THE CURE OF CONSUMPTION. The reports as to the success of Dr. A la bone's treatment continue to be of a most encourage- ing character, and there can be little doubt but that he is justified in taking the stand he does. 'Consumption,' he says, 'ca)i be cll)-eel.' Let the patient combine with the doctor, let his remedial treatment be conscientiously applied and adopted, and with time and patience no result is too good to be true. Even the possibility of alleviating this terrible insidious and almost invariably fatal disease has taxed all the energies of the ables doctors. Koch tried, indeed, to effect a cure We all 1 know how he foiled. Inoculation, certainly, is not the true remedy to which consumptive people must look for help. Consumption is supposed to dq incurable after a specified stage has been reached in the progress of the disease. 'Not so,' says Dr. Alal)one-and we pause, asttnished, expectant. The theory of the causes engendering con- sumption is a field for gigantic research; the results of its ravages are, unfortunately, only too clear, though we see cause and effect, and say, It is Consumption, the end is—death.' We have remained for the most part terribly ignorant of any means to arrest the fatal progress of this most horrible foe 8f our national life and civilisation. Amongst so much conjecture, so much futile 1 striving, it is cheering to know that Dr. Alabone has discovered a clue to this mystery. We are pleased to find that this treatment is now being successfully adopted by many members of the profession. A most successful specialist in cases of consumption, his position in the world of medicine is absolutely unique. Cases are instanced and authoritatively vouched for, which have been actually cured, even when in an advanced stage of the disease. Dr. Alabone does not contend that such cases are always curable, but he states convincingly, that even then many cases have been cured. The nature of the treatment is set forth ably and concisely in The Cure of Consumption, Chronic Bronchitis, Asthma and Catarrh,' by EDWIN W. ALABONE, M.D., Phil., U.S.A., D.Sc., Ex-M.R.C.S., Eng., by Exam., 1870, A Price 2s. bd., p-ost free of Author, Lyntou Mouse, Mighbury Quadrant, London, A". The work is in its 30th edition (138th thousand), the record ol an enormous number of authen- ticated cases of cure being of the greatest interest. The volume is full of practical suggestiona and is most comprehensive. It contains 0 mass of information of vital importance to those suffering from chest complaints. Xo such as are unable, whether from distance or other causes, to consult Dr. Alabone personally, we would strongly recommend its perusal. Such LIC I sufferers can be treated by means of written directions without the necessity cf a personal interview, when this is difficult or impossible. Dr. Alabone has penetrated far beyond the futile and half-heaited measures ot resisting the insidious advances of consumption, and d thousands ackowledge their gratitude, and we wish Dr. Alabone the universal recognition which is due to his arduous& successful labours in combating this most insidious' malady.
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On and from the ist April, Rams will be conveyed between stations on the Cambrian Railways at a charge as for Two Dogs, with a minimum of Two shillings each Ram. The TOURIST TICKETS to the Cambrian Tourist Resorts during the Winter months, are now available for Two Months, and these Tickets are also issued from London. Every Saturday during June, July, August, September, CHEAP WEEKLY O'R FORTNIGHTLY TICKETS are issued from London, Oxford, Banbury, Ltamington, Kenilworth, and Coventry, to the Cambrian Coasts, and certain inland stations, available to return on Monday, Monday Week, on Monday Fortnight, and on the following Saturday, on Saturday Weeks. Tickets at same fares are also issued during the same period on every Monday to London, Oxford, Banbury, Leamington, Kenilworth, and Coventry, available to return following Satur- day, on Saturday Week. Every information can be obtained from Mr. W. H. Gough, Superintendent of the Line, Oswestry. Oswestry. C. S. DENNISS, General Manager. Corris (iarbtn, ^ouitrrr, attit litftusfrutl boiu. AUGUST 21st, 1897. In addition to a FINE DISPLAY of Garden Produce, &c., Poultry, Cows, Dogs, Carving, &c., the following interesting competitions will take place Slate Splitting, Shearing, Single & Double Hand Boring! GRAND OPEN SHEEP DOG TRIALS. FIRST PRIZE, £2. — Of SILVER CHALLENGE CUP Will be awarded to the One who takes the greatest number of FIRST PRIZES three years in succession. All Entries Close AUGUST 16TH. Catalogues may be had from the Secretary, 11. WILLIAMS. Please Note Change of Date from August 14th, to August 21st, 1897. OWEN JONES, A.C., CORPORATE ACCOUNTANT, & PUBLIC AUDITOR. BARMOUTH. TOWYN COUNTY INTERMEDIATE SCHOOL. HEADMASTER D. H. DAVIES, B.A-. MISTRESS Miss J. E. JENKINS. SCIENCE MASTER THOMAS JONES, A.R.C.S. CLASSICAL MASTER THOMAS G. ROBERTS, B A. (Late of the University of ParisJ. Music Miss MAY ROBERTS. TEACHER IN COOKERY AND LAUNDRY Miss A. DANIEL isi Class Diplomee K.T.S.C. ('LondonJ. In commodious and permanent buildings. A Chemical Laboratory equiped for 30 students with the best apparatus procurable now ready. Also a School of Cookery and Laundry Work for the Girls. Classes formed to prepare for Matriculation at the Universities of London and Wales. Tuition fees, Z5 per annum. Boarders re- ceived by Headmaster at low charges. Next term will commence on The ANNUAL SCHOLARSHIP'^ EXAMINATION will be held in July. For particulars apply to the Clerk. Prospectus on application to Headmaster or E- J. EVANS, Clerk to the Govel-izoy s. ESGIDIAU! ESG1DIAU!! PRYNWCH EICH ESGIDIAU YN SIOP DAVIES, ALBERT HOUSE, MACHYNLLETH Ceir ganddo Eiddo Da, Rhad, Ffasiynol, a DIGONEDD 0 LE I DDEWIS. Newydd dderbyn STOC ANFERTHOL o Esgidiau Haf. Gwneir a thrwsir esgidiau ar y lie. THE BALA MINERAL WATER CO. BALA, NORTH WALES, a PURE AERATED WATERS. SUPPLIES IN PATENT GLASS-STOPPERED & ORDINARY CORK BOTTLES Also in SYPHONS. \Carriage paid on 12 doz. & upwards to any Railway Station.J :0- Address:— Bala M.W., Co., BALA. CYlfAlLL Y FEE EM W it A'lt GWEITHIW It YW OLEW MORRIS EVANS A'I CWMNI, FFESTINIOG. At y Crydcymalau, Briwiau, Llosgiadau, Y Ddanodd, Piles, Diphtheria, &c., &c. Hon yw Meddyginiaeth Ryfeddaf yr Oes, ac y mae yn sicr wedi profi liyny i filoedd o'n Cwmpas. Mae yn awr ar Werth gan y Grocers trwy Gymru a Lloegr. Nid oes eisiau ond i cliwi roddi prawf arno, na byddwclt yr 1111 farn a'r miJoedd. Y Tystiolaethau i'w Gael trwy eicli Grocers lleol. Gelwcli am dano. Ni ddylai yr un teulu fod hebddo. Mae yn sicr, diogel, a rhad. Cofied Gweithwyr a Ffeiimvyr fod I yr Olew liwn yn gaffaeliad arbenig iddynt. GWERTIIIR MEWN POTELAU Is. I'C.; Is. 6e; 2s. 6c.; a 10s. Allan o'r Wasg. Yn Swyddfa Madoc, Tremadog. Y ddau Rifyn Cyntaf o'r "BRYTHON," Pedwar plyg, yr hwn a argreffir yn un gyfrol (Royal Octavo), sefyr un blygiad a'r rhai olaf. Dygir ef allan mewn 12 o Rifynau 6c yr un, a gellir tanysgrifio am dano yn rhifynau ncu yn gyfrol. Niargreffir ond y rhif y taiiysgrifii, am dano. Derbynir enwau gan y Llyfrwerthwyr, neu yn Swyddfa'r NLGEsylil), NOTICE OF REMOVAL. MRS. EVANS, Late of 5, College Green, Towyn, begs to announce her removal to Z", DYSYNNI HOUSE, 14,^COLLEGE TERRACE, being more commodious premises. And also takes this opportunity of thanking the public for their kind support in the past; and hopes by strict attention to business, to merit a continuance of the same. APARTMENTS FOR VISITORS. COMMERCIALS ACCOMMODATED AT REASONABLE TERMS. Aote the Address MRS. EVANS, DYSYNNI HOUSE, 14, College Terrace, TOWYN. CAMBRIAN RAILWAYS. RAIL & COACH EXCURSIONS. Excursions by Rail aud Coach are run every week day up to September 30th, from the Cambrian Watering Places on the AYelsh Coast to the following places of interest— Abersocli lieddgelert Cader Idria Cataract Waterfall Corris C w mrhaiadr Waterfall Devil's Bridge Dolgoch Waterfall Dysynni Valley Glaspwll Cascade Cwmbychan Lake Hannv Y;illev illocliras 181alicl Llyfnant Valley Maentwrog N antgwillt ] Kevin Raven Waterfall i Precipice Walk TalylJyn Lake Torrent Walk ( T'ynygroes ( Tany bwlch A 11(1 ill sn tn' 1 Lake Vyrnwy, DinEls Mawddwy, Ewlelioerdurws ( Pass, Llanymawddwy, and Dolgelley, on days shown in Hail and Coach Tour Programme. For further particulars, see bills to be had gratis it all Cambrian Stattons. C. S. DENNISS, General Manager. HYDROPATHIC BATHS, BORTH. -4.- Turkish, Russian, Vapour, Electric, Hot and Cold Salt Water.. Seaweed, and all known Baths, are now open every MONDAY, THURSDAY, and SATURDAY. Safe cure for Rheumatism in Joints and Spine, Dispepsia and Corpulency. .L y Dr. Jones, Physician of the Establishment, can be consulted at any time. I Prices for series of 12 half price. J, HOHENBURG, Proprietor. 1- SEFYDLWYD 1857. iftrí. Jtturpljn a Eqhrkg, DEINTYDDION. (Honorary Dentists to the Aberystwyth Infirmary and Cardiganshire General Hospital.) Cornel TERRACE ROAD a CORPORA- TION STREET, ABERYSTWYTH. Cyfi)irÙtl Ll,ljtllyrau-54 Terrace JioaS, Aberystwyth. Bycld Ir. HüWLLY yn MACHYNLLETH.—Y Cyntaf a'r Trydydd ddydd Mercher yn mliob Mis. Yn bresenol o t hyd 5 o'r glocli yn nhy Mrs. J. Hughes, Dovey View. TOWYN.—Yr Ail a'r Pedvverydd d.lydd Gwener yn mhob Mis. Yn bresenol o 2 liyd 5 o'r gloch yn nliy Mrs. Jones, 43 High Street, ger y ^Railway Station. Bydd Mr. ROWLI-Y yn Aberystwyth dydd Llun, dydd Mawrth, a dydd lau ya mliob wythnos. Dydd Sadwrn wrth gytundeb. Gyllenwir Daiu-dd atyr Egwyddorion Goreu. Ni Raid Tynu y Gwreiddiau. Nis gellir rhagori ar y Danedd llY11 nirv.ai ym- ddangosiad, cysur, parhad, ac isjibris. DEFXYDDIK Y MATEIUOX GCHum YX UXlG. Sicrheir Boddlonrwydd. Llenwir Danedd. Cymhwysir Danedd Blant, &c. Sylwch ar y Cyfeiriad. Cynglioriad Hhad. Siaredir Cymraeg. Y Te goreu a mwyaf rhinweddol ydyw ALLADIN'S MAGIC TEA, Mewn pacedi Sib. [a I ilb. • ■ ■ 1 '"■P. MAGIC. J Pris 2s. a! 2s. 6c pwys. I Y mae y TE ardderchog hwn yn anghydmarol am Nerth ei Ffrwythlondeb a'i Arogl Hyfryd. Gellir ei gael yn wholesale o 5, Button Street, LIVERPOOL, MACHYNLLETH Ifountn Intrnnfiuatc ^rljool -:û:- School Re-opened Monday Sept. 21, 1896. o: The School Year is divided into Three Terms. Fees £ 2 per Term £ 5 per year payable in advance. Remission when more than one from a family. I-lead Master: MR. H. H. MEYLER, M.A, (Formerly Scholar of Jesus College, Oxford; and late Assistant-Master at Mill Hill School, London, JSr. W. Assistant-Master: MR. EVAN JONES, B.A., (Lond.), Inter. B.Se. (Iolld.) University College of Wales. Assistant-Mistress Miss LILLY LUMLEY. (Late Scholar of the University College of North Wales) Recent Successes in Cambridge Local (one u I mark of distinction) and in Science and Art Departments Examinations, First and Advanced Stages. EXAMINATION FOR SCHOLARSHIPS. The Examination for Scholarships in con- nection with the above school will be held on Saturday' July 24, 1897, conducted by Mr. A. T. Tetley, M.A., Newtown. The subjects of Examination will consist of Reading, Writing, Arithmetic, English'Gram- mar, Geography, English History, Dictation, and Welsh Translation. Alternative qnestions will be set covering the work done in the above-mentioned Subjects, jy Standards V., VI., and VII., in accordance kvith Education Code in which candidates will JC allowed to exercise a choice. Bursaries will be granted by the Governors :o Scholars sufficient to cover the estimated expenses of travelling to and from school. Intending candidates should send in their lames on forms supplied for the purpose, to :he undersigned, not later than Saturday, July 17th. JOHN ROWLANDS, Clerk to the Governors, May 28, 1897, MACHYNLLETH. Bydd. SALE FAWR Commerce House DOLGELLAU, YN DECHREU Y Sadwrn Cyntaf yn AW ST, AniONWCII AM UN O'R CATALOGUES. DROS Wt5lOOO 0 STOCK. AM AGOS Haner y Prisiau Arfelol. e PERCHENOGION. J HOME FROM HOME. VISITORS TO LLANDRINDOD WELLS, Should stay at MRS, G. M. BENBOW, MAENOL,' PARK CRESCENT, CENTRAL POSITION and close to PARK, PUMP ROOM, and BATHS, POST OFFICE, and MARKET HALL, only 3 fvliNU 1'c.S WALK from the RAILWAY STATION. Board or without board. Moderate Prices.