Children I Jf thrive as they should on Benger's Food. \n^^Hfl well-known London Medical Man says WBuUI — iflHRBy \H|^HHI "Benger's Food surpasses and absolutely I VDI^H| supersedes all other foods and humanised. milk. The laxative effect when the predigestion has been carried pretty far is one of its most valued qualities and can be regulated precisely a most perfect adjustment of the action of the bowels can > be secured." Benger's Food is mixed with fresh, new milk when used, and forms a dainty and delicious cream, highly nutritive, and free from rough and indigestible particles. For Infants, Invalids and the Aged. Sold in tins by Chemists, &e, everywhere. Mmb————————ii
NEWPORT (Pern.) NEWS. The Rev. J. D. Evans delivered a lecture at the Tabernacle yesterday (Wednesday) evening in connection with the British Women's Tem- perance Association, Mr Reynolds, headmaster of the Council School, in the chair. Mr Ivor Williams, Parrog House, left on Tuesday for Barry, to join one of the 44 Neptune" Line, as officer, for Baltimore. I Mr John Morris, the agent for the Ship- wrecked Mariners' Society, has received a I letter from Mr Griffiths, the mate of the wrecked schooner 44 Desdemona," thanking the Newport ¡ people for their kindness. ♦A* We regret to record the death, which took place on the 17th inst., at Trehaidd, Nevern, of Miss Letitia James, aged 24. Deceased was a former pupil teacher at Newport Council School. The tuneral took place yesterday, at one o'clock, at Brynberrian, the Rev. J. T. Gregory officiating. A meeting of the Primrose League will be held to-morrow (Friday) afternoon in the Session Room, with a view of its dissolution. Capt. Marsden, Belle Vue, Penbont, and Mr David Owen, Market-st., returned from sea at the end of last week. Mr Oswald Da vies, brother-in-law of Capt. Marsden, left on Tues- day morning. He is returning to Canada on the 24th. Mr Dd. Llewellyn, Goat-street, also left on Tuesday morning. Great efforts are being made by the eistedd- fodd committee to bring the eisteddfod, to be held at Bethlehem on Easter Monday, to a successful issue. he chief choral competition is Ffarwel i ti Gymru Fad," prize, £ 2.2s, and a medal for the successful conductor. The ladies' ohoir competition is Aderyn Pur," and the boys' competiion, "Awn i Ganaan." Juvenile choirs are also being formed in the town. The adjudicator of music is Mr C. Meudwy Davies. Llanelly, and Mr J. Brynach Davies, Llatityrnach, will undertake the adjudi- cation of the literary competitions. »
THE INQUIRY INTO DOAN'S. IMPORTANT HAVERFORDWEST EVI- DENCE. In the press of our neighbouring town, Haver- fordwest, for some years past, there have been appearing statements made by Haverfordwest people, who have been cared of kidney complaints by Doan's backache kidney pills. We have deter- mined to inquire into all these statements and we give here the reply made by a Haverfordwest man when asked whether the cure had proved a lasting one:— I have never suffered since I This is the em- phatic reply of Mr D. Murphy, of 36, Portfield, Haverfordwest, made to our representative, when asked whether the cure of the kidney complaint by Doan's backache kidney pills, about which he told us back in December of 1901, had proved lasting, Doan's pills cqfnpletely cured me," Mr Murphy went on enthusiastically, and although I used to undergo great saffering from kidney com- plaint before, I have hien quite free from it for nearly a year and a halfjp Mr Murphy is an arjfey veteran, and has sean a good deal of service ifi Africa and India. He fought in the Zulu Wat, and in common with most of the soldiers who went through that campaign, a? was exposed to rrjray hardships. In telling us about this, he says I was taken with the fever Qt7._nf "lat wari afterwards I was scarcely ree from pais in the back. The pain was sharp and cutting, Sad I knew it was caused by my Kianeys not ac'tjWj§roperly, because the urine was thick and EcalefWg in passing. When I left the army I was often laid up, and I couldn't follow my employment regularly. Although I tried all kinds ot meaiciae, nothing did me any good except your JJoan s backache kidney pills. They helped me from the first, and as I continued their use they gradually brought. me back to good health, effecting a complete, and, what is now proved, a lasting cure. I am most grateful for this, you may be sure." If you are ill, write and fully describe your case to us. We shall be pleased fto give you the. pest advice in our power, free of charge. Ionian depend upon your letter being treated in strictest confidence. Doan's backache kid- ney pills are two shillings and ninepence per box (six boxes for thirteen shillings and nine- pence). Of all chemists and stores, or post free, on receipt of price, direct from Foster- McCellan Co., 8, Wells-street, Oxford-street London, W.
I "Paim All Over." TEN YEARS' BILIOUSNESS BANISHED BY BILE BEANS. There is something fascinating about the ab- solute certainty of a Bile Bean cure. Grateful testimonials constantly dwell on the astonishing progress made day by day, the completeness of the cure, and the permanency of the effect. The secret of the success of Bile Beans is that they act as a reinforcement to Nature. They pro- mote the natural flow of the digestive secretions in the stomach, liver, and bowels, thus providing a natural help to the weakened organs. These bene- ficial effects accumulate, banishing weakness and disease, filling the veins with rich red blood, and bringing the glow of health to pallid cheeks. Mrs R. Sherfield, of 25, Jackson Street, Wool- wich, whose husband is employed at the famous arsenal, says 441 have been married ten years, and during nearly the whole of that, time X was a martyr to biliousness and indigestion. Almost every Veek I had a bilious attack, accompanied by severe pains in the body and terrible heatdaches. I was com- pletely exhausted after thejife attacks, and my life became a burden to me. 'Then I suffered great pain from indigestion. My appetite was effected, and I dare not eat much for fear of the pains which followed. I was very Aluch depressed, and after trying numerous remedies without obtaining relief, I regarded my lCase aamast a cure. "After reading alwut the cures performed by Bite Beans, I give dfe remedy a trial. The result was astonishing,- ^^ithin two days of commencing with the Beans I was much better, and I quickly made headway towards recovery. The biliousness has now entirely disappea-W, and there has been no recurrence of the sickness and the indigestion, with all its depression, paiu, and dread. To-day I feel as cheerful as possible; I have never felt so well during the past ten years, and Bile Beans alone have brought about this remarkab:e change in my condition." Bile Beansare the world's greatest tonic-laxative. Just now, when the rigours of wintejr have shaken your health and impoverished your .blood," Bile Beans will ensure an abundant supply of rich, red life-giving blood, and reinforce all your vital forces. Sold only in sealed boxes; of all chemists, or post free from the Bile Bean Manufacturing Co., 4, Red Cross Street, London, E.C., at lili and 2/9 (triple size).
DINAS NEWS. Rev. Glynfab Williams, B.A., commenced his duties as Rector of Dinas last Sunday. He read the Thirty-Nine Articles at the morning service in St. Brynach's Church. There was a crowded congregation in the evening.
For fine j (AD0URY$I Flavour. V choose fimRB STRONG CHILDREN. Children grow strong on Cadbury's cocoa because it contains in a generous measure those food elements that are essential to health and good physical condition. It possesses the combined advantages of being thirst-quenching, invigorating, and highly nourishing, and the children like it especially because it is the nicest cocoa." Everybody should drink Cadbury's cocoa regularly at breakfast and lunch time, and particularly with the evening meal, because, owing to its mildly stimulative action, it is one of the few beverages that aid rather than retard the digestion of other foods. Cocoa is strongest when pure-Cadbury's is the strongest cocoa because it is the purest. It therefore makes most beverage of the beat quality. tOIWICK'S T= IBM BAMO POWDER adbur" s :¡ 1THE TEST OF TIME. Times, customs and manners change with every generation, but nevertheless there are a number of our daily foods which enjoy increasing popularity from year to year. First and foremost among these is Cadbury's Cocoa, which has stood the test of time, as well as every other test that can be applied. The medical profession counsel the public to choose Cadbury's in preference to the many cocoa admixtures, which are sold under the name of Cocoa. No article of domestic consumption is more deservedly popular than Cadbury's Cocoa. From year to year the demand becomes greater, and the number of British people employed in its manufacture increases. i the test of time, as well as every other test that can be applied. g) The medical profession counsel the public to choose Cadbury's in preference g to the many cocoa admixtures, which are sold under the name of Cocoa. No article of domestic consumption is more deservedly popular than Cadbury's Cocoa. From year to year the demand becomes greater, and the number of British people employed in its manufacture increases. i
He: "Did I ask you to marry me last night at the dance?" She: "Good gracious, no! Why? He: W ellr-you know, I got excited, and I often do silly things when Fm like that." Wife: You don't seem to enjoy the dinner, dear. What's the matter?" Husband: "I was wondemig if there weren't some typographical errors in that cookery book of yours." "Say, paw." U Well, son?" "What is fren- zied finance?" "Frenzied finance, my son, is the way your mother goes after my pay envelope every Saturday night. Now run and play." Charitable Lady: "But a man last week told me exactly the same story." Tramp: "Yes, lady. You see, I made a fatal mistake in not having the history of my life copyrighted." "Can't see why you're smitten with her." Why, because she's so deuoedly pretty." "Beauty's only skin deep." 44 Well, great Scott! I'm no cannibal. That's deep enough for me." Uncle Archibald: It must tire you, Bertha, to talk to your old deaf uncle." Berths: "Ob, just a trifle, dear Uncle Archie." Uncle Archi- bald Well, don't say half so much, but say it louder." "Does he get much for his work?" "AH he's worth." 441 don'tTsee how be can lire." Don't you admire her singingT It's so fall of soul 1" 44 Seems to me more of the flfinnrlrr than of the sole about it!" He: Do you think the photograph I sent you the other day was like me?" She: "I hope not. When it came it was broke." Beggar (at dentist's door): "Say, mister, could you fill me teeth this mornin'T" Dentist: "Gold or silver?" Beggar: "Roast beef would do,- guv'nor; roast beef would do." Mrs. Subbubs: "I ran over to borrow soma flour and lemons and sugar and milk." Mrs. Lonesome: "Certainly; shall I lend yon someone to eat the pie when it is made?" Dr. Fissick: "Well, yes; I suppose you nlmnH take some mild tonic." Guzzle (eagerly): "How about beer?" Dr. Fissick: "Oh, no; that's Teutonic." Hixon: "Young Pellets teUs me he makm « speciality of physicing cats." Dixon:" Well, hit patients are fortunate." Hixon: "How's thatl" Dixon: "They each have ninn lhut"
IMPORTANT NOTICE. < < THE' "GUARDIAN" Has been acquired by a Company, and all its numerous friends will be pleased to hear that the proposed changes are being effected as rapidly as possible, so that the paper in its altered form will shortly appear. á (
"Oh, Arthur, how happy I would be alone with you on a quiet island in the distant "Have you any other wish, dearest Ella. "Oh, yes! Do get me a season ticket for the opera! r See the meter, please," brusquely asked the representative of the gas company1. 44 Well," re- plied the little woman, with a satirical twinkle in her eye, it's pretty busy, but I suppose you can see it for a moment." A Fair Exchange.—Jones: "Sillibub has a medicine which he declares is a sure cure for heart disease." Smith: "Did it cure him?" Jones: Yes; it gave him such a frightful at- tack of indigestion that be forgot all about his heart."
LLYGADVV I !■ A CERTAIN CURE for all AILMENTS > of the EYE. The "LLYGlDff" Remedies ABE prepared only from invaluable recipes, lone in the possession of an old Welsh family, by whom they were ereatly treasured and strictly guarded. Prepared rom rare and potent herbs found grow- ing among the upland valleys and lofty mountains of Wales, these remedies, ^whilst perfectly simple and harmless, have eflected most wouderful cures per- BODS who have completely lost their eyasigta ave been entirely restored to perfect vision, and t he various diseases and weaknesses of the eyes I¡ ve been, and are every day, cured by these most simple and efficacious remedies. They are now offered to the public, post free, aa follows .— LLY:IADW OINTMENT, Is lid per box, postage l £ d. "LLYGADW" MEDICINE, Is lid per bot- tle, postage 4d. or 2s 3d complete, postage 4d. Full directions in each package t To be obtained only from EBENEZER REYNOLDS, Middle Mill, SOLYA, S. Wales.
44 THANKS for your call, doctor, but I hardly expected you this morning." Oh, I had to see Mrs. Tickle, over the way, and I thought I'd try to kill Uoo bird* with on* mtone!" Did you hear Miss Fimser say that she had a speaking acquaintance with that millionaire? asked Maud, scornfully. Yes," replied Maud, with equal scorn. "It's the first time I knew that she ever worked in a telephone exchange." Passenger (indignantly): Why don't you run more trams on this line?" Conductor (sarcastic- ally): "Why, to tell the truth, I only have :65W,000 invested in the company, so I don't have much to say about it." Hattie: "He paid me a pretty oompliment. He said my movements were birdlike." Bertha: I saw him the day before gazing at Mrs. Quelper's ducks. You don't suppose it was they that put the idea into his head ? Mabel (studying her lesson): Papa, what is the definition of voluKlity?" Mabel's Father: My child, volubility is a distinguishing feature of your mother when, on account of urgent busi- ness affairs, I don't happen to reach home until after two in the morning." A farmer's man took the village doctor a note the other day, which, with some difficulty, spelt out: Please send me & bottle of fizzic." Hallo!" exclaimed the doctor. F-i-z-z-i-o doesn't spell physic!" "Don't it?" answered the rustic. "What does it spell, then!" The doctoq gave it up.
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