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BBIDGEND SCHOOL FOR GIRLS, NEW. I CASTLE HILL. (Established 1835). Principals The MISSES LEACH Drawing and Painting. 1111.. JESSIE LEACH (Certificates South Kensinginton). PIANOFORTE. SPECIAL CLASS FOR PAINTING AND DRAWING, ON SATURDAYS. THE SCHOOL WILL BE RE-OPENED (D.V.) ON MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 11th. Mdme.M. Sam brook-Jones CONTRALTO. Double Winner Royal National Eistedd- fodan, 1902-3. Gold Medalist, Bristol, 1908. Cardiff Triennial Festival, 1904. Also Winner of Contralto Solo Royal Albert Hall, London, 1.05. Accepts Engagements for Oratorio, Concerts and Recitals; also receives Pupils for Voice Production and Singing. 15 GROVE ROAD, BRIDGEND. Mr. William Leyshon, Organist, Congregational Church, Solo Pianist, Accompanist, and Adjudicator. TEACHER OF MUSIC. Organ, Pianoforte, Harmonium & Theory of Music. PUPILS PREPARED FOR EXAMINATION. Nantymoel, Ogmore Vale, Aberkenfig, and Pencoed Visited Weekly. Address—"Rocklea," Coity Fields, BRIDGEND. MR. GOMER JONES, TEACHER 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 College; Honours Associated Board R.A.M. and R.C.M.; Exhibitioner, 1915-16, College of Violinists. Valleys, Porthcawl, and Port Talbot Visited. For Terms, apply CEINFAN, COITY FIELDS, 8765 BRIDGEND. MR. T. DAVIES, MUS. BAC., A.R.C.O., A.Mus. T.C.L., I.S.M., Organist of St Mary's Church, Cardiff. Local Examiner for R.C.M., Lcndon. VIOLIN, PIANO, HARMONIUM, SINGING, HARMONY. PORTHCAWL VISITED WEEKLY. 2»«iy on Saturdays at- Messrs. THOMPSON & SHACKELL, BRIDGEND. A ddreee— 15 WBBTBOCBNI CBBSCENT, CARDirv. Miss Eva M. Laurence, lAxivanoed Certificate R.A.M. and R.C.M., and Trinity College, London). TEACHER of PIANOFORTE and THEORY. Pupils Prepared for Examination. Concert and "At Home" Engagemente. farms on application to— Wyndham House, Bridgend; Or Messrs. Thompson and Shackell, Ltd., 1 Wyndham Street, Bridgend. MRS G. HARWOOD-JONES A.L.C.M., Organist Ewenny Church, TEACHER OF PIANOFORTE, HARMONIUM, VIOLIN & THEORY OF MUSIC, and at 37 Park -At own or Pupils' Residence, and at 37 Park Street, Bridgend, on Thursdays. For Terms, apply :— WOODLANDS," EWENNY, 8770 Near BRIDGEND. RELIABLE CLOT H Good WORKMANSHIP At THE TAILOR, MARKET l BUILDINGS, BRIDGEND. The Palace < BRIDGEND. CONTINUOUS PERFORMANCE Continuous Performance, 6.30 te 11.31. Matinee Every Saturday at 11.118 p.m. Ad ■bkloai Id., 2d., 3d. Change of Program Ksadaya and Thursdays. Full Palace Orchestra (Conductor, J. Soloman; pFBest Pictures in the District. Advertise in the "Glamorgan Gazette." If you want to sell, buy or exchange; you •arc not do bettM. I For Best Selection of Wristlet and Pocket WATCHES AT LOWEST PRICES, Go to E. M. NEEDHAM'S (LATE L. BEBA AND CO.), 28, Dunraven Place, BRIDGEND, And 12a, Station Road, Port Talbot. THE NOTED SHOP FOR [V Wedding, Keeper and Engagement Rings. MORE MEN ARE WANTED T 1 TO IPUIEtclaILSIrsd THEIR Suits, Overcoats, Hats, Caps, Hosiery, Shirts, &c., at MYERS BERSOVITCH, Ladies' Costumier, Gents' Outfitter & General Draper Nolton Street, Bridgend, THE NOTED HOUSE FOR BOOTS AND SHOES. Once a Customer, Always a Customer. Wholesale and Retail Travellers Supplied. IN CONSEQUENCE OF THE GREAT DEMAND UPON THE WHOLESALE DEPARTMENT, EXTENSIVE NEW SHOWROOMS HAVE BEEN PROVIDED ON THE SECOND FLOOR. THE STILL AT THE FRONT Study our Window Show, we know the I rices are Right. Wriet Watches from 10/6 ap. Gold Brooches from 2/6 to 80/ Expanding Bangle Watches, SO/- to 108/ Gold Set Pendants, 616 to 100/ Gold Lockets, 5/- to 40/ 18ct. Gem Rings, 211- to £ 20. Gold Bangles, 106 to R6 10s. Hall Marked Silver Hairbrushes from 81, Gold Ear-rings, 2/6 to 80, Hall Marked Silver Mirrors, from H/- v „ Photo Framee from 2/- „ Matchboxes from 8/8 „ Cigarette Cases from 10/- „ Cigarette Holders from 1/- A Large Assortment of Silver and Rolled Gold Novelties, Electro plats London Made Ebony and Leathei Gooda. 22ct. Wedding Rings all Sold by Weight. PRIVATE ROOM FOR FITTING. HANDSOME PRESENTS GIVEN. Gilbert Williams Jeweller aqd Optician, BRIDGEND. (NEXT DOOR TO LIBRARY), Head | OCea, ROYAL EXCHANGE, »•* iWfe LONDON. Governor- Mr MeTiUe Lubbock, K.C.M.G. & "MmM Incorporated A.B., 1TM ROYAL EXCHANGE ASSURANCE CORPORATION. > Fire, Life, Sea, Accidents, Burglary, Annuities, Employer's Liability, Fidelity Guarantees. The Irire Polices of the Corporation extend to every low or damage fcy Lighfit, wba- ther the property Insured to be set on Fire thereby or not. lrlrmars, Liability under the Workmen's Compensation Act eoverod at equitable rs-WL The Corporation is prepared to act as TRUSTEE and EXECUTMt. Apply for full particulars of all alasses of Insurance to Mr. D. J. OWTH, Matropetttos B.ù1 Rridj £ end.- Messrs. GWYN and GWTN, OtwWdj# The Oldest Brewery In the District. ) (Established over a Century). R. H. STILES, The Brewery, Bridgend. Wholeeale Wine and Spirit Merchant, Maltater and Mineral Water Manufacturer, begs to announoe to his numerous Customers and the Public generally, that he has a Fine Selection of WINES AND SPIRITS Alphas prepared a Special Quality of STRONG AND MILD ALES AGENT FOR ALLSOPP'S MILD AND BITTER ALES, HOGSHEADS, BARREL41, AND KILNS ALWAYS IN STOCK. WHISKEYS: Buchanan's, Black and White; also Red Seal, Dowarlis and Thompwnle Irish. Alao-all other noted Branda kept in stock. ■ASS'S PALE ALES AND GUINESS'S. EXTRA STOUT KEPT IN iOTTLES. HENNESSY'S BRANDY gtmdwd of Ritodlenci Umaghms always IN crorc. Wet. v > » f •; •; IØ, I j • « ♦ ￼ D. E. Evans A Co. w LIWMD) ?TS?????B?? IRONMONGERS, HARVESTING MACHINE IMPLEMENT AGENTS, 1/ Dunraven Place, Caroline, Adare & Union Streets. | BRIDGEND. .:1" c < AGENTS FOR ALL THE LEADING MAKERS IN IMPLEMENTS, ETC., HATS CP — I VIEW THE FOLLOWING MACHINES AT LOWEST PRICES, AND INVIT1 lW J A. 1 Two Horse Admiral" Mowers (4ft. 6in. cut).-The best ridge &nd furrow and" ￼ ?CBHB?? =— 3?????? HW ?/&\?. ?? ? purpose mower on the market. Reaping attachments can be supplied for all WaI;c A4 Wood's Rowem. m&chine th&t will pick up MMi ?vw jT Y\ \[\\3AvvVn # St.el Hay Tedders.-The .trongEet made. The only machine that will pick up and 8na /'lliiljllj/jlf }f%H l/lfjlr hay beaten into stubble in a wet season. Can be worked by a pony and I?d. Jjjjj/f Steel Hay Rakes.—In 4 raking widths: 6ft. 6in., 8ft., 9ft., and 10ft., fitted with l-iitfc diameter teeth. ,„ — "New Century" Harvesters and Binders.—Can be supplied in four sizes: 4ft., 1ft.) RU T T and 7ft. The 5ft. we can supply in right-hand cut. t===^tm Martin's Swath Turners, Right or Left-hand Side Delivery Rakes, Light RMptft, f JuL^MM Grinders, Weeder and Charlock Destroyer Etc. | Kr ALL WEARING PARTS. BINDER TWINE. Call and see our Show, or send for oup New Season's Catalogue. I Stokes & c00 s FIRST GREAT SHOW OF Bog's Men's Overcoats RAINCOATS & WINTER CLOTHING. TO EARLY BUYERS. We are Offering for 2 or 3 Weeks, till all are Sold, a Large Stock of Last Season's MEN'S OVERCOATS AT OLD PRICES, before the Great Advance. All Fashionable Goods. Worth from 30 to 40 per cent. more to-day. Don't miss these I Monmouth House, BRIDS END Here are Two Reasons Why you Ought to Visit MacDougall's Dental Surgery • When in Need of Dental Attention. You are Assured of PAINLESS EXTRACTIONS AND FILLINGS, With a Perfect-fitting Artificial Denture lasting a Life-time. Moderate Charges. Personal Attention. NOTE THE ADPRESS- No. 1, NOLTON ST., BRIDGEND. Second Door from Cottage Hospital. Pei\coed, Llanljaraii and Surrounding Districts Visited Weekly, Patients Attended by Appointment IMPORTANT TO MOTHERS.-Every Mother who values the Health and Cleanliness of her Child should use Harrison's "Reliable" Nursery Pomade. One application kills all Nits and Vermin, beautifies and strengthens postage I d the hair. In Tins, 4!d. and 9d., postage Id.— G. W. HARRISON, Chemist, Reading. Sold by Chemists. Agent for Bridgend, E. H. Griffith, Dunraven Place; Neath, J. G. Isaac; Aberken- fig, T. C. Jones; Nantymoel, H. Martyn Hughes, 74 Ogwy Street; Maesteg, G. I. Williams, Garnlwyd, Rhys D. Morgan, Alfred Griffiths; Caerau, Gwilym H. Howells; Ogmore Vale, T. Llewellyn; Pontycymmer, J. H. Hopkins, 72 Oxford Street; Porthca wi, Duck, Chemist; Aberg nP, Idwal James, Jersev Road; Neath, D. Thomas, 75 London Road (all Chemists). .1. v- »-' R ATS, MICE, MOLES, COCKROACHES and BEETLES greedily eat Harrison's Reli- able" Rat Poison. Cats and Dogs will not touch it. Vermin dry up and leave no smell. Prices, 6d., Is., 2s. 9d., 3s. 8d. Postage, 2d.— G. W. HARRISON, Chemist, Reading. Sold by Chemists. Agent for Bridgend, E. H. Griffith, Dunraven Place; Neath, C. Hutchins, 5 Queen Street; Aberkenfig, Mrs S. Lewis; Nanty. moel, H. Martyn Hughes, 74 Ogwy Street; Og- more Vale, T. Llewellyn; Pontycymmer, J. H. Hopkins (all Chemists). Advertise in the "Glamorgan If you want to sell, buy or exchange; j cannot do better. V • X High Grade Footwear, i T Boots & Shoes For Perfect Fit, Durability and Comfort, QUALITY AND PRICE RIGHT. ♦ Holdfast" Boots for Farwws and Mlawt Every Pair Guaranttad. LEGGINGS OF ALL STYLM, Waterproof Goods-All Descriptions In Itaak. Saddlery.-30 Seta of Harness to akoaaa from. Saddles, Bridles, and every dmwiw ion of Leather Goods. Travelling Requisites-Tinaka, PcrfcmaflSaaBi aad Baga. Note the Addreu- YOBWERTH THONAS, BRIDGEND, Sessions & Sons, Ltd. FOIR ALL Bailding Materials and Fittings. CEMENT, SLATES, SAND. CHIMNEY PIECES, GRATES, RANGEA, BATHS, SANITARY GOODS. Penarth Road, Cardiff. Write for Lists and Prioee. TeletrAw-i Bsssionsr Cardif. 'Phoas MM (I ltMMi MORFA OIL The Collier's Great Remedy CURES Rheumatism, Sciatica, Lumbago- Sprains, Strains, Bruises, Stit Necks, Stiff Joints, Strained Sin- ¡, ews, and all Pains, in Joints and Limbs. J I.. THOUSANDS OF GENUINE TESTIMONLATM Sold in Bottles at 1/8 and 2/9 (Poetag* lst^S Id. and 4d. respectively). From all Chemists or the Proprietors, Evans & May, Chemists, 130 Water bt., Aberavon, Davies' Chest Relievers The Rock Shop, Caroline Street, Bridgend. The old is past. the new is oome. And etill my goods are Number Ollf' Of long Renown my Chest Believe^ Belief for Colds. but not for Fererfc • 1 t.