Collection Title: Glamorgan Gazette
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Sessions & Sons, Ltd. FOR ALL Building Materials and Fittings. CEMENT, SLATES, 8-AND. CHIMNEY PIECES. GRATES, KANGEt BATHS, SANITARY GG-4^ Penartb Road, Cardiff Write for Lists and Prices. 2810granis: Sessions, Cardiff. 'Phone 2660 (8 lines).
DAVIES' Chest Relievers. ———— ———— rhe Rock Shop, Caroline Street, Bridgend The old is past. the new is oome And still my goods are Number Of long Renown my Chest Reliever*, Relief for cokis but not for fevem.
BRIDGEND SCHOOL FOR GIRLS. NEW- CASTLE HILL. (Established 1835). Principals The Misses LEACH Pnnopats Drawing and Painting. Miss JESSIE LEACH (Certificated South Kensington) PIANOFORTE. SPECIAL CLASS FOR PAINTING AND DRAWING ON SATURDAYS SCHOOL RE-OPENS (D.V.) SEPT. 8th, 1915. Mdme.M. sambrooMoees CONTRALTO. Double Winner Royal National Eistedd- fodau, 1902-3. Gold Medalist, Bristol, 1903. Cardiff Triennial Festival, 1904. Also Winner of Contralto Solo, Royal Albert Hallj London, 1905. Accepts Engagements for Oratorio, Con- certs and Recitals, also receives Pupils for Voice production and Singing. 15, Crove Road, 5653 BRIDGEND. Mr. GOMER JONES ffwtl of Mr. Henry Holmes (late Principal tfrafeaioz of Yiolin, Rolyal College of Music, London). Ueentiate College of Violinists, London i-oodor of Orchestra at Trecrchy MnsiiiAl j flHtivc.1 Christmas and Boxing Days the past H Y ears. Talcher of:—Violin, Viola, 'Cellt UG, Mandoline, Theory and Harmony. Recently L. N. Fowles, Esq., Mus. Doc. (Pro. cter and Examiner of London College and £ *llf/fe of Violinists), writes" The high cfcandard of your Pupils' playing sjivn* me r'r"A,t «att*f action." Ovei 200 Examiziatioo Successes, including diplomas o! Associates and Licentiate" Collet rt Violinists, Associates London Colitis Assr jefiakw Trinity College. Valleys Visited. Fur terms, etc., £ .ppi;t -CEINF'AN. COTTY FIELDS, BRlPftFVT' MISS B. JEANES, A.L.CM., Certificated Royal Academy and Royal College of Music (Advanced).. MUSIC TEACHER. PIANOFORTE & THEORY at own or Pupil's Beaidence. Pupils Prepared for Examination. Accepts Engagements for Concerts and Eisteddfodau. antvmool, Ogmcre Vale, Peneclect, Bridgend, Garw Valley, and Gilfach Goch visited weekly. Sot Teres apply to- 20 BRYN ROAD, TONDU. -n__ 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 5 Local Examiner for R.C.M., London 111)1-IN, PIANO, HARMONIUM, SINGING, HARMONI fSOHTHCAWL VISITED WEEKLY '-P!1 on bnturdays Messrs. THOMPSON & SHACKELL. BRIDGEND. 'Address—15 Westbourne Crescent, Cardifl. Miss Eva M. Laurence, (Advancer Certificates R.A.M. and R.C.M.. and Trinity College .London;, Q eacher of the Pianoforte. (irmt OIl application to- Wyndnam House, Bridgenri; Or Messrs. Thompson & Shackell, Ltd., Ht4 1 Wyndham Street. Bridged Preparatory School for Boys 20 JOHN STREET, PORTHCAWL. Sound general education, preparation for com- mercial, professional and ali ordinary exams. CLOSE IN-DIVIDUAL ATTENTION. Next Term begins Tuesday, September 14th, 1915. Particulars from Master: Mr. H. J. PERKINS, "Elmwood," Ewenny Road, Bridgend. 5938 RHYL SCHOOL, pORTHOAWL. BOARDING AND DAY SCHOOL FOR GIRLS Excellent Homes and Education. Moderate Fees. Best Position. Every Care taken of Delicate and Backward Pupils. HONOURS & SUCCESSES IN ALL GRADES OF CAMBRIDGE LOCALS, R.A.M. & R.C.M. LOCAL CENTRKAND SCHOOL. -DIPLOMA OF A.L.C.M. and R.D.S. Particulars apply- Principal MISS HOWELLS. WADDINGTON and SONS, LTD., Station Road, (Opposite the County Schools), PORT TALBOT. The following are Bargain offered for This -Week Only:- Reduced from £ 135 to £95, 65/88 Note Auto- piano, by Kastner, only shop soiled. Reduced from .£115 to < £ 80,. 65 Note Sterm Player-Piano. Another 65 Note InterPor Player-Piano, reduced from < £ 75 to tGO. All these instruments are warranted to be only shop soiled. In first-class order and fully guaranteed. Can be had on terms. Other in- struments taken in part payment. Full particulars on application from WADDINGTON & SONS, LTD., TALBOT. STATION ROAD, PORT TAMOT. CHAS, JENKJNS & SON, BRIDGEND. Castings of all descriptions In Iron and Brass 4Q IMPORTANT TO AIOTIIEPS.-Every Mother — Who values the Health and Cleanliness of her Child should use Harrison's "Reliable" Nursery Pomade. One application kills all Kite and Vermin, beautifies and strengthens the hair. In Tins, Ilcl. 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- Ig. T. C. Jones; Nautymoel, n. Martyn Hughes, 74 (jgwy Street; Maesteg, G. 1. Williams, Garnlwyd, Rhys D. Mor- fan Alfred Griffiths; Caerau, Gwilym H. RoweUB: Ogmore Vale, T. Llewellyn; Pontv- ?nmM, J. H. Hopkms! 72 Oxford Street; PorthcawL Duck, Chemist; Abergwynfi, Idwal James, Jersey Road; Neath, D. Thomas, 75 Lon- don Road (all Chemists)*. ^gsaSBSfefr. 'lVristlet W?tcMs iN GOLD AND SILVER at LOWEST PRI(C-F,S,. I ..Splortctid Assortment at E. M NEEDHAM'S (LATE L. BEHA and CO.), WATCH-MAKER apd JEWELLER, lunraven Place, BRIDGEND, and 12a Station Road, PORT TALBOT, I -="<7" -ó THE NOTED SHOP FOR Wedding, Keeper & Engagement Rings USEFUL PRESENTS GIVEN WITH EACH WEDDING RING. SPECTACLES FITTED TO SUIT ALL SIGHTS. u GREAT BARGAIN SALE NOW PROCEEDING at MYERS BERSOVITCHOSR I DRAPERY, COSTUMES, SUITS, BOOTS, etc. IMMENSE REOUCTTXONS. NOLTON STREET, BRIDGEND. LEV I_T THE TAILOR FOR YOUR NEXT SUIT. T??J'?g2? WIBf AV?A?I?? A ??? MARKET BUILDINGS, BRIDGEND. .-¡. ———— 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 Public generally, that he has a Fine Selection of WINES AND SPIRITS Also has prepared a Special Quality of STRONG AND lVIILD ALES AGENT FOR ALLSOPP'S MILD AND BITTER ALES, HOGSHEADS, BARRELS, AND KILNS ALWAYS IN STOCK. WHISKEYS: Buchanan's, Black and White; also Red Seal, Dewar's and Thompson's Irish. Also—all other noted Brands kept in stock. BASS'S PALE ALES AND GUINESS'S EXTRA STOUT KEPT IN BOTTLES. HENNESSY'S BRANDY The Standard of Excellence throughout ALWAYS IN STOCK. the Worm. v Chas; Jenkins & Son TIMBER MERCHANTS, STEAM SAW MILLS, AND JOINERY WORKS. Ground-Aberthaw Lime in Bags. Also Ground Mortar always in Stock. ESTIMATES GIVEN FOR ALL KINDS OF" JOINERY ^VORK Iron and Brass Castings of all Descriptions. Head ? ￼ ? Office, ROYAL EXCHANGE, LONDON. GQvernor-. t"f¡1' Sir Neville Lubbock, K.C.M.G. <.?-?E M ? Incorporated A.D., 1789 ROYAL EXCHANGE ASSURANCE CORPORATION. Fire, Life, Sea, Accidents, Burglary, Annuities, Employer's Liability, Fidelity Guarantees. The Fire Pojioes of the Corporation extend to every loss or damage by Lightning, whe- ther the property Insured to be set on Fire thereby or not. Farmers' Liability under the Workmen's Compensation Act covered at equitable rate. The Corporation is prepared to a-et as TRUSTEE and EXECUTOR. Apply for full particulars of all classes of Insurance to Mr. D. J. GWYN, Metropolitan Bank, Bridgend.- Messrs. GWYN and GWYN, Cowbridge. i POSTERS Try the Gazette Offices. Telephone No. 69. j E G T Wê always 11<° tl ) large stock of I Ö- "L"mn8 'utable Voltage and :1 am of 't th dis-. Standard Candle-p. ,° 5U:lt fie d i,, 8- hict, and will supply at List Pri e charge for fitting new Lamps or attend- ance upon customers to receive iiastruc- r tions for the supply of same. • ■ TO LET ? ￼ ??'" .'7 '———— TO LET AT ■ v AT PEflGAM GARDEN village RHYMNEY VALLEY. tSfer^f The Largest Scheme of its kind in Wales Blijli/1 jssss }M A Limited Number • 4r^TT| WORKMEN'S HOUSES ———-???? ￼ ￼ r ￼ ￼ ALL SEMI-DETACHED. Fitted with Hot and Cold Baths, Gas and all modern conveniences. Large Gardens, Ideal situation. Healthiest spot in South Wales. Convenient for Trains from BLACKWOOD or PENGAM. AMPLE EMPLOYMENT OBTAINABLE In up-to-date Collieries close by. Houses may be purchased if desired. NEW SCHOOL JUST COMPLETED. SHOPS. A few New Shops also to be Let or Sold, excellent Business Centre. Apply to Mr. JOS. EDWARDS, Britannia Villa, Pengam, or to Messrs. Welsh Garden Cities, Ltd., 3, Dumfries Place, Cardiff. 5954 TO MOTORISTS 1915 FORD 5-seater, Electric Light, all complete £ 125 Two 3t H.P. NEW HUDSON'S, Counter Shaft Gear, £ 63 21- H.P. LEVIS &36 4 H.P. PREMIER, 2 Speed £ 42 2 L.M. C. 2 Speed £25 I9I4 FORD 5- eater £ 58Q 10s, OSCAR CHESS, Konfig Hill. 5909 '?\ ? /?'\? ,,4. os. 1\' /1'0;\ Jr, ,I r: ."T' t \Jiw j- ￼ The Or!g?a! VELVAM)MT? ￼ The Original VELVA8WIWT& To Eat Sweets with False Teeth is ? a trouble, you know. Not so with ? Velvamints,they re so lovely to chew ?* ? 2 ozs, a 1. ? ? —————— ￼ *G <3 E !3sY:?s ■' ? RiversideWorks, B ? BRIDGEND. ? ? «ars» "• V \|/ F. T. MOSSFORD & Co., Ltd!i Monumental Masons, Derwen Rd., Bridgend. j ALSO AT FAIROAK ROAD, CARDIFF, TYNEWYDD RD., BARRY. AND RISCA ROAD, NEWPORT. Prices & Designs sent on request. 6419 HARRISON'S NURSERY & TOILET gOAP is purest soap, medicated with refined Coai Tar. THE IDEAL SOAP FOR NURSERY, TOILET, BATH and SHAVING-antiseptic and soothing-contains no colouring matter or strong perfume. The FINEST BEAUTY AND COMPLEXION SOAP. Price 4d. Tablet, Is. per box. Sold by Chemists. Harrison, Chemist, Reading. Agents Bridgend John Jones, Chemist, Caroline Street. Caerau: G. H. Howell, Chemist. Maesteg: A. Griffiths, Chemist. T. D. SCHOFIELD Bill-Poster and De- liveries for Town and Country rents all the principal hoardings in Bridgend. Work executed with despatch.-Addrem, Near the New Bridge. Bridgend. Up-to-date Appliances tor turning out every claw of work at competitive prices, at the Glamorgan Gesette Printing Work*. m_- D. E. EVANS & Co., IRONMONGERS, HARVESTING MACHINE IMPLEMENT AGENTS, P p w Dunraven Place, Caroline, Adare & Union Streets ¥ 3r»ictgertd. Agents for all the leading makers in Imple- ments, etc, have on view the following machines at lowest price5, and invite an inspection. -?- j Two-Horse « Adm!?!? ?. "De rs (4ft. 6in. -tk. ?t rid?c ?? ? furrowed general purpose m?E-on the market. Reaping ????? /?r? ? attachments can be supplied for all Walter A. Wo?d? mowers. S\ \f/ a l tef,A. 81,10od'g mowers. steel H?y Tedda?.-The strongest made. The only machine A A\\ U))))) U)fulJlMyy that will pick up and save hay beaten into stubble in a wet season. ?? f\ \??/???? H? ? "? ? ?? w?ork? ed by a pony and lad. I StBBl Hay Rakss-In 4 raking widths: 6ft. 6in., 8ft., 9ft. and iOft., fitted with i-inch diameter teeth. —< Mew Century" Harvesters and Blnders.-Can be supplied a' in four sizes 4ft., 5ft., 6ft. and 7ft. The 5ft. we can supply in right > hand cut. Martin's Swath Turners, Right or Left-hand « Side Delivery Rakes; Light Reapers, Grinders. Weeder and Charlock destroyer, etc, All wearing parts. Binder-Twine. Call and see our show, or send for our new Season's Catalogue. ￼ ■ i, ? <«- I ? YyEeAaR r OiDn T DbDilIl TI IloCU H oUT AND ? YEAR o? Dnt! ?n | ovi The HALL MARK of RELIABILITY ? ? — ? We believe we cap please you apd claim to ? $ive the same security as Customers 4et ? from our Si4bt Testiv4. ? i I OUR experience in the Jewellery & Optical 5 Trade is as SOUND as our Nationality. • M SHALL WE BE OF SERVICE TO YOU. GILBER WILLIAMS, (Next Door to Library.) JEM?FLJLE? BMD???D. :i ? t —————————— — ? NOTICE, W. M. DONNE, • PORTHCAWL. Begs to inform the Public that he has just purchased A New & Up-to-date Hearse and is now prepared to Undertake FUNERAL ARRANGEMENTS. Distance no object. Lowest Possible Prices. He has also First-Class MOTOR CARS and CARRIAGES of all descriptions for Hire. MOTOR TOURS ARRANGED. at very Moderate Prices. NOTE THE ADDRESS— Fenton Place, Porthcawl. Telephone No. 22. ev Up-to-date Apphanoea for turning out every class of work at competitive pricea, at the Glamorgan Gazette Printing Works. „ « High Grade Footwear. T Boots & Shoes For Perfect Fit, Durability and Comfort. Quality And Price RIgh. -01 "Holdfast" Boots for Farmers and Miners. Every Pair Guaranteed. LEGGINGS OF ALL STYLES. Waterproof Goods-All Descriptions in Stock. Saddlery-30 Sets of Harness to choose from. Saddles, Bridles, and every descrip- tion of Leather Goods. Travelling Requisites—Trunks, Portmanteaux and Bags. Note the Address— N YORWERTH THOMAS, BRIDGEND. RATS, MICE. MOLES, COCKROACHES and BEETLES greedily eat Harrison's "Reli- able" Rat Poison. Cats and Dogs will not tonch it. Vermin dry up and leave no emell. Prioee. 6d.. Is., 28. Dd., 3a. 8d. Postage, 2d.— Prioee, 6HdA.. RRISON, Chemiet, Reading. Sold G. W. by Chemists. Agent for Bridgend, E. H. Griffith, Dunraven Place; Neath, C. Hutchins, 5 Queen Street; Aberkentg, MrR. S. Lewis; Nan- tymoel, H. Martyn Hughes, 74 Ogwy Street; Og- more Val T. Llewellyn; Pontycymmer, J. H. Hopkins e(a, ll Chemists). LEONARD RHYS, 14, Queen Street, Bridgend. TJ ndertaker, UPHOLSTERER, FRENCH POLISHER, # AND t CABINET MAKER. Old Furniture Repaired & Dflne-up. Personal attention at each — Funeral. — Furniture Removed & Stored r- GREY HAIR ————— restored to its original colour by raing It is not a dye, but acts naturally, is quite harmless. PRICE 116, "Postage 3d. G. W. Harrison, M.P.S. ^S^Betdliig. Agent for Bridgend, B. H. Griffith; Oa- more Vale, T. Llewellyn; Neath, J. G. ItMW, New Street^square; Maesteg, b. Griffiths, 4r Commercial-street, and High-ptreet, Nanty- fyllon; Nantymoel, H. M. Hughes, f4, Bttwy-atreet. All (.Iuuxdsta. I