Hetartrc Stands Prs-eminen* FOR FIRST-CLASH fBUIT, VEGETABLES, and CGOTECTIONESY. HOLESALE AND RETAIL. HEARD'S STORES, 17, Station-road, PORT TALBOT. j 67, High-street, AB ERA VON. r., Parade, NEATH. I 18, Windsor-road. NEATH.
r WELSH FLANNELS* SHAWLS. SHIRTS, PANTS, HOSIERY, YARNS, eto. At First Cost and Quality GuarnnteeJ go to HOPKIN MORGAN, THE OLD WELSH WABEHOUSB, WIND STREET, NEATH
Sales by Auction. Py Mr. George Stephens. GLYNCORRWG, CYMMER, NEAR POET TALBOT. Sale of a Leasehold Cottage or Dwelling- i House. M'R GEORGE STEPHENS HAS been instm'cted to offer for SALE ?L by PUBLIC AUCTION, at the JENKINS' ARMS HOTEL. GLYNOOR- RWG, on WEDNESDAY, the 8th day of SEPTEMBER, 1915, at 6 o'clock in the; evening, subj ect to the Conditions of Sale to be there and then produced, all that LEASEHOLD MESSUAGE OR DWEL- U NG-HOOSE, itllat9 and known as -No. 4, HEOLY- WED, GLYNCORRWG, now in the occu- pation of Mr. Win. Johnson at the lunar pmonthly reread of £ 1 6s. The Premises are held under Lease for the term of 99 years from the 29th Sep- tember, 1876, and will be subject to the low apportioned yearly ground rent of 1178. 4d. For further particulars apply to the IAuctioneer at Brondeg, Glyncorrwg, or to Mr. Robert Scale, Solicitor, Maesteg. By Messrs. W. Harry and Son. BRYNCOCH, NEAR NEATH. Fale of Freehold Building Land, ffituate fl.bout 11 miles from the town of Neath, on the main road from Neath tio Pontarda-we. MESSttS. W. HA-RRY REES & SON (FclloWE of the Auctioneers' Institute) (A BE instructed to SELL by AUCTION, Im at the LAMB & FLAG INN, RRYN- COCR. on TUESDAY, 14th. SEPTEMBER, 3915, at 6-38 p.m., a PLOT Of FREEHOLD BUILDING LAND, fcifcnaie almost, directly in front of the Lamib and FLag Inai, and adjowng tho bridge at lir vneoch, with a frdntage to the miain road of 32 feet, by a ni-ean depth of 1S3& feet, and a mean width of 120 feet or thereabouts, and coataaning an area of 2 roods 5 perches or thereabout, afford- ing ample six- fo-r the erection of oot-i tagee or for a superior class dwelling-1 house. For farther partkuiarst-apply to Messrs. fW. Harry Reee and Son, F.A.I-, Land Agents and Auctioneers, CharJesville- Idat*- Neath, and Part Taibot: or to Messrs. Collins and Woods, solicitors, Woroeefcer-piktce, Swansea. SETTNHTBERIDGE. (Close to Dovvneek RafHray Ststtion), 2,.280 SHEEP, 47 CATTLE, 3 CART MARES. rpHE ANNUAL SALE of FOREST LODGE DRAFT STOCK, the pro- perty of Mr. W. S. JKBller. will be held at SENHYKETDGFK, on MONDAY, 20th ■SI^ptemfER, :tm5. Sheep.—30 PBrod. Shropshire, Rye- land and Kerry Rstme; 69 excellent Cheviot ilnd Cross Cheviot sad Caddie Rams; 1,000 strong Store Ewes (Shropshire, Ryeland, Kerry, Cherriot md Cross Cheviot and IWeWà. abottt 40 of thaee are 1, 2, and 3 year old Ewes, raddled on head); 100 two- year-old Wetheans, and 501 three-year-old ditto; 300 Ewe Lamly. (Kerry, Cross Kerry, Cheviot and Cross Cheviot); 300 Wether Lambs ditto. CattUv—30 Gran d Dairy Heifers (Sfcort- fiorn, Cross Jersey and Ayrshire), most of "whieh acre .to calve from Augwst to Christ- mas, 19*5; 2 Hereford Oo-s-s and Calves; one two-year-old weil-bred Hereford Bull; good Barren Shorthorn Heifers, mostly rfat. Horses.—Grand Shire Mare (Bowace), 9 (pears old, a perfect worker and believed !to be sogtk! Black Mare, 11 years, an ex- r-enent worker; one most promising two- j atur-oid C8;rt Mare, an excellent worker. Three Months' Credit on Approved Security lor sums over £10. Discount at the rate of 5 per cent. per annum. Lunch at 11. Sate at 12.30, beginning :with Ram. Brabes will leave Llandovery Station ipt 10 a-m. to 10.3& and return after the Bote. For the convenience of purchasers from Monmouth and Glamorgan, a train will leave Sennybridge for Brecon in the afternoon to meet the 5.10 p.m. Brecon and Merthyr train. Forest Lodge, Brecon, 4th Sept., 1915. J SITUATIONS VACANT. JLAJTKLLY Rural District Water Works, J Volin Pools. Car-martbenebim.-Navviee Wanted immediately; good piecework rates and Ttonus paid; day work rate 7d. per hour and 4s. per week War Bonus; cairiteene Dn work6 and good but accommodation (4d. per nightfr; sub daily.-Apply on Works, Whittaker Ellis, Llendeuaant, near Llan- padock. 0104 LOST. T OST, on ISth inst., Liver and White I Spaniel Dog with spelled legs, white -pot on forehead; answers to name of Billy, finder rewarded; detainer prosecuted.— Dorothy Davies, Osborne Howse, Ilandilo. 04-9 FOR SALE. irwaB^ for Sa?. ?MO to E2,00(? t? Am- -?'- m?nford, Llandebie, Derwydd-T6ad, litoBdikk, and Llanwrtyd Wells.—Apply Mor- gans, Auctioneer and Valuer, Meusydd Hall, Uandilo. 146A9-17 ^IHIOKENS, 1915 or 1914 hatch, near lay- ? iag, ?56 dozen; three months old. 156. dozen: list breeds.—Hummell, Stratford, Eases. 147A9L17 i CHEAP Freehold Farma, Farmhouse, < birilding3, 540 acres, price £ 5,000; F-arm- house, oottagee, 760 acres, £ 4300; Wiltshire.— r, Rutters, Norfolk-street, Strand, LondcD. 127A9-14 MISCELLANEOUS. LADIES' lliur Coombmge Wanted.-Value by reUirn. Any quautity.-Horrooks, Ma. Portland. Street. Brighton. 105 RATS for 6d.—Mr. Crail, Chemist, An- Ban, N.B., writes A customer found 105 rats kiUed with a 6d. tin of Ro- dine.' n. Rodine" kills quick, leaves no smell; ewarms wiped out with a small tin; 6d., Is., 2b., Za„ 56.; post 2d.—Harley, Chemist, Perth. Agents: E. H. Griffiths. Bridgend; T. J. Reeo, Skewen; B. D. Morgan, |;i it. Sales by Auction. By Messrs. James and James. Messrs. James and James, F.A.I., and MESSRS. Wm. & Walter James, F.A.I. AUTUMN SALE FIXTURES TO DATE. Sept. 10th.—Llanfair Grange, Llandovery: Antiques and Siddeley Wolsley Lau- da-ulette. Sept. lZth.-Iiandile Fat Stock Mart. Sept. 16tb.-Grove House, Birchgrove: Dray Hoiwes, Timber Carriages. Sept. 17.-Beaufort Arms, .l\¡,.j,e: About 100 Mouutain Ponies, Trotting Oobe, etc. Sept. lgtb.Llajidiio Mart: Jumble Sale for Welsh Troops and Red Croes. Sept. 20th.-Pontlaih5e Farm: Clear-out SoJe of Stock and Crops. Sept. 21st.—Gowerton Fat Stock Mart. Sept. 22nd.-Techon Farm, Bynea: Clear-out Sale of Stock and Crops. Sept. 23rd.-Talyrhyn Farm, Llandovery: Clear-out Sale of Stock and Crope, and of Pure Ayrshire Dairy Cows and 9 Pedigree Jerseys. Sept. 24th.—Glynea Farm, Bynea-. Clear-out Sale of Stock and Crops. Sept. S4th.-fPantllwyfen Farm, Lla;ndovery: Clear-out Sale of Stock and Crops. Sept. 27th.—Llandilo Fat Stock Mart. Sept. Zgth.-Dolanhirion Farm, Llandovery Clear-out Sale of Stock and Crops. Sept. 30th.-Alitrelorian Sale, Llandovery: Clear-out SaJe of Stock and Crops. Sept. 30th.—Lianddewi Caetle Farm, Rev- noldston: Clear-out Sole of Stock and Crops. Oct. Ist,-Bryneastell Farm, Llangadook: Clear-out Sale of Stock and Crops. Oct- 4th.—Cefnliixfryn Farm, Oynghordy, Llandovery: Clear-out Sale of Stock and Crops. Oct. 5th.-Beynold:sbone Fat Stock Mart. Oct. 5tbL.-Sale of Caal Crushing Works, Swansea Docks. Oct. 6th.-DoUawr Farm, Uandovexy: Clear-out Sale of Stock and Orope. Oct. 7th.—Cnwcdedlog Farm, Llandovery: Clear-out Sale of Stock and Crops. Oct. 9th.—Penclacwydd Farm, Bynea: Olear-out Sale of Stock and Crops. Oct. lith.-Uandilo Fat Stock Mart. Oct. 12th.—Tatycynllwyn Farm, Pontar- dulais: Clear-out Sale of Stock and Crope. Oct. Mth—Llwynon Farm, Ll-ywel: Draft Sale of Stock. Oct. 13 £ h.—Gowerton Fat Stock Mart. aet. 20th.—Glynfyd Farm, Pontardulaifc: Stock and Crops. DATES NOT FIXED. Gwalyrhwrch Farm. Penlan Farm. Penpant Farm. Brynrhos Farm. 7, Goat-etreet, Sale Room, Furniture. Llanwrda, Freehold Farms and Small Holdings. Tenders Wanted. N" EA T B ION. TO TRADESMEN AND OTHERS. The Guardians of the Poor of the Neath Union hereby invite TENDERS for the SUPPLY of the undermentioned Articles, to be delivered at the WORKHOUSE, NEATH, and the COTTAGE HOMES. BRYNERCH, respectively, from the 1st OCTOBKJBL NEXT. viz. Meatt for three monttos. Groceries for three months. Flour for three months. Bread for three months. Cool for'three months. Boots, Shoes and Slippers for three months Ooffins for three months. Potatoes for three months. Drapery for three months. Clothing for three months. Fish for three monilis. Ironmongery for three months. Straw for three months. China for edx months. Milk for twelve months. Haircutting and Shaving for six. months. CiaemiOU-s Sundries for six months. Porter's Uniform. Printing and Stationery for six months. Aleo Large a.nd Through 0011.1 for the New Infirmary for three months. Contractors are requested to tender according to the Guardians' standard bajBpies, which are kept at the Workhouse, aDd may be seen on application being made to the Matron within reasonable hours from the 7th September to the 15th September. Statements of the estimated quantities likely to be required, together with Form of Tender (on which form alone tenders will bd considered) may be obtained from me., the undersigned, on or before MONDAY, the Ulth in at. Samples of the various articles of the Groceries should be sent to the Workhouse, and must bear a number to correspond with the Form of Tender. Separate Tendei's must be sent for the Workhouse and Cottage Homes, and intend- ing ConAzactort3 must adhere strictly to the Form of Tender and not interfere with the wording thereof. All Tenders must be eealed, endorsed, and delivered at my Office not later than !2 o'clock noon on the 21st SEPTEMBER, and no Tender will be considered if not in my hands by that time and date. The Guardians do not bind themselves to accept anY Tender in its entirety or any portion of such Tender. By Order, ROWEL CUTHBERTSON. Clerk. Union Offices, Neath, Clerk. 3rd September, 1915. i CARMA RTHENSHIRE. VALUABLE PTTWOOD FOR SALE. Growing on Forest-Fach Farm, near Kid- welly, in the Parish of Llangendeime. '[fRESH TENDERS are invited for the following Lots:— Lot I.-About 41 acres of well-grown Pitwood, chiefly Larch, andnum bered 2.301 on Ordnance Sheet. The boundary trees are not to be sold. Lot 2.-About 3a. Or. 16p. of well-grown Pitwood, chiefly Larch, and numbered 2.302 on Ordnance Sheet. The boundary trees are not to be sold. Mr. Jones, Fo"t-Fa-h Farm, will show the Lots. The Trees are of excellent quality, and conveniently situated to roads, important Collieries, and Railway Stations. Tenders to be sent to the Right Hon. ¡ Lord Dvnevor, Dynevor Castle, Llandilo, on or before September 25th, T915. l The Low^t or any Tender will not neces- sarily be accepted. 1 S«jfomber 6th, 1915t Public Announcements. SARON, LLANDEBIE. A Grand Chair EISTEDDFOD will be held in a SPACIOUS MARQUEE in a central position in the village on Saturday, Sept. 18th, 1915. Nearest Station, Tirydail, H miles distant. NUMEROUS ENTRIES IN CHORAL AND OTHER COMPETITIONS. Eisteddfod to Commence at 19 a.m. PROCEEDS IN AID OF RED CROSS SOCIETY. i-oint Smretaxie-s- W. D. RICHARDS, Brynmyfyr, Saxon, Uandooie, W. REES, Frondeg, Saron. AMMANFORD. A Grand Chair EISTEDDFOD will be held at the Palace Theatre on Saturday, Sept. 25th, 1915. President: C. E. CLeeves, Esq., Swansea. Conductor: T. W. Lewis, Esq., M.E., Tirydail. Adjudicators—Music: Dr. D. Va6ughan Thomas, Swansea, and Aneurin Roos, Esq., F.R.C.O., A.R.C.M.; Miscel- laneous: J. Jenkins, E3q. (Gwili), and W. Jones, Esq. (Gwilym Myrddin). Chief ChoraJ (not under 35), Blodeuyn Olaf," Y,8 and Silver Cup (value X2 10s.). Children's Choir (not under 25), Cwsg. fy Noli," £ 2 and Silver Mounted Baton. Pryddest (tSO lines), Belgium," Cadair Gerfiedig. Chief Recitation, Charge of the Light Brigade," Chair (value t3 3s.). Accompanists: Mr. J. Harriet-Thomas, and Mr. Geo. Thomas, A.L.CJtf. Programmes post free lid. Further information may be obtained from the Secretary- MR. D. J. DA VIES. a Gwyddfa," Church Street, Ammanford. Treasurer: Mr. David Morgan, Church- efcneet. THE BRITISH FARMERS' RED CROSS and the NATIONAL FUltO for WELSH TROOPS A Great JUMBLE SALE will be held at the TOWN MART, LLANDILO, under the distinguished patronage of Mrs. Pryse-Rice, Llwynybrain (President of the Carmarthenshire Red Cross Society); Mr6. Gwynne Hughes, Tregeyb (representing the National Fund for Welsh Troops); Lord Dynevor j Dynevor Castle; General Sir James Hills-Johnee, V.C., G.C.B.. Dolau- sothy; W. Gw-.N-nue Hughes, Esq., IÃJro- Ldeutenant for Carmarthen; Col. Gwynne Hughes, Glancothi, Deputy Lord-Lieuten- ant for Carmarthen; Mrs. Spence Jones, Pantglas; the Hon. Mrs. Hunter, Aber- marlais Park; J. C. V. Piyse Rice, Esq., Llwynybrain; E. P. Lloyd, Esq., Gtan- sevin; Lieut-Col. Lloyd Harries, Llwyn- dewi; Mervyn Peel, Esq., DaHyrailt Park; Menuic Lloyd, Esq., Delfryn; Herbert Peel. Esq., Taliaris; on SATURDAY, SEPT. 18, 1915, At 11 for 12 o'clock. in aid of the above Funds, when all kinds of Live and Dead Stock, Farm and Kitchen Produce, Fruit and Vegetables, articles of Furniture, and any other thing likely to realise the smallest amount,, will be sold by auction by Messrs. WM. & WALTER JAMES, F.A.I., Hon. 'Auctioneers. Entries may be sent up to the Date of Sale to the Hon. Secretaries—Mr. W. T. Morgan, Broad Oak, Golden Grove; Mr. David Perkins, Closglas, Llandilo; Mr. Wm. Davies, Briskin, Capel leaac; Mr. D. J. Davies, Tynpvllau, Crugybar; Miss B. James, of the V.A.D., Frondeg, Llan- gadock: or to the Auctioneers. Refreshments will be supplied at Moderate Charges. WADDINGTON & SONS, LTD., Station Road. (Opposite the County Schools), PORT TALBOT. We are having a SPECIAL SALE FOR A SHORT PERIOD ONLY prior tojthe Re-Decoration of our Premise:5. Genuine Reductions on all Instruments both New and Second-Hand. Organs and Pianos in Stock from ,,£5, and Upwards, particulars of which we shall be pleased to send Free on nppli- j cation. WADDINGTON & SONS, LTD.. STATION ROAD, PORT TALBOT. Picture Palace, Pontyberem. I' COMMENCING MONDAY, SEPT. 13. USUAL EXCELLENT SHOW OF PICTURES. POPULAR PRICES: 4d., Od., and 9d. Thursday, Doors Open at 6.45, to commence at 7. Saturday, Doors. Open 6.30, to commence at 6.45 and 8.45. MATINEE Thursdays at 4 j o'clock, Id., 2d., and 3d.. Public Announcements. [ ,r •>- • TO LET ?0 LET AT PENGAM GARDEN RHYMNEY VALLEY. The Largest Scheme of its kind in Wales. A Limited Number of WORKMEN'S HOUSES, all Semi-Detached, Fitted with Hot and Cold Baths, Gas and all Modern Conveniences. Large Gardens. Ideal Situa- tion. Healthiest Spot in South Wales. Convenient for Trains from Blackwood or Pengam. Ample Employment Obtainable in Up-to-date Col- lieries close by. Houses maybe purchased if desired. New School just completed. Shops.—A few New Shops also to be Let or Sold. Excellent Business Centre. Apply to Mr. JOS. EDWARDS, Britannia Villa, Pengam, or to Messrs. WELSH GARDEN CITIES, Ltd., 3, Dumfries Place, Cardiff. saitings. ￼ ?<?Mth & East Africa UNION- ROYAL MAIL ROUTE. CASTLE The papo. Natal, Transvaal, Rhodesia, LINE East African Ports, Mauritius, Ac. For Sailings and Other Information apply to the Head Office, 3, Fenchurch Street, London; or in Swaneea to T. R. W. i Mason and Co., or Bertie Perkins and Co. WHITE STAR LINE. Liverpool to Australia. Fares: To Australia, .221 to JJ32; to Cape Town, £ 15 15s. to X24 3B. Tbeae fcteamers are twin sorew, fitted with bilge keeld. and have be-& epecially constructed for the Colonial trade. This accommodation comprises Smoking, Bead- ing. and Dining-rooma. Gargeoa anll I Stewardesses carried, For farther particulars, apply to the Local Amenta: WHITS STAR LINB. Liverpool; 1. Cockspnr-etreet, 8. W.; and S8, LeadenhaU-street, KC.. London. Money. IF yOU WANT A PRIVATE CASlt- ADVANCE Aj>ply if ALBERT E. GASH 6, UPLANOS CRESCENT, SWANSEA, Where any respectable person may obtain a Loan from XIO to any amount without fuss or loan office formalities No Fees or Sureties are required, and the amount is advanced in fill. £10 to 910,090. To LEND, by the Oldest Vest of Eng- x land Firm, F. LAWRENCE. Ltd., on Written Promise to Repay. Life Policies, Furniture, Farm Stock, or other Security. Principal Remains or can "be Repaid by Easy Instalments. Promptness and Privacy. A Gentleman will call and hand you Cash at your house if desired. Dis. tance no object. Do not expose your requirements locally. White. Manager. VICTOR HAMILTON, DON CHAMBERS, WIME STREET, I BRISTOL. THE SWANSEA MERCANTILE CO. (Ltd.) 18, PARK STREET, SWANSEA, Make. Cash Advances Daily, from £ 10 to £ 1,000. No Charge unless Bxfiiness done. Strictly Private and Confidential. For further particulars apply H. B. JONES, Manager. THE TROUSERS THAT WON'T WEAR OUT ;¡r- 7——— "=—^ I ■ ■ I., T r- ■ ABSOLUTELY HOLE-PROOF. GUARANTEED FOR SIX MONTHS. A Written Guarantee with Every Pair. FOR 04/of I SIZE'S FOR BIG & SMALL. BUY TO-DAY. D.A.REES CLOTHIER, WATER STREET, ABERAVON I Educational. JONAH MORGAN, Mue. Bac. (Oxon), L.T.S.C., TEACHES PIANO, ORGAN, SIEGING AND. THEORY. At Pupil's Residence if Desiredf ADtfTJ DiC ATO R AND CONDUCTOR. Write for trm6- TONNA, NEATH. PRESWYLFA SCHOOL, NEATH. FOR BOYS AND GIRLS. Pupils are Prepared for MATRICULA- TION and Other Examinations. A Primary Department for Children of Four to Seven Years of Age. Painting in Oils and Water-Colours. Private Coaching in all Subjects. Particulars may be obtained on apply- ing to— MRS. E. A. TONNER, B.A. (RoDOura). I 22. Rugby Avenue. Neath. Rugrby Schools, Neath. HIGH-CLASS BOARDING N": I SCHOOLS FOR GIILLS, WITH KINDER- I GARTEN AND PREPARATORY CLASS FOR tITTLE BOYS. University and ATI Eiains, with Success. r Special Classes for Postal and Secretarial Requirements. Student Governess Wanted. NEW TERM COMMENCES SEPT. 15th. Principals: The Misses WILLIAMS. Assisted by Efficient Governesses. I WADDINGTON & SONS, LTD., (Established 1838) < PIANOFORTE Manufacturers, STATION ROAD. (Opposite the County Schools), PORT TALBOT. We are the ACTUAL MAKERS of the "Waddington 11 Pianofortes, with close upon 80 Years' Experience. MANUFACTORY YORK. We are SOLE AGENTS for the KASTNER AUTO-AMERICAN IN- TERIOR PLAYER-PIANO, STEMS' AUTO Do.. CRAMER PIANOS, ORGANS by BELL, MASON & HAM- LIN, DOMINION, PACKARD, PUT- NAM, md BOSTON. PIANOS from 10s. 6d. PER MONTH. ORGANS from 5s. PER MONTH. DELIVERED FREE OR CARRIAGE PAID to Nearest RAILWAY STATION. Catalogues Free on Application. RAILWAY FARES ALLOWED TO PURCHASERS. Note the Address:— Waddington & Sons, Ltd (Opposite County Schools), Station Road, PORT TALBOT. Illustrated Lists and Particulars of Second-Hand Instruments Free on Appli. cation. CULISTS & HOSPITAL Prescriptions receive our careful attention, accurate grinding of Lenses being guaranteed. Our Prices are moderate, consistent wtih accuracy and Best Workmanship. We have our own plant and can sup- i ply the majority of Special Lenses 9 within a iew hours. C. F. WALTERS, I P.S.M.C.. Oxford Street, Swansea. (Nearly opposite National Schools). Two Qualified Opticians ire in attend- ance, and their skilled services are at your disposal. Public Announcements. NEW THEATRE, PORT TALBOT LESSEE AND MANAGER — EDWARD FURNEAU. WEEK ENDING SEPTEMBER 18th. TWO ENORMOUS ATTRACTIONS Monday, Tuesday, & Wednesday, September 13, 14. and 15, Keith Kenneth pre- sects the Great Sensational Success of the London Season— BOUGHT AND PAID FOR. Thursday Friday, and Saturday, Sep tember 16, 17, & 18, J. Bannister Howard" Company in the Successful Gaietv Theatre Musical Play— THE GIRL ON THE FILM. Sunday Evening, September 12th, at 8 o'clock, a YEAR'S WAR PICTURES sb-own on the Bioscope. LECTURE hy FRANK CARLTON (just returned from the Front, and sanctioned by the War Office). Proceeds in Aid of Recruiting and our Wounded Soldiers. PRICES OF ADMISSION— Private Bo-ces (sftt ol, Circle, Orchestra Stalls, Pit Stalls, Pit 106. 1/6 1/6 1/ 6d. Reeerved Is. 9d. Reserved Is. 9d. Reserved Is. 3d. Doors Open 7.15. Commence 7.45. Early Doors 7. Early Doors 3d. extra.- Est. 1886] NEATH & DISTRICTS [Tel, 110 FURNISHING CENTRE. ANDREW BRACEY, 148-149, Windsor Road, NEATH, The Baby Carriage Specialist. 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If you hAve toea. declared "INCURABLE" of any form of disease, we fehall be pleased to consider your case, and advise a NATURAL and RATIONAL mode of treating it. If your cise is a very serious one, call any day but Saturday-our busy day—and please note that our rooms are in the VICTORIA ARCADE (Near the Market). "Prof. Williams holds the highest credentials as a Phrenologist, and is THE ONLY person in Wales who has been personally trained to the work by L. N. and J. A. FOWLER. We would heartily recommend our readers to consult him. Ae a Phrenologist and Hygienist he is as much above the ordinary lecturer and examiner of heads as is the skilled medical practitioner ::wove the quack.Vide Press. OUR NEW BOOK, "REGENERATIVE FOOD AND COOKERY," IS SOLD AT la. BUY A COPY. IT WILL HELP YOU. I IT WILL HELP YOU. SWANSEA Y.M.U. mm* Opening of Winter Session. — 1 1 SENIOR MEMBERS' CLASSES.—Monday, Wednesday and Friày, f, 7.45-9.45 p.m. ( LADIES' CLASS.-Tuesday, 7.45-.&tS p.m. Session Cofunwa"s September 14th. U Terms—7s. M. per Term. 121. &d. M?tf Year. M i JUVENILE CLASS (6 to 12 Years).-Saturday, 2.3" p.m. Session Commmences September 18tb. I Terms-55. per Term. 7s. 6d. Half Year. Feller Particulars obtainable at Y.M.C.A. Office. W. STANDISH, Physical Director.