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<T All B ]Es3' work* <f: :>j.- fl'm Puritan Soap, the only household olive oil soap. Popularity hasn't spoiled me and I'm if| j| not going to let it. I've some things to be proud || P of, though I say it "as shouldn't." I've got a §| E pedigree. It goes back 164 years next, month, so I §1 f| reckon Thomas of Bristol (my makers) mu.st know ll H a little about making soap. Of course it was & lucky g| El idea when they hit upon olive oil. Don't confuse B 9 me with a baby food advertisement when I say it's 1| H the olive oil makes me what I am. j|l It I'm a worker, not a shirker. I'm happiest || H where there's most work to be done, for I know || ■ there's good stuff in me. || R I met a fellow the other day, nice looking B too he was. He was as downhearted as I'm II H raerry. "I tremble to think," he said, "of the Si || day they put me in the wash tub, for I shall || 5 just melt away and disappear. I shall waste away, gl ■ I know I shall." "Don't cry, old chap," said I, |l ■ "or you'll disappear before you get to the wash El B tnb—I'm Puritan, the olive oil soap," said I, "and 11 S they put me into a suit of armour before I came fl B out into the world" (meaning, you know, the || B hardening process which Thomas of Bristol use). 11 B He's there still, the other chap—on the shelf. || B Pm just ready notv to come and do your washing, H B and if I harm a single gar- 3 B ment—spoil one bit of linen Q1J £ g B or woollen—send what is *5 2 S B left of me back to Thomas, 11 B Bristol—and they will return FULL POUND S ■ your money. Of course, PURITAN SOAP § B you'll not send me back c §1 B to Bristol, for I shan't Soap that || ■^s^harm—I can't. CANNOT HARM 11 t, I o;<i3?uritan 'i:> ,'@Wé mishap ■ Mr. E. T. Davies, F.R.C.O., Conductor Merthyr and District Choral Society, Honorary Examiner and Local Representative Royal Academy of Music and Royal College of Moaic, Member of Council of the Incorporated Society of Musicians. Local Secretary Trinity College, London; Music Master Merthyr County School, etc., etc., GIVES LKSSONS IN Singing, Organ and 'pianoforte Playing, Harmony, Counterpoint, Orchestration, &c. PUPILS PREPARED FOR THE R.C.O., R.A.M., AND ALL RELIABLE EXAMINATIONS. Recent mcceases of Pupils inclade:-A.R.C.O., L.R.A.M. (2), Advanced Honours Associated Board &A.M., R.C.M. Senior and other Certificates Trinity College, London; First and Special Prizes Royal National Eisteddfod, &c., &c. on= Lessom given oii Fine 3-Manual Organ. ZST CARTREFLE, MERTHYR TYDFIL. MR. W. J. WATKINS, F.R.G.O., L.R.A.M. (PIANO) (Organist St. John's Parish Church, Conductor Dowlais Male Voice Party, Member Incorporated Society of Musicians, Solo Pianist and Accompanist), « GIVES LESSONS IN- Singing, Organ and Pianoforte Playing, Harmony, Counterpoint, Musical Form, &c. Engagements accepted for Organ Recitals, Concerts, Eisteddfodau, &c. for Terms apply 18, MORLAIS STREET, DOWLAIS; or at BURR'S MUSIC WAREHOUSE, MERTHYR. Abercfnoa visited Mondays—3, Mountain Ash-road. I Burr's Music Warehonse, Merthyr, Tuesdays «irp ttt T T1WTQ (Organist and Choirmaster Market Square Church, villiJv. V* • JJ JU W iw. Local representative: London, College of Music. College of Violinists and late Conductor of the Merthyr Orchestral Society.) GIVES LESSONS IN Violin, Organ and Pianoforte Playing, Theory, &c. JOB TERMS APPLY— • — —— Mr. W. Lewis, 35, Thomas Street, MERTHYR. D. 1M. DAVIES, F.T.S.C., A.R.C.O, PIANIST, ORGANIST, CONDUCTOR AND ADJUDICATOR, ORGANIST OF BETHANIA, DOWLAIS (Successor to Mr. HARRY EVANS\ TEACHER OF THE PIANOFORTE, ORGAN, SOLO SINGING, HARMONY, COUNTERPOINT, INSTRUMENTATION, &c. Pupils Prepared for all Merthyr Vale, Mountain Ash and Keliable Exams. Rhymney visited Weekly. Address GLASFRYN, PENYDARREN, MERTHYR iT RICHT ACROSS THE BACK u !*» Nurse James's Pills I take the PAIN OUT. | ISV Ti And Cure Debility, Nervousness, Anaemia, Hysteria, Headache, Ej M Wr Constipation, and Female Ailments. Take no Imitations. B n 1/li, 2/9 and 4/6 per box, post free. | I From HENRY^M. LLOYD, J J CHEMIST, MERTHYR | .> -q- I MERTHYR TYDFIL TDRIISH BATHS Hot and Cold Water Baths SPECIAL ARRANGEMENTS have been made for an experienced trained Nurse to be in attendamce on Tuesdays (ladies' day).. Mr. JOHN PORTER has had over 20 years practical experience at some. oNe best establishments HI the country, and is making arrangements for the Naupein Treatment in addition to Sulphur Brine, Pine, Sulphur Vapour, Pine Vapour and -Plain Vapour Baths at reasonable charges. LADIES' DAY, TUESDAYS. Note Address- BelowParlsll Church. HOOPING-COUGH i t E —— CROUP c 9 The Celebrated Effectual Cure without ■ v H Internal Medicine. D 2 I ROCHE'S I I HERBAL EMBROCATION. I n B Will also be found very efficacious in Ej I BRONCHlTIS/LUMBAGO, and 1 d B RHEUMATISM. 1 £ ■ Price 4s. per Bottle, of all Chemists. H y ■ W. EDWARDS & SON. 157, Queen Victoria U Street, London, Eng. n 7 -< CLARKE'S B 41 PILLS are warranttd to euro, in fi either sex. all acquired or constitutional Discharges 0 frem the Urinary Organ?: Gravel, and Pains in the back. Free from Mercury. Establishe-d upwards of 30 years. In boxes 4s. 6(1. each, of all Cheroists and Patent Medicine Vendors throughout the World. 01 n sent for sixty stamp? by tllp, makers. The Lincoln aR t Midland tlflti Cfpeafljr. Liawlfti a

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