Collection Title: Cambrian news and Merionethshire standard
Institution: The National Library of Wales
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LET SANATOGEN LEAD YOU TO HEALTH
LET SANATOGEN LEAD YOU TO HEALTH. Get the Genuine, Original Sanatogen. Now Absolutely British. ——— After a few weeks' regular use of Sanatogen, you will realise that you are, in very truth, on the road to Health. Take the first step now. Try Sanatogen! And see how it will lead you, day by day, to better health-to stronger, calmer nerves—to greater efficiency and enjoyment of life. For Sanatogen, as Sir Gilbert Parker, M.P., writes, "Is a true tonic- food, feeding the nerves, increasing the energy, and giving fresh vigour to the overworked body and mind Determine to take Sanatogen regularly. Your health will benefit-it cannot fail to, if you persevere with Sanatogen. Test its effects on your Nerves, etc. On first taking Sanatogen, you may notice nothing save a fleeting sensa- tion of gastric well-being. But soon you will experience—some experience it almost at once-that feeling of vigour and freshness which only Sanatogen gives. And as you continue, the signs of improvement-milestones on the road to health !—become unmistakeable. Fatigue and weakness grow less every day. Appetite and digestion steadily improve. A good night's re-t becomes the rule, instead of the exception. Lost weight is recovered. The flesh becomes firmer and ol healthier hue. The eyes are clearer and brighter. You look and feel a new man-and you are, not only physically, but mentally, psychically—so subtle are the changes wrought by bodily health, and especially the health of the nervous system. "Will weakness," for example-that curious reluctance to exert oneself, to begin any task, to act with decision and promptitude—will be completely overcome. So will fear, worry, irritability, failure to concentrate the mind, and the habit of brooding despondently over trifles. Instead, there will be a distinct gain in activity, energy, and cheerful- ness. You will tackle the day's work with a swing and a relish. And you will experience once more that sense of physical and mental well-being which is so essenl;al to happiness and success in life. Start Using Sanatogen To-day. ') A dose of Sanatogen costs you about 2d.-less than you pay for a cup of tea or coffee in a restaurant. In addition to its health-giving, nerve- strengthening properties, it has wonderful nourishing powers, and also enables your digestive organs to extract the maximum nutriment from ordinary foodstuffs.. When taking it, therefore, you can reduce your ordinary meals and yet be better nourished hence its use is1 actually economical in these times, when food is so dear and physical fitness so essential to everyone. Buy a Tin at your chemist's to-day. (The retail prices—is. gd. to 9s. 6d.—have not been raised, despite a heavy increase in the cost of the ingredients). But be sure you get the genuine original Sanatogen, as pur- chased from the Board of Trade by a British Syndicate. See that the tin is labelled "Manufactured at our Works at Penzance, Cornwall:" any tin not so labelled is spurious. As there are so many worthless imitations of Sanatogen on the market, we shall later on re-name the preparation and advertise the new name so widely that you will at once be able to identify it as that of the only genuine original Sanatogen. Meanwhile, look for the Penpnce label, and refuse all substitutes.
lip attb Jomn the Coast
lip attb ,!Jomn the Coast. [Selectodj OBSERVATIONS. One of the hardest things I have found in my life has been to accept other people's ¡ ■'il-considered estimates and judgments of I me without explanation or remonstrance, as other people have to accept niy estimates an judgments. .There is something fugitive—fleeting— temporary about ail pain and sorrow. It is difficult to feel keen regret for the afflic- tions of those who lived thousands of years ago. I am not going to cease to marvel at the sun and the moon and the stars and the tides and the rain because I am familiar with them. They are just as wonderful to me now as they were at first and they will always be wonderful to me. The test of a. man's humility is not that he does not try to seize the advantages which come to others, but that he does not take those which come to himself. It is not until children become parents that they realise how very little they gave of that love which they themselves crave and think to be their due. SILENT. You bear in silence what you have to bear, Sorro-v or shame, Hatred or blame, Neglect or scorn, Self-made, hell-born, And try to seem as if you did not care. But you do care in the still depths soul- deep, Although you may profoundest silence keep, While those about you call you Kard and cold, And slow years pass and you grow grey and old You have your secret chambers where are thronged Idols of youth, Fragments of sooth, Things done or said, Loves that are dead- Jetsam of life time has righted or wronged. These are your own, be they joyous or sad, Yours-all that 's left of all that you had. I know! We all have a chamber like yours, Where only comes in the strong who endures The Coast. J.G.
ABERYSTWYTH. WELSH HOMESPUNS. Miss Wil- liams, Glascoed, Penparke., announces by adverisement that she is prepared to send gratis patterns of Welsh homespuns to a London dressmaker anxious to stock them. THE WELSH WHIP. According to the Parliamentary correspondent of one of the daily newspapers, it is at present doubtful whether there is to be a Welsh Whip. Mr. J. Hugh Edwards he adds, may be offered the position as it is no secret that Mr. Edwards was in the running for one of the higher posts. V.T.C.-The drills are suspended until Tuesd-ay. the 2nd of January, at 7.30 p.m., when it is hoped every effort will be made by the present members to attend; also an urgent appeal is made to all men in the town able to bear arms to join with a view of raising the proposed Battalion in the county at an early date. SUCCESS. At the examination for degrees at the University of London, Mr. W. Ernest Davies, B.A. succeeded in ob- taining honours in the B.Sc examination (analytical and descriptive economics). Mr Davies, who is to be congratulated on taking two London degrees in two years, is the son-in-law of Mrs. Capt. Richards, Heathfield, Llanbadarn-road. REOHABITES.-His Worship the Mayor (Alderman C. M. Williams) presided over a meeting at the Welsh Congregational Schoolroom on Friday evening when an address on the work of the Juvenile Tents was given by Mr. D. J. Davies, Llanelly. An interesting discussion fol- lowed the address and it was decided to appoint the following gentlemen—Alder- man Daniel Thomas, Councillor J. Barclay Jenkins, and Mr. J. Paith Morgan-who will constitute a committee to organise juvenile tents in the locality. A meeting of aU Band of HODe workers will be con- vened shortlv to discuss the matter. COUNTY SCHOOL. On Friday a social was held at the County School, which was thoroughly enjoyed. The feature of the evening was the zest with which boys, girls, student teachers and staff entered into the games. The topicals, which were few in number, were sung by Sinnett Jones. One of them exhorted pupils to join the War Savings Associa- tion and so turn 15s. 6d. into a "quid." A most enjoyable evening was brought to a conclusion by the singing of Auld Lang Sync" and the National Anthems, and by a hearty cheer for the Headmaster whose illness prevented him from joining. WAlf SERVICE. At the meeting of the Aberystwyth War Service Committee, Alderman C M. Williams (mayor) pre- siding, it was decided to grant 215 to Sur- gical Requisites Association for making of bandages and a grant of £ 40 was made to the Local Comforts Sub-Committee ef, the War Service Committee to provide wool for the making of woollen comforts for the troops. In response to an urgent ap- peal made by the Director General of the Voluntary Organizations the Aber- ystwyth War Service Oommittee is organ- ¡sinq a farm produce and pantry sale to be held early in the new year. B.P. SCOUTS.—At the concert given by the Aberystwyth Troop a few days ago the following w
PERSONAL. His many friends will be interested to hear that Mr. Dewi Griffiths a member of the Cambrian News" staff, now with the colours, has passed his examinations of the Cambrian News" staff, now with the colours, has passed his examinations for hospital work and is now on duty in the South of England. Captain David James. Llanbadarn-roaa, has been unwell. His many friends will wish for him a speedy recovery.
Forthcoming Events. Literary and Musical Anniversary, Tabernacle, Portmadoc, December 25th. Cantata at Shiloh Schoolroom Y Deyrnas a'r Brenin," Christmas Night. Performance of "Samson," Rheidol United Choir, Parish Hall, on Boxing Day. Aberystwyth County School Re-union, Boxing Day. Cardiganshire Quarter Sessions ham. peter, January 4tli peter, Janwary 4th.
COLISEUM. MONDAY, DECEMBER 25th, 1916, And during week Mr; Arthur Williams presents THE Passing Fancies The London Costume Concert Co., in their Sparkling and interesting Yaudeville Entertainmenr. Novelty, Talent, Originality, Versatilitv and Refinement making it an Ideal Family Entertainment. Doors open at 6 30. Commence at 7. Prices-2s. 2d., 19. 8dj, Is. 2d. and Gal!ery,7d 795 '!I'I!IImnDy. -.rill 11I"IIIr' U M.Il1IP'dP.1Ja. ROBERTS' TABLE ALE 1 j per Imperial Pint. I Supplied in Sere w-Stopptrad Bottle A wholesome Ale, strongly recommended for tamilv use. BOTTLED BY Dd ROBERTS & SONS, Ltd. BREWERS, .j ABERYSTWYTH t; ct 11 XMAS SHOPPING 6uy Useful and Tleasing PRESENTS AT ELLIS'S. Where you will have DISTINCTIVE STYLES IN BLOUSES. GOOD VALUE IN GOLF OOATS, FASHIONABLE NECKWEAR, STYLISH SCARVES, CHILDREN'S PINAFORES & FROCKS, Thomas Ellis & Co Terrace Road, Aberystwyth. PHONE 61. Why not footwear for Useful Christfr Presents ? — THEY FIT THEY THE PLEASE FOOT. THE EYE — AND SUIT THE POCKET. Come and test our claim, that we have the finest selection of reliable FOOTWEAR for present Season, obtainable in any Shoe Stores. Our business has grown on the reputation our Goods have earned. We are pro- gressing, and offering the MOST OF THE BEST AND BEST OF MOST Footwear now made. Repairs on the Premises FOOT TROUBLES OUR SPECIALITY. SCIENTIFIC METHODS. Anyone suffering from any foot troubles would be well advised to call at D. WILLIAMS, Foot Specialist, eambria Shoe Store: 5, North Parade, Aberystwytlt. There they will be sure of obtaining every courtesy and attention Chiropodist and Official Agent for Scholl Foot Appliances. Special Display of Winter Footwear. Inspection invited.
WAR BADGES AND CERTIFICATES
WAR BADGES AND CERTIFICATES. On Wednesday morning a Proclamation was posted announcing that war badges and certificates issued to unskilled and semi- skilled men are cancelled and to be sur- rendered to the employers. Tribunals also are advised that certificates of exemption granted by them to holders of such badges and certificates tare no longer valid. Printed by the proprietors, Cambrian News," Aberyl Ltd., and Published by in Terrace-road, Aberystwytb, County of Cardigan; at Ll. E< Stationer, High-street, Bala; an Evans and nephew, stationer, mor House, Barmouth, in the of Merioneth; and at David Portmadoc, in the County of Car Friday, December 22nd. 1916