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Pontypridd. For Best and Cheapest Wo^ing Bonts at 3s lid 4s 6d, 4s lid, and 5s lid, go to Dai,iea, PBEK PRESS Buildings, 23, Taff street, Pontypridd. 4J07 FENNELL'S, 12, Market street, F^YP^'DD (opposite the Post Office). Call and see Fine Display of Fish. Mr Gerald Bruce, solicitor, applied at Wed- nesday's police court for the temporary transfer of the license of the Tredegar Arms, Pontypridd, from Mr R. H. Williams who had left, to Mrs Jaae Jenkins, wife of Mr William Jenkins, contractor, Cilfynydd. The application was granted. DURING THE STRIKE Dr. Tibbies' Vi-Cocoa reduced to 5d. and 7d. per tin at W. H. Key s, The People's Cnemist, 90, Taff street, Ponty- pridd. 4225 NURSERY HAIR-WASH promotes the growth of the hair and keeps it free from nits, &c. 6d per bottle, or post free 9d.-Key, rhe People's Chemist, Pontypridd. 4225-2 Miss Eva Barker, of Albert road, graig, who daring her twelve years' residence at Pontypridd has won for iherself a large circle of friends, left the town on Monday for her new home at Com- mondeal, Yorkshire. At Wesley Church Sunday School, on Sunday, she was made the recipient of a teacher's Bible and a Wesley's Hymn and Tune Book, the gifts of the choir and her fellow- teachers. In making the presentation Mr M. Julian referred to the recipient's usefulness in the chapel, school, and Band of Hope, and ex- pressed the extreme regret which all felt at los- ing her. Miss Barker very briefly but feelingly replied. Few doz"in pairs of Ladies' and Gent's Tennis Shoes to clear below cost at DAVIES'S, Free Press Buildings, 23, Taff street, Pontypridd. 4284 "You can see with half an eye that FRANK THOMAS (" My Hatter,") sells the best 3/9 Hat. 2838 The 6th Carabineers (Dragoon Guards) left Pontypridd on Saturday morning for Aldershot. The officers were exceedingly busy overnight in making arrangements for the departure of the squad. When the troops left the stables of the New Inn and Butchers' Arms a large crowd awaited them in the streets and followed them to the railway station. Here a special train was in readiness to convey the troops, and for half an hour there was quite an interesting scene. Mr Felton, stationmaster, with the POrters, superintended the packing of tue lucl,ga.,e of the troopers, and Major Hamilton, lieutenant Cole and Lieutenant Watson gave Sections for the entraining of the horses, Vere safely lodged in the cattle trucks ^thin half an hour of their arrival at the At 6.30 punctually the train steamed «*, the troopers leaving behind them more friends than foes. They had been stationed in "the town nearly 18 weeks. The Pontypridd Coachbuilding Company (prize winners for carriages) are now doing and &Te prepared to undertake the best class of work in the trade; carriage trimming a speciality. Showrooms are now open.—Carriage Works, Morgan street, Pontypridd. 4123

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