￼ ￼ •v-x-x x*0H^jfi«lra&xgraiaB5»aB|g8M ￼ PRIVATE M. SUTCLIFFE, MOTOR TRANSPORT A.S.c.. BRITISH EXPEDITIONARY FORCE. "I think I ought to let you know how much I have benefited from the use of Phosferine, duringthe course of my duties in France. I had the advantage of a knowledge of its value as a remedy for neuralgia and nerve troubles before I en- listed in September, 1914-0ne month after the declaration of War, when I joined the Mechanical Transport Section of the Army Service Corps. On proceeding to France in the following November, I took a supply of Phosferine with me, and found the tablet form the most handy and convenient. During the two years and te-i months that I have been on active service, I have had plenty of nerve-racking duties. Being attached to an Ammunition Column, I am continually rushing the Stuff up to the boys at the guns, passing through shelling varying in severity every day, and the fact that I have been able to keep myself fit and mentally alert 1 attribute entirely to the use of my favourite nerve-tonic, Phosferine. It has been simply invaluable whenever an attack of neuralgia threatens (and I used to be troubled with it long before I joined up) I take one or two tablets, and I am soon right again, and the pains entirely disappear. The vow I made, from my experience at home, never to be without Phosferine, has served me excellently during my long period of active service; and I know of nothing which is so calculated to help a soldier to withstand the rigours of a strenuous campaign." From the very first this fine soldier accurately foresaw the great part Phosferine would play in enabling him to overcome suffering, and even the most extreme exertions. Phosferine freed his system from the tendency to nerve disorders, so that no special effort exhausts his energy, no extra hardships break down his endurance, because Phosferine ensures the vital force to outlast the rigours daily experienced. When you require the Best Tonic Medicine, see you get PHOSFERINE m B m a B?B aa i tn A PROVEN REMEDY FOR Nanrmis Debility Inflnown Indigestion j SblflMIBMI Exhalation Neuralgia Matertity WaakiMM Premature Decay Mental Exhaustioa Low of Appetite Lassitude Neuritis Faintness B rain-Fag Aiueraia Baekuht Rheumatism Headncbo Hysteria Sciatica Phosferine has a world-wide repute for curing disorders of the nervous system sere completely and speedily, and at less cost than any other preparation. SPECIAL SERVICE NOTE ￼ Tablet% t6 T alet Iona parfim6* e<MV«M?t for men an ACTIVE SERVICE. trayalWs, Me, It "a be =c4 My timo. a&jrwWc, in accurate doses, as DO water is needed. Tke 219 tabe it small enough to carry in the socket, uti ceataios 90 doaas. Vfiur sailer I er widier wiIJ he the better for Phosfcrjpe—send him a tube ef tablets. Sold by all Chemxtt. Stores, etc. Tke 219 size contains aearly four times the 11 it size. MaaaaaMHBMHBnMaMBBaaaMaaaaRMaBsaMaMMasaMaonMaw GRAND Theatre, SWANSEA. NEXT WEEK. TheGEORGE EDWARDS COMPANY AND PRODUCTION, from DALY'S THEATRE, London, (Under thi direction of ROBERT EVETT) t( D E TTV J» BmsP Ima 1 8 B £ A MUSICAL PLAY, in Three Acts. Bô9k Seats Now at Gwynne H. Brader's,17, Heathiield-stoeet. Tel .No., 291. NOTE.—NEJW CURFEW TIME. COMMENCE AT 7.15 P.M. < i PICTURE Saturday. No case is too severe for CHOCOLOIDS. the I If you are" neny" or bilkm take iffare'for Constipation. Boxes 1/3 and 2/6 of CTIOCOLOIDS; the Cure for Constipation. all Chemists.—(Advt.) Boxes 1/3 and M of all Chemists.—(Advt.)
SWANSEA. Mr. J. Pye, of Glanmor-road, Uplands, Swansea, has patented An invention re- lating to stoves.
Inspector Baviee, of the Mumbles Police, was i on. continuous duty from M a.m. on Friday until late on Saturday Btgbt ifc cwftget#*m viiw the MtaiUes drwoii^g tragedy. That is nothing un- nsnal for the genial inspector, who is a vwitable giutton for Tfrorlc.
CAREW. The death. has taken place of Mr. David Stratton, of Qemw NewtDn, the oldest, tenant on the Bosh oetevte, and one oi the best fejown farmers in Peanbsokegfeire. A man of fine physique and 4ppearapm, although he had attained, the great age <% £ 90, until quite recently he wae quite active and enjoyed good health. Be had been a widower for many years, aed is mrrvaved by a son and two daugiititrs.
PENYGROE8. berere lnjurdes were sustained by Miss Jones, a young girl of 23 years, of Rhyd- goch Farm, through being knocked down by a motor car driven by Mr. D. W. Wil- liams, Cefneithin. The accident occurred on Gorslas-square, and the car was going at a moderate pace, but Miss Jones hesi- tated as to which aide to turn, and was run over. She curtained alight concus- sion of the brain, and bodily injuries.
| PENTRECHWYTH.. At Pentrechwyth Congregational Schoolroom a rousing reception was given to Pte. Leonard Jones. The Rev. Har- old Williams (St. Margarete) presided. The following artistes gave their services: Misses Sadie Da vies, A. M. Owens and G. Griffiths, Master Tudor Williams, and Mr. W. C. Hughes. Miss May Leyshon, on behalf of the Soldiers' and S&ilors' Reception Fund, presented him with the usual gifts. Miss Jackett, Gwindy Arms, accompanied.
AMMANFORD. At the St. David's Church vestry, the Vicar (Rev. J. M. Jones, B.A.) presiding, Mr. W. Davies, St. Clear's House, waa re- elected warden, with Mr. Dd. Beynon, Colonel-road, the latter to take the place of the retiring warden (Mr. W. Williams, Tycoch). A satisfactory position was dis- closed in the accounts, which were read by the Rev. B. Davies (curate), and .Mr. Rees Williams was again selected choir- master, and Misa L. A. Griffiths organist.
PEMBROKE. At moMin<r of fV.e Pembroke iPottil -o Control Committee, it was decided fA)- pend the operations of the rationing scheme for butter and margarine in the borough, until such a scheme became com- pulsory. It was pointed out none of the other Food Committees in the county had adopted & rationing scheme, and many farmers had refused to register a retailor of butter, with the result that the butter supply would be diverted to the unauthor- ised areas. The salary of the Executive Officer (Mr. P. Morgan) was increased from 200 to X250 per annum.
I' LLANSAMLET. Corpl. Watlcins, Gunner Tom Jenkins, and A.B. Ellis Jenkins were honoured at the Parish Hall. Mrs. John Jenlkins made the presentation*, aa4 the Vicar preeided. Th followi took part: Miasms M, Davies, Roberts M. Jenkins and L. Jones; Messrs. Richard Henry. J. Griffiths Cyril Morgan, Young, Da.niels, and Jen- kins. The Silver Band rendered selec- tione. Mias Ethel Vernon accompanied. -Alderman John Jordan. (LIanaamlet) holds a unique record. He has been the chairman of the Swansea Group of Schools for 15 years, and during the whole of that period, has only failed to attend two meetings.
I LLANDOVERY. I -1 Ir" T.I. LLANDOVERY- their meeting on Tuesday, unanimously elected Councillor T. Roberts, J.P., alderman, in the room of Ald. D. Saunders Thomas, deceased. Ald. Roberts has been a mem- ber of the Town Council, as well as other public bodies, for the last 22 years, and was Mayor of the borough, a position which he filled with ability and dignity, eome years ago. The funeral of the late Mr. Dd. Davies, shoemaker, High-street, brother of the late Mrs. Jenkins, of the firm of J. Jenkins. and Sons, topok place at Llan- dingat Church. The vicar (Rev. D. Kdmondes-Owen) and the curate (Rev. W. D. Evans) officiated. Llandovery Town Council, at their meeting on Tuesday, with the approval of the Local Government Board, increased the salary of Dr. Morgan, as medical I officer of health for the borough, from t20 to f-35.
I SKEWEN. -1. At a representative meeting at laoer- naole Vestry, Skewen, on Tuesday even- ing, Mrs. F. G. Way, Goshen, presiding, it was decided to organise a flag-day and house-to-house collection for the British and Foreign Sailors' Society. At the Tabernacle Hall, on Tuesday evening, under the auspices of the local Trades and Labour Council, Mr. Frank Hodges, Pontycymmer, lectured on U Re- construction." The annual meeting of the Coedffranc Ti ho,annua-I mee?t,;It n t eol d f at S Vewen on Parish Council was held at Skewen on Tuesday evening, when Councillor Fred Curtis was elected chairman for the ensu- ing year, and Councillor James Lloyd vice-chairman. Mr. W. P. Jenkins, olerk, was re-elected as assistant overseer, and wa9 directed to issue a precept for the library rate at Id in the < £ as usual. Coun- ts cillor James Wells is to "00 invited to re. consider his resignation. The clerk was instructed to appeal to the District Food Control Committee to appoint six mem- bers of the Council to represent the parish on the local sub-food committee.
Constipation demands immediate atten- tion. Take CHOCOLOIDS the Cure for Con- stipation Boxes 1/3 and 2/6 of all Cheralfftsi- (Advt.) T.he Swansea Rural Pensions Commit. tea have dealt with nearly 2,000 cases of separation allowances to dependents of men serving in the Navy and Army, and, over 2.200 oases of old age pension?. Halt-pint of water, hag-piut of milt—the eg £ i ere in the packets. COMTAtMS REAL Ma kes the most del icions custard pvddiag and baked custar d s yow ever lasted Jf you ean't obtain send ll- ttam.pt fors vaeketf pOttt free. Sutcliffe & Bingham,*Lt<L, M«ncb«»ter. Tl* «*f ??s3S?B? ??!? ￼ -?aSSP ?aas&J%?"?"Tf ??? ?? ￼ ??? ??F?? \? ?S? Remedir. \<j?, ￼ ?6SS? vSS'?? iOiiMdgel ? ?? Jung Tome uSt??t for HSBBw ? COUGHS & B wk COLDS \?S\ A<hfef''Owbf!?re'MJta?M*<Att!tut? ??B?' '?EaE? Prepared by J£ jSnfawgjn/t ?Sat?. W. T. OWBRIDGE. Ltd., /?S? ??? MMufMtMtM. Tte L.b??<w. HULJ- ?g?? '\????. &??"7<. ??ss?" ?-??—???????.—-— ￼ ￼ ri: a Register I ￼ N Lipton's I I the 9 1 Largest Retailers Of I on I j In the World for I. 1 1 j over quarter of a Century. I I This vast trade has been built up H a on quality. Selected by the finest 9 I bacon experts, and prepared in B 1 Lipton's own factories, Lipton's B i Bacon has always been unrivalled I B for flavour and value. I —————— Ipton s 5 After April 13 th you will not New I be able to obtain supplies of Liltici i Bacon unless you have register- Eggs 8 ed your name at a Retailer's. REDUCED TO Y are ￼ to re g ￼ w h ere ￼ 8 You are free to register where 62 each Hj you like. Entry one guaranteed g B Do it now | ? Do it now J B The largest Tea Growers, Manufacturers, and, B Retailers of Food Products in the World. ffl B Many thousand employees are engaged on Vipton's Tea & Cocoa M h Estates, Ceylon. BH m Tea Merchants by Special Appointment to H.M. King George V., B B T.M. the King and Queen of Italy, and H.M. the King of Spain. H I SWANSEA: | B 46, High Street & 13, Oxford Street. 9 S Branches also it Neath. Lljtnelly, Ammanford. Carmarthen. n ;l T rPTOl'f. L. 0 rrmm, LTD.====J J0 SWANSEA UNITED I EVANGELICAL CONVENTION. Albert Hall, April 15-19 (inclusive), 1918. In connection with the above Convention and I' in view of the National Crisis, H8 P?eparatQ?y Prayer !?eetE?ga I Will be held at 7.30 Each Evening as under. ¡ Wednesday, April 10th, at Mount Pleasant Church. Conducted by Rev. H. C. Mander. jj Speaker, Rev. H. E. Stuart (St. Mary'*).. S Thursday, April 11th, at Stl James' Church. | Conducted by Rev. The Hon. W. Talbot Rice, M.A. p Speaker, Mr. George Clarke. Friday, April 12th, at Argyle C.M. Church. Conducted by Rev. A. Wynne Thomas. Speaker, Rev. The Hon. W. Talbot Rice, M.A. Saturday, April 13th, at Oxford St. National School. Conducted by Rev, The Hon. W. Talbot Rice, M.A. 3 Speaker, Rev. H. C. Floyd (Brunswick). All the Churches (English and Welsh) are heartily invited to unite in these Preparatory Prayer Meetings as well as in the Convention Meetings. | ¡ i jt??rThous&nds of shrewd „ H; ??? stupendous value ???'?? .?? |jj||j|jjr buyers prai2e the ??? ￼ ?ACMRV??S IpSV, &cFVii «O«J» umirr| ? PBtCES ￼ ^ftLL^O-PAY fms ?, Blery, Watches, '????- Fares paid as usual. Gemii, &=sing M, Plate, &c. Fn GOL LOOKET on so CMOs$ I s IIG ".6-. ?.eALL TO-DAY!????? O;left lttllo' ovd, \ifUl1y cnst tin 1&-ct. f,11Go1d. ￼ ,LaIn- .'AlIÐ8D SQ.u\I1to It it' 6 t ..lion 9 11 0 lustre, ￼ S de&\gn se lUJ,nts (II ￼ HHAHBSOHI COLD BRAGELIT WATCH | .New Tonneau dnlp. f?y jaweHed fO o g And wjirranto^ acoarate timakeeW *° 0 | Otber doo4pe from 58. LUCKY WEDDINGS. 22-ct. SoU4 Geld, wear. Sold by weight, IS/ 25h 35/- 11p- waNs. GifT FREE! S eclaJ. Offer: eddlDS Ring keeper, 2 1 OF FISH mt7W y?< Sbem.ld BMeB, » ? ??'?\ a Mtl? heavily E?tto 1 ?.? J /dili SUver- -|E/ plated. ■ j|, SURVIVED V an EARTHQUAKE. yr^S^ma FJfew. Mrs. B. Smith, ot f\ r->» a^/HvVi Hastings, New Zea- P IA. V land, writes: "Thirty Tfip f years as# I to«tbt a !t watch from your manchetter tfetp. K has gone wtIL n. flj I..t lam was Mtt- | ?'?WRMT ￼ quake, but It an I WATCH. nigh-p?e "me gooli 19, miw7 M Jewelled movement, per- a da«." SI ect timekeeper. 1 7/6 J widatl imsuevktelr o,C*ArN .17/6 H. SAMUEL I I The World's Largest Jewelln-s j 265, OXFORD ST j (Unåer tlu Big Clock). j I SWANSEA. 8 If you cannot call, wrtta Voir pm S catikhtwo H. 8MI" 110. IIsrat g 8t,t, 118nc j DRINK S W, ANK AND SMILEI l PICTURE HOUSEJ THURSDAY, FRIDAY and SATURDAY. j imnuedale j | | DRBI^K 'i S W i-"NK I AND SMILEI BABY WELFARE. Dr. A. tiovd Jon-es (M.O.H. fOt Mumbles), on Tuesday said that the local/ Baby Welfare and Maternity Centre was doing excellent work, and in fact moro than justified its existence, and was much; appreciated by the mothers of the dis- trict. It will be remembered that Lad; Mond took an active interest in the in-; itiation and formation of this centre. Printed and Published by thr> Swatwaj tK???niiaa ??. ^1* i—'■ > 11 PriMpd and PubHs'?d b? tbn Swanfea Presa Ltd., at I,etder BniidiHga. Svvansea. Press Ltd.. at Leader Buildings. Swansea,]