Collection Title: Seren Cymru
Institution: The National Library of Wales
Rights: This resource is copyright of Baptist Union of Wales.
TO RESTORE THE EYESIGHT. < TO RESTORE THE HEARING. I A. New Scientific Discovery. I The greatest discovery of the age for the cure of eye affection of every kind and at all stages. Short Sight, Cataract, fatigued Eyes. Cross Eves Cloudy Vision. InSamed and Watery Eyes made clear and strong. Strained eyes caused by constant Concentration on fine work. such as Metal En- graving, Watch-making. Dress- making, become strong, and headaches disappear. Indispens- able to those whose d? ily occupations are under artincial I light. COLLIERS IN PARTICU- LAR. Loom workers constantly staring at vibrating nbres and colours of various hues. "Eye Exerciser (Patented in Great Britain) and on the Continent), invented by James Williams, 10 Beech-road, formerly 61, The Woodlands, Birkenhead. Those that are troubled with defective hearing and noise in the head will be wise in consult- ing Mr. Williams. In case of correspondence enclose stamped addressed envelope. CURE AT 82 YEARS OF AGE I Troedyrhiw, Corris, Merioneth, Jan. 2nd, l9to. I I have been suffering for many years from cataract on both eyes. I was unable to see anything with my one eye, and but next to nothing with the other. Accidentally I was told about the wonderful inven- tion of Mr. Williams, Birkenhead—the "Eye Exer- ciser." I bought one, and followed carefully the instructions for some time, with the result that I am now. at the advanced age of 82 years, able to read normal print with one eye without aid of classes, and can see a little with the other eye and I think it my duty to the;.putlic. as well as to my renowned bene- factor, to make these facts known and I advice any- one suffering similar to what I did to give the Eye I Exerciser a fair trial. Witness-Evan Davies, Be it known that Mrs Jones has been using the 'Eye Exerciser" for a considerable good time.—J.W. Twyn-y-Wenallt.GiIwern/nearAbergavenny. Jan. 28th, ?5 Dear Sir,—I am daily reminded of your wonderful discovery, the''Eye Exerciser." since I now can see and know people I could not before, being so extremely short-aighted, and was worried also with in- &ammation of the eyes that I could hardly beaf light, t I can now see to write my letters, which I have not been able for many years. Yours faithfully, Mrs. McCann, 35, Commercial-street, Aberbargoed. Dear Sir,—J ust a word of gratitude for the great benefit I have received by the use of the Eye Exerciser" and the faithful following of your in- structions. I was told by specialists that I would certainly have to discontmue working underground, which naturally caused me considerable mental worry. Having read testimonial of wonderful cures, I de- cided. as the last hope. to consult you, and you readily told me that my sight would be restored if vour instructions were carried out, I still work under- ground, and can read smalt print by aid of glasses. Yours sincerely, Albert Cowley. Feb. 3rd, 1915. TOUR FOR MAY AND JUNE, 1915 Consulting Hours—10 to 12 a.m., 2 to 10 p.m. June 1&,3, 40 High Street, Llanelly. ) 3 Jeremy's Hotel. Carmarthen, 4. Grosvenor Hotel, Whitland. 5' Railway Temperance Hotel. Haverfordwest. 8. (Morning) Adelphi Hotel. Cardigan. t), Cawdor Hotel. Newcastle-EmIyn. tC (Morning) Daviea's Hotel, Lampeter. lof(Afternoon) Gwalia Hotel, N. Parade, Aberystwyth 11, (Morning) Pantycelyn.Coris, H, (Afternoon) Bryn Llywelyn, Towyn. t2. Richmond Hotel. Barmouth.. 15. Station Private Hotel, Carnarvon. 16, Gwalia Hotel. Pwllheli. 17, Mona Hotel. Llangefni, 18 City Hotel, Bangor. 19. Mr Edwards, Talbot, Market Street. Holyhead. 21,CecilHotel,Llandudno. 22 Drury's Temperance Hotel, Denbigh. 23' Hare and Hounds Hotel. Connah's Quay. 24. Trevor's Hotel, Wrexham, 25. Deansgate Hotel. Manchester. 26, Swan Hotel, Bolton. CartMf Cyau? Y?we)- ??yr a LLUNDA!N. Mrs. Cordelia Edwards-Rees, "MEIRION. et Redc!:Se Rd. (oH Futham Rd.), Sonth Kensington. London, S.W. Trims trydaDol myDych o EnstoB a Paddington i Oraaf S. Kenaingtoni Hwylus lawn i bob cyteiriad. TBLBBAU RIZESYMOL. ? Rhai Uy? frau ???x? r??j? Cyhoeddedlg gan W. M. Evans a'i Fab, "Sefen Cymfu" Office, Cannarthen Alawon y Cantorion [The Singer's Melodies) Yn cynwys Deuddeg o Ganeuon a Thon- au Cymraeg Newydd a Gwreiddiol. Also containing Twelve English Songs with words and Music. Solos, Duetts, and Quartettes. By T. M. MORGAN (Awdwr Yr Adrodd- wr Difyrus," &c.). Solffa Edition-Price 1/ through post 1/1. Casgliad o Gerddi Cymru. Set Casgliad o Gerddi Goreu y Genedl wedi eu Dosranu yn Dri Dosbarth laf—Caneuon Gwladol. 2—Y Dosbarth Digrif. 3ydd—Dosbarth y Delyn, sef Casgliad helaeth o BeniMion i'w canu gyda'r 1 )elyn. Pris 6c., trwy'r post 7c. -4 Teutu Bronygraig. Drama ar Addysg. Drama Newydd ar Addysg gan Z. MATHER. Gyda Rhagymadrodd gan SYR ED. ANWYL. c.c Tuedd yr holl Ddrama hou ydyw ein dwyn i garu dysg a goleuni yn hytrach nag anwybodaeth a thywyllwch. Pris Is., trwy'r post Is. Ic. -<- Die Sion Datydd (Richard Jones-Da vies, Esq.) Y Ddrama mwyaf poblogaidd a llwydd- iannus yn yr iaith. Gan y Parch. J. TYWI JONES. Pris Is., trwy'r post Is. Ic. Jac Martin, neu bohl Llan- dderwydd. Mae y Ddrama hon yn llawn o hurnour, ac wedi ei threfnu fel ap' i fod vn un o'r chwareuon mwyaf derbynioL oJ Ga,n y Parch. J. TYWI JONES. Pris Is., trwy'r post Is. Ic. Bore Cynhyrfus. Comedi Gymreig. Oomedi ysmala mown un Act. Budd- ugol yn Nghystadleuaeth "Seren Cymru'' Gan E. E. HUGHES. Pris 6c., trwy'r post 7c. Eluned Gwyn Owen, neu Yr Eneth GolL Credaf y bydd i'r agweddau i fywyd eiri gwlad, drwg a da, Cymreig ac Anghymreig a bortreadir yn y Ddrama hon, yn ddydd- orot ac yn adeiladol. Gan y Parch. J. TYWI JONES. Pris Is., trwy'r post] Ei. Ic. Yr Adroddwr Ysmala. (The Welsh Humourous Reciter). Yn cynwys Damau cymhwys i Gyfarfodydd Adioniadol a Ohystadleuol. Gan D. L. JOHNSON. Pris Is., trwy'r post Is. Ic. Yr Adroddwr Difyrus. (The Welsh Comic Reciter.) Ail Ar- gramad yn awr yn barod. Set Adrodd- iadau, Dadleuon, Caneuon, ac Actau Difyrus Gan T. M. MORGAN. Pris Is., trwy'r post Is. Ic Y Dadleuwr Ysmala. (Welsh Humourous Dialogues). Gan D. L. Johnson, D. L. Evans, J. Tywi Jones, Tom Jones, Sylwedydd, &c. Pris Is., trwy r post Is. Ic. ￼ Gweithiau Barddonol Telynog Yn cynwys niter fawr o Bryddestau, Awdlau, Caniadau Digrif a Gwladgarol, Cywyddau ac Englynion; yn nghyda Byr Gonant o'r Awdwr Talentog. (Y Pedwer- ydd Argramad). Wedi eu rhwymo yn gyfrol hardd. Pris 2s. 6ch. LLYFRAU CHWE' CHEINIOG YR UN. LLYFRAU DiFYRUS. Isaac Lewis, a Humorous Character (Bng- 'lish Edition). First Part. Price 6d., post freo7d. Isaac Lewis (Seooad Part). Price 6d., post free 7d. Y Perch o'r Seer, gan Craigfryn Hughes. Pris 6ch., trwy'r post 7o. Maid of Sker. Welsh Historical Romance. By Isa-M Qraigfryn Hughes. Price 6d., through post 7d. The Tragedy in the Ge!!i Wood. WeMi popuJ&r Novel. By Isa&cCraigfrynHughes. Price 6d' through post 7d. Isaac Lewis, y Crwydryn Digrif. Y Uyfr Poblogaidd gan Pelidros. Pris 6oh., trwy'r post 7c. Y Ffraethebwtf, yn Cynnwys Casgliad o Ffraeth-Djdywediada.u, Byr-Chwodleuon, &o. Pris 6oh., trwy'r post 7c. I The MaM of Cefn Ydfa. A Welah His- torical Novel, by Craigfryn Hughes. Price 6d.,p08<:freo8d. Y Ferch o Gefn Ydfa. Chwedl Hanes- yddol, gan Craigfryn Hushes. Pris 6ch., trwy'r post 8c. Liythyrau Caru Bu