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PONTARDAWE - ALLTWEN II GLEANINGS.

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I-I'THE LABOUR VOICE" AND…

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t I W. A. WILLIAMS, Phrenologist, can he consulted daily at the Victoria | A r en do (near the Market), Swansea WHY YAJT APE f1 f:.i I et, ii:I.,c.. WEARSHG YOURSELF OUT. t. K.h''¡ ul,J. L;t d!lj.. | All our life through, we arc 7111 I ourselves outâusing up the substance of oar bodies Hard, laborious toil wastes us away quickly, but every expenditure of energy, I every movement, every thought, causes some wastage; and this wastage should be repaired by our daily food, but that is only possible when it is well-digested. Think, then, of the im- portance of keeping your digestive organs in good working order, especially in these days when we are called upon to give the most that is in us. If for any reason your organs of digestion, the stomach, liver and bowels, fail to perform their functions perfectly, there is no remedy that will so soon restore thein to health and vigwiir as Mother Seigel's Syrup. As a stomachic remedy and liver corrective, it would be difficult to find its equal.