BIRTHS, MARRIAGES, AND ] DEATHS. J BIRTHS. JONES.—To Mr. and Mrs. Isaac T. Jone.s at Cynghordy Farm, Morriston, a son Octo 1 er 20th. 1919. 117A10-<i5 AV ILrIA.W,' .-(in October 14th. at Plas Givyi Poutardufais, the wife of E. Arthur Wil- j liams. cf a sen. 11SA10-22 MARRIAGES. l'AYXiv-JOSKPH.-On October 22nd, at St. I James' Church. Swansea, by tb-o Kev. R. C Knox. Frederick Charles, only £ on of Mr. and the late Mrs. T R. Payne. Ulen- owen." Bryn-road, Sua rise L to Kate, elder daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. Joseph. Wind- sor-terrace. Swansea. 117A10-25 PHILLIPS—COLE.—At Clyne Church, by the Rev. Harold Williams (Vicar of Oyster- mouth;. William Rees Phillips and Minnie1 Cole, daughter of John and the latp Annie Cole. of Manseltcn. 117A10-73 LL'WIS—OWEN.—On Sunday 19th October. I at Memorial Chanel, bv the Rev. F. C. White (pastor), Ruti Louie (Louie), youngest daughter of Mrs. and the late Mr. John Owen, of 11 Westbury-street. to Reginald Walter (Beg b eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. G. Lewis, of 53 Waterloo-place, Brynmill 117A10-23 DEATHS. ¡ rGWELL.On October 19tli. at Trijsymoiid I Glais Morgan Powell, aged 74. Public funeral 'rhursdy 23r,l. for AHtwen grave- yard. C-Ut-22 THANKS FOR SYMPATHY. I JOXES -Mri;. Charles Jones and family I Dillwyi: Square, Brynhyfryd, desire to thank all iriende for their kindness atiu ¡ sympathy shown them in their recent sad bereavement, alco for kind letters tilci ¡i floral tributes sent. U7A10-24 CREEK.ti-,s Creek and k',imi'v, 6. Nelson- terrac-. desire very eircerc-ly to thank friends for eympathv. letters, and floral tributes LI their sad bereavement, 112A10-23 IN MEMORIAM. I J?tF?.—Er oof am Trevor, ein anwyl frawd, yr bwn a- fu farw yn I'frainc, Hyuref 2-1, 1916.—0ddiwrth Jane a Willie, Morris- street, Treforis. 118A10-22 JOH.-K' eof am Trevor yr hwn fu farw 1 ar faes y gad, Hydref 21st. 1918.—Oddiwrth Auntie Biod, a Beacie yn Nghlandwr BE VAN —Jn loving memory of Jonathan William BeHUJ, Drake Batt., R.N.D., who was killed in France, Oct. 216t, 3916.—Al- ways remembered by bis Mother. Brothers and Sister. 117A10-25 DYER.—In loving remembrance of our de- voted son, Thomas James Dyer, 43, Com- pass-street, Mansclton killed in action. Oct. 22nd, 3916.—Sadly missed by his Mother, Father, Sister and Brothers. 117A10-23 HUGHES.—In affectionate remembrance of David Hughes ships' rieger, who passed away on October iy'8 Not dead to 113 who loved him. but only gone be- fore."—From wife and daughters. 144A30-24 WILLIAMS.—In sweet and loving memory of our dear son. Lieut W Bernard Wil- j,a,m, 14th Battalion Welsh Regiment, killed in action in France 20tb October, 1918. From father and mother, 22, Mor- fydd-f-treet. Church Souare. Morn-ton 114A10-24 LEWIS.—In loving memnry- of Pte John Lewio. who parsed aivtv on October 20th, 1915. Days of eadness still come o'er us. Tears of sorrow tift-i flow Memory keeps him ever near U3, Though he died four years ago. Ever remembered by his, loving wife. fon. daughters. 114A10-22 HOWELL.In loviiier tnemorv of our dea^ father Edward Howell of Southend. Mumbles who passed awoy October 22nd, 19.8. Fondly remembered by bis loving wife. sons, and r'n.ns'hter.j A lihti from our household gone, I The voice we loved is stilled; A mace i> vacant in cir heart* Whu-b never can be filled 118A30-?? '1' YLOR.- I:: lovin:r memory of mv dear luisoand Ptc. D J. Ta.vlo- killed in tion October 21st, 1918. Too well loved to la. for:ro1 ten Frjeridp. may think that I forget you, I at times they o me smile; But thev little know the sorrow Which that HajJ" hidee all the while. arllT n.irsed by his sorrowing wife and IUNDEi; —In loving remembrance of uut clear dad who departed tbb, life on Octo- ber 2iiid, 1918. Oit timeo we sit and think of YOU. « ben we are all alone; Fo: uf-iiiory is the only thing That grief can call ita own. fe^ -oms da.r we hope to mee: you. sonie (lav-we wiie,n J -o shad clasp your lianj in the Better I Land And neve part again Ever remembered by h? afFertwnate pou Albert. I?uie. A die 2 nù Mori a. 118A30-22 CINDER In lovin? remembrance of our ?'* dad. ??' departed this life on October ￼ 9,6 w.X ns;M 55 from our household gone, Avo.ccwelovediagtiUpd- j A T,la;?? is va?nt in ou;" healu ,Lic!} never can bo 6'Icd Ever remembered by hi6 loving wife -or,, 3.18A30-22 l°Tinc memory of cur dear father. Thomas Edward Hinder, of 37. !or. ￼ :M:aMelt'l, who died ?ctob? 22n.l. 1)!?l :1 'L'nt?i.hodawrofcternity when we meet to part no more." Ever I l'emrml:E'J'NI by hi3 loving dat?htprs. :a?rie: also randchildren n imam Edward and little Cass ?8?10-?2 ?tV?'?'"?' ??"?.?PTT.ory of 'ViHiam. ?c ￼ dpp?rtod husband of Elizabeth ? MH?ms. 6. Lambert Cottaga. who pa??pd a?w- a at th ?atl?a HODitaJ October 2' "dfl, y 'ris?d by,hi? 6orrowing 'inow ? ?? h? known W" ",hall I.¡now n" we ha.yp known hf! the mists h3T rolled awav. 1;SA10- MtXCHErj.A.-tr. Iov;'ic n?rrot-y of ?v dear Lmband, Pascoe Mircbflla, ?, X?'th. roa(i ?afod who paseed away on Octo- her 19j8, after a lont? iU- vc^: -\go d- Eyer remembered hy lii, sorrowing wife and children 118A13-&2
1 DAIRY SHOW. I i Local Poultry Breeder's Win, I South TVialos is well represented in a!i sections of the annual cUtirv show of the British Farmers' Association which opened at the Agricultural Hall, tozi- don, on Tuesday. Amonsst the judges is Mr. Reginald Great, flaverfordwest. one of the three adjudicators of the but- ter-making contests. The first day's judging resulted iu a number of awards to local exhibits in the poultry classes. Among them were the following: — Champions, cockerel: 3rd, reserve, T.h.c., and c, the Rev. E. Lewis Jones. Neyland; h.c., Mrs. Maggie Jones, Llandilo. Wvsndotte white pullet: i.e., George Griffiths, Landore. Anconas: h.c., Tom D. Thomas, Bryn- amman. Ditto, single comb pullet: 3rd, D. J. Jones, Carmarthen. Minorca black roseeomb cockerel or pullet: v.h.c., Thomas J. Joseph, Glyn- Neath. Leghorn, white cockerel: 3rd, Frede- rick key, Taibach, Port Talbot. Plymouth rock, any colour pullet: h.c., Messrs. Jones Bros., Upper Bryn- amman.. Any other distinct variety, except banta.ms, cockerel: 1st, John (Greenfield, sen., Abergwili. Ditto, pullet: 1st, Joe H. Spurry. Llanolly. Ditto, clean-logged: r.b.c., Rev. E. Lewis Jones. Ducks.—Indian runiMr, drake: c, Miss Valmai Price, Ystradgynlais, and Wat- son Thomas. Brynhyfryd, Swansea. soii Thomas. 13ryi,,Ii,,fr yd,
(I]? TiTlite ind Ifr. E<]T,Prcls in His l Dearest Possession." Cartle Cinema Thurs- (lay, Friday, and Saturday. I -—— = ='
AT THE DOCKS. I — Arrivals and Sailings of Vessels. DOCK Arrivals.—Dispatch 99 Isigny; Somme 233, Fecamp. Sailings.-—Poilu s J(I, Algiers; Magn- hikl s (>77. Dunkirk; I hois s 257, Havre; Kari s 302, Valencia; Jansland & 1191, Rotterdam. PRrOE OF WALES DOCK. Arrivals.—Thetis £ 267, Rouen; Delor- aine s 103, Sl ValerF. Sailing.—Anine Theree s 52S, Rouen; | Fernanda s ti09, Rou en; Waft 9S, Gran- ville; ~Santes; Calcaria s 223, Rolien. 223, Kouen. XORTH DOCK. I Arrivals.—Alpha b Avonmoutli; Para- fike.vi E> 115, St. Malo; Agra s 62, Avon- mouth; Dolphin -16. Avonmouth. Sailings.— Iorfrey s 167, Guernsey: Tamelitin s 228. Dunkirk: Elizabeth 3"\ Avonmouth; Zwaluv mb 118, Newport. SOUTH DOCK I Arrivals.—Anna 140, St. Malo; R H B 24. Sea Fish: Velocity 79, Avonmouth: Iïen- Cross 21, Sea Fish; Patricia 342, Dublin. Sailings.-—Circe s 511, Caen; Daphne s 690, Caen; F and E 19, Sea Fish. MMMMMMMWMMSn
Entries arrivinjr from ail parts for Com- mercial
MUSICAL SUCCESSES. At the examination held in connection with the E.A.M. and R.C.M., the follow- ing were successful in pianoforte pluyin^: Ixiwer division—M aster S'dncv M'iles (Landore); Elementary—Master Harold Dyer (Brynhyfryd): Priryiary-Afiss Linda Thomas, Clivedon," Mt. Pleasant, and Miss Hilda Jone^ Clayton House. The following are Master Miles's eisteddforlic successes: Rhyddings. first prize (under 11); second (unde- 14). F'iraf. prizes under 12 at the foUowiD?: Cwmbwrla, Gors- einon, Crymlyn Burrows, Killay, G<M-?a?, Cockett, Cymmer, Ske-vven, Maesteg, and seoond prize divided at Morriston. The above are pupils of Miss Maggie Thissen, E.A.M., C'feyton-street. Landore.
tNSTRUMENTS FOR THE DEAF. The following can be tried tr«e of charge by any sufferer: The Electrical Double Auricle, Ear Discs, Ear Trumpets Conversation Tllb. S.-ol^' Electrophone and Ear Corner: or they can be tried at l home on payment of a. deposnt. P-iCh. The Chemist, 30, Hisrh-street, sW".
^WW—CTBraaorTwwgn Mi.wjM-iivigg«aBgaiiag.^iw trjv WATTS ml WATTSuO1 jE?cep?oy??? i Value FOR 11 This Week | iN Ladies' Coats, Furs, Ji Dresses and I; Tweeds. j SEE WINDOWS I Oxford Street, SIVANSEA. Of THE | MEETING Which was to be held at York St. Schoolroom In support of Mr. D. Pugsley Gwynne's Candidature IS POSTPONED.
Y DDRAMA GYMREIG Ail Nos Yr Wythnosl Fawr." awr. I I (GAN AWSTIN.) I f m siomwyd neb oedd yn di»gwyi y Ttuasai oil noson "wythnos fawr" y Ddrama Gynireig yn Abertawe yn (Odiawni addewidion y noson gyntat. ]?lae 't li torf lioso,, torf liosog ynghyd, i lenwi'n gysurus yr Albert Hall, nos J'awrtb, a cbawd perfiormiad rarairas gan bwmnl C'apel.AIs, Llanelli, o Xoson o Farrug" (K. G. Berrv), "Y Pwyllgor" a "File la. Fa" CD. T. DaYH\'). Yn hylracb, j'eallai, dylwn ddweyd rtiai y gyntaf oJr töjr drama oedd yr olaf, t'el y cdjwaretnvyd hwy. ac yr oedd y trefniant yn eitbaf priodol. Agorwyd gyda Jile Ma l^a, 5 ilaeth' Y Pwyilgor" ymf'^n yn ail, a I l g or phan oedd yn h wyrlifi daetb ^Noson o Farrug t'ei di weddglo—a liwnnw'ii v.n effeitbiol- iawn. I Dengys yr amrywiaeth tlaroau, yn crystal a'r owmniau, focI" llygaid I weled gan bwyllgor yr ^rythnos fan," a cbeidw rhagkn 0'1'- fath y diddordeb i l'yny, yn ddi-ddadl a di-as, drwy yr oil o'r cynnuliiadau. Codi niae'r ysbryd Cymreig yn Aber- tawo y drddiott hyn, a phrota hvnny ddylatiwad nitidiad fel hwn: ran ddac- thnm i'r fwyddrn, bore (Idno, yr oedd y cy.=sodydd Cymroig wedi ei y-lirydoli mor fthnadol fel y gwresogni galonnau ci llyd-heiriunnwyr. a phan godwyd hwyl cumi yn cu plitb, torra.sant allan, fel Cor Meihion yr lien gastell. nes oedd "Ton y Botd" vn diaspedain drwyJr frenestri ar y geiriau Yn y dyfrcedd iditwr a'r tonniii." Peidiwch dweyd hyn wrtb y golygydd na'r perehonogioti, oblcgid tipyn o secret yw. Ond yn ol at y ddrama. Fel y dyw-edai-; ddoe, nis gallvn i help gwylio tafodiaitli •pold Llanelli, meivii darna-u fel "Blû Ma }"l 'r Pwyllgor," ac. ar y eyfan, d.'ethant drtvy'r ?rch?st yn dda. Yr oedd yr a yn ?r?'?ith ?an .Mi"? Maggie T.loyd, ond. maddened i mi am awgrymu y dylai ledaenn yc-hydig ar yr e yn eretu." Sid" crettu v yw gair gwyr y Brycbau bychain yrr rbai fel hyn, a Kellir eu symml, bron ar amnaid, ac nJ fnaswn yn cyti"wrdd a hw:nt pp na bai Renyf air arbennig o ganmoiiaelh iV roddi ir fonoddiges a <'i?'yd a'r parti oil. (jwn, felly, mai nid dwedyd ust yn P?!'h?tydy]nhc'=r!" (vs dywedai Hir- Aefbog) yr wyf, a g^n, liefyd, na all v ?a?'l sy'n bv.v mewn tv .wrdr dai)u cerry?arprcil!. A ¡Inn<; f,v 6'fdlfa i fr hun )tpddyw. YrofddwT)t<?din)pdrhv? ?d"diawlywa<-?-"v-€di<'i?taddupr? ?an dda?th y p?iriannau cyrrsodi i swydd- ff^ydd neuyddiadnrun. ond uid yw hnnv yn rrir. A ohadd t crotyn du aJr itedog ffael yn y ponnavrd. Yn He Y Ddraraa Ciririreig" cawfom Cymreig," ac yn lie ythnos Cvmrv Abertawe rawd Wythnos Fawr Gvmrv AheT- tawe. Cwlql, Llinynol Eonrm<wn ti Fwynol gyda'r off<ryr<rm nos rawTtl" fel nos Lun. Heno. bydd Cwmni G-,ra-Lin-c-ae-C-iirwe-n yv cbwareu Aeres Maesofdin" (R. N.ni ,,r awdwr, a ehan mai ardal Llanymddyt'ri yw canol- Ti'wyjit y ei-fif, i lawer a wvddant am yr ardal a'i hanes dynnu eu. casgliadau hunain a.c ymddifyrru teewn atgofion bro.
ST. PAUL'S LITERARY ¡ SOCIETY. A well attended meeting of the St. ill's debating and literary "oe;ety was ield on Tnesdav evening in the Lecture naIl. The ev-ning was devo'pd to im promptu speeches. and aboul a scorc of the members tr>k port. The fare re- I vealed vaiieiy in -iubjec-t and talent, and U",lS much appreciated. Mr. A. B. Davies l pid"
THE FUTURE OFj TREFECCA. j I Cynddylan's Protest ￼ SOUTH WALES C.M. | ASSOCIATION. Port Talbot Meetings. I The South Wales Quarterly Association of the Calviiii.-tic Methodists, held at Beth'iny Presbyterian Church, Pert Talbot, opened on Tuesday afternoon, when nearly a hundred delegates attended. They were received by the pastor of Bethany ,tlie Rev. O. Arnold Evans, B.A.) and the officers of the church. 'Hie first meeting of the association was held at three o'clock, the Moderator, the Rev. W. II. Thomas, Maestes, occupying the chair. He wa.s supported by the Moderator- elect, the Kev. H, J. Eeet., M.A., Aberyst- wyth; the secretary, the Rev. W. D. Row- lands, Carmarthen; the ex-secretary, the Rev. B. T. JOTlN. -Ni.,atti; and the treasurer, Mr. R. W. Jones, B.A., J.P., Pengam. and a number of ex-iiioderators-tlic Revc. J. Cyn- ddylan Jones, D.D., W. Evans, M.A. (Pem- broke Doe},r. E. Davie#, M.A. iLla-ndilo), J. Alorsan Jones (Cardiff), W. E. Piydderch (Swansea;, Rees Evans (Llanwrtyd!, Wm. Jones (AberdulaUj, D. H. Willie ins, D.D. (Newport i, Principal Prys (Aberystwytkj, J. Hughc-s, M.A. (Bridgend), and William Lewie (Cwmparcj. After the confirmation cf minutes, the Modei^.tor formally vaeate<l the chair in favour of the Rev. R. J. Ree6, eIJe ilodcrator-elect. FUTURE OF TREFECCA. I The question of the present position ttz!d the future of the Trcfeeca College v as raised on the report of the Trefecca C-om- mittee, appointed at the lait meeting of the association. The Rev. lie wis James, Builth, the secretary of the com-niLtee, in submitting the Teport, said that th->y «oii- sidercd, in view of the considerable nuTnLer of students expected at Trefecca, it was v. (11 to advertise for a bead master at a of £ 350, with house and ja.rd.rn, and a second master at £120. with house ?nd garden. It was a]so decided, in tfiew of i 'e increased expend iture, that all stude its mu3t IYiJ. ;clo each per session, but a .'ant of 14 be made to all ministerial students in lesidence. When the committee met again at Swansea on October 13th to Liitke the appointments, a letter was read i""m the Rev. D. Tudor Jones stating that tbf- probable number of students for next session had been considerably .-daced, and | would not exceed eight. j A long discus^Rm followed, and it was finally decided that the appointment of a headmaster be deferred at leart until the annual meeting in Jun-e. ajid that the college be continued as a, preparatory school, and that the Eev. I). Tudor Jones, who alone during the last session so very efficiently discharged PIP duties involved, be requested to undertake all the duties this -seE,-ion again. The Rev. W. W. Lewis, of Swansea, gave notice of motion to rescind the resolution increasing the fees at Trciecea. CYNDDYLAN'S PROTEST. j After the adoption of the committee's 1 report had been proposed and seconded, Dr. Cyjiddylan Jones remarked that he did I not think the report read was a, full report. Jt was resolved at the committee, he said, to bring the subject before the association with a. view, if necessary, to referring the [ subject in dispute to the judgment of the monthly meeting. He wa-s present, and that certainly was passed. The Rev. Rees Evans: As chairman of that committee, I beg to ray tbet that pro- posal was rejected. The Rev. Lewis James (the secretary of the committee): That was the cabe-it was thrown overboard. This view was c-cnfirmed by other mem- bel's. The Rev. Cynddylan Jones remarked that he was surprised to hear that. Still, he felt that if the association accepted that report it would exclude the consideration of the future character of Trefecca, and the nature of the future teaching there. He wanted the association to have a hand and to pronounce judgment upon the future of Trefecca. The committee, no doubt, had acted according to their wisdom, and while [ they Fay that they had plenary noww., to settle it, as a general principle, he would i object to the. association giving plenary powers to any committee, for the voice of the association could not be heard, and it could not give its final views. He would not enter into the question of the future of the college, but if the adoption of the report meant the exclusion of the con- sideration of the future of the college, he objected to it. a-s the association should be allowed to pronounce judgment upon it. He had a proposal in connection with the college, whi<'h lie would bring forward in due time. but first of all they mu&t settle whether the association had a voice or not. REPORT ADOPTED. I The Secretary (R', ?. ?. Kowland?) read the rcMiution of the LIandov?ry Assor?- tion, giving the Trefecca Committee pkn- ary power to deal with the situation; a,nd I to appoint a principal. The Moderator pointed out th?t the committee's position was c!Mr. He invited Dr. Jcn?s to submit I an amendment. Dr. Oynddylan Jones said he certainly objected to the report settling the future and the tcaeh?nc at the co?pgc. He had a. plan of his own which h? wanted to sub- 'I mit to the association, and he thought it infinitely preferable to the plan they had adopted. If the report WR? adopted, the I mouth ? the association was closed, be- caupe whether the powers were plenary or not he maintained the right of the associa- tion to determine the future of Trefecca College- ) The Rev. R. R. Griffiths, Tonypandy, thought that they could not discuss the Llandovery resolution already confirmed until notice of motion to rescind was unt- rioti-,(, of ino'?;on to recin(I The Rey..John Hughes, M.A., urged that the matter he put to the meeting. ¡ The report was then adopted, Dr. Cyn- ddyl.:1II Jones alone dissenting. COMPULSORY TEMPERANC5 TEACHING. I A vote of condolence was passed with t,ii- I family cf the late R. H. Barrow Wil- liams. Moderator of the The Question of temperance teaching wa-A raised, and a motion was carried urging the monthly meetings to get the oouoatiol1 committees in their districts to make the teaching of temperance obligatory. Mr. F. W. Cole suggested that a deputa- tion should wait upon each education oom- mittee, a,nd thin wa,s referred to the Tem- perance Committee. The association warmly welcomed to their midst, the Hev. T. W. Rees and Dr. H. Gor- don Roberts, missionaries from India, and Dr. Pugh Thomas, Pittsburgh, U.S.A. CHANGES IN THE CHURCH. I Retiring Moderator's Address. The first public meeting was at six, when the retiring Moderator (tho Rev. W. II Thomas, Maesteg; delivered hi*, vadadicvory address. In view cf the changed conditions brought about by the w/ir. he said, the Church must shake off the toipo'- of the t of next oolumii). lp
PARTY SYSTEM. I .<>0- Mr, Asquith Attacks Coalition. Mr. A?quitb, as ['resident, of (he London Liberal Federation, addressed a crowded meeting under the auspices of the Federa- tion at the Cputral Hall. Westminster, on Tue&dav night. Mr. G. JI. Iwwe presided. Mr. Asquith, who had a very enthus- iastic reception, .said in these days of com- promise and accommodation, of loose thinking and of still looser speaking, in his judgment it was of primary imporl- a nee to the liest and most enduring in- terests of the country that the Liberal party should preserve a separate and in- dependent organisation. (Cheers.) Nearly twelve months ago the present Government came into existence. It was elected by a body of voters, a large num- ber of whom had never voted before, and by what lie could only describe as a de- liberate confusion of issues and reckless, iteration of catchwords, many of which had already been consigned to the rubbish heap. The result was th-j return to West- minster of the representative House of Commons ever sat there. The severest and the must savage criti- cism WDf" to be found in the very quarter? which put the present Government and present Parliament in power. The worst enemies of the party system would, he be- lieved, welcome a return to it from this thing which could not be called a system and which had taken its place. IN TERMS OF FINANCE. I In" these ci reuinstances, it was their duty of all to survey the actual situation to which they had been brought, and then in the Iwst intcrct of t h. country and, as they hod always belicvc/l, on the lines of the .Liberal policy, to find the most rapid and effectual way of escape. The situation could be most graphically, a.nd at the same time significantly, described in, terms of finance. Five years ago the total national expenditure was for all pur- poses between £ 500,000 and £ 600,000 a day. It was now, eleven months after the armis- tice, JM,000,000 a day. The debt, was then approaching < £ 650,000,000. It was now, as they knew, very nearly £ 7,000,000,000. The dail, ddlnit in the first fcix months of the current financial year iYlS not less and the total deficit up to a, iveek ago was over or con- siderably more than the anticipated deficit of the whole twelve months. These were appalling figure. Mr. Churchill had said they could not get down at OllCP, to old normal level. That wis quite true, but they could make, an effort to do so. When they came to consider how it was that that effort had either not been made, or, if made, had been made in a halt-hearted and wholly ineffectual fashion. They would find it was very largely due to policy. ''Cheors.) I COST OF RUSSIAN POLICY. He would be very much surprised if the cost of our military operations in Russia did not amount to one hundred millions sterling. (Shamed It would be the duty of Sir Donald Maclean on the re-assemb- ling of the House to elucidate what mater- ial and pecuniary aid was being given there. He asserted that this country had nothing whatever to do with influencing I the opinion or action of the Russian people. The Bolshevik form of Govern- ment appeared to him to be in some re- spects the negation of the sound prin- ciples of democracy, but he knew -is little or even less of what was supposed to be the sllhs-htllte for it, or what was to be put in its. place. He protested against our resources being employed in regard to a purely internal and domestic, question. oli the o?h<,r h?nd, it was of the highest im- porhmct> that the committees cnUf?d on the ba"jg of self-drtermination fh?uld b? free from menace. SHAM PREFERENCE. I How could they expect the world to take seriously their assurances as to a League of Nations so long as the Great Powers set the example of maintaining armaments. We must pay off debt, reduce expenditure for armaments ?nd upCT) !?p(;rfhn<jps of the Ch-i! Spivic?. but- ?e could 11M and ought not to contemplate reduction upon great social services liko education ajiel the proper housing of'the people. It 1vas no use. going oil tinkering with sham preferences for f be Empire. It would mean losing revenue and raising prices. NEW TAXATION. I V\ e must discover and utilise new .sources of taxation. By far the most suc- cessful financial expedient of the war was j he EXCASS Profits Duty. (A Voice: Take the lot," and laughter.) There was wide- spread opinion, and there seemed to him at any rate prima facie evidence that there were large accumulation of wealth made during and to a considerable extent in consequenc of the war, which might, in all justice and in equity, he the primary contributions to the removal of one of the greatest and ))Jod prpg.in5(bur- O,ens-fbo debt created by the war. (Loud cheers.) He went a step further, and said they would have to choose between a defi- nite increase on realisable wealth. He regarded the holding of an inquiry as not I only urgent, but an absolute nece=-sarv. NATIONALISATION. I With regard to that loosely used word Nationalisation," he v.as not prepared, without better evidence, to submit the daily details of the infinitely intricate working of n domestic export in- dustry to the handling of a set of Govern- ment officials. (Cheers.) But did not hinder recognition in the fullest and widest sense of the responsibility of the ^tate in regard to industries which tvere capable of monopolised use, or upon which depended the main necessary snpplipe ond services of the comtnunit** PRIME DUTY OF LIBERALS. I i '1 he primary and supreme d I I t N. of Liberals at this hour was to rescue the country from the morass. The war bad created some new problems, and had re- adjusted the perfective and values of tnøn" eld one-. There was no reason for discouragement. They were witnessing the pas«ing of a transitory phase. They h»d only to work together in the same spirit as of old to save, as they could save, the future of the country. (Toud cheers. Replying to a vote of thanks. Mr. Asouifb paid a high tribute to the gallant fight which Sir Donald Mac-leafi had put up for Liberalism in the Hou.se of Com- mons. Liberalism owed Sir Donald an in- calculable debt for his services. Mr. Asouitb aim referred to the wnrlr of Sir Willoughby Dickinson and to that of Dr. Ch?ford. who pr?i?. h? ?aid, could b0 heard in all Liberal circles.
,r. .-J W?THS BOUQUETS. Et< by KiT. rr'F'XS ? ?K'ALISTS. fn Floral ?f'? Oxt()rrl.. Swansea After 7 o m Tel$63 Centra?. ALl,;M^7r^ JOHNSTON WREATHS -? RO?unHTN. ill thA ?!? Lundon Sty)e L7 Oxforrt-etreet. Tel 667 Central TOO LATE FOR CLASSIFICA- TION. BCLLUC'K BKC?' annuat Sa,le of Jewellery, B Watch(>8, iher, a.nd E.P. Goods; b? discounts. J'ortland-etreet, 8wan3. and ??U?UMns???mbie? U5.M025 JJ.AMilGH'^1 ??LARCER wanted. about X a'?'tcj-p!ate.—State lowest phcc, par- ?''??-?J?_?.?_I?'ter OSicp. n5A?2Z (White and Hy Edwards in (, I I i ?i Castle i?l'????J????dc_y_?nd8a?t?]? -??'??' -JuHiot- Ct?'K —Apply. p&MO];- a ll:: Beor and Wilson. Solicitor. Temple-street. Swa nsea, l?AJO S8 ''pWO W ag'one, two Horses, and Harur. for Sale -1 ili- Farm, Morriston, JIa: Terminui?. I17A10-23 -"r ANTED. Dressmaker, daily, for few it etks able make now and do a Iter a- | tic>ns.—Write Box H 14 Leader Office. I' .7A, 0-1.41 "1 f rALKVT Bedetead and Spring Mattress, t » practically new.—Apply between 6-8 p in.. Lewii, 11, Brynmill-avenue, Swansea I H7A10-24 \?''A?TfD. hmart. Pi-act)cat M?fu?'r? Apply W. James and Son. 94 and ?CO oodfieUl-street. MorrieUm. Also Smart Y()p;t11 Apprentice for Outfitt ing, H8A10-2S T^CONOMISE with your Food!" Make tb., nieat eo further by using Swar.k Sauce and "&? wil he weU. t-ma??el Tpomas and &an Swan<sea L.?— ? 1I8A10-22 n.. A L)tt'? Goes a Lone; Way!" Just a ?? i<-w drops cf the E.T Gravy (?iour- in*. an-, a Delicious Rich Gravy is the re- sult. Emanuel Thomas arn; Son, Swansea. 118A:2 KAfl Go! i Brocade Quilt* (full size) V usnaI price 246. 11d. to clear at 155 i/-d, —Jacol>s, 116, Oxford-street (near Hospital). BARGAINS in Men's. Women's, and cireri's Footwear; large stocks: prices to suit thu smallest pocket.—Jacobs, 116, Ox. ford-stret-t (near Hospital). Swansea H8A10-21 \^r-^NTED Immediately, Good Morning Girl.-Applv, between 6 and 7, Mrs. V:1U;h:1n Edwards, Cefncoed, Uplands. Swansea.. 11&A10-24 LOST, Monday night, Walter-road, Up- lands, Eaton-crescent, Fur Motor Glove; Finder rewarded on returning same to J. R. Wat-kins. Holmesdiale, Eaton- crescent. 118 A 3 0-24 IROX Frame Piano in New Condition. 65 JL Guineas; Hagspiel Grand Pieno. a Bargain. Second-hand Pianos from 30 Cash or Terms arranged: Organs from 10 Giiin a,DRIe, Forty and Co., Ltd., Piano 33. King Edwards-road. ?wp.n???. ■ 138A30-2S JT'OK, Sale, Gent's. Raincoat; never been worn; m?ium &izo: eft 4 Guineas; '?]]J t?kf W.: a Ba gain,-Write, Box ?4. "LC1ldr'" .sI1J&. ?8A.?0_= in i iM—ifrBWBWWiuniiiin—————iw—w ?T?URN R&Co. j Melbourne Garage, St. Helen's Road, Swansea. If we sell you a Car, we take an interest in the future of that Car. AGENTS FOR- Wolseley, Stellite, Minerva, Cadillac, ) CARS I Daimler, Angus Sanderson j Seldon (30cwt.,deiiveryinlmonth) ) rnMiupprfTIAi Daimler (2 ton, delivery in 1 week) VEHICLES A.E.C. (4 ton, delivery in 14 days) j Following Second-hand Cars in Stock:- 16/20 Wolseley Cabriolet, just re-painted, Harrison 11 body, lighting set, disc wheels, late model. 16/20 Wolseley Open Touring, lighting, set, disc | wheels, late model. 14/20 Siddeley Deasy Open Touring, lighting set. 12/22 Palladium 2-seater. 15/20 Mitchell Open Touring, under repair. Com mercial Vehicles- 31 ton Seldon, with magnificent van body—A Bargain. Above arc all in Excellent Condition. (Patents and all rights reserved in all countries.) ) Two Tablespoonsful of "N.P.S." VINEGAR And Water will make a Pint of Beautiful MALTED VINEGAR at a cost of 2d. only. It is Silly to pay more. 4 Kin(Is-(I) Table or Household. (2) Sauce, a Real Good Sauce in itself. (3) Pickling, Ready Spired.. (4) Salad, Sweetened with Saccharin. All Water White, or Pale Straw, Amber, Brown and Dark Colors. For all Purposes, Home, Hotel, Institutional, Manufacturing, Army and Navy, Shipping, Export, Fryers, Peas, Oysters, etc. All one Price. NO TROUBLE.—Make Vinegar as yo-.i want it. Always Freah. Not a Substitute. Absolutely Pure. Treble Distilled. Malted after Distilation, preserving the Digestivd and Nutritious prcpertios of the Malt, which no other Vinegars do. No Preservatives. Will Keep. Prices per Bottle:—9d.( 1,2, 1/6, Ij,8, 2i, 2/6, 3/4, 4/4, 6 8, 13/2, 26/- & 51/. The larger the Size the Cheaper. From all Chemiets, Grocers, Oil and Colour Men. etc., or 2/6 Size and up direct, Poet Paid fmakeB H to 3 gallons). Ask or Send for—and see you get it. TRADE DISCOUNT;—For £ 2 £ 5 no C25 iiO kloo worth. 3/9 4/- 4/3 4,6 4/9 5 in the S. In Bulk Quantities of 2 5 10 25 50 100 gallons (One Gallon make. Trade Prices 2'- 236 23 22,6 22 31-per gall. 15 to 30 Gallons.) Sample Half-gallon for 13 delivered (makes 7A to 15 gallons). All Delivery, Bottle*, Caeks. Package*, Cases, Insurance, Show and Handbills, Direc- tions Free. No Free Samples. No Delay. Delivered quickest way. Always Cash with Order. (Deduct M. in the X.) Merchants and Agents are allowed a further Discount of 7JO, from all a.bove net Wholesale Prices. I Only Makers in the Wo-rid:-N.P.S. VINEGAR Co. (Regd.), Licensed Vinegar I Makers, BOSTON, Eng. Bankers; N.P. & U. Bank of England, Boston (Croes P.O., Cheques, etc.)) I. Telegrams; AVIN. Boston. /i- *■ TOO LATE FOR ClASSIFICA. TION. I -11(R,IF71:1 Housewives should Inspect our .1 Stock of Blankets, Sheets. Quilts. Ticks. etc.; al» at Greatly Rcduce-.t Prices.—Ja-cobs, 116 Oxford-street (near Hospital), Swansea. 133A10-21 !O?T7*St?yed. or Stolen, Light Chc.? Ii Ccb. 5 years old: not shod.—.?forma- tion to nearest Police ration, or Yonan E. and Co. Morristoo 138A30-24 LOST free I.oushor Mill, Bay Pony. SI are. -Lj 5 Years old. B hands: four white I#ct?, white face short tail — Evaae, Loughoi-. MUl, G<.rsf;Mn. 1]8A?O-34 OST between Car and Sands, vj? railway J crossing. Tnise containing Paper j Money ct^ Reward.-Hulme. Post Office Kiiignsi) .6gp Goreinon. 118A10.22 I I?ORSALE NO. 14 (semi-detaehed). 18 zo JL 22 and 24. M&nor-road. Manselton.— I er, clo Daily Leader, hwansea | 118 A 10.28 1 ¡ TVfETrS^For'Saie. the Su?tcntiaib -h J ii Leasehold Prcmi?'-s known as the Neath Auction Room; goo-t central posi- tion ter .i unexpired 85 Yr,-ark. early vaeant i oseesslou.—Apply Henry Parminter The i Croft. Neath. 18AjO- | FWiSl) for Key of good 6 or 8. t-) roomed House ir, rcood pa,rt of Swansea, of Mumbles, or district; good ten- anti<—Write immediately to Box K 14. Leader Office. 118A10-8 X7i O OFFERED for Comfortable. Furnished, AO or preferably. Part F?rnish&d, House- lon? period; Swana or HUmbl5: /-mod t&!?<n?b.—Write to Box L ? T?dei- omfp. 11^;0J8 j ~)S*v between 22 BtTn-road and Jj- t? pit a I Pearl and Amethyst Pendant — Finder t'etuiTl "me to above add rees will be rewarded. 119A1M4 FOR SALE v>ith vacant, ix>ssession. Free, boll Villa in Roche, Auctioneer. Rutland House, Swan- eea C1&-28 AYTE',). Fixtiire- fo- Plevna. Rovere Saturda- T-atches only.—Apply Hon. See.. G A. Wat- kins. Rose-bank Skettv ?wan?a. 1l8Al0-4 M' -6ŒY-MAKr,fG'WorÇ Offered !10te-ZT'! J?iL ?pa-.i time: particulars; also Pocket Rubber ?tamp of yonr Nam* and Addre? free.—G Ricbfoid. Ltd.. Snow Hill. London. 113A11-3 tThJr Sale, Ji Triumph; C:utch Model. fl Pedal Start. Free Wheel. Adjustable Pulley; Engrine perfect.—T. Jones, Cambria House, Station-road. Br y nam man. 118A30-"4 ADVANCES, £15' TO £ 5,060 0" written promise to rep-iy or any security Principal remains or can or 104 monthlv Instalments; no charge of any kind unless business done; promptness and privecy; avoid exposing your requirements locally.—Write oldest Compa.ny existing: E. LAWRENCE, LTD.. Don Chambers, Wine-sireet, Bristol. iBAYCLIFFE RUGBY FOOTBALL CLUB WHIST DRIVE AND DANCE, HOTEL METROPOLE, THURSDAY NEXT. Whist 7.15. Dancing 9.15—1? Midnight. Tickets (at door), ?6. Special Prizes. CENTRAL HALL, Oct. 24, at 7. COME AXD HEAR Miss ANNA MUNRO ?ppukcn MUNICIPAL ELECTIONS." "i)pa" Free. Co?tpction. Fre, THE SALVATION ARMY, Richardson -Street. The UNITED HOLINESS MEETING TO-MORROW at 7.30 p.m. Lieut.-Colonel and Mrs. BEAUMONT, who have spent over 10 years in .Japan, will Speak and Sing. Major Thornett and D.H.Q. Staff will assist. Friends Heartily "Welcomed. I r journeymen Butchers' Federation of Great Britain. < A MEETING Will be held at the ELYSIUM, on THURSDAY OCTOBER 23rd, at 8 p.m. Mr. J. GOULDWELL ¡ (General Secretary), and others will Address the Meeting. All Workers in the Meat Trade Requested to Attend. Male Voice- Competition £ 50; Children's Choir, £ 10: Champion Solo. £ 5 5?.; at Semi. National Eisteddfod, November 1.
(Continued from preceding column). past and take her place in the van of social progress. The Church muet adapt, herself to the changed circumstances. Pastoral work must be both aderiua-te a,nd cultured. The days of the itinerary ministry were counted. It w?.s time for the "llyfr boeddiaflau to be set apide as a curio.. The ministry must be better equipped to grapple with the problems cf the day. and they should not' allow all sorts of men to enter the pulpit. They also needed economy in their administration, so as to avoid the overlapping and waste which characterised I present-day method. Above ail, they re- quired an outpouring of spirit to set the Church once more in her proper relation with the world problems. The retiring Moderator was warmly thanked on the motion of two ex-modera- tors, the Rev. J. Morgan Jonee and. Dr. D. H. Williams, Newport. i