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The Manners of Youth

The Manners of Youth

As one who is daily compelled to make use of buses in order to attend to my duties. I have been much concerned of late with the manners, or to put it more bluntly. the lack of manners displayed by young people who are my fellow passengers. I have seen men give up their seats to
02 September 1944 - Pontypridd Observer - Pontypridd, Glamorgan, Wales
 
Died in Thailand

Died in Thailand

Mr and Mrs Harry Scriven. Ivydene, 38 Llantrisant Road, Gmig. Pontypridd. have been officially informed that their son. Gnr Ivor Scriven, died from beriberi on December 24. 1943. while a prisoner of war in Thailand. He was taken prisoner at the time of the fall of Singapore. Thi
02 September 1944 - Pontypridd Observer - Pontypridd, Glamorgan, Wales
 
MUSH MOVIETONE NEWS

MUSH MOVIETONE NEWS

POINTS TO REMEMBER
02 September 1944 - Pontypridd Observer - Pontypridd, Glamorgan, Wales
 
DRINK . . . PEGLERS' TEAS You will find them refreshing and economical PEG LERS

DRINK . . . PEGLERS' TEAS You will find them refreshing and economical PEG LERS

02 September 1944 - Pontypridd Observer - Pontypridd, Glamorgan, Wales
 
E TALLER! Quickly! Safely! " Privately! No Appliances; No Tablets; No Dieting. Details 6d stamp. Malcolm Ross, Height Specialist, BM/Hyte.

E TALLER! Quickly! Safely! " Privately! No Appliances; No Tablets; No Dieting. Details 6d stamp. Malcolm Ross, Height Specialist, BM/Hyte.

London, W.C.I. LIAVE YOU A PAIN? If so ease it AA with "Eezit" which contains special ingredients for the speedy relief of Headache. Neuralgia, or Lumbago. All Chemists. (Powders or Tablets.) • itfEN, WOMEN PAST 40. Feel Young As Ever. Oystrax Tonic Tablets contain vitamin stimu
02 September 1944 - Pontypridd Observer - Pontypridd, Glamorgan, Wales
 
Sir Robert Fossett's GIGANTIC CIRCUS & ZOO will aisit TAFF VALE PARK , PONTYPRIDD on SEPTEMBER 7, 8 and 9,

Sir Robert Fossett's GIGANTIC CIRCUS & ZOO will aisit TAFF VALE PARK , PONTYPRIDD on SEPTEMBER 7, 8 and 9,

1944 with TWENTY STAR TURNS including LIONS TIGERS BOXING KANGAROO LLAMAS AND WONDERFUL PERFORMING HORSES AND DOGS NOT FORGETTING AGA, THE FAMOUS ELEPHANT
02 September 1944 - Pontypridd Observer - Pontypridd, Glamorgan, Wales
 
TOWN HAI,I, MARKET SQUARE Continuous Daily from 4 p.m. Saturday 2 p.m. •••••••••••••••••••••• ........ AUGUST 28 ALL THE WEEK SEPTEMBER

TOWN HAI,I, MARKET SQUARE Continuous Daily from 4 p.m. Saturday 2 p.m. •••••••••••••••••••••• ........ AUGUST 28 ALL THE WEEK SEPTEMBER

4 MONDAY, TUESDAY, WEDNESDAY DON AMECHE, FRANCES DEE in HAPPY LAND The story of a simple family. Movingly, beautifully. thrillingly told. Also— FOLLIES GIRL THURSDAY, FRIDAY, SATURDAYSABU in JUNGLE BOOK Also— WEST SIDE KIDS
02 September 1944 - Pontypridd Observer - Pontypridd, Glamorgan, Wales
 
PONTYPRIDD SECOND COURT. – Police Officer hid in Pantry.

PONTYPRIDD SECOND COURT. – Police Officer hid in Pantry.

PONTYPRIDD SECOND COURT. - Police Officer hid in Pantry. Craig woman caught red-banded. How a police ollieer hid in a pantry and ' caught a thief red-handed was described at Poet ypridd Second Court on Wednesday 1% htn Fioicile, May Horton, aged 21, a married woman, of Philip Str
24 February 1940 - Pontypridd Observer - Pontypridd, Glamorgan, Wales
 
BAND INSTRUMENTS.

BAND INSTRUMENTS.

Will any band that hail, broken up and willing to lend their instruments to Pontypridd boys on home service kindly writ. to the - Observer" Office, Pontypridd.
24 February 1940 - Pontypridd Observer - Pontypridd, Glamorgan, Wales
 
DEATH IN THE DARK "'The driver NW Mat we him in the black-out! " is the of hundreds of accidents=

DEATH IN THE DARK "'The driver NW Mat we him in the black-out! " is the of hundreds of accidents=

week. Nearly 1 , 260 re ad deaths la owe Remember, there will be danger on your way home might. Cross, when you 9m, at traffic lights. Look both ways before stepping the peranast. And when you are an it is ode to moss eh. road, throw the light torch down on to your feet so am yo
24 February 1940 - Pontypridd Observer - Pontypridd, Glamorgan, Wales