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pipping jxotties. JG&T JJ^ROM CARDIFF TO ,«l*EaC^LYMERICA—MONARCH LINE £ 6. ^ae^S^CAVK TOWN—CASTLE LINE £ 15. AUSTRALIA-ORIENT LINE B15 15s. Passengers booked to all Parts of the World. Sontli Wales Booking Office, No. I, The Hayes, Car- diff. 10439 58832 RFLHE EDWARDS /ttU&h JL CARDIFF and NEW YORK «*. STEAMSHIP LINE The U llowing first-elass Steamers of tJlillline regu lary saii between Cardiff and New York, Wind Weather, and other circumstances perinittiii.tr :— RHKOLA 2.30U RH1W1NDDA 3,000 RHODOUA i.b00 RHOS1NA ""00 00 ..00 00 .),boo NEWPORT TO BALTIMORE. II AWARD EN (2,500) July 22 Through Bills of leading for all classes of Goous and Parcels to and from Birmingham, Gloucester, Bristol, Bridgwater, Hereford, Wolverhampton, Manchester, Bradford, London, Stalloid, Abergavenny, Swansea, Newport, Merthyr, Ac., ifcc., and places in the Western States of Canada, including Chicago, St. Louis, Mil- wankee, St. Paul's, Toledo, Buffalo, Detroit, Toronto, Philadelphia, Boston, Baltimore, A'c., &c., in con- •unctiou with the principal Railway Companies on both ndes. f £ Cheapest Route for all classes of Goods to and from the Mulhmd Districts. Dock dues, landing and warehousing charges, &c., are much lower at Cardill; than any of tne other Trans huitic Ports. 1 For Freight Charges, Dates of Sailing, and other particulars apply to FREDK. EDWARDS, Cardiff and Newport; 34609 TURNER, EDWARDS & CO., Bristol; or 6824 G. F. BULLEY, 51. South-street New York. -0A The CARDIFF STEAAISHIF jHiwCOMPANY'S FIRST CLASS SCREW uim~^TEAMERS will sail as follows •• DORDOGNE "CARDIFF for BORDEAUX. July 22 •• G1RONDE." .BORDEAUX for CARDIFF..July 22 With Goods and Passengers. For rates of freight, Ac., apply at Messrs Jno Whit- bam and Sons, Agents, 14, Quai des Cluvrtrons, Bor- deanx and at the Offices of the Company, No. 3, Bute T)iw*kfl PftnlifF $481^-61524 HORATIO HOOPER. Manager, YCYF^R A LLAN LINE TO AMERICA. «JEa!Lg.l{!&> ROYAL MAIL STEAMERS. FROM LIVERPOOL. CIRCASSIAN To Quebec July 27 NOVA SCOTIAN { ToB^ttimore'?!. } Aug 1 PERUVIAN To Quebec.Aug. 3 AUSTRIAN To Boston Aug. 3 PARISIAN To Quebec Aug. 10 CASPIAN To Halifax and Baltimore Aug. 15 SARMATIAN To Quebec Aug. 17 WALDENSIAN To Boston Aug. 11 Cheap passages and excellent iiccoiniiiodatioii. Pamphlets on Canada and the Western States of America sent free, Government Assisted Passages to Canada. Full particulars on application to ALLAN lllWTH Ims & CO., Jaines-street, Liverpool. Or to G. Bird, 46, Bute-street, and E. F. Kennard, 19, Queen-street, Cardiff; W. H. llees, Charlesville-place, Neath; A. T. Austin, 16, St. Mary-street, and J. C. Manning, 9, Castle street, Swansea IIarse and Brown, 173, Commercial-street; W. Milton Locke, 10, Great Dock-street, and John Young, Screw Packet Wharf, Newport, Mon.; D. S. Thomas, British Schools, Llandovery; Fredk. Allan, 9, Flannel-street, Abergavenny; A. Tilney, Market-street, Abertillery; Matthew Matthews, Abercarn, near Newport; A. H. Thomas, 2, Church-street, Blaina; A. A. Lewis, Post- master, Ebbw Vale Crockett and James, 4, Taff-street, l'ontypridd William Davies, Bookseller, Ac., Beaufort, and lIla-place, Ebbw Vale; Geo. Batten, 34, Beaufort street, Bryninawr; D. J. Evans, General Outfitter, Ann Watkina 50 Glebeland-street Merthyr Tvdvil. 4929 910E JJOMINION LINE. REDUCED FARES. — From LIVERPOOL every THURSDAY. This Line books Passengers through to all parts of AMERICA At Special Low Rates. Saloon, £10 10s: Intermediate, £8; Steerage, £6 6s. ASSISTED PASSAGES are granted to Manitoba, the North-West Territory, and to all parts of CANADA. Assisted ocean rates to Quebec for Agricultural Labourers, their Families, and Female Domestic Ser- vants, £3 per adult; Mechanics, Navvies, General Labourers, and their Families, £4. For passage tickets apply to FLINN', MAIN, and MONT- GOMERY, 24, James-street, Liverpool or to the Local Agents—John Thomas, Prospect-place, Georgetown, Tredegar; Henry A. Lewis, Postmaster, Ebbw Vale; and Joseph Morgan, Post Office, Pontypool. 8665 RATIONAL LINE TO NEW YORK. From LIVERPOOL TO NEW YORK via QUEENS TOWN every WEDNESDAY. HELVETIA Wednesday, July 26 EGYPT Wednesday, Aug. 2 ITALY Wednesday, Aug. 19 From LONDON to NEW YORK as follows HOLLAND Saturday, July 2iJ GREECE Wednesday, Aug. 9 FRANCE Wednesday Aug. 16 SALOON TO NEW YORK, 10,12, and 15 guineas, accord- iug to pOllition of berth, all having equal saloon privileges. Return tickets 24 and 22 guinea. Steerage to New York, Boston, Philadelphia, and Baltimore £ 6. Superior accommodation amI aimnd- ance of fresh provisions. Cheap through booking to all parts of the United States and Canada. Special rates to Texas. Apply to the NATIONAL STEAMSHIP COMPANY, Limited, 23, Water-btreet, Liverpool, or at 36 and 67, Leadenhall-street, London or to their agents Messrs J. R. NICHOLAS A CO., and GEORGE BIRD, 246, Bute-street. F W. Caunt, 4, Whitcoinbe-street, Aberdare Jas. R. Morgan, Poahnaster, Pontypool John Thomas, 1, Prospect-place, George-town, TredegM- lleur) A. Lewis, Newtown, Kbbw A ale; 1). Ihoiii&s, Market Chambers, Brynmawr • M. Locke, 6, Iredegar- place Newport Arthur Tivley, Abertillery; M. Matthews, Abercarue; T. Yaiuiall, Iiisca; E. II. Davies, Baglan House, Pentre Ystrad. 2845 "VSRHITE STAR LINE „ 7 V ROYAL AND UNITED STATES MAIL STEAMERS. LIVERPOOL to j/ \y voitK, every week on Tuesday or Thursday. From Queenstown the following day. Forwarding Passengers to all parts of the United States and Canada. These splendid vessels combine the highest speed and comfort, and are unsurpassed in their accommodation for passengers. Apply to ISMA Y, IMIUI5, ami CO., 10, Water-street, Liverpool, and 34, Leadenhall-street London James Scott and Co., Queenstown or to the Local Agents. 10029 The only DIRECT Line of Steamers to PHILA- DELPHIA is the R^RYR 4 MERICAN LINE. k- UNITED STATES MAIL STEAMERS. *a*S5SeSSSi*' LIVERPOOL TO PHILADELPHIA EVERY WEDNESDAY. Calling at Queenstown every Thursday. First-class, full-powered Iron Steamships are appointed to Sail LORD CLIVE — I INDIANA July 26 "BRITISH QUEEN — "BRITISH PRINCE Aug 2 "BRITISH CROWNJuly22 | xLORD GOUGH ..Aug, y No intermediate passengers carried on voyages marked thus The only Transatlantic Line sailing under the United States Flag, and carrying the American Rafts for sav- ing Ijfg besides the usual complement of Lifeboats, and an extra number of Life-preservers. The accommoda- tion for all classes of passengers is equal to any of the European Steamship Lines. Every steamer carries a Surgeon and Swwanless. Passengers and goods are landed at Philadelphia. on the Wharf of the Pennsylvania Railroad Company which has the shortest and most direct route to al places in the Western States. < r. Passengers by this Line can pass direct into the Kail- way Cars without leaving the Landing Wharf, and under the same roof there are Refreshment Room, United States Letter Box, Telejjraph Office, Exchange Office, and Baggage Express Office. CABIN PASSAGE, 12 to 21 Guineas. Return tickets BtSTEERAGESPASSAGE as low as any other Fast Line, including an ample supply of Provisions. Steer- Line, including all ample supply of Provisions. Steer- age l'as:<engers are forwarded to New York, or Boston without additional charge. INTERMEDIATE PASSAGE, including Bed, Bedding, and all necessary utensils, and separate table, JE8 8s. Apply i;J Philadelphia to Peter Wright and Sbns, General Agents, 307, Walnut-street; in Queenstown, to N. aud J. Cummins and Brothers and in Liverpool, to RICHARDSON, SPENCE, & CO., 18 and 19, Water-street. LOCAL AGENTS.—John Copeland, 124, High-street, Merthyr Tydfil; Harse and Brown, Dock-street, New- port; James Ayre, 62, Bute-road, Cardiff; W. H. Banks Ivor-street, Blaenavon, Mon. 1435 Gil S 61KEATING S powr>ER- This Powder, so celebrated and perfectly unrivalled in destroying BUGS, BEETLES, FLEAS, MOTHS, and all insects (whilst perfectly harmless to all animal life), yhould be kept ready in every household. It is cleanly in use. All Woollens and Furs should be well sprinkled with the Powder before placing away. It is invaluable to take to the Seaside. To avoid disappointmeut insist upon having "KEATINGS POWDER." No other Powder is effectual. Sold only in tins, 6d, Is, and 2s 6d. 9309 TO GET RID OF WORMS IN CHILD- JL REN, procure a tin of "KEATING'S WORM TABLETS." This unique medicine is certain to cure, and may be taken with absolute safety by the youngest child, Price. Is lid, of all chemists (by post, 15 stamps). Keating, St Paul's, London. A Certain Cure for the Nervous and Debilitated. GRATIS, a MEDICAL WORK SHOWING sufferers how they may be cured and recover Health and Vitality, without the aid of Quacks with Kecipcs for purifying the Blood and removing Skin Affections. Also chapters on Happy Maxriages, when and Whom to Marry, tne Temperaments, Stammering ,Vital Force: How wasted and How Preserved, Galvanic Appliances, and the Wonders of the Microscope iDrDe. lecting Various Complaints. Post free for Two Stamps Address, Secretary of Anatomy Birmingham. 22 KWHO-S GRIFFITHS? THE SAFE; TV MAN.— £ 3 10s 0d.—ONE HUNDRED SAFES: 24 high, 18 wide, 18 deep. 26-20-20, £ 4 4s Od 28-22: .22, JE5 0s Od 31-24-24, £5 12s 6ct. Fitted with Cash Drawer, and secured by Patent Lock, with Dupli- cate Keys, and,>iolid Iron Doors. The Chambers gua.. ranteed tilled with the most Perfect Fire-Reslpting Composition. Suitable for Solicitors, Tradesmen, and others. C. H. Griffiths and Sons, 45 and 48, Cannon- street, E.C. Packed free to any" railway station in London. Extraordinary Bargains. Not to be equalled iai.dottblethe Dricei^ > e noa*- liTtmm MONEY LENT WITHOUT SURETIES BY THE CARDIFF AND COUNTY ADVANCE BANK, CAROLINE-STREET, CARDIFF.—Established 1845. S&TOS5QO Daily advanced in town or country to male or female on personal security, or on mortgage of furniture, trade, or farm stock, plant, crops, Ac., without removal. Dis- tance no object. Easy repayments to suit borrowers. £100,000 FOR INVESTMENT. No GENUINE APPLICATION REFUSED. Ca or write to the Cardiif and County Advance Bank, 9, Caroline-street, Cardiff. Intending borrowers in town or country may rest assured if they cannot obtain an advance at this old established bona fide Loan Office they cannot do sc elsewhere. We use our customers well they always come back and recommend us. Having a large connec- tion in the principal towns in England and Wales, we do business cheaper than others 9798 53266 DO YOU WANT MONEY ?—If so save time,trouble and expense, by applying dircct to Mr Louis Barnett, 49, Bute-street, Cardiif. £10 to :E500 lent da.ily. No sureties or fees. This advertisemeut is genuine. 45129-8274 £ 15 Lent on Personal Security to llouse- holders within the Borough of Cardiff_at 5 per cent., repayable by weekly instalments of 6d in the £ 011 tile amount ùorrowed.-Apply per.)1I£.lly to Mr S. J. Davies, Secretary, Cardiff Mutual lioan Society (es- tablished 1863), No. 1, The llayes, Cardiff. Larger sums by arrangement. Trade Bills Discounted. Mr S. J. DA VIES, Financial Agent, No. 1, The Hayes, Cardiff. MONEY advanced daily, from sums of £ 5 to £ 500, at one hour's notice, to Householders, Trades- men, Farmers, Clerks, and the Working Classes. No delay, but all applications from town or country promptly attended to.—Apply, by letter or personally, to J. Samuel, 220, Bute-road, Cardiff. N.B.—Trade bills discounted on the lowest rates. 65 MESSRS W. & S. HERN, Estate Agents,, JLtJL 74, St. Mary-street, Cardiff, are prepared to ad- vance from £100 to £ 100,000 on Mortgage of Freehold or Leasehold Property, and from JB50 to £1,000 on per- sonal security. 3664 MONEY. The following SUMS are JjtjL ready to be ADVANCED upon Freehold or Leasehold Security: £2,000, £1,000, £900, £800, £500, JE400, £250, £200, £200, and £ 100.—Apply to Messrs Samuel and Nicholls, Auctioneers, &c., Church-street Cardiff 9603 Insurance. ASSURANCE AGAINST ACCIDENTS OF ALL KINDS. ASSURANCE AGAINST RAILWAY ACCIDENTS ALONE. ASSURANCE AGAINST FATAL ACCIDENTS AT SEA. ASSURANCE OF EMPLOYERS' LIABILITY. RAILWAY PASSENGERS' ASSUR. ANCE COMPANY, the oldest and largest Com- pany, insuring against Accidents of all kinds. The Itt. Hon. Lord Kinnaird, Chairman. SUBSCRIBED CAPITAL, Bl.OOO.OOO. PAID-UP CAPITAL AND RESERVE, £230,000. Moderate Premiums. Bonus allowed to Insurers after five years. £ 1,630,000 has been paid as Compensation. Apply to the Clerks at the Railway Stations, tlio Locaf Agents, or 64, COtyNHILL, or, 8, GRAND HOTEL BUILDINGS, CHARING CROSS, LONDON. 49886 10036 WILLIAM J. VIAN, Secretary. Agent—W. Willans, 11, Henry-street, Bute Docks. Jg~fl £20, £50, J3100, £500.-0ptiolls ™ J, on Stock Exchange Securities.—Acknow- ledged to be the best and safest plan ever devised for making large profits from small investments with great rapidity. Explanatory book (2nd edition) SENT FREE.—Address GEO. EVANS and CO., Swam Brokers, Gresham House, Old Broad-street, London. fhtMiratxons. CARDIFF, SWANSEA, AND NEW- V/ PORT SHIPPING GAZETTE. Published every Monday Morning. Price Is per annum, or by post 25s. The "CARDIFF, SWANSEA, AND NEWPORT SHIPPING GAZETTE" contains a complete record of the Shipping business of Cardiff, Swansea, Newport, Bristol, Neath, Briton Ferry, Barry Port, &c., and cir- culates among all the Merchants and Brokers of the Bristol Channel Ports, and generally throughout the various ports of the United Kingdom. It is filed ac Lloyd's, the Lombard, and most of the Chambers of Commerce, and is also sent to the leadiug Foreign Ports. CHIEF OFFICES:-75 and 76, St. Mary-street, Cardiff. I^EONARD'S jyjALTED ■QANDELION jgREAKFAST BEVERAGE. 6 D. AND Is. TINS. There is NO Chicory in this elegant preparation; the Malt is SPECIALLY pre- pared, and is one of the finest aids to digestion known to man. The Dande- lion regulates the secretions, while the Coffee which fonns the principal por- tion of this delicious preparation is the finest imported. SAMPLE TIN POST FREE, 8 STAMPS. jjq-o MORE DISEASE. LEONARD AND COMPANY'S CAMPHOR SP]!.CI.AJ,JTIES. CAMPHOR AND- BORAX DRY SOAI POWDER d Cleanses a.nd keeps the clothes disinfected, besides filling the house with a fragrant and healthy perfume. Id packets. CAMPHORATED SELF-GLAZING STARCH Preserves the Linen from insects and the wearer from disease it also gives a brilliant polish, lib (4d) cartoons, and Id packets. LEONARD AND CO., 10084 NELSON-STREET, BRISTOL. 56232 I I ESTABLISHED 1852. pALMER AND CO.'S UNDERTAKING AND FUNERAL FUR- NISHING ESTABLISHMENT, 10, FREDERICK-STREET, CARDIFF. P. and Co. beg to inform their patrons and the public generally that the above business will in future be carried on under the title of Palmer a.nd Co., and trust they may by un- remitting attention and economy merit the same patronage which was extended for 26 years to the late Mr John Palmer. Charges equally as low as the advertised prices of other firms. 164 j I CARDIFF ADVERTISING, BILL- J POSTING, AND CIRCULAR DISTRIBUTINU COMPANY (LIMITED). OFFICES: CHURCH-STREET CHAMBERS. SECRETARY: FRANK U. SIMPSON. Best Permanent Posting Stations in Cardiff &ud Neighbourhood Contractors for all descriptions of Advertising, Circular Distributing, &c. 9991 All orders promptly attended to. SS251 r J £ ERNICK'S VEGETABLE PILLS If you suffer from Headaches, Bilious or Liver Com- S'aints, Indigestion, Costivcness, Rheumatism, or Tic- oloreux, try KERNICK'S VEGETABLB PILLS., They are easy to swallow, being very small require no' confinement indoors, strengthens the system, and have been tried by thousands, who pronounce them to be the best medicine in the world. TESTIMONIAL from J. BALBIRNIE, Esq., M.A., M.D., Lecturer on "Physiology," Author of "A Treatise on the Turkish Bath," Ac. "I have examined the PiUs, known n.<¡ Vegetable Pills." I certify their composition to be purely vegetable I have also tried their effect, and consider them one of the BEST APERIENT PILLS I FOR CONSTIPATED HABITS THAT I KNOW OF. "(Signed) JOHN BALBIRNIE, M.A., M.D." Mr Cu AN WELL, Apothecary, Monte Video, writing to a Master of a Vessel, says :—" Bring me a supply of "KERNICK'S VEGETABLE PILLS.' I have found them very efficacious they cured me after many other Medi- cines had failed, and I have since given them to my patients with equal success." Thousands of other Testimonials, eqnaJIy gratifying, might be published. "KERNICK'S PILLS" give energy to the system, need no special rules with Kgard to diet, and are universally declared to ba the best medicine of the kind ever discovered.. Sold in boxes at 2s 9d, Is l £ d, and 7.\d each, by most respectable Chemists and Druggists in England and the Colonies, with directions for restoring and preserving health. ERNICK'S VEGETABLE WORM LOZENGES These Lozenges are the most efficacious remedy ev« introduced for Worms. Being innocent in their charac- ter, they may be taken by children of all degrees and conditions with perfect safety. They are most useful for children of delicate stomachs and pale complexion, as they strengthen the system by giving an appetite. If Mothers only knew the value of these Lozenges, no family would be without a box. Sold by most respectable Chemists, in 1Ad and Is l £ d boxes. KERNICK'S DANDELION. COFFEE. A,deli<;i<>ns greafcfast Beverage^ ERNICK'S DANPEUON COFFEE. Prepared from the flnestCoflfee, •withcan$di^tareJp £ the celebrated Dandelion Root (so 'stjcw^ully. einic ployed in capes; of- Liver Complaints), together vfitlii other wholesome ingredients, forming: A delicious; and' healthy breakfast beverage. In tins, afc6d, 1Q$ana Is 6d each of most Grocers/* v KJ&RNJACK'S well-known Medicines, can be obtained^ through any respectable Cljemisfc or Patent Medicine* Vendor, in tho UnitecJ. Iiingdpin or the Colonieaior' direct from the Proprietora, J KERNICK and SON, 6, St. John's-gquare, Cardiff ( £ Duration. CARDIFF ST. CATHERINE'S, PARK-PLACE, CARDIFF. A FIRST-CLASS SCHOOL for GIRLS. Terms for English, I'"rèHch, German, Latin, Mathematics, Natural Science, Theory of Music, Class-singing, Drawing, Calisthenics, and use of Books, from £ 4 9s to £ 5 15s per term. English, French, amI German Governesses. Private Lesson may be arranged. Boarders received. Thirty-six public certitlcates gained in 1881. 10074 Principal MISS TULLIS. 56066 EAST HOUSE, EAST TERRACE, JCJ CARDIFF. SCHOOL FOR GIRLS. PRINCIPAL -Misa WILLIAMS. 1040t RE-OPENS (D.V.) ON MONDAY, 24TH. 58852 Q WELLINGTON-TERRACE—MrsMOR- GAN'8 SCHOOL will RE-OPEN cn MONDAY, JULY 17th, 1882. 305 CO WB RIDGE. GREAT HOUSE, COWBRIDGE.— LADIES' SCHOOL. Principals—Mrs and the Misses CULVERWELL (Associate8 in Arts). Pupils prepared for Oxford, Cambridge, amI the College of Preceptors' Examinations. Referees, Parents of Pupils. 43004-7833 15 Public Certificates have been gained during the past year. • Tbë. next Term will commence (D. V.) 4th August. HEATH HOUSE, COWBRIDGE. The Misses LLEWELLYN will RESUME their SCHOOL DUTIES AUGUST 1st. 10438 58793 SWANSEA. ARNOLD COLLEGE, Woodland-terrace, Constitution Hill.—Principal, EDGAR. WILLIAMS, M.A., B.B.—Pupiis prepared for Commercial Life and all Preliminary Examinations. School RE-OPENS JULY 26th. 10451 58876 MERTHYR. J^/JERTHYR TYDFIL COLLEGE Head Master—T. FAWCETT, Esq.. M.A. (Formerly Scholar and Exhibitioner of Trinity Hall, Cambridge.) A high-class education at a moderate cost. Splendid premises, surrounded by a park of 60 acres. Special preparation for the universities, professions, and commercial pursuits. Strictly inclusive fees, 36 guineas per annum. Prospectuses on application to the Head Master or the Secretary. 10425 The Autumn Term commences Sept. 19th. 58700 HAVERFORDWEST. HILL HOUSE COLLEGE, FOR JDL YOUNG LADIES, HAVERFORDWEST. In Union with the College of Preceptors and passed Twelve Pupils at the Examinations of 1881. Principal—Mrs ANGUS, M.C.P. (Wife of the Rev. Henry Angus). Assisted by efficient Governesses and a French Professor Situation exceedingly healthy, house large, and Re- creation Grounds every way suitable. References-Revs. Dr. McLaren, Manchester; J. Pearson, M.A., Vicar of Fleetwood; J. Owen, A. J. Parry, Swansea W. Edwards, B.A., Pontypool Dr. Davies, J. H. Lochore, W. Davies, Esq., M.P., Bowen Rowlands, Esq., Q.C., Haverfordwest, etc. The Term commences September 25. 10139 55413 BRECON. LADIES" SEMINARY, BOUGHROOD -M-J HOUSE, THE STRUET, BRECON. Miss BUCK begs to inform her friends and pupils that the duties of the NEXT TERM WILL COM- MENCE on WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 2nd, 1882. 10440 BRISTOL. MARLBOROUGH HOUSE SCHOOL .l.'f.l.. (Removed from Somerset-street to). 10, KINGSDOWN-PARADE, BRISTOL. ESTABLISHMENT FOR YOUNG LADIES. Conducted by MISS GOULD and MISS BARNS. The aim of the Principals is to impart a sound and liberal education-to the pupils under their charge, while combinine careful training and school discipline with home comforts and advantages. Christmas, 1881.—College of Preceptors.—Twenty Pupils passed (twenty-five entered). Cambridge Local Examination.^—Six pupils passed out of seven who entered, one gaining the mark of distinction for music. Since 1877, 200 pupils of the school have obtained certificates from of Preceptors. Trinity College, London, School of Art, South Kensington, aqgL the Cambridge University Examinations. 10416T*^ BELFIELD HOUSE, ST. MICHAEL'S JD HILL, BRISTOL. The Misses CORNISH, aided by efficient Masters, and a resident Foreign Governess, receive Young Ladies to Board and Educate. They impart a sound and ac- complished Education, and their pupils enjoy all the comforts of a happy home, combined wito the regu- larity and discipline of school. Terms (inclusive or otherwise) forwarded on applica- tion. 10454 LADIES' SCHOOL, KING'S PARADE, -i-J CLIFTON, BRISTOL. Mrs MAYNARD (successor to Miss Snelling) has removed her School to Clarendon House, immediately opposite her late residence. It is not only more con- venient, but also possesses every modem requisite for a school. Mrs Maynard hopes to receive her present pupils, with any others desiring to enter, on MONDAY, July 31st. m ■Prospectuses on application to the Principal, CLARENDON HOUSE, WHITE LADIES' ROAD, CLIFTON. 58620 Two minutes' walk from the Downs. 10415 PORTLAND MIDDLE-CLASS !r. SCHOOLS, KINGSDOWN, BRISTOL.—Trea- si«i-, S. BUDGETT, Esq. Head Master, H. J. HiJPKINS, F.R.G.S. lliorough education at a moderate cost. Day Boys' or Boarders. Prospectus on application to 3, Apaley Villas, Kingsdown. 58870 GLOUCESTER. ~\X7"EST OF ENGLAND SCHOOL TV FOR GIRLS, GLOUCESTER. Principals—HERR and Mrs G. M. LEO. Most beautiful and healthy situation in the country, one mile from Gloucester. Excellent Premises. Re- creation Grounds, two and a half acres PREPARATION FOR THE UNIVERSITY EXAMINATIONS, THE MODERN LANGUAGES, MUSIC, DRAWING, AND PAINTING, RECEIVE SPECIAL ATTENTION Careful moral training. First-class references. Moderate inclusive terms. During the past four years seventy-one certificates, forty-one with honours, and nine prizes, were gained in the University Local and Musical Examinations by Pupils from this School, 10080 Prospectus and full particulars on application. 56104 Commencement of Second Term, Wednesday, April 26. TAUNTON. INDEPENDENT COLLEGE, JL TAUNTON. REV F. WILKINS AVELING, M.A., B.Sc., Principal, assisted by several qualified Masters. Pupils prepared for Cambridge Local Examinations, for entrance to any- University, for their degree at London, and for Commercial Life. Eight Scholarships, Splendid Gymnasium, Swimming Bath, &c. Separate Junior School under care of Mrs MILNE. Private studies for the elder students. Board and Education, from 27 to 39 Guineas a year. For particulars apply to Principal or Secretary, Mr ALDERT GOODMAN, Taunton. 10122 The Next Term commences May 9th, 1682. — UttUbutjj QJLAMORGAN BUILDING SOCIETY. ESTABLISHED 1867. r,. IMPORTANT TO BORROWERS. GREAT REDUCTION OF FEES. Increased facilities for acquiring Property. Shares £ 30 each, repayment 2s 6d per Fortnight. B30 to £3,000 ready to be advanced on House Pro- perty or Land. For Particulars apply at the Office, 20, Queen-street, Cardiff.. 1C453 iMh PR I N C 1 P A L I T Y Ji- PERMANENT IIS VESTMENT BUILDING SOCIETY. INCOME 22ND YEAR, £111,586. THE OLDEST, LARGEST, and LiiSX in the Neighbourhood. PROFITABLE TO THE INVESTOR. < SAFE TO THE DEPOSITOR. MOST CHEAP and EQUITABLE to the BORROWER Business transacted Daily. Apply for the Society's Statement of Facts" to the Managing Secretary, Mr W. SANDERS, 28, ST. MARY-STREET, CARDIFF. Or Agents:—Mr E. Thomas, 43, York-place, Newport. 41144 Mr D. H. Edmunds, Manghan St., Penarth. 7422 Mr J. A. Davies, Ida-place, Ebbw Vale. THE TAUNTON AND WEST OF ENGLAND PERPETUAL BENEFIT BUILD- ING SOCIETY i. ESTABLISHED 1857. Cbief.Offices-3, HAMMETT-STREET. TAUNTON. Secretary—Mr ALBERT GOODMAN. Borrowing Shares, JSMeach. Sums of money are ready to be advanced on security of any description of real property—freehold, leasehold. Or copyhold—on the most equitable terms; the principal and interest repayable by Monthly Instalments of Ten Shillings per share. INVESTING SHARES, £ 60 EACH, realised in abont 13 years by Monthly Payments of Five Shillings per Share. Prospectuses, or any further particulars, may be ob. i tftined on application to the Secretary, or of T. Afc TJUOflJAS. WEBBER, District Manager. ■Igfe 5, St. John's-aquare, C&rqift. ,(- J F ANQX&NT'S HYDROPATHIC ESTAB- LISHMENT;' I LEICESTER HQUSE; MALVERN. "0 L Numerous Testimonials of success in. the treatment of various rasea.; TKJIMS* £ 2 2s, including Treatment^ Business ^Utessra. 10 FOR TRUSSES, All kinds; BELTS, BANDAGES, Elastic STOCKINGS aud KNEE CAPS, for Varicose Veins; BATH-STREET, LEG IRONS and SPINAL SUPPORTS; SURGICAL APPLIANCES. ENEMAS Repaired. MARTIN S INDIA-RUBBER BANDAGES, for the Cure of Bad Legs. 10323 BRISTOL BRIDGE. i A Female Attendant. HEATH AND SONS, (FROM BROADWOOD'S, LONDON), THE ONLY PRACTICAL PIANOFORTE MAKERS IN SOUTH WALES. WORN PIANOFORTES, ORGANS, AND HARMONIUMS, THOROUGHLY REPAIRED AND REGULATED. The Tone and Touch made equal to New, from 9431 TWO GUINEAS. CHEAPEST HOUSE IN THE TRADE, 12, CROCKHERBTOWN, CARDIFF. PEPPER'S QUININE and IRON TONIC -M. strengthens the nerves and muscular system, iin- prove Digestion, animates the spirits, recruits the tMalth PEPPER'S QUININE and IRON TONIC -t- rouses and developes the nervons energies, en- riches the blood, promotes appetite, dispels languor and depression, fortifies the digestive organ*. Is a specific remedy for neuralgia, indigestion, fevers, chest affec- tions, and in wastmg diseases, scrofulous tendencies, Ac. The whole frame is greatly invigorated by Pepper's Tonic, the mental faculties brightened, the constitution greatly strengthened, and a return to robust health cer. tain. Bottles, 32 doses, 4s 6d- Sold by chemists every- where. The name of ,T. Pepper is on the label. There is no Tonic so certain in effect as Pepper's Quinine and Iron. TARAXACUM and PODOPHYLLIN — This fluid combination, extracted from medicinal roots, is now used instead of blue pill and calomel for the cure of dyspepsia, biliousness, and all symptoms of congestion of the liver, which are geuerally pain be- neath the shoulders, headache, drowsiness, no appetite, furred tongue, disagreeable taste in the morning, giddiness, disturbance of the stomach, and feeling of general depression. It' sets the sluggish liver in motion, very slightly acts on the bowels, giving a sense of health and comfort within 24 hours. It is the safest medicine. Taraxacum and Podophyllin is a fluid made only by J. PEPPER, Bedford Laboratory, London, whose name is on every label. Bottles, 2s 9d. Sold by all Chemists. LOCKYER'S SULPHUR HAIR RE- JLJ STORER will darken-grey hair, and in a few days completely bring back the natural colour. The effect is superior to that produced by a direct dye, and does not injure the skin. Large Bottles, Is 6d.-Lockyer'sis equal to the most expensive hair restorer, .u_ LOCKYER'S SULPHUR HAIR RE-. -i-J STORER is the best for restoring grey hair to its former colour. It produces a perfectly natural shade, and is quite harmless. Valuable for destroying scurf and encouraging growth of new hair. LOCKYER'S SULPHUR HAIR RE- .t.J STORER.—Sulphur being highly prized for its stimulant, cleansing, healthful action on the hair glands LOCKYER'S RESTORER is strongly recommended It is most agreeable in use, and never fails in its action No other hair dressing is requisite. Large Bottles, Is 6d. So!d by Chemists, Hairdressers, and Perfumers everywhere. CRA CROFT'S ARECA TOOTH PASTE. By using this delicious Aromatic Dentifrice, the enamel of the teeth become white, sound, and polished like ivory. It is exceedingly fragrant, and specially useful for removing incrustations of tartar on neglected teeth. Sold by all Chemists. Pots, Is and 2s 6d each (Get Cracroft's). CMJLPHOLINE LOTION."—An Exter- 0 nal Means of CURING SKIN DISEASES. There is scarcely any eruption but will yield to Sulpholine" in a few days, and commence to fade away, even if it seems past cure. Ordinary pimples, redness, blotches accrf, roeghness, vanish as if by magic whilst old, enduring skin -.idordora, ih&t haveplagued the sufferers -or yeans, however deeply rooted they may l>e, Su]pho. line" will successfully attack them. It destroys the animalculæ. which cause these unsightly, irritable, pain- ful aSections, and always produces a clear, healthy, natural condition of the skin. "Sulpholine" Lotion is sold by most Chemists. Bottles, 2s 9d. DEAFNESS, NOISES IN THE EARS, <fec.—DELLAR'S ESSENCE FOR DEAFNESS should always be tried, as in numbers of cases, seemingly incurable, it has done wonders. Slight Deafness, Obstructions in the ears, and the Incessant Humming Sounds so frequent with affected hearing, are removed after Two or Three Nights' Application. DELLAR'S ESSENCE can be spoken of as sure to give some relief in cases of Deafness without causing the slightest injury to the delicate organisms of the ear; and, however surprising, persons for years deaf have heard articulate- sounds after a fair trial of Dellar's Essence. Aurists of eminence recommend it. Bottles, Is lid and 2s 9d. Sold by all Chemists. Post free for 18 stamps sent to Bedford Laboratory, Bayley-street, London, W.C. CURED IN A FEW DAYS, CORNS, BUNIONS, ENLARGED TOE JOINTS.—DELLAR'S CORN AND BUNION PLASTERS are the only real re- medy. They differ from all Plasters, Shields, or Com- positions ever invented. By instantly softening the callous surrounding, the pain goes at once, the Corn soon following. Bunions and Enlarged Toe Joints require more time for perfect cure, but the action is certain and relief instantaneous. Any boots may be worn with comfort three hours after applying Dellar's Plasters on no account be persuaded tobuv any other Boxes, Is l^d each, are sold by all chemists. Post free 14 stamps.—Bedford Laboratory, Bayley-street, London W.C. 9116 IMPORTANT NOTICE. JL FREE TO ALL. Just Published, a gratuitous Edition of a New nd Valuable Work, ent tied, HOW TO ENSURE HEALTH; or, THE CONFI- DENTIAL FRIEND." Sent post free to any address on receipt of One Penny stamp to pre-pay postage, or by letter post three stamps This Book should be read by every one, young or old of either sex. It teaches HOW TO AVOID DISEASE, HOW TO REGAIN HEALTH, HEALTH A SOCIAI SCIENCE. Being a Treatise on the Laws Governing We-the infringement of which is the cause of all Diseases, Nervousness, Debility, and all their concomi- tant symptoms explained, and full instructions given for every sufferer, now to obtain restoration to health. This Valuable Work (112 pages) gives PRESCRIPTIONS IN PLAIN ENGLISH, with full INSTRUCTIONS for their preparation and use- Contains special Remarks on Rheumatism, Sciatica, Gout, Neuralgia, Epilepsy, Palpitation of the Heart, Hysteria, Indigestion, Loss of Energy, Mental and Physical Depression, and all dis- eases of the Nervous and Alimentary System. Also, a descriptive Pamphlet on the functions and Disorders peculiar to the female sex, by the same Author, entitled, THE FEMALE'S FRIEND AND ADVISER, which wil Ibe sent GRATIS to any address on RE. REIPT OF STAMPED ENVELOPE. Address, Messrs BARNES and Co., 43, Lonsdale Square, Barnsbury, I London, N. IMPORTANT TO INVALIDS.—Consult a. qualified and Registered Physician personally, between 11 & 1 o'clock daily. Consultation by letter free. ALL WHO NEED ADVICE ON MATTERS OF HEALTH, if unable to have a personal interview, should at once send full par- ticulars of the case by letter, enclosing a stamped ad- dressed Envelope for reply; this will receive immediate answer, with advice and full instructions how to obtain a perfect cure. Hundreds of lives have been saved, and health fully restored, by correspondence oidy.—Address Messrs BAjtNKS and Co., 48, Lonsdale Square, Barns bury, London, N. 3233 UUPTURES-BY ROYAL LETTERS PATENT. "TpOR THE BLOOD IS THE LIFE.' CLARKE'S WORLD-FAMED BLOOD THE GREAT BLOOD PURIFIER AND RESTORER MIXTURE, for cleansing and clearing the Blood from all impurities cannot be too highly recommended. For Scrofula, Scurvy, Skin Diseases, and Sores of all kind. it is a never-failing and permanent cure. I' It cures Old Sores, Cures Ulcerated Sores on the Neck, Cures Ulcerated Sore Legs, Cures Blackheads or Pimples on theTace, Cures Scnrvy Sores. Cures Cancerous Ulcers. Cures Blood and Skin Diseases, Cures Glandular Swellings, Clears the Blood from all impure Matter, From whatever cause arising. As this mixture is pleasant to the taste, and war- ranted free from anything injurious to the most delicate constitution of either sex, the proprietor solicits suf- ferers to give it a trial to test its value. (Thousauds of testimonials from all parts). v'URE OF A BAD LEG. "5 Chester Bridge, Crewe. "SIR,—I have received the following from ane of my numerous customers for your justly-cele- brated Blood Mixture.' You are at liberty to publish it. "Youra truly, "E. BOOTH, Chemist. "3, Liverpool-terrace, Crewe, 10th, June, 1876. MR BOOTH, DEAR SIR,—I have for a long time suffered with a bad leg—the inflammation extend. ing from the knee to the toes—which was rapidly breaking up my constitution. I was off work eighteen weeks, and tried several of the most largely advertised remedies, and got worse under their influence. As a last resort I obtained from you a email bottle of Clarke's Blood Mixture,' and ex. perienced so much relief from it that I persevered, and seven (7) small bottles cured me. I have re. commended it to several of my friends, who are now improving rapidly under its use.—Yours truly, If HENRY DAVIES, Engine-fitter, Crewe Works." Sold in in Bottles. 2s 6d each, and in Cases, containing rix times the quantity, lis each—sufficient to effect a permanent cure in the great majority of long-standing cases-by all CHEMISTS and PATENT MEDICINE VENDORS throughout the World, and sent on receipt of 30 or 132 stamps, by The LINCOLN AND MIDLAKO COUNTIES' DRUG COMPANY, Lincoln. 11 -—— "IVFLCHAEL PAINE, 5, SEYMOUR. -LtA STREET, ABERDARE, BILL POSTER, DIS TRIBUTER, and TOWN CRIER, begs to inform the Siblic generally that he rents jdl the largest and best ill Posting Stations in Aberdare and District. N.B.— Contracts made. Price lists on application. M. P. does < not authoijjw anyone to receife orders o^ at above ISitsirass jl&frrissis. Jt J/JESSRS W. PRICE AND SONS' FASHIONABLE READY-MADE SUA&IKR CLOTHING. SUMMER SURFS i< IN ALL SIZES. SUMMER SUITS AT ALL PRICES. SUMMER SUITS IN NEW STYLE& SUMMER SUITS IN BEST QUALITIES. SUMMER SUITS f tN. GREAT VARIETY. I SUMMER SUITS i t\)R ALL CLASSES SUMMER SUITS FOR ALL PURPOSES. SUMMER SUITS } IN SUPERABUNDANCE AT THE CARDIFf HOUSE. HATS, CAPS, SHIRTS; HOSIERY, Ac., BEST MECHANICS CLOTHING. Jjr TERMS FOB READY Mox*r ONLY. ONE PBICE. PLAIN £ ||CBES. ADDRESS:—50 AND MARY-STREET (Comer of Caroline-st9*t)} CARDIFF. ..t. 104 I- Q. A. STONE'S FUNERAL FURNISHING ESTABLISHMENT. Stands unrivalled for moderate charges, com- bined with Coffins, ffearses, Mourning Couches, and all the neopsary equipments for first-class Funerals örjlllperior style and finish, and is conducted Jynder the imme- diate superintendence ijJ. the proprietor. Everything necessary for#ompletely furnish- ing funerals kept on theaMo^ses; friends of deceased persons are wereby spared the trouble of consulting &qJ. second person. The proprietor keeping horses, hearses, mourning coaches, &c., can offer advantages for funerals of every de<^rij>tion, at prices lower than any other house in Cardiff. Ar- rangements for graves, Jfcc., also made by he proprietor. ■? Funerals with best het^se and coach, pair of horses, gad* hang- ing velvets to each, superior black cloth coffin, richly naiHd: metal breastplate engraved, ijwiael lin- ings, mattress in bottom, flannel shroud, best pall, hat-bsnds, and attendance to cemetery* £5 10 0 2nd Class, with hearse aw coach Complete 4 10 0 3rd Class ditto ditto 3 10 0 4th Class ditto (Ufto 2 15 0 5th Class, coffin pall, tetbands, superior carriage to takf corpse, arndfriends. ,200 6th Class. 1 15 0 Walking funerals at extremely low prices. The Trade supplied with Hearses, Coaches, Palls, Ostrich Plumes, Hatbands, die., on advantageous tenns. Please note the Address 11, and ,12, WORKING-STREET, (Opposite st. John's Coorchyard), CARDIFF. N.B.—Licensed to let Horses, Cabs, Ac., Dog Cart to let on Hire. 4 103 r: —-—J WM. E. VAuajiAJsr & co.'S j STEAM DYEING AND SGOURING WORKS, 77, CROCKERBTOWN,l« .nT1T1, 248, BUTE-STREET, f ^AKDI* 53, COMMERCIAL-STREET, NEWPORT, 83, HIGH-STREET, MERTHYR. 27, CASTLE-STREET, SWANSEA. — -*• Meeived and Parcels ftipss' 1 t*> Worifc- efcxgSugc free, by the following Co; < AGENTS :— ABERDARE—Mr Eschles, Commercial-place. BRIDGEND—Mr Woodward, Grocer, Nolton-street. BRITON FERRI'—MrD. L. Jones, Bookseller, 2, Villiers- street. COWBRIDGE Mr Rogers, Fancy Repository. PENARTII—Mr Thomas, 45, Plassey-street. PORTH—Mr J. H. Thomas, Hannah-street. Ill DINNEFORD'S MAGNESIA. This pure Solution is the best remedy for acidity of the Stomach, Heart- bum, Headache, Gout, and Indigestion DINNEFORD'S MAGNESIA. The safest and most gen- tle aperient for delicate constitutions. Ladies, Children, and Infants. OF ALL CHEMISTS. 10040 STIFF'S STARCH. gTIFFS gTARCH QTIFF'S STARCH, colors,^RISTI^ANDS^ 10 SHIRT FRONTS. &c„ im TTW'SfSTATJniT PartinK a BEAUTIFUL 11M< b blAXlUtl. GLOSSYSURFACEtothese < Articles, and making the STIFF'S STARCH. L>»en look like new. > The GENUINE AR- qriFF's STARCH: DRUJSISANDB^IISE kJ lib boxes and 51b papers, gTIFF'S STAKUa. fcg;, gTIFFS STABQg — gTII'FS^STAiiCH, a.EKDCUFWSTBEKT, iuico BRIST'OL. RECKITT'S PARIS BLUE. J[\' Has the largest sale in the world. ECKETT'S PARIS BLUE. See Reckitts' name on when you buy it ECKITT'S PARIS BLUE. Gives a snowy whiteness to linen. 10362 ECKITT'S PARIS BLUR JA) Absolutely non-injurious to linen. 53249 j^EARSLEY'S PILLS. K EARSLEY'S FEMALE PILLS. EARSLEY'S WIDOW WELCH'S JUL FEMALE PILLS. A REPUTATION of over 90 years con- stitutes these Pills the leading remedy for all complaints to which Females are liable, and the attention of ladies is particularly directed to the fact that they contain NO PENNYROYAL or other drug that can possibly act deleteriously, and consequently they have the approval of many of the leading medical I men of the day. The ONLY GENUINE Widow Welch's Pills are wrapped in WHITE paper, and bear the signature of C. Kearsley (-11 others are fpurious), to be had of all respectable Chemists, at 2s da per box, or by post for 34 stamps, of Sanger and Sons, 489, Oxford-street, London, W. 10143 CARMARTHEN W. J. NEEDLE, 22, Union-street, Carmarthen, is authorised to receive ADVERTISEMENTS for the SOUTH WALES DAILY NEWS and CARDIFF TIMES and SOUTH WALES WEEKLY NEWS. Advertisements sent to the above address before FIVE o'clock v.m. will secure insertion in the next morning's issue. I Trade Mark, (" Mandrake Pills.") Registered. HOW ARE YOU ?—IF you suffer from BHious and Liver Complaints, Giddiness, Pains | In the Head, Pains iu the Back and between the Shoulders, Griping tains in the Bowels, Wind, and Swelling of the Abdomen, take [ THE AMERICAN MANDRAKE PILLS. INDIGESTION and all its train of discomforts are Removed as if by magic, and the Patient is restored I 'from a life of nervous d spondcncy to appreciate the blessing of full health and vigour.. If you suffer from PILES, Take the American Mandrake Pills. Take the American Mandrake Pills. I I you suffer from GRAVEL, Take the American Mandrake Pills. If you suffer from DROPSY, or any Disease of the KIDNEYS, Take the American Mandrake Pills. You will not be disappointed, for their effect is certain. Sold in Boxes, Is l±d, 2s 9d, 4a 6d, and lis each. Great saving by taking the larger boxes. Sold by all Great saving by taking the larger boxes. Sold by all Chemists everywhere.—F. P. KEALL, Chemist, 199, High-street, Swansea. Free by post by the Proprietor Sold at Roath by Mr Robb Cardiff, Messrs Coleman and Co.; Newport, Mr J. Young; Neath, Mr Hill; Llanelly, Mr Jacob Hughes; Pontypridd, Mr Bassett; Cardigan, Mr E. C. Evans; London, Messrs F. New. beryandSon.. 8076 JNJECTION r, DAY. An INFALLIBLE REMEDY and certain enre for all Discharges from the Urinary Organs in eitlftr sex whether acquired or constitutional, recent or chronic; cures in a few days without medicines. Sold in bottles, 2s 6d each, by all chemists. London agents, F. New- 2s 6d each, by all chemists. London agents, F. New. bury and Sons, 1, King Edward-street, E.C. Agents for Cardiff, J. Munday, 1, Duke-street, dornei- of High* street; and J. A. Collier, 55, James-street, Docks, and at Grangetown. 10206 LIVER COMPLAINTS DR. KING'S DANDELION & QUININE .LTVER PILLS (without Mercury). The best remedy for BILIOUSNESS, STOMACH DE- RANGEMENT, FLATULENCE, PAINS BETWEEN THE SHOULDERS, BAD APPETITE, INDIGES- TION, ACIDITY, HEADACHE, HEARTBURN, and. all other symptoms of Disordered Liver and Dyspepsia. Acknowledged by many eminent Surgeons to be the safest and mildest Pills for every constitution. ali Hd. 38 6d, and 4B_6d..at aU Chemists R,I:«33 }.bbrtSI!t5. 1£5 5". ENGLISH SILVER JLU VILLI WATCH, MADE BY rjlAINSH BROS., 5, HIGH STREET, CARDIFF. £5 5s. SILVER LEVER WATCH, TESTIMONIAL FROM INSPECTOR HUNT. Great Western Railway, Tiverton Junction. GENTLEMEN,— The £5 58 Lever Watch you sold me is keeping most excellent time; in fact, much better than the Station Clocks. Yours truly, C. HUNT. £5 5a SILVER LEVER WATCH. TESTIMONIAL FROM MANAGER OF PAPER MILLS. Creech St Michael, Somerset. GENTLEMEN,— I herewith send my Watch to be cleaned. It is going well indeed, not having varied two minutes the last three months, but as the war. ranty has nearly run out, think you had better examine it. Vours truly. B. GABDNEB. £ 5 5a • SILVER LEVER WATCH. GENTLEMEN,— The watches you have supplied to myself and friends are keeping capital time, and give us every satisfaction; and I shall have very great pleasure in recommending other custom. ers to you, for no one who is engaged in labour of any kind could wish for a sounder watch. Be COVRTNEY. £5 58.. SILVER LEVER WATCI., AS SUPPLIED TO RAILWAY AND GOVERN- MENT OFFICIALS, ■- —— m MILITARY "AN!) NAVAL AND WHEREVER A GOOD* TIMEPIECE IS A NECESSITY. rjlAINSH GKOS,, HIGH-STREET, CARDIFF. EVERY WATCH WARRANTED AND KEPT IN REPAIR FOR THREE YEARS FREE OF CHARGE, j 9998 E L E C.T. RLC BELLS. ELECTRIC BELLS, on an improved principle, fixed complete from 20s per room. Electric Alarm Thief Detectors, and Fire Alarm Indicating Thermometers. Patent High and Low Water Guage and Alarum. Fix- ing by experienced workmen at very low prices. Full particulars on application to JOHN PHILLIPS, 3 & 4, GLEBE-STREET, [ 68205 10361 PENARTH, CARDIFF Established 1866. BILLPOSTER TO HER MAJESTY'S GOVERMENT JAMES RICHARD CARR, BILLPOSTER AND ADVERTISING AGENT, 6, VICTORIA SQUARE, BANESWELL, NEWPORT, MON. Private Stations, Town and Country. 805 WORTH KNOWING. GEORGE NAISH, 79. GREAT FRE- DERICK-STREET, CARDIFF, is the OLDEST ESTABLISHED PUBLIC BILL POSTER, who rents the largest number and best pri. vate bill posting stations in the town and neighbour- hood. All work entrusted to him will be speedily and faithfully executed. N.B.—Bill Posting sent by post or rail will have immediate attention. JQR. ROOKE'S MEDICINES JQR. ROOKE'S ORIENTAL PILLS. m ROOKE'S SOLAR ELIXIR. DR ROOKE'S WELL-KNOWN FAMILY MEDICINES have had a continually increasing sale throughout the United Kingdom and the British Colonies since their introduction in 1836, and are specially noted for their STRENGTH- ENING and RESTORATIVE Properties. Hence their invariable success in the RELIEF and CURE of INDIGESTION, LIVER COMPLAINTS, ASTHMA, BRONCHITIS, PULMONARY CONSUMPTION, RHEUMATISM, GOUT, SCROFULA, GENERAL DEBILITY, And all Diseases of the NERVOUS SYSTEM whether arising from a sedentary mode of life unhealthy occupation, insalubrious climate, or other cause whatsoever. DR. ROOKE'S ORIENTAL PILLS Ate sold in Boxes at Is lid and 4s 6d each. DR. ROOKE'S SOLAR ELIXIR Is sold in Bottles at 4s 6d and Us each. DR. ROOKE'S MEDICINES May be obtained of all Chemists and Patent Vendors. DR. ROOKE'S ANTI LANCET. ALL WHO WISH TO PRESERVE HEALTH and thus prolong life should read Dr. ROOKE'S ANTI-LANCET, or HANDY GUIDE TO DOMESTIC MEDICINE," which contains 172 pages, and is replete with anecdotes, sketches, biographical matter, portraits of ennoemtmen, &C. DR. ROOKE'S ANTI-LANCET may be obtained GRATIS Post Free from Dr. Itooke, Scarborough, England. DR. ROOKE'S ANTI LANCET. Concerning this Book, the late eminent author, Sheridan Knowles, observed :—" It will be an incalculable boon to every person who can read and think. DR"' ROOKE'S ANTI LANCET WW Household obovM PQØØ ft y PULLARS' ÐYERS J[_ BY APPOINTMENT TO THE QUEEN. DYE WORKS, DYERS TOERTH. BY APPOINTMBNT JL TO THE QUEEN. SPECIALTIES: FIliST-CLASS WORKMANSHIP. MODERATE PRICES. SPEED IN RETURNING GOODS. GOODS SENT CARRIAGE FREE. AGENCIES IN CARDIFF. Jolrs MORRIS. 8, Royal Arcade. Miss ELLIS, 31, High-street. Mrs M. C. HOGG, 6, Crockherbtown. Canton.—Mr A. W. GREEN, 134 Cowbridge-road. Roath.—Miss HOLLINSHEAD, 8. Castle-road. „ Messrs ALLEN and Co., 9, Clifton-street. LLANDAFF.—Mr A. J. GREEN, Bootmaker. PENARTH. —Mr JOHN MORGAN, Draper, M. Brooklvn House. SWANSEA. — Mrs JENKINS, 5, Burman-street, Wal- ter'8-I'OalI. „ Misses GLADWIN. 77, Oxford st; and „ Mr B. PARRY, 13, Castle-street. BURRY PORT.-Mr D. BADGER, Stationer, Station- road. 10325 Catalogues and every information on application. 55958 1 I  NDREWS & MARSH, FUNERAL FURNISHERS, 80, ST. MARY-ST., CARDIFF. ANn PENARTH MEWS, PENARTH. Funeral with Hearse and Coach with pair of Horses and hanging Velvets to each, Coffin covered with Black Cloth, richly Nailed, best Metal Plate, lined with Flannel, Flannel Dress, Pall, Hatbands, and attendance £5 5 0 Second Class.440 Third Class .330 Fourth Class. 2 10 0 FUNERAL CARRIAGES OF EVERY DESCRIPTION ON HIRE. CHILDREN'S FUNERALS, Including Coach with pair of Horses, velvets, White Plumes, Coffin covered with Black, Blue, or Polished, lined with Flannel, Undertaker and Coachman, with Silk Hatbands and best Pall, with white silk border, and use of crape Bands for friends— Under 1 Year, from. £110 0 „ 2 „ 1 11 0 „ 3 „ _1120 „ 4 „ 1 14 0 „ 5 „ 1 15 0 And so on in proportion. ONE-HORSE CARRIAGE, Including Coffin, covered in Black, t Blue, or Polished, lined with Flannel, Hatbands for Mourners, Undertaker and Coachman, with Silk Bands and Pall included, under six months .JB018 0 Under 1 Year 1 0 0 „ 2 „ .11 0 ..3" .120 „ 4 „ .140 And so on in proportion. — I 967:r¡- DURING THE LAST TWENTY-EIGHT YEARS MAISH'S LIVER PILLS have Cured innumerable Cases of INDIGESTIGN, and all Forms of LIVER COMPLAINT pain under the col- lar-bone and between the shoulders, giddiness in the head, pain low in the back and right side. In Boxes at 7id and Is lid. Proprietor, EDWARD MAISH, Chemist, Bristol. By post 13i stamps. A FAMILY MEDICINE of established reputation. No better An- tibilious Pill in existence. Sold by Chemists. Local Agents :—Cardiff, Coleman and Company; Swansea, John Davies, High-street; Newport, James Edmunds, lush-street. 53051 9736 ONE BOX OF CLARKE'S B 41 PILLS is warranted to cure all discharges from the urinary organs in either sex, acquired or constitutional, gravel, and pains in the back. Sold in boxes, 4s 6d each, by^Ul chemists and patent medicine vendors or sent to any address for 60 stamps by the makers, The Lincoln and Midland Counties' Drug Company, Lincoln. Wholesale Agents, Barclay and Sons, London, and all tne wholesale bouses. d 138 ^TORTH A GUINEA A BOX. BEECHAM^S PILLS ARE admitted by Thousands to be worth a GUINEA A Box for bilious and nervous dis- orders, such as wind and pain in the stomach, sick headache, giddiness, fullness and swelling after dj$zmes £ 3-nd drowsiness, cold chills, flushings of heat, of .appetite, shortnessof breath, costi/eniMMHXVX*' Notchesontheskin,'distwF&ed fli»ep, and all nervons and trembling sensations, &c.. The first dose will give relifef in twenty minutes. This is no fic- tion, for they have done it in thousands of cases. Every sufferer is earnestly invited to try one box of these Pills, and they will be acknowledged to be WORTH A GUINEA A BOX. For females of all ages these Pills are invaluable, as a few doses of them carry off all gross humours, open all obstructions, and bring about all that is required. No female should be without them. There is no medicine to be found to equal BEECHAM'S PILLS for removing any obstruction or irregularity of the system. If taken according to the directions given with each box, they will soon restore females of all ages to sound and robust health. For a weak stomach, lmpairell digestion, and all dis- orders of the liver, they act like "MAGIC," and a few dozen will be found to work wonders upon the most important organs in the human machine. They streng- then the whole muscular system, restore the long lost complexion, bring back the keen edge of appetite, and arouse into action with the ROSEBUD of health the whole physical energy of the human frame. These are FACTS admitted by thousands, embracing all classes of society, and one of the best guarantees to the ner- vous aud debilitated is. BEECHAM'S PILLS have the largest sale of any patent medicine in the world. BEECHAM'S MAGIC COUGH PILLS. As a remedy for Coughs in general, asthma, difficulty of breathing, shortness of breath, tightness and op- pression of the chest, wheezing, &c., these Pills stand unrivalled. They speedily remove that sense of oppres- sion and difficulty of breathing which nightly deprive the patient of rest. Let any person give BEECHAM'S PILLS a trial, and the most violent cough will in a short time be removed. CAUTION.—The public are requested to notice that the words BEECHAM'S PILLS, St Helen's," are on the Government Stamp affixed to each box of the Pills. If not on, they are a forgery. Prepared only, and sold wholesale and retail, by the Proprietor, T. Beecham, Chemist, St Helen's, Lanca- shire, in boxes at Is lid and 2s 9d each. Sent post free from the proprietor for 15 or 36 stamps.—Sold by all Chemists and Patent Medicine Dealerll. N.B.—Full directions are given with each box. 10161 BETTER TO BE BORN LUCKY THAN RICH.—J. THOMPSON, 34, High-street, Swansea, has discovered a new remedy in the extract of Burdock for all diseases of the Blood, Stomach, Liver, and Kid- neys. Thousands of cures have been effected by the Eower of these wonderful Pills after all other medicines ave completely failed—a proof that foulness of the blood is the sole cause of every disease, as well as the life of every living creature. Therefore, at the spring of the year, and during the hot weather, the Great Blood Purifier, THOKPSON 8 BURDOCK PILLS, should be freely taken, as they purify the foulest state of the blood. A few doses cleanse and strengthen the sto mach, regulate the bowels, and remove all diseases of the liver and kidneys. Pains in the head, and all de. rangements of the nervous system, are speedily and effectually cured by the same extraordinary medicine. All sufferers are highly recommended to try them. Sold by all Chemists and Patent Medicine Vendors, in boxes Is ljd and 2s 9d each. 3120 CROSBY'S BALSAMIC COUGH ELIXIR. CROSBYS BALSAMIC COUGH ELIXIR. Opiates, Narcotics, and Squills are too often in- voked to give relief in Coughs, Colds, and all Pulmonary Diseases. Instead of such fallacious remedies, which yield momentary relief at the expense of enfeebling the digestive organs, thus increasing that debilitv which lies at the root of the malady, modem science points to CROSBY'S BALSAMIC COUGH ELIXIR as the true remedy. ROSBYS BALSAMIC COUGH ELIXIR. DR. ROOKE'S TESTIMONIAL. Dr. ROOKE, Scarborough, Author of the "Anti- Lancet," says:—"I have repeatedly observed how very rapidly and invariably it subdued Cough, Pain,and irritation of the Chest, in cases of lJulmonary Consumption; and I can, with the greatest confidence recommend it as a most valuable adjunct to an otherwise strengthening treatment for this disease. ROSBY'S BALSAMIC COUGH ELIXIR. CLERGYMEN, SINGERS, and PUBUC SPEAKERS will find it the most effectual safeguard against Horseness, Chronic Bronchitis, and'all affec- tions of the vocal organs. CROSBY'S BALSAMIC COUGH ELIXIR. PULMONARY CONSUMPTION. To those who are suffering under this malady the medicine will be found of inestimable ser- vice, as it almost instantly relieves the most distressing Cough, Pain in the Chest, difficulty of Breathing, Ac. For the Night Sweats, so fearfully weakening in this disease, it acts as a specific, invariably checking them ia the course of a few days. ROSBY'S BALSAMIC COUGH ELIXIR. This medicine, which is free from opium and squills, not only allays the local irritation, but improves digestion, and strengthens the consti- tution. Hence it is used with the most signal — success in A THMA, CONSUMPTIVE NIGHT BRONCHITIS, SWEATS. CONSUMPTION DIFFICULTY of BREAm. COUGHS and COLDS ING, INFLUENZA PAIN IN THE CHEST, WINTER COUGH And all Affections of the Throat and Chest. ROSBY'S BALSAMIC COUGH ELIXIR. Is sold in Bottles at Is 9d, 4s 6d, and lis each, by all Chemists and Medicine Vendors, and wholesale by JAMES M. CROSBY, Chemist, Scarborough. CROSBY'S BALSAMIC COUGH ELIXIR AA your Chemist for the New Edition (Gratis) of Crosby's Prize Treatise on Diseases of the Lungs and Air Vessels," containing full and plain instructions for the relief and cure of these Diseases, or Post Free from JAMES M. CROSBY, Chemist, Scarborough. » CROSBY, Chemist, Scarborough. » CROSBY'S BALSAMIC COUGH ,1 ELIXIR. 9024 49418 to sold by all Cbenuista and Patent Medicine Vendwj %Utsituag jlftftrmis. TOYW TOYS!! TOYS! J- IN UNPRECEDENTED VARIETY. Both Hemispheres contribute their highest art and genius to produce J. Owen's marveiloas goods. JOHN OWEN, WHOLESALE TOY DEALER, 49, Shudeliil, Manchester. Overflowing Stock of Continental aud British Fancy Goods, Croquet, Archery, Cricket, Badmingten, Lawn Tennis, BalIs; Bats, and Wickets. Novelties of every description n workboxes, desks, dressing cases, tea caddies, cutlery, jewellery, hair- brushes and oombs. Owen's collection of glass orna- ments, lustms, vases, and shades, is unequalled. 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GIVES INSTRUCTIONS AND AD- VICE, THE RESULT OF THIRTY-ONE YEARS' SPECIAL PRACTICE, for the Cure of all Diseases of the Nervous System, Nervous Debility, Mental and Physical Depression, Palpitation of the Heart, Noises in the Head and Ears, Indecision, Impaired Sight and Memory, Indigestion, Loss of Energy, Pains in the Back, Constipation, Blushing, Hysteria, Timidity, Self- distrust, Dizziness, Love of Solitude, Groundless Fears, Muscular Relaxation, Loss of Sleep, Faulty Nutrition, Loss of Flesh, Weakness, Pimples, Diffidence, Ac., re- sulting from Loss of Nerve Power. ILLUSTRATED WITH CASES AND TESTIMONIALS, with Name of the Medicine in English Used iu each case. SIXTY THOUSAND INVALIDS HAVE BEEN CURED BY THESE MEDICINES. THREE THOUSAND FIVE HUNDRED TESTI- MONIALS HAVE BEEN GIVEN in favour of the Positive Remedies. NO CONSULTATION FEES. NO STATEMENT OF CASE. NO PERSONAL INTERVIEW. SELF. TREATMENT EASY AND SAFE. This Book should be read by Invalids before stating their case, or placing themselves in the bands of a Medical Man, or taking any Medicine for the cure of disease. GRATIS.—Sent by Post to any part of the World on receipt of Two Stamps to prepay postage, direct from the Publishers. H. & H, SMITH & CO., POSITIVE REMEDY LABORATORY, 26, Southampton-Row, London. W.C. 325 GEORGE'S PILE AND GRAVEL PILLS v3T are now recognised by all as being the best Medi- cine yet discovered for PILE and GRAVEL, as well as for the following pains, which, in 99 cases out of every 100, are caused by these painful maladies :— Pain in the Back, Flatulency, Griping, Colic, a Sense of Weight in the Back and Loins, Darting Pains in the region of the Heart, Liver, and Kidneys Constipation, Pains in the Thighs, some- times shooting down to the calf of the Leg and Foot; Suppression and Retention of Urine Pains in the Stomach, and all Liver Complaints. Thousands have been cured by these Pills, and many who have been pronounced hopeless have been tho- roughly restored to health by their use. One Box will convince the most sceptical of their efficacy. In order to suit all who may be suffering from ONE or OOTII of these Maladies, the Proprietor prepares this Vegetable Remedy in the following form :— NO. 1.—GEORGE'S PILE AND GRAVEL PILLS NO. 2.—GEORGE S GRAVEL PILLS. NO. 3.-GEORGE'S PILLS FOR THE PILES. Important Testimonials from Doctors, Chemists, and Invalids, from all parts of -the country, will be for- warded to any address on receipt of a stamped envolope. Sold in Boxes, Is lid and 2s 9d, by all respectable Chemists. By Post, Is 4d and 3s in Postage Stamps. Every box is protected by the Government Sump. NOTICE.—The title PILE and GRAVEL PILLS," is Copyright, and entered at Stationers' Hall. Proprietor-J. E. GEORGE, M.BP.&, Hirwain, Glamorgan. May be had Wholesale from most Patent Medicine Warehouses in London, Bristol, Liverpool and Man Chester 4979—3263 RELIEF FROM COUGH IN TEN MINUTES. HAYMAN'S BALSAM OF HORE- JLJL HOUND is the most certain and speedy remedy for all Disorders of the Chest and Lungs. In Asthma and Consumption, Bronchitis, Couglis^Influenxa, Diffi- culty of Breathing, Spitting ol Blood, Whooping Cough Hoarseness, Loss of Voice, Ac., this Balaam Ctveam* stantaneous relief, and, if properly persevered with, scarcely ever fails to effect a rapid core. It has now been tried for many years, has an estab- lished reputation, and many-thousands have been bene- fitted by its use. IT HAS A MOST PLEASANT TASTE. IMPORTANT TESTIMONIAL. Amport Firs, Andover, May 29th, W60.—Sir,—I have for-some years had your Balsam of Horehound for Mrs B. Webster, and intended writing and tell you how much benefit she has derived. She was considered cuisump- tive, but the Balsam has quite restored her anc she is now quite strong. I have recommended you dozora 0< customers and all have been pleased with it. I am, yours, Ac., Mr Cayman, Chemist. H. B. WRBSTEJL IN THE NURSERY It is invaluable, as children are fond of it and take it eagerly. Immediately it is taken coughing ceases, rest- lessness is gone, and refreshing sleep ensues. No lady who lias once tried it would ever afterwards be with ¡ out it. Prepared only by A, Hayman, Chemist, Neath, and sold UY all Chemists. Price la lid aud2s 9d per bottie jm lJusíne55 }.bbressts. "VTEW SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS FOR 1882 RE,TNRNED {ROM the London and Markets with a large aud wetl-assorted Stock of Goocbfc we would respectfully call the attention of all intenS ing purchasers to the following The LARGEST STOCK of SCARFS and TIES ia SOUTH WALES, Comprising all the Latest Novelties. A well-selected Stock of Gloves, Collars, Wrists, Fronts, Studs, Links, Solitaires, Braces, Belts, Carters. Straps, Ac., AC. Oxford, Zephir, French Print, and White Dresa Shirts. 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Ferre (sucoeaoor to rou)) Pharmacien, 102, Rue Richelieu in Louden BT1 W'LLCOX and CO., 336, Oxford-street, W., who WIV forward it carriage paid to any Town in the UnitM Kingdom on receipt of P.O.O. Also by all CheinUts. 10082 56151 ,i ta NEW EXPRESS TRAINS BETWEEN GLQO 1 CESTER, BIRMINGHAM MANCHESTER LIVERPOOL, AND THE NORTH, MIDLAND RAILWAY. IMPROVED THROUGH COMMUNICATION BETWEEN CAR. DIFF AND THE MIDLAND COUNTIES, NORTH, OF ENGLAND AND SCOTLAND. Third Class Penny per Mile by all Trains on tAt Midland Railway. JULY, 1882. UP TRAINS: WEEK DAYS. B ( F A ^t P- m. p. m. a. m. a. m a. m. a. m. a. m. Edmburgh(Wav- I erley dep. 4 251 9c20 in 30 Glasgow (St B Enoch) dep. 5 0, 9 15 10 15' Carlisle „ 8 012C12 8 4C 1 18' Blackburn „ 8 28 8 3010 7 11 S Rochdale „ 9 17 5 23 7 27 9 21 10 5? 12 52 Halifax „ 10 0 • 5 57 8 0 9 4011 4L 1 iff Huddersfield 10 25 6 0 8 10 9 57 11 6V 1 Sf Wakefield „ 10 17 7 25 9 511 JO 1 t 3 i Lancaster „ 6 15 c 8 1210 3c 12 6tt Bradford 10 50 1 55 7 501 8 15,11 15 12 2t 4 i Leeds .„ „ 11 40 2 25 8 20 8 5011 45 12 5C 4 3? Banisley 8 55 C 7 35 9 1511 551 1 £ 4f Newcastle.. „ 7 81110 143 9 3010 ( l 45. Sunderland „ 6 40 10 45 8 30 9 3 1 3# Durham „ 7 35 11 35 9 52 10 3* 2 II Darlington.. „ 8 18 12 12* 2 35 10 2211 It 2 «• Stockton. 7 10 46. 9 27 10 4t 2 26 Scarboro' „ 8 15 9 2511 ( 2 5C York 9 38 1 40 7 30 11 45 12 it 4 MP Hull 8 50 C 6 50 11 0 11 50; 3 Iff Sheffield. 12 45 4 25 9 2510 1012 68 2 2'. 55t L'pool (Mid-Cen- B tralStation),, 10 35 7 30 9 011 10 12 11 4 & Mnchstr, Central 11 30 8 33 9 5012 10 1 ( 4 SO „(LondonRoad) 11 30 9 50 1 ( 4 5? 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Nottingham „ 11 43 5n25 9 5011 0 1 20 3 t 6 IS Derby „ 1 50 6 45 10 3211 40| 2 6 3 4< 7 5 Burton 2 10 7 10 9 911 59 1 40 4 1 7» Tamworth „ 1 18 7 43 9 3411 29 2 C- 4 2; 7 41 Yarmouth 3 4? 6 ( 8 1( 1 Norwich. „ 4 40 7 36 8 5C 1 54, Cambridge.. 5 55 7 50| 8 3C LI 3( 2 & Peterboro* „ 7 4 £ 8 55 10 2 £ 11 5T 4^ Leicester. ,,112? 8 1011 25|12 2 5; 6 55 Birmingham B f (New-street) „ 2 46 8 4011 15;12 40! 2 5C 5 2t 8 IA Worcester „ 4 Z 9 4411 29 1 51; 3 46 6 5t 9 3fi Gloucester arr. 4 52 10 4012 55! 2 4lj 4 4i 8 t 19 3| ¡ Gloucester..dep. 5 45:11 51140)345 6 5 8 4612 'fjt- Chepstow arr. 6 42 121B 2 23M53 7 10 9#la Newport 7 15 1 7 2 50 5 32 7 47 9 47 i f Cardiff.. „ 7401353 13: 6 08 1010 8 2 31 a.m. 1p.m. p.m. p.m. p.m.) p.m. tumi a.m.!a.m.fa.m.|p.m.|p.m.|p.m. p.m/ Cardiff dep. 6 0| 7 1<W 9 4012 4512 45 4 0 6 If Newport. „ 6 20i 7 38!l0 6| 1 6| 1 25 4 26 6 31 Chepstow. „ 6 45| 8 20110 47 1 35 2 12; 5 12 7 §•■Gloucester ..arr. 7 30; 9 25(11 55! 2 201 3 20! 6 20 7 54 Gloucester..dep. 7 43 10 1112 35 2 35 3 40 6 45 8 2^ Worcester ..arr. 9 210 55(144 322 525 R oj 9 Birmingham (New-street) „ 10 40 1 25 2 53 4 35 5 40 9 48fl0 18 Leicester 12 24 3 20 4 10 5 52 8 12 1 44 Peterboro' „ 2 37 6 35 10 25 Cambridge. 4 30 8 42 9 2312 55 Norwich. 6 20 ..I 2 0 Yarmouth „ 7 0 | 3 0 Tamworth 11 40 1 55! 4 33 5 13 7 8 11 5| Burton „ 12 1012 33 5 4 5 34 7 30 H2g Derby „ 12 3212 55 3 36 6 0 6 20 11 « Nottingham. „ 1 7 1 46 4 17 6 54 7 22 1 » Newark 2 39 5 10 8 25 4 20> Lincoln „ 3 16j 5 53 10 0 5 Mnchster, Cntral 2 451 5 35 8 15 2 9 ,,(London Road) 2 46) 8 15 L pool (Mid-Cen- j tral Station) „ 3 40; 625 95 Sheffield 1 50 2 16;4 43 7 40 I§ 45 Hull 3 55 6 0] 6 33 ,11 10 433 York „ 3 12] 4 35; 5 53 » 9 28 3 3dj Scarboro' 4 50j 6 0 7 35 5 48 Stockton 5 34 7 15 8 10 11 51 6 1# Darlington.. „ 4 18 6 42 8 3 ..11 26 4 44; Durham. „ 4 51 7 31 8 39 12 0 5 2f Sunderland.. „ 5 30 8 30 9 20 12*35 <t 20* Newcastle.. „ 5 14 8 0 9 7 ..12 25 5 58 Barnsley „ 3 48 5 43 8 37 Leeds „ 3 20 6 0 9 0 1 fO Bradford. „ 4 12 6 30 9 48 2 89 iAneaster 6 13 917 858 Wakefield 3 57 68 855 545 Hbdde«field„' 5 .10 0 6 48 Halifax „ 5 10 7 28 ..10 40 7 ) Rochdale „ 5 56 8 21 1115 ..8 0 Blackburn 6 18 9 42 8 54 Carlisle „ ..6 5.. 5E47 Glasgow (St. Enoch) ..8 55 7 46 Edinburgh (WaTerley) „ 8 40 7 35' p.m.p.m. p.m. p.m. a.m. p.m. a4b. THIRD-CLASS PASSENGERS ARE NOW CO. VEYRD BY ALL TRAINS, No connection to Sunderland oa Sundays. B -Thia train does not run on Mcnday mornings. C—Passengers may leave Edinburgh at 10.30,p.m. frotfr July 24th to October 13th, Carlisle LO, Bradford Leeds 3.50, and Sheffield at 4.48 a.m., from July 2681íi, to October 11th, Monday mornings excepted. D-Tbiø time will apply from July 24th, to OctobtiT 13th. Monday morning excepted. E-Thestrtimes will apply from July 24th, to OctotMT 13th. c PASSENGERS DESIROUS OF TRAVELLING BY 1 < THIS ROUTE From Cardiff, Newport, and Chepstow are parti«ulariy requested to ask f <r Tickets to travel via VOIoneestOt and the Midland Railway." lnfrjjg -,QHN NORLK. GeeeeelMawwa

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