l Don't Forget It! THA T ￼ ￼ t Hold by far the L&rgest Selection of every description of Household Furniture In the Principality; that every Article is Warranted, and that all Goods are Sold at the Lowest Possible Margin of Profit. ￼ ???ErVuAAN M T& ?OMR?'Y ? ,pGEST ￼ ?? tt?? f AND??T.H..E f?' ￼ ￼ ￼ ?FURNJStlERS Don't Forget It! THAT BEVAN & COMPY., CARDIFF, NEWPORT, SWANSEA, And from all other Branches, De- liver Goods Free up to 200 Miles, and Pay the Train Fares of Cash Customers. Registered and known far and wide as The Cardiff Furnishers." >■■■■■■——I ii*an "Trrmriirr m MM IIII mil mi i r LUCKY" THE DAY OF PERFECT HAPPINESS WEDDINC, t should be crowned by the tbmght that the symbol of your wedding joy is RINGSN ? ???'??'??????????? ?:??/ 1 the most petfecttb?t money can buy. H. Samuel's Lucky" Wedding Lat*« fMh.oMMe t???? A ?M??? Rings are perfect—perfect in their golden purity, perfect for sterling value, Court styles in Hall )???' ?.?? ? tL?-'?????? fl inarked Solid Gol d. t??i? 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Re-upholstering, Re-polishing and Repairs done only by Ex- perienced Workmen. No Shoddy Work done. ESTIMATES FREE FOR ALL WORK Special Show of Kitchen Dressers, Bedroom Suites, Bedroom & Ware of every description. J Motor Cycles, Cycles, and all Accessories. Venetian Blinds a Speciality. Buy with a Firm with a Half-a-Oentury's Reputation. ISRAEL FINE, Lawn Terraoe, Rhymney, and Commercial Street, New Tredegar. HEARSE, Light, Glass Sides; equal -M New Low Price, Cash or Terms.- Marston, 24, Bradford St., Birmingham. ONE tablespoonful Karswood Poultry Spice supplies 20 bens one day and ensures eggs. Packcts 2d., 6d., Is. Sold by Da vies & Son, Chemists, Rbymney. I i 'i') It M F j -t.YL. (;) ,;2L\' I "k ^^AMBERT < ,iW 01 t ￼ LAMBERT ? ÛTLER'S iWAVtRLEY j?S Straight Cut Virginia 8 CIGARETTES || Your cig«r«tt<!s are your daily comç.niC" solace in time* & of mental worry; a comple- K ment to your happy moments. 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Webster, 34, Great Ormond Street, W.C. 1. MONEY rem WASTE PAPER. Old Books, Magazine*, Newspapers, Journals, and all kinds of paper purchased for cash. Best prices. Prompt payment on receipt. Send by Goods Train to GRIFFITHS, 16. John Street, Adelphi, LONDON, W.O. I^LESIf-AND BLO('D NOVEL of the Film. The .r-Cinem_ Star. A:11,ibrari, and B,,o The Great Potato Boom, 190 3 -4 Its Rise, Progress, and Fall clearly explained by 1 T. JUJUI, MAREHAM LK-FEN, Boston, Lincolnshire. P-may now. Post free, 7d., from the Author. | public ^otice» ADMINISTRATIVE COUNTY OF MONMOUTH. THE PUBLIC HEALTH (VENER- EAL DISEASES) REGULATIONS, 1016. COUNTY SCHEME FOR THE PRE- VENTION AND TREATMENT OF VENEHEAL DISEASES. In pursuance of their powers under the Public Health (V enereal Diseases) Regulations, 1916, the Monmouthshire County Council, acting in conjunction with the Council of the County Borough of Newport, have formulated a scheme for the Prevention and Treatment of Venereal Diseases, which has received the provisional approval of the Local Government Board. It is desired to give public notice of the FACILITIES AVAILABLE UNDER THE APPROVED SCHEME, viz., VENEREAL DISEASES occur as the result of immoral conduct, but may be spread in other ways. THE EFFECTS OF THESE DISEASES upon the individual and the race are GRAVE AND FAR-REACHING. It has been demonstrated that PROMPT RECOGNITION AND SCIENTIFIC TREATMENT of these diseases will enable the patient to avoid these grave after-consequences. Arrangements have been made for FREE TREATMENT FOR ALL. Male and female persons suffering from these diseases can have proper scientific treatment UNDER CONDITIONS OF SECRECY. I the following Treatment Centre is at present available for Monmouthshire :— ROYAL GWENT HOSPITAL, CARDIFF ROAD, NEWPORT, EVERY MONDAY (except Bank Holi- days) from 2 to 5 p.m. EVERY THURSDAY, from 2 to 5 p.m. Adequate arrangements have also been made at the Public Health Labor- atory, the County Hall, Newport, for special bacteriological investigations etc., under the scheme. Further information as to these facil- ities, so far as they relate to the Admin- istrative County of Monmouth, and copies of a special leaflet on the dangers of Venereal Diseases, can be obtained from the undersigned. D. ROCYN JONES, County Medical Officer. The County Hall, Newport, Mon. August 1st, 1917.
ABERBARGOED. I Active preparations are being made by the energetic committee of the Aberbargoed Hospital Sports, to be held at the Park, Bargoed, on Satur- day, September 1st. The programme is a huge one, and includes a flower show, fur and feather, and a baby show. Something like iClOO are to be awarded in prizes.
RHYMNEY. 1 NEW PASTOR.—We learn that the Rev. D. Overton, Dinas, Rhondda, has accepted the pastorate of Mount Carmel Congregational Chapel, and will commence his ministry early in October. KILLED IN ACTION,-News has been received during the past few days, of the death as a result of wounds, received in action, of Private Hall, (Ramsden-street). Deceased who previous to joining the Army was employed at one of the local collieries, leaves a young widow and son. The death is also reported of Private Vivian Bowering, eldest son of Mr and Mrs Bowering (High-street), and of Private D. H. Morris, son of Mr W. Morris, Carno-street, and until a few months ago an employee at the Co- Operative Stores, each of whom have made the supreme sacrifice to their country's call. A SAD BEREAVEMENT.—General sympathy will be expressed with Miss Keren Morgan, the well-known local vocalist, in her sore bereavement occasioned by the sudden death of her mother, which took place at her home in Jerusalem-street on Wed- nesday morning. The suddenness of the event will be realised when it is stated that the deceased lady was out the previous evening. Thus, within a comparatively short period, Miss Morgan has been bereft of father, mother, and her only sister, a very severe trial. COMING EVENTS.—The Bculah Engli-h Baptist Cli ir, conducted by Mr. D. T. Williams, A. C., will give two performances at the Vic- toria Hall of the pretty operetta, A Holiday on the Sands, on Thursday and Friday evenings, September 13th and 14th. The performances will be given in full character. A few weeks later, the English Wesleyan Chapel Choir, under the direction of Miss Madge Thomas; will perform The Magic Key, another interesting operetta. The concert season in the town, I therefore, promises to be a busy one. A DOUBLE VICTORY.—The Rhym- ¡ ney Male Voice Party, under the efficient conductorship of Mr. Abel E. Jones, A. C., had a big programme in hand on Bank Holiday. In the morning the choristers journeyed to Blaenavon, where they competed at a successful eisteddfod organised by the Chamber of Trade in that town. The test piece was The War Horse (Jenkins), for which a prize of £ 15 was offered. Five parties appeared on the platform, and the competition was of a spirited character. The best tradi- tions of Rhymney were fully sus- tained, and after a very inspiring performance the local choristers were awarded the prize. Success also attended the party at Crumlin the same evening, for their admir- able rendering of Martyrs of the Arena. Thus a double victory was achieved. We join our readers and the public generally in offering warmest congratulations to con- ductor and choir upon their notable successes.
XEW HAM t, BARGOED. The enterprising manager of Bar- goed's favourite amusement house, the New Hall, is bent upon providing the local public with the latest produc- tions, and a fine menu is advertised for Monday next and during the week Mr Josh. Clifton, the noted actor and entertainer, will present his musical comedy melange, entitled Here we are" (by Henry Dowley), in five I interesting scenes. The oast is a fine one and includes Josh. Clifton, Harry Ellis, Len Norton, Vera Rejane, Ray Barry, the Fortuna Quartette and the celebrated Five X Rays. The setting is excellent and if you wish to spend a really enjoyable evening next week don't fail to turn in at the New Hall.
RHYMNEY DISTRICT COUNCIL. At the ordinary meeting of the members of the Rhymney Urban Council, held on Wednesday even- ing, when there were present :— Messrs D. James, J.P., W. T. Hopkin B. Probert, with W. H. Trump, Clerk, Dr. R. V. de action Redwood, M O.H. and Mr Lloyd W. Marks Surveyor. The Chairman drew attention to the allowance now made to menbers when attending conferences etc, from home. The present fee of 10s. per day, was far too small, and although he was willing to do all that he could for the public, he. could not be expected to do it at a loss. The recent conferences at Newport was to him a financial loss of 10s.—The clerk pointed out the increased railway fares and the food tariffs.-On the motion of Mr W. T. Hopkin, the matter was referred to the Finance Committee. The Medical Officer reported that during 4be month there bad been 79 notifications of measles, of which 65 were in the Lower Ward. One death had taken place. He now added, that since the report bad been printed, another two deaths had taken place.— Mr Ben Probert. Is the epidemic abating ?-Dr. Redwood replied that he could scarcely say so. The number of children per house was heavier in the Lower Ward than in the Middle Ward; but as the measles spread to the Upper Ward, he anticipated that there would be a return of the con- ditions which prevailed in the Lower Ward. The measles were of the ordinary kind and not German measles. Mr W. T. Hopkin drew attention to the abnormal consumption of water per head, per day, of 36 gallons.— III Lloyd Marks said they were proceeding with the search for break- ages, as fast as possible, but he was afraid there was still a number undiscovered. It was the same all over the country, and bad been since the last severe frost.-Mr T. R. Jones asked whether the people were care- ful of the taps in their houses.—The Surveyor replied that he was afraid that people were somewhat negligent in this respect.—Mr W. T. Hopkin said this was a great pity, as every gallon of water bad to be paid for, and instead of the undertaking being a success, it was now a loss. The Surveyor reported that he hoped to complete the tar spraying at Abartysswg, and asked if it was the intention of the Council to proceed with other streets in Rhymney. It was decided that as the season was so far advanced, not to carry out any further spraying this year. A letter was read from the County Council, asking the Urban Authority to submit by the 25th inst. plans of the proposed sites for the erection after the war, of dwellings for the people. -The Surveyor said that was almost impossible.—It was decided Ion the motion of Mr W. T. Hopkin, to open negotiations with the Rhym- ney Iron Company, and the Tredegar Company, for available sites.—The Chairman with Mr D. T. Williams and Mr Ben Probert, also the Sur- veyor and Clerk were appointed to attend the Conference. A letter was read from Mr Timothy Davies, on behalf of the Trades and Labour Council, asking the Council that the arrears of rents carried forward, on the tenants of the Coun- cil's houses in respect to the excess rents charged, should be wiped out and the monies refunded to those who had paid.—It was decided that the Clerk should look the matter up. Af
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