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IN THE DISTRICTS. BRITON FERRY, The death has taken place at Britonferry el Mrs. Maty Phillips, aged 77 years, wife of Mr. John Philliyis, retired Trinity Pilot, of 91. Htmter-street, after a louar illness. VSTRADCVNLAtS. a. J. aO ai tne x ffiraagyiHEUfi uouncu meeting on Thursday, Mr. W. D. Walters called atten- tion to the shortage of coal in the coiintry, and he moved that a letter be sent to the Goal Controller and the Ra-ilway Executive asking them to pay immediate attention to the railway traffic with a view to bringing- about an improvement. He ejtid there was DO need for any colliery to be idle at pres- ent in view of the big demand for coal. SARON. Local residents aro not a bit surprise that water is scarce in the higher levels of the district, as this week there are no less than four taps running continually, 'within 200 yatds of each other. One tap lias been running full bore for the last eight years. E b. Cllippell. Swansea, has 1,060 Over- Coats read: to wear in stock. Ten rer <ii#cot:n5 allowed to Discharged Soldiers ,xnd SaUora Windows. PONTARDAWE. j Mr. D. J. Ree?, F.K.O.O.. of Gellynudd. Pontardawe, who has acted as orgrvnist. of Alltwen Congrregratior-al Church for the past ten years, has just accepted the im- portant position of organist and choir- master at St. David's Church, Morriston. Mr. Bees is regarded as one of the best organists in the Valley, and is at present the conductor of the Pontardawe Amateur "Operatic Society. He commences his new duties e&rly in the New Tear ST. CLEARS- At St. Clear's Police Couit Rebecca Ann Brown, of Gosport-street, Laugharne, summoned for stealing three bottles of brandy, value 485., from tlie Butchers' Arms, Laugharne, was bound over and ordered to pay 27s. 6d. costs. Ernest Davies, Kieffe Park. St. Clears, summoned by Inspector Milliard, of tho E.S.P.C.A., for working a horse whilst in an unfit state, was fined 2Cs. and on a sum- ,mons for permitting tlie animal to be worked, William Morris, Osborno House, was fined 40s. E. S. Chappell, Swansea. ham 1,900 Over- coats read to wear in stoclt Ten per coui e.ijecouiit allowed to Discharged Soidiers and Sailors. See Windows. GORSEINON. All music lovers can expect a rare treat on Saturday evening next, at Gorseinon. The Ebenezer Reception Comnyttee have been fortunate in securing the services of those eminent artistes, The Welsh^Con- ert Party," who, by the way, were amongst the visitors at the Hydro Hotel. Abervstwvth. during the recent terrible fire which is still fresh in our minds. Judging by the bookings, a largo crowd is expected. Only a few reserved seats are left. Don't forget. The La-ndore Variety En- tertainers with an up-to-date programme, at the Brighton Hall Goyseinon. To-mor- row Rvening (SATURDAY). Programme entirely IN ENGLISH. NO WELSH items on Saturday. Usual time and prices. E S. Chappell. Swansea haA 1.000 Over- Coats ready to wear in stock Ten T pr cent, dtefjonnt allowed to Discharged Soldiers and Ba-Uors. See Windows. AMMANFORD. !1- car rn into <\ plato-^lass "window in Tirydail-aquare on Wednesday. and smashed it, doing damage to the extent of about £15. A demonstration of gaslight printing was given by Mr. Stephen Jones, Talbot road, at the weekly meeting of the Am- manford Photographic Society. This was followed by an informal and helpful dis- cussion. • Latest, Patterns Horse-Clipping Machines. Christmas floods galore. Get your Turkey, we'll nrovide the Tins. Furnishing line!! hit to he golf-I at great bargains. CtitlerY nt cutting:" prices.—llarriee'. the noted House Furnishere and Ironmongers. I FFORESTFACH., I Under the euspiccs of RethIehMn, Cadle, Sunday School, a social was held 6c Thurs- day evening iu honour of the discharged I &nd demobilised members who were serving with the Colours on the gm-arion of the previous social. An excellent spread wae provided, following: which an en joyable programme was gone through, Mr. John Harris presiding, At-ems were given by the chairman and Messrs. Gwylfia Robert* and Harold Williams (pianoforte). Gabriel Mor- gan, John Hopkins, Silvester Parcel], Edwin iMj&inwaring, Lodwig Roberts, and D. R. Thomas. Ex-Lieutenant Gwilym T. Evans I thanked all concerned on behalf cf the boys. The (secretarial duties were carried out. by Mrs. 11. Samuel. I killay. I A, public meeting and concert waA held I at the Silo am Baptist Church. The Rev. J. H. Daries presided. The artiste* v/era Misses D. Richards. E. Thomas, Messrs. E. I Thomas, T. Roderick, and the male voice Party. Accompanists, Hiss H. A. Richard* and Mr. Keri Richards. During the evening- presentations were made to the following officers who had fought for their country: M.ajor Milbourne Williams, Lewis Aubrey Williams, F. Frost, J. Jeffreys, T. Wiiliams. U. Davies, and J. Davies. Mr. D. Austin, secretary, (jave a detailed report of the I work the Patriotic Society had done dur- ing the lour years. It was unanimously decided to divide the surplus money be. tween the widows and dependents and I maimed. Reference was also made to those who had fallen, the audience standing II while the male voice party ,:>a,ng." Iv Uemoriam. I ABERAVON PORT TALBOT. 1 BERAVON.-P«?T !_B\- I j nere was a tspieriUHi aumtnee In lll I Y.M.C.A., Station-road, on ThnrdaYi ttifcht, to listen toiUl interesticjj ilddreSBj by Professor Wilden Hart, M.A. (Oxon), I on Poland: Its Past and Futllre." The lecture was illustrated by elides. j Mr. Richard Morgan, auctioneer, Aber- avon. offered for sale on Thursday night, at the Walnut Tree Hotel, the leasehold dwelling-house and double-fronted eh op. known us No. 1, Crown-street and Oak- wood-street, Port Talbot, with the good- will and machinery of the repairing fac- tory of Mr. George Jarvis, bootmaker, etc.. who. owing to ill-health, is relin- quishing business. The premises are held on a S9 years* lease, from 1902, at a ground rent of jEt 15s. Repairs were given at .40 weekly. Bidding opened at £ 1,000, but tlie property was withdrawn at £ 1,400. for stealing 2s. fid. wortli of eoal from the Rhondda and Swansea- Bay line at the Sandfields. Aberavon, Mary Ann Radford. Cornwall-street, was on Thursday, on the evidence of P.C. Griffiths, fined £2. SKETTY. I A church rally was held at the Wesleyan Church, Dillyvyn-road. on Thursday to wel- come the newly-appointed minister, the Rev. David C. Griffiths, formerly of Bryn- niawr. Addresses were delivered by Messrs. William Heath for the church, A. E. Goskar for the Sunday School. F. J. Manley for the B'ind of Hope, Arthur Mansell for the Wesley Guild, A. Potter for the sale of work and Christmas tree. and Dr. Bawlings for the spiritual work. Mr. Walter Edwards rendered a solo, and Messrs. Win. and Walter Edwards a duet. Refreshments were kindly provided by Messrs. W. Heath and T. J. Rice. The Rev. D. 0. GriSiths ex- prps?cd his high appreciation of the cordial welcome extended to him Bethel Welsh Congregational Schoolroom was the scene of a social evening on Wed- t nesday. organised by the Misses Elsie [ Bobei-ts. Louie Short, and Blodwen Rees. A number of discharged soldiers took part in the programme. A soldier on active ser- vice in the Army of occupation on the Rhine. Ivor Watkins. was present on fur- lough, looking remarkably well, though badly gassed shortly before the armistice. He joined his regiment on Thursday. There are now only three men on active service. When these return home, another social will take pLace. The Tvev. J. T. Gregory (pastor) wm, to everyone's regret, absent throuth indisposition
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PEMBROKE DOCK WILL. I Mr. William Bernard Mimmack, of Koxaiia, Victoria-road, Pembroke Dock, and formeiiv oi Craylands, St. Paul's Cray, Kent, ga5 engineer, who died on September ;,Neft. estate of th- gr(,.ss,aino of SLM1. with net f Probato of his will. dated March 25, 1908, lias been granted to his widow, Mrs. Adelaide Emma Mimmack, of 108, M.an- wood-road, Brockley, S.E.. the sole j executrix, to whom he left all ol his pro- I rty. absolutely. J
ELECTRICITY. I Swansea Department's Re-union Dinner. I Economy Record. I The members of the Swansea Corpora- tion Electricity Department held their annual dinner at the Hotel Cameron, on Thursday evening, when the guest of the evening was hie Worship the Mayor (Col. Alexander Sinclair), who had eo long been identified with the Corporation Elec- tricity Committee. Other guests included Councillors Ilill, David Griffiths, David Grey, A. R. Ball, D. Richards, G. H. Colwill, Alderman T. James, Mr. D; Richards, and Mrs. D. Bliss. Mr. J. W. Burr (the borough electrical en- gineer), presided, and after dinner had been concluded, rose to propose the toaet I of the Committee," coupling with, it the name of the Mayor. TRIBUTE TO MAYOR. I lie said that since he had come to Swan- sea, live years ago, he had learned to ap- preciate the colonel's many sterling quali- ties, and his devotion to public work. In- deed, he did not think many realised the amount of time the colonel gave to his public work. He took the opportunity of congratulating him in the name of the depa r tinen t—(applause) —on attaining the office of Mayor, and wished him a most successful year and good health. The colonel had been chairman of the Elec- tricity Committee for many years, and had &ecn tho department grow from in- fantile into very lusty proportions. It was going to develop, he could assure them, To an even more powerful extent during tho next five years, and to such an extent they would never have dreamed of. The Committee directed the policy of their undertaking, and the policy ad- opted in Swansea had always been a pro- gressive one which, he trusted, would continue. GREAT ECONOMY AIMED AT. j In his concluding remarks Mr. Burr re- ferred to the extraordinary development of the electrical industry, which a few years ago was like a wandering cihild, but which was now the pet of the Gov- ernment. He quoted the Home Secre- tary's views on the potentialities of elec- tric production, and said that Mr. Shortt 1 was aiming for the production of one unit of horse power on 2 lbs. of coal, tho present average figure being one to 7, 1 lbs. of coal. He was glad to say that they v. ere already producing in Swansea at leas iliiii the lowest figure quoted. (Loud ap- plause). Tho Mayor, responding, expressed him- self delighted t\. the honour they had J done him, and said that he could simply express to them the gratification he felt I in the splendid work of the (lepertment had done, not only in the paetr year, but in many years gone hy. The (success of the undertaking was finally due to the loyalty and co-operation of the staff and men, and the fact was something Aiit the Corporation should be ,and was, very proud of. (Loud applause). I PLEDGE TO EX-SERVICE MEN. i I Tho toast of the Members returned ) from Service was proposed by Mr. Burr, ) who feelingly bid them welcome back, and assurer] them that no man would lose any seniority or other advantages by hav- ¡ in? baen away in the Army, and res- ponded to by Capt. A. V. Sinclair and E.Q.M.S. Benallick. During the evening a fine musical pr<? I gramme was contributed to by Madame Parker. Mr. D. T. Burns, Mr. J- Cole- brook, Mr .Sol Solomon, and Mr. R. Flor- ence. Tho dining-room was beautifully deco- rated with coloured lights, foliage, etc., I by the department, and Mr. Harry Davies f was responsible for the secretarial work.
I SURFACE WORKERS. I important Meeting Held at I I Ammanford. That colliery surface workers have their grievances was clearly in evidence at an important meeting held in the Y.M.C.A. Hall, Ammanford, thia week, when there were representatives present from Brynamman, Gwauncagurwen, Gellyceidrim, Llandebie, Caerbryn, PantyfTynnon, etc. Mr. T. B. Williams. Brynamman, prosided, supported ty Mr. James Davies (secretary). I The speeches disclosed a determination to have bettor recognition and more full- hearted support from the South Vales I Miners' Federation in the future in an T, effort to redres6 their grievances. .H"- resolved that a petition be Embmitted to the Anthracite District Miners Meeting at Swansea on Saturday, demanding a general conference of surface workers to be called, and that the chairman and s'ecretarv should attend to lay this matter before the irr-ing as an emergency case. It is proposed to secure widespread sup- port of the different lodgf's, so that the Executive Council may be competed to accede to the request, and thus obviate I the taking of extreme measures.
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FROM 6d. TO 10d. I Ystradgynlais Council and Price of Electricity. At the Ystrodgynlais Council meeting on Thursday, Mr. Ben Williams, J.P., presiding, a letter was read from the Glan- tawe Electric Supply Company stating that it was their intention in accordance with the powers granted under the Tem- porary Prices Act to increase the cost of electricity as from January 1st from 6d. to lOd. per unit. Mr. David Lewis asked what was their position now thht they were negotiating to take the concern over. Mr. Lewis Thomas said they might have it through by then. The Clerk (Mr. Jestyn Jeffreys): It may ease vour consciences a bit if you buy it. Mr. Tom Williams asked what would the people say if they had raised the price after taking it over. The Clerk said they were quite within their power in raising the price. Mr. W. Walters said it was a big rise I from 6d. to 10d. He hopes the Press would | make a note of it. 3,T,. T. Williams: Yes, or they wiU blame us for it. The Clerk explained that it should be i made clear that they were rcceivinz notice now, but the order would not come into l^force until January.
1922 EISTEDDFOD. Ammanford to Press Its Claim, j The movement initiated by the Am- manford Urban Council of securing the National Eisteddfod of 1922 for the Am- man Valley, to be held in Ammanford, has gained considerable momentum as a result of an important public meeting held in the Y.M.C.A. Hall, Ammanford, on Thursday night, when there were pre- sent prominent public men from a wide area, extending from Crosa Hands to the upper reaches of the Amman Valley, and from Pontardulais to Llandilo. Mr. G. Myrddin presided over the meeting, whicu commenced with the singing of Hen Wlad fy Nhadau," Madame Wil- liams, Brynamman, taking the eolo part. Mr. T. M. Evans, M.A. (clerk to the I Ammanford Council), then detailed the steps already taken, and Ald. W. N. Jones submitted a resolution to the effect that application be made to the Eisteddfod Gorsedd and Association Committee at Barry next year that the National Eis- teddfod be held in Ammanfoi-d in 1922, and pledging themselves to do all in their power to ensure the success of the appli- cation. Councillor A. Williams (chairman of the Cwmamman Council), seconded, and many representative men from the dis- trict voiced their whole-hearted support. In the course of the speeches many good reasons were given why the district should have the honour of receiving the great Welsh Festival. It was felt that there was no other locality in South Wales which had an equally strong claim, and with the enthusiasm aud unity which was already evidenced, the financial re- sponsibility could easily be discharged. The resolution was carried with ac- clamation, and a general committee, com- posed of over 60 representative men, with power to add, was elected to carry through the application. Mr. T. J. Rees was appointed secretary, and as a great deal of preparatory work would evolve on him, it was agreed that he be remunerated for his labour.
CONCRETE HOUSES. I Interesting Experiment at I Porthcawl, A serious beginning will be made next I week with the erection of concrete houses. At Porthcawl a, scheme for about 150 new houses will be publicly inaugurated on the 15th inst. by the re- ception of the leading housing authori- ties, when the foundation stone will be laid. The plans were approved by the Dis- trict Council only last week, and in loss than a month the houses are expected to be ready for occupation.
I WAR SOUVENIRS. I Presentation of Medallions to I Sketty Men. A large company was present in the Sketty Cnureh Hall on Thursday, when souvenirs were presented to soldiers home from the war. Some ;)00 had peen prepared for distribution. The souvenir was a medallion. On one side was shown Britannia crowning a kneeling soldier with a laurel wreath also an airship, a battleship, and a bat- tery, with the inscription, Served in the Great War, 1914-19." The obverse was the lych-gate of Sketty lurch, in- scribed, A token from Sketty, 19H1." The Vicar mentioned that some 70 had made the great sacrifice, and re- ferred to the splendid spirit of patriotism shown. Aft-er he had invested Mr. Charles E. Cleeves, who had served m France under the Red Cross, Mr. Cleeves presented the remainder. The little token was on all hands pronounced most 1 appropriate, several soldiers present voicing that opinion. A number of the souvenirs were sent Ion to the Bryn Congregational Church, where a meeting on similar lines wafc be- ing held. A most enjoya ble evening was brought to a closqp by the National ritliem AT BETHEL. I At the Bethel English Congregational Chapel, Sketty, there was an interesting social function on Thursday to welcome home the boys returned from the front. Tea was served at 6 o'clock to sortie 300 guests, including nearly 50 returned soldiers. After the tea, nine boys who had not already received presents were given various useful articles. Each sol- dier received also a medallion similar to those distributed the same evening at tho Church Hall, and given by the parish. An interesting and varied programme was then gone through, under presi- dency of the Rev. Elias Joseph (pastor), at whose hands the gifts v-ere received.
CREDIT DRAPERS. I 0. Swansea Society's Dinner to I Returned Men. A successful dinner was given at the Royal Hotel, Swansea, on Thursday even- ing by the Swansea and District Credit Drapery Society to its members who had returned from the Forces. There were about 100 present. The President (Mr. Staples) bid a hearty welcome to the lads who had re- turned, and stated that two of their mem- bers had won the M.C. Six of their members had made the supreme sacrifice. Presentation fountain pens were given to each returned man hy Mrs. Staples on Ik half of the society. ALL RETURNED MEN EMPLOYED. Mr. G. IT. Dennev, secretary of the Federal Union, London, congratulated the Swansea and District Society on the good work it had done for the returned men. He (Mr. Dennery) did not know of a single returned man who was out of work. In fact, there were at present more situations than men. Out of 533 men for whom he (Mr. Denney) had made application for demobilisation. 531 appli- cations had been granted. Referring to the work of tho society, Mr. Denney said that a largo part of ilw population could not do without the credit draper. A brj;te number of people would be but poorly clothed were it not for the Credit Diapers' Association. Out of about 417 cases brought before the Profiteering Tribunals not one of them was a credit draper. The cost of clothing would not come down until there was a greater supply o< material, etc.-when the supply exceeded the demand. Mr. Denney concluded hi thanking the boys for what they had done in tho war. I TOASTS AND MUSIC. The toasts were The King." The Society," proposed by the president, and responded to by Mr. Sid Phillips; The Ladies," proposed by the Rev. Robert Greenshields, and responded to by Mr. Sullivan. An excellent musical programme was contributed to by Madame Jones-Wells. Miss Mary Sutherland. Miss Keast, Miss Nesta Daviee, Mr. Alf Thomas, Messrs. Griff and Maurice, and Mr. D. A, Sutherland. Votes of thanks, etc., were passed, and a delightful owning was concluded by the I singing of Auld long Syne." I :•
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￼ ￼ WELSH AUTONOMY J Dr. Addison on New System. I Considerable interest certainly attaches to the first meeting of the Welsh Con- sultative Council, held under the presi- dency of Dr. Addison, the Mjnieter of Health, at Cardiff, on Thursday. I The chairman said he felt sure that the experiment which he was making in I bringing a body of this k:;nd into close touch with the work and plans of the new Ministry would "be justified by ¡ re-sultt,. Their main duty would be to advise I him on quosti'on's of policy in the forma- tive stage. They would thus, he brought into the counsels of the Minister before deoisionfj were taken, and if their advice was to have full weight the confidential character of, their relations with the Minister Tmt be respected. At the same time he had to remember that the Coun- cil must be put in a position to keep h'm • in touch with the public throughout the ¡ country, find to help him to c:irry them with him in the pcl'cy which he adopted. Therefore he did not propose that the whole of their work should be conducted in Mciot. He a?ked the Council at once to consider a reference which would enable them to tell hiiii whr.t in th<vr view should be the ideal system of medi- cal aud allied servrces in Wales towards which the Mini-try should work. Obviously this was a vast subject, and he would leave them completely free to oon-I sider its various aspects in order of I urgency, and to report to him at different I stages of their work if they thought fit. SiR EDGAR JONES- I Ho was happy to have secured the ser- vices of his friend and colleague. Sir Edgar Jones, as chairman of the Council, and under Sir Edgar's chairmanship he felt confident of their success. Sir Edgar Jones outlined the buwness of the meeting, and invited members to address questions to Dr. Addition. After various, questions had been dealt with. Sir Edga.r referred to the absence of Sir Walter Nicholas, the vice-chairman of tho Council, owing to ilbiog:, and -the Council decided to express their sym- pathy with Sh' Walter and their good wishes fbr his speedy recovery. DECENTRALISATION BEGUN. lhen, moving a "ote of thanks to Pf. Addison, ?if Edg?r referred to tho pra(- tical bf-lief in the dcpntrah3ation of Welsh Outness from London, a,nd hoped that undsr the new arrangeme-nts a real interchange of opinion would be secured between 'Y:)le" and Whitehall. The Coun- cil, through their chairman, would have direct access to the Minister, and he hoped to co-operate cordially with the ofiiftial adviiers of the Minister. Subsequently, at a tea giveli by the Lord Mayor of Cardiff, Dr. Addison emphasised the decentralisation pVojiosals wlich were being put into effect.
PENLLERGAER CLUB. I Sir John Opens Institute for II Ex-Service Men. The old drill hall at Penllergaer, after I being thoroughly renovated, has been turned into the Church Club and Insti- tute, and was opened as such on Thurs- day evening by Sir John T. D. Llewellyn and Miss Dillwyn Llewellyn. Sir John explained that the movement was inaugurated for the purpose mainly 0: securing for our demobilised men the opportunities for social intercourse, intel- lectual facilities and recreation, which were given tlipm on the battlefields by the Church Army and Y.M.C.A. He was ready, not to dictate to them. but to do all lie coy id to help carry on their wishes, nor were they to look upon hiro as their patron. lie disliked that word, but rather as a brother. He declared the in- stitute opened, with every good wish for i1". success. A cordial vote of thanks was proposed to Sir John by the Vicar, and seconded by Mr. Peter Anthony. A whist drive and dance made the even- ing a very pleasant one. The accom- panist was Migs Evans (FForestfacli). For the recreation of the members of the club there will be billiards and the usual appertainances of a club. The officials of the clnb are: President, Sir John T. D. Llewellyn; chairman of committee, Rev. D. J. Arter (Vicar): secretaries, Messrs. R. Phillips and H. TfalJet: treasurer. Mr. Edwin Anthony. The M.C. was Mr. E. Vaughan, whilst Mrs. Bevan did the catering.
I MANSELTON SOCIAL. 1 The first socia l of thi« scv>ion in con- nection with Bethel C.M. Guild was held on Thursday evening, and proved an nn- qualified success. During the evening light refreshments wore eryd and g'am<? indulged in. A very p]?a.sant ennillg wa? brought to a close by the si.ngin of ? Auld Lane Syne." ,J
PUBLIC NOTICES. SWANSEA BATHS. REVISED CHARGES. TURKISH BATHS- Single Ticket 2s. 6d., 5 for 10s. Turco-Swini Is. 9d. Special Slipper Bath Is. 3d. (Sea or Fresh Water). RUSSIAN BATH- Single Ticket 2s. Od. FIRST CLASS- Swimming Bath Gs» fid. SEASON TICKETS (5 Months—Novem- her lith, 1919, to April 17th, 1920) — Youth's Ticket 7s. Ud. Adult Ticket los. 0d. SLIPPER BATHS- ￼ o. Sd. Single Ticket. <?s.Sd. ￼ Apply TICKET OFFICE, THE BATHS, SWANSEA. Swansea Baths and Laundry (To., Ltd., November 13th, 1919. THE EDUCATION (ADMINISTRA- TIVE PROVISIONS) ACT, 1311. THE WELSH INTERMEDIATE EDU. CATION ACT, i&&O. NOTICE OF AUDIT. ? NEATH COUNTY SCHOOL DISTRICT. I HEREBY GIVE NOTICE that the AUDIT of the ACCOUNTS of the Gov- erniug Body of the Ne-ath County School District for the vear ended the 31st day ot' March, 1919, will he held by J. E. PUUllE JONES, Esquire, District Auditor, at the RCIKAL DISTRICT COUNCIL I OFFICES, NEATH, on THURSDAY, the 27th day of NOVEMBEE,,>1919, at 10.;n o'clock in the forenoon. 'A copy of §ueh Accounts duly made up and balanced, together with all account hooks, etc. in- ferred to therein will be deposited at my Offices, No. 42, Queen-street, Neath, and be open to the inspection of all persons interested, for seven clear days before such Audit. ■! x LEWIS C. THOMAS, Clerk to the Governing Body. 42, Queen-street, Neath, « 12th November, 1919. VETCH FIELD. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 15th. WELSH LEAGUE. CAERPHILLY v. SWANSEA TOWN KICK OFF at 3 p.m. ADMISSION (including Tax).—BOYS, r)d.; FIELD, 6d.; STAND, is. Extra. CAMERON HOTEL, High Street. A GRAND DANCE Will be held at the above Hotel To-morrow (Saturday) Night, Nov. 15th. Dancing-6.30 to 11. Pianist—Mr. Denny Williams. M.C.—Mr. Ernie Brewer. Admission Is. 6d. A GRAND DANCE Will be held at the ALBERT HALL on SATURDAY NEXT, November 15th, 1919. M.C.'s—Mr. Syd Gates and Mr. Geo. Cross Pianist—Mr. Gilbert Jones. Dancing from 6.30 till 11 p.m. Tickets — — Is. M., Each.
MANSELTON LADY. Funeral of Mrs. Hannah Knoyle. The funeral of the late Mrs. Hannah Knoyle, of Courtney-street, Manselton, took place at the Cwmgelly Cemetery on Thursday. A The deceased, who was abouO years of age, was a widow, bar husband- having In-e-deeased her a.bout 14 years ago. She was highly respected in the district, and an ardent worshipper at Siloam Chapel, Pentre-Estyll. Her sudden death created a profound sensation. Amongst the chief mourners were Mr. W. J. Knoyla (son), Mr. Knoyle (brother- I in-law), Mr. and Mrs, Henry Davies (sister and brother-in-law). There was a large gathering of relatives. J'he deacons of Siloa?i acted as bearers, wHitst the Revs. Samuel Milliams (New Siloh) and J. Adauns (Manselton) offici- ated at the chapel, and the Rev- E. J. Edwards (Cwmbwrla) at the gravesider Thers was a large number of floral tri- butes.
For allowing his son, Michael, aged 14 years, to street trade after 8 p.m., and street trade without a badge, James Con- nors, described as a labourer,' WM fined JOs. at Swansea on Friday.