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During the short time the cold is upon them, the action of the Balsam is marvellous, and the little ones take it readily and ask for more.-W ALTER J. BRETT, C.M Headmaster, Severn Tunnel School. The Children like it. It's the product of the Honeycomb, chen'ically treated to get the best results. THEY ASK FOR IT So different from most medicines. Nice to Take Cure Quickly. For vocalists and pablic speakers it has no equal, it makes the voice as clear as a bell. See you get the genuine article so many rauds and imitations. Manufacturer TUDOR WILLIAMS, M.R.P.S., A.S.Apth Analytica and Consulting Chemist andDruggist, by Examination, MEDICAL HALL, ABERDARE WEDDING CARDS. NEW SPECIMEN BOOK CONTAINING LATEST & EXQUISITE DESIGNS Sent to intending Patrons at any address on receipt of an intimation to that effect. PRICES TO SUIT ALL CLASSES. "REPORTER" OFFICE, 3, BLUE ST. ALWAYS WHEN YOU WANT HEALTH GET DR. 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Fox Hunting. CARMARTHENSHIRE CAPTURE THREE I BRUSHES. The Carmartliejishire hounds were respon- sihle for the, despatch of three foxes in the Llamboiiidy district last week. The first quarry was [ound secreting himself in the 'gor.se at Pen'brook, and upon being bolted made straight ahead for Wauwmawr, then verging (back over the dingle, he crossed the river down to Bailey. After a couple of I mings he made back over Bailey and Dyffryn, and crossed over to Cilannw on his way to the dingle at Maesgwynne-issa. Near here he ran into a ralblbit hole, followed by one of the pack just before the terrier could he got in. Just at this <nioiment a fresh fox was started, aini(I hounds gave chase so hurriedly that within (three fields the varmint had to yield his 'brush. Meanwhile the hound who bad got himself into difficulties in the rabbit hole was released, and the fox was eventu- ally dug out and thrown to hounds. A move was then, made to Ffoeswyii, whore hounds marked a fox underground. Terriers soon 'bolted him out, and he turned his mask for Castle, then to the left for Maesgwynne-issa, down for Forrestfach and Cileiiignos, where he was bowled over. Hunt- mg was then suspended, with houndsfifteeil1 males from home. The fielkl on, this occasion included Mr R. H. Hairriies, M.F.H. Mr Price, Clyn- gwynme; Mr ,D. G. Protheroe, M.O.H. Mr E. So ProtherOe, Glyntaf; Dr R. L. "Thomas, Mr and Miss Hutchinson, Whitland; toge- ther with Mrs R. L. Thomas, Miss Protheroe, Mrs Phillips, and Master Lawrence, of Lam- peter Velfrey. At their second day's meet at Pass-by, on the St. Clears road, the hounds had one very good run, of nearly two hours. The master was aceompainiied by Mr Parkinson,, Mr J. Parkinson, and Miss Parkinson, of Castell Pieyii; Mr Phillips, ClyngwJnne; Mr D. H. Thomas, Starling Park; Mr W. J. Williams., Picton terrace, Carmarthen.; Miss Francis, Myrtle Hlil; Mr Carver and Miss Carver, Wenallt; Mr Jack Carver, Treca- dwgan the Misses Barker, Oaklands Mr Percy Thomas, Derllys Court; Mr Jack Richards, Patnyrathro; Mr J. Ll. Thomas, Gilfach; Miss Brown. Training College; and Mr Harries, jun., Picton terrace. On moving on to Wemddu a find was made, Reynard breaking away for Waumcor- gam, ifrom where he doubled back short through the covert to Wemddu, BerthJwyd, amd back to Cwmcoch. Here he went into the covert with hounds close upon, him, but managed to get clear away for Lan. Later on, scent becoming fainter, hounds lost all trace of him just above Sarnau Railway Station.
Poor Law Inquiry at Narberth. On Friday, Mr H. R. Williams, the Local Government Board Inspector, held an in- quiry at the Narberth Union Workhouse with reference to a complaint of alleged inadequate medical attention to David Williams, of Bleeiicille, Whitland, who was in receipt of outdoor relief. Mr W. Jajmes, Narberth, represented the Guardians, and it Mr Brunei White, Carmarthen, represented the medical officer. The evidence of David Williams showed that he had signed two declarations—one that heJiad received every attention, and the other that he had not. He also admitted catohiitng rabbits when in receipt of 10s per week parochial reilief. After a sitting of six hours the inquiry was ad- journed until. Saturday. On Saturday, Mr H. R. Williams resumed the inquiry. Mr Thomas Williams, the Guardian for Llangan East, said in conse- quence of David Williams's statement to him that the doctor was not giving him the attention he should he brought the com- plaint before the Board. David Williams subsequently signed a statement that he was receiving every attention and treatment, but, the witness said David Williams had since declared he did not know what h' was signiaig. Tine comiplaint was totalilv denied by the medical officer, who gave dates when he viteited David Williams and prescribed for. him. After a sitting of five and a half hours the iinquiry was again; adjourned, this time until the 10th February.
A Doctor's Advice. TO SUFFERERS FROM THE NERVES, STOMACH AND KIDNEYS. The sound and expert advice contained in the following letter fro ma well-known spec- ialist should be of interest to all. It deals with a preparation caLed Dr Cassel's Tablets which is made up from a priceless prescrip- tion, and now in use in nearly every home in Great Britain. "During the last six months I have pre- scribed Dr_Cassell's Tablets in ^ases where a nutrient tonic was indicated, and in this respect I found them most valuable in each case. They increase flesh, strength and weight, and appear to possess the peculiar action of reducing fat tissue and increasing strength and activity. I regard the prepara tion as a most valuable addition to thera- peutics." Surely advice such as this is woith more than passing consideration, and we would advise all persons suffering from wrecked constitution, debility, thinness, indigestion, stomach disorders, nerve troubles, kidney weakness, decline, and like ailments, to got a 101d box of Dr Gassell's Tablets. Any chemist can supply them
Work for Pembroke Dock. ENCOURAGING STATEMENT BY MR OWEN PHILIPPS, M.P. Mr Owen Philipps, M.P., speaking at Mil- ford Haven on Friday night last, said Pem- brokeshire had two great industries—the Dockyard and the Miitord trawling industry. As tl-ieilr representative he had considered it pa,rt of his business to sec that there was sufficient work to keep the Dockyard fully employed. Duriing the time of the late Government, as they knew, a. large nlllnl" of mein were discharged, and they knew from statements made by members of the late Government that had they remained in, office there would have been still more (liv- chargs. Although much remained to be done, lie was glad to be able to say that since the change of Government they had succeeded in ma intaining sufficient work to keep the men employed, and he undersotood the policy of the Admiralty rto continue to find suffiint work for Pembroke Dock- yard He had heard a member of the late GoveMMneTut describe the Dockyard as mori- bund. He hoped, however, that member would live to see many m-ore fine ships built at Pembroke. One of the drawbacks which at Mil.ford had to contend against was thait ;j:f when fishing off the coast of Portugal they sold fish there they had to pay heavy duty. He thought that might be re- moved without extreme retaliatory measures suM as TariffRe formers advocated.
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Cottage Gardening. CARDIGANSHIRE RECOMMEND ATIOT. INSTRUCTION AT EVENING CLASSES. A quarterly meeting of the Cardiganshire Education Committee M as held at Lampeter Town, Hall om< Thursday, the 23rd inst., Mr D. C. Roberts, Aberystwith, the chairman, presiding. Mr D. E. Jones, H.M. Inspector for Tech- nological Instruction and Evening Schools, with Mr D. Thomas, H.M.I., laid before tho 001111,mdttee certain points connected with tho eveniing schools of Cardiganshire, and. sug- gested various ways by which they might be improved. Mr Jones commented upon the absence ol cookery instruction at those schools, and sug- gested that cottage gardening might be in- eluded to advantage in the curriculum. It was an extraordinarj' fact that in no place in Wales was cottage gardening taught in the evening schools, and in an agricultural county like Cardigan its absence was to deplored. They should also endeavour to make those evening schools more attractive than they were, in order to prevent the which now generally occurred between the time children left elementary schools—often two OT three years, when they often loafed about the streets, leaning up against lamp- posts, and smokiing cigarettes—and the time when they were attracted to evening schools, and he suggested that in cases where school fees were now charged they should be remitted as an encouragement to children) to continue to pursue a course of study. After discussion, the Clerk was authorised to draiw out a memorandum, on the lines sug- gested by the inspectors, for distribution among the local managere and teachers. STUDENTS AT 65. The authorities of the University College of Wales Aberystwith, (reported that- seven of the students of that college who attended the short course in agriculture at the above college failed at the examination, although on the whole they worked diligently and showed interest in the classes which they had attended. The question of discontinu- ing the maintenance in respect of those failures was discussed. Mr J. H. Davies, the college registrar, stated that there was 110 doubt it was the most successful class ever held at the college. Some of the students were 60 years of age, and could not be ex- pected to write a paper as well ,as some of the young men who won srholarships. The former would turn the knowledge they had secured to .perhaps better account on their farms than the young men. The Clerk stated that "progress" and "conduct" were reported as satisfactory.—Mr Robert Ellis: I count that of more importance than the examination paper. We have examinations written to death.—It was decided only to continue maintenance in cases of passes. TEACHERS' SALARIES. Mr C. M. Williams, Aberystwith, referring to the recently revised scale of salaries for head teachers, said he saw great difficulties in its operation unless they modified it in two instances. In cases of small schools with, average attendance up to 40, they should fix the salary foremen a-t £ 60 to £ 70, and for females at £ 55 to> £ 60. They should also fix the salary of head teachers of schools of over 150 average attendance. These suggestions were referred back to the Finance Com- mittee for consideration. •Mr C. M. Williams reported upon the interview which Welsh representatives had had with the President of the Board of Edu- cation in regard to secondary school grants, and said that as far as Cardiganshire was concerned it would be very advantageous for tlio.m to accept Mr Mclvenna's offer, as it "would 1mea.1i1 many hundreds of pounds a year to that county. Three delegates were ap- pointed to attende the adjourned confer- nce, which is to be held at Shrewsbury. Mr J. fH. Davies, registrar of the Univer- sity College of A\ alos, Aberystwith, and the Council's Clerk 01V Jenkin James) were asked to represent the committee at the 24 th Comigress of the Royal Sanitary Insti- tute, to Ibe held at Cardiff next July. Mr Luke, of Pembrokeshire, was appointed headmaster of Dinewiid Council School, Mr T. Owen, Jones having withdrawn his accept- ance on the grounds that the country was too open, the weather severe, and his health not of the best. A letter from Mr J. W. Nicholas, Clerk to the Carinai"tlienshire Education Committee, asking the committee to join them in meet- ing the costs of the audit of the joint county school at Llandyssul, was referred to the II rnairoo Committee, who are to be requested to consider all questions relating to joint schools. TREGARON COUNTY SCHOOL. Mr Morgan Morgan, clerk to the Tregaron County School Governors wrote asking for power to build a kitchen, a workshop, aaid an extra classroom at Tregaron, school at a coat of £ 500, this sum to be charged oil the clisti ict. Unless xliosc 'buildings "vvero pro- vided the school grant Mould be imperrilled. As the question was one of urgency7, a com- mittee was authorised to deal with the plans so that the work could be proceeded with wuthout delay. 1 lie c-O'imnitt-e'e had under consideration lie advisability of appointing uncertificated teachers to the headship of small schools with average attendance of about 30. Mr Robert Ellis, Aberystwith, in moving such an appointment in, the case of Aberffrwd Council iSchool where the headmistress had resigned, sard that, since the appointed dav the committee had increased tlm salaries of -f-Vonn11 in that meeting »>y over £ -,000 and at the last college -increases were given to the extent of £ 150 to that class of ..T' u"*y at that question not 110111 the standpoint of the N.U.T. but io,m a business staiidipoint, and out of con- side ration for their uncertificated teach ere I he C hairman said that whilst lie sym- pathised with the case mentioned they must not allow the standard of the teaching pro- fessiciii, to (become low". The Clerk said it) won d be unfair to the other uncertificated teachers in tlieor employ if they made the S -'i as suggested by Mr Ellis. It "U,- vi 1 a ^1Sf'ble to advertise the vacancy. ,ls. said they would simply be creatine is, 01 ti m that district unless they approved c the appointment of Miss Edwards, who had been recommended by the managers, the Committee ultimtely appointed that lay to th headship of Aberffrwd school at a salary of £ 52 per annum, the headteacher who lT'Signed having £ 70. It was reported that the Carmarthenshire CTT* ♦» of Mamlrssnl IfttrrnKnliak. Sch™' tSd their offer was accepted. > aJWl Council to nt, <1(<M(kHlr t0 ask the County County Cound'rip»H^aFreSr tt>r> Ff'l'io + ri 11 v Health Committee, Rwal rmm:¥ee'-and the Kuial Di;.t 1 ict Councils in Cardiganshire, 01 the puipose of considering the question of medcal inspect,on of schools, and of deciding upon the feasibility of concerted act.o..i on the part of the different author^ ties concerned.