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T 0 X K H R 0 S | t. (Son51 of the late Ald..nH6tn G. A. Stone). I C 0 M P I. E T E I 1 V IT N V R A I. FURNISHERS AN1) FUNERAl, DIRECTORS. EVERY REQUISITE FOR FUNERALS OF ALL CLASSES. Proprietors of Funeral ear. Hearses Shellibiers, HJHI Coaches. Superb Flemish Horses, Ac. rhic? LIST ON AI'Pi, ICIN Pleise Not* the Only Address 5, Vf 0 R KIN G S '1' R E E T Telegraphic Address â 16228l STONE BROS: £ _CA^mFF G. A. STONE AND CO. TJNDERTAKERS, ESTABLISHED OVER JO YEARS. At the Old and Only Address- 10, 11, AND 12. WORKING-STREET, CARDIFF. AND UNDER THE MANAGEMENT OF MISS STONE, A..i< b on Efficient Staff. Trie .-rarhic Address St,?ll," Undertaker T,!(, Ad-,Arl! ?,,?" 21505 J. INI AtiSH and COPY. UNDERTAKERS, ADULTS' FUNERALS, 1st Class, with Best Qlass sule He.irse. orVictoria Car T\vo Bt Coaches aud Pars to btcb. hu. Elm Shell, fulMiued, tine, S Itm.tllu1Ud Robe, Iii?. ouw<le Oak (poli?be,l) with Best Br,?i F rniture, Klaborate Name PlaW (eu^raved) Bearers, and Self-attendance £1 12 0 2nd Class, us above. Without Shell and B.rr. 9 9 0 lat Class, lin. Kim Polished Coffin, with B us* Furnitn:ø am) Cnrria.gea aua Attendance as Abovo 6 10 0 With imitation Brass Furniture (En- 6 0 0 2nd Class. With Shellibier and C0ach. 4 4 0 ONX.T 4nu ST. -,I .,TBEET. CABOIFF.fJ35Q6 I aurtion ^ummann lIe..r8. BRAnLEY Tnd COOKE. Household Fumittire. Jtc at Cardifi Nor. 23 Messrs. TRECSEBTHEJ. DUNN and CO. S'eamr. Shares, at Cardiff Nov.22 Messrs. GOTTWAI.TZ, BOWBINCT, and PERRY. Contents of Residence, at Cardiff, ISov 29, 30, and Dec. 1 lIo.8ro. S. BERY ..d PERTWEE. at Crdiff N"' 29 :i:t:ftitI 30 Hor HOWELL. Fat Stock, at Aberdnre Dec. 10 Messrs. JENKINS, CLARKE, and CO. Propertiea, at Cardiif 3 Mr. HENRY LEWIS. 3, Farm. Ac., at Brecon NOT. 23 THE DUKE-STREET AUCTION ANDSTIHUGi> lWO-J. O. MADDOXaud SON. Auctioneer-. Furniture, at Rooms .u' Nov, 22 Mr. MORGAN MORGAN. Budder's Plant and Material, at Cardiff  No?, 22 li? W.?.,Fi.. House Propertv.at Briton Ferry NOT. 29 Mewrs. STEPHENSON A, DDER. Pro erties, at Harry Dock Nov. 22 Messrs STRAKER and SON. H^uWiold turniture, at AbereaTernv NOT. 22 Me. TALL HOY and CO. Horses Traps. Cow, Sheep. <Sl â at Car<liff Nov. 22 Messrs. TAYLOR and SON. HousehoM Furniture, A' 1't Cardiff Nov. 231 Mr. JAMES THOMAS. Contractors' Plant, c. at Milfor.i Haven Nov. 21 l.s'rs WEBBER and WILKINSON. Pr,.t?rtic-s, ut ardift OV 22 f :-k( D??lli.g.bouses, at Cardiff N^oovv. 22 I -hold Furniture, at CBrdilf N. 23 -⢠â iri-Trade, Ac., at Cardiff OY. Z7, 28, and 29 $êIlC5 Ijp Slurtion. SAI.E Tins DAT. BARRY, HARRY DOCK. AND CADOXTON. D!POJnAXT SAL,; OF VALUABLE PROPERTIES R S. STRPHENSON and 31 ALEXANDER ar.. instructed to SELL by .&TtTIO:S. at the Bavrv Dock Hotel, Barry Dock i to andopnoaite the"Station at Bu. ty Dock), on THURSDAY, November 22nd, a' Three -dock in thc Afternoon, Sixteen Lots of VALUABLE PROPRRTIES, Bit^ste in Holton-ruad, Bervi-road, Burlingtâ¢Â» a â¢t-eet, Ci-Une lernice, Barry Dock High-street an 1 Porthkfcrry-road. Barry, and Muin-street, Caioxtoii, TL''whole of the Properties are situate wit1¡i .m-enieLlt distance of the Docks at Barry mo.¡ o. thUl are IU th. main thorough â âºÂ«, and pregelt :m unusua l opportanitv to purcuasers desirous of k,ollung POS'it,giJti of Property which is likely i. the near tut are to !>e of consierably increasing value. The Sale wiii Oc subject to the Conditions of the Cardiff icorjvruTed Law Society dud to the Special Couditi us anectiuj th severol Lot, which wdl DO read at the time "t Sale, and way be seeu Itt tho 01h:e of the A\onecr aud the Solicitors TUreo Davs before tin* Sale. Full Particulars of the variotis Properties may b# had of the Aui'tioneei-s, 5, High-street, Cardiff or of Alfred J.?k")?, F?q., of the 7'I,tr,?p,)Iit?. b,? ?'i ig., Barry Dnck, Rnd 17. Cburch.atreet. Car- dit?? 3,?416 WOODVILLE-ROAl), CATHAYS, AND SEVERN. R(»AD, CANTON. CARDIFF. SALE OF CONVENIENT SMALL RElDESTL\L PROPERTIES. MESSRS. JESKIN'S, CLARKE, ANI 1, CO. ba,e ;eo instructed to SELL by AU(' Ti at Th^ Man, Bank-buildings, st. Mirv-jtreet, Ca ifl, on MONDAY. Deoeuattfr 3rd, 1894, ut Seven 0', IV;:}' in the Evemun, tb follow\ul( desirable PKOPKKTIKS. 41, W OODVILLE-BOAD. J.j** 1. AU that well-built Lena-hold Residence and PI" ,e. kaown as No. 41, 'VoodviUe-)td.l'¡tlhfl.Y1'l, C.iv nù, i?l .?l ?y ?'e. in the .P't" o[ the late Mr. T. I Hitw 'IFI"i Property is situate i at the i"wn "hd of Woodvil!e-road, and comprises front «ni L.k itfU.>"(if'WIf. kitchen, pantries, sculleries, an tlu' u-ir: offices, .tl1 tbrcv good be<1rooms. At the »> th'-r. tt well-sc»»eked ffartlen, two well ) â it witb heating apparatus through <> J m re i8 also" tmok entrance. Ilumediate v-t i;» u can be obtained. Thi. P?.prty h.. a ,Jfîf t,- .d..(I depth ,f ltvft. 105. WOOIJVILU;.ROAD. Lot 2, All hiif desirable amt \\fuJl.built Mossuajre â¬.r I>welliu?-liou.M: and Premises, knowu as No. 105. W .vil>; roa d Ciithays. Cardiff, now iu the oceupa- he ^eu lor. This lout 1: liulil tiuiI II » i iitn from the 2nd February, 1875, at the very lc ⢠.mdivut of £ 3 3s. pfi-anmim. If desired, 44, S £ V;:RN ROAD. Lot J. AU that "¡.oU.llu;!t Dwe!hn.bouM aad Prt" rum-s known ut) .so -4, >-v -<-m rov'l (\l.Ilt0n, Cardiff, tn »viauy years iu th»% i owner, Mr. O Theso Premise^ â < i-s repair, well built, haw u w«ll Jnaus;i. ,t,i,i nave extensive 'hc. ear T.; i'i rL held for u ;f ';efl: 'the]7: 1:' ö;b :lÃ¥J6l/Oth *er\ >ud reo' of £2 3. 6d, Possession of ik\* l< aa bH bad ou completiou. Vor Further Particulars as to Lot 1. 1, to R IV ?':U?ut?'' E?..?'?M''h)tr??'sirMt?;?r'tn!;a8 t'» .r 2. :<> J, s M -an, Esq., Solicitor, 89, St. H r> sireet, Caruiff »» to Lot 3, to Messrs. U F'. J¡, aid Son, Solicitors. H?h?tr«t. ?r.iS' or M t ⢠â¢â¢ wh<>)e of th? Lot?, t" rlw Auctioneers, J(' 1b. Cttrke.andCo.(.?t)?r?u.cht.Mbere.t2? 'a-.tTl."t. Cardiff, from whom Orders to View J¡.d e obtained i'.iod November 14th, 1894. 33640 SALE TaMOKROW '2. CUSTOM HOUSE-SIH" CARDU'F. R"TAYLok ?: I,I SON will SKLLhy \UCTT' Kh'IPAY, Novein- V .3('* I* â¢â¢ !» â¢â¢ ,⢠Rent k u guantirr of Ji' ⺠ICKN'ITCRJSi Piano, Tailor's lI"WJul.. Sale at Two, 863d23 je>nlrsS bu ^ucttoiu O THUll"!>" Y, FRIDAY, ÃNJ' A'fURnA y, 2r. A1> J(r.1t "IBER, AND 1ST DECEMBE. LARGE UNRESERVED SALE OF MAGNIFICENT ArrOlNTMENTS, being THE CONTENTS OF A LARGE RESIDENCE IN If().M( tlrrH8HTRE. "T- if.I Ity MESSRS. SCHOOLBRFO, the well-known HOUSE FURNISHERS, TOTIE.SHI*- ('0I1ftT'(Ã'&'J). Losnox, Th, Pnlpfrtv 6j a (TI!IIUmtJn raising, and Removed from u iVawhoMKc at Abfftmtl' fe CMd;ff far better coavenxenct of Sale. 8XTI 13E DRoq?48 DRAWING and BOUDOIR FURNITURE. Two Unricht GRAND ViANOFORTES by BOR,, a :r; (jR\8R;f.°Ro1ESc:Ãh:RUÃAK l'F RIl'UJU. Di!duX'. Morain<-l\)om, and Library Fura.tvir⢠e, tho Content# o Bilhard-vooni, -tl 4H[,Y N':?V Fcr.r. si/E TABLE, 't.; â - ;,0,1 .RTV.FFH4.FCW, by WRIGHT and CO., Loi 'I. WAWR'TO TH« PrimWir.T>«ai»4 fll# JT»ml F'nriiil». A VALUABLE COLLECTION OF RA?E OLD CHINA (The JRWLFR portion "oS puirha«ei/r«m THE Tttipnetl CoHeotion ) TWO CHES. 3 OF SILVER PLATE, Nearly 1 OOOozs., including Homo Tory fine plecA8 for table decoration; a lare quantity of 8rst-olass HOUSKHOLD TABLE LINEN Valuable Paintinm and Wator-colour Dnt.wi»d. Noble Hronzes, Old SheNton Chairs, the Fitting of H)1\ i. carred oak aud the usual Furniture ofa fare residence. TLTBSSBS. GOTTWALTZ. BOW- |»1 KI.VG and PERRY have receired instruo- TH TI,IT" to SELL by AUCTION, at their Salerooms, HO Jib:it.bY lYl{' TtH\j'RDtroíü: DAT and SATURDAY, November 29 ..1 10 .-d December lot, 1894, at Eleven o'clock punctually each doy, THE ABOVE MAGNIFICENT APPOINTMENTS. (RrnlClI'tt1 as "bore and 6up)li"f by llrssi's. Schoolbl"ti.) The CONTENTS of SIXTEEN BEDROOMS, in- eluding :vpvlIltmtnts iu Ãh, Maho:¡I1I1U, Jf"alllut, Oak, 81hl other wOvds. some of the wardrobes ">T)J K^SS doors; wirs of toilet tables, a 7?' ROSEWOO B! DROOM SUITE, beantifullv inlaid, with uoble wardrobe ,,d eheval Ibl??; 7,?. BEST W T¡:llh aBiDÃ)' SET.4c 01', wo: ¡rullnd and 4sh Retlt.)m Suiia, and others i11 various w()od. handsome brass beds eads (some with h8.n- inw), hair mattresses, feathr beds, tc. j chesb of ,1Tft.Wt>1, best Brussels carpets, elegant toilet services, t)' The 'ivORY EN\MEI,T,ED AND HAND.PUNTED SUPERB DRAWISO-ROOM AND BOUDOIR FURNITURE. Supplied bv Me..r.. SCHOOLBRED, Include* owtosiN' chairs, tables, a 7-OCT P, GRAND COTTAGE PIANOFORTE, Bv BORD, in enamelled and painted ease Suites of silk cnrtains. A WBAUTLFJ-L CHIPPEN- DALE DRA WYNG ROOM TSTIRT. .ith C \BIXET. ovemiante's aud tables tn suito; ros-wood Wà n C'abinE"ts. st'fj"(11 NIF.VS (If fine Sheraton tables. dayeup\)rts. brass fe-'ders and ilreplaco fitting, lar.-e Wilton pile car- NIA IY NEW UPRIGHT GRAND ,OFORTE by BORD, in rose ..d ""se; mnsio settees aud cabinets, occasional chairs, a pair of inlaid c<\rd.tablcs. THE OLD CHINA (The qreattv pornon U'as purchased jrom th. Bit. T'apuell CoHtdiOlt. Embmcinst REMARKABLY FINE SPECIMENS OF NANTGARW AND SWANnEA a e0los"1 pair of VALUABLE SEVRES VASES. others in ri,hi.,? of -at ,\uty; the nic-nacs th-t dceorat d the Cabinets and Tables in Chelsea, St(l.Jford"h'f, Srres. aud riowta. The DINING-ROOM FURNITURE, in POLLARD OAK in(,]\1.1, old aud modern paintings, a SET OF FURNITURE in flaelv-tUure I pollard oa". viz., a LARGE SIDEBOARD with hififh glass back, a 12ft. (lininJP:-tble. a FULL SUITE of LARGE CHAIRS unhols;ered in red morocco, n. lartre dinner wagon, & coa1 <"binet.. larjre OVERMANTEL (all en suite), a se ,)[ heavy curtains, Turkey carpets and rujjs, marble clock, ornaments in real bronze, a pair of Marti horses. TWO CHESTS OF SILVER_, l,000ozs., principally of earl" Georgian period, including complete TEA .1FFRVICF.S,t cake basket. fine .1,1 14i.. salver and p&ir small ditto, teapats, .tl-p.t., and ?r,,?t t-d., sih'er-hanùleJ knives, quautity of spoons and forks, mustard pots, toast racks, dessert knives, sets of salt cellars, cups, goble s ⢠also choice and IMPORTANT OLD SHEFFIELD and electro-plated articles in VENISON and ENTREE DISHES, sets of antique candlesticks and candelabra, dish covers, kread baskets, EPERGNES and cruets with tine old diamond cut ¡flaKs. tea.uru. tea-trays, and chased salvers, fish and d- ssert knives and forks, tea and table services, and numerous other useful and ornamental items, by Elkinrton, Mappin. and other make.. E31{¡'E' tl;iG orDml'TER-COLOUR DRAWINGS. THE LIBRARY IN CARVED OAK, with high -back SETTEES and EASY i 'HilB^ iu TAlAfc. -TINE BUPFW1. A 0*rr*4 ITOM* .ta..d. l'voral well-made iH)okeases V of l.r dimeueioaR, indndin FINELY-E:I) 81t. BOOKCASE, enclosed bv KIus door" writing table, noble Chenter- gi, ddl.??g,, th?- pa\r* of curtains, a ttAtf):' L?' OICALNDFAT it,- of seTeral pieces of brouze, a few old engravings, and f?? ld ..gr.vi.g?, ..d 700 VOLUMS OF BOOKS. THE BILLIARD-ROOM, fitted with Expensive Settees, a NEARLY NEW fitt,d ?ith 'Zp j6A ;Y fll.i,?131LLIARDTABLE. with frostproof ct!-8hioJls, tuppUtd by WRIGHT and Co., Ivory Billiard, Pool, and Pyramid Balls and Fittings complete, the furniture around room, car- petin. BREAKFAST and MORNING The FITTIXGS of BREAKFAST and MORNING ROOMS, ENTRANCE HALL, LANDINGS and SRAIRCASES, CARVEI) OAK HALL FURNI. TURE. warble. to" tables, hend. and antlers, busts, brackets, chairs, settles, Axminster stair carpetin* and massive brass rods, landing carpets, the Coutents of Lineu Closet.. The Contents of China and Pantries, Kitchens, Garden and Outdoor Effects. ON VIEW on 1\IODAY, NOVE.MBRB ;>;C,rB, and TWO FOLLOWING DAYS. Catalogues -1-? be had of the AucUouMr. at their Onices, 11, Hih'street, ou and after Fnd \y ue!.t. 33636 SXL.E~TO-MORROW. IN THE HIGH i'OURT OF JUSTICE-CHAN- CERY DIVISION-MR. JUSTICE KEKEWICH. 1894. W. 176. WILLIAMS V. POWELL. KRECONSHIRE. SALE OF FAR31 AND LANDS. MR. HENRY LEWIS (pursuant to NU Order made in this Action dated the 6th dav of August. 1894) will SELL by PUBLIC Ul, nON. on FRIDAY, ") 23rd Y.b?r 'A 1894, at Three o'clock in tho Afternoon, &t the C.??l. Hotel, Brecon, all that FREEHOLD FARM AND LANDS, Together with the House and Outbuildings, called and known as to CwmwY8 Ucha," situate and beinf in the Parish of Defvnock, in the County of Brelou, coutainioR:62 aores 2 roods 10perches or thereabouts, ,:tcen1'\lin "h Tithe Awnrd of the said Parish (except such '1 ENTITY of land whioh has heen sold to the N'eath and Brecon Roilway Company for the put poses of thlr railway), and now in tbe occupation of Thomas WilU"ms as tenant at the yearly lent of £75. The tithe payable annnoily in respect of the said Favm amounts io £ 5 16s. The above Farm is within ten minutes' walk 01 Sonny Bridge Station of the Neath and Brecon Rail- way. The approach to the 1, is iinmo liately from the main read leading from Llandovery to the Town of Brecon. P,,rti, aud Conditions of Sale be had or !\1Ctku1o:nso:. 8-1 iir.. street. Cardiff, and Merthyr Tvdfil; of Messrs, Hannaiu. Ch'k, aud Bayton, Solicitors, Glouc' er j I "f H. V. Vuuehan, Esq., Solicitor, Builth of D. T. {Treys, Esq.. Solicitor, Brecon of Metsrs. Wrent- 'wre and Sou, Solicitors, 29, Bedford-row. London, W C.; of Me; Field, Roscoe, and Co., Solicitors, 3:. Lincoln's inn flelils, London, W.C.; of M" Thomas Wh to and Sons, Solicitors, 11, Bedford- 'Vh t' "I"' Sn'. ""I 'I?r? and Co., Solicitors, 12, New-court, Carey-street, Lincoln's- inn, London, W.C.; of the Auctioneer, at hi. Omces, 1IIarlrot-"qnare-charobers, Merthvr Tydfil; and at the Place of S- le. 3mos SALE THIS DAY. 0:> THURSDAY. NOVEMBER 22nd. 1894. IMPORTANT SALE OF EXCELLENT MODERN HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE AND EFFECTS, comprising t,h Complete Appomtm-nts âf Two Dmwitig and Three D!nin Rooms. Hall, St urease, and the Contents of Eleven B,?, E', S. J. G. MADDOX and SON i\rE:iiii\Ã'JL\ I t ti??ir Sa.lpYu'JI- 25, Dnke:$treet, Cardiff, on the ?b.,? Date, th whole of the (?0-,I'f.'?'rslO:F''UHF, TWO RT;SMENCES, Removed 10 the Rooms for Convenieûce of Sale, from Llandat rid Newport-road, Cardiff (the con- teuts of the latter nearly new), and which will CDJl- loin iu..U about 400 lots Furtber Particulars of the Auctioneers, or SP Posters, Goods <:>U Vi.. Morning of Sale, which will vlce(:I:;i. :eTw!ckf Sale. whiil1, SAW. TKWDAT. SALE OF CONTRC "OR'S PLANT AND BUILD- I 11 MATERIALS. No. 62. V KWPORT-ROAD. CARDIFF rOnpositc llis's Roath Nursery). MR. "MORGAN MORGAN is in- structed bv Mr. Johu Hopkins to SELL by AUCTION, at tbe T URIDAYD November 22,?d ???94 (in cOllgeqnnce of the laud being t.k?. fr building purposes ) the h.le of the be,gKn fö'Fb'li'iLEF;\qS)itÃN:I>\rihe I IA'n;nLHS. Comprising 8-LI.p. p,, engine, by Barrows aud Stewart, ii g(l\!idi\i: c7Ifiut.1aili i larKe h\dder., su¡dry architrau aud other mouldings, sundry kilti-9 atd other -Id", turned b.!h.t,li (round and squa"e). several brac.d aud moulded .I. /fAiit* .d- tushes and -.dowflt UV '-4" ,&V- I. carpenter's heuohes, ftoor cramps. sledge hammers, registered grates, cast-iron ventilators. freestone saw aud chain block, slat* chimneypieoes, < tnous Forest Hone steM. M!(9oM pole and plauks, tressels, wheelbarrows, rope; 81so camtat tmp bv FnUer BtrHU, Cardiff: Min?r.v )ota of are. wood. stone*, brie?. draiu pip?-, Ac., !c; aundry lots of n, -if, vmlleys, screws, ."ils' shooting, and other Jots. 'T'?' whole of the Stock will be oJ View Mornin: o Sale.. ⢠i Sale to Commence at TwelTc o'clock precise1y. F?r t?rtner ?rt?uiars appt? to tht) 7cisely. AJt:1;.rf;.r;'re;g"rtgiJ. Auotr, sTLE THtS DAT. SHORT AND SPECIAL NOTICE OF SALE AT TH RE; HORSE SHOES YARD, Quay.st., Cardiff. MESSRS. TAIITJUOY anil CO. will: l'.J.. SELL by AU, TION, THIS DAY (THURS- IIAVI. November 22. 1894. ONE COW, SEVERAL SHEEP. also HORSES, TRAPS, and HARNESS, and auuantitvof POULTRY. S?eT?-opm. No Reserve. NEWS OF THE WEEK. rtiM exit PJtNKT. £ >ale6 bi) amtioiu sAl.E TO MORROW SA' E FRIDAY XEXT. NOVEMBER 23, 1894, MODEL AUCTION MART. NORTH-ROAD^ tT SSRS. BRADLEY and COOKFJ .1' mil SELL by AUCTION, 010 FRIDA f MEX r. November 23rd, a Large Quantity of HOUSE- HOLD FURNITURE and HANSOM CAB Iiinrtor Distress for Rentl Bnle at. Twn p.m. 3372 Sz?Ll? THIS -DAŸ BY OHDER (?? THE MORTGAGEES. THE EXCHANGE, BUTE DOCKS CARDIFF. 1\1 E g.. I' RTHGN DUNN ..d CO b. r ,ii,, d instructions to SELL b PUBLIC AUCnO", ?t the Ex"halJ" B«t» Docks. Cardiff, on THURSDAY, November 2.-n0, 1894. at Three o'clock in the .fterno:J11. 55-64TH sHARS IN THE HTEAM S(,IEYý TUG STORAICOCK. OF NYIVPORT. Built of iroll in 1894 hy :Hns'l's. E. guoh and Co., of Chepst-W. Length 89ft. 7i!iâ breadth 18ft Sin., depth 9fr.6ia.U9t twister 14 t :)(18, gross 95 tons Is titled with ,⢠nnmuuvl Kurfa^ ooudeosiu* CUgiIlA:4 of 95 nh p ''J R H. P011"l)U and Co, of Glasgow â¢, cyli: ):n and 35m stroke 2lH TL ow lies in the Old Dok, Newport, Moo" ,1, nay be inspected. ether Particulars apply to Messrs. Llewellyn a MO, Solicitors, Newport, Mon.; or to Ihe A ⢠.icers, Exohange-bmldings, Bute Docks, Car- din SALE OF VALUAHLE BUSINESS PREMISES BUTM-STREET. AND VILTA AMI COTTAGE PROPERTY, CLARE STREET, RIVERSIDE, AND CORNWALL ROAD, CARDIFF MESSRS. S. HERN and PERTWEE :I. are instructed to SELL by \UOTION, at the Royal Hotel, Cardiff oU the 29th 'I y of November, 1 1894, at Three o'oJork in the Aftemouu, the following valuable PKOPKKTIES, Under th Po'ar8 of Sa e aud a Mortgage Deed Lot 1 A'I that Leasehold Dwelliug-house and Shop, situate in ;ind numbered 221, Bute-street, CarditY, now in the occupation of Mr. Alfred Taylor, Mr. William Gill, and others, at rents uiuounting to about £72 per annum, lcs Nt",S and tûJ.- ?l ? IF I L? n) i&r held for the residue of a term of 99 y;w vs ¡",m the 29th Soptember, 1a;)2, at the iuw umual ground rmit of E5. Lot 2 All that desirable Dwelling-house aud'Pr? miscs, knowu as No. 15, Clare-street, lie ,((i uuder lease fer 91 veavs from September, IB35, at u. ground rent of Eb 9-? 6, -1 It at about £O per anuum, les rate" and t, L,t 3. i,, )inse Thr,t? Messuages and Dwelling- houses, being S»*. 30,32, aud 34, Cornwall read, Salt- mead, Cardiff; kt at 6,s. 6d. ead1, "nIl held under lea for 99 wurs frOl:1 the 1st Octobor, 1987, at a I'11:! v''1< per house. The private i â i:>i> 1 v* to the Auctioneers, 904, 11, n :ts tl,) Lots 1 and 2, to M,.v>r I\ AI.:)!)n..ia 1 SON, Solicitors. 33639 9b, S.. Mary-street, Cardi isSRS. P. HERN md PERTWEE 1. have been instructed by th? Cardiff Tram- w vs Company (Limited), who a' reducing their stock, to SELL bv AUCTION. at their Wood-streot DcpM, close to Great Western Railway Passenger Station. Carditf. on FRIDAY, the 30th November, 1894, t 11.30 a.m., 40 USEFUL HORSES, Direct from hard work, Witho.it Reserve. The above horses are suitable for farmers, coil mer- chants, aud othe So On Vi." Morning of Sale. For Further Particulars apply to the Auctioneers, at their OlHees, 94, St..tlary-stcoet, Carditf. 33592 ANNUAL SALE OF FAT STOCK. ABERCWMBOI FARM. ABERDARE. %JOHN- HOWELL (of the Firm _L of J. }lowU -,I Hzh,) received insrvuctiousfroin Mr. Thomas Davies, C.C.. to SELL bv PURlIC AUCTION. ou MONDAY. December 10th. 1894, ut One p.rn.. about 40 1'l'i,e FAT CATTLE, 200 FAT WETHERS, and 100 FAT- LAMBS. Luncheon, by tickt, at Twolvo o'ciock Terms, Cash. 33629 SALE THIS DAY. COUNTY BOROlfiH OF CARDIFF. THURSDAY, N VEMBRR 22sn, 1894. ALE OF PRIVATE HOUSES IN NEVILLE- STREET. CATH AYS-TERR ACE, AND PONT. CANNA. ACE, IN THE COUNTY BOROUGH OF CARDIFF. MESSRS. WEBBER & WILKINSON 1., havo received instructions to SELL by AUCTION, at St J()hn'ssqmne Auction-rooms, Car- diff, on THURSDAY. November 22ud, 1894, at o..n o'clock in the Evening prompt, in the fo'lowiug or such Lots as b.11 be arranged ?t the time of Sate, and Kubjct to Conditions *>f Sale to be then re id, and which may be seen at the Auctioneers' Offices Five Days previously, the following PROPERTIES, NAXl-LY â TONE HOUSE. NEVILLE-STREET. Lot 1. All that Private D.p,Uin.house, being N.. 26, Neville-street, Ri"ersi<lo, Cardiff, hold on lease for (M-r!l, from 2-3th March, 18&>, at au annual ground 2" 6dT)d. liou" I..Il built, and nicely â¢MvhikS-wH>h Tfle Ifnor in t»aSs.rg?, marble =wc':18 cold ;r;lh,IIt:b: reception rooms, Ac. Enclosure iu front, garden at rellr, back entrance. CATHAYS-TERRACE. Lot 2. All those Two Private Dwelling-house*, being Nos. 127 and 129, < !athaya-terraee, Oathnys, held on leasA for 99 years, from 25th March. 1883, at an annual ground re tt of £4 Is. for each hlluso. "moJe and coach-house to each. Garden and back putra8ce in rear. Front enclosure. Bay windows. Occupied by Messrs. Skukor and Courtis. 'Lot 3. All that capital Dwelling-house, being 176, Cathay.I"r. h.ld on lease for 99 ye:?is, from Ci,th.y.2-t5,?t, h7 1885, ,t the annual ground rent of R4 7s. 9d. Now in tbe occupation of Mr. Shepherd. Enclosur in front Garden ill ear, OXFORD HOUSE, BEAUCHAMP-STR :ET. Lot 4, All that Double-fronted Detiched Dwelling- hou. in the occupa: ion of Mrs. Long, held on leltse fo,? nyews, ir onm 29th Svtem ber I 1885, at an ?u&l gro d ,t of X2 2?. PONTCANNA-PLACE. CANTON. Lot 5. All tho*? Eight C.tt.g?.. b?ig No?. 8 to 22, in Peutcanna-pldce, "to. Each house ?oni.? six rooms and offices, h'ld on lease for 99 y?r? from 2;th December, 1876, at an annual ground rent of £2 10s. for each house. Further Particulars and Order to View may be obt,\incd of the Auctioneers or or Mr. (\ P. CLARKE, Solicitor, H¡¡,mmet-street. T..lltuton. Dated October 30th, 18 Auctioneer-s' Offices Ilnti S\11eroltms, S^ t. John ts- square Auction Mart, Cardiff. 33501 SALE THIS DAT. THURSDAY. NOVEMBER 22ND, 1114. SALE OF CAPITAl, FREEHOLD DWELLING- HOUSES IN DORSET-STREET AND WARWICK-STREET, SALTMEAD, IN THE COUNTY BOROUGH 0," CARDIFF. MESSRS.WEBBER&WILKINSON have r,i,?,I instructions to SELL by AUCTI0, at It. John's-squar^ Auction Mart, on THURSDAY. November '2n- 184tit ""n o'doek in the Evening preci<°ly, in the fol1owip-! or such Lots as ?y be arranged It the time 0' Ral; and subject to Conditions of Sale 'o be thenrer. i DORSET-STREET. Lot 1. All those THRE", FREEHOLD P WELL- ING HOUSES, beill Nos, 37, 39, and 11, Dorset- ^tret, Saltmead. Cardiff, now in the otvmitiou of Messrs. G^adv, Gibbon, and Randall, fil1i'Ã"ct tû a rent charge of XS 12s. per rmnum for h three houses. WARWICK-STREET. Lot 2 All those TLtPEE FREEHOLD DWELL- ING HOUSES, being Nos. 46, 49, and 5\ Warwick- street, Saltmead aforesaid, occupied !⢠Messrs. Coles, Hobbs. 1l" Tidball, su-ject to th. s .uill reut. charge of £ 5 peranuum on the three hou!3!1'o For Further Particulars and to View It}' 10 the Anctioueerø, St. John' »-square Auction Mart ur to MR. A! FRED JACKSON, Soli it v. 17, (l1urch-atr., Cardiff. Al1ctioueer' Offices ana Salerooms, St. John's-square Auction Mart, f33535 SALE TO-MORROW. ST. JOHN'S-SQUARE. CARDIFF n¡r1)AY. N"v"mh.,)'1.194 TO PARTTFS FURNT^HTNG. MESSRS.WEBBER A WTVONSON L will SELL 1w AUOTfON. t?t li Mavt as above, at 2.30 p. In a Lirge î'()11!!ctil)'1 of Sn i3rior HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE. Removeù from various residences for convenience, including drawing, dining, an1 bed room suites, two kneehole writing tables, two bookcase s. sulendid pi "noforte, Ãm6ricR.H organ, three maho^ ny ches), d-awers. pair vnlnut toilets, nbol1t 80 made-up carjiets and rugs \.0. pile, Brussels and tapestry, two marble ti-'Pi ?.,l bronsee, sideboard and chiffoniere, hedroom appointments, and elfeot.. On View D av Previous :1.1If1 Mornini? of Salo 33608 UNDER DEED OF ASSIGNMENT. No. 5. CHTT.1CH-STREET. CARDIFF. ABSOLUTE AND UNDESERVED SALE OF A T.NRGE AND VA.RTED STOCK of P¡\IOfort. American Oririns, Y>f'IW)1IÃums, Pianettes. Vio1im:, H!1njos, Double RtlS Mandolins, German and At1lo-0érml).n Conoortiuas. Accor- dions and the ns-uvl STOCK-IN-TRADE of a MTTIC AND INSTR MENT DE K' ER AND PVPATRER. MRRRR«i. WFJBBERAWILKINSON have received instructions from Percy 1\1:1<(\[\, Fsri., the Trustee, of 1\1 "nt-al1e House. 64, GreSh ,n-street, Loudon, to SELY, by AUCTION, on the Premjll6s, N". 5. Cb11'(''Hlt1'et. C.liff, on TUESDAY. WEDNESDAY, and THTTRSDAY (if necessary), November 27th. Nth, and 29th, 1894, the whol* of fh* STOCK AND UTENSIT,S-M.TRA.DE, AMOUNTING, AT INVOICE PRICES, ro £ 1,096, And compri?inz nianos by Broadwood, BriLlsmDd, Rogers and Son, Haake, H. B. Evans and Co., Matz, Kuhse. Burline and Mansfield. Penso, Ambridge, ;2: Son, &jifiimlOd rosewood | An1E1riC&n organs and h ir-Moniums, from three to fifteen stops, by Mason and Hainlyn, Spenoer, Amer, Alezituder, Cash ani Co., Jonei, Cesarine, te., in walnut and r' '1, 45 violins (valued up to £ 60 each), violoncellog. double b. banjos, guitars, Gennan harps, musical boxs (playing six to twelve h.mtg). dulcimers, fairv ben, tambourines, coraet and shati, clarionettes, flutes, mouth or&n8, arHtons, organette. bassoon, orirtu and stand, 60 accordions, 30 German and Anglo-German conoer- tinas: violin, ban j o ruitir, mnndoline, and other cus; music stools covered), muøio roMs and folios, £140 worth of sheet and hand music, in lots to suit private buvers and Fhopk,?ener trhH' of vnHous kinds, and sundries. Also Counter and Shop FittinTS. serviceable Cob. 14 hauda high, seven years old, strong and fist; 'Pring Cart, with removable hood Van Cart, for musical instruments, and Set of Catalogues mav be had ef the Auctioneers Four Day J Before th* &10. Sale to Commence Each Dav at 2.30 and bâ even p. N B âThe Shop Fixtures Horse, Trap, aud Har- ness will be sold on Thnrsdav, 29th, at Three pm. A '1"' Offices. St. John's-pquare \uCc,on Mart. Cardiff, NOT. 15th, j894^T33709 WEEKLY MAIL,?. salts bl) auction. BRITON FERRY. TttrpnRTANT SALE OF HOUSE PROPERTY. DESIRABLE VILLA RESIDENCES AND Y?BD. JI JJt L R. W. HARR y REES is matrno?d M.by Mr. 1?- George to SELL by AUCTION. .t tbe Royal Dock Hotel, -it.. Ferry, on THUKS- be E-Y"I 1)"? ?t t'i,. ?'(,I.?k i. tl?. DAY. 29th No.emb.r, 1894, fve o clook in the EVflntn. the ll.d?r. ,?d Valn:lble LEASEHOLD HOUSE ?'O?RT?- Lot ) to 6. Twelve Dwellu^-houscs Girdens. nd Premises, situate and beiLa NOS- 1, C,. l, 'I, 11, 13, 15, 17, 19,21, and 23, Middleton-street, Triton Forry, h ?''L? ? A S,,?,?io-I -d W.U.Moto.? Yan 'vith :PtUL:;t nord f)l 6 tOl Mtu?Matth..reM-of 't' I to 6, hM?)! a .ueM ]eu?th of 185 feet or thereabouts, and mean \ldth I of 7 feet or thereabouts, with good road pl)r..? of ?o?° ?u?*D?e!!??.hoMes. Gfu-deus. Md Fre- misM. ?n.Kt.' M? ?mi; N. 1, 2, 3, and 4, G.or<;P'? lOW, Briton Ferry.. To? 'F??'' SwoUtut!-ho?M Gardens, ana lâie- inisos, situate and being Nos. 5, 6, 7, and 8, George s row, adioiniug Lot 3 Lot 10. Five Dwelling-houses, Gardens, and Pre. mi?M. Mtrnt' aud b,i.g NOI. 23, 24, 251 K and 27, Woodland-row, Briton Ferry. Lot 11 A DweUing-house, Garden, ..d Plemig P, bei? No. 16, RiHMt.atreet,' Bri Perrf. it?te on ibnoo/, \J.r Rdil !l;w.te on ?t 12. A vory 11-P", S?.i .,eL,?h?d Villa B".?. dence, caned or known &8 No. 1, Middleton Villas, substantially built ,ith dr?,.?d atone, coursed and poiutod front, with Bath atoue dressings, and well .J t?M.'g?ont. ?tuate in tr:8: d:8r&bl part nf Briton Ferry, on tbe m. road to Neath, wh-re the Neath and District traincare pass and re. pass at short intervals. Lot 13. An exceedingly desirable Resideiee, called or known as No. P.. Middleton Villas, situate adjoin* Lot 12. with which it is uniformly built and equally well fllIlshed. Full descriptive details, terms. rentals, tenancies, Ire.. in printed Particulars with Plans and Conditions of Sale, tO be had of tho Auctioneer, Charlesville- place, Neath or tl) Messrs. R. P. MORGAN and DAVID, 33723 Solioitor8, Neath. MILF0ED HAVEn SALE OF A QUANTITY OF CONTRACTORS PLANT, VERTICAL ENGINE AND BOILER, TWO WEILS' LIGHTS, Ac., ALSO THE LARGE H1TLK CANADA. MR. JAMES THOMAS has been 1.1. fn,vol1red wirh insrruutions from the Cardiff Pure lee id C-lei Storage Company (Limited! to SELL by PUBLIC AUCTION, subject to such Con. ditions as wilt thtn be read, at the Sew Ice ¡"actofl, Milford Docks, Milford H^veu, on WEDNESDAY, November 28th, 1894, Sale to commence at Two I),ill, sUan Ule "hùle or their bt.U!, SURPLUS PLANT, &,c., Consisting of tho folh»wing J:l\Odi- 110 scaffold ,(?le?, ruBey trap. 9 navriea barr.?., 2 ??n?°'? h?.' r??X'?c?J.T'?CO??.r'&B. 100 xut?ed ditto, 3 doors, quantity of ?emp iron, ominrity of canvas, 3 levelling rods, 6 old windows, door ?iti? l?LL, qt.tity C,.ff.ld .pe (nearly new ) mortar !n'i)?u frame, 2 N ù. ? Wells' lights, with dtt4119s and covers complete nearly newj double cylinder vertical engine and botler, six n.h.p., complete, iu splendid condition (by Marshall^, Son, and Co., Gainsborough). The HULK CANADA, 165ft. long, bv 28 by 21, built of soft wood, with massive iron knee fastenings, anchor and 45 fathoms cable, two main pumps undone after ditto, h. 10m then lie in mford Docks. Thr? ?rtSiou HOISTS, to hft 50wt each 1 ?fo?. by Phillips and Sen, Birmingham, 27 by 17 hy 19 £ (inside measurement) 1 old manilla hawser, .arge iron water tank; two office atoves, s10w cnmbu8tion, i Act&a" patent, ue^rly new; together with to suit "t.?Q??y?MR?OO?, i? ?.? to suit ^The Auctioneer begs to call the attention of Con- t'-Mtors Ld thr. tL? Sale, it ?ord6 a good opportanitv to r,pl?,iih their St..ki -it Useful M.!ton?. He *o"M ?<o remind itit nd??.g? Fur. cha>ers that in consequence of the day* being yery short he would deem it. fatonr If tbey wonld attend 1,UFo? J?iirVher Particulars apply to the A"ctioneer, tt 67, P?ltil:"]- -Pply to tl,' A,ti, ,,r, at 67, eb. tr?.t, or at ,h,? New,&qs alrg tip Ceiiber. TO LBlE AND CEMENT MANUFACTURERS. rfl ) be SOLD by TENDER, or to be A LET, ALL THAT VALUABLE PROPERTY, k'10 THE ABERTHAW PEBBLE LIME WORKS, Sitltlt6 at ABERTHAW, IN THE COUNTY OF GLAMORGAN, Held under an agreement from year to year at the rent of £40, with a dead rent of £100; also a royal v of 8d. for every ton of lime burnt, which merge8 into th ded rent, with a r,vil that Ih, agreement shall .t .r.i t- (:ert?in evauti ha p pen. 6hT\:Vdnh::p'uf:s:xi ri?bt to tt of th ⢠p30', the f0reøborè belonging to the Foumou Estate, which practically gives them a monopoly of what is balievedtob the '°°°?B'EST ?rME IN THE WORLD. The Works aru "f th» jao#Vmo<iai» coaatrucUon. and eoniain the latest IMPROVEMENTS IN PLANT AND MACHINERY. As there is mom ,,t,,bl, clay in the immediate ne:hort }.t\sl"{h: \el:¡'dj¿t tbat v,r, that a ?PERIOB PORTLAND CEMENT can be made at a vorv moderate outlay. The Cowbridge and Aberthaw Railway runs into the works, and the Vale of Glamorgan Railway, which is now being constructed, will run within a I few yards of the property. There is also a jetty, which enables small cargoes being shipped at a very little cost. For Further Particulars and Orders to View apply to the Becetver and LiqiiUtlll, J. E. GUNN, 33334 We.t?at,?.-(?hamben, C?&ff. ,i-)ale!g bp pribate Contract SALE OF OTMMODIOUS HOTEL AT MAESTEG. FOR SALE by PRIVATE TREATY (in consequence of a family bereavement) QUEEN'S HOTEL. MAESTRO. Nearest Hotel to the G.W.R. Statio., close to intended site of the Port Talbot Railway. Double-licensed, commodious, commercial, tap, and smoke rooms; good bar and offices, large club- room, seven rooms on first floor Un?,xired term 01 lease fl"" Year- -?'t f6o. r.:Xt:ti.r..t:u/I;a tnki; or to *° T. J. HUGHES, Esq., Solicitor, Bridgend. November 20th, 1894. 33718 Vroperti) to f-tt. BARRY DOCK, BARRY, AND CADOXTON. EDWARD REES, AUC- TIONEER, BUSINESS TRANSFER BROKER, and RECEIVER of RENTS (Established 1877). has all th Large "ml Most Impoeing Corner Bugines. ?re'm?e9??it'h'?r of t? ??trictato Let ?nd for Sale, algo Shops .nihiM for Family ?.d Shipping Trades, L,,k,,p Sbops, and Extensive Corner Premises, built for Temnerance "Hot??''V?on? E?tSe? 'B?i- nesses for Disposal. BA RRY DOCK.âPublic-hall to Let for Entertainments (licensed), and Extensive Auction 31,,?t (corner), best position: also grand barga!n« Shops Villas, Cott??gea for Sale âApply Edward Rces. 798d?8  TALGARTH, BRECKNOCKSHIRE. IMPORTANT FOR ITS WHLLKNOWN FURS AND MARKETS. TO BE LET, with immediate posses- JL ee?ou. the TOWER HOTEL ?,?..tly wholly re-built, replet.e with all ?iodar i re iiiromen good country hotel, with the O?i @gs and Lands adiacent tbareto, oomprisin 63@. 2r 29p. of excnent meadow and pasture. Also the R,tito fFfi?higi,, the Rivers Llvfni and Enig, about 21 miles in extont. The Ashburnham Boat and Boat-house at Llangorse Lake four miles distant, will be available f8r the use of visitors at the hotel.âApply to Rhys Davies, Estate Agent, Brecon. 33586 wALKF, Y, THOMAS, AND CO (LIMITED) BUSINESS IS NOW CARRIED ON AT THEIR NEW PREMISES, IS TU DOR-RO A.D. c ARDIFF. DRUNKENNESS or the LTQUOR IIAIIIT CURED bv administering Dr. HAINES' GO?DE?N 8PEC[F:C.' It is po?d?l, which be given in beer, coffe?, or tea, or in food, without the knowledge of the patient. It is harm- less, and will effect a permanent, and speedy cure, whether the patient is" modeute drinker or an alcoholic wreck. It has been given in thousands of cases, and ia every instance a perfect cure has fol- f:ní\ i:e:rf£Lili:sta; ø;.E:tcecra, .ith the Wjfl., it becomes an utter impossibility for the liquor appetite to elist. Thirty page book of particulars on receipt of postage stamp. Can he had of Hicks and Co., 28, Duke-stree Queen treet, and Paradise-row. Cardiff. T,,d. .upn';ed by LYNCH and Co. (Ltd.), London. LI07õ5 ± INJECTION DAY.An Infallible Remed ilnd Certain Cure for all Discharged the Urisary Organs in either sex, whether acquired or constitutional, recent or chronIc cures In a Ie", says without medlolus. Sold in bottles 2.. 6d. -4!h by post 2s. 9d. by .11 h".i"t? London Agent.. P. rJwb?ry Md'SoM. 1. Xia? Edward-strMt. E. C. AM*t or Cardiff. J. Mtnrday, Ch-mi?t, Hieh stree.  | MHE BURDOCK PILL MANUFAO TORY, 44. OXFORD-STREET, SWANSEA.- The Executors of the late Mr. JOHN THOMPSON desire to inform their C.?,Wm?r? that the BUS- t?? °wS ° b? OARBIED ON BY THEM as i usual. All Orders will receive Prompt Attention if. A. THOXPSON IExecutors 60043 JAMES JONES, ?Mcat.it Vttbltr jiottmf. C. ILFTNTDD'WCAr, RELIEF C FUND. SUBSCBIPTION LIST NOT CLOSED. P?yiMWidoM 10s. -h per X-th; Paying Orph?ng 2.. ?,d. ?h per mon elh. AIMIL47 ?S°? ?S.?n?THER DONATIONS urgently needed Ma th?kfully Mcei?ed.-Re". M. WIL. LIA? M.C,, P..id.,?t. Rl?. J *JO NIIS, Curate- In- "go, Vice-President. Rev. W. LEWIB;Bap' tist liuister Rev. R. E. WILLIAMS, Congrega- R?, T liyMpHREYS, Mr, T. B. EVAN? ?. D,?per, "OOATH BAZAAR. jXj IN AID OF SCHOOL FU, ND. PARK-HALL, WEDNESDAY. November 28th, THURoDAY, Novf'n?r 29th, FRIDAY. November Nth. 0 Each Dy t Three P.m. ? ?''L??Bi'S?otU?)'&awm Open Vhe ftl,- on Wednesuay. November 28th, p.m. °'r???Adm?n ri??. ?"M. D?y Ti,k?t., 1, Af??31 Six pm., 6d. 1%90 ?TEWVORT V. CARDIFF, i? NOVEMBER 24TH, 1894. ïl:¡=bet' ¡ø¿th:'erved iøalde AUmttednumberof Mfi? ?U b. M.er.ed in*'dt the ropeo ?t lo. eMh. ?'*t' can be booked onMd ¡:m rm'DEDir.t., ::oc: Newport. 33726 SuiUBiitff SMCtetieg, *r. p RINCIPALITY PERMANENT INVESTMENT JgUTLDING SOCIETY, 1 per cent. on BEPOSITS-Short Notice. "?2 per cent, on LARGE DEPOSITS for One T<M ?1 per cent" on PREFERENTIAL SHARES. ? per ..t. on PREPAID and SUBSCRIPTION 0 SHARES. Apply for the 34th Annual Report audProspectus to W. SANDERS, MasAoiNi) SEC., 28, St. Mary-street Cardiff. Aoxvn.-Newport; Mr J. M. WOOD, 24. 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SESSIONS AND SONS (LIMITED) IMPORTEJt!IJ AMD MANDkACTORERS TIMBER, SLATES. CEMENT, BUILDING MATERIALS, CHIMNEY PIECES, RANGES, GRATES, Ac RHOW ROOMS PENARTH-ROAD. CARDIFF. [2612 ARDIFF ADVERTISING AND CPOSTING AND CIRCULAR DISTRIBUTING COMPANY (LIMITED). E liahed 1877. OFFICES CASTLE-STREET CHAMBERS, SECRETARY: FRA?K H. SIMPSON Permneiit Potiu Stations in Cardiff ant aei/nbourhood Contractors for all descriptions of Advertising Circular Distributing, to. All orders promptly attended to. EAF PERSONS should be told of Dth. Visit of Mr. LEIGH, Inventor ef the Most Perfect Device for Restoring Hearing. This Invention c??iRtK Of a Miniature Gold Ear Trumpet fA17iOo:f:1f fLi'f:t ;sii;Tr:?:r: .tretch"d Artificial Drum titted o?r the inner end, which attaches itself by snction to the drum of the ear. The advintages of this device ill be seen by :Ã\vhh¡1VitAt1;i:v;: 'TJfc. d 11 particulars by post on receipt of let,er describing "uy fd.f.e, Hours: 2 to 4 6 to 8,-25, Ta?or. street, Cardiff 8425428 NEWPORT MON fEsttMiahec) 1870 THE DE REES BILL-POSTING AND ADVERTISING COMPANY i LIMITED). PROPRIETORS M 150 of the LARGEST POSTING STATIONS j. N..prt, Ri. .d To? Eastern and Western 'aiy.. Terms on I)Iicatiou to 130, CONKESCIAL-XOAJP., Ctniicrs anii Contracts. mo CONTRACTORS AND OTHERS. NBATH RURAL SANITARY AUTHORITY. CONSTRUCTION OF WATERWORKS The above AUTHORITY are Prepared to Re-cive TENDERS for the CONSTRUCTION of an ;NDEH. (? e SERVICE TANK of M.'OO aaUoM.-Bp.e.? A"11?O of 4,705 UHDS of 31.. C.\TmO)! WATER MAIN, wi?h rin.?r Taps -d "I, necessary ..d Fitti,?g?, ?t CILFRR"W, in he f Blafnhonddnn, Plans may be eeen and Caple. f Spedkalioo obtfrimd at the Offices of the t:ng;nerr 10 the Autho- rity. Mr. W E. OIasou Thomas, AMocM.mst.C.K, Post Office-chambers, Neath, nn Ilnyment of a si<m of two g,i,e-, which will be returned on receipt of 0 bona fl& Tender. Sealed T,,?d?,? (on 1" to be Muppr."l) to b, MS?m?? ?f? 'tS*M? ))S:'E?!'H't. The Authorily d? ??? b?,?d themselves 10 -1??Pt thr!?.'?'t'? .ny ? ?,?.? the I., ,t ?r any T?.i Clerk to the Neath nUII "nilary Authority. M. Water-street, N?th, South Wt!t? f&" I Twater";};AC:S. TENDERS Me Invited for tho CONSTRUCTION of NEW ROADS, PATHS. KERBING, and CHAN- NELING. DRAINS, Ac., at Porthoawl, for Lord Wimborne. Plaasll.t1d SpeoifiCILtiollD1&1 be sean at t,, be Office. cf th? undersigned, to w??' ?..ted Tenders are to be delivered, endorsed Tender f,r R-d. 0% or before the 4th day of DECEMBER, 1894. The low J t or anrTender not ftecesaarUy accepted* Ibe ?'?a?.r ",i REEF" Engineer I Bridg"" N?.th, ..d Ab:rayon. Dated 21st November, 1894. 33719 B EDWELLTY SCHOOT, BOARD. TENDERS are Invited for the SUPPLY of BOOKS, APPARATUS* and ST IONERY to the Several SCHOOLS of the ROARJI for Twelve Months, com- imiicing the 1,t day of January, 1895. Forms of Tender will he supplied on atp;r the The Board do not bind the. to .?,?pt lowest or any Tender, Terders to be in iny hands rn or before the 2iid dav or DECEMBER. C. DAUNOEY, Solicitor, 3^648 Clerk of Board, Tredegar. mENDERS are Invited for the I ERECTION of a NEW BIBLE CHRISTIAN CHAPEL "ud VESTRY at LLANHARRN. Plnns and Specifications mav he "een at the house of Rev. T. e. Jac j, Glyn.tcrrare, Llantrisant, to whom TeucierH should be sent 011 or before MONDAY, V"cember 3rd. The lowest or any tender not neccs- EBn)'?eMept<xi?_?_ ja7M RNHE BLAENAVON COMPANY 1 (LIMITED) Require TENDER, by th. 24th lN'ST. f, R'?.1,TNING O.,60f,. BLAST PURNA?'E also for RE.LINING 60ft. by 24ft. COWPERSTOVK. âPlanu and Specifications can be seen at the Eugi- Mer? ON?e. B i '?m?QD ?''? :?? ORiiicattonal aititoiniceineiitsi, OARDIFF. THE SOUTH WALES SCHOOL OF MUSIC, 94, QUEEN STREET. CKRDIFF. DiRtiCTOB Dr. JOSEPH PARRY. PATRONS; THE MOST HONOURABLE THE MARQUESS OF BUTE, K.T., &c. THE A NNUAL jgXAMINATION FOR SEVEN MUSICAL SCHOLARSHIPS OF ONE YEAR'S FREE TUITION. FOR SINGING. PIANOFORTE (Senioraud Junior), VIOLIN, FLUTE, HARP, WOOD, WIND INSTRUMENTS. TO BE COMPETED ro DECEMBER 14th and 15th, 1894. Also a TREORKY VOCAL AND PIANOFORTE SCHOLARSHIP. Particulars as to Examination Piece. may be had on application to the Secretary. 30676 WELSH INTERMEDIATE EDU- ft CATION ACT.âCARDIFF SCHEME. HIGH SCHOOL FOR GIRLS, THE PARADE, CARDIFF. HBAD-M*8TRESS Miss MARY COLLIN, B. A., Associate and formerly Scholar of Bedford College, London; seven yers Second-Mistress iu the Nottingham High School for Girls, G.P D.S. Co. The School i. intended lor Girls between th-5 ages of 10 and 18 years, and the endowment enables the Governors to provide tbe most liberal education at comparatively low fees. SUBJECTS OF INSTRUCTION. j,rithll1etic. GrMk. Mathematics. W el sh. Geography. Natural Science. English Grammar Domestic Economy. and Composition. Cookery, and Laws of Health., History, including Drill. Scripture History. Drawing. French. Class Singing. German. Needlework. Latin- And such other (subjects as the Governors shall determine. FEE FO R FULL SCHOOL COURSE, £7 10s. PER ANNUM, OR £ 2 Ifls. PER TERM. SXTRA SUBJECTS Instrumental Music, Painting, and Dancing. PROSPECTUS OF THE SCHOOL, Particulars of Quali- fications for Admission, and Application Forms may bo obtained fro** the Hoad-Mistvcss (4, Park-place) or irom the Clerk to the Connors, Mr. DAVID SHEPHERD, 1, Frederick-street, Cardiff. For Particulars of ARRANGEMENTS FORBOARDKRS apply to the Helf'l-Mistre°s. The Head Mistress -Y '< consulted bT pl?-f? on Thur: by Afternoons, from 2.30 to 4.30, at 4, prk- placa. [33628 THE SCHOOL WILL OPEN JANUAFY ?Sct. 1!W5 rvancinff. Physical Exercises âThe JL ? Miss-s EVANS hold CLASSES at CARDIFF. NEWPORT, PENARTH. &c. Private Lessons. 19 NEWPORT, PYNARTH. Private Let;so ?175 W, DANCING.âMISS DAY has Renmed her CLASSES at. the CRUSH-ROOM, PARK .HALL TURSDAY !;VE Juv.un, t Si; Adults Eight. Private Lemmas Given.-P.trtx-??. 40, The Parade, Carlf'f. 32621 LLANISHKN. HITLEAS SCHOOL FOR GIRLS, LLANISHEN. A Small Number of Boarders Received. Kinder Garten Class for Young Chi)('Mn. For pM-tieutfm! apl tath. Principals- ,?M"? ?"??M??TA?K_ NEWPORT ANCTNG.âMISS DAY wiU OPEN her JUVENtMMd ADULT CLASSES? W??.c?mb-rs. Newport, FRIDAY, Nove.?er 30th Private Lessons given. Particulars.-40, rhe Parade, Cardiff. 33556 STROUD. t?TROUD?ADIES' COLLEGE AND i? STEOUD HIGH SCHOOL FOR GIRLS. Principals Th< Mi?e!! Howard. Head-mi3trJss ifi"t!r,' 11 lî. HÃ;téd by eá¡:i."d Foreign Cerriftctted MittreMes. For ProspMtus, and other information, apply to the Principals, Beeches Green, Stroud, Gloucestershire. Vacancy or Governess-Student in College and in School. [2S50 BRUTON, SOMERSET. KING'S SCHOOL, BRUTON, J[\. SOMERSET. FIRST GRADE ENDOWED SCHOOL for Universities, Amy, Profe..lous, &c. I:icb.ol"r8hi p and Exhibitions to the ,d.f;E360 a year. Hihe8t Fel1, 65 Guineas. 4371d D. E. NORTON, M.A, Head Master. LONDON. CIVIL SERVICE EXAMINATIONS Oral Classes at King's College. CorrMpon- dence for Provincial Candidates. Messrs. Bragicton, B.A., and Hinks. RecentleMise' 2nd DIY (J.I,?, 85 uf':SpiM??Bo? Cle,k,, (M?y), 3D f 130; (Apr.), 20 of 70 .Caetoma (JIl?,?,'93), 11 places MM- Telegraphists (July), 12. KtDK't Coittt-e, Prospectus SECRETARY, lCi-g'- C-it- London. L10829 ORNINGTON HOUSE, 30 iS» 11, PHlLBEACH-GAltOENS BABL 3 OOUBT. M?DOtt. S.W. High-class School for the Daughters of Gentlemen. Strungly recommended by several Ladies m the P prSe.iptfl8-Misi ALLEN and Mademoiselle DIDIRR, who aro assisted by a staff of Governesses and Professors. M Prospectuses on appUoatioo. Llltü4 TMADDREN A CO.. ELECTRICAL T. ENGINEERS AND CONTRACTORS. Everyone DESIROUS of having their RESI- DENCES. SHOPS. HOTELS, Ac., FITTED for the ELF, LIGHT, or with ELECTRIC BELLS or TEL" 't;S, should send to us for estimates (free ') o:ily employ kill,d workmen, ..d gZhc ..¡¡.1 Ar(k :re,n: our personal supervision, and will be guaranteed. 47, CAL? TLE-ARCADE, CARDIFF,  M 4", 2 t3i2 N tio..l T?1.1,ho.?. 1.. HE CADOXTON AND BARRY TBILL."TING COMPANY (LIMITED,, VERE-STREET, CADOXTON-BARRY. Secretary, MICHAEL DAVIES. Beist 13mi6?? "d ,uwt C"ueotion in the Db tnct public appotntments. WRTHYR DFIL UNION. WANTED, a FEMALE NURSE for Old and Infirm Sick Wards at the Workhouse; age not to exceed 40 Y" Salary W. anMm with tatiCM; no beer allow- ?'A?tion. with testimonials (, not .more man three ) to be tin to the ixudersiped by Ten a.m. ?n THURSDAY, theh i-?t. By Order, FRANK T. JAMES, Clerk. 134, Merthyr Tydfil, 33705 19th November, 1894 33705 jiublitation5. NO. 6. OF THE STRAND NOVELETTES, PRICE Id., Will be from the poll of MR. R. T. CASLON, A vrriter who has achieved many remarkable successes in dealing with subjects of local interest in the form of fiction. 1a .YILL EV A.NS, THE COLLIER HERO," He gives a picture of Welsh mining life which, from its truthfulness and great emotional power, can hardly fail to move the feelings of his readers deeply. Each Number of the Strand Novelettes is a Complete Story of 32 Pages. The following hare .1-dy ?pae?red. and w h Ob:t ;.IR:rl,g'I: No l.AN UNSEEN HAND." Br Isabel Bellerby. Illustrated by Paul Hardy. No. 2. THE MADNESS OF JULIAN ANSTEY." By Pleydon North. Illustrated ky A. M. Johnsen. No 3. THE CASTING OF THE DIE," By Ada M Bellerby. Illustrated by Arthur Twidle. N» 4,A DEADLY ENMITY." By Coilton Strange. Illustrates by Taul lU^dy. No. 6. A NEW WOMAN OR SOr  B. Emu? Lester. 111-t-t-4 I- A. H. Johnson. THE COLLIER HERO." By R. T. Casson. illustrated by Paul Hardy. The 81- N..b?. will be sent, Post Free, for Ei?ht Penay Stamp?b GEORGE NEWNES (LIMITED), Peniky St&mRs b. GEORGE NEIN ,I??e, for Eight hotels, Stmng.-rooins.  CARDIFF. CARDIFF. BOROUGH ARMS HOTEL AND BRESTAURANT, ST. MüY.STREET, CARDIFF (OPPOSITE TOWN-HALL) The above IS NOW OPEN. Silver Grill, Ladies' CoSee.room, Diumtr-Mem. Snack Bara. Ales, Wine., Spirit?.and g-; TM. ,B'Chi:'inTheSB¿tÄi:i ;h C.ff?e, and Ch. ?ol;?isonabli?PAte. Come and judge for yourselves, 2 C. DAVIES, Proprietor, THE PAVILION HOTEL, THE _L HAYES, CARDIFF. UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT. Present Proprietress, Mrs. M. COLSTON, late of the Napier Hotel. Canton. Boers, Wines, and Spirits of the Beat Quality. 373di8 PORTHCAWL. ESPLANADE HOTEL, PORTH TT'SPLANADE HOTEL, PORTH lood winter hmate. Perfect dr?iw- (32436 WESTON-SUPER-MARE. wESTON SUPER- MARE ROYAL PIER HOTEL. This I'lrst-olas" FAMILY AOTEL has Itir,ly Re-decorated and He.furnished throughout, and fitted with every modern convenience that can conduce t?he f.rt.f ?Stor? bv M?. CBOWE of B ?.?,ry'. Hotel, Cardiff. TaMe d'hote Dinner at separate tables, at Seven p.m& Tewi3 HtriOtly mode- rate, For W,, ?k" ,!I' ,iipt;r?i. g This Dinuer on t. t.rday, BmkfL?st, Table d'hote Dinner, Tea, and Supper on S?dayi Breakfast 00 Moody! B Atkndance, 168. 28425 WESTON-SUPER-MARE. CLIP VT TON PRIVATE BOARDING-HOUSE sacing sea. Near beach. Every home comfort Private rooms if desired. Terma moderate. 28- > DANIEL OWBN AND CO GENERAL AND COMMERCIAL p EINTERS AND s TATIONERS ST. MABY-3TBEBT, C A B D I F F. OfficesâSt. llary.atr»«t. Works-Tudor.road T FETH! rjlEETH TEETH, COMPLETE SET ONE GUINEA SINGLE TOOTH .28. ód. Five Years' Wanranty. Prise MeaaL MESSRS- G OODMAN 56. OUKEN-ST. and 10, DUKK^TmOABDTPF. ARTIFICIAL TEFTII PAINLESSLY FITTED by Atmo.nherie Suction, ct one-third taeir usual cberges.  Extractions necessary; jierfect and^per- manent life.like "ppeerance; speCl.l SO?^ PALATES for lender GnmS; P-1f" ?f,,r M""ti""tion ?'??'°' J?'r? PATIENTS Supplied m One Vlit. and Railway Fare allowed. SPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN TO MPA?s. FXTRACTIONS, STOPPING. «C, TESTIMONIALS.âDr. ANDREW WILSON (late v <j i bbvsâ" I can recommend M,Rsrs. G(lot\m.rl .1: very skilful and humane Dentists. Their reasonabl. charges should attract to them all eU«ac« Consultations Free. -S liW LL?-d GOLD PML ??1 MERtC A K DENTISTRY. M< PLA'?EL! P ALA. T". BefoTf Jl\terln look for the Nameâ (i6ODMAN, 56, OUEEN-STRSET, AND 10, DUKE- STKEET. CARDIFF. Pontypridd 86, Tall-street (over Glainorganshu-e Bank). Newport: 12, BHUC, v.-ell-buildings. SviaMea.. 5, Castle-Btreet. Hours: 10 to 8. L1050 JQANISL QWEN AND CO BOOKBINDERS, ftO. LETTERPRESS AND IITHOQRAPHIG PRINTERS, MACHINE RULERS, ST. MARY STREET. ARDIFF I THE CARMARTHEN BILL-POST ING COMPAQ. 13, BRIDGE-STREET, CABMATHEN. Bin-po.tin? and M..nOOni' in all it* Bmch* Throughout tbe Counties of C-th.. Pembroke, and Cardigan. t en, B. M. JAMES, ?e?STERN MAIL W Mt ALL uvxf=a MXW# fitismess yoaressfs. WINTER PRODUCTIONS WARM CLOTHING FOR THE MILLION. JJOWELL AND QOLIPANF THE CARDIFF DRAPERS, à RE THIS DAY OFFERING. AN IMPORTANT PURCHASE OF BLACK AND COLOURED SILKS, SATINS, PONGEES, CHINAS, &c., At Less Than Manufacturers' Prices. A Ranie of Evening Shades in PONGEES and CHINAS from 6H- per yard. Small Paroel of BLACK MOl^KS, from llH. I per y,?d. 23?e? COLOURED SHOT TWILL SILKS, at Is. 6Jd. per yard. BLACK and COLOURED CASHMERES, MERINOES, SERGES, &c., including almost everything really new in the way ef DRESS MATERIALS, and, as usual, at the lowest possible prices. A Very Large Parcel of KILMARNOCK TWEEDS, commencing at Ie. IUd., 2s. bjd., and 2,. llil. per yard; the latter are sold in Cardiff at 4B. lid. per yard. Evening Shades in NUNS' and CRAPE CLOTHS at very Special prices. 3.. 4d. and 6s. 4d. WOOLLEN CLOTHS, suit. able fer Dresses, Jackets, and Cap-. HOWELL AND COMPANY'S MANTLE DEPARTMENT Is under very strong management; the stock is entirely new. well bought, sold cheap, and never exhibited in the windows. H. and Co. hare no branches, therefore unsale- able goods are not imported into their Estab. lishment in Cjardiff; neither are they compelled to make the whole of their rent, rates, taxes, and salaries out of this one Department- A great purchase ef JACIILTS, MANTLES, &c., which will be sola uer value. SHAWLS. COSTUMES, SKIRTS, BLOUSES MACKINTOSHES, and DRESSING GOWNS are in the same department. LADIES' AND CHILDREN'S OUTFIT- TING DEPARTMENT Will be found well assorted with Goods of tht beet value and sold cheap. MILLINERY DEPARTMENT) Is well-stocked with the Newest Goods. ( Bonnets and Hit. of the latest style. ) MEN'S MERCERY. GLOVES, HABÃR; DASHERY, HOSIERY. PANTS, DRAWERS,, VESTS, and SHIRTS at Drapers' Prices. LADIES and GENTLEMEN'S SILK UMBRELLAS.â300 Dozen to select from. Special Lines in LADIES' SILK UMBRELLAS, at 28. llSd., 3s. llid., 4s. lljd.,and 5s. llid. to 25s lid. each. LEATHER RAGa, PORTMANTEAUS, and TRAVELLING TRUNKS, at Special priom { CARPET DEPA.R.TMENT. H & Co. are at all times showing the LargLe, ?d* ?he?e? ?' St? o? B?US?LS*' and^ AXMINSTEB CARPETS manufactured by. Messrs. JohnCrosatey and Sons, of Halifax. FLOOR CLOTHS, maaufacwred by Jotui Hare, and Co. LINOLEUMS by tho Staines Manu- fminrint Company. All the above 8Iake are well known y Trade, and cannot be beaton, CABINET DEPARTMENT. DINING, DRAWING, and BEDROOM PUS- NITURE. BEDSTEADS and BEDDING, FENDERS. CLOCKS, and PICTURES; also WALL DECO-KATIUINZI are in uuo wepam. ment. THE TRIMMING AND FANCY DEPARTMENTS Are Growing Rapidly. The Addition or BOOKS by the leading pub-, liahers, Private Christmaa Cards and Ordinary Christmas Cards are a great feature at the present moment. Specia-l purcbase of SAXONY, CaLAIS, and English LACES considerably under usual prices. CHRISTMAS SHOW OF JlANCf; GOODS ON THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 29,1894 As usual, the Great Show will be a-de in 1Ii and Co.'s Carpet Room, next door to the. Market House in Trinity-etreet. SEE SPECIAL|ADVERTISEMEN T IS DAILY PAPERS. FURNISHING DRAPERY DEPART., MENT. One of the largest in the. Kingdom, where Customers can at all times depend upon having good nine. The Stock is well-ass«ted and one of tbf cheapest. JJOWELL AND £ <0MPAN1 HAVE OPENED NO. 18, ST. MARY-STREET (CORNER OF WHARTON-STREET) FOR MEN'S, YOUTHS', AND BOYS' READY-MADE CLOTHING. Assortment Large, Quality Good, and Prie.. Low. MANCHESTER DEPARMENT. Important to Bnyers of Heavy Drape, y Suitable for Charity and Clothing Clabs 4,000 Pairs of Brown. Grey. Drab. Scarlet, and White BLANKETS at Maker's Prices. 500 Pieces FLANNELETTE, from 2td. to W. per y rd. Customers should send for Patterns nd compare- 490 COLOURED ALHAMBRA QUILTS, at 2s. 1Hd. each, worth 3.. llid. 125 Pieces 72in. WASTE TWILL SHEETING, pure make, from Sid. per yard. 190 Pieces REAL SOUTH WALES SHIRT- ING FLANNELS, at Low Prices. In consequence of the Bad Season. H. and Co. are selling FUR TIES, BOAS, &c., at less than Market Value. CHRISTMAS SHOW ON THURSDAY NOVEMBER 29, 1894. ALL GOODS DELIVERED FREE. TERMS-CASE. NO CREDIT. JJOWELL AND £ 10MPANf, THE CARDIFF DRAPERS, CiBDlFI.