Collection Title: Seren Cymru
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TO RESTORE THE EYESIGHT. ? TO RESTORE THE HEARING. A New Scientific Discovery. The greatest discovery of the ag'e for the cure of eye affection of every kind and at all stages. Short Sig-ht, Cataract, I'ati,,ued Eyes, Cross Eyes Cloudy Vision. Inflamed 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 dr. ily occupations are under artificial light. COLLIERS IN PA RTICU- LAR. Loom workers constantly staring at vibrating fibre? and colours of various hues. Eye Exerciser (Patented in Great Britain) and on the Continent), invented by James Williams. 10 Beech-road, formerly 6', The Woodlands. Birkenhead. Those that are troubled with defective hearing' and noise in the head will be wise in consult- ing Mr. WilHams. In case of correspondence enclose stamped addressed envelope. CURE AT 82 YEARS OF AGE Troedyrhiw, Corris, Merioneth, Jan. 2nd. 19)5. I have been suffering for many years from cataract on both eyes. I was unaMe to see anything with my one eye, and but next to nothing with the other. AccidentaHy 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 glasses, and can see a little with the other eye and I think it my duty to the public, 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 bhe Eye Exerciser a fair trial- I Witness-Evan Da vies, Be it known that Mrs tones has been using the Eye Exerciser" for,'a considerable good time.—J. W. Twyn-y-Wenallt, Gilwern, near Abergavenny. Jan. 28th, 1915. 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-sighted, and was worried also with in- flammation of the eyes that I could hardly bear light. I can now see to write my letters, which I have not been able for many years. Yours faithfully, Mrs MeCann. 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 discontinue 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 small print by aid of glasses, Yours sincerely. Albert Cowley. Feb. 3rd, iltio. TOUR FOR MAY AND JUNE, 1915 Consulting Hours-10 to t2 a.m., 3 to 10 p.m. June 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. I OLD COLLEGE SCHOOL, I CARMARTHEN Proprietors acd Principals: REV. J. B. THOMAS Late Headmaater of Park-y-Velvet Academy Under graduate of London University Open Exhibitionel of Cardiff Univeraity. &c. REV. T. D GLYNDWR RICHARDS, B.A B.D. MR. M. M. DAS, B.Sc. Summary of Successes EXAMINATIONS. ? ? Alone, 1905 Matriculation of Wales 10 59 Theological Colleges 23 160 Commercial &. Professional 25 130 Scholarships 2 18 Totals 60 36t Limited number of Boarders kept at the Masters Houses, No. 3 & 5, THE PARADE. For Prospectus and PartKUlaja apply to PrmcipaJs. ?&?&???&?&m??? HYSBYSIAD PWYS!G. CYNYG ABDDERCHOG. I ?' Mac yn blesef gan W. Morgan Evans a'i Fab, Swyddfa "Seren Cymru," ?' Caerfyrddin, hysbysu fed yr ?? ? ? 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