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THEATRE ROYAL, TONYPANDY GRAND ORATORIO PERFORMANCE- HANDEL'S -JT TFSn JOT TP W JK By SALEM CHOIR (120 Voices), Assisted by a selection of choristers from Mid-Rhondda and Ebenezer, Aberdare, ^On JULY 26th, 7900. Morning and Evening Performance. Conductor: Mr. TOM JOHN, Llwynypia The following Artistes will take the Solo Parts :— Soprano: MISS MAY JOHN, R.A.M. Contralto t MISS BESSIE EVANS, R.A.M. Tenor: MR. GWILYM RICHARDS, R.C.M. Basso i MR. IVOR FOSTER, R.C.M. Paul Draper's Cardiff Orchestral Band, 25 Instrumentalists. INSTRUMENTALISTS: Piano, Mrs. BUNFORD, Tonypandy. Organ, Mr. D. LLOYD, I.S.M. and Mr. BEN DAVIES. PRESIDENT: ARCHIBALD HOOD, ESQ., CARDIFF. TICKETS-Ss., 2s., and Is. 262 South Wales & Monmouthshire Brass Band Association. THE TENTH ANNUAL Challenge Cup and Challenge Shield It CONTESTS Will take place At PONTY'PRIDD, on MONDAY, JULY 23rd, 1900, In which 35 Bands will take part. S<r*At the close of the Contest the MASSED BANDS, numbering goo per- formers, will play The Absent Minded Beggar." H. T, RICHARDS, Hon. Sec. 277 AUCTIONEERS. TR. EVANS, AUCTIONEER, ACCOUNT- • ANT, & VALUER, PENTRE, GT AM. House Estate Agent. Rents Collected. Bo k Debts purchased. Commission Agent for the Sale of operty, Machinery, Plant, &c Grocers, Drapers, Boot Dealer' and Surplus Stocks purchased for Cash at the shortest notice. Cash Transactions. Meetings of Creditors called. Trusteeships undertaken. Private Arrangements, and assistance rendered to Tradesmen in difficulties. All Communications Strictly Private. 74 E PARRY THOMAS, • AUCTIONEER, ACCOUNTANT, VALUER, &c., TAFF CHAMBERS, PONTYPRIDD. Sale of Horses, Cattle, &c., held First Wednesday every month, at Pontypridd. Advances made on Furniture for Absolute Sale. 65 H. S. DAVIES & MORGAN, AUCTIONEERS, ACCOUNTANTS, AUDITORS AND VALUERS, ESTATE AND INSURANCE AGENTS, [108 TOWN HALL CHAMBERS, PONTYPRIDD. HARRY DAVIES (Associate Auctioneers' Institute), AUCTIONEER, ACCOUNTANT, VALUER, HOUSE AND ESTATE AGENT, HOTEL AND PROPERTY BROKER, Gibbon's Buildings, Market Sq., Pontypridd, And Cardiff Road, Caerphilly. [1 Q. Deeds of arrangement negotiated. Bankruptcy and other accounts prepared, Meetings of creditors attended. E. T. DAVIES, Auctioneer, Valuer, House and Estate Agent, Mortgage Broker, &c., &c., TON, PENTRE, AND AT MARKET SQUARE, PONTYPRIDD. Sales of Household Furniture held at Auction Room, Pontypridd, every Wednesday at one o'clock. 30 30 WINDSOR, JENKINS & Co., Accountants and Auditors. RENTS AND DEBTS COLLECTED BY EXPERIENCED COLLECTORS. Tradesmen's Books posted and audited. 54, Hannah Street, Porth. 6 DAVID M. WILLIAMS, Accountant, Auditor and Actuary. Insurance, House, and Estate Agent. Deeds ef Arrangement, Mortgages, and Transfers of Properties negotiated. Bankruptcy and Probate of Will Accounts prepared. Friendly Societies' Valuations made upon low terms. Debts collected. ——— 214 BRYN GELLI HOUSE, TONYPANDY. JONES & WILKINS, SADDLERS AND HARNESS MAKERS, 64, HANNAH STREET, PORTH. All kinds of heavy and light harness and collars made on the premises. Repairs neatly and promptly executed. Contractors for any number of horses. 218 4 Summer Holidays. Special Notice. Readers of U THE RHONDDA LEADER 11 can now obtain their copies from Agents at the following Holiday Resorts )' • Abei-ystivyth-Evans Bros., 17, Pier Street; E. & N I. Jenkins, 21, North Parade. Builth—Howard Lewis 6 and 7, Market Hall; Miss Owen, Broad Street. Llanwrtyd Wells—Miss M. Williams, News- aSent- • nn LLANSTEPHAN—EVAN T. DAVIES, LLIE LM- porium, Porthcawl-David Hutchinson, Stationer; Mrs R. Thomas, Stationer. Mnmble-Mrs, Orrin, tationer, Post Offiec; Mrs. E. John, Newsagent; Mrs. Howell, Newsagent. Tenby—C. Farley, 46, High Sireet; 1. LIL- ling, 7, 'High Street; J. E. Amett, The-Library Weston-Super-Mare—Lawrence Bros., 28, High Street; J. Manning, Clareinont; W. Lever, 21, Regent Street; H. Jelly, Meadow Street. MOTHERS 2 IS THIS WISE? e I I i, YOUR LITTLE BABY suffers from dis- orders incidental to infants-all babies do you take no particu- lar notice of it for this reason, or probably you give baby a pow- der, and say to yourself, Oh, baby will be all right again to- morrow." This Illustration is drawn just to show you you're wrong. is one way to clean the little child's straw hat, but it is not the best way. So with your little one. You may think you're doing right, but are you? let us re- mind you that the BEST way to keep baby in per- feet health and bring quick relief from pain during Teething is JONES & SON'S RED X»ROPS .IAIL-vk& This ideal infant's medicine is one of the finest things known for all disorders of young infants, curing Gripes, Convulsions, Tooth Fever, and all derangements of the Stomach and Bowels, and it is positively harmless to the youngest infant. Keep it in your homes. Try it and get convinced. To be had from the following agents at Is 1 \d per bottle PONTYPRIDD-MR. Arnott, Chemist. PORTH-Mr. T. Davies, Chemist. TONYPANDY—Mr. Kmrys Richards, Chemist. LLWYNYPIA—Mr. J. W. Richards, Chemist. TREORCHY—Mr. Protheroe, Chemist. FERNDALE—Mr. Burgess, Chemist. TYLORSTOWN—Messrs. J. Morgan & Co., Stores. Agents wanted where not represented. Or direct from the Manufacturers on receipt of 15 stamps JONES & SONS, Manufacturing Chemists, LLANIDLOES, Mont. 142 D. DAVIESS, Cabinet Maker and Complete Funeral Furnisher, I 47, NORTH ROAD, PORTH. All orders promptly attended to. 219 ESTABLISHED 1888. JOHN WILLIAMS UNDERTAKER AND GENERAL FUNERAL I FURNISHER, 30, HIGH STREET, CYMMER. WorkS-OYMMER ROAD, PORTII. A good assortment of Wreaths, Crosses, &c., always in stock. Carpentry and Joinery in all its branches. 228 SHIPPING AGENCY. Mr. J. PARRY, 30, Sherwood Terrace, Llwynypia The oldest established Agency in the Valley. Passengers booked to all parts. SPECIAL AND PERSONAL KNOWLEDGE OF CANADA. 189 -z .Z. I m I JOHN NEST JONES, MONUMENTAL SCULPTOR, Near the Miskin Hotel, TREALAW. TOMB RAILINGS OF KVKRY DESCRIPTION SUPPLIED. ,t.: Monuments, Tombs, Headstones, Crosses, Fonts, Fenders, &c., in stone, marble, and granite. Inscriptions cut, tombs renovated and graves bricked at the shortest notice. 235 MR. DAVID LLOYD, Teacher of the Pianoforte, Organ, Singing Theory, &c. l'upils successfully prepared for Associated Board of Royal College Academy, Incorporated Society ot Musi- cians, and Trinity College. Local Examinations. Engagements accepted for Concerts and Eistedc fodau. 202 Address: HAYDN HOUSE, TONYPANDY, CIZYIDFC8 "b E. I Rhondda Valley. SALE OF VALUABLE LEASEHOLD PROPERTY MESSRS. HENRY LEWIS & SONS HAVE received instructions to offer for Sale by Public Auction, at the Court Hotel, Clydach Vale, on MONDAY, JULY 23rd, 1900, at 4 o'clock in the Afternoon, subject, to Con- ditions of Sale to be then produced or read, and in such Lots as shall be then determined, all those 3 COTTAGES & GARDENS, situate and being Nos. 91, 92, and 93, Jones-street, Blaenclydach, Clydach Vale, and now in the occupation of John Price, Henry Evans, and John Llewellyn, at the Monthly Rent of £1 3s. each respectively. The Premises are held under an Indenture Lease, for the Term of 99 years from the 1st day of May, 1891, at a small apportioned Ground Rent of E3. For further particulars apply to the AUCTIONEERS, GELLIHIR FARM, NELSON, GLAM. June 21st, 1900. 270 The place to spend August Bank Holiday. Y Gwir yn Erbyn y Byd." "Iesu Na'd Gamwedd." Swyn Cenedl yw Sain Canu." BUILTH WELLS Annual Eisteddfod And CONCERT Bank Holiday, Monday, August 6th, 1900. CHIEF ITEMS. 1. MALE CHORAL CONTEST, for Choirs not less than 35 in number that will best render "The Pilgrims" (Dr. Parry). First prize, E20 Second, £ 10. 2. MIXED CHORAL CONTEST, for Choirs not less than 30 in number that will best render "God be Merciful" (Il. Watkins). Prize, £ JQ 3. LADIES CHOIR CONTEST, for Choirs not less than 20 in number that will best render Yr Haf" (The Summer) (D. Emlyri Evans). Prize, 95 5s. 4. Contest for Parties of Mixed Voices, that will best render "March Triumphale" (Bradsworih). Prize, zCl Is. 5. Vocal Duett, Tenor and Bass, "0 Lovely Gwalia (S. Rees). Prize, £1 10s. Solos, Vocal and Pianoforte, El Is. each. Recitations, Freehand and Shaded Drawing, &c. Fretwork, Walking Sticks, and Horse Shoe Competitions. See complete list of subjects, Id. each, by post I-Id. Entries close on July 16th. The following first-class Artistes will appear in the Evening Concert- Soprano MISS MAGGIE DAVIES. First appearance since American Tour. Baritone MEURIG JAMES, Esq., London. W CHORUS OF 200 VOICES. The Builth and District Harmonic Society's first appear- ance since the Easter Eisteddfodau victories. Conductor-LLEw BUALLT. Special railway facilities from all parts. Further particulars from the Hon. Sees.— Messrs. TOM JONES and J. J. DLTGOAN. Brockland House, Builth Wells. 268 A TONY REF AI L. Great Gospel Temperance Mission MR. TENNYSON SMITH IN AINON CHAPEL, TONYREFAIL, Every Evening at 7.30, until Tuesday, I July 24th. Admission Free to all Meetings except the last night. .n. Farewell and Special Night Tuesday, July 24th, THE GREAT TRIAL OF ALCOHOL RIAL OF ALCOHOL Judge-Mr. HOPKIN ROWLANDS. Prosecuting Counsel- Mr. TENNYSON SMITH. Defending Counsel- Mr. T. PHILLIPS, Solicitor. WW A Jury of local gentlemen will be em- panelled to try the case. Popular Price, 1/- to all parts of the building. Persons who purchase Tickets by Monday Evening will be admitted by early doors with- out extra charge at 7 o'clock. Ordinary doors open at 7.15. Trial to commence at, 7.30. A71 The Oldest Established Business in Porth John. Humphreys, UNDE ilTAK Ell, 123, NORTH ROAD, PORTH (Next door to New Methodist Chapel). Hearses, Shellibiers & Mourning Coaches supplied on the shortest notice and at very reasonable charges. 279 AGENTS IN LONDON J'TL FOR THE "RHONDDA LEADER." Black & Co., 9, Catherine Court, E.C. Browne, T. B., Ltd., 163, Queen Victoria Street, E.O. Clarke, Son and Piatt, 15, Graceuhurch Street, E.C. Hannaford, T. W., 5759, Ludgate Hill, E.O. King, J. G., and Son, 10, Bolt Court, Fleet Street, E.C. Mather & Crowther, 10, 11, 12, New Bridge Strt it, E.C. Mitchell, C., and Co., Mitchell House, Snow Hill, E.C. Sell's Advertising Agency, 132, Fleet Street, E.C. Smith's Advertising Agency, 167, Fleet Street, E.C. White, F. G., 90, 91, Queen Street, E.O. AGENT IN GLASGOW. A FOR TIIE "RHONDDA LEADER." Mr. J McMurtrie, 11, Bothwell Street. For the convenience of advertisers in the West of England, a copy of the "Rhondda Leader "is regularly filed, and may be seen at any time at Jones Bios., Advertising Offices, 37, Queen's Road, Clifton, Bristol, RHONDDA URBAN DISTRICT COUNCIL. TO CONTRACTORS. The Council in.Ue Tenders for the fol- lowing works, viz. 1. For the Construction of Culvert Widening of Road -t Penygraig. 2. For Forming Footpath at Trealaw. Plans and Specifications may be seen i.nd Forms of Tender obtained at the Surveyor's Office, Council Oliices, Pentre, upon de- positing the sum of one guinea for each of the above, which will be returned upon the receipt of bona fide Tenders. All Tenders must be delivered under seal by 12 noon on Friday, the 27th inst., ad- dressed to Llie Utiaijuian. lihonaaa Urban District Council, Pentre, R.S.O., Glam. xiie Council do not IHnatllGIllSdves accept the lowest or any Tender. By Order, W. J. JONES, Surveyor. 16th July, 1000. Rberystwytq Restaurant, The Great Footballers' Resort and Commercial House, Five Minutes' Walk from Llwynypia Station- Hot Dinners Daily from 12 till 2. Every comfort, convenience and perfect attention. 275

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