SHIPWRECKED OFF OXWiCH. 1 I (Photo by Chapman.) The survivors of the crew of th e ill-fated barque Tridonia, whose terrible experiences off Oxwich Point .have excited general sympathy.
BEWARE OF NEURASTHENIA. i Neurasthenia is a condition of xhaus-: tioti of the nervous eystem. The causes are varied. Contirilous work, mental or physical, without holidays, without proper attention to (liet and exercise, also worry over family affairs or friends, are the most common causes. Excesses of almost any kind may produce it. Some disorders, like influenza, will cause neurasthenia. So also will a severe shock, intense anxiety, or grief. The symptoms are over-sensitiveness, in- .bility, a disposition to worry over trifles, headaches, possibly nausea. The treatment is one of nutrition of the Herve cells, requiring a safe, reliable tonic, As the nerves get their nourishment from the blood, the treatment most be directed 'towards building up the blood. Dr. Williams' pink pills ,ct directly (n the blood, and have proved of the greatest benefit in many cases of neurasthenia. A tendency to anremia, or bloodlessness, is also corrected by the definite tonic pro- of these pills. H Restore strength to your nerves by begin- rHing to-day Dr. Williams' pink pills for pale people: they are sold by mast dealers, but never accept common pink ri--Is-ask for Dr. Williame. A free book, The Nerves r.nd Their Needs," will be sent to you if you forward 8 post card, asking for a copy, to Post Dept., 48, Holborn Viaduct. London.
GERMANY'S FOOD. I Eggs at 7d. elch: Herrings A Costing 7d. A Zurich correspondent of the "Times" says:â During the last fortnight food supplies in Berlin have deteriorated even from the condition Mr. Curtin records. Eggs are now only to be obtained by card, and are pfenning (7d.) each. Two only can be obtained every 20 days by any one indi- vidual. There has been a call up" by the rovemment, not only of ordinary mits ind berries, but of acorns, which are raken to the schools and are used for the manufacture of artificial coffee and other purposes. The late potatoes have proved as bad as those gathered early in the year. They are 60 watery as to decay rapidly, and will affect the supply of potato flour for bread-making. HERRINGS 7id, EACH. Fish is getting much dearer. Herrings are now 7M. each, and sugar has disap- peared altogether, saccharine being used in both private and public establishments. The sugar is understood to have been com- mandeered by the munition establish- ments for the manufacture of explosives. To the food shortage is now added the clothes shortage. None can now be pur- chased without a special permit. None the lees the people are extremely confident, largely owing to the Rumanian successes and the advertised success of the War Loan. Great hopes surround the long-distance submarine, and the populace not only be- lieve in future attacks on England by super-Zeppelins, but are told that the oper- ations of the long-distance submarine will be followed by the new long-distance Zeppelin. Rumours spreak by Germany of an Allied invasion, generally via Denmark and Holland, and the heavy entrench- ments along the frontiers of these countries â are causing a good deal of concern in these neutral States.
MOTHER, THE CHILD IS BILIOUS! Don't Hesitate! A Laxative is Necessary if Tongue is Coatod, Breath Bad, or Stomach Out of Order. Give California Syrup of Figs" at, onoe-a teospoort-f-ul to-day often &ms aI olrild from being ill to-morrow. If your tittle one is out of sorts, isn't Tet,ling, eating and acting naturally-look, Mother! See if its tongue is coated. This is a sum "sign that < its little Btomac h liver and. bowels aTO logged Ãrith bile i,and undi- ested food. -W hen across, irritable, feverish, with tainted breath and perhaps stÂ»maoh-aahe or fliirrhcm; when the child hae a aocro throat or a chiu, give a tea&pooc?ul of Culifona? Syrup of Fd?a,? and in a few hours ?1 the poisonous, coBstip?tm? undi- gested food and Me will gemtiy move out "Of its littie bowels without ?pm?, and "M'ou have a. he?Mty, playful chi1d again. Mothers can irest easy after giving this i harmless -fruit laxative," because it never fails to cleanse the iufctle one's liver and bowels and cJeanse the etnmaoh. and I they destrfty love its pleasant taste. Full diraeboae for babies, clrildren of all ages aB4 for grawn-ops printed on each bottle. Afllc your cliemist for a bottle of Caji- forrria Syrup of Figs," and see UtaA it is t'made by the California Fig Syrup Com- paany." Of all leading cfherrusfce, 1& 3d. ,d 2s. per bottle. Avodd sahstatrates.
No fireworks willSje allowed on. Nmaem- .ber?. Mr. Lyadmi OoM)M, 8Ohcmr, Newport, Mon., Waa"m Wednesday appointed ciprk of the peace and clerk of the Mon mouth Cormfcy Council in place of the late Mr. Henry Stafford Gustard. Cigarettes and ohocolatea can be got at < any hour from automatic maohinert, frich. Mr. Samuel said on Wednesday, not under the jlS-clorsi Order. l I
SGROll OF FAME I Dead Skewen Soldier's I Remarkable Record. Lord Llangattack Passes II Away. The names of 131 officers and 2,643' N.C.O.s and men appear in Wednesday night's casualty lists. Details are as fol- lows:â I Officers. ii-ilied, 10; died o fwoiinds, 10; died, 1; wounded, 67; missing, believed killed, 2; mussing, 10; prisoner 1. N.C.O.s and Men. Killed, 410; died of wounds, 92; died, 2; wounded, 1,918; missing, 221. News was received at the House of Commons on Wednesday that a son or Mr. \V. Adamson, Labour M JP. for West Fife, had been killed at the front. I PATRIOTIC SKEWEN FAMILY. I News has just been received in a letter ) written by a comrade, that Pte. Joseph Gwyn James, South African Scottisn Regiment, son of the late Mrs. James, iliiers'road, Skewen, has been killed in action in .France. Although only 25 years of age, he had experienced much and varied service. Proceeding to South Africa some years ago to join an elder brother, lie was appointed to, and, held an important position on the Cape Government Railways, under the late Sir Tliomas Price. On the outbreak of war he volunteered for service in German West Africa, under Botha, and went through the whole campaign, attaining the rank of sergeant. On a call being made for volunteers for overseas service he threw up his civil employment, to m-hic-IL he had returned, and joined the South African Scottish. Landing in this country in March last, he went into training at Bordon Camp, and pfoceeded with his battalion to France. While on a visit to Skewen, previous to leaving for the front, he was presented by the local reception committee; his brother, Corpl. D. Oswald Jam, of the R.W.F., who was home on leave, being similarly honoured. Another brother. Lieut. T. E. James, who fought both in I German East and Wet Africa, is at present in charge of a col- cared battalion at Cape Town. The family has always been most patriotic. An uiiel,Ser,-t. Ivor Treharne James, E.H.A.âwas killed during the Boer War, while a cousin, son of the latter, Private Ivor James, R.H.A.. has fallen during the preaent war. I LORD LLANGATTOCK DEAD. News was received on Wednesday even- ing at Monmouth that Lord Llangattock, who was a major in the Royal i vld Artii-- lery, had died from wounds received in action. The sad news caused great glcoiu in the district. Earlier in the week it had become known -that he had been I wounÃ¹oo in the jaw and arm, and was in hospital at Boulogne. His mother, the II Dowager Lady Llaugattoek, on receipt 0: the news, immediately crossed over to France, but it is not known whether she arrived in time to see her son alAa. I' Lord Llangattock was unnamed, and I by the death of his brother, the Hon. floury Allen Rolls, in June last, the title is now leftt with-out an ST. C L E- A RS I ST. CLEARS MILITARY MEDAL. Lanco-Corporal W. Phillips, a native of St. Clears, has written to a friend at the Mumbles stating that he has won the Military M<dal, the ribbon having been handed to liim at the front. Loe.-cpl. Phillips joined a local unit the dqy after war was declared, and went to th'j iront a few months later. He had worked as a miner at Tumble-, and had at another period assjjjtod his father, a tit. Clears farmer. I SKEWEN "BIT" BADGE. It has failen to the lot of Pte. Thos. Leech, of the Royal Lancaster Regiment, to receive the tirst war badge for Skewen. The scrip l)Â£ats the dato 17t.h October, ?'16, and &).?tes that the badge iG pre- sented for services rendered in H.Mfs !Military Forces since 4th AL?ist, 1914. This gallant soldier has well done his bit. j i HOW BRIDGEND SOLICITOR DIED.! Mr. David Llewelyn, solicitor, of Briil- 1: gend, in reply to inquiries as, to how Ser- geant J. Arthur Stockwood" (formerly a solicitor at Bridgend), lost his life in lirance, has received a ietter from Captaiu i L. W. Trough ton, 10th Rifle Brigade. stating that the casualty took place during the attack on Guillemont. The writer adds:- I happened to be noorhim at the time h-e fell. He was gallantly leading a body of mem to attack a trench which was giijjng serious trouble. I saw him about 20 yards ahead of hie men when he was shot. His death, I am sure, was in-I stantaneously. I could not go to him, as we were moving forward. I can, tell you, it was one of tho bravest actions I saw during the whole attack, and it is a grave regret to us all--officeis and men alikeâ that he has gone." WAUNARLWYDD PRESENTATION. I Waunarlwydd has welcomed home a! young hero, 17 yeam of age, in tb? penoIl.I of Gw?n Jones, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. ï¿¼ Jone?. Victoria. On Tuesday ?veming, at tM Shepherds? HalL he was made the re- cipient of a walking adck. The chairman I ?as Mr. Bert Hollingdale, the We?sh Rugby forward. CASUALTIES. I Welsh Officers. I Officially reported on Wednesday night: I REPORTED KILLED. I (Ptev-iotioly reported missing). Thomas, Lieut. W. S., Essex Regiment. I DIED OF WOUNDS. Beardshaw, Sec.-lieut. R. D., S.W.B. Bricknell, Ses.-lieut. E. T. S., S.W.B. WOUNDED. Abbott, Capt. W. P., Monmouthshire Regiment, attached Royal .Sussex lkgt, Sec.-lieut. D. J., Royal Warwick- shire Regiment. Rank and File. WOUNDED. Grenadier Guards.âStrange, 24096, L. G., Narberth. Mauc;s Â£ .u;r Regiment.âKilev, 15549, W., Swansea. WOUNDED AND MISSING. Somerset Light Infantry .Richard.son, I 20055, J., Swansea (enlt.). L.-ulij. vv. ii. Uavics r T reboeth. (Killed.) Fte. Fk. Foster, Swansea. (Wounded.) I Pte. Albert John, I Llansanilet. (Military Medal.) L.-Cpl. W. Phillips, St. Clears. (Military Medal.) Pte. R. Bowen, Swansea. (Died of Wounds.) Sap. W. J. Thomas, Cwmavon. (Certificate of Profi- ciency with Mine Rescue Apparatus.)
I i FOOD TOHY T.N.T. I At an inqu- Â£ Â»t on Wednesday on a girl i munition worker who died from T.N .T. poisoning the staff superintendet of the factory t-aid that to compel the women, I. to feed themselves properly the authori- ties were now stopping the money for their meals and providing the food.
I VISITS TO GERMANY. As a result of the publicity given to Miss Hobhouse's visit to Germany, the 14Governmeiit have decided to issue a regu- lation under the Defence of the Realm Act which will make it an oS<eneo for &n? British subject to enter the country of a hcstile belligerent without the specific leave of the British authorities. This an- nouncement was made Wednesday in the House of Lords by tho Marquess of Crewe, who stated that as the Government were advised that Miee Hobhouse had not been guilty of an offence against the existing law they therefore did not propose to take any proceedings against her.
PROMOTIONS AND MERIT. Mr. C. B. Stanton, the Labour M.P. for Merthyr Tydnl. called attention in the House of Commons on Wednesday to the question of promotion for lieutenants at the front, and askod that prom-otinn â Siioufd in future depend on fitness and eeiviee, and not on friendly, family, or Ipther influence. ( "There is no foundation for the allega- t-;o-- that it depends on influence," replied Mr. Forster, Financial Secretary to the War Office.. May I give you proofs ? asked Mr. Stanton. amid ckeers. I challenge an inquiry." Mr. Forster remained silent. Is it not the case." said Mr. Hogge, U that an officer obtains promotion hwe. and then goes t-o France and becomes senior to those who have been fighting That is not the same point," was the answer.
An exhibition, of British manufactures I for display in the principal commercial centres in the Dominions is under con- sideration, said Mr. Runciman on Wed-j nesday. J I
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THE SPRING SONG." I Next Week's Great Attraction at the Grand. I This wk th? new play, The Spring! Song," is !wing produ?d for the first ti??;i? at the. Theatre Boyal, Brighton, and ac-I cording to the Prees notices ht.s proved: a great success, and attracted immense; audiences. Next week it will bo produced: at the Grand Theatre, Swansea, Then: local theatregoers will have an opportu-! i nity of witnessing this hrilliant new play. Under the title of Le Chopin it had a tre- mendous run in Paris at the Renaissance; and Palais Royal theatres. It has been adapted and anglicised hy Messrs. Sydney I Blow and Douglas Hoare, the authors of; Oh! T Say," under the title of Â« The i Spring Song," and will be produced by i Mr. West de Wend Fenton, whose verlla- I tile genius is now being exploited as an I entrepreneur. He brings a company of London artistes, amongst whom are suchi well known names as Ralph Lynn. Bruce j Winston, E. M. Robson, Ada B lanche, Hannah Jones. Mira Kenham, Dorothy; Clancy, and Eve Balfour (the famous' cinema star) What is of great interest, in connection with the production to i Swansea is that included in the cast is Miss Hannah Jones, a Swansea vocalist of great ability, who has won both in the theatrical and musical world no mean reputation, and her re-appearance in the town will be heartily welcomed by her numerous musical friends and acquaint- ances.
GIRLS! MOISTEN A CLOT-H AND DRAW IT THROUGH HAIR. It becomes beautifully soft, wavy, I abundant and glossy at once. I I Save your hair! All dandruff goes1j and hair stops coming out. Surely try a Danderine Hair CleajMe" if you wish to immediately double the beauty of your hair. Just moisten a cloth with Danderine and draw it carefully through your hair, taking one small strapd at a time, this will cleanse the, hair of dust dirt or any excessive oilâin a few minutes you will be amazed. Your: hair will be wavy, fluffy and abundant. and possew an incomparable softness, lustre and luxuriance. Besides beautifying the hair, one arp- plication of Danderine dissolves everr j particle of dandruff; invigorates the 6calp, stopping itching and I falling air. Danderine is to the hair what fresh [ showers of rain and sucsb.ine are to vegetation. It goes right tb the roots. invigorates and strengthens them. Its exMlasating, stimulating, and life-pro- ducing properties causse the hair to grow long, etrong and beautiful. You can certainly h&ve pretty, soft, lustrous hair, and lots of it. if you will just get a small bottle of Knowlton'Â¡Â¡ Danderine from any chemist, and try it as directed. Save your bair! Keep it looking charm- ing and beautiful. You will say this was the best shilling you ever spent. )
PURCHASE OF SUGAR. ] Mr. McKenna and the Whole- sale Dealers. Mr. McKenna, Chancellor of the Ex- I chequer, has informed Mr. Lough that wholesale dealers in 6ugarwere not en- titled to require purchasers to take other goods as well as a condition of obtaining sugar. The Sugar Commission was ready to investigate auy case of the Hfed if brolight hefore them with full par- ticulars. Amswering,M.r. Row lands, Mr. McKenna !Said the practice of requiring customers to purchase a certain quantity of other groceries as a condition of obtaining sugar had been adopted by retailers of their own accord, as a means of protecting their reduced stocks of sugar from too rapid depletion. The Commission had eo far not thought it right to interfere beyond insisting that the elastomers must be left complete free- dom of choice as regarded the other goods to be purchased. But it would now fur- ther decline to countenance enforcement of the coiditiou unless the value of the goods which a reWler might require to be purchased at the. same Ujjie as sugar did not exceed 2s. in respect of each pound of sugar.
The Trades Union Congress deportation to the Lord Chancellor on the question, of working-men magistrates has been post- poned until Monday, November 13th. A,
SUNDAY CLOSING. I Mr. John Hinds, M.P., the Parliamen- tary Chairman of the Early Closing Asso- ciation, is receiving large numbers of letters from all over the country in refer- ence to the proposal of a conference of trade federations to campuisorily close shqps after 10 o'clock on Sundays. It tppears the Sunday opening difficulty has been solved in some places by inflicting the statutory fine but increasing the costs at every conviction. Mr. Hinds purposes I' putting a. question to the Home Secretary, asking if there is ground for supposing more general Sunday opening of shops will follow earlier Saturday closing, and what steps he proposes to take to stop the evil, equivalent."
At- Wycombe, Bucks, Â£Ã3, subscribed on an appeal by the mayor, has been ex- pended by the Allotment, Holders' Society on the allotments of 50 members who aro in the Army.
GLAMORGAN MAGISTRACY. Mr. J. Hugh Edwards. M.P., hÃ¥d a personal interview on Wednesday with the Lord Chancellor oti matters relating jl] the Advisory Committee and the Glamor- ganshire magistracy.
KNOCKED DOWN BY MOTOR CAP. Richard Dickson, ag,ed sic. whose homo i at. 54, the Strand, Swansea, was knocked down by a motor car in High-street, on Wednesday. lie received injuries to tho heau and internal injuries. He was port- veyerl tÃ³ the Hospital in the motor ambu- lance. In attempting to pull up. the ambu- lance swerved owing to the muddy st.-p.te of the road and coljidcd with Messm Pcgler'a motor van.
[ Mr. Runciman said on Wednesday that he had no information to support the I vw that the price of tea on the London w holesale market is largely due to i gamhling operations.
FOR STOMACH AND LIVER TROUBLES I For stomach and liver troubles you and bad bilious attacks. T suffered should take Mother Scigel's Syrup, from anaemia, headaches, loss of ap- the Remedy which has proved its* petite, and sleepless nights, in conse- value in thousands upon thousands quenceof a sluggisli liver and stomach of cases, the world over. For ton- trouble. The little food I did ing up and strengthening the take did me no good, and I stomach, and gently stiri}- got into a very weak and ulating the action of the /'r'x nervous state, and lost ?liver and bowels it is MOTHEK considerably in weight. unsurpassed. Under ?MaBtMmaNMtN? mM)?Mjr?.??m & commended on its influence in thou- BfT? t?t ? on sands of cases, pains t S ?t 3! B N?1 t 3 EB??B several occasions tn after eating, flatu- try Mother SeigeL lence, acidity and V" Syrup and getting ?o other evil effects of SaKUP relief from other other evil eff ect, of *SYRUP medicine\, I commenced stomach and liver ï¿¼ ??????H?â??M??N?????? ? medicine?, Icommenced order have been surely it ???M??? a course of your Syrup and and quickly banished. Put it Pills, and after some time to the/test yourself, to-day. I began to mend. My appetite Mrs. PHOEBE BAYLIS, of the Co- returned, and I put on weight. I operative Stores, Bodicote, Nr. have continued to take occasional Banbury, wrote on December 17th, doses of Mother Seigel's Syrup 1915. I had been for some con- during the past eight years, and am siderable time a victim of indigestion, now enjoying excellent I health." IS THE REMEDY YOU NEED. The Zi9 site contains three times as much as the 1l.? bctilt,
LATE MRS. JULIUS CARMAN.I At the funeral of Mrs. Julius Carman, niece of Mr. Tom Byrne, manager of the Grand Theatre, Swansea, the following mourners ViP." presentMr. Willie Holt, Captain -T,dies Byrne, Mr- Tom Byrne. Councilor J. Barclay Owen. Messrs. W. G. Giber 41: W. Arthur Smith, and 11. Lockyer. teaths werÃ¨ sent by the husband. Brother Will." ITnelo, Jatnee," "Aunt Maggie. and Family." Uncle Tom and Aunt. Edith," Little Peggie and Rat." Air. and Mrs. Lockyer, Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Dann. Miss Poseley and Mr. Freedmau, Mr. and 'Mrt'. Arthur Smith, "Rcae." Mrs. Gibson Stnd Madeline, Nurse Beynon, the staff of the Grand Theatre, Councillor and Mrs. Bar- clay Owen and Flossie, and Mrs. Chambers an-I Ncllie.
The Mayor of Morpeth and other mem- bers of the Morpeth Military Tribunal were on Wednesday fined 10s. each for fail- ing to obscure lights at the tribunal meet- I ing. >- â â
JUNIOR TEAMS. The following will, represent Montana Juniors A.F.C. in their match with Templars A.F.C. at Victoria Parkin Saturday:âA..Nicliolls; A. Jones aud i. Thomas: Ei James, E. Jenkins, and S. Daniel-: F. Maddox, B. Hughes, T. 1>. Griffiths, F. Edwards, and B. Atherton: Templay Rovers A.F.C. v. Sf, Michael. -Tomplar Rovers: R. Phillips; Stan Ball and Briu Rees; Ben Miles, W. Owen (capt.), and T. Evans; T. Mor. gans. W. Parker, V. Oriffiths, S.' James, P. Ellery; reserves, J. Cuminings, VaL Trew and Stan Thomas. Meet at Palace, 2.15 p.m. Templar A.F.C. v. Montana: E. Miles; H. Gray, and W. Williams (capt.): A. Demery, C. Jolineoii, and W. Edwards; W. Mogridge, C. Thomas, Kiefe, T. Trew, and F. Griffiths. Kick-off 3 p.m.
It was said in it North Midland police court that two men charged with smoking in munition works tried to bribe a police* man with a Bradbury (a Treasury note).
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