A., Alderman's House, Bishopsgate, London, E.C. TRADESMEN'S Books written up and accounts rendered by compe- tent clerk in spare time. Aberdare and District.—Apply, T.B., "Leader" Office. Ladles, Read This. DVICE FREE for Btamp.- Mra M. Stewart's famous Female Remedy cidver fails. Address—9, Guinea-st, Bristol. HAVE you anything to sell, or do _t_ you want to buy an article second-hand? Try. an advertisement in this column. 16 words for 6d. APARTMENTS to let or wanted. Try a small advertisement in the "Aberdare Leader." Hundreds suited. 16 words for 6d. WANTED. A GIRL, about 16 years of age, used to housework and children. — Apply George, fruiterer, Weatheral St. WANTED at once a young woman as housekeeper. Must be fond of children. Good home. — Apply, Geo. Shenton, 29 Fothergill Street, Aber- nant. SITTING Room and Bedroom. Cen- tral. Piano; good cooking. Moderate.—Apply, F.A., c/o "Leader." BOARD and lodgings wanted by young gent. Central; bath; terms moderate.—14 Cardiff Street, Aberdare. GOOD Unfurnished Apartments by married couple. — Apply A. D., Leader Office. TYPEWRITING. 2d. per folio, JL paper provided. Carbon Copies 3d. each. Prompt attention. Write or send to Typist, 16a Bond Street, Aberdare. CROCERY. WANTED a Young Man to deliver and assist in Stores. One accus- tomed to horses preferred.—T. Lloyd, Commercial Street, Aberdare. Jlhtdat IfltÚt With whioh is incorporated the "Aberdare Times." Established 1861. Tel., 136. CIRCULATING THROUGHOUT THE ABERDARE AND MOUNTAIN ASH DISTRICTS, YNYSYBWL, GLYN NEATH, AND MERTHYR & RHONDDA VALLEYS

The Abercynon Controversy.

Pension for Dyfed.

"A Beggar Artist."


Aberdar a'r Cor Mawr.

. Boy Drowned at Cefnpennar

- Drowning Fatality at . Aberaman.

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Charge of Wounding.