SESSIONS & SONS, Ltd. Manufacturers and Importers of CHIMNEY PIECES, RANGES, GRATES, BUILDERS' IRONMONGERY, BATHS, SANITARY GOODS, TIMBER ROOFING SLATES, and all kinds of BUILDING MATERIALS. Showroom and Offices-Penarth Road, CARDIFF
| The old has past, the nej* hat xom% And still my goods are Number One, Of long renown my Chest Relievers. Relief for colds but not for fevera. DAVIES Chest Relievers. The Rock Shop, Caroline-St., Bridgend.
BRIDGEND SCHOOL FOR GIRLS, NEW- .0 CASTLE HILL, (Established 1835). PRINCIPALS THE MISSES LEACH. hawing Miss JESSIE LEACH (Certificated South Kensington). *» noing: „ „ Pianoforte. A SPECIAL CLASS FOR PAINTING AND DRAWING ON SATURDAYS. School Re-Opens (D.V.) Monday, April 26th. "QOLLEGIATE SCHOOL, pONTYPRIDD. Tutors JENKYN JONES, B.A. (Lond.), W. C. MORTON, B.A. (Wales). Preparations for Matriculation and other Examinations. 167 COLSTON'S SCHOOL, Stapleton, Bristol.-A Boarding School for Boys, Large Endowments, 3-fcalthy situation. Spacious Grounds ana Gardens, ^hemical and Physical Laboratories. Swimming ^th. Carpenter's Workshop. Miniature Ritie i^nge. Seven Resident Assistant Masters, i^ition, Board, Books, Stationery and Clothing, *34 per annum.—Illustrated Prospectus on appli- cation to the Head Master, ANTHONY FINN, LL.D. 198 billt- GOMER JONES Pupil of Mr. Henry Holmes (late principal Professor of Violin, Royal College of Music London). Ottttftcated Royal Academy and Royal College of Music. « College of Violinistn, London. jMnaber of Incorporated Society of Musicians. **»der of Orchestra at Treorchy Musical Festival, Xmas & Boxing Days, the past 5 years. RECEIVES PUPILS FOR VIOLIN, VIOLA, CELLO, DOUBLE BASS, MANDOLINE, THEORY & HARMONY. Professional Orchestra provided for oratorios. NANTYMOEL TUESDAY. IT OOMORE VALE WEDNESDAY Is BRIDGEND. FRIDAYS & SATURDAYS. 'tIpUa prepared for any of the Local Musical Examinations. ACCEPTS CONCERT ENGAGEMENTS. *•»*' Terms, &c., applv, Ceinfan, Coity Fields, ^dgend, and to 22, Homfray Street,Nantyffyllon. Lmftl Representative for College of Violinistn Over 200 pupils having passed the Examinations ? London College of Music, College of Violinists^ Trinity College of Music, R.A.M., and including 25 Diplomas of Associate and of Violinists. UPt. W. LEYSIELONG A.L.C.M. Certificated Royal Academy and Royal College of Music. (Otaanlat and Choirmaster of the English Congre- gational Church, Bridgend), TEACHER of the Pianoforte, Organ, Singing, and Theory of Music. ^ntymoel and Ogmore Vale visited on Mondays. Porthcawl Wednesdays. Blaengarw on Fridays. Accepts Engagements for Concerts and Eisteddfodau. terms, &c., apply to— Rocklea, Coity Fields, Bridgend. MR. T. DAYIES, MNA. Bac., A.B.C.O., A. Mus. T.C.L., VUIM BRIDGEND & PENCOED WEEKLY. VIOLIN, PIANO, & ORGAN LESSONS. *Werous successes with pupils-9 Honours As- Bociation Board R.C;M. & R. A.M. Harmony, &c., by Post. Ota..n. opened and Organ Recitals. Soloists, I vocal and instrumental provided. AÐ1>17 on Saturdays at Messrs. THOMPSON and SHACKELL, BRIDGEND. ^fldress—15, Westbourne Crescent, Cardiff. 5198 MISS B. JEANES, A.L,C.M. Certificated Royal Academy and Royal College of Music (advanced), MTJSIC TEACHER- i^lANOFORTE and THEORY at own or Pupil's Residence. Pupils Prepared for Examination. Accepts Engagements for Concerts and Eisteddfodau. Valleys Visited. Per Terms apply to 70, BRYN ROAD, TONDU. In Attendance over 20 Years. t. GRAHAM YOUNG Cental Licentiate Royal College, Surgeons), DENTAL SURGEON Successor to the late William Parson. FIRST & THIRD WEDNESDAY IN month, from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m., ab Mr. John °*»es, Chemist, 27, CAROLINE STREET. cj-jext visits August 18th, September 1st and 15th, ^tober 6th and 20th. H°A*DIN, 1st and 3rd WEDNESDAY* in every 4 to 7 p.m., at 11, STATION TERRACE. I 88ISTOL Daily except Tuesday and Wednesday, k-M. to 6 p.m., at 80. CHARLOTTE ST., PARK ST., Residence. 1> ■ **Utlesg Operations by Injecting, Nitrons | Oxide Gas, &c., &c- Y^HEELBARROWS for SALE, 200 strong and well-made, price 12s. each. Ceas. Jenkins »on, Timber Merchants, Bridgend. AND BRASS FOUNDRY, BRIDGEND. are now in a position to supply aH kinds of and Iron Castings, including Fire Bars and for all Agricultural Machinery. We also, ^rtake repairs to portable Engines and .Boilers. ^°°d Second-hand Brewer's Dray (large size)- Sale. i CHAS. JENKINS <& SON. EAGLE IMPLEMENT I -.I STORES, COWBRIDGE. =: WOOL SEASON, 1909, E. JOHN$SON fgs t0 remf1 — Farmers and others that they are still giving Full Market Prices for all classes of Wool, which can be sent to Cowbridge and Bridgend depots at any time. Wool Sheets supplied on application. Bagmen and others who are canvassing the County cannot give a better price than we can. Edward John & Son. JUNE 9th, 1909. W. EVANS. Saddler, Collar, and Harness Maker 1 Nolton Street, Bridgend. T>EGS to inform the public generally that he has opened business at the above address where he has a grand display ot—— 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 experienced workmen. Collieries contracted for or materials supplied. W.E. trusts by strict personal attention, with good workmanship and material, to merit a share of your patronage. 9011 ALL KINDS OF N 'a E-.m mff Sol& JOBBING WORK lw IV Artistic and. Commer- 0 cial, Executed in the Best Style and at Reasonable Prices, by the Glamorgan Gazette Company AT THEIR OFFICES ¡ 7, QUEEN STREET, BRIDGEND. POSTERS I Any Size, Shape or Colour. The Best and Cheapest House for Printing in Bridgend and District. Glamorgan Gazette Office Queen Street, Bridgend. Hitrh-class Artificial Teeth!! (ENGLISH AND AMERICAN). SINGLE fJlOOTH From 2s. 6d. to 10s. 6d. CROWN, B AR, AND JJRIDGB WORK. | Q OMPLB1E g & T I From £ 1 Is. 0d- to £ 5 5b. 0d. rpEBTH J1ILLED WITH QOLB AND OTHER 11A~ATEBIAL. TEETH ON MORE COSTLY MATERIAL, NAMELY GOLD, PLATINUM, AND SILVER, AT MODERATE CHARGES. ORDINARY EXTRACTIONS Is. COCAINE AND ETHER EXTRACTIONS 2e. 8d. GAS EXTRACTIONS 5e, <8T ALL WORK GUARANTEED. CONSULTATIONS FREE. NOTICE OF REMOVAL. MR. ERNEST J. ASH, R.D.S, Eng., EEHTAI. STJEO-EOZST, OVER 30 YEARS' PRACTICAL EXPERIENCE IN OPERATIVE AND MECHANICAL DENTISTRY, Begs to Inform his numerous Friends and the Public, that he has Removed from Mr. W. E. Williams, Chemist, to more convenient Premises, on the Ground Floor at 12, DUNRA VEN PLACE, BRIDGEND (Next Door to Mr. Frank Hawkins, and opposite the Metropolitan Bank). Personal Attendance Daily from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m.; Wednesdavs from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Note New Address and Name Plate on door, and avoid all disappointments MR. ERNEST J. ASH, R.D.S., ENG., DENTAL SURGEON, 12, Dunraven Place, Bridgend. k I I I I I -4 SPECIAL VALUE! Real English Lever Watch In Hall Marked SILVER CASE. cash. 21s. cash. I L. Beha & Co., And 12a Station Road, Port Talbot. LATEST NO VELTIES. Thermos Flasks and Jugs I Will keep hot drinks hot tor 24 hours, and cold drinks cold for days, in any climate. SPECIAL O/vli/1 Hall marked, on ebonised Q A e* SPORTS PRIZE- OOilU DllVer Ulip plinth, 8 inches high. 41 St ROYAL EXCHANGE ASSURANCE. INCORPORATED A.D., 1720, Funds Exceed £ 5,150,000. Claims Paid Exceed — £ 42.000,000. fire, Life, Marine, Employers' Liability, Accident, Burglary, and Fidelity Guarantee. MODERN & IMPROVED SYSTEM OF ASSURANCE. The Fire Felloies of the Cerperatien extend te cever Ion or damage by LIGHTNING, whether the jNptrty injured be set en fire thereby er not. Farmers Liability under the Workmen's Compensation Act covered at equitable rates. For particulars apply— AIR. D. J. GWYN. Metropolitan Bank, Bridgend. Messrs, GWYN & GWYN, Solioitora, Cowbridge. I" W. L. WALLI NGTON, Glass, China and Earthenware AND GENERAL WAREHOUSEMAN. Nolton Street & Brackla Street, BRIDGEND. Hotels, Shops, and Wholesale Buyers Supplied on the Most Advantageous Terms. Large Selections of Fancy Goods, Toys, and Smallware. Best and Cheapest House for ARTIFICIAL WREATHS and CASES, FISHING TACKLE and WINDOW GLASS of all kinds. DISTRICT AGENT FOR ALL KINDS OF SALT, AND FIRE, LIFE, ACCIDENT, AND PLATE GLASS INSURANCE. To Parties Furnishing BEFORE DECIDING, DO NOT FAIL TO CALL AT DOWN & SONS Where you have an Enormous Stock to select from as Prices which CANNOT BE BEATEN. Bedroom Suites In Stock from £ 5 5s. to £50. Dining and Drawing Room ditto. <4 10s. to 4t40. All Goods guaranteed sound and well-made. In fact, the durability of our goods is a household word. Illustrated Catalogue Free on Application. CARPETS & LINOLEUMS made and fitted Free Carriage Paid on all orders above jBlO, or delileredTree in our own vans STEAM CABINET WORKS- 221 High Street, & Morris Lane SWANSEA. Established over 50 years. Telephone No. 549. HAY AND CORN M ISEASON HARVESTING ITldWIllllPl J 1909. o. E. EVANS < Co. General Furnishing Ironmongers and Implement Agents, DUNRAVEN PLACE & CAROLINE St. BRIDGEND. Agents for the Castle & Neptune Brand Manilla Binder Twines. Prices on Application. -I I- iim 0 I- I I I I I I Sole Agents for Walter A. Wood's well-known Close and Open Gear MOWERS & BINDERS FITTED WITH THE LATEST IMPROVEMENTS. Also Howard's Bedford HORSE RAKES & HAYMAKERS, Martin's Prize Medal Swath Turners, Miller's Elevators, with Improved Fork Clip for Hay and Corn Stacking, a great labour saver. A good supply in stock of Wearing Parts and Fittings, including Sections, Rivets, Complete Knives, Files and Grindstones, Corrugated Sheets in all lengths and guages for Hay Barns, and can guarantee prompt delivery. Telegfama—" Singer, Ironmonger." Nat. Tel. 0168. P.O. Tel. 28. George Singer & CO- WHOLESALE & RETAIL IRONMONGERS, Bar Iron, Steel and Oil Merchants, "Wyndbam & Adare St., BRIDGEND. Builders' Merchants, ^Plumbers, Gas Fitters and Hot Water Engineers. ESTIMATES FREE. A large and varied selection of Grates, Mantelpieces, Tiled Hearths, and Open and Closed Fire Ranges, &c. Complete House Furnishers. Always a large stock on view of Drawing, Dining and Bedroom Suites. A well-assorted stock of Dinner and Tea Sets, and other Glass and China Wares. Sole Agents for the District for KYNOCH'S EXPLOSIVES. Sporting Cartridges of the following makers: Eley's," "Curtis and Harvey," Kynoch," and "Nobel," from 7/6 per 100 Box. THE OLDEST BREWERY IN THE DISTRICT. (Established Over a Century). t R. H. STILES, The Brewery, Bridgend, Wholesale Wine and Spirit Merchant, Maltster and Mineral Water Manufacturer, Begs to announce to his numerous Customers and the Public generally that he has a Fine Selection of WINES & SPIRITS, Also has prepared a Special Quality of STRONG and MILD ALES. AGENT FOR ALLSOPP'S MILD AND BITTER ALES. HOGSHEADS, BARRELS & KILNS ALWAYS IN STOCK. \AII4IQIf FYQ ■ Buchanan's Black & White, also— YYniQr\& 1 Q■ Red Seal Dewar's and Tbompsoi'i Irish. ALSO-ALL OTHER NOTED BRANDS KEPT IN STOCK. Bass's Pale Ales and Gninness's Extra Stout kept in Bottles. HENNESSY'S BRANDY, The Standard of Excellence throughout the World, iar ALWATS lUST STOOZ. Printing! Printing! rin ing rin in"- Printing! I Glamorgan Gazette Office, Bridgend. I JUDICIOUS ADVERTISING I HM Created ItMy New Bnafakeas, Hu Enlarged Many an Old Bmdxiea I I Hat Revived Many a DnH BmrtneM, | Has Besoned Many a Lost Btudneea, (Has Saved Many a Failing Btuinee,' Has Preserved lKany a Large Fniin—, I I And Secures BneoewM In any BOM I PROFIT by the experience of others. First of an read what we say about' Oniea.' Onica differs from all other ointments used for Horses and Cattle, in that it penetrates to the root of the evil, no matter what it is, it has strong cleansing powers possessed by no other Ointment, and will extract glass, splints, etc., from a wound. For Proud Flesh it is unequall- ed, broken knees it soon heals, extracting all grit and growing the hair a natural colour. For softening Cows Udders, and for sore Teats it is the only safe remedy. Remember No poulticing, and no lanoe required with Onica. Cures Sprains, Bruises, hard and soft Swellings, Thrush, Canker, Collar Galls, Cuts, Contusions, Cancerous Ulcers, Venomous Bites, Blood Poisoning. OZtTIG-A. Is. l £ d. Is. lid. is safe to use. Now read what others say about it: Mr. E. Morgan, Boviskin, Pontyclun, writes I am glad to be able to recommend Onica for all kind§,. of wounds and sores for which I have used it, it has given every me satisfaction. Mr. B. Willmot, Roath Court Yard, Cardiff, wattes:—I have used your Oint- ment called Onica for some of the worst cases I could^find, and it has given me every satisfaction, it is an excellent preparation. Why not give it a trial to-day ? You can get it with any of th,e following Agents- Rich, The Chemist, Bridgend; Emrys Richards, Chemist, Tonypandy; *H. Martin Hughes, Chemist, Nantymoel) A. D. Llewellvn, M.P.S., Chemist, The Medical Hall, Tonyrefail. Sole Proprietor and Manufacturer— J. THOMAS, Middle Tremams, Bridgend T IS NOW TIME YOU SAW ABOUT HAVING THAT NEW PIANO. We shall be very pleased to see you about it. We should like to show you our Stock of Newest Designs, by the World-renowned Makers, BECHSTEIN, BROADWOOD, BLUTHNER, SCHIEDMAYER, STECK, NEUMAYER, WALDEMAR. The Orcbestrelle Pianola Co., etc. For whom we are the sole and Exclusive Agents for Cardiff and District. j Wc also Stock Pianos by ERARD, BRINSMEAD. COLLARD, KIRKMAN. PLEYEL, STEINWAY. IBACH, etc. etc. ORGANS by MASON and HAMLIN, BELB DOMINION, etc., etc. PIANOS FROM Jg GUINEAS gD. MONTH, B. J. HEATH & SONS 76, QUEEN STREET, CARDIFF, I 25, Station Road, Port Talbot, Pontypridd and Penarth. Nat. Tel. Cardiff, 2199 Pontypridd, 2L -7 f\ TO £ 5000 ADVANCED by Prfv»t# OW X U Lender on Simple Promissory Notes* No Bills of Sale Taken, and Absolute Privaey guaranteed. First letter of application receive* prompt attention and intending borrowers ar* waited upon by a representative, who is empowered to complete transactions on terms mutually air. ranged. NO CHARGE being made unless business actually completed. Special Quotations for Short Loans. Write, in confidence, to C. WELLS, 16 CLARE STREET, BRISTOL*