Collection Title: Merthyr Pioneer
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READ Football Notes and News Edited by "CORINTHIAN."
READ Football Notes and News Edited by "CORINTHIAN."
Small Prepaid Advertisements. One In- Three In- Six In- sertion. sertions. sertions. 8. d. s. d. s. d. 20 words 0 6 1 0 1 9 30 words 0 9 1 6 2 9 40 words 1 0 2 0 3 6 50 words 1 3 2 6 4 6 60 words 1 6 3 0 5 3 In all cases the Name and Address are counted as part of the Advertise- ment. These prices apply only to Advertise- mente ordered for consecutive inser- tions and which are prepaid. SMALL ADVERTISEMENTS RE. CEIVED OVER THE TELE- PHONE. In order to meet the convenience of advertisers, the PIONEER accept Small Advertisements dictated through the twephone. The Telephone Number is 66. The price of the Advertisement must be remitted or paid on the same or following day. In order to ensure accuracy, the Advertiser should request the clerk who takes the Advertisement to read it over. The greatest care is taken as to their being correctly printed, but the Pro- prietors cannot be responsible for in- aocuracies in either of these respects, or for any consequences arising there- from. Trade Advertisements are inserted under the Heading Personal," at 6d. per line. All advertisements should be posted to the Office on or before Wednesday. Postal Orders. It is strongly recommended that all Postal Orders be filled up with the name, the Labour Pioneer, and crossed. Answers to Advertisements. Replies to Advertisements addressed to the PIONEER Offioe will be handed out on production of a ticket which may be obtained when the Advertisement is ordered, or they will be forwarded to the Advertiser's Address, provided ttMnpa to cover postage are supplied. Applicants for Situations are re- quested not to send original documents 70T, es should be sent) or photographs with replies to Advertisements when letters are addressed to Box Numbers at this Office. The Proprietors cannot undertake any responsibility if testi- monials or photographs are lost. Business Specials. LADIES I LADIESt WITHOUT Drugs, Pills, or Medi- VV cine, NURSE ROSS guaran- tees to cure Irregularities and Ob- structions, Female Ailments in married or single women from whatever cause arising or how long standing; no dis- appointments every case a guaranteed cure; numerous testimonials; send stamp for free advice. NURSE ROSS'S LABORATORY, "ALMA VILLA." LOWER CHARMINSTER ROAD, BOURNEMOUTH. LADIES. ST. DOMINIC'S Therapeutio Pill- oids cure all irregularities from any cause in married or single. They act in a few hours; wonderful; mar- vellous results. Every case guaran- teed. Enclose stamp for particulars.— MADAME D. MACDONALD, 210 Wimborne Road, Wintot, Bourne- mouth. NURSE E. STANLEY will send pri- JL? vately how to cure YDurself of all irregularities; new French method. 114 Bold Street, Liverpool. Ladies, Read This. ADVICE FREE for Stamp.—Mrs. AM. Stewart's famous Female Remedy never fails. Address—9 Guinea Street, Bristol. /J A -PAGE BOOK ABOUT HERBS C)4 AND HOW TO USE THEM, poot free. Send for one. TRIMNELL, Tu. HERBALIST, 144, RICHMOND ROAD, OARDxirip. lbtablifthed 1879. ACCOUNT Books; rulings and bind- Aingg of ?? deeonptiotns.—PloNBBB Prem, Merthyr. ORDERS taken for reprints of letters, articles, or advertise- ments in the PIONEER. WEDDING and Invitation Cards of W the Choicest Designs can be obtained at the PIONBEB PRESS. Now IS THE TIME to have your Outing Cards printed at the PIONEER PRESS. J. T. PETERS, Sculptor & Monumental Mason, CEFN & PANT. Estimates Free. Terms Moderate. GREAT Clearance Sale AT HARRIS'S, 5, CASTLE STREET, Of a Well-Assorted, Unredeemed Stock of Jewellery, Clothing, BOOTS, BEDDING, &c. All Goods delivered Free. Distance no object. Value assured or money returned. 5, CASTLE STREET,- MERTHYR. THE ABERAMAN, MOUNTAIN ASH AND ABERDARE BILLPOSTING & ADVERTISINC COMPANY. Proprietors of the Largest and Most Prominent Stations throughout the Aberdare Valley. Stations situated along the Main Tram- roads. All Communications should be addressed to J. JONES, Secretary & Manager, Cardiff Road, Aberaman. 'Phone 12, Aberaman. Insuranee. ROYAL LONDON £5 Book for Sale, Merthyr district.—Apply M8. PIONEER Office. Gramophones. EDISON RECORDS.—We have ten Ethousand to clear, all brand new records. EDISON STANDARD, usual price 1/ to clear 6jd. each, or 5/9 dozen. 1 A-, MBEROL RECORDS, usual price 1/6 each, to clear at 9/6 dozen. EDISON £4 4s. PHONOGRAPH, complete with forty new Edison Re- cords, the lot for £ 2 7s. 6d. We retail any make Gramophone. Main Springs fitted from 2/6 upwards. JOHN LEWIS, Gramophone Dealer, HIGH ST., MERTHYR. Business Specials. QUICK IN ACTION.—For Stings, Burns, Scalds, Cuts, and Wounds. Cures without a Mark. 100 years in use. ARABIAN OIL FMBROCA- TION. Large Bottles, l/1i. Sold by Boots Ltd., Cash Chemists, or direct from Sole Proprietor and Manufacturer -R. W. WOOLCOOK, CARDIGAN. BRONCHITIS and Asthma.—Have Byou tried Lungetine, the external remedy? If not, buy a bottle to-day, and test for yourself its magical curative power. Price 1/la and 2/9 per bottl.e.-Address. Dept. I, Lunetine Co., 453 West Strand, London. Miscellaneous. ALL Sufferers from Tapeworm and Threadworms quickly relieved. Particulars free.—Goulden, Box 284, North Church Street, Nottingham. WE Specialise in Publicity 20 W words 6d. per week, is a very small expense to circularise your bar- gains over the whole of South Wales. That is what we offer. Cycles. THERE are many men in want of a TCY.cle-a good cycle at a reason- able price. Of course, you have just the machine. Well, let the public know of it through a PIONEER adver- tisement. For Sale. WASTE PAPER for Sale.—Apply VV PIONEER Office, Merthyr. THE PIONEER is the leading house in Merthyr and district for High-class Printing. Wanted. WANTED, First-Class Drilling TV Machine; must be complete and in good order.—Apply M3, Offioe of this Paper. TWO Leg Vices wanted at once; must be sound; cheap for cash. M4, Office of this Paper. WANTED at once, h.p. Electric Motor, in perfect condition, with Starter for 230 or 460 volts.— Apply M5, Office of this paper. WANTED, Small Table suitable for Office; cheap. Apply Nll, Office of this Paper. Don't Support Capitalist Insurance Companies. THE PLANET tRIENDLY ASSURANCE COLLECTING SOCIETY Exists to enable the workers to own and control THEIR OWN INSURANCE BUSINESS. Chief Offices OLD SQUARE, BIRMINGHAM. Agents all over the Country. J. SIMPSON, Secretary. Founded and Managed by Labour Men. District Manager: H. JONKER, Claude Road, Cardiff. ADDITIONAL AGENTS WANTED, I A. I. Freedman VICTORIA BUILDINGS. 76 & 76a, HIGH STREET (Top of the New Road), DOWLAIS. The Cheapest and Best House in the District for Clothing of every Description. TRY OUR WORKING BOOTS. Every Pair Warranted. GENTS' AND LADIE TAILORING A SPECIALITY. Style and Fit Guaranteed. NO ENTRANCE FEE. J620 Benefit for Mi ft* May be had by joining the Amalgamated Engineers' Widows and Orphans and Provident Collecting Society. Single or Married A.S.E. Members between the ages of 16 and 45 years can join (Half Benefit to these joining at 35 years and under 45 years of age. x Was founded by Members of the A.S.E. 23 years ago. Is managed entirely by Members of the A.S.E. A Collecting Society worthy of your support. Why support a Capitalist Insurance ? Capitalist object: Big Dividends, Elaborate Buildings, Private Owner- ship. Our object: A.S.E. Orphanage, or Home of Rest for Members of the A.S.E. Which are you supporting ? Give the Collector in your A.S.E. Branch 2d. for Rules and Card, and fill in the Entrance Form. If there is not a Collector send direct to the General Secretary, William Tait, J.P 6, Richmond Terrace, a t?. h -on- Tyne. Collector in Merthyr Branch: J. E. DAVIES, 16, Mount Pleasant Street, Dowlais. YOU CAN SAVE MONEY. HOW? By having an Up-to-date Advertisement well displayed in THE Local Newspaper. Begin the New Year, and you will gain in the end. DON'T DELAY. Get our Special Rates from the Advertising Dept, Office of this Paper. GEO. WILLIAMS & SON, Undertakers & Complete Funeral Furnishers, 10, Williams' Square, Glebeland, I Merthyr Tydfil. And 2, Norman Terrace, Pentrebach. Established 45 Years. Glass Hearses, Mourning Coaches and Cabs to Order. Lowest Prices and Workmanship Guaranteed. FOR 6d. you can get what you want.—Advertise by Small Ad- vertisement in the PIONEER. See rates. THOMAS & CO., Wine and Spirit Merchants. SPECIALITIES FOR THE COLD WEATHER:- Rum, 2/6 to 3/6. Irish Whisky, 2/6 to 5/- Scotch Whisky, 2/11 to 5/9. Brandy, 3 3 to 9/- Gin, 2/3 to 3/4. ALL PER BOTTLE. Fine Old Spanish Port, 1/1 per Bottle. Wines & Spirits specially Recommended for Invalids. Very Old Vintage Port, 2/6 per Bottle. Fine Old Cognac, 4/6 and 5/6 15 WINCARNIS, BEEFMALT, &c. Telephone, No. 174. 36 HIGH STREET, MERTHYR Under Lucania Billiard Saloon. MERTHYR Central Mission. SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 8th, 1914. 11 a.m.-Wesley Chapel. PREACHER: Rev. DAVID PUGHE. 3 P.m.Wesley Chapel, Brotherhood Meeting. SPEAKER: Rev. DAVID PUGHE. 6 p.m.—The Popular Service this Week will be held at WESLEY CHAPEL, PONTMORLAIS. PREACHER: Rev. DAVID PUGHE. ALL SEATS FREE. Church and Chapel Notices. SERVICES FOR SUNDAY, Sunday, February 8th, 1914. NOTE. Clergy and Secretaries of Chapels are requested by the Editor to kindly forward for publication particulars of forthcoming Services. THE PARISH CHURCH. DOWLAIS. Sunday, .February 8.—Morning, at 8 and 11; evening at 6. Services will be held on Wednesdays, at 7.30. THE WELSH CHURCH, DOWLAIS. Sunday, .February 8.—Morning, at 10.30. Evening at 6. Services will be held on Tuesdays, at 7.30 p.m. CHRIST CHURCH, PANT. Sunday, Feb. S.-Morning, at 11; evening at 6. Services will be held on Wednesdays, at 7.30. ST. MICHAEL'S CHURCH, PENGARNDDU. Sunday, .February 8.—Morning, at 8 and 10.30. Evening at 6. Services will be held on Wednesdays, at 7.30. ST. LUKE'S CHURCH, DOWLAIS. Sunday, .February 8.—Morning, at 8 and 11. Evening at 6. Services will be held on Tuesdays, at 7.30. CWM MISSION CHURCH, DOWLAIS. Sunday. Feb. 8.-Morning, at 8; Evening at 6. And at Wimborne Hall at 8. Services will be held on Tuesdays, at 7.30. The Sermons at all these services, unless otherwise announced, will be preached by the Rector and the assist- ant clergy. BEULAH CHURCH, DOWLAIS. Sunday, February 8 (Christian En- deavour Anniversary Services).-Moru- ing, at 11; afternoon, at 2.30; evening, at 6; preacher. Rev. Gwilym Davies, M.A.. Carmarthen. A Christian Endeavour Service will be held on Wednesday, Feb. 11, at 8 p.m.; speaker, Mr. S. Hoskins. GODDEX MEMORIAL HALL, PANT ROAD, DOWLAIS. Sunday..February 8.—Morning, at 11, Gospel Service; Sunday School at 2.30; evening, at 6, Gospel Service. Preacher, Rev. John Grey, pastor. S. JOHN'S CHURCH, PENYDARREN. Sunday, February S.-Morning, at 8, Holy Communion; afternoon, at 3.45. Service for Men; address by the Rev. W. H. Peregrine, B.A., of Pant, Dow- lais; evening, at 6.15, preacher, Rev. W. H. Peregrine, B.A., of Pant. EBBNBZEB CHURCH, MERTHYR. Sunday. February S. Morn- ing. at 11; preacher, Rev. D. Stephen Williams; evening, at 6, preacher, Rev. D. Stephen Williams; a quartette will be rendered at this service. Band of Hope, Monday evening, at 7 o'clock. Prayer meeting, Tuesday evening, at 7 MERTHYR CENTRAL MISSION. Sunday. February 8.—Morning, at 11. Wesley Chapel; preacher, Rev. Dd. Pughe. Afternoon, at 3, Brotherhood at Wes- ley Chapel; preacher, Rev. D. Pughe; soloist, Mr. David Rees. Evening, at 6; Popular Service at Wesley Chapel; preacher. Rev. David Pughe; soloist, Mr. David Rees. GRAIG CHAPEL, ABERCANAID. Sunday, February 8.—Morning, at 10.30; evening, at 6; preacher, Rev. Henry Thomas, Porth. ZION CHAPEL, ABERCANAID. Sunday, .February 8.—Morning, at 11; eveing, at 6; preacher, Rev. Enoc Hughes, pastor. DEML, ABERCANAID. Sunday, February 8. Morning, at 11; evening, at 6; preacher, Rev. Isaac James, pastor. WESLEY, TROEDYRHIW. Sunday February 8.—Morning, at 11; preacher, Mr. Miles, Merthyr; eve- ning, at 6 ;preacher, Rev. W. Dockeray, Merthyr. A fellowship service will be held on Monday, Feb. 9, at 7.30 p.m.; preacher Rev. W. Dockeray. CARMEL, TROEDYRHIW. Sunday, February 8.—Morning, at 11; evening, at 6; preacher, Rev. Jas. Davies. Prayer meetings will be held on Mon- day evening at 6.30, and Wednesday evening at 7; preacher, Rev. James Davies. NAZARETH, TROEDYRHIW. Sunday, February 8.—Morning, at 10.30; evening, at 6; preacher, Rev. Pumpsaint Jones, Treharris. Services will be held on Monday and Thursday evenings at 6.30; preacher, Rev. R. M. Harries. MISSION HALL, TROEDYRHIW. Sunday, February 8. Morning, at 11, open-air service; preacher, Mr. G. Bailey; evening, at 6; preacher, Mr. H. Tiley. Services will be held on Monday and Thursday at 6.30 p.m.. SARON, TROEDYRHIW. Sunday..February 8.—Morning, at 11; preacher, Rev. J. W. Price; even- ing, at 6; preacher, Mr. J. Evans. Services will be held on Monday and Thursday, at 6.30 p.m.; poher, Rev. J. W. Price. TABERNACLE, TROEDYRHIW. Sunday, .February 8.—Morning, at 11; evening, at 6; preacher, Mr. R. G. Thomas, Treharris. SALVATION ARMY HALL, TROEDYRHIW. Sunday, .February 8.—Morning, at 11; evening, at 6; preacher, Captain Carter. A service will be held on Monday night, February 2, at 7 o'clock; preacher, Captain Carter.
Dowlais Railwaymens Meeting
Dowlais Railwaymen's Meeting. PRESENTATION TO MR. COLLINS. A well-attended meeting of the Merthyr and Dowlais branches of the N.U.R. was held on Sunday afternoon at the Wimborne Hall, Dowlais, for the purpose of hearing an address by Mr. S. A. Williams, the organising secre- tary for South Wales. Coun. Daviee, J.P.. presided, and in his introductory remarks expre-ssed his pleasure at the presence of members of the Women's Guild, remarking that the women held the key to the industrial situation. He emphasised the necessity for dealing with the non-unionist question, and for workers to take more interest in munici- pal affairs, particularly in view of the enormous increase in rents. Mr. Williams, whose subject was "The Future Policy 01 the N.U.R. prefaced his remarks with a welcome to the ladies present. The Women's Guild, he said, did not receive the support deserved. The women had to keep house on a comparatively miser- able wage, and work a'l day in insanitary dwellings. As regards the railways, his point of view was that of the railwayman; yet he would say that capitalists were dissatisfied with the present system, a Royal Commis- sion having been demanded to investi- gate it. 1911 would prove an import- ant year regarding organisation. Owing to compulsory elementary edu- cation, workers were becoming en- lightened, and asking why there existed so much poverty and unem- ployment. Fourteen million people were always on the verge of starvation. Discontentment had arisen, and the question was, how oould it be har- nessed r The reply was. by getting all the railwaymen inside their organisa- tion. There were 300.0000 members still without. Moral persuasion would have to be employed against the spirit of non-unionism, but 'that failing, the time would come when they would re- fuse to work beside non-unionists. The Government had the right to tax all for the provision of things necessary foi the w