Collection Title: Glamorgan Gazette
Provider: The National Library of Wales
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'— inow is the Time to Buy Furniture. Don't Wait Until it is too dear. THE South Wales Furnishers HAVE SOME Wonderful Bargains. I TO OFFER. CASH OR EASY TERMS. iriw QMHty at their Doeile to THZE South Wales Furnishers, 25 Wgndham St. BMB6EM. I Bridgend Preparatory and Commerciat Schoot for Boys and Girts, Lesser Town Hall. MA8TZB: ReY.T.GwUym Jones, B.D. (HONOURS, CARMARTHEN COLLEGE). Students prepared for Ministerial Colleges, College of Preceptors, Oxford and Cambridge Locals, Post OfBce. and Banks Examinations. Special Commercial Course, arithmetic. Short- hand, Book-keeping, Typewriting and Composi- tion. Pupils Coached in one or more Subjects. A Good List of Successes. Mr. W. LEYSHON, Organist, Congregational Church, Bridgend, tOtJO PtANtST AND ACCOMPANIST. PUPILS PREPARED FOR EXAMINATION IN ORGAN, PIANOFORTE, and THEORY OF MUSIC. MMtymoet, Ogmore Vate, Acerkenfig, and Pencoed Visited Weekty. Address-"Rocklea," Coity Fields, BRIDGEND. MR. GOMER JONES, tZACHER OF:—VIOLIN, VIOLA, 'CELLO. D-BASS, PIANO, THEORY & HARMONY. Over 300 Examination Successes, including Diplomas, Associates, and Licentiates College of Violinists; Associates L.C.M.; Associates Trinity Coll"e; Honours Associated Board R.A.M. and t.C.M.; Exhibitioner. 191M6. College of Violinists. VaHeys, Porthcaw), and Port Talbot Visited. Wor Terms, apply :— CEINFAN, COITY FIELDS, tfM BRIDGEND. MR. T. DAVIES" MUS'BAC.J A.R.C.O.. A.Mus. T.C.L.. 1.8.«[.. Organist of St Mary's Church, CwrdtH. VIOLIN, PIANO, HARMONIUM, SIEGING, HARMONY. PORTHCAWL VISITED WEnLY. Apply oh Saturdays at- 11._1'8. THOMPSON A 8HACKELL. BRIDGEND. Address: 15 Westbourne CrMcent, Cardiff. THE BtBLE TRUE. CHRtSTADELPmAN MBETtNG ROOM, \lId Stone Bridge, Dunraven Place, BRtOGEND. A LECTURE Will be delivered on SUNDAY NEXT, at 6.30 p.m. (God willing), Subject: "Baby Springing; A Romish Rite." AH Welcome. Seats free. Questions Invited. No Collection. Please bring a Bible Wtth you. Free Lectures each Sunday at 6.30, and a, Bible Class each Thursday at 7.30. Yon are invited to each. 9348 MOORLANDS SCHOOL, PORTHCAWt. Principals The MISSES GARSED SOUND ENGLISH EDUCATION. Recent Successes and Honours in Associated Board B.A.M. and R.C.M., Royal Drawing Society, and Cambridge Locals. Resident French Governess. Physical Culture. Outdoor Games. Healthy Home Life. Recommended by Medical Pro- fession. References—Parents. NEXT TERM RE-OPENS MAY 4th. Additional Premises Opened at MISKIN HOUSE and BUNGALOW, adjoining Moor- lands School. 52 BREAKSEA gCHOOL, pORTHCAWL. Boarding and Day School for Girls, with Pre- paratory School for Boys. Thorough Education. Preparation for Exams and Public Schools. Large detached House and Garden. Good Diet. School highly recom- mended for health and education. PRINCIPAL MISS NOEL. Next Term, April 2Sth. J)AVtES' CHEST R ELIEVERS. THE ROCK SHOP, CAROLINE STREET, BRIDGEND. The old is past, the new* is come, And still Tny goods are Number One; Of long Renown my Chest Reliefers, Relief for Colds, but not for Fevers. TO DEAF PEOPLE. FRENCH ORLENE" absolutely cures De&t. neas and Noises in the Head, no matter how severe or longstanding the ca