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OPENING AUTUMN SHOW IN ALL DEPARTMENTS, OF Novelties for Autumn and Winter Wear. We particularly wish to mention our COLLECTION of NEW FUR MODELS which are all CAREFULLY SELECTED AND HIGH-GRADE SKINS. The striking NEW MILLINERY FASHIONS are well represented, in addition to the more extreme Models. Many skilful adaptions, equally chic in their way, produoed by our own Milliners, will be offered at strictly moderate prices. A VISIT OF INSPECTION IN SOLICITED. HENRY THOMAS & SONS 2 GUILDHALL SQ., CARMARTHEN. ♦ « NOTE— We are Agents of Burberry's 6° Dunvard's Conduit Coats. 'i ) Anti-Aircraft Searchlight I Companies, Royal Engineers. QUALIFIED MEN with knowledge of internal combustion engines, or any branch of Electrical Engineering, between the ages of 41 and 47, are URGENTLY REQUIRED for above. Personal application should be made to the Chief Recruiting Staff Officer, Great Scotland Yard, Whitehall, London, S.W. G. !fM R. THE RECRUITING OFFICER, CARMARTHEN, asks for INFORMATION regarding the following men, as to whether they (a) have joined the Army (b) are excepted from the provisions of the Military Service Acts, 1916 (c) are in possession of a definite certificate or badge exempting them from liability for Military Service. (d) are in a reserved occupation (e) have moved to another district, &c., &c The above information is required to complete records in Recruiting Offices and any communication WILL BE TREATED IN STRICT CONFIDENCE. Group System No NAME (SURNAME FIRST) AGE. LAST ADDRESS. or Military Service Act i Jones, David Samuel 20 years Penlan Voss Farm, Carmarthen Class 3 2 Jones, J. R. Bont Farm, Abergwili Class man 3 Payne, Frederick 18 1) Penybank, Velindre, Henllan Class i 4 Jones, Jenkin 39 „ Lleithi, Rhydargaeau Road, Car- Class 22 marthen 5 Thomas, David 18 „ Llanchynadda, Lianllawddog Class 2 6 Williams, J. H. 26 „ Glyn Cottage, Henllan, Whitland Class 32 7 Hamlet, J. W. H. 40 „ Church House, Llangain Class 46 8 Evans, Benj. 20 „ Cilerny Farm, Abernant, Talog-road Class 3 9 James, G. 32 „ 3 Castle-street, Newcastle-Emlyn Class 15 10 Evans, Benj. 22 „ Aberhelen, Newcastle-Emlyn Class 28 ii Thomas, Thos. 22 „ Moor Farm, Whitland Class 5 12 Davies, John 18 „ Blaenhelen, Newcastle-Emlyn Class I 13 Thomas, A. R. D. 36 „ 3 Chapel-street, Carmarthen Class 42 14 Morgan, Ch. 19 „ 6 St. Catherine-street, Carmarthen Group 2 15 Stephens, E. 17 6 Barn-road, Carmarthen Class A 16 Davies, David John 35 „ Half Moon Hotel, Carmarthen Class 41 17 John, Herbert 27 „ (Engineer) Lanteague, Whitland Class 10 18 Davies, Thomas 19 „ Llanslymeddi, Llanllawddog, Llan- Class 2 pumpsaint, late of Penybank, Llanpumpsaint 20 Thomas, Harold 36 „ Derw, Mydrim, St Clears, late of Class 19 Gwelfryn, Cwmmawr, Tumble 19 Taylor, Alfred 20 Late of Glasfryn Farm, Llangun- Class 3 nock (discharged Soldier) 21 Evans, John 19 „ Pentinascoed, near Carmarthen Class 2 22 Young, B. 22 „ 7 Davies Town, Pensarn Class 27 23 Powell, E. M. 29 „ 23 Pare Place, Carmarthen Class II 24 Jones, T. 26 4 Waterloo Terrace, Carmarthen Class 8 25 Williams, Emlyn 24 „ Islwyn, Velindre, Henllan, late of j Class 6 60 Wine Street, Bristol AUTUMN, 1916 Misses LEWIS & CLARE'S Showrooms are now complete with a full range of High-Class Millinery, Furs, Umbrellas, Veilings, &c. Cavendish House, 4.1 King Street, Carmarthen, .r BOOKBINDING. Established Over Fifty Years. D. TITUS WILLIAMS BOOIKIIBIIsriDIEiiE^, Etc., I CHAPEL STREET, CARMARTHEN. The Best and Cheapest House in South Wales for all Classes of Binding. Those who are taking any Histories of the War in parts, should get them put into cases or bound before they become torn and worthless. ¡ Books bound in Publishers Cases at Publisher's Prices. BOOKBINDING TO THE TRADE. BOOKBINIDINGO-, | The Welshman's Favourite. ) MABON Sauce As good as its Name. 4 & DON'T FAIL TO GET IT. 2 fe MoM/u/acturtrt—BLANCH'S, St. P«ter St., Cardiff. S W. S. 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NOTICE.-THIS ESTABLISHMENT, OWING TO THE NEW LIGHTING REGULATIONS, WILL BE CLOSED ON SATURDAY NIGHTS AT 8 O'CLOCK. PLEASE SHOP EARLY. — NOW IS THE TIME TO SELL OLD GOLD AND SILVER Cash sent or offers made by return for articles sent by post. Best Prices Paid. John Williams, WATCHMAKER, LAMMAS-ST. CARMARTHEN. Established 1S36. WEDDING CARDS. Anyone requiring the above should, before placing their orders, send for our NEW SPECIMEN BOOK CONTAINING THE CHOICEST DESIGNS CARDS AND PRICKS SUITABLE iron ALL CLàSSB:8 AYR KNITTING YARNS 3 Ply Wheeling 4 Ply Double Knitting 5 Ply Fingering may be procured by RETAILERS.through Agents or DIRECT from the MANU- FACTURERS. Write for samples and prices:— JAMES TEMPLETON & SON, LTD. THE WORSTED MILLSJ AYR, SCOTLAND, COUNTY OF CARMARTHEN. APPOINTMENT OF VISITORS. LUNACY ACT, 1890, SECTION 177. MENTAL DEFICIENCY ACT, J913, SECTION 40. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that at the Michaelmas Court of Quarter Sessions, held at the Shirehall, Carmarthen, on the 20th day of October, 191(5, the following were appointed Visitors under the above Acts for the ensuing year Major T. H. Dowdeswell, The Cottage, Llan. stephan. Dr. David George Lloyd, Bodafon, Newcastle- Emlyn. D. Williams, Esq., Box House, Llanelly. Dr. Evan Evans, Llanelly. Lady Stafford Howard, Oilymaenllwyd, Llanelly. Clerk to the Visitors. J. W. Nicholas, Clerk of the Peace, County Offices, Carmarthen. Dated this 20th day of October, 1916. J. W. NICHOLAS, Clerk of the Peace. County Offices, Carmarthen. 1 TO ADVERTISERS. PREPAID SCALE OF CHARGES FOR ADVERTISING. IN THE "REPORTER. No. of One Three Six Words. Insertion. Insertions. Insertions. s d s d d 20 1 0 2 3 36 28 1 6 36 4 6 36 2 0 4 0 5 6 44 2 6 4 6 6 6 The above scale only applies to the Situations, To Lets," and" To be Sold by Private Treaty, clases of Advertisements, and must be paid for in' advance, or the ordinary credit rate will be charged, HALFPENNY STAMP3, or Postal or Post Office Orders, payable to M. LAWRENCE, at Carmarthen, Replies may be made addressed to the Beportet Office, and will be forwarded to advertisers when stamped envelopes are sent. JAMES JONES, Billposter and Advertising Agent for Kidwelly and neighbouring Villages. All work duly executed. Address :-Station Road, Kidwelly. TO LET a fully licensed free Public House in centre of Carmarthen.—Apply, Lloyd & Thomas, Auctioneers, Carmarthen. WANTED, STOKER; al?o General Labourer capable of qualifying as Stoker.—Apply, Manager, Gas Works, Carmarthen. I
LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. MAYOR'S PRISONERS OF WAR FUND.H. L. Davies, Esq., 7 Augustine Road, Bedford, RI Is; English Baptist Church, 21 Is. Flag Day at Carmarthen on Saturday realised over JE52. TOWN COUNCIL.—The Mayor (Mr J. Lewis) presided at a meeting of the Carmarthen. Town Council on Wednesday evening.—It was unani- mously agreed to grant a bonus of 2s a week to the Corporation workmen.-It was reported that the Sailors Flag Day had realised J652, and that the expenses were 8s 2d, leaving a net balande of £ 51 13s lOd. TABERNACLE.—Miss Katie Hodges was the speaker at this week's C.E. meeting at the Tabernacle Chapel, and there was a large attendance. The subject was "The Ministry of Song," and Miss Hodges in an able paper traced how song had lived throughout the ages-somrfortmg ,and cheering— as the cir- cumstances may need. In the discussion which followed, a large number took part. This Thursday at 7 p.m. Mr Charlie Griffiths was due to open the discussion with an introduct- ory paper. THE Carmarthen Branch of the G.W.R. Temperance Union held its monthly meeting in the Assembly Rooms on Sunday evening. The following programme was rendered Solo, Mr S. James; solo, Miss Lily Evans; duett, Miss May and Master Master Emlyn Davies; reci- tation, Miss Myfanwy Thomas solo, Miss May Jones; recitation, Miss May Davies; solo, Mr W. Lloyd; solo-, Miss Annie Davies; solo, Miss Jessie Evans. The Rev J. Dyinallt Owen wa; the chairman and gave a powerful address on Temperance. Miss May Davies, Ysgubonstone, was the accompanist. RED CROSS HOSPITAL.-The Secretary wishes to acknowledge with many thanks gifts of vegetables, fruit, flowers, groceries, venison, prizes for entertainments, harvst offerings, tobacco, pheasant, illustrated papers, recover- ing billiard table, games, etc., from the follow- ing :-Lady Owen Philipps; Mrs Gwynne- Hughes; Mrs Rudman->Saunders • Hon. Mr Hunter; Lord and Lady Dynevor; Mr Llewelyn St. Peter street; Mrs Bowen Jos; Lady Lloyd; Mrs Barker; Mr Walton Mrs Raith; Hon Mrs Stewart; Lady Hills-Johnes; Mr Williams; Mr G. S. Gulston; Mrs Lloyd; Miss Llewellyn, Priory street; Mr Herbert Peel; Mr David Rees. Whitland; Miss Edwardes, Sarnau; Mrs Thomas, Parke; Miss Hutchin- son, Parke; Mrs Spence-Jones, Pantglas; Mr Lewis Philipps; Miss Falkener; Mrs B. John- son Rev B. Thomas; Mrs Lloyd, Pare Henri; Mrs Bolton St. Peter's egg collection; St. Peter's Church; LLand'lo Parish Church; LJJan. arthney Parish Church; Mydrim Church; St. Mary's Church; Cwrt Henri and Cross Inn Chapel; Llanegwad Parish Church and St. John's Church; Ptarish of Llanboidy; Parish of Llanwinio; English Congregational Church; Salvation Army Barracks; Unitarian Chapel; children of Whitland Council School; children of Newchurch School; members of Llandilo V.A.D.; Llandilo Working Party; during the month of October. (a). OBITUARY.—We regret to announce the death of Mr D. A. Woozley, retired collector of Inland Retvenue. Deceased, who had just completed his 70th year, passed away peace- fully on Thursday, October 19th, from heart failure, following a sharp attack of pleurisy at his residence, Hazaldean. Chelshiam road, Clapham, S.W. Mr Woozley formerly resided in Carmarthen. The funeral took place at Streatham Cemetery on Monday the 23rd inst. decrosed being laid to rest side by side with the remains of his wife. The mourners were: Mrs Murray (daughter), Mr 9. E. Woozley (brother), Messrs J). A. and J. M. E. Woozley (sons), Mrs A. S. Daivid, Gwenllian and Jack Murray (grand children), Mesdames D. A. and I J. M. E. Wooley (daughters-in-law), Rev W. Davies, Chaplain Highgat-e Infirmary; and Mr J. H. Bailey, I.S.O., a colleague of deceased. I WEDDING.—A marriage was celebrated at the English Congregation a 1 Church on Wed- nesday between Pte. William Hogg, Australian Imperial Forces, son of Mr and Mrs Hogg, of Drumore Farm, Kirkcudbright, ScotlandTand Miss Janet McDowell, only daughter of Mr and Mrs Wm. McDowell, Fernlea, Richmond- terrace, Carmarthen. The Rev D. J. Thomas (pastor) officiated. The bride is well known n town, having been a teacher at Pentrepoeth Infant School for a considrable time, while the bridegroom is a Sootohman who jemed the Army in Australia, where he had a ranch. He came over to England with the, Australian Forces some months ago, and is now on his last leave prior to proceeding to the front. The bride, who was given away by her father, was charmingly attired in a princess dress of white old lace trimmed with pale blue buckles and rea liHtoniton lace fichu, whilte her hat was of white silk trimmed with a pale blue rose. She was accompanied by Miss Annie Baldwin, of Springfield, who wore a white costume with a black valour hat and black fox furs, and by her Lutle cousin. Miss Kathleen Scott, of Man- chester (niece of Dr Scott, Manchester), who was prettily attired in white embroidery and a white satin hat The best man was Mr James Main, Queen street. After the wedding a suimptuoius breakfast was partaken of at the bride's home, when the bridal party, together with the following were present: Mrs Mc- Dowell (mother off the bride), Mrs McDowell, Manchester (aunt of bride, Rev and Mrs D. J. Thomas; Sister Monteiff and Sister Clarke, military nurses at the Red Cross Hospital, Carmarthen; and Mrs Jones, 5, Richmond- terrace, Carmarthen. Pte. and Mrs Hogg left for Scotland for the- honeymoon with the 10.10 a.m. train. The bride's travelling cos- tume was of navy blue with a mole velour hat and silver grey furs. Both bride and bride- groom were the recipients of numerous and costly presents.
MAYORS REELIJBF IN BELGIUM FUND
MAYOR'S REELIJBF IN BELGIUM FUND. The folowing etter has been received from the National Committee for Relief in Belgium Dear Sirs,—I have to acknowwledge with many thanks your letter of the 21st inst., en- closing di e que value £ 15, being the seventh contribution from the Mayor's War Relief Fund, Carmarthen j towards the relief of the destitute Belgians in Belgium. I would be grateful if you would express to the contributors our sincere than/ks for their continued support. (Signed (W. A. M. GOODE, Yours faithfully, Hon. Secretary. The Hon. Secretaries, War Relief Fund, 54, King street, Carmarthen.
COUNTY EDUCATION AUTHORITY EVENING CLASSES
COUNTY EDUCATION AUTHORITY EVENING CLASSES. The evenig classes at Priory street Schoo's are now well establishd and there is a large attendance for all subjects which include Book-keeping (double entry), Shorthand, Com- mercial Arithmetic, Commercial English, and Typewriting! Intending students should com- municate at once with the Headmaster, Mr F. Hardaker, A.C.P.. The fee (for students over 16 years of age) is 2s for the Session, and is returned to all who make 85 per cent of attendances.
The Churches. Mr Joseph Hocking, the well-known authors will preach at the anniversary services of the English Congregational Church, Carmarthen, on Sunday next, October 29. On the Monday evening he will deliver a lecture on "What 1 saw at the Front." Owing to lighting restric- tions, the lecture will be delivered at Lammas street Chapel schoolroom, which has been kindljy placed at their disposal. His Honour Judge Lloyd Morgan, K.C., will preside. *.11 The Rev J. T. Job has not yet answered the call he received from Pentowr C.M. Church, Fishguard. The church have been in great suspense for many weeks and the county for the same length of time in great expectations. *•* We are very pleased to find that the Rev Rhystyd Davies, C.M. pastor of Moriah Church, Blrynamman, has recovered from his recent illness and has been preaching and ad- ministering ministerial duties now for many weeks. He has been confined to his rooms for 18 weeks. • «« The anniversary services of the English Con- gregational ClhUirch at Brynamman was held last Sunday. The Rev Jeremy Jones, Cwm- tlynfeU, officiated. The rev gentleman is a native of Pantteg and an ex-student of the Presbyterian College and Old College School. The pastor of the church at Brynamman is the Rev T. L. Harries, cousin of Dr Harris, J.P. Ordination services were held at Bethel a.nd Salem Baptist Churches. Oaio, on Friday, p when Mr Riifus Rogers. B.A., of Bangor College, brother to the Rev R. S. Rogers, B.A., Ca.pel Gomer, Swansea, was ordained as successor to the late Rev J. E. Thomas. Among the officiating ministers were the Revs S. Morris, M.A., Bangor; R. Owen, Llanelly; T. R. Morgan, Swyddffynon; J. Edwards, Porth; R. S. Rogers, B.A., Swansea; J. A. Evans, Ebbw Vale J. Richards, Aberyst- wyth; and Dr Timothy Richard. Reports received from the other side of the Atlantic concerning the Rev R. Rhystyd Dairies, late pastor of C.M. Church at Llen- diol and afterwards of Gwastad and Penffordd, Pom., are very encouraging, and make happy reading for friends and relatiivles. He has only been two years in the States and his fame is now quite equal1 to what it was in the mother country. There is no cymanfa of importance no convention of the denomination formed without his presence, and1 he takes a leading part in every good work and movement in his own city. His church is the largest Welsh Presbyteritan Church in the New World, and the attendance has been increased by some 200 since his adlvent aIDIOlng them, the membership running in the direction of four figures. Mr Dlarvies has just travelled 2,000 miles on a preaching tour and among the churches he visited was the First Avenue, Washington, where the present President is a memiber, and where Lincoln and Garfield and all the White House ,staff once worshipped. Mr Davies pro- poses to visit Whales on peace being declared. On Thursday the 19th inst. centenary cele- brations in connection with the C.M. Chapel, Rhydargaeau, near Carmarthen, were held. Presiding at a public meeting, Mr Timothy Davies, M.P., London, who is a native of the district, said Rhydargaeau was known to thousands of English readers through the Rec David Davies's "Echoes lirom the Welsh Hills" and the dear old men who lived there in the earw,part of the last century had been immor- talised. The only conclusion one came to 'n reading these "Echoes" was that there were men there in humble walks of life possessed of sterling hearts, men "worthy to be princes in the house of their King." The chapel was opened on the threshold of peace between Great Britain and Franoo-a peace which had lasted ever since. To-day our own brswe men were shedding their blood side by side with gallant Frenchmen, both nations fighting against a tyrant more unscrupulous than Napoleon. Rev W. D. Rowlands, Carmarthen, said :t had not yet been fufly realised what Wales owed to its villages and hamlets, and especially the village Bethels which had sent forth men who were Teal assets to the life of the oountry. Addresses were also delivered by the Revs. Samuel Evans (pastor), Edward Davies, Llan- pumpsaint, and Mr John Evans. The Revs J. T. Gregory, Penuel; J O. Jones, Carmarthen; Joseph Jenkins, L'lau- dovtrv; and W. Lewis, Llanpumpsaimt, offi- ciated at preaching services morning and evening. The quarterly meetings of the East Carmar- then Association were held at Salem, Llandilo on Tuesday and "Wednesday the 17th and 18th inst., under the presidency of Mr D'. Harries. Llaneilly. The conference was held on Tues- day afternon, when it was decided to hold the next meeting at Providence', Llangadog. The following ministers were chosen to foe the I special preachers on selected subjects Rev W.
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Dalies, Llandilo; Rev T. W. Morgan, Phila- delphia; Rev John Morgans, Ammanford. The Rev T. Thomas, Godroaman, was warmly ree,ived by transfer into the Association. A transfer was granted to the Rev D. Harries, Llandilo, to the Welsh Churches in the States. The Rev D. Gwylfa Roberts, D.Litt., waS elected chairman for the ensuing year. The matter of founding a "theological chair in the Unifveraities was under consideration. OO Wednesday morning, after the sermons, the Lord's Supper was oelebrated, when the Rof W. Davies presided. The following ministers preached during the services: Rev T. OrchwY Bowen, Llaneilly; Rev Sam Hanries, Bethel, Oynghordy, delivered a special sermon to the ohildren and young people, and the Rev D. J. Davies, B.A., Cap-el Als, on the Missionary. The following also preached: Revs D. Lloyd Morgan, D.D., Ponitarduilais; W. Bowen, PeIl- ygroes; T. M. Price, Bethania; J. Davies- Tabor; and T. Davies, Llangiennech. At the Communion service, the following took part: Reivs J. Evans, Bryn; D. Richards, Myddfaij, D. B. Richards, Crugybar; W. H. Harries, i Penrheol; E. G. Rees, Abergoaiech; G. Jones, I Hondy; T. Thomas. Albion House, Llandilo- There were also present Revs J. Davies, Capel Isaac; D. P. Roberts, M.A., B.D., Llandilo; D. Bowen, Hermon; T. E. Thomas, Llangadog and Mr Mr D. E. Peregrine, student. The meetings throughout were well attended, and the sermons were of a high tone, being con- sidered very good, and delivered with Divine unction. Great praise is due to the co-opera- tion on the part of Salem people by the warJII reception they gave to all present, at the tables in the schoolroom between the services, and for their readiness in conveying ministers back and fore to the station in their trap9- Much good is expected after these meetings. for God's glory.
Musical Festival at Carmarthen
Musical Festival at Carmarthen. SUCCESSFUL "CYMANFA GANU." The annual cymanfa ganu of the Indep^41' dent Churches of the Carmarthen District WO held at Lammas street Chapel on Thursday the 19th inst. The choirs present were Lammas street, Union street, Priordy, BwJo1t' newydd, Smyrna, Abergwili,, Philadelphia, Penygraig. Mr W. J. Evans, Aberdare, act as conductor. Processor J. Oliver StephePS, B.A., B.D., presided over the children's meøt: ing in the afternoon, and the Rev E. Kefl Evans, M.A., over the adult's meeting in tO evening. Miss E. Evans, Penygraig, was tb accompanist at the afternoon meeting, aD Miss A. J. Williams, A.L.C.M., Brynaml^' illl the evening. Mr W. J. Williams, Ricb' mond terrace, acted as organist, and the, orchestral accompaniment was provided by the String Band led by Mr D, N. Jones. At the afternoon meeting, the Rev DaVId Roberts, Elim, catchised the children 00 "Gwyniebu'r Anialwch," composed by Mr p. Jeremy Jonies, Cwmllynfell. The singing of the massed choirs was magi* ficent, particularly their rendering of "WortbY is the Lamb" (Handel) in the evening. I The festival wa sone of the most success held at Lammas street since the series ws inaugurated. Great credit is due to Mr Jones, Lammas street, the leader of the ad»^ rehearsals, and to Mr B. Morgan, Penygra^' the leader of the childrens rehearsals. Mr Jones also acted as secretary.
Carmarthen borough Police toart
Carmarthen borough Police toart. The Carmarthen Borough Police Court held at the Guildhall on Monday. The Ma-Sot (Mr John Lewis) presided; and there were alSO present: Mr W. Sparrell, illr H. E. Blagdco Richards, Mr James Davies, Mr T. Davies. -ly T. Bland Davies, and Mr Rees Davies. TROUBLE OVER, LIGHTING ORDER. Mrs Elizabeth Rees, widow, 7, Pro plRioe charged Mrs Burns with threats apa applied for sureties of the peace. She said tpJII Mrs Bums called her several objectiona^j names, and said that if she came out she wo11 screw her neck off. Mrs Burns said that it was Mrs Rees 'Wbo insulted hen* first, and accused her of gíV'1 information to the police about her light. Mrs Leila Thomas gave evidence corroboro ing that of Mrs Rees. Mrs Burns said that she never used thread' Mrs Rees became very violent and accused bøf of informing the police that she did not ofr scure her lights. The Clerk (Mr H. B. White): Have you Olly witnesses ? Defendant: No; I did not think it was so W portant as all that. I have no money to wasto on summonses. The Bench dismissed the case. DESERTION. Mrs Jane Hannay, wife of R. E. Hanneýl Half Moon Hotel, Carmarthen applied for separation order against her husband. Appellant said that she had been married years, and there were three children. Jiof husband came to her on the 6th inst. and tolj her to leave the house. He said that there a manageress in the house, and that he & not intend to live with applicant any longer,, He then left. ot Mr Wallis-Jones appeared for the alppdiØlpt, and Mr Howell Davies for defendant. f Loma Maud Hannay, aged 15, daughter the parties, said that she heard her father tel her mother to clear out. Defendant went into the box and admitt^ desertion. He agreed to an order of 30s 11 week. The Bench made an order accordingly. A BLANKET AND A KEY. Mrs Elizabeth Anne Ha,rvey was charged oØ remand with stealing a door key and blanket belonging to Mrs M. A. Baker, Cambric place. Heal Constable Mayalll said that he ba4 asked for tan adjournment in order to find blanket. The blanket was not found. Defendant was then formerly charged the theft of the key. She said that she picked it up and thought it was her own. The Bench dismissed the charge. Defendant: I am much obliged to yoø. gentlemen.
The Question of Health
The Question of Health TIio question of health is a matter which if lore to concern us at one time or anoth when Influenza is so prevalent as it if fa** now, so it is well to know what to Use K° ward off an attaek of this mist wea,keniog disease, this epidemic catarrh or cold of ,,0 aggravating kind, to combat it whilst ulido its baneful influence, and particularly attack, for then the system is so low«r^ as t*) be liable to the most dangerous of coo}' plaints. Gwilym Evans' Quinine Bitters acknowledged by all who have fliven it a trial to be the best. specific remedy aMJJ with Influenaa in All its various stages, WOg a Preparation skilfully prepared with Quinif* and accompanied with other blood purifyi^ and enriching agents, suitable for the li".et, digestion, and all those ailments requirf' tonic strengthening and nerve increaft propoities. It is invaluable for those ing from oolds, pneumonia, or any serious i^ neas, or prostration caused by sleeplessness or worry of any kind, when the body has general feeling of weakness or lassitude- Send for a copy of the pamphlet of terfJ* monial&, which carefully read and oonsidet well, then buy a bottle (sold in two ,øeI; 2s 9il and 4s 6d) at yout nearest Chemiflt °f Stores, but when purchasing see that name "Gwi]Ym -Evans" is on the label, and bottle, for without which MHO genuine. Sole Proprietors; Qainin-. Bit^f* Manufacturing Company, Limited, JLiwi South Wales. i