Njk N ?BB m? NtMMtB M B NEATH ?? a B N?? B??a'? B a ?S *? a!E?E* '!a SURPRISE! The well-known Tailor, T. C. PALMER is OPENING Premises at 19, GREEN STREET, NEATH, (TO-DAY SATURDAY.) with an entirely New Stock of Suitings, Overcoatfngs, and Ready-made Overcoats. (MAXIMUM VALUE. I jj MINIMUM PRICES, jf ronnrna—iBvirm™-thtt-h— SEE WINDOWS 19, Green Street. o m Got Your OF-In OVERCOAT P ?M? ?y EBNBNtL?????*? a B Look! Look!! This is IT "YOU Hotel Keepers, Merchants, Shopkeepers, Store Managers, Hawkers, Fryers, I and Large Vinegar' Users, are you ALIVE to your own Interests. Don't Pay more than 1/- a gall. for Strong Malted Vinegar. It is so eptsy not to. Simply add from 30 to 60 galls, of water to one gall. 4 40 POWER VINEGAR Fine Stuff. For all Purposes. Made Dark, Light or Medium. Wholesale Prices. 1 2 3 5 10 15 25 50 100 gallons, 42/- 41/- 40/- 39/- 38/- 37/6 37/- 36/6 36/- per gallon. Carriage and Packages Free. Sample to make 15 to 30 gallons for 22a. Efere is Profit-T-Tser Saves 25 per cent.. Merchant makes cent. per cent. Shop. keeper makes three times what it cost him. II DOUBLE" STRENGTH VINEGAR, No. 20. All Shades, in Casks 6 9 12t 20 30 40 60 100 500 gallon*. 2/2 2/11 2/1 2/0i 2/Qt 2/- 1/112 l/11i 1/11 per gallon. Cask Charged (Ret.) 9/6 12/- 14/- 18/- 22/- 25/- 30/- 40/- each. No 30 Three-quarters above prices. No. 40 Half-price Vinegar (as strong as most Vinegars) half above prices. F.O. R., Boston, 5 per cent. allowed towards carriage. Send your own Casks to ba filled. We have some 50 galls 14s each returnable "DOUBLE STRENGTH" in Quart Bottles. All Shades. Half-gross 1 3 6 12 gross. Carriage and Packages Free. 80/- 79/6 i-Si- 77/- 761-per gross and 24/- per gross on bottles. t nett with order, Cheques, P.O., etc., Crossed. No free samplos. Goods Guaranteed. Quick Dispatch. Only Manufacturers, Avi n," Wide Bargate, Boston. Arm Anti-Window Steam absolutely prevents windows steaming, Is. and 2s. 6d. iiiWLii ■wn——iwiw—wr i'«mi ■mil—iw—i—■ iiiiwi———■winiimmuj—uui f, GOOD NEWS. j p una i CD. Lo. Beg to announce that on account of the relaxation of war restrictions on brewing, they are in a position to 2g meet their customers' demands for their celebrated I Pre-War Brands of Ale and Stout. | Fimom FRIDAY MEXT Strong Ale and Special Stout will be again obtainable from all their Agents at the 1| following prices:— 1 Per Flagon S STRONG ALE 1/6 SPECIAL STOUT 1/3 Exclusive of Deposit Charges on Bottles. I AGENTS EVERYWHERE. ￼ FOR SALE, ? j? ??M?.B ?!M'? ? ??b ?? h. p. ALBION LORRIES PRICES from A400 to 9900 Each. Also many other Cars by well-known Makers. ¡ All these are in thoroughly good condition. j Guarantee given with every Car. | ￼ BAILL Central Garage, 'I LI/\lLiJb SWANSEA. I Messrs. EDWARDS & FLITCROFT j Wish to annourlce that, owing to the expiratic.,n of lease, they have now 1 REMOVED their DENTAL SURGERY to No. 59a, Alexandra Rbad, Swansea, iFive Doors from High Street Post Office and just round the corner from their old premises.) Houjifi 9 to 7. Thursdaysi 9 to 1. 9 Only Address 59a, ALEXANDRA ROAD. I iiiiii 11 iimii iiiiiMiinwi ■■im™m'«»'™,wniiiiwiiir.Mmi—n»——wwi—fiiuwfafc J }
r u NOMINATIONS. Candidates For Coming Elections. Be-low we give a further Let of can- didates for West Wales Town Councils BIt the coming municipal elections on -N-oveimber NEATH. There are nine candidatft for four seats at Neath, five for two vacancies in the North Ward, and four for a like number in the South Ward. The nomi- nations were received by Mr. A. E. I. Curtis (town clerk) on Friday. NORTH WARD (2 seats). ..John Morris, licenced victualler (L.); *Capt. Walter E. Rees (C.); W. P. Barry, Discharged Soldiers' Federation; B. R. Bowen, railway guard (Lab.); D. G. Davies, builders' merchant (L.) SOUTH WARD (2 seats). .Matthew Arnold, solicitor (L.); *Dan Harry, tinplater (Lab.); R. T. Rees, Dis- charged Soldiers' Federation; Richard Jenkins, railway engineman (Lab.). *01d members. LLANDOVERY. I The following have been nominated for the four seats on the Llandovery Town Council:—Messrs. *Hy. Havard, North- ampton House; *DI. Lewis, Orchard- sitreet; *Dd. Jones, Upton Houi-e; *Ben Jackoon, New-road; David J. Thomas. Danyrallt; James Price} Glantowy; Dd. Edgar Jones, Water-street; Morgan Jones (manager, Star Supply Co.). .Indicates old member. HAVERFORDWEST. I The following candidates have been nominated for four vacancies on the Haverfordwest Town Council:—W. G. Rowlands, Francis D. Phillips, J. L. Jen- kins, Owain Thomas, George Thomas, J. Rees, Seth Griffiths, and W. McKenzie. The retiring councilors are Messrs. Row- lands pnJ Phillips. The Labour Party have 'put forward two cancirda-tes- Messrs. Rees and Griffiths, and the Com- rades of the Great War two candidates- Messrs. Owain Thomas and Geo. Thomas. TENBY. I At Tenby ten candidates have been nominated for four vacancies:—*George Ford, *G. H. Sandercock. *W. H. Thomas, "Thomas Tucker, Arrol Davies, William Davies, Dr. Charles Matin as, and Thos. Hall (representing ex-service men of the town), G. E. Glover Thomas and Hartley Roberts. CARMARTHEN TOWN. I Considerable interest is being evinced in Carmarthen in the forthcoming November elections to the Town Council. On Friday the following ware nominated: EASTERN WARD.Oliver Jones, *D. King Morgan, *J. N. Williams; T. H. Morgan and S. Jones (two Labour can- didates), and E. F. Bidgood (ex-eokLiers* candidate). WESTERN W ARD.E. J. Collier, *H. S. Holmes, *Thomas Davies; W. T. JefFeries and R. Howells (two Labour candidates), and A. A. Baskerville (ex- I soldiiers' candidate). Denotes old member.
IN THE DISTRICTS. LLANSAMLET. For Every Description of Men's New and Seeond-hanrt Clothing and Boots suitable for work and evening wear the Army and N'a V" Store- The Cross (nexi door to Gen Cinema). Jlorriston. SKEWEM. The Tabernacle Band of Hope, Skew-on. was addressed on Friday evening by th" veteran Temperance advocate, the Rer. Thomas Morgan (Horeb). Mr. Plvili: Williams presided over a successful meet ing. E S Ctaappell. Swansea haa t.909 Over coats ready to wear in srtock Ten per cent discount allowed to Discharged Sailors alaii eoldiers. Sen window*. WHJTLAND. James Thomas (75), of Penrailfc Farm, Login, near Whitland aftei taking I.J" breakfasr in bed as usual on Thursday, .was an hour later found dead in bed by his niece. An eider hrod1.er of the de- creased died under similar circumstances about throe years ago. K S (jhappeil, Swanaaa. has 1.000 Over- Boats ready to wear iii Aock T am'Lier oent discount allowed to Discharged Sailors and Soldiers. See wimdnwo. GORSEINON. During the last number of years Christmas time .has been a singularly quiet time at Gorseinon, with the notable exception of last year, when the Gors- einon and District Choral Society so ably rendered Ilandel's Samson" at Bryn- teg Chapel. The success of that venture has encouraged the committee of the choir to undertake Dr. Joseph Parry's opera H Blodwen." The opera will be performed in full character, and in English. Some well known artistes have already been engaged for the principal parts. Blod- wen" will be performed at the Brighton Hall on Christmas, Boxing, and Saturday nightS December 25th, 26th, and 27th next, for the benefit of the Goraeinon and District War Memorial Fund. Sergeant Ivor R. Hughes, son of Mr. John Hughes, The Firs, has received the Military Medal. The committee of the Gorseinon Sailors' and Soldiers' Reception Fund, will present Sergeant Hughes, at the Brighton Hall, on Saturday next, with a cheque for ?20, and the spacious hall will sure to bo packed to its utmost- capacity. The Gorsenon Photographic Society had the pleasure of attending a lecture by Mr. W. Beynon, of Grovesend, on Flash- light Photography." The lecturer ex- plained the various processes. After the lecture Mr. Beynon took some flashlight
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photographs of the audience, including a I ghost scene." 8 Ch?ppoU. !wan,M. h&ø l.OM OYW. tK?ts rte?y to wear in stock Ten per ￼ discount &]lowed to D!3o?harxod Sailors and I epldiers. Sen windows. 11 CARMARTHEN. I The Mmual Gymanfa Gainn n in con- nection with the Independent Denomina- tion of Carmarthen and district was held Lammas-street Chapel, on Thursday. The chapel was crowded, and alt least about 2,000 were present. The Rev. E, J. Roseer Evajas (Eliru) presided art the afternoon children's meeting, and in the evening for adults by the Rev. T. W. Morgan (Philadelphia). The vast con- srreg&tion was conducted by Mr. William Jones, 54, Lamma&-streeft, Carmarthen, and the singing was all that could be desired. I LLANDRINDOO WELLS. 1. I I I The annual dutribution ot prizes -in I connection ivilh Llnndrindod Wells In- termediate School took place at the Albert I Hall, when Sir Franc;s Edwards (chair- man of the Ed lOation Committee) pro- sided The prizes were presented by Mrs. J. 0. Bufton, wife of one of the coun- cillors for the division, and she was heartily thanked on the motion of the Rev. J. Roland Pryce (Llanyre). Other speakers included the Rev. D. Arthur Davies, the rwtor, Mr. H. D. Phillips, -D-,iv;(1 Jones, and the headmaster (Mr. W. Saunders).. Among# the sue. cesses of old scholars reported was that ( of an old pupil who had qualified as a doctor, the first from the school. 4' GOWERTON. Last week a meeting was held at St. John's Hall, Gowertmi, for people inter- ested in ambukin ork. Dr. R. P. Jones presided. s were delivered by Mr. John L. (Landore, gold medalist), Mr. WiiLL-i (Llansamlet),and Mr. Cann (Sk+-,tty), undoubtedly three of the foremost ambulance instructors in the district. It was decided that a brigade be instituted in the village, entitled the Gowerton and District Ambulance Brigade, and it is anticipated that finan- cial assistance will be got from local em- ployers and influential gentlemen in the village. This brigade is in no way affiliated to the St. John's Ambulance Association. The following oncers were elected: President., Capt. L. Davies; surgeon-instructor, Dr. R. P. Jones; sec- retary, Mr. Richard Bowen; treasurer, j Mr. T. Mcholls. It was decided to form j a committee, the following to repreeent [' Gowerton: Messrs. Robert Burgess (viee chairman), D. R. Evans, and D. M. }, Lloyd. Messrs. L. Grimths, H. Booke. J. Thomas, and W. Nicholls were selected to represent Waunarlwydd. The training headquarters aro behind St. John's Hall. On Thursday evening last a weialfw,-i,. held at the Temple Church, Gowerton, in connection with the commencement of tho Young People's Society, During the even- ing a presentation was made to Mrs. II. J. Thomag on the ooca-sion of her recent marriage. The following contributed to i a musical programme: Mr. Arthur Evans, Mr. Bert Jones, Miss Olive Walters. Printed and published by the Swansea Preee, Ltd., at Leader Buildings, Swansea.
r r. JIJ THEATRE ROYAL, Mon., Tues., Wed. I Wind St. I | 1 The GIRL from li iiHEM'IA Featuring Mrs. VERNON CASTLE. MAI), AM WHO, I BESSIE BARRISCALE in Charming and Original Romance.-6 Reels. a Episode 11, Cyclonic Serial, Two-Reol Triangle Keystone) HANDS UP, Teddy and Another. j | "The Stranger from the Sea." Gazette & Topical Nawa. j .A
The Day's Gossip. I Leader VfTice, Saturday. Lord Howard de Walden said some very hot things at the Drama luncheon yester- day not only about the backwardness of Welsh music—and in truth we are in the dark ages of music, although we try to convince the world that we are wonders— but about the Welsh drama; but he wrapped these criticisms up in such artistic and courteous language that their full meaning may not have dawned upon all. I believe that Lord Howard would 11 feel, with regard to many of our native products, that they want treatment with a hatchet; mark, I am not ascribing the phrase to him, but I have a good idea that he is under no illusions about their poor construction and their lack of unity and design. A Mus. Bac. Outburst. I I am not out to defend the Western Mail" against Dr. Vaughan Thomas's terrific indictment-he said it had a good time out of Welsh quarrels, and a lot of other gingery things for which I scarcely think he has warrant-for the young lions of the Mail" can do their own roaring very effectively. But, although I ques- tion the use of the occasion, he was quite right, in his assault upon the people who, well able to do so, never give a helping hand to the arts. They exist, even in Swansea; their soul is in trade, and it is as small as their trade. About Lyn-y- Van," the doctor's cantata which was pro- duced at the Swansea National Eisteddfod and has never been heard since in the town, I agree he is justified in complain- ing, for it is a very beautiful work, and local societies might have done a native composer the honour of performing it in preference to eternal Handel and Men- delssohn. George Colwilf. I Without prejudice," as the lawyers say, I welcome back George Coiwill to the Council. I hope he will be strong enough to represent the Kilvey Ward and not the Labour Association; and, if he must give us figures, that he will remember what poor vessels most of us are for carrying his elaborate calculations. A few at a time would be best. I welcome him back because he is as straight as a die, because he is so intensely in earnest-because in fact he is a thoroughly good fellow. At the same time it is unfortunate that Mr. Sam Davies-P erroi deprives us of a con- test, because two good men would be in the field-and one under the handicap of belonging to a party that would refuse I him freedom 01 a tion. In the present cir- cumstances, Mr. Daviep would have won I hands down. Dividend Hunting. I ve been wondering for some time how long sane Labour (which is surely the greater part of it) will stand, without protest, some of the ravings of the Daily Herald." It is, at any rate, pleasing to notice, as I often do, that leaders buying their morning papers do not take its opinions unaccompanied. A friend of mine, who knows a good deal of Cornish mining (although not of the famous Levant property, where this week's disaster has occurred) draws niy attention to its treatment yesterday of that sac1 event. Everything Eem.8 to 1 hate be eacrinced to dividend hunting" it calm alleges, adding that the dis- aster s ws the evil of private ownership I and is surely the strongest argument in I favour of mine nationalisation." Bob jail!ie, on request, points the moral that it the mines were owned and controlled by the State a difiWent system of raising and lowering the men would he adopted than this antediluvian method. I sup- pose, comments my friend, this nonsense will be swallowed as gospel by some t'hou- sands of people in the Kingdom. But nobody who knows Cornish mining will believe it. It is rather unfortunate for the Herald" that on this very week people who do know (among them the manager of the most successful and the best-equipped mine) are telling a Govern- ment Commission that unless tin rises to meet the cost of materials or Govern- ment assistance is forthcoming, the mines must close. This doesn't sound much like dividend hunting." And Levant is among those losing most! The Sense of Taste. Most people are labouring under wrong impressions, as regards the sense of taste. They would be willing to swear on affi- davit that coffee and tea, apart from the varieties brewed in the average railway refreshment room, have each their indi- vidual taste, as well as food and beverages of many other kinds. But wise men'are agreed that there are only four different tastes, sweet, bitter, acid and salty. Lav-crbrea-d and white bread have each their different flavours, but my friend Roamer" declares that it is Lot the sensa of taste that tells you. Roughly speaking, taste is a chemical re-action, and as an eminent French chemist states in the Revue Scientifique," even scien- tists do not yet fully understand just what happens! Circumstantial as may be the evidence—overwhelming in support of these facts—Swanseaites will continue to appraise at their full value steak and kidney pies, and those dishes that rJake merry the heart of man; and bear in mind that tea does this! Another Nature idyll. I Those oontributors of mine who are good enough to help fill this column with occa- sional paragraphs on the moods of nature are, I know, men of humour; and I be- lieve they will enjoy with as much zeet as the rest of us the following piece of funning sent me by a correspondent:— As I sat on a stone looking over the bay, what a wonderful Óg h t Away to the north-east by south a great crimson clpnd of a magenta colour hunx lowering over the water, beautiful streaks of lemon- coloured blue stretched right away to the 11 distant horizon. Everybody knows now the wonderful facts I have pointed out before, How the thrush carries its snail far into the sky after selecting a stone to drop it on. How a frog swims like a man with its hands on its hi]'s. How olive oil is a sure antidote to snake bite—it ought to sell well in India. And how wet water is. and how white snow unless it is some other colour. I wonder what the wood- pecker is thinking of as he probes so deftly in the soft earth loobng for worms. How wonderful are the ways of nature j even in the frostiest weather: this little bird never feels cold with his firov coloured breast always in front of him. What music there is in the caw of the r-en gull How busy the crows are search- ing for acorns amongst the fallen leaves of the chestnuts. It reminds me of the time when I was in Franco amongst the snows of the Sierra Aloreni-biit that per- haps is another -,tory. Well. I wish, lie would tell us; and (out of the satirical rnooi) write as charmingly as the nature j lovers he compliments by his parody-for I a parody is the best tribute to a.rt 1 j