After an Attack. By common consent patients everywhere admit that they feel more depressed and miserable after an attack of Influenza than while under its influence, and more than they feel after an attack of any other illness. There is a want of "Go," a lack of cheerful- ness, depression of spirits, feeling of misery and helplessness, and such despondency as to be almost unbearable, the slightest exertion is fatiguing, what was considered a pleasure is a toil, the appetite had entirely gone, and to sum up, li Life is a burden to those who have not hitherto experienced for one day iu their lives such feelings of misery and helplessness The best way to banish these miserable feelings is to take nourishing food, aud moderate exercise, to avoid solitude, and mix in cheerful company, and to take Gwilym Evans' Quinine Bitters. We can strongly and confidently recommend this preparation, as it has treated severe cases of Influenza, extreme Weakness and Langcur, with geater success than any other known remedy, A few doses taken in time will drive away the sense of extreme helplessness and feeling of misery and weakness which afHicts patients after a severe attack. Gwilym Evans' Quinine Bitters is sold in bottles, 2: 9d. and 4s. (id. each. Beware of Imitations. See the name "Gwilym Evans" on Label, Stamp, and Bottle. Sole proprietors Quinine Bitters Manufacturing Company, Limited, Llanclly, South Wales.
S T. C L E A R S CHAIR EISTEDDFOD.—It is with great pleasure we announce that the following distinguished artistes have been engaged to take part in the evening concert that is proposed to be held at St Clears on the 12th of May, in connection with the chair Eisteddfod :—Mr T. Conwil Evans, Mr W. Trevor Evans, R.A.M., Miss Winnie Stephens, U.C.W., and Madame Thomas (Liinos Elly). WTe cannot too earnestly congratulate the Committee on their choice. The succvss of the concert is now, we believe, quite certain.
CRWBIN, LLANGYNDEYRN. CYXGnERDD.—Nos Sadwrn, Mawrth 19eg, cynhaliwyd cyngherdd ardderchog yn hen Gapol yr Annibynwyr, dan nawddogaeth aelodau perthynol i'r Seindorf Bres sydd newydd gychwyn yn y lie. Cymmerwyd y .gadair gan Mr G. Jenkins, Brisbane House. Teimlai yn ieel ei ysbryd i gymmeryd at y gorchwyl, etto aeth trwy ei waith yn anrhydeddus. Llywyddwyd, hefyd, mor briodol gan Mr John Davies, Shop. Hefyd cafwyd anerchiad dyddorol ac addysgiadol gan y Parch. W. Francis (B.), Llangyndeyrn, presenoldeb pa un oedd yn dderbyniol dros ben. Cymmerwyd rhan yn y cynglierdd gan y pt-rsonnau canlynol: Soprano, Miss S. J. Jones, a MissH. Walters; tenor, Mr D. Lioyd; baritone, Mr William Evans (Ivor Gwendraeth), Mr Willie Jones pennillion, Mr Dan Bees, Mr Phillip Jones duetts, Miss Roberts, Board School, Miss Davies, Shop, Mr Edwin Richards, Mr William Jones, Mr John Lloyd, Mr John Thomas, Mr David Richards, Mr Phillip Jones; Cor Meibion Llangendeirne a Crwbin, dan arweiniad Mr W. Eichards; Llangendeirno Glee Party; comic, T. Smith, Crwbin y Brass Band, dan arweiniad Mr D. Jones. Chwareiur ar yr organ gan Ap Caevalaw, Caefyrrddin. Cafwyd mentbyg yr adeiliad gan Mr Edward Richards, Castelltoby. Terfynaf yn bresennol trwy ddyinuno cael cyfarfod o'r un natur mor fuan ac sydd yn bosibl, nid yn unig er adgyfnerthiad i aelodau y Band, ond hefyd er rlioddi mantais a ehyfleuedra i bobl icuainc y cylch i ddadbiygu eu talentau. Melus rnoes etto.
BA K Y FELIX. A GRAND CONCERT was held at the Rankv- felin Board School on Thursday evening, the 17th inst., under the chairmanship of Mr 1.1. R. Carver, Wenallt. By glancing at the posters, and seeing the names of such well- known artistes as Miss Winnie Stephens, the Misses Carver, Miss Robinson, Miss Alice Olive, Mrs Dr R. L. Thomas, Miss Bess Davies, Mr J. F. Lloyd, Capt. Grismond Philipps, Mr Harry Evans, Mr Gomer Davies, Mr David Lewis, and Mr J. A. Davies, one could not bo surprised to see the large audience that had assembled. Mr Carver, of Wenallt, who is so well known and highly respected in the neighbourhood, made a capital chairman. The following programme was gone through :—Part I Overture on the piano by Miss Gracie Carver, Wenallt song, Miss Bess Davies, Smith song, Mr Harry Evans, Carmarthen song, Miss Winnie Stephens, Lan (encored) comic sketch by Mr Gomer Davies, Carmarthen (encored) song, Miss Katie Carver comic song, Capt. Grismond Philipps, Cwmgwili (encored) song, Mr J. A. Davies, Smith Arms; song, Mrs Eowland Thomas; sketch and sleight of hand tricks by Mr J. F. Lloyd. Carmarthen song, Miss Robinson, Wenallt (encored); song, Miss Alice Olive, Boar's Hotel; comic song, Mr D. Lewis, St. Clears (rncored). ^The Chairman announced five minutes interval at this stage. Part II Song, Mr J. A. Davies (encored); song, Miss Winnie Stephens (encored) song, Mr Harry Evans; song, Miss Katie Carver (encored) comic sketch by Mr Gomer Davies (encored) song, Miss Winnie Stephens (encored) comic song, Capt, Grismond Philipps (encored) song, Miss Bess Davies (encored); song, Miss Robinson song, Miss Alice Olive. A most amusing twenty minutes was here given with the shadowgraph by Mr J. F. Lloyd, who deserves the greatest praise for the clever way in which he acted. Comic song, Mr D. Lewis (encored); finale, "God Save the Queen," Miss Winnie Stephens singing the solo. The Chairman then spoke in a most eulogistic manner of the able way the different artistes had acquitted themselves (luring the evening. He said that all they had seen and heard there that evening was both amusieg and instructive, and he felt very happy to be among so many of his friends. He would do everything in his powpr to support any good cause for the benefit of the neighbourhood. He warmly complimented the audience on their good behavior during the evening. To use his own words, They had given to all a fair hearing." Mr J. H. Thomas, the genial manager of Lloysonen Gardens, here stood up and begged to second Mr Carver'e vote of thanks to the artistes, and re-echoed his words in complimenting both artistes and audience. He also spoke in a most eloquent manner of the good services the worthy Chairman had rendered to the neighbourhood since his return to his old home, The Wenallt Mansion." The accompanist was Miss M. Phillips, Mermaid, St. Clears, and she acquitted herself most creditably. The pro- ceeds are to be handed over to the funds of the Bankyfelin Show Society.
GELLI W E N. THE picturesque little village of Gelliwen has just been favoured with another visit by Mrs Brynferch Rees, Pontyrhil. Only very recently" Brynferch occupied the pulpit of Ainon Baptist Chapel as preacher of the Gospel, and on Tuesday, the 15th inst., she appeared in the same edifice and delivered her able lecture on "Y Gareg filldir auraidd," the Golden milestone. An exceptionally large number of tickets had been sold. The inclemency of the weather kept away many that had fully intended to be present for the treat. Plowevei, a good number came together, and greatly appreciated a lecture which proved, humorous, able, and edifying. The chair was by the Rev L. Price, Ffynon- bedr. Mr W. Palmer, Brynbank, proposed and Mr Thomas, Fronllan, seconded a vote of thanks to Mrs Rees for her lecture. Brynferch's" response was graceful and telling, and before resuming her seat pro- posed a vote of thanks to the Chairman, which was seconded by Mr Jones, school- master, Alma.
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TALLEY. THE Church Workers Guild in connection with the above Parish Church is now in full working order. Sir James Drummond, Bart, the president, the Vicar who is warden, and his industrious secretary, Mr D. W. Griffiths, assisted by a good working council, have carried out a series of successful meetings. The Rev A. T. Fryer, organising secretary of Additional Curates Society spent one busy Sunday here. He preached in the morning, addressed the Sunday School children, after- wards addressing the members of the guild, and after evening service delivering an exhaustive lecture, illustrated by magic lantern views, upon the growth of the town of Middlesboro and its urgent need of aid in Church work. Papers have been read upon the Rules of the Guild, and Gwaith yr Ysgol Sul by Messrs Greening and Daniel Jones, and others are promised. One even- ing was devoted to the presentation of a Bible and Prayer Book suitably inscribed and wishing God speed to Bro. A. Sydney Price, one of the council, who has left home to make his way in Ceylon. He was a most active young man in all kinds of church work, warden for the Primrose League in Talley, and no committee of any kind was complete without him. In his speech when returning thanks the Guild heard what a promising high-class speaker they were losing. His place will be very hard to fill. The presents received from all classes of friends were surprisingly numerous and valuable, and testify to his immense popularity.
LLANDEFEILOG. PARISH COUNCIL.-At a parish meeting held in Idole Schoolroam on Wednesday, the 16th inst., Mr Evan Jones Roberts, schoolmaster, presiding, the following were elected Parish Councillors for the ensuing year :—John Bowen, Gellydeg, farmer Benjamin Daviee, Cilgadan, farmer; John Davies, Pentowin, farmer Richard Davies, Blaengwastod, farmer; .fhomas Davies, Coedy brain, farmer *'William Edmund Davies, Croesyceilog, builder Samuel Evans, Cloygin Mill, miller; Morris Jones, Cape], farmer; Wrilliam Morgans, Ty- newydd, farmer; David Rees, Coedlline, farmer Georgo Thomas, Llechdwnni, farmer; Owen Thomas, Ffynnoneiddon, farmer William John Vole, Llwyncrwn, shoemaker. Those with an asterisk preceding their names are new members. BANC-Y-CArEL.—At the above chapel on Thursday (17th inst.), in connection with the Sunday School, a tea party and enter- tainment was held, vrhen a large numbe came together to partake of the good things prepare, and who were very graciously waited upon by the following ladies :—Miss Price and Miss Mathias, Forest Mrs Williams, Gelli-weu; and Miss Lewis, Rhydw. The good family of the Capel Farm were not iu any way backward in doing- their part to make matters pleasant for the members of the Sunday School by allowing them every privilege about the house and farm. After the tea, punctual at 7 o'clock, Mr J. Hywel Rees, Carmarthen (owing to the regretted indisposition of the minister, the Rev J. Lloyd Thomas) occupied the chair, when a programme of 48 items was gone through. It may be added that Mr David Williams and Mr Herbert Jones, Capel Farm (conductors of the juvenile and adult choirs), are to be very much compli- mented for the painstaking manner in which r5 they taught their respective choirs in order to bring them to such a stago of perfection in their rendering of tho different choruses. Recitations were given by Mr John Price, Mr Lewis, and Miss Lewis, Rhydw. Solos by Miss Jones, Capel Farm Mr John Hughes, Pistyll Mr J. W. Rees, Lan Farm and Mr William Morris, St. Anne's (encored). We must not omit to mention the excellent renderings of three choruses by Penygraig Male Voice Party, under the conductorship of Mr Ben Morgans, Croesyceilog, who were accorded a hearty vote of thanks, as also were the ladies whom so kindly waited at the tables. The Chairman also accorded a cordial vote of thanks, which was proposed by Mr Jones., Capel Farm, and secouded by Mr John Hughes. The very pleasant and orderly meeting terminated with the singing of a hymn.
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BOYS AND MEN. Varicocele and all allied troubles of Men and Boys treated in an able little Book, Price 3d., just published by Dr P. Y. Richardson, U, Gt. Russell St., London, W.C. LLANGADOCK. DISTRICT COUNCIL. — There are eight 9 members, so far, in the field for four seats. A very promising and highly-respected person has been nominated namely, Mr Tudor Lewis, postmaster. This young gentleman is well-known here for many years, and is never backward in assisting any good cause and there is but little doubt that the Llaugadock ratepayers will show him their gratitude by placing him at a high mark on the day of the poll. PETTY SEssIOxs.-Theso sessions were held at the Magistrates Room on the 17th inst, before Major Tudor Lloyd Haries, Llwyndowy and Mr Jones, Penrhock, Llandovery.—P.C. Williams charged Mr Davies, Maeslwynog, Llanwrda, with not having a light on his vehicle, as required by the bye laws of the County Council. The case was dismissed.—The same constable charged Daniel Davies with being drunk and disorderly. Fined 5s and costs.—The same constable charged Thomas Dyer with drunkeness. Fined Is and costs.—The following licenses were transferred :—Square and Compasses, Abermalais Gate, to the daughter the Bear Inn, Llangadock, to the widow of the late licensee the Black Lion Hotel, to Mr Morgan (late Telegraph Inn —An hours's extention was allowed to the Llansadwrn publicans on the concert night. ELECTION OF PARISH COUNCILLORS.—The following were declared by Mr Walter Lewis, the chairman of the Parish Meeting, held on Monday, 14th of March, to be elected as Parish Councillors for the said parish — William Davies, Glansawdde David Griffiths, Cefnconwil John Griffiths, Brynchwith Richard Hopkin, M.D., Prospect House J. William Joseph, Church House; John Jones, Danyrallt; Edward Pryse Lloyd, Glansevin; Thomas Griffith Michael, Gelly Cottage David Morgan, Mason's Arms; David Morgan, Pencaegarw; St. Vincent Peel, Danyrallt Daniel Price, Red Lion Hotel; Henry Reece, Birley Thomas Stephen, Glyn t Morgan Williams, Coopers Arms. TO THE DEAF. A rich lady being cured of the Deafness and head noises by means of Dr. Nicholson's Artificial Ear Drums and Treatment sent £ 1,000 to his Institute so that Deaf Persons unable to buy the Drums may get them Free. Apply by letter to P. Y. Bright, 54, Bow Lane, London E.C.