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A WORD TO LADIES. Send 2 stamps for our new and original IHnstnte Booklet, containing plain and practical advice how Ir egularities, Suppressions, &c., may be prevented or removed by simple means in a few hours. Rerom mended by eminent Physicians and thousands of Ladies, as being the only Genuine Remedy. This if not a quack medicine. Established 30 yrs.—LESLIE Vi A-R- TYN. Ltd Chemists, 34. DALSTON LUHC. LONDON. BUCHANS' RHYMNEY "STINGO" The Prize Medal Strong Ale. AN IDEAL WINTER DRINK. Mr. GEO. R. THOMPSON, Public Analyst for Monmouthshire, reports:- This is a very strong Ale, resembling the characters of the well-known Scotch Ales, and I am of opinion that such results could only be obtained from the use of Malt and Hops alone. The percentage of Malt Extract is remarkably high, and the refined flavour of true ra-dt is well preserved and brought i out by combination with the products of fermentation. It is 1 an exceedingly fine Ale, possessing almost the qualities of a cordial, recalling all the characteristics of the old-fashioned Home-Brewed Ales, with exceptional strength." BREWED ONLY BY ANDREW BUCHAN & Co., THE BREWERY, RHYMNEY, From whom Prices and Terms can be obtained. BEER AS LIQUID LOAF. With a sympathy for temperance, but a scientific regard for fact, the Hospital" has conducted a special enquiry into beer, with the following results :— Beer contains half as much alchohol and twice as much nutri- ment as Wine. A cup of tea is 99 per cent. water, and the rest drugs. Home-made beef-tea (9d. a pint), is 96 per cent. water, and 2 per cent. nutriment. A glass of beer is 89 to 94 per cent. water, 2- to 6 per cent. alcohol, 1 to 5 per cent. Malt Sugar, 2 to 3 per cent. the nutriment in bread crust, and i per cent. that in meat. Afglass of good ale is as nourishing as one of milk. A quart of good beer equals nearly lIb of bread. It contains one sixth of the energy a working man needs daily." —Vi le The Daily Mail" (London)., Saturday, April 24th, 1900. THE MOUNTAIN ASH COTTAGE HOSPITAL TWENTIETH ANNUAL EISTEDDFOD Will be held at the PAVILION, MOUNTAIN ASH, On EASTER MONDAY, IStli APRIL, 1914. OVER. £ 3QO XlV PRIZES! LIST OF COMPETITIONS. fi Chief Choral—(a) The Wraith of Odin (E. Elgar) 100 (b) U 0, Lovely Night" (Cyril Jenkins) Second Choral—" Lead, Kindly Light (Harry Evans) 25 Chief Male Voice—(a) Down Among the Dead Men (Bantock) 30 (b) "Feasting, I Watch (Elgar) Second Male Voice-" Blow, Blow, Thou Winter Wind 10 Juvenile Choirs—" Autumn Days (E. T. Davies) 10 Boys' Choir-" Alawon y Bryniau" (E. T. Davies) 8 Action Song-(Own Selection) 6 Aotien Song for Boy Scouts-" The Song of the Scout (Silver) 3 Brass Bands (Class A)—" Selection from Beethoven (W. & R.) 41 Brass Bands (Class B)-" St. Paul" 20 Vocal and Instrumental Solos, Senior and Junior Recitation, .£2 2a. and XI Is. each. Ambulance Prizes, Y.5 5s. Literary Prizes, JEl. ADJUDICATORS.—Music: Granville Bantock, Esq., M.A., Birmingham; Miss Morfydd Owen, Mus. Bac., London Mr. Norman McLeod, A.R.C.M., Pwllheli; Mr. Arthur E. Davies, F.R.C.O., Swansea. Bands: Mr. W. Adamson, Westhoughton. Literary: Brynfab," Pontypridd. Recitations: Brynfab," and Rev. R. Gwmryn Jones, Penrhiwceiber. Am- bulance Dr. J. W. A. Wilsou, M.D., Blaengarw Dr. J. C. Edwards, Merthyr Vale; Dr. J. Ll. Morris. Abercynon. ACCOMPANISTS Mr. Arthur E. Sims, L.R.A.M., Newport; Miss May Leake, L.R.A.M., Maesteg; Miss Annie J. Webber, Mountain Ash. For full Particulars see Programmes, now ready. 2sd., post free. Secretary-D. T. EVANS, Maesyffrwd, Mountain Ash. A simple supper promotes tranquil sleep The hoary aupptr disturbs the diiestloa and prevents what @boom be a sweet natural sleep. Choose soraethlag light, dainty _J_ aid sustaining, that tones and nourishes the system while IN TINS It eoothee the nerves. LARGE The 'Allenburys' Diet fulfils these conditions aid Is SAMPLE 1/6 and 3/- quickly made by adding boiling water. It it a sent Of Ch t ptHtttUy predicted food made from rich milk '.or 3.<.L emll ,? whole whMt_the v«.t food .t.m.n.?  ?' ?? and forms a delicious *wpp<f rtpMt. Stamp#, Mad* In a Minnte- fust add bailing wattr ALLEN and HANBURYS Ltd. 37 Lombard St, London. rrinted and Published by G. J. Jacobs & Co., at their Offices, Victoria Building. Rhymney 22, Commercial Street, Tredegar Commercial Street, New Tredegar, in the County cf Monmouth) 12t Cross Street, Bargoed, in the County of Glamorgan j Worcester Straet Brynmawr, in the_Conuty of Brecknock { March 27th, 1914 «