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I SALE OF SHORTHORNS AT RUTHIN.

I SMITHFIELD CLUB SHOW.I

FARMERS IN SILK HATS. I

i FARM NOTES.-

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Making the Tablets which Cure your Sore Throat, We are making t hem as fast as possible—but the ingredi- ents are scarce-and the de- mand is again outrunning the supply.- It you are subject to Sore Throat, Influenza, -etc., get your winter supplies of Forma- mint now. (Still only 2/2 per bottle). fORMAMlHT P THE GERM KIUIMC THROAT TABLET «* Manufactured l\ GENATOSAN LIMITED (Makers of Sanatogen. Genasprin, &c.i 12, Chenies Street, London, W.C.I. (Chairman The Vise .unless Rhondda). Solid Leather Goods MAY BP. PURCHASED AT LOVA'Tt'S.. BANGOR. Purses, School Bags, Footballs, Belts, Hand Bags, Trunks, Portmanteaus, Dress Baskets, ALL PRICES. R. B. WATSON (Opposite the Cathedral), BANGOR. THE OLDEST AND FIEST GENT'9 HAIRDRESSING SALOON in the City. A Splendid Show of Fancy Artictes, and a FINE DISPLAY of Tobacconists' Goods of Every Description, suitable for XMAS & NEW YEAR GIFTS, Prices to Suit Everybody. '?M??=h??Ea?!t— ? j MAZAWATTEE THE MOST LUSCIOUS  fl AND ECONOMICAL TEA I | IN THE WORLD '?-'? jj L: TH E :,D ¡¡j A HAWARDEN FARMER'S CLAIM. POTATOES SOLD TO MILITARY AUTHORITIES. In the House of Commons, yesterday, Sir Robert Thomas asked tho Secretary for War whether he was aware that Mr W. 11 Bo wor, Manor Farm, Hawarden, sold iiiLJ jK/tatoes to the military authori- ties, and that, owing to the delay in re- moving them, there was a wastage of thirty-tour tons, a claim for which was sent to the Claims Committee. Carnarvon, witi,i the result that sixteen tons were al. lowed for wastage at E6 108 per ton; that on tho 20th November Mr Bower re- ceived a letter from tho Minister of Food repudiating the claim and referring him to the military authorities, and tTia-t t-tus sort of claim was oniy one of many, and whether he would take immediate steps to see that these claims were paid without further delay. ,and acquaint my hon. friond with the ro. sult as soon as possible. It would, how. ever, facilitate the investigations if ho could state the date of the sale in tlues- tion. For Coughs and Colds you need the warming. soothing, curative properties of Tar, Oil of Pine, and other cold-dispelling agents. Bitrate of Tar Cough Syrup possesses all these valtiabic, ingred- ients in skilful combination, and that is the ohief reason why it so quick- ly relieves Coughs, Colds, and other affections of the Chest, Lungs, and Throat. It heals tho inflamed mem- branes, soothes the lungs and breath- ing passages, and relieves the tight- ness across the chest. Bitrate of Tar contains no harmful drugs or narcotics; it is pleasant to tho ta~te and cart be t-aken by children and adults at all times. Bitrate of Tal- is strongly recommended, and is sold by all chemists at 3s a bottle. In evcrry package is enclosed a binding guarantee of satisfaction or money back, which protects you from loss. If, therefore, you a.re F or Chest suffering from any Throat or Chest Troubles take Bitrate of Tar.

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