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BRIDGEND SCHOOL FOR GIRL8, NEW- CASTLE HILL. (Established 1835). P,.nllpsl. The MISSES LEACH Drawing and Painting. Miss JESSIE LEACH (Certificated South Kensiriginton). PIANOFORTE. iEECIAL CLASS FOR PAINTING AND DRAWING, ON SATURDAYS. THE SCHOOL WILL BE «E-OPEtFED (D.V.) ON MONDAY, SEPI SMBEP u;&. .= Ndme.M. Sam. brook-Jones CONTRALTO. Double Winner Royal National Eistedd. lodau, 1902-3 Gold Medalist, Bristol, 1003. Cardiff Triennial Festival, 1904. Also Winner of Contralto Solo Royal Albert Hall, London, IMS. 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. _4_ MR. GOMER JONES, TEACHER OF:—VIOLIN, VIOLA, 'CELLO, D.-BASS, PIANO, THEORY & HARMONY. Over 300 Examination Sucoesses, including Diplomas, Associates, and Licentiates College of Violinists; Associates L.C.M,; Associates Trinity College; Honours Associated Board R.A.M. and E.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. B AC., 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., London. VIOLIN, PIANO, HARMONIUM, SINGING, HARMONY. t PORTHCAWL VISITEI W £ iaw-ly on Saturdays at— Meesxe. THOMPSON & SHACKELL, BRIDGEND. Addrem-. 15 WasxBOOBiri CBBSCKNT, CAUDI". Miss Eva M. Laurence, fiAjdranoed Certificate R.A.M. and R.C.M., and Trinity College, London). TEACHER of PIANOFORTE and THEORY. Pupils Prepared for Examination. Oonoert and "At Home" Engagements, forms on application to- Wyndham House, Bridgend; Or Messrs. Thompson and Bhackell, 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 ). CLOTH, Soad WORKMANSHIP At o,il THE TAILOR, MARKEt ¡., The Palace BRIDGEND. CONTINUOUS PERFORMANCE Continuous Performance, 6.30 to 11.12. Matinee Every Saturday at U8 p.ra, #ld inwoii i Id., Ba., ad. Change of ProgramuM Mtmdaye and Thursdays. Pull Palace Orchestra (Conductor, J. Soloman) fVBest Pictures in the District. Up-so-Date Apptuupees for, burning 0111. (Urrery OIWA of work at oixmpotiuvo prim* at WU "Glamorgan Gacetta" Pixn$iic W4WriS. For Best Selection of t6 Wristlet and Pocket WATCHES ￼ ￼ AT LOWEST PRICES, Go to E,.M. ii]Ci EDHADI (LATE L. BEHA AND CO.), 28, Dunraven Place, BRIDGEND, And 12a, Station Road, Port Talbot. THE NOTED SHOP FOR IfF Wedding, Keeper and Engagement Rings. tW This Concerns YOU T I The Alarming Increase in the Family Expenditure compels all to Economise as much as possible. Therefore it follows that when requiring Clothing, Boots, &c., you should know of the Great Benefit to be derived by purchasing Suits, Overcoats, Hats, Caps, Hosiery, Shirts, &c., at MYERS BERSOVITCH, Ladies' Costumier, Gents' Outfitter & General Draper Molten Street, Bridgend, THE NOTED MOUSE FOR BOOTS AND SHOES. Once a Customer, Always a Customer. Wholesale and Ratals Travellers Supplied. THE O BjTJSM Shop. "ill" STILL AT THE FRONT Study our Window Show, we know the ) rices are Right. Wrist Watches from 10/0 up. Gold Brooohes from 8/fl to BO/ Expanding Bangle Watches, 30/- to mi-. Gold Set Pendants, Old to 100/ Gold Lockets, 5/- to 40/ 18ct. Gem Rings, 21/- to an, Gold Bangles, 106 to JB6 10S. Hall Marked Silver Hairbrushes from 5/ Gold Ear-rings, 2/0 to 301-. Hall Marked Silver Mirrora, from 11'- „ Photo Framee from B/- „ Matchboxes tNm 1/. „ Cigarette CMee from 10/- u Cigarette Holders from 1 A Large Assortment of Silver and Rolled Gold Novelties, Electro Plate London Made Ebony and Leather Good< 22ct. Wedding Rings all Sold by Weight. PRIVATE ROOM FOR FITTING. HANDSOME PRESENTS GIVEN. Gilbert Williams Jeweller arid Optician, BRIDGEND, (NEXT DOOR TO LIBRARY). Head J O&C?, HOYALEXCHA??G? ￼ LONDO. Governor t;:m IN, Neville Lubbock, E.C.M.G. ??.?aM tnwrpor?ted A.B., ?7M ROYAL EXCHANGE ASSURANCE CORPORATION. Fire, Life, Sea, Accidents, Burglary, Annuities, Employer's Liability, Fidelity Guarantees. The Fire Polices of the Corporation extend to every low or damag* by LigMmiag, wiw- their the property Insured to be set on Fire thereby or not. Fanners' Liability under the Workmen's Compensation A.8t eorered at equit"k raia. The Corporation is prepared to act as TRUSTEE and EXECUTOR. Apply for full particulars ol all elaases of Insurance to Mr. D. J. fiWYW, MetrepoHtft Basic, Bridgend.- Messrs. GWYN and GWYJI, Oewktdp The Oldest Brewery in the District,, (Established over a Century). R. H. STILES, The Brewery, Bridgend. Wholesale Wine and Spirit Merchant, Maltster and Mineral Water Manufacturer, begs to announce to his numerous Customers and the Publio generally, that he has a Fine Seleotion of WINES AND SPIRITS Also has prepared a Special Quality of STRONG AND MILD ALES &G1NT FOR ALLSOPP'S MILD AND BITTER ALES, HOGSHEADS. BARRET* AND KILNS ALWAYS IN STOCK. WHISKEYS: Buchanan's, Black and Whito; also Red Seal" Dewar's and Thompson'* Irish. Also all other noted Brands kept in atook BASS'S PALE ALES AND GUINESSS EXTRA STOUT KEPT IN SOTTLES. HENNESSY'S BRANDY *L-dwd <* i I" ALWAYS IN CRORK 4^.0. E Evans & Go. (B8SHD) 00 Limited IRONMONGERS, HARVESTING MACHINE IMPLEMENT AGENTS. Dunraven Place, Caroline, Adare & Union Streetr I B^,DGEND- ^7^ AGENTS FOR ALL THE LEADING MAKERS IN IMPLEMENTS, ETC., HAVB I VIEW THE FOLLOWING MACHINES AT LOWEST PRICES, AND INVTT1 If INSPEurION t??? ￼ ??i ?? Two Horse Admira!" Mowers (4ft. 6in. cut).-The best ridge and furrow and t*MM< ?\ tJ'?????'???_l?f'?-i pirpoM mower on the market. Reaping attachments can be supplied for all Walim 1, ￼ m&chine that will pick up ?nd MfW Steel Hay Tedders.—The strongest made. The only machine that will pick up tare » \j A If /A II1I 1 J 1J 1I 1 J MJ J I J1}1}1} 11\ ti IIjI INlly IL M hay beaten into stubble in a wet eeaeon. Can be worked by a pony and I&d. jjfflj// Steel Hay Rakes.-In 4 raking widths: 6ft. 6in., 8ft., 9ft., and 10ft., fitted with 14s" diameter teetb. New Century" Harvesters and Binders.—Can be supplied in four sizes: 4ft., 1ft., Olk, ——. and 7ft. The 6ft. we can supply in right-hand cut. Martin's Swath Turners, Right or Left-hand Side Delivery Rakes, Light Reapara, U 11 Grinders, Weeder and Charlock Destroyer Etc. A Y jP'' ALL WEARING PARTS. BINDER TWINE. [ Call and see our Show, or send for our | SSaBNN? New Season's Catalogue. Stokes & Co.'s FIRST GREAT SHOW OF I Bog's Men's Overcoats RAINCOATS & WINTER CLOTHING, jOr 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 PR(CES, before the Great Advance, All Fashionable Goods. Worth from 30 to 40 per cent. more to-day. Don't miss these I Monmouth House, BR IDG END ENGLISH CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH, BRIDGEND Repeat Perfcripapce of Haydp's 'CREATION,