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Addresses HE DAILY DELIGHT FOR THOUSANDS. THE TEA FOR ALL ANCHOR TEA ANCHOR TEA ANCHOR TEA ANCHOR TEA ;5WSee the Trade Mark Is on every Packet: 'TRADE MA.RK ø-See the Trade Mark is on every Packet. ANCHOR TEA ANCHOR TEA ANCHOR TEA ANCHOR TEA PER Is 4d, Is 6d, Is lOd, 2s, and 2s 4d. POUND. SOLD BY AGENTS EVERYWHERE For agencies apply to the ANCHOR TEA COMPANY, 22, Beer Lane, and 41,Great Tower-st, London, E.C MR. EDMUND LAW, AUCTIONEER, 12, LONDON-ROAD, NEATH, IS Prepared to conduct Sales in town or country, Furniture warehoused, Stocks or other sales -Cashed if required. Advances made. All sales settled following day. Appointed by His Honour Judge Bishop to Levy Distresses for Rents in England and Wales. Established for Quarter of a Century GEORGE THOMAS, FLANNEL MERCHANT, (Near the Weighbridge), COITY STREET, BRIDGEXD, Begs to inform the inhabitants of the town and district that he supplies the best Flannellings at the most moderate charges- Orders solicited. NEW GARDEN & FLOWER SEEDS. B. GBIFFITHS Has received his annual consignment of ■Garden and Flower Seed from the same Champion Firm as before the same Seeds always producing Champion Results. NOTE THE ADDRESS:— B. GRIFFITHS, CHEMIST, BRIDGEND. Also at Pontycymmer and Blaencaerau. Bill Posting at Bridgend. TP D. SCHOFIELD, BILL POSTER and J- • DELIVERER for TOWN and COUNTRY, R nts all the principal Hoardings in Bridgend V ork executedwith despatch. —Address, near. the New Bridge Bridgend. J. C. HITT & SON, SANITARY PLUMBERS, HOT WATER ENGINEERS, & GAS-FITTERS, 9, ADARE STREET, BRIDGEND- Electric and Pneumatic Bells and Green- house Fittings. Competent Tin and Copper Smith kept oa premises. All Orders attended to immediately, and Executed at Reasonable Prices. The highest Testimonials can be given for wo/k done /• >ri)TC Experience Unnecessary. I v> To start BENSON'S WATCH, &c., WANTFI1 ^kUBS, for the supply of Good, nnnl CU* Sound, and Reliable Timekeepers at .a. Moderate Price. Terms Liberal. Particulars and Pamphlet Post Free. J. W. BENSON, Originate the Club System (40 years ago), 62 and 64, LUDGATE HILL, E.C. 5815 Trade Addresses. FOR FURNITURE ON EASY TERMS OF PAYMENT, By Special Arrangement to Suit the Convenience of Customers, WEEKLY, FORTNIGHTLY, OR MONTHLY, AND FOR Every Advantage of Price, Quality, and Selection, as well as for Fair and Just Treatment, you should Go or Write to F. C. EDDERSHAW, COMPLETE HOUSE FURNISHER, 19, HIGH STREET, SWANSEA. W Call and Inspect the STOCK, and See for Yourselves. LOWEST PRICES. EASIEST TERMS. ESTIMATES FREE. ALL GOODS DELIVERED FREE. 5146 NATURE'S PERFECT REMEDY FOR ALL KINDS OF WORMS. WILLIAMS' PONTARDAWE WORM LOZENGES For over Thirty Years this highly valuable remedy has met with the greatest success. The effect upon weak, delicate children (often given up as incurable) is like magic. Getting rid of his tormenting pests by taking these Lozenges the thin, pale-faced, inanimate child becomes strong, healthy, and lively,the pride,instead of the anxiety of his guardians. SYMPTOMS.—Any of the following symptoms indicate Worms .-—Variable appetite, foetid breath, acid eructations pains in the stomach and head, sickness, grinding of the teeth during sleep, dreams and restlessness, picking of the nose, paleness of the countenance, hardness and fullness of the belly, slimy stool with occasional griping pains, more par- ticularly about the navel, stitches in the side, short dry cough, emaciation of the body, often mistaken for decline, nervousness, slow fever and irregular pulse, sometimes faintuess, convulsions, often causes sudden death, heat and itching about the anus, which often causes them to he mistaken for piles, dizziness, sore thioat, and inflammation of the bowels. The above symptoms vary according to the kind of worms. WILLIAMS' (Pontardawe) WORM LOZENGES are prepared from the Original Receipt by J. DAVIES, CHEMIST, 30, HIGH STREET SWANSEA. And Sold by most Chemist at 9d., Is. Hd., and 28. 9d. per Box by post 14 or 34 stamps. Protected by the Government Stamp, on which are engraved the words WILLIAMS' WORM LOZENGES." 5095 HAYMANS BALSAM, The Old Welsh Remedy. FOR COUGH, COLD, INFLUENZA, BRONCHITIS^&C. THIRTY YEARS' REPUTATION-INCREASING SALE. .r.> "I HAVE NEVER KNOWN IT FAIL TO GIVE RELIEF," Mr Eli Bousher, Fcnn Cottage, Lambornc. FIND IT INVALUABLE FOR BAD COUGHS AND COLDS," Mrs Eason, London Road, Sleaford. Sold everywhere, price Is lid and 2s 9d. SUNLIGHT SOAP. COMPETITIONS. 2^2 OOO Bicycles, Watches, f 9 and Books, value £ 4! 9QQ4 The First of these Monthly Competitions will be Wr on January 31st, 1894, to be followed by others each month during 1894. Competitors to as many SUNLIGHT Soap Wrappers as they can collect. t,: oA2D3>PTv.1i)ii ♦u'ra<?Rer~that Portion containing the heading ''SUN- LIGHT SOAP. These (ca!I ed the Coupons") are to be sent, enclosed with a sheet of paper on which the Competitor has written his or her lull name and address, and the number of coupons sent in nostap-p paid, to Messrs. Lever Brothers, knrnted, Port Sunlight, near Birkenhead, marked on the Postal Wrapper (top left-hand corner) with the NUMBER of the DISTRICT Competitor lives in. a wrapper No. of For this Competition the United value of Pri7« T -.t.i „ Dig. Kingdom will be divided into Tbe Prizes will be awarded every month during 1694, jnyen each month Priy^irT n?». o trict. 8 Districts aanader: m each of the 8 District/as underTeach.u" _i IRELAND. Every month, in each of the 8 dls- £ s. d. £ s. d a SCOTLAND. rlcts, tile 5 Competitors who send the larg-est number of Coupons from the dis- 3 MIDDLESEX, KENT, and trict In which they reside, will each SURREY. J*feJye> winner's option, a Lady's or 4 'DWAKW: ° U^TIie ^y^esf Val ue (je20*W. ,00 o o 9<Soo o o SHIRE.. 1 nert 20 Competitors will each —— receive, at winner's option, a Lady's or 5 CUMBERLAND, WEST- Gent's "Waltham" Stem-Wlødlngsilver MORELAND, LANCA- Lever Watch, value £ 4 4s 84 o o 806.4 o o SHIRE, and ISLE OP The next aoo Competitors will each MAN. receive a Book, published at 5s 50 o o 4800 o o 6 WALES, CHESHIRE, The next 300 Competitors will each STAFFORDSHIRE, receive a Book, published at 3s. 6d m 10 o 5040 o a SHOPSHIE, WOR- The next 400 Competitors will each J 50 0 0 4800 o 0 HPREFOPr/sM 1 pij Tho n**t Soo Competitors will each HEREFORDSHIRE. receive a Book, published at as 50 o o 4800 o o 7_ NOTTINGHAMSHIRE, The next 1,000 Competitors will each CO L NS M Ir'e^L E ICES reccIve Book' Published at is. 50 o o 4800 o o LNSttlE, LEICES- TERSHIRE, WAR- p, P WICK5HIPP Dl IT- KULtJ)# LANDSHIDP* nod ?L Competitions will Close the last day of each 41004 o A mi r SITDDJ. ? month. Coupon, received too late for one month'a com- » 4 O O £ V. SUFFOLK, petition will be pot into the next, CAM B I DO ESHIE, I1* Competitors who obtain wrappers from untold HUNTINGDONSHIRE. 80aPln will be diiqualMed. Employe NO RTHAMPT n Nl 61 Me*«r». Lever Brother*, Limited, and their lanuliea, c u ID 13 ahnrJiwik <l*b«red from competing. «H,DC ."EDFORD- III. A printed lit of Winners of Bicycle* and SHIRE, and OXFORD- Watches, ana of Winning Numbers of Coupons for Boota SHIRE. in Competitor^ District Wiu be forwarded, 21 days after r each competition closes, to those competitors who send A ESSEX, HERTFORD- Half-penny Stamp for Postage, but in all cases where 4awMlr 1 ^HIREr BUCKING- thlBfSIn0n6, 8tamp cnclosed" thonl<1 be 1fvritt*a 1BERK- iv Lever Brotherg. Limited, will award the It Sn I RE, SUSSEX, prizes fairly to the best of their ability and judgment, /1 ■* HAMPSHIRE, WILT. but it is understood that all who compete agree to accept I Jv- i^if'li Sr 1 S 111 R. B OLOUCBS the award of Me!lSrl. Lever Brothers, Limited, as tIDal. 9 1 TERSHI RE, SOMER- *The Bicycles are the celebrated Helical (Spiral) SETSHIRE, DORSET- Tnbe Premier Cycles (Highest award, World's Fair, «HIRE, DEVONSHIRE, Chicago, 1893), manufactured by the" Premier Cycla I ■ I COPNWAI I Kl p on Company, Ltd., of Coventry and 14 Holborn Viaduct, win HX uhuMrr Lono°n. Dunlop 1094 Pneumatic Tyres; Sal*. alia CHANNEL, bury's Invincible Lamp: Lamplush's 406 Saddle- ISLANDS. Harziion'i Gong; Tool Value, Pump, Ac. FTJBITITUE-E I AT WHOLESALE PRICES. D OWN & SON, FOR GOOD SUBSTANTIAL FURNITURE, gEDSTEADS, JJEDDING, CARPETS, LINOLEUMS, AND EVERY DESCRIPTION OF HOUSE FURNITURE STEAM CABINET WORKS, 221, HIGH STREET & MORRIS LANE, S -vv .A :r:q- S :ED .A The Largest and Cheapest Steam Cabinet Manufactory in South Wales. ILLUSTRATED CATALOGUES FREE ON APPLICATION. IMMENSE STOCK TO SELECT FROM. MUCH CHEAPER THAN LONDON OR BRISTOL HOUSES. halfTcenturT6 °R &U °fderS ab°V° £ 1°' °r dcUvered Free in our own Vans. Eatabliahed nearly Addresses. Nolton Studio, BRIDGEND. EDWIN LOTT In thanking his very numerous patrons for their kind favours in the past, begs to state that, though he does not pre- tend to give things away, he prepared to give Work of BEST VALUE AT THE MOST MODERATE PRICES. U All Work executed on the Premises Studio opened all weathers—9 till dusk Nolton Enlargement in Crayon complete from 15s. YORK HOTEL, CARDIFF, 3 minutes' walk from G. W. R. Station. W. BEN. GRIFFITHS (Late of the Bridgend Brewery) BEGS to inform hia Friends and acquaintances D that he has taken possession of the YORK HOTEL, which has been re-furnished throughout First-class Coffee and Commercial Rooms. Well -Aired Beds. Fine Bowling Saloon. ABERTHAW BLUE LIAS LIME. PARCA BACH QUARRIES CHAS. GWATKIN, 6, Park-street, BRIDGEND. Season 1894. WILLIAM pRICE, Wool, Seed, Manure Merchant, BRIDGEND. AGRICULTURAL SEED OF EVERY DESCRIPTION. Agent for Messrs Vivians' Manures also Thomas' Phosphate Powder (Basic Slag), H. and E. Alberts' make. Branch Store at Cowbridare, OPEN ON MARKET DAY. 6024 THE ABER QUARRIES Omore Vale, Bridgend, Paving, Curbing, Channeling, and Building Stones. Special Prices for Quantities. APPLY AS ABOVB XONE FACT WORTH A THOUSAND W OPINIONS. JL THE ENORMOUS INCREASING DEMAND FOR TUDOR WILLIAMS' pATENT BALSAM OF HONEY. Have you tried it? If not, then try it now my dear friend. Thousands of Children have been Saved from an untimely death by the prompt use of TuDOR WIZXIAMS' BALSAM OF HONEY. No Mother should neglect to keep this Infallible remedy in the house ready for any emergency. Remember that it is wiser to check a slight Cough at the commencement than to allow it to develope into a lingering complaint. Ask distinctly for Tudor Williams' Balsam of Honey and see that you get the right article. Thousands of Children Cured from Whooping Cough and Bron- chitis when all other remedies fail. Persons suffering from Difficulty of Breathing should give it a trial. BEAD ON. NOW COMMENDED BY PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS. When you are distressed with a miserable cold, nose bunged up, throat sore, limbs aching with a general feeling of smothering, a few doses of the Balsam of Honey will clea the wretched symptoms away almost before you know it.r There is notliing like it on the market; it is thoroughly up to date; it trickles into all the system. A true friend prompt fnd reliable in its al1ion. JUST ANOTHKB WOBD. When you ask or send for this Medicine, den't allow any- jody to persuade:you to buy something else. If you do, you simply throw off a genuine article and take on a false one. Wonderful cures daily. Thousands of testimonials to hand from all parts of the world. BEAD ON FURTHER. WORTHY OF YOUR CONSIDERATION. SIR.—My wife desires me to say that your Tudor Williams' Balsam of Honey has proved a most valuable medicine in our large family (eight children). As soon as a cough or a cold makes its appearance a dose of Tudor's Balsam is at once administered, and its treatment is followed up until the cold disappears. Before using the Balsam in our family the children have been prostrate with colds for severals weeks, but now, by taking doses, as directed, they seem to suffer very little inconvenience. During the short time the cold is upon them the action of the Balsam is marvellous, anI the little ones talre it readily and ask for more.- W AI.1'Im J. BRETT, C.M., Headmaster, Severn Tunnel School. March 16th 1892. RKAD ON STILL FURTHER. A Cardiff Chemist states:—I have larger sales for Tudor Williams' Balsam of Honey than any other Cough Cure. That's the opinion of all Chemists throughout Wales. Sold by all Chemists and Stores all over the World in lslid, 2s 9d, and 4s 6d bottles. Sample bottle sent post paid for Is 3d, 3s, and 5s, from the Inventor, D. TUDOR WILLIAMS, R.D.S.L. MEDICAL HALL, ABERDARE. FOR WORKING-MEN THE NEW p:¡ > P t-3 § m§ w m £ 7^1 w E-t CI -< !;rj 13= 10/6 WATCH. 19/6 Two Years Warranty. Also the Gentlemen's Waterbury, 17/6 and 20/ All warranted Two Years. Money returned if not Satisfactory. Send P.O.O. and 4d. for Postage t HYMEN FREEDMAN AND SON, 7V -^TLB ST., SWANSEA. Public ofitts. Welcome JSews for Aberaton SS District HAWKINS The Great Clothier has now opened the Temple of Fashion, High Street, ABERAVON, With-a LARGE STOCK in all the leading and special lines in Men's, Youths', and Boys' Clothing, Hats, Caps, Ties, Collars, &c., &c. ffc$T Give him a Trial, as he buys nothing but what will do him credit as the Seller, and give great service and satisfaction to the Purchaser, and he can con- fidently ask the Public to visit his Establishment and view the Goods. Never before have you seen such Remarkable Value. Jlatchless for variety of Styles, Quality, and Economy. N. HEDGE & Co. Having made a Large Stock of High Class Machines during the winter months, are ► determined to offer the Highest Grade Safety Bicycles at prices usually asked for Cycles of the very lowest quality. NOTE VERY SPECIAL CASH LINE The Hedge' diamond frame long hall stirring head, ball pedals, dust-proof bottom bracket, round detachable cranks, racing saddle, dropped-handle bar, plunger brake, wheels fitted with 1894 Dunlop detachable pneumatic tyres (or any other pneumatic tyres fitted,) and machine complete witn spring back lamp, double alarm bell, bag, inflator, spanners and oil can. Best Value offered in South Wales- E7 1111 il NETT X12 CASH. fct" Second-hand Safeties ball bearing by various makers, from Y, I 10s. ———- LIST SENT ON APPLICATION ——— N. HEDGE & Co., Cycle Manufacturers, Neath. BEDSTEADS AND BEDDING OF ALL KINDS. W. BUCKLEY & Co, iR03srivi:03src3-Ei?.s, ADARE STREET, BRIDGEND. JENKINS and CO.'S GRAND NEW STOCK OF BOOTS FOR ALL CLASSES AT CWMAVON ROAD AND HIGH STREET, ABERAVON. Best Materials at Jenkins & Co's Durable Materials at Jenkins Co's! Good Fit at Jenkins & Co's I Stylish Shapes at Jenkins &* Co's Goods well-made at Jenkins & Co's I Men's Derby Lace, from 3/9 Men's Heavy Derby, from 5/9 I Men's Watertights, from 5/11 Women's Boots, from 2/11 Children's Boole ih great variety. SCOTCH TWEEDS, ALL WOOL. LARGEST SELECTION IN THE TRADE IN ALL DEPARTMENTS. DIRECTFROM THE MILLS.—Newest Styles in Tweeds, Hams, Homespun, Meltons, Beavers, Serges, &c. Fishing, Shooting, and Hunting Tweeds a Speciality. Also, Homespun, Clan Tartan, and Serge Costume Cloths for Ladies, specially woven in all the Latest Novelties. 50 PER CENT. SAVED BY AVOIDING INTERMEDIATE PROFITS. -Travelling Rugs, bhepherds Mauds, Blankets, Flannels, ShirtiEgs, Knitting Varns, icc. Do your Shoppmg direct by post thus obtaining Goods of acknowledged Excellence at lirst Cost. Patterns Free. {Name this raper). All 1'arce.h; Paid. Carrie, M'Dougall, & Scott, Langhaugh Mills, Galashiels, N.B. NOTE.-Farmers and others can have own Wooi Made into any of the above at Reduced Prices. We Pay Carriage of Wool and Finished Uoods Irom -md to all Parts. Agents Wanted. 4810 ——————————————-———————————————— fpublicNotices. LIME. LIME. LIME. Phillip Llewellyn, THE ABERTHAW BLUE LIAS LIME WORKS 1 BRIDGE isrr>. PRICES ON APPLICATION. The Best Beverages for the Million. HAN SARD'S HIGH-CLASS Mineral Waters. MAZVUFACTOBIES WASSAIL-STREET, SWANSEA: SPRING- GARDENS, LLANELLY; COITY ROAD BRIDGEND. STORES: Alexandra-Street, Neath Danybank, Carmarthen Near Railway Station, Llandilo and Llandyssul and Ammanford. £ —. 3. W. and J. HANSARD beg respectfully to inform the inhabitants of Bridgend and Neighbourhood that they continue to Manu- facture for the Public the following* genuine articles after the most improved methods and of the best description possible, which they offer at the Lowest Possible Cash Prices :— Gingerade, Ginger Ale, Hop Bitters, Brewed Ginger Beer, Champagne Cider, Orange Champagne, Lemonade, Soda Water, &c., &c, and Special Winter Drink, Hot Tom. SPRING CLEANING. :hi.[ O.R TI E B,:J S — PLYMOUTH — DYEING <6 CLEANING WORKS. Household Furnishings of all kinds inclnding Cretonne, Dimity, Chintz, Drugget, Tapestries, Tablecovers, Curtains, Counterpanes, &c., cleaned and finished in a superior manner. LOCAL AGENTS: Neath—F. W. YEO and Co., Drapers, -st. H. WILLIAMS, Draper, &c., Paris House. Bridgend—W. C. EDWARDS, Drapel, &c.. Dunraven Place. Maesteg—Wat. ISAAC, Draper and Outfitter, 53 and 54, Commercial Street. Briton Ferry.—Miss L. E. DAVIES, Milliner, &c., Charles Street. Cowbridge.—W. MORGAN, Draper, &c,Cloth Hall Aberkenfig.—D. P. THOMAS, Draper & Outfitter Nantymoel-EV ANS & PHILLIPS, Grocers and Drapers. WORES: COBOURG STREET, PLYMOUTH. M HOWELL JONES' VICTOLINB (Registered) is the safest and most effectual remedy for NEURALGIA, TIC, TOOTHACHE, FACBACHB, HEADACHE, Gux SWEXXJNSS, &C. It strikes a.t the root of the disease, strengthens the nerves, and cures the Stomachic Disorders. Testimonials continually coming in from all parts. This invaluable NESVB TONIC, for old and young, of both sexes, is guaranteed entirely free from all injurious ingredients, and is most beneficial to the whole system. DON'T EXTRACT YOUR TEETH Before you try one bottle of this wonderful cure. In bottles, 1; Ii, 2: and 3/6 each; of all Chemists and Patent Medicine Vendors. Free by post, 3d extra, from the Manufacturer— at. HOWELL JONES, Chemist, TOWYN, Merionethshire, N.W I ZEBRA GRATE POLISH. A brilliant black polish, in half the time, at less cost, WITH HALF THE LABOUR of ordinary Black Leads. Just |\ ST? HELlais It I Here! cz; 6,000,000 BOXES YEARLY. 7 WHICH MEANS EYERY TIME THE CLOCK TICK 11 BEECHAM'S PILLS Have reached their destination. — :o:— Half a Century Beecharris Pills Have been globe-trotting," and have worked their way into the innermost parts. IT'S WELL To know a GOOD THING when yon see it; BETTER To have a GOOD THING when YOIl can. PILLS should always be handy, and handed down to posterity as WORTH A GUINEA A BOX Life is too Short; Then we should do our bea to prolon? it. Sufferers wiltd I BKECHAX'S PILLS a trutijr card" to "put down" THEY "SWEEP THE DECK" or Bilious and N erv, uS Disorders, Sick Headache, L of Apretite, Weak Stomach, in paired Digestion, Constipation, Uncomfortable Fillnessp Liver C< mplaint, TTD they regulate the Sean,tiou.