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UNSOLICITED. (ORIGINAL OPEN FOR INSPECTION). 215, Oxford-street, Pontycymmer, Dec. 16th, 1905. Dear Sir,—Please send me a pot of your No. 2 Ointment. I have a great faith in it. If you look back I have had your valuable oint- ment since Nov. 27, 1943, to pat on my breast. It has done wonders on me. My breast has come all right by now. It did ache for a long time after I had thq water out of it. I use to have pain right round my left side up to my shoulder effected from my breast. My left side was going cold full of shivers. But thank you very much for your valuable ointment. I feel quite well now, and my breast is quite supple. You can use these words as truth. Now I am going to try this ointment on the side of my son. He is suffering this few months, growing too fast I think, he is only Wand 4 months. He complains of his side, and I think there is a little swelling there so I want to try a pot of No 2. If you got something better I am willing to try it, and I am sending 2s 9d for same. Yours faithfully, MRS JEREMIAH MORGAN. The relative strengths of the Mannina Oint- ment (Trade Mark) are described and known as follows:—No. 1, full; No. 2, medium; No. 3, mild. No. 1, the most powerful variety, is to be used in Cancerous growths of all kinds, such as cancer of the breast, lip, etc., and also for Tumors, etc., at 2s 9d, 4s 6d, and 8s 6d per pot. No. 2. This is a milder form than No. 1, and is to be applied in cases of Ulcerated Legs, Carbuncles, Fistula, foul wounds of every de- scription, Poisoned Hands, etc., Abscesses, Scalds, Burns, Erysipelas, Scurvy, etc., at Is 1-gd, 2s 9d, and 4s 6d per pot. 2 No. 3, being of a still milder nature than No. 2. is to be used for al 1 skin diseases, such as Eczema, Psoriasis, Ringworm, Chapped and Bleeding Hands, Chiiblains, Itch, Mange, etc., at Is lid, 2s 9d, and 4s 6d per pot. SCHEDULE OF CURES. Cancerous growths in the Breast, Bleeding Cancer in the Neck, Ulcerated and Virulent on Leg, Poisoned Hand, Eczema from Birth, Abscesses after Vaccination, Rodent Ulcers on Hands, Blood Poison on Foot, Ulcerated Soyes and Eczema, Virulent Abscess on leg, Blood Poison in Hand, Foul Wound on Leg, &c. The Ointment may be obtained from the Man- nina" Ointhient Co., Main-street. Fishguard, or from Mr Thos. Lewis, chemist, Fishguard; F. D. Phillips, Haverfordwest; H. A. Williams, Letterston Albert D&.vid, St. David's; J. Williams, Newport, Pem. T. Meyler, chemist, Fisbguard and D. Llewellyn, chemist, Goodwick, &c. PRELIMINARY ANNOUNCEMENT. A Grand Eisteddfod Will be held in cojinection with Tower Hill ChtLrch on Friday, Jnnel|i5th, 1906. CHIEF CHORAL Prize t20 MALE VOICE Prize 415 Musical kcljudicator- J. T. REES, ESQ., Mus. BAC., Aberystwith. 2fel5 O. D. JONES, Sec. PENFFORDD. CHAIR EISTEDDFOD Will be held at the above place On Friday, April the 6th, 1906. At 1.30 and 6 p.f- f Pryddest, Bywyd Gwledig." t Prize, 5s. and a handsome Chair. Male Voice, 16 in number, 44 Efiraeth." Prize, 91108. Chief Choral, 25 in number;" Let the Hils Resound." Prize, £ 3 3s^, ¡, Adjudicators- Music-Mr. E. Anthony, Goodwiek. Literature and Poetry—Rev. W. Rees (Arian- glawdd), Harmony, and' Mr. O. D. Jones, Fishguard. Programmes Id. each, per post 1 d., may be 2 had of the Secretary, Mr. T. D. Maurice, Council School, Penffordd, Narberth, Pem. 3fe22


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