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I I Russell Brown 8' ■ ■■ 1 Adare Street, BRIDGEND. III Watches and Clocks of Best Quality & Design r, YEARS WARE INTIES. Newest Gold and Silver Jewellery, Hall Marked. | 22-Ct. & 9-ct. WEDDING RINGS, Splendid Present I Eye Optics fitted to all sights. Jf. r Medical prescriptions accurately supplied. i j § I Dressing Cases and I Leather Goods. I Great Variety of I Fancy Goods- I" At lowest prices. I — All Repair Orders receive I prompt and personal attention. Old Jewellery restored I as nev. t -*■ | NOTICE OF REMOVAL. ? POSTING POSTING POSTING I i Wm. E. THOMAS, Posting Master r • Bridgend, I Begs to inform his Customers and the Public generally jg that he has removed his Posting business from the f- York Hotel Stables to the if; f WYNDHAM HOTEL STABLES, BRIDGEND k Hearse, Mourning Coaches, Landaus, Brakes, Waggon- I ettes and Dog Carts may be had on the shortest notice '1' at most reasonable terms. I&- Special charges for Golfers. Good Livery and Bait Stabling. Telegrams Wyndham Stables, Bridgend. b f EOTAL EXCHANGE ASSURANCE. vi. { INCORPORATED A.D., 1720. | Funds Exceed • •• wt ••• £ 5,150,000. ? Claims Paid Exceed 442,000,000. *-■ fire. Life, Marine, Employers' Liability, Accident, Burglary, and Fidelity Guarantee. MODERN & IMPROVED SYSTEM OF ASSURANCE. Ow Fire Polioiea of the Corporation extend to oever low or damage by LIGHTNING, whether th< go"= iy Insured be eet en fire thereby or not. farmers Liability and the Workmen's Compensatien Aot oevered at equitable ratea. For cartioalan aDDly— MR. D. J. OWTN. Metropolitan Bank, Bridgend. Meiers. GWYN & GWYN. Solicitors, Cowbridge. P.O. TELEPHONE :-No. 63. J. C. HITT & SONS, PLUMBERS, I Sanitary, Lighting, Ventilating, Horticultural and Heating Engineers, QUEEN STREET, BRIDGEND. ESTIMATES FREE. Drains and Sanitary Arrangements Tested with the latest appliances, and reports made thereon. 4110 PRINTING. PRINTING. 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REMEMBER I The 5th of November ————— AND BUY CRANE'S ————— FIREWORKS I The largest, cheapest, and best quality goods in the Market. Wholesale and Retail Agents H. WOODWARD & Co., Ltd., Wholesale & Retail Fancy Merchants, BRIDGEND. Agents in all the surrounding Districts remember to have CRANE'S 3d., 6d., Is., & 2/6 assorted boxes. THE TEMPLE OF FASHION CLEARANCE SALE NOW ON Genuine Bargains in all Departments. E. RELETS HO WEILL, TEMPLE OF FASHION (Late Williams & Co.) Wyndham Street, BRIDGEND. tr PAINS 11 ~fk HERE S ? EERBYLO THE NEW DISCOVERY MIXTURE 2s. 9d. Positively cures Dyspepsia, Gastritis Stomach, Catarrh, and Ulcerated Stomach. Used in Castles, Mansions, Courts, and Nursing Institutions. Eerbylo Tablets lOjd., Is. licl., 2s. 9d. The unfailing cure for Indigestion, Constipation, Billiousness, Sick Head- ache, Liver, and all Nerve Complaints, speedily removes wind, and that giddy, swimming and falling sensation. IF SO, It is a sure sign your food does not digest, and to avoid serious suffering you should immediately take I EERBYLO Shaftesbury, Ilfracombe, Dear Sirs, .Tune 30th, 1908. Yes, I was treated at various times by Weston, Ilfracombe, and London Doctors, for Indigestion, Dyspepsia, Gastritis, and Ulcerated Stomach. I used to vomit everything taken, even soda and milk. I became seriously ill, and terribly nervous. lean honestly assure you "Eerbylo" cured me, else. Yours truly, Mks. CHAJLES. Sold by Chemists and Stores, or direct from Pro- rietors, British Medicine Co., Laboratory, 70 Walter Road, Swansea. FREE. Write for Booklet, and Diet for Dyspeptics. Enclose Stamped envelope. ESTABLISIIEfJ 1753. AUTUMN. 1908. SPECIAL STOCKTAKING OFFER Affording an Exceptional Opportunity to buyers, at almost Wholesale Prices, 0 of First-Class Qualiiy of Well-Transplanted Trees and Shrubs, in Excellent Condition for Removal. ø- A List with Quotations Gratis and Post Free. J. C. WHEELER & SON, Ltd. NURSERYMEN, &C., Telegrams—Wheeler, Gloucester. T /STT Telephone No. 157. VjTjLjKJ U UiJlJ X Hill W EVANS Saddler'Collar'and Harness Maker 1 Nolton Street, Bridgend. BEGS te inform the public generally that he has opened business at the above address, where he has a grand display of Riding Saddles and Bridles, Carriage and Cart Harness, Portmanteaus, Travelling Cases and Bags, Leggings, Carriage Lamps, Purses, Rugs, Whips, etc., etc. Farmers waited upon at their farms by exp erienced workmen. Collieries contracted for or materials supplied. W.E. trusts by strict personal attention, with good workmanship and mateaol, to merit a share of your patronage. 9011 HORNIMAN'S I PURE TEA Always Good Alike. In Packets Only, and Fall Weighb without Wrapper. STRONG. RICH. DELICIOUS. Sold in Bridgend by- David Williams & Sona, Grocers, Wyndham Sbreeb (Special Wholesale Agents). Weeley Williams, Bookseller, Old Post Office. Pencoed-Evane, Grocer. Kenfig Hill-Bowen, Post Office. „ Edwards & Co., Chemists Pontycymmer- Davies, Grocer, Oxford Sbreeb. Porthcawl-La.ngdon'e Stores. Ogmore Vale-Llewellyn, Chemist, Post Office. Aberkenfig-Ritchings & Sons, Grocers. „ Davies, the Stores. Briton Ferry-J. Crews, Grocer. Blaengarw-Davies & Co., American Stores. Abergwynfi-W. H. Williams, Grocer. Cwmavon-Arnold, Chemist, Supply Stores. Pootrhydyfen-oo-operative Society. Cowbridge-Llewellyn, Chemist). „ -Miles, Grocer. „ —Thomas, Chemisb. Llantrisant—Lewis & Co., Grocers. Pontyclun-Roberts, Grocer. Will iamstow n-Phillipo, Grocer. Penygraig-Thomas, Alverton Hoase. Caerau-Powell, X.L.O.R. Stores. Maesteg-M. Bowen, Grocer, Garth Shop. „ A. Griffiths, Chemist, Commercial-st. Leake & Co., 19 & 20, Commercial Sb. Ferndalo-David Powell, The Tea Caddy (Whote- sale Agent). 8731 BOXING DAY, 1908.1 Bridgend EISTEDDFOD. To the Male Voice Party of not less than 50 in number that will best sing The Britons (Dr. D. Protheroe), Published by Mr. D. Thomas, Bryn-y-mawr, Sketty, Swansea. Prize, Æ20 To the Mixed Choir of not less than 40 in number that will best sing "Lead Kindly Light" (D. Pugh Evans), No. 589, Novello's Octavo Anthems. Prize, Æ10. To the Children's Choir of not less than 30 in number that will best sing "Sleep, my Darling, Sleep." (D. W. Lewis, Brynam- man), published by the Author. Prize, Æ5. Solos and Recitations, Æ1 Is. Also Two National Solo Con- tests, Æ4 4s. each, male & female, any song, at Grand Evening Concert. Programmes ready shortly, apply to the Secretaries, Anthony Lewis, 3, Dunraven Terrace, Bridgend, and John Lewis, Saddler, 41, Wyndham Street, Bridgend. 8959 y FOR WINTER'S WINDS." ? MUMFORD'S? DERMOLLINE Renders the SKIN beautifully SOFT AND WHITE. IS NEITHER STICKY NOR GREASY. Pleasant to use and delightfully perfumed. Ef- fectually removes and prevents all Roughness, Redness, Chaps, and allays Irritation of the Skin, caused by Hard Water and Cold Winds. Sold only in Bottles, 6d. and Is. each. Special size, post free for Is. With the above use MUMFORD'S DERMOLLINE SOAP Absolutely Pure, Free from Colouring Matter and excess of Alkali. Sold in Tablets, 4d. each 3 for Is. To be obtained only from RICHARD MUMFORD, M.P.S. (late Jenkins), Family and Dispensing Chemist, WYNDH'AM STREET, BRIDGEND. ? National Telephone 149. 8012 ? t ..11 11 F. T. MOSSFORD & Co. MONUMENTAL MASONS, COtTY STREET, BRIDGEND. Also at Fairoak Road, Cardiff, and Tynewydd Rd., Barry. W Prices and designs sent on request. 6419 W. T. DAVIES, COLLECTOR OF RENTS AND ACCOUNTS, 21, Talbot Street, MAESTEG, AND 15, Wyndham Street, BRIDGEND. 7697 The Oldcastle Refreshment Rooms. BRIDGEND. GOOD BREAKFASTS, DINNERS, TEAS, AND BEDS. At moderate prices. D. R. EDWARDS, Proprietor. 8755 MORTGAGES. MR. EDWARD BRAMLEY, Auctioneer, has several sums of money, from £ 100 to £ 600, available for investments on good securities.— Apply with particulars to his offices, Station Hill, Bridgend. 8689 MINES INSPECTORATE, & Colliery Managers' Exams. Postal Lessons. 61 out of 62 students of The Cambrian Mining School," Porth, success- fill at last Cardiff Exam., and 100 per cent of passes last Bristol Mine Managers' Exam. (Sept). Write for Syllabus. 8964 < GET IT AT RICH'S L RICH The Chemist, Bridgend and Gilfach Goch. I For 2j years we have sold I Thoito'c 9 only the best kinds of I a Drags, Sundries, Photo ■ Right and ooas, etc., etc., and bave H been amply rewarded by 8 WPOIIg. the steady growth of our business. The Right Way. a WPOIIg. the steady growth of our business. The Right Way. is to serve others as we would be served. We will not, on any account, stock inferior goods. Our aim is to make a reputation for quality, which we are happy to say has been achieved. W rong Way. is to buy inferior goods, sell at a big profit, and not trouble if customers are disgusted; but get the extra profit. This IS NOT OUR POLICY. We want to please and hold our customers. Our windows this week are particularly interesting:— Armour's Vigourl one side, Fin- berg"' Cod-Liver-Oil and its prepara- tions the other. When you want anything, Get it at Riches." P.O. 'Phone. 25. Skilful Sight-Testing 7. for Spectacles. Moderate Inclusive Charges. J. HOLLIDAY, QUALIFIED Ophthalmic Optician (By Exam. London) Fellow Spectaclemaker's Company, Fellow Institute Opthalmic Opticians. tt DunraYen Place, ■ BRIDGEND. 8606 Change of Season Like change of climate, has a marked effect on the human organism. Some feel it more than others, and the symptons vary. Headaches, Lassitude, Rheumatic Pains, Chills, etc., generally herald a change of season. KERNICK'S VEGETABLE = PILLS ——— if taken according to the directions, will put you right. They are an old and tried remedy, put up in a form that is easily taken and quickly absorbed by the system. Kernick's Vegetable Pills promote the action of the stomach and lend material aid to the digestive track, forming rich blood. They clear the skin of eruptions and pimples. Sold by all Chemists and Stores in 7d., 13d., and 2s. 9d. boxes, or post free from Kernick and Son, Ltd., The Laboratory, Cardiff. 8769 Sudden Death to Large Profits. THE LINOLEUM KING IS COMING TO PAYNE'S AUCTION MART. No. 15, OXFORD STREET, PONTYCVMMER, Commencing, Friday, November 6th, and TWO FOLLOWING WEEKS. Great Sale by Public Auction of 20 TONS of Government LINOLEUM and OILCLOTH left after fitting out Government Ships' Cabins' and Saloons, Banks, Railway Stations, Law Courts, Ocean Steam Ships, &c., varying in lengths of 2 yards up to 30 yards, and from a i yard width to 4 yards. Also 2,000 pairs of Nottingham Lace Hangers and Curtains, sent in by a Nottingham Lace Manufacturer. 100 Carpets and Rugs, Bales of Real Wool, Blankets, &0., &c. For further particulars see next week's paper. 9139 Tbud ? Smile Too you had the same sat- HHHHB isfactory feeling that he has He knows that his HBHHHSA clothes are well cut and fashioned from the lat- est materials, and that the price he has paid Taj 18b f j for them is a most mod- IHBJSK«E crate one R Follow his example, f fl and bestow your tailor- ing patronage upon- I H. LEVINE, Tailor and Outfitter. g I I 2 and 3, MARKET BUILDIM;s, H I :Sati8jaction BRIDGEND. I GLAMORGANSHIRE ANNUAL PLOUGHING MATCH FEBRUARY, 1909. Prizes will be offered by the above Society for the tidiest and best-kept farms occupied by tenant farmers within the limits of the Glamorgan Hunt. Cl.ASS I.-For farms over 120 acres, 1st prize £10, fiven by the Glamorgan Hunt Wire Committee; nd prize £ 5, given by the Society. CLASS 2.—For farms over 50 acres and not ex- ceeding 120 acres, 1st prize JB8, 2nd prize J64, given I by the Society. Any competitor who has any barbed wire to in- terfere with the Hunt will be disqualified. A prize of £3 3s. will be given t. the farmer witlnn 6 miles of Cowbridge, who will place at the disposal of the committee the most suitbale land for their match to be held in February, 1909. For further particulars apply to the Secretary, John Morgan, Penvrheol Farm, St. Mary Church. 9136 To Housekeepers & Others. On and after MONDAY, OCTOBER 5th, Best Bread to be had at 5d. per 41b. Loaf, 4/6 per dozen, Wholesale, From G. E. DAVIES, CARTS all over the Country. Made from Spiller's Leathertie; also Best Yeast, D.C.L., 8d. per lb. 7d. per lb. One Bag lot. 8999 SEND stamped envelope for advice to Mrs. Wat- son, lady specialist, certain remedy. — 41, Cheapside Fishponds, Bristol. 8968 Wanted. To Advertisers.—Advertisers who send ua small advertisements that come under the various headings of our prepaid scale, are re- quested to kindly send remittance with order. YOUNG LADY Apprentices Wanted to learn Tailoring also Improvers—Apply, L. Johns, 30 Adare Street. 8986 WANTED, a respectable Young Girl, to learn Book-keeping.—Apply, Manageress, Steam Laundry, Caerau. 9001 WO APPRENTICES Wanted for Tailoring; excellent opportunity to learn trade all through,—Apply, H. Levine, Market Buildings, Bridgend. 9010 AVTANTED GENERAL immediately. —• Mrs. H Llewellyn, Penygarn Farm, Pentyrch, Nr. Cardiff. 9056 WANTED, immediately, Good Strong General. Apply to Jenkins, Blaengarw Hotel, Blaengarw. 9058 WANTED, SMART BOY as Billiard Marker at Ogmore Club. Bridgend.—Apply, between 8 and 8-30 p.m. on Saturday, the 17th instant* 9063 WANTED, experienced GENERAL; family four help given good references required; good wages.—Mrs. Rankin, Newcastle, Bridgend. • 9053 WANTED, a strong, clean Girl about 18 as General; references required.—Apply, Mrs. A. Dold, The Pines, Church Road, Bridgend. 9049 GENTLEMAN requires Apartments, neighbour- hood Coity Fields i bath.—9065 Gazette office. 9065, AGENTS ANTED.—Full and spare time Men required by a first class Insurance Company doing industrial, ordinary, endowment, and house purchase business; excellent prospectus, and no covering 21i salary and commission. Apply, District Super iiteiident, J. Watkins.Ewenny Road, Bridgend. 9073 WANTED, a Girl for Farm House, one able to milk preferred, apply as above. 9084 WANTED, Experienced General Servaut for small family.—Apply, Mrs. Dobbins, 14, Caroline Street, Bridgend. 9074 WANTED, Smart Young Lady as Apprentice to the Millinery—Ewenny Shop, Bridgend. 9105 WANTED, General Servant; reference.—Apply Green Meadow Inn, Llangeinor 9109 WANTED, respectable Young Girl as General Servant.—Apply, Mrs. Hopkins, 17 Wynd- ham Street, Bridgend. 9113 ham Street, Bridgend. 9113 WANTED, a good General Servai#.—Apply, TV Mrs. Powell,West Farm,Southemdown. 9117 WANTED, a good General, able to cook, good references.—Apply, Mrs. D. John, Duffryn Hotel, Caerau. 9122 WANTED, good General, able to wash, good 'V reference required.—Apply, Mrs. John, Trenos, Llanharran. 9124 pOMlfORTABLE FURNISHED APART- C MENTS wanted by young couple in Maesteg, one child, state terms to Green, care of Llwydarth Road Post Office, Maesteg. 9129 WANTED, Young Girl for Music Stall at Market; age about 14 or 15 years.—Apply at Market, Bridgend. 9146 WANTED, an experienced General. — Apply, Mrs. Francis, Ardwyn, Newton, Porthcawl. 9155 WANTED, immediately, two good General Servants also oung Girl, plain housework. Apply firstly, Mrs. Richard Davies, Southern- down. 9156 WANTED, a good general Servant by the end of November.—Mrs. Thomas Edwards, Cheriton, Park Street, Bridgend. 9165 WANTED, Apprentices te Dressmaking.—M. Daniel, 66 Grove Road. 9170 To be Let. TO LET—Storerooms-; Lofts, Stable, 2 stalls, and coachouse. — Apply, Wm. Griffiths, 17 Dunraven Place, Bridgend. 7953 TO LET.—Spacious Factory to Let, double floors, two office?, excellent frontage abutting on Railway Station in full view, all necessary sanitary conveniences Railway siding close to entrance private road & 60 feet of land for further extension. —Apply, Dd. Williams, Stationer, Bridgend. 9017 TO LET, those excellent rooms with immediate possession, lately occupied by Y. W. C. A.— Apply, Frank Hawkin, Dunraven Place. 9047 TO LET.—Field of excellent Lattermath in Town, with Water Supply.—Apply, X, Gazette office. 9050 TO LET.—Clifton House, Bridgend Drawing room 20ft. by 15ft., dining room 18ft. by 18ft., large kitchen, two sculleries, six good bedrooms, bath (h & c water) and usual offices; immediate possession.-Apply, Edward Bramley, Auctioneer, ridgend. 9061 TO LET.—Comfortable Lodging for two young men.—Apply, 5 Ewenny Road, Bridgend. 9064 TO LET, Furnished Apartments, sitting room and bedroom, suit one or two ladies in business or otherwise; piano; district Coity Fields; mod- erate terms.-Apply, J. E., Gazette Office. 9102 TO LET, Glanavon, Bridgend, with or without stables.—For full particulars apply, Mrs. W. Cooke, 45, Park Street, Bridgend. 8792 TO LET, Tyderwen, Comelly, Pyle, from Nov. 20th; eight rooms, garden, coach house and stables. -Apply, Mrs. Williams, Clevis House, Neath. 9096 fpO LET, Suite of Offices, Caroline Street elec- JL trie light.—Pzeece, Auctioneer. TO LBT. — Commodious Lock-up Shop, Morfa Street, Bridgend rent moderate immediate possession.—Preeee, Auctioneer. 9116 TO LET or for Sale, 3 Villas at Southerndown, pleasantly situated.—D. L. Jones, Builder, Bridgend. 9164 TO LET OR FOR SALE, Park Cottage, Park street, Bridgend, as from 29bh September, 1908.-Apply, Edward Bramley, Auctioneer, Bridgend. 8636 OFFICES TO LET. Station Hill, whole of 2nd floor 0 Court House Buildings; separate lavatory, electric light.—Apply, T. J. Hughes and Lewis. 8107 THE "PRAIRIE" OINTMENT Prepared by ———— R. HARDING, 22, Grove Road, Nantyffyllon Unsnrpaeeed for all kinds of WOUNDS, ULCER8 BURNS, SCALDS, FELONS, and RUNNING CHILBLAINS. ø- PRICE PER BOX Is. lid. Sold by M. D. Davies, Liverpool House, Nanty- ffyllon and Co-Operative Society, Caerau, Nantymoel Co-operative Society, Ogmore Vale, Co-operative Society, Nantymoel, A Nicholas, Grocer, Commercial-steet, Maeeteg, Co-operative Society, Blaengarw, Davies, Drug Stores, Ponty- cymmer, Williams, Chemist, Garn Llwyd, Maes- teg, M. Bowen, Garth Shop, Garth, Maesteg. Sole agent for Bridgend and Vale of Glamorgan— E. T. Rich, Chemist. Bridgend. TESTIMONIAL. Ty-Meine, Henry's Moat, Clarbeston Road, Pem. Mr. Harding,—Sir,—I have been suffering from wounds in my legs for many years. I was practi- cally crippled for some time, and I could get no cure until one day I was told of your Ointment. So I gave it a trial, and now I am pleased to say that all the wounds are healed with only two Is. boxes, thanks to the "Prairie" Ointment. Yours truly, MARTHA JOHN. John Bevan (Late Station Master). Agent for the Best Insurance Offices LIFE, FIRE, WORKMEN'S COMPENSATION, THIRD PARTY, FIDELITY GUARANTEE, BURGLARY, PLATE GLASS, BOILERS, MOTORS, LIVE STOCK. House Agent, Rent Collector, &c, 26, PARK STREET, 8736 BRIDGEND. For Sale. 2 HOUSES for sale at Cae Wallis Road, bathstone bays, etc., 999 years lease.-Apply, Blackmore and Thomas. 8763 T> RICKS, Bricks, Bricks.—For price and quantity apply to Manager, Evanstown Brick Works, Tondu. 8074 FOR SALE.—First class Chip Machine in good working order.—Howe, Coity Street, Bridgend 8137 SALI. Bred Golden Wyandotte Cockerels, tJ March Hatched fine birds price 7s. 6d. each on view, Orchard Cottage, Newton, Porthcawl. 9015 PURE Indian Runner Ducks, Indian Game. Anconas, and '-Langshans" for Sale.— Miss Alice Lewis, St. Mary Hill Court. 9060 FOR SALE.—7 Aylesbury Ducks and 2 Drakes, 4 months old price 28s.—Apply, 13 Australian 1 errace, Bridgend. 9062 GUN.—Double Breechloader, quite new; latest improvements; finest steel barrels; left choke well finished; nicely balanced splendid killer; approval; bargain; 388.-13, Newcastle street, Merthyr. 9052 TO BE SOLD OR LET, Fair Lawn, Coity Road. Immediate possession.—Apply, W. Francis* Ardwyn, Newton, near Porthcawl. 9086^ FOR SALE.—About 2 acres of good Swedes.— Apply, Rees Jones, Junr., Shelf Farm, Coy church. 9103 TJ10R SALE,cheap, a 4-wheel canvas-covered Van,. -1- new last year; also black mare,14 hands, 6 off. —D. W. Elias, Bon Marche, Aberkenfig. 9121 COCKEREL (pure bred), and 2 early hatched Pullets for Sale at 10s.— Mrs. Knight, Tytheg- ston Court, Bridgend. 9182 ENAMEL WARE —Every Article of British Manufacture; best value in the trade.— The Guttridge Bazaars. Address well known. 9142 EVERYBODY buys Pudding Bowls at The Guttridge Bazaars. Address well known 9143 FOR SALE by Private Treaty.—That com- modi ous leasehold dwelling house known as llGwaunbant, Pontycymmer; immediate posses- sion.—Apply to D. H. Bagnell, care of Hodges and Sons, Pontycymmer. 9148 IJ^OR SALE.—Coal Scale in good condition, weigh 2 cwt. Makers, Bartlett & Son, Bristol. Apply, Dalby, Pyle. 9138 DOGS, Cats, Horses, &c.( cared of all Diseases, including Mange, Eczema, 4c. by Newton's Cure. Stops irritation instantly. In tins 1/3 & 3/6, post 3d. Newton's "Nourrice for weaning and rearing puppies, and "So-Nyce" for invalid dogs. Tins 1/6 & 2/9, post free. ADVICE. Free on all diaeageo. -H. Newton & Co., Veterinary Chemists, Reading. Agent for Maesteg, Alfred Griffiths, Chemist. 8339 Town Hall, Bridgend. ONE NIGHT ONLY, WEDNESDAY, NOV. 4th,1908 MR. WENTWORTH CROKE Presents the NEW VERSION OF THE GREAT PLAY, THE CHRISTIAN By HALL CAINE. Direct from the Lyceum and Shaftesbury Theatres* The Greatest Dramatical Success of the London Season. Doors open 7-30, Commence at 8 o'clock PRICES Reserved Seats 3s., Second Seats, 2s., Third Seats, Is. Seats can now be booked at Messrs. Thompson & Shackell, Bridgend. DENTAL SURGERY At Nantymoel and Ogmore Vale. MR. C. MORGAN Pupil of D. T. Walker, M.D., M.R.C.S., I-D.S., Eng., late Dental Surgeon to Westminster Hospital, London, Attends at:MI'. Manley's, Out- fitter, The Square, Nantymoel Where appointments can be made. OGMORE VALE VISITED AS USUAL. Appointments can also be made with Mr. Morley. CHIEF SURUKRIES— 56, QUEEN STREET, CARDIFF. 9092 J. HORSELL & SON, SCULPTOES, Monumental Works, Pyle ESTABLISHED 1882 All kinds of Memorials in Granite, Marble or Stone Quality of Material and Workmanship Guar- anteed. Old Tombstones Renovated. 7538 THE WYNDHAM HOTEL, BRIDGEND. OMNIBUS ST" IPMX-A, ed. each Passenger1 To any part of the Town. LUGGAGE ONLY 2d. PER PACKAGE. Telephone P.O. 80 Bridgend. Orders ,can be booked at the Hotel. 9085 BISHOP BROS., Estimates COACH BUILDERS, Free. WHEELWRIGHTS, &C. Angel Street, BRIDGEND. Repairs, Painting, Upholstering and Rubber Tyreing at Moderate Prices. COAL!! COIL lIt 14/2 Per Ton AT CWMFFOES COLLIERY,CEFN CRIBBWlt A Splendid Sample of Cribbwr Coal. 909 PREPAID ADVERTISEMENTS. One Three Six Insertion Insertions.Insertions. 18 Wordi 0 6 1 0 1 8 21 Words 0 9 1 6 < 56 Words 1 0 a 0 B 0 45 Words 1 8 2 6 < 0 64 Words 1 6 < 0 A • 63 Words 1 9 8 6 I 9 73 Words 2 0 4 0 « 81 Wonia 9 < 4 I C M Every additional Line of 9 Words: One inaer* tion, 3d.; Three insertions, fid.; Six inaer* tious, Pd. The above Charges apply only to the elaueo f of Advertisements specified below, and are strictly confined to those which are PAID WO. PREVIOUS TO INSERTION if not prepaid, they will be charged by the general scale:- Apartments to Let. Miscellaneous Wantc* Apartments Wanted. Situations Wanted, House* to Let. Ymal. Apartments Wanted. Situations Wanted. House* to Let. situations Ymal.