Collection Title: Glamorgan Gazette
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Sessions & Sons, Ltd. FOR ALL Building Materials and Fittings. CEMENT, SLATES, SAND, 4JBIMNEY PIECES. GRATES, RANGES, BATHS, SANITARY GOODS. Penarth Road, Cardiff Write for Lists and Prices. talegrams: Sessions, Cardiff. 'Phone 2560 (3 lira).
DAVIES' Chest Relievers. The Rock Shop, Caroline Street, Bridgend m The old is past, the new is come And still my goods are Number One, Of long Renown my Chest Relievers, Relief for colds but not for fevers.
ALL ENGLISH MADE. < 4J+. + For WEDDING, KEEPER and ENGAGEMENT RINGS, GO TO E. M. Needham's (LATE L. BEHA and CO.), Dunraven Place, BRIDGEND, and 12a, Station Road, PORT TALBOT. PRIVATE ROOM. ——— — ——— USEFUL PRESENTS GIVEN. T3RIDGEND SCHOOL FOR GIRLS, NEW CASTLE HILL. (Established 1835). Principals The Misses LEACH Drawing and Painting: Miss JESSIE LEACH (Certificated South Kensington) PIANOFORTE. SPECIAL CLASS FOR PAJNTING AND DRAWING ON SATURDAYS. SCHOOL RE-OPENS (D.V.) APRIL 19th, 1915. Mdme.M.aambiook-Jones CONTRALTO. Double Winner Royal National Eistedd- fodau. 1902-3. Gold Medalist, Bristol, 1903. Cardiff Triennial Festival, 1904. Also Winner of Contralto Solo, Royal Albert flBll, London, 1905. Accepts Engagements for Oratorio, Con- certs and Recitals, also receives Pupils for Voice production and Singing. 15, Grove Road, 5653 Bridgend. Mr. GOMER JONES p4yll of Mr. Henry Holmes (late Principal pTafaaaor cf Violin, Royal College of Music, London). Llcantiate College of Violinists, London. o trader of Orchestra at Treorchy Musical festival Christmas and Boxing Days the past 14 Years. Teacher of:—Violin, Viola, 'Cello, Doable ffaee Mandoline, Theory and Harmony. Swently L. N. Fowles, Esq., Mus. Doc. (Pro. twocr and Examiner of London College and College of Violinists), writes:— The high stasdard of your Pupils' playing gives me great satisfaction." Ow 200 Examination Successes, including JHflomaB of Aasociates and Licentiates College .1 Violinists, Associates London College. Asso- alalea Trinity College. Valleys Visited. For terms, etc., tppiyi CtINFAN. COITY FIELDS, BRIDGEND. MR. W. LEYSHON, PROFESSOR OF MUSIÇ. ORGANIST, CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH Subjects Taught: PIANO. ORGAN, HARMONIUM, SINGING and THEORY (Staff and Solfa Notation). Visits Ogmore Vale on Mondays; Evans's Popular Boot Stores, Aberkenfig, on Fridays. Eisteddfod and Concert Engagements Accepted. x_ farms on Application to— "ROCKLEA," 9, ACLAND ROAD, BRIDGEND. MISS B. JEANES, A.L.CM., Certificated Royal Academy and Royal College of Music (Advanced). MUSIC TEACHER. PIANOFORTE & THEORY at own or Pupil's Residence. Pupils Prepared for Examination. Accepts Engagements for Concerts and Eisteddfodau. ftantymoel, Ogmore Vale, Pencoed, Bridgend, Garw Valley, and Gilfach Goch visited weekly. For Terms apply to- 70 BRYN ROAD, TONDU. 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., London. tlOl-IN, PIANO, HARMONIUM. SINGING. HARMONY. PORTHCAWL VISITED WEEKLY. apply on buturdayil at- < Meeers. THOMPSON & SHACKELL, BRIDGEND. Addrese-15 Westbourne Crescent. Cardiff. Miss Eva M. Laurence, (Advanced Certificates R.A.M. and R.C.M.. and Trinity College .London). egacher off tha Pianoforte. Irerms on application ta- Wyndham House, Bridgend; Or MEefS. Thompson & Shaekell, Ltd., 1 Wyndham Street, Bridgend. Ilale L.d. P. E. GANE apnell & Gane), For the Complete Furnishing of THE HOME with Economy & Taste FURNITURE AND CARPETS. PAINTING AND DECORATING IN ALL ITS BRANCHES. Large and up-to-date Stqck of BEDROOM SUITES always on hand in the prevailing styles. SMART & COMFORTABLE UPHOLSTERY WORK AT MODERATE PRICES. LOOSE COVERS A SPECIALITY. 38 & 41, QUEEN STREET, CARDIFF. TELE: 403. ■■ »■!» "U mi |nihW 1 r (i HBllfU'i sfe> UHlSMnKXESBSXBIHBBBnir ESTABLISHED 1877. EAGLE IMPLEMENT STORES, COWBRIDGE and LLANTWIT MAJOR. 0 SEASON 1915. ggr To Farmers and others *S| KINDLY REMEMBER OLD FRIENDS. E. JOHN & SON, are Sole Agents of Cowbridge and District for all^he: Well-known I British Implement and Machinery Manufacturers Messrs. Hornsby and Sons, Ltd., Grantham well-known Mowers and Binders Harrison McGregor and Co., Ltd., Leigh, Lancashire, who have a world reputation for their Mowers, Binders and other Machinery. Bamford's Mowers, Horse Rakes, and Haymakers, also their new Side Delivery Rake, Swath Turner and Tedder, the best made Machine in the Market, light in draught. A Months free Trial given. Blackstone, of Stamford, Royal Society First Prize Haymakers, Swath Turners, and Horse Rakes. NEW MACHINE—Calwell's Patent Hay Collector and Sweep. ENCOURAGE HOME INDVSTRIES. A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF WEARING PARTS. EARLY ORDERS SOLICITED. ALL MARKETS ATTENDED. Be Patriotic T Keep your money on the move by spending wisely with our Advertisers I 4 Telephone No. 69, L E C T A R N C P L 0 I W G A E H R T N We always hav a large stock of A> Oaram Lamps, suitable Voltage and II > 'Y/k'« Standard Cndle-power to suit the dis- Nlc:' >f/\ j:t If /¡!,J¡ trict, and will supply at List Prices. No -(0-' [' X, f'; /c- .1, charge for fitting new Lampø or attend- E 1 I".t-t\ ace upon customers to instrue- :x-il bone for the 6upply of øame. NEW SUMMER STYLES — AT — STUCHBERY'S With the GREATEST CARE as to Quality, Style and Price, we have succeeded in procuring a well assorted Stock of SUMMER GOODS, and would consider an opportunity of showing them, a pleasure to ourselves and a duty to any Lady who favours us with a visit. THE BEST ADVICE WE CAN GiVE is to Buy Early, as many of the Smart and Strictly Moderate priced Garments we are showing cannot be repeated later. IF YOU REQUIRE A Smart Tailor-made | Costume, or one of the New Silk Knitted Sports Coats, a Rain Coat, Dainty Millinery, a New Blouse, Neckwear, Gloves or Hosiery! We can help you to make a favourable selection from Goods of High Quality -t s, and at MODERATE PRICES. C. STUCHBERY, Emlyn House, CAROLINE STREET, BRIDGEND. b eI ￼ ? /?\? <* ??"—*?*?? ￼ ￼ ￼ ????\ ￼ /??;???\ ( ￼ ￼ ￼ ( 'i' if. fU(%7 XJ1u) t ￼ A'J ￼ 11 ;;t- L. ???ST ? The Orig?a! VELVAMINTB \————————————————— ? To Eat Sweets with False Teeth is ? a trouble, you know. Not so with ? 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