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PIANOFORTE.—Lady must sell at once, 65-guinea JL black ebony Upright Grand. on massive brass sounding plate, fitted with grand repeater check action, lieavy gilded steel frame, handsome marque- terie and bevelled panels, carved pillars, nearly new maker's 20 years' warranty transferred; take 20 guineas approval willingly; carriage paid both ways If not approved. No finer instrument could be desired.— Apply 231. Burdett-road. Bow. London, E. 849 iUtnrlfs. Sricgrles, &c. BICYCLES..£5-5s cash. or 15s with order and 10s per jLy month free wheel, two brakes, lamD, bell, pamp. &c.: honest. reliable machines carriage paid; guar- anteed two years; ten days' a.pproval.-Testlmonlals and photo from G. Beatson. Lion Cycle Works. Mossley street, Birmingham. 542 1Bønustic Articles. ONG-waisted Corsets, boned real whalebone, black, JLi white, or grey, 18 to JOtn. 25 6d, 31 to 36in. 3s 3d.— Sydney George, Corset Factory, Birmingham. 18461 "VT OW we shan't be long getting our family washing lvl done. because we use ana of Spencer's Wringing and Mangling Machines.—Spencer's Baby Carriage Warehouse, St. John's-square, Cardiff. Send posVcard for price list. 536—898n ONE of the Wonders of the Age is Spencer's New High Arm SeWÍn Machine with walnut cover and full set of appliances for £2 18s 6d cash. Money returned If not approved. Best value in sewing machines.— Spencer's Domestic Machine Depot. St. Cardiff. Send post-card for price list. 5757-7090 ilUMcal iv £ nuJ>tes. |>UBBER Appliances. Enemas, Elastic Hosiery, See. Xtilists free Trusses, 2s 6d double, 3s 6d.—Atkinson's (C. T.). Hill-street, Middlesbrough, Estab. 1870. 535 JFor Stale. 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RAPHAELS ALMANAC FOR 1906 NOW READY. Contains hints to Farmers and Gardeners Birth- day Information. When to Court, Marry, Buy, SellJ Speculate, Hire Servants, Seek Employment, Travel, Remove, Sign Contracts. Deal with others. Ask Favours, Bake. Brew. Set Fowls. Fish. &c., &c. A buyer writes —" I have had your Almanac three years, but I like it so well, I would not be without it for ten times its price, since following your advice, I have not had one crop fail." "Another uriteg-" My birthday is the 5th of February and the readine for that day is as true as daylight. I have inquired the birthday, of more than 20 persons and have always found it to come true," Another writes—" I put my vines in according to your Almanac, they have grown wonderfully and produced such grapes as Go puzzle some of the bes. growers." Another wrilies-" I have followed the time yon have stated for planting and I can assure yon mv flowers look splendid." 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Whooping Cough, and Bronshitis. and can highly recommend it to all parents for such complaints. SEE THAT YOU GET THE GENUINE ARTICLE TUDOR WILLIAMS' PATENT BALSAM OF HONEY MOST IMPORTANT. SO MANY IMITATIONS AND FRAUD. Sold by all Chemists and Stores in Is. 2s 6d, and 4B 61 bottles. Sample bottle sent (postpai for Is 3d. 3s and 5s from the in mentor. Saving in pur- chasing the larger size botolea. I D. TUDÖR ^^ILLIAMS.I'S.D.E.W MEDICAL HALL, ABERDARE. 11. Insurant. ■■■ ■■. SUN FIRE OFFICE j FOUNDED 1710. i Funds in Hand" £2,563,000.1 ihtliiic 0,atias. NCER HOSPITAL (Free), Fulham- \J road. London, S.W.—PATIENTS SEEN DAILY on their own application at 2 o'clock. Funds urgently needed for general expenses and for the Research Department. 18294 Secretary Fred W. HowelL A "pOWERFUL & rjlHRILLING SERIAL OF INTENSE HUMAN INTEREST. THE CRIME IN THE 0ARDEN, BY RICHARD MARSH, Author of "The Dead Whistle," "The Twieken ham Peerage," The Goddess t A Demon," tfhe Beetle A Mystery," "In Fall Ory," A Spoiler of Men." etc., etc. WILL BEGIN PUBLICATION ON OCTOBER 7th in sbe colamns of the CARDIFF nniMES AND SOUTH YJR ALES ■^I^EEKLY J^EWS Mr RICHARD MARSH occupies a unique position as an author. Possessed of a strongly individual but lacid style, he is widely kuowa as a writer of vivid narrative, crisp dialogue, and altogether of healthy fiction of absorbing io- terest. Consequently be hardly needs introduc- tion to OUT readers. The high level of his pre- vious work naturally gives rise to the expecta- tion of something more than the average news- paper serial. "Tbe Crime in the Garden should fulfil the most exacting requirements. In- it there ia the play of s trong human passion, the diamond cut diamond of plot and counter- plot, the brisk dialogue—cutting and often cynical in its directness—and the rapier thrusts of repartee, all enacted or described with that power and lacidity for which the author is famous. The opening scene is in that Temple of Chance," the Casino of Monte Carlo. Only two figures in the motley throng concern us-Philip Lord, a. grave and raifcer reserved young Englishman, and a young and pretty giil. Ford ia watching the girl who is playing—and IOlin. A man who strongly resembles Ford is also play- ing—and winning. After a while Ford strolls oat into the grounds. He turns to go back and is startled to find the giil standing behind him, with an upraised knife. She coolly and mock- ingly apologises for having mistaken his iden- tity and hurries away. Next morning Ford is shocked to learn that his doable" has bees found dead in tbe grounds—stabbed. News that bis brother 81r Geoffrey is dying takea him to England, where he succeeds to the title. We are next taken to "Glynde," » comfortable country mansion in Essex. The pretty mistress Mn Alan Thurston, baa been a governess, and therefore appreciates keenly the sybaritic luxury bv which she is now surrounded. Ber husband is a careless happy-go-lucky type of English- man. nis treatment of his former fiancee, Doris Owen, has not been above reproach, an the reader will appreciate the relnctance with which that pnre and beautiful girl accompanies her mother to the bouse of tbe man who ba8 jilted bet. Sir Pbilip Ford is also a member of this curiously constituted house-party. MfS Thurston recognises him, but conceals the fact. When he lees ber face to face he knoe ber to be the woman he had seen at Monte Carlo, al- though Ibe denies ever having visited tbe Riviera. Doris, fully aware of the mercenary motives of her mother, warns Alan Thurston thst if he concedes her demands she will leave at once. She also confides in Sir Philip and askn his advice in seenriug a position of independ- ence. Here we have the beginning of confiden- tial relations which by-and-bye develop suffi- ciently to tinge the whole story with romance. The promptness and skill with which Ford sets himself to unravel this tangle of cross purposes if only a foretaste of the htrenRtb and resourcefulness of tbe man when, later on, he has to cope with deeper end more dangerous issues. There is nothing of tbe namby-pamby horo about him. Whether he is right or wrong in his estimate of tbecharaeter crMrs Alan Thurttton, we will leave the author to reveal In tbe course of his story. This must we may say, that beneath her charming exterior there is a cool brain, a matchless audacity, and a wily cunning—that, in faet, in this pretty girlish itomaa Pbilip Ford finds an adversary worthy of his steel. With principles such as these, a drama of real life, tike "The Crime In the Garden,"cannot bnt attain a high level. We can confidently recommend it at a thrilling and enthralling novel worthy alike of the author's reputation and of the reader's perusal, READ THE CRIME IN THE ^J.ARDEN. BY RICHARD MARSH. IT WILL APPEAR IN THE CARDIFF rjlIMES AMD gouru-^y ALES EEKL £ EV; s OF OCTOBER fth. Also a COMPLETE STORY by a popular writer weekly. A SOLID SILVER -EvofjiXfli WATCH t3XMjruj IN the Central Squareof theDiagram we have placed the figure 5. Arrange the figures 1, 2. 3. 4, 6, 7. 8, and 9 -—- —— -— in the remaining squares in such a 5 manner, thali they will add 15 un and' down, across, and diagonally from —— corner to corner. If correct, we undertake to present you with a LADY'S or GENT'S SOLID SILVER WATCH (good timekeeper) entirely free of charge. Write your m v solution on a plain sheet of £ a £ paper, with your name and >d- g 5 W |B S — dress clearly written underneath. o o Enclose your solution to us with a stamped addressed envelope so that we may write and tell you if correct. When you re- celve the Watch you must show it to your friends, and winners BwL?HJM|| will be required to Bny a Cham from us to wear with the watch. IRyj. I f^Ujng Nearly 4,000 Watches have ILl. USKMT« ready been Given Away to win- tiers, and we have received hundreds of letters thanking us for the valuable present sent free. Write to-day to DEPT. 15. 18508 THE LEVER WATCH ALLIANCE. 3, Red Lion-court, Fleet-street, Don,- E.C. JgASS AND MILD ALES. SEASON BREWINGS WAT NOW BE HAD IN. PRIME CONDITION, IN CASKSIOB BOTTLES, OF FJJLTON, DUNLOP, AND CO., OARDIFF d itasittess JUfrmsfs JI..t ).¡¡.:1JI BENSON'S RINGS 109000 | in Stock Largest Stock. Best Quality. Lowest Prices. £ 1 to £ 500 BrilliAnta, Pearli, Rnblei, vfeBE¥¥68^W r-r^]CT Bmer&ld*, &e.t *0. caji bb KrECHAS1H> w CAN BE PUBCBKJ) BY I Opals and Rubies, or Sapphiree Brilliant, Rubies or H Brilliants, £ 6. and Brilliants, £ 20. Sapphires, £ 215s. QfPilC ^JU»HEZ> MONTHLY Brilliants, £12. Brilliants, P,8 lOaL Brilliants, £ 1010s.. ■ BENSON'S do not'charge ezua for buying thla way; K »5SEiftSk 1U0STJMID | 62&64, LUDGATE HILL, E.C. FREL rgCvHs j H. SAMUEL'S GREAT. ALTERATION SALE. Enormous Price Reductions at H.' Samuel's I FOR 21 DAYS ONLY. Extensive alterations, necessitated by an increasing demand for H. SAMUEL'S famous Factory Price Specialities is being made the occasion of some sensational sacrifices in Watches, Rings, Gems, Jewellery, Electro-silver, Wedding1 Gifts, &c. Some Record-breaking Bargains will be offered from day to day, and much money will be saved by fortunate buyers H who make their purchases during the progress of this wonderful Sale Event. 1 Here are some Typical Selections Values down for Clearance. A Month's 8 j Free Trial allowed with any article, on the money-back principle :— 5/6,—Oak Biscuit Barrels, handsome O x/9.—Handsome Silver-mounted Flower A I Nickel-plated Mounts — « Vases. Best Glass — 7/6.—Handsome Four-bottle Dinner O/Q 6/6.-—Solid real Gold Hall-marked N IQ Cruets, Electro-plated Stands C>/«7 Gem Rings, choicely set real O/U 40/—Solid real Gold Alberts, the O C/ Stones. A marvellous opportunity Talk of the Town W/" 5/6-—Solid Real Gold Brooches, in O/Q great variety fU1 & 8/6.—Real Silver-"backed Hair m. ■ Brushes, Fashionable Cherub h/X l/lO.—Handsome Nickel Timepieces, A I Design. Good Bristles.- accurate and reliable 8/6.—Ladies' Silver Watches, with Albert £ 2 If* complete. A Wonderful Bargain f \J Handsome Real Silver Watches C lO for men. Accurate, reliable J \J Ladies' Gold Watches, Engraved A >"7 IC* A Cases, Most desirable present A I J VI Solid Silver Curb Alberts, hall marked. 13/s Special r/lMi *'ne Eight-day Regulator Clocks. Strike A C £ ? iwgjgy J JIM' hours and half-hours. Wonderful value Jlv|v iBI t y/jf f HJ!w handsome Solid Gold Engraved Keeper 5/6 Sterling Silver Cabinet 2^3 Solid Gold Scarf Pins, Charms, Lace Brooches, &c. iJ9 \»j!M 1" A Porcnnol Visit will acquaint JOU with many 3M- \S|g| 2S»r A 1. PI OUlidi ¥ lolL prising offers not described here. I Some one of the BARGAINS may fit your requirements. CALL TO-DAY. | CUSTOMER'S TRAIN FARE PAID AS USUAL. I H. SA14UEL 7t ST. 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I THE WEEK'S MARKETS. f CORN.. Cardiff. Saturday.—wheats of-all descriptions was firm afi advauces of 3d to 6d per qr. Maize and grinding barley were 3d dearer. Oats 3d to 6d: higher. Beans fnlly 6d better. Peas firm. Gloucester, Saturday.—Wheat in moderace-snpnly; reds, 3s 6d to 311 7d; whites, 38 9d per bushel. Foreign wheat 3d to 6d dearer-Pla,1ie. 31s 6d Plate maize 3d dearer 25s 3d to 238 6d Sharpness. Grinding barley Gd-; dearer, at 19a3d;per quarter, Weather dull. Newport, Wednesday.—Wheat firm at last week's prices. Maize unchanged. Barley 3d. dearer. Oata,'l dearer. Offals scarce and dearer. Fines flour 248 6d. CATTLE. Roath (Cardiff), Tuesday.—A middling supply of cattle, meeting a steady demand. Sheep and lambs were a good supply in sound request. Pigs enough for requirements. A few calves. Quotations Choice steers and heifers. 58s to 62s per cwt.; second lots, 54s to 56s per cwt. cows and bulls. 44s to 50s per cwt. Sheep—choice wethers, 7d t0 8d per lb.; ewes, 64d to 7d per Jb. lambs, nd to 8d per lb. I'IBS—choice porkers, 10s 6d to 10s 9d per score a few extra choice, lis per score secondlots. 10s to 10s 3d per score baconers, 9s to 9s 6d per score. Calves. 8d per lb. A choice supply of beef in the carcase market and a fair trade, pcices about same. Mutton' and lamb a good supply in sound demand. A few carcases of pork. Prices Sides of ox or heifer beef, 5d to 5d per Ib second lots, 5d to per Jb. hinds, 64d to 6%d per lb. fores, 4d to 4d per lb. Wether mutton, 7d to 7td per lb. do., Biid. to Gjd per lb.; lamb. 7d to 7d per lb. Pork. 6d toG^dperlb. Newport, Wednesday.—Good attendance, large supply of cattle, sheep and lambs, shore supply of calves aDd pigs. Prices •—Best beef 6Vid to 6Y2d, seconds Gd. cows 5d to 5%d, best wether mutton lid to 8d, ewes 6d to 7d. lambs 8d tio 8d, calvel 6d to 7d,'porker pigs 10s 3d to 10s 6d. FAIR. Abergavenny, Monday.—The weather for the fair, though doubtful and showery at times, kept up well and a very large number of people visited the town, amonest them being many well known buyers. Tho market on the whole was good with the excep- tion of horses, which seemed rather below the average. There was a good demand for pitters but uone to meet it. Sheep were plentiful and the prices Iload. There was a scarcity of cattle, and the prices were therefore satisfactory from the sellers' point of view. The usual pleasure fair was held in Stanley's field, JautLwhile there were not so many shows as usual, what there were were well patronised during tbe day. Rhayader, Tuesday.—To-day's fair was largely attended. Supply and demand were about even. Prices were good and slightly improved on those of recent surrounding fairs. Cows with calves realised £11 to yearlings, JE7 to JE8 10s heifers, t7 10s to .£9; Welsh ewes, 22s to 30s cross-bred ewes, 28s to 34s; black-faced ewes., 329 to 40a; Welsh lambs, 10s to 19a cart pigs. 18s to 25s wether mutton. 7d to 7Jd ewe mutton, 63 to 7d lamb, 8d pork. 5d Scarcely any beef on offer. CHKESE. Newport, Wednesday.—Good supply, fair attend- ance. quick business. Quotations Caerphillies 44s to 50s. fancy dairies 51s to 54s, Cheddars 56s to 58s, truckles 52s to 58s.
ECCLESIASTICAL TOLERANCE. What the Church Commission Will Recommend. The belief that the Roval Commission on Church Discipline will advocate toleranoa of each other's views on the part of the High Church and Low Church partiaa i* Raining ground. A well-known Churchman writes There can be no doubt that the evidence on both sides has convinced the Commissioners that the policy of live and let live is the only possible one, and, judging by the history of the pMt, such a policy should work satisfactorily. There is no real hostility between godly Ritualists and godly Evangelicals, and much has transpired during the work of the Commission to justify the belief that a great deal of the agitation of tbe past few years baa sprung trom merely nominal Chnreb people, if not actually Nonconformists. It is a remarkable fAct that tha witnesses who gave evidence against usages in particular churches are not connected with tbe localities in which the churches are situated. An Aeton witness, for instance, spoke abont practices In a. church in Newcastle-on-Tyne. The figures as to Church attendance submitted to the Commis- sion mast also have made a great impression on the Commissioners. With regard to the question of vestments raised in the recent letter of the Bishop of Chester to the Archbishop of Canterbury, it may be lecalled that the Bishop of London two years ago warned Low Churchmen that they would do well to leave the subject alobe. He told them that if they did not, and if tbe question were again submitted to the courts, there could be no doubt that the sue of vestments would ba de- clared compulsory, and it is well known that the Archbishop of Canterbury is convinced that tbe rehearing of a case involving vestments wculd result in their use being declared at least legal. An increase in the Episcopate and a return to synodical action are likely to be the out- come of tbe Commission's labours. A return to synodical action would doubtless fcring about a better undeistanding between clergy of all schools, and it is on Buch lines that tbe peace of thi Church will be best secuVed."
BABIES IN SCHOOL Interesting Report. A volume of reports, by women inspectors of the Board ol Education, on children under five years of age ia public elementary schools, la issued aa a Parliamentary paper. To it is pre- fixed introductory memorandum bv tbe Chief Inspector of Public Elementary Schools (Mr Cyril Jackson), who states :— It was decided to employ some of the women inspectors of tbe Board from April 1, 1904, in an inquiry relative to the aeof admission of infants to public elementary schools and the curriculum suitable for very yoang children. There has been a careful examination of some thousands of children. Vaiious testa were devised, and each of the investigators bad slightly different methods. It will be seen that there is complete unanimity that the children between the ages of three and five get practic- ally no intellectual advantage from school in- Itlnotion. The inspectors agree that tbe mechanical teaching in many infant schools seems to dull rather than awaken tbe little powar of imagina- tion and independent observation which these infants pOJae.a.. Children say what they think the teacher would like them to say if asked to draw anything they like, they attempt the re- production of some school copy previously set the wearisome iteration of the same work makes them all of one pattern they become apathetic the actual knowledge acquired is not beneficial. The childron admitted later can in six months or a year reach the same standard of attainment as those who have been in the school for two yeais previously. Tbey may speak in more homely fashion and be a little less glib in phrases, but the fluency of the others is unnatural. The late comer uses'his own words and not the teacber's. He reads with a greater grasp of the>ense, if leas mechanical mastery of single words be therefore reads with more readineas and expres- sion, and he phrases better. In number be does not count by ones as the drilled child has been taught to do, and he tbereforogets a better gtasp of arithmetical processes. Even in aubjects like writing and dictation or drawing, he shows very little inferiority to tbe rest after a short time. It has always been claimed that tbe children admitted later are leas easy to discipline. Even this seems doubtful, for these children very soon fall ioto tbe order of tbe school. It wonld seem that a new form of school ia necessary for poor children. The better parents should be discourngad from sending the children before five, while the poorer, who must do '0, should send them to nursety schools rather than schools of instruction. In this connection there ia a general.agreement that the best informed teacher is not necessarily the best baby-minder. It is desirable that there should be a special training for infant teachers, but under present circumstances might not two supplementary teachers of good motherly instincts be aa Rood for 60 babies betwecn-three and five years of age as one clever ex-collegian ? These girls, who would stay for a few years before marriage would not expert or need so high a salary aa the teacher trained for a life profession. The question of underfed children cannot fail to be touched in tbe course of such an inquiry. It is interesting to find", general agreement that it is unsuitable tatber than insufficient feeding that is responsible for sickly children. Want of sufficient sleep—neglect of personal cleanliness— I badly ventilated bowea ara contributory causes of the low physical standard reached. The wider question aa to the character which schools for children under five should assume, if indeed any • institution for teaching is needed, will require tbe fullest consideration of tbe Board of Eduea. ) tion and of local education authorities.
"HtLP," "MURDER!" At Caerphilly on Tuesday Alfred Davies, of Francis-streat, Bargoed, was oharged with usinig obscene language. Mrs Emma Davies stated that defendant knocked at her door and she ordered him away, whereupon he baeame very abusive.— Cross-examined; She did not accuse bim of immoral acta with a. gipay on the mountain. Defendant: Were you drunk yoftrself ?—No. Defendanc: Yon were not drank either when they carried yon home on a hurdle ?—Witness Thnt has nothing to do with this case. (Laub. tër.) A not her witness stated that hearing a disturb- ance she went ont totheatreetabd called out "hep," "police," and "murder". Had IIbe not (orotected Mra Daviea abe would have been uearly killed. A fine of 101 and cost*was imposed,
CARDIFF RATES. Finance Cemmlttee and a Surplus. I Cardiff Finance Committee on Wednesday determined to recommend the Council to adopt their estimates and to levy a general I district rate for the half-year of Is 9d in 1 the £ and to allow the borough rate precept to stand. be position is that a aam of £12.600 remains as surplus on the estimated expenditure for the year ended March 31st of the year, and this could be applied to the reduction by 3d in the £ 1 of the rate to be levied, bnt as the Corporation may determine to go for a loan of £ 60,000 during the next half-year, the costs of promotion and interest will probably exhaust the £ 12,600now in hand, and so the Finance Committee will adhere to their estimates wbicb bad been cent back for consideration 0:1 these points.
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————————————— IBttshuss 1 PEOPLE TELL THE TRUTH. People teii the truth about GWILYM EVANS' QUININE BITTER3 They are grateful for the good they derived when suffering from starve poor, thin blood; or the exhaustion « nerves, and the worries from owork they hail this great remedy aa a beacw» light which showed them the way health and strength again, THE BEST REMEDY. The best remedy foi WEAKNESS, NERVOUSNESS, i INDIGESTION, 1 f SLEEPLESSNESS, ? LOW SPIRITS, NEURALGIA, CHEST AJPFECTIONS, L08S OF APPETITE. GWILYM EVANS' QUININE BITTERS Testimonial. „ 103, GHlfach Gynon, TwynyrodyOi Merthyr Tydfil- DSir. In May, 1901,1 became iJl frorn8 very severe attack of nervous proswaj t' tion. Ijife reas a perfect misery, as Nervousness was so depressed, dyspeptic, ai:d we* Nervousness I have been treated by differen Nervousness doctors, and tried nearly every P*5 medicine, but derived a mere tem- porary relief. A few weeks agP* friend from Carmarthen advised n™ to try Gwilym Evans .Quinine Bitteff, and I purchased a large bottle, had no confidence then in its efficacy to do me any good. I am elad to sa Weakness the effect has been marvellous f Weakness me. 1 am now in almost P** Weakness health. I shall continue its use 13* little while longer to prevent the* ness returning. 1 can truly say there is no tonic that I know of to Gwilym Evans' Qainine and you are at perfect liberty to pa lish this statement, as I think any person suffering from any nervous diseases will find a true friend »■ Gwilym Evans' Quinine Bitters persevered with. I am, yours Ac., HENBY TUi&EB. A TRUE FRIEND. Testimonial. 25, St. Mary s-ioad, Garston, near Liverpool. 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Nervous Debility and Indigestion, and had completely run down. could not sleep at night for pains injjjj chest, near the heart, and a øwellUS" in the throat almost suffocated T09\ When sleep did come it was only 0? short duration. I visited a Thro*' Hospital, and I went regularly, twice a week for up wards o nine months, but I found I was eetti"* worse. 1 then consulted anoth" Indigestion doctor, who advised me to take a Indigestion tonic for six months. After having Indigestion spent over £ 20 in medicine, <tc.« started taking Gwilym Evans' Bitters, Wuen I had taken two bottle* I found I was slightly better, and I had taken the fourth bottle the plJU" in my chest and throat seemed ) and I realised I was getting bet. in health and spirits. After takin*" course of Gwilvm Evans' Bitters I could eat and enjoy my and my sleep at night My strength returned, and life again a pleasure to me. In all I toO Chest and about eleven 48 6d bottles of Gw1 Throat Evans Quinine Bitters, and I *"f Affections. cured. Since then I have had health, my complaints have troubled me. and during the last eig1 years I have not lost a sinsie d work through illness, as mi fzi ployers can testify, thns proving it is a Genuine Cure Gwilym aflJL Quinine Bitters fought the disesjF itself. I sincerely hope that this tea* monial will meet the eyes of those i may t»e suffering like I was, and I great pleasure in allowing you •" publish the same.—Yours sincerely, J. H. SAUNDRBS- GWILYM EVANS' QUININE BITTERS Strengthens the system, stimulates th circulation, assists and promotes tion, improves the appetite, braces an nerves, and fortifies the museles. SOLD EVERYWHERE.. Sold everywhere in bottles, 2s 9d an 4s 6d each, or will be sent, post free, f"* ceceipt of stamps, dixcct from the oOi» t Proprietors— Proprietors— QUININE BITTERS MANUFACTURE COMPANY, LIMITED, LLANELLY, SOUTH WALES. 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