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THE STORY OF A WOMAN'S GRATITUDE. "I HAVE NO S?G?S OF 'BACKACHE NOW." "1_a1_ Mrs. G. Marshall, of 3, a iorenoe-pia«o, New Clifton-road, Sparkbrook, Bir- mingham, wrote us just twelve months ago as follows:— Two weeks ago 1. sent for a trial box of Baker's Backache Pellets. After I had taken these 1 got a box from Boots'. They are truly wonderful. My pains are all gone after twelve months' torture. I shall recommend them to all who suffer- She now writes: I can assure you 1 have not needed any more pills sinoe I k Baker's Backacho Pellets a year ago. 1 have no signs of backache now. I have recommended Baker's Backache Pellets to several sufferers, as I cannot speak too highly of them." It is no exaggeration to say that Baker's Backache Pellets are of priceless worth to women workers. They are a speedy and positive cure in all cases of Backache, Lumbago, Sciatica, Gravel, Dizziness, Rheumatism, and all kidney troubles. They give ease and hap- pinness, even when all other remedies have failed. Baker's Backache Pellet.s are the people's remedy, and cost only Is. 3d. per box. A British medicine for British men and women. Get a box to-day from one of Boots' 555 branches. Taylor's Drug Co., or any chemist, or direct in plain wrapper per return post from Baker's Medicine <'?.. Ltd., 1, South- ? itluPton-.row, London. W.C. John Isaac Jaoobs. of 10, Cumberland- terrace, Regent's Park, N. W senior part- ner in the firm of John I. Jaoob an d Co., shipowners an d shipbrokers, 10, Mar k lane, E.C.; chairman of the Queens town Dry Docks Shipbuilding an d Engineering Co. Ltd., formerly c h airman of the In- stitute of Shipbrokers in Lon d on, an d one of tho founders and hon. treasurer of the Glaanorgan Society in Lon d on, a membeT of the committee of several Jewish or- ganisations and charities, an d a member or the Boar d of Management of the Cen- tral Synagogue, w h o died at Hindhead on August 18th last, agevd (il y^ars. The tes- tator g i ves £ 5,000 to the executors for hospitals and Jewish institutions, includ- ing the Swansea Hospital and such hos- pitals as they may e'ect at Cork and Passage West, an d the home and hospi- tal for Jewish incurables, and to pay not less than 100 guineas to the Swansea Hos- pital the Swansea Hebrew Congregat i on, an d the Central Synagogue great congre- gation an d the Centra l Synagogue, Great The death has occurred, at his resi- dence, 38, Atherfold-road, Clapham, of Mr. George Wm. Hornc. It will be re- membered that although for some years Mr. Home had not reside d in the town, he was well known, being that h^ was long associated with tho ( S rand Theatre orchestra, Swansea, when Mr. W. F. Hulley was its conductor, an d also by reason of his being connecte d with all the best musical combinations, and played at some of the best fashionable functions in tho counties of Glamorgan, Brecknock, and Pembro k eshire. Mr. Home was a Swansea boy. His respecte d mother was a daughter of Air. T. Robinson, who for some time carried on the business of a pianoforte dea l er, etc., in Ox f or d -street, Swansea, and she was an admirable pianist. Mr. Home ear l y in life showed distinct signs of becoming a successful flautist, an d he justly won consi d erable favour as a performer after returning from his musical studies. His playing for one so young was remarkable, anil his numerous engagements at loca l concerts were invariably attended by large and friendly audiences. Swansea, in fact, has become famous in the musical world for its three flautists — Fred Griffith, Ambrose Hulley, and Qeorge At Swansea on Monday Charles Owens (-13), butcher. was summoned for selling I meat at the Swansea Market and failing to keep posted up in a conspicuous place a price list. Mr. Rupert Lewis prose- cuted. Defendant said as soon as he WM told about it he put the list up. He A fine of £ 5 was imposed, the chairman adding that the public must be protected. Being a grower of potatoes, Wm. Janes (73), was summone d at Swaneoa on Mon- day, for not having with respect to {"very Foun d crop of ware potatoes, cause d Hiem to bo drece-e j out, go that they may bo sold separately at not less thajj the autho- rised lowest price un d er the Potatoes Ord er, 1017. Jennie Wa lters wfts sum- moned for celling the potatoes at a pricc exceeding the maximum. Air. Rupert Lew i s prosecute d and Mr. A. T. Thomas Mr. Rupert Lew i s said that ware pota- toes wero potatoes which should pass through the mesh (1 i inches wide). Mr. T h omas said that t S o lar^e number of or d ers ro potatoes were very difficult to construct. His client had been selling potatoes at the market for the last 50 years- T h ere was no iatontion to eva d e the or d er. The defendant Walters, charge d with selling at a pr i ce excee d ing the maximum, said s h e --o H at the price which slip thought correct. Inspector Bowen said he bnd told defendant before that her-fi l ing price woul d have to be varie d as the price at which she bought the potatoes c h ange d The bench in case inflicted a fine of 20*. each nn d the Chairamn said that pota- toes must he sorted out. Mydrim branch of the Farmers' Union ha« decided to write to Carmarthen Food Control Committees conten d ing that agriculture is not properly represente d and asking that agricu l turists should be co-«pt"ed. as they are people w h o know something a b out the cost of food pro d uc- Mbr. Mary Aubrey, a w dow, of Si years <v" f.ge, living a l one at 4. Br i dve-strret. St..i Clears, died on Sunday as the result of extens i ve burns. On Saturday Mrs. V'hcebe Brigstocke saw liei standing i,ii the doorwav of her house with half her cloilies burnt away. She said that he-r clothes caught fire from a cinder fallin;: fronj the Air. Griffith llowelis, Arbn I I ou<e, who was at his occupation in R- h os Colliery up to Saturday afternoon, complained of pain in the head and ears on Sun d ay. On Tues d ay it cu l minate d in an attack of brain fever, from which lie died that evening. Dec-ease d was SS years of age, an d leaves a young w i dow an d tive c h i l A reception meet i ng was held at Gosen in honour of Driver l^iali Bevan. Mr. Dd. Roderick, Clydach, presi d ed, sup- ported by the Revs. D. G. Rees, D. G. Richards, Messrs. Dd. Davies. Dl. W. John, Thos. Lloyd, Dd. T h omas, an d Wm. Williams. Driver Bevan was presente d with the usua l gift by Mr. Lewis Hopkin, on behalf of the reception committee. The following took part:—Mrs. Hodge, Miss M Dav i es. Miss C. Davies, Miss Gwladys I Thomas, Master II. Morgan, E. Walters, D. J. Bowen, R. A. Bowen, Trevor Evans, N. J. Havar d B. Davies, J. J. Williams. Hen W'lad fy Nhadau was sung by A competitive concert ivas held at the Congregational C h urc h the Chairman being the Rev. J. C. Lloyd, ad j udicator of music an d literature, Pte. E. J. Long, Three Crosses; accompanists, Miss E. L. Davies, and Mr. Brynmore Eva»ns. A v." a wis: Stanza, H. Williams; so l o (under7) divided between Dilys Davies and Gwyneth Evans; solo (under 10), divided between Carrie Evatis an d Lily Francis. 2nd Glyn is Fran- cis an d D. Austin; recitatioii (under 10) I R. Hopkins, 2 W. Hopkins; solo (under '•!) divided between Geptie Davies and Maggie Evans, 2 Lily Francis and Carrie Evans; recitation (under 14), 1 Lily Hopkins, 2_ M*bel Hopkins: open recitat i on, divided between Molly Pa-ton -an d JJorfydd Wil- liams; baritone so l e, E. J. Jones: soprano so l o, Mrs. Stanley Davies; tenor so l o, Hnn- dei Evans; duet, H. Evans and E. J. Jonee; champion solo, M. J. Davies. The death occurred on Sunday of Mr. John Hughes, postmaster of Trecastle. Decease d who was at business on -Satur- (fay, retired in u'-ua l health, but passed away during the night. He was in his 58th 3-ear, and leaves a wi_ dow and Mr. B. J- Clar k e, resideait bandmaster, was presented with a large frame d por- trait of himself. Mr. D. W. Lewis p1^ sided an d ma d e the presentation on be h a" of his fellow bandsmen and the committee. The recipient spo k e on the pa,«?t and Ta*5 future prospects of the band. The follow- ing contributed to the programme Messrs. A. Halfpenny, W. J. i' -iai!VS- John, S. Dav i es, and D. W. Lewii- T.'« | accompanist was Mr. W. H. Being a grower of potatoes, Wm. Janes (73), was summone d at Swansea on Mon- day, for not haying with respect to {"very soun d crop of ware potatoes, cause d them to bo drea:-e 8 out, so that they may bo sold separately at not less thajj the autho- rised lowest price un d er the Potatoes Ord er, 1017. Jennie Wa lters wfts sum- moned for celling the potatoes at a pricc exceeding the maximum. Mr. Rupert Lew i s prosecute d and Mr. A. T. Thomas Mr. Rupert Lew i s said that ware pota- toes wero potatoes which should pass through the mesh (1 i inches wide). Mr. T h omas said that t S o lar^e number of or d ers ro potatoes were very difficult to construct. His client had been selling potatoes at the market for the last 50 years- T h ere was no iatontion to eva d e the or d er. The defendant Walters, charge d with selling at a pr i ce excee d ing the maximum, said s h e -ol d at the price which slip thought correct. Inspector Bowen said he had told defendant before that her cel l ing price woul d have to be varie d as the price at which she bought the potatoes c h ange d The bench in case inflicted a fine of 20*. each an d the Chairamn said that pota- toes must he sorted out. Mydrim branch of the Farmers' Union has decided to write to Carmarthen Food Control Committees conten d ing that agriculture is not properly represente d and asking that agricu l turists should be co-opted. as they are people w h o know something a b out the cost of food pro d uc- MBR. Mary Aubrey, a w dow, of SI years <v" f.ge, living a l one at 4. Br i dvre-strret. St. ,i Clears, died on Sunday as the result of extens i ve burns. On Saturday Mis. V'hcebe Brigstocke saw liei standing i,ii the doorwav of' her house with half her e k i'lies burnt away. She said that he-r clothes caught fire from a cinder fallin;: fronj the Air. Griffith llowelis, Arbn Hou< £ who was at his occupation in R- h os (' oilicry up to Saturday afternoon, complained of pain in the head and ears on Sun d ay. On Tues d ay it cu l minate d in an attack of brain fever, from which lie died that evening. Decease d was SS years of age, an d leaves a young w i dow an d tive c h i l A reception meeti ng was held at Gosen in honour of Driver l^iali Bevan. Mr. Dd. Roderick, Clydach, presi d ed, sup- ported by the Revs. D. G. Rees, D. G. Richards, Messrs. Dd. Davies. Dl. W. John, Thos. Lloyd, Dd. T h omas, an d Wm. Williams. Driver Bevan was presente d with the usua l gift by Mr. Lewis Hopkin, on behalf of the reception committee. The following took part:—Mrs. Hodge, Miss M Dav i es. Miss C. Davies, Miss Gwladys I Thomas, Master II. Morgan, E. Walters, D. J. Bowen, R. A. Bowen, Trevor Evans, N. J. Havar d B. Davies, J. J. Williams. Hen W'lad fy Nhadau was sung by A competitive concert ivas held at the Congregational C h urc h the Chairman being the Rev. J. C. Lloyd, ad j udicator of music an d literature, Ptfc. E. J. Long, Three Crosses; accompanists, Miss E. L. Davies, and Mr. Brynmore Eva»ns. A v." a wis: Stanza, H. Williams; so l o (under7) divided between Dilvs Davies and Gwyneth Evans; solo (under 10), divided between Carrie Evans an d Lily Francis. 2nd Glyn is Fran- cis an d D. Austin; recitatioii (under 10) I R. Hopkins, 2 W. Hopkins; solo (under '•!) divided between Geptie Davies and Maggie Evans, 2 Lily Francis and Carrie Evans; recitation (under 14), 1 Lily Hopkins, 2_ M*bel Hopkins; open recitat i on, divided between Molly Pa-ton -an d JJorfydd Wil- liams; baritone so l e, E. J. Jones: soprano so l o, Mrs. Stanley Davies; tenor so l o, Han- dei Evans; duet, H. Evans and E. J. Jonee; champion solo, M. J. Davies. The death occurred on Sunday of Mr. John Hughes, postmaster of Trecastle. Decease d who was at business on -Satur- (fay, retired in u"?ual health, but passed away during tlie night. He was in his 58th 3-ear, and leaves a wi_ dow and Mr. B. J- Clar k e, resideait bandmaster, was presented with a large frame d por- trait of himself. Mr. D. W. Lewis pr sided an d ma d e the presentation on be h a" of his fellow bandsmen and the committed. The recipient spo k e on the pa,«?t and Ta*5 future prospects of the band. The follow- ing contributed to the programme Messrs. A. Halfpenny, W. J. ill rams. John, S. Dav i es, and D. W. Lewii* T.'« | accompanist was Mr. W. H. .Deing a gione>r oi potatoes, wm. janes (73), was summone d at Swaneoa on Mon- day, for not having with respect to {"very soun d crop of ware potatoes, cause d them to bo dreceo j out, so that they may bo sold separately at not less thajj the autho- rised lowest price un d er the Potatoes Ord er, 1017. Jennie Wa l ters wfts sum- moned for celling the potatoes at a pricc exceeding the maximum. Mr. Rupert Lew i s prosecute d and Mr. A. T. Thomas Mr. Rupert Lew i s said that ware pota- toes wero potatoes which should pass through the mesh (1 i inches wide). Mr. T h omas said that t S o lar^e number of or d ers ro potatoes were very difficult to construct. His client had been selling potatoes at the market for the last 50 years. T h ere was no iatontion to eva d e the or d er. The defendant Walters, charge d with selling at a pr i ce excee d ing the maximum, said s h e --ol d at the price which shp thought correct. Inspector Bowen said he had told defendant before that her cel l ing price woul d have to be varie d as the price at which she bought the potatoes c h ange d The bench in case inflicted a fine of 20*. each an d the Chairamn said that pota- toes must he sorted out. Mydrim branch of the Farmers' Union has decided to write to Carmarthen Food Control Committees conten d ing that agriculture is not properly represente d and asking that agricu l turists should be co-opted. as they are people w h o know something a b out the cost of food pro d uc- MBR. Mary Aubrey, a w dow, of SI years <v" f.ge, living a l one at 4. Br i dvre-strret. St. ,i Clears, died on Sunday as the result of extens i ve burns. On Saturday Mrs. V'hcebe Brigstocke saw liei standing ui the doorwav of her house with half her e k i'lies burnt away. She said that her clothes caught fire from a cinder fallin;: from 'i!e Air. Griffith llowelis, Arbn I I ou<e, who was at his occupation in R- h os Colliery up to Saturday afternoon, complained of pain in the head and ears on Sun d ay. On Tues d ay it cu l minate d in an attack of brain fever, from which lie died that evening. Decease d was SS years of age, an d leaves a young w i dow an d tive c h i l A reception meeti ng was held at Gosen in honour of Driver l^iali Bevan. Mr. Dd. Roderick, Clydach, presi d ed, sup- ported by the Revs. D. G. Rees, D. G. Richards, Messrs. Dd. Davies. Dl. W. John, Thos. Lloyd, Dd. T h omas, an d Wm. Williams. Driver Bevan was presente d with the usua l gift by Mr. Lewis Hopkin, on behalf of the reception committee. The following took part:—Mrs. Hodge, Miss M Dav i es. Miss C. Davies, Miss Gwladys I Thomas, Master II. Morgan, E. Walters, D. J. Bowen, R. A. Bowen, Trevor Evans, N. J. Havar d B. Davies, J. J. Williams. Hen W'lad fy Nhadau was sung by A competitive concert ivas held at the Congregational C h urc h the Chairman being the Rev. J. C. Lloyd, ad j udicator of music an d literature, Ptfc. E. J. Long, 'Three Crosses; accompanists, Miss E. L. Davies, and Mr. Brynmore Eva»ns. Aw a wis: Stanza, H. Williams; so l o (under7) divided between Dilvs Davies and Gwyneth Evans; solo (under 10), divided between Carrie Evans an d Lily Francis. 2nd Glynis Fran- cis an d D. Austin; recitatioii (under 10) I R. Hopkins, 2 W. Hopkins; solo (under '•!) divided between Geptie Davies and Maggie Evans, 2 Lily Francis and Carrie Evans; recitation (under 14), 1 Lily Hopkins, 2_ M*bel Hopkins; open recitat i on, divided between Molly Pa-ton -an d JJorfydd Wil- liams; baritone so l e, E. J. Jones; soprano so l o, Mrs. Stanley Davies; tenor so l o, Han- dei Evans; duet, H. Evans and E. J. Jonee; ehampioir solo, M. J. Davies. The death occurred on Sunday of Mr. John Hughes, postmaster of Trecastle. Decease d who was at business on -Satur- (fay, retired in u'-ua l health, but passed away during the night. He was in his 58th 3-ear, and leaves a wi_ dow and Mr. B. J- Clar k e, resideait bandmaster, was presented with a large frame d por- trait of himself. Mr. D. W. Lewis pr sided an d ma d e the presentation on be h a" of his fellow bandsmen and the committed. The recipient spo k e on the pa,<?t and Ta*5 future prospects of the band. The follow- ing contributed to the programme Messrs. A. Halfpenny, W. J. ill rams. John, S. Dav i es, and D. W. Lewii* T.'« | accompanist was Mr. W. H.

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