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GRIFFIN & DAVIES, The South Wales Provision Stores, Are this week offering Tons of Pure Jam At the Wonderfully Low Price of glD. per 2LB- P0T* HUNDREDS OF MILD CURED HAMS, 81b. to 101b. average, only 0D. per lb. THE FINEST SOAP IT IS POSSIBLE TO PRODUCE. HODGSON & SIMPSON'S INVINCIBLE SOAP. Purest and Most Durable. (;' INVINCIBLE SOAP for Household or Toilet use, and for every des- cription of Domestic Washing. INVINCIBLE TRANSPARENT SOAP Absolutely pure, free from Sugar and other forms of adulteration so commonly used in the Manufac- ture of Transparent Soaps. HODGSON AND SIMPSON had the honour to receive a GOLD MEDAL at the Great PARIS EXHIBITION, 1878, in Competition with the WORLD, the very HIGHEST AWARD for Superior Quality of their Soaps. Hach Tablet is stamped with the Trade Mark- A Shield. We are also the SOLE AGBNTS for the TOWER TEA. HIGHEST AWARD, PARIS EXHIBITION, 1889. y.H!{" Ilefore Is 8d, 28 Od, a New Tea liow Is 2d, Is 6d, Is lOd, 2s It is the BEST TEA at the Lowest Rates and Saves the Consumer from 6d to 8d per lb. Highly fragrant Tea. "-Daily Telegraph. Fragrant and Refreshin." The Lady. Very Grateful it is. "-I'rWh. ''As fine Tea as one need wish to Drink."— Whitehall JReview. Beautiful Indian Tea. "-The Star. "All the Blends of Tower Tea are excellent."— Ollalth. Generous to the Taste, and of full Strength "nd Vigour.The Lancet. 4W See that every packet bears the Registered Trade Mark, and is signed "TOWER TEA." Agents for RO GERS' 9 ALES AND PORTERS, In 4! Gallon Casks and upwards. JACOB-STREET BREWERY, BRISTOL. CASH PRICE LIST:- Pin or Firkin Kilder- INDIA PALE & BITTER ALES. 4A or 9 kin or gals. gala. 18 gals k-B.A. Light Bitter Ale 3s9d 7s 6d 15s. A.K. Bitter Ale 4s6d 9s Od 18s A.K.K. Ditto 5s 3d 10s 6d 21s P.A. Pale Ale 6s Od 12s Od 24s I.P.A. India Pale Ale 6s9dl3s6d 27s MILD ALES. X Mild Ale 3s 9d 7s 6d 15s XX Ditto 4s 6d 9s Od 18s JtXX Ditto 5s 3d 10s 6d 21s 5-^XX Ditto 6s Od 12s 0s 24s *XXX Extra Strong 6s 9d 13s 6d 27s STOUTS. P. Porter 416d 9s 18s S. 1 5s 3d 10s 6d 21s S.S./ Stout 6s 12s 24s D.S. Double Stout 6s 9d 13s 6d 27s X-E.-No extra charge for Ales and Porters sup- plied in 4! Gallon Casks. Also, Agents for Kennaway and Co's. WINES AND SPIRITS. ESTABLISHED 1743. pVery Bottle is Guaranteed for Purity and This firm has been in existence for early a Century-and-a-half, and has on many -ions had the honour of supplying Royalty, M,,80 effort will be spared to keep up the credit °Uhe OU House. Branches v vERE-STREET, CADOXTON. HIGH-STREET, BARRY. liOLTON-ROAD, BARRY DOCK. PENARTH. PREPARATORY, BOARDING, AND DAY JL SCHOOL for BOYS, HASLAND HOUSE, Viofcoria- road, Penarth. PBINCIPAL Mr. JOSEPH LUGG. School was re-opened on Tuesday, May 5th. Trains and Busses run daily. Prospectus on application. KENDRICK HOUSE, VICTORIA ROAD, PENARTH, (Close to Railway Station). BOARDING AND DAY SCHOOL FOR YOJNG LADIES. Pupils Prepared for Local Examinations. PRINCIPALS THE MISSES WALLIS. Prospectus and terms on application. BARRY pREPARATORY SCHOOL, ATHERSTONE HOUSE, WINDSOR-ROAD, BARRY. PRINCIPAL Miss BURBIDOE. KINDERGARTEN TAUGHT. Next Term will commence September 14th, 1891. One Minute's walk from Railway Station. QADOXTON gCHOOL JjlOR ^IRLS RECTORY ROAD, CADOXTON-BARRY. PRINCIPAL Miss SMALL. Prospectus on Application. A CLASS FOR LITTLE BOYS. The next Term will commence September 14th. WHEN TIMES ARE BAD THEN MONEY IS SCARCE, and everyone tries to BUY IN THE CHEAPEST MARKET. If you want GOOD STRONG SERVICEABLE BOOTS CHEAP, now is your time to give G. BISHOP, Of HOLTON-ROAD, a call he having just secure 1 a LARGE STOCK of. ready-made BOOTS SHOES, and SLIPPERS of every description, which he will be able to sell at about HALF THE USUAL PRICES for cash. HANDSEWN BOOTS made on the premises by experienced workmen. Special attention given to REPAIRS. Nothing but the best material used. Terms strictly Cash. NOTE THE ADDRESS :— G B ISHOP, PRACTICAL BOOTMAKER & REPAIRER HOLTON-ROAD, BARRY DOCK. To-day will be ,"f,¡'I!,tny-: morrow, but keep smiling," and go to B AKER'S HOLTON. ROAD, BARRY DOCK. The Cheapest House in the County for all kinds of WATCHES AND CLOCKS, JEW ELLERY, Spectacles, Musical Instruments, Violin and Banjo Strings, &c. Watches, Clocks, and Jewellery Repaired. PRIVATE ROOM FOR WEDDING RINGS CTJLLEY'S BARRY DOCK HOTEL IS NOW OPEN FOR THE RECEPTION OF VISITORS. LARGE COFFEE ROOM, RESTAURANT, SMOKING & BILLIARD ROOMS. HANDSOME WINE & SPIRIT BARS. ALSO AT THE Railway Refreshment Rooms. CARDIFF CATERING ESTABLISHMENTS: The Exchange Restaurant, THE DOCKS. The Philharmonic Restaurant, ST. MARY STREET. CARDIFF WINE OFFICES: THE EXCHANGE. LONDON WINE OFFICES: 116, NEW OXFORD STREET, W.C. M. G. MACGREGOR, ONUMENTAL I IEIEM AND GENERAL 2 m ASON, KENILWORTH-ROAD, CADOXTON-BARRY. New and Original Designs. Cardiff and South Wales Electrical Engineering Co. ELECTRIC BELLS, BURGLAR AND FIRE ALARMS, And every description of Electrical Appliances Fixed and Maintained. All Orders Promptly Executed. R. J. EVANS, Manager, 5, Woodland-place, Cardiff SP RING AND SUMMER SEASONS, 1891. JOTHAM & SONS, 26 & 27, ST. MARY-STREET, CARDIFF, Are now showing one of the LARGEST AND BEST Assorted STOCKS MEN'S, YOUTHS' AND BOYS' CLOTHING Ever offered to the Public, in their New and Extensive Premises, whiph comprise over 14,000 (fourteen thousand) square feet of Show Rooms. Special Room Fitted up for the Juvenile Department on the Ground Floor. TWO WELL-VENTILATED AND LIGHTED ROOMS FOR THE Bespoke Tailoring Department. ALL REPLETE WITH EVERY NOVELTY FOR THE PRESENT SEASON. N.B.—Train Fare allowed from Barry Dock and back on all parcels over Two Pounds Value. JOTHAM &SONS) Woollen Merchants, Hatters, Hosiers, and General Outfitters, 26 & 27, ST MARY-STREET, CARDIFF. Three Minutes' Walk from G.W.R. Station. ESTABLISHED 53 YEARS. WENVOE ARMS HOTEL, OPPOSITE CADOXTON RAILWAY STATION, BARRY DOCK TOWN. Li- EXCELLENT ACCOMMODATION FOR TRAVELLERS AND VISITORS. ■■t"i Or &V JDr ST A xTL jl A" fcr œ: c.. PROPRIETOR HENRY CHAPPELL. E. J. POOLE, MEAT PURVEYOR, 285, Bute-street, Cardiff; 3, Glebe-street, Penarth; and Holton, Barry Dock. Families, Hotels, &c., waited upon daily for orders.—Free delivery to all parts of the neighbourhood. SHIPPING SUPPLIED with Live Stock, Poultry, Potatoes, Vegetables, &c. Terms—MODERATE. Telephone, No. 8. THE BARRY TRADING COMPANY, LIMITED, THOMPSON-STREET, BARRY DOCK. HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE AND IRONMONGERY, CHEAPEST AND BEST. Bedsteads and Beds, Stands and Tables, Sofas and Chairs, Kettles and Pans. I EASY HIRE PURCHASE. Corn, Seeds, and Hay, Oats and Mixed Corn for Horses, Poultry Mixtures, Garden Seeds, &c., &c. BUILDING MATERIALS. COAL AND IRON. ESTABLISHED 1827. D. gPICKETT AND SON, COMPLETE FUNERAL FURNISHERS. Every requisite for Funerals of all Classes. Proprietors of Reform Funeral Cars, Hearses, Shallibiers Superb Flemish Horses, Coaches, and every necessary Equipment for Funerals. Price List on application. Address: Opposite the Royal Hotel, Barry Road, Cadoxton-Barry. rjMMOTHY MORGAN, PAINTER AND GLAZIER, PAPERHANGER, &c., NEAR THE NEW MARKET, ¡ BARRY-ROAD, CADOXTON-BARRY. DANDO & SONS, Plumbers and Gasfitters, PAINTERS, PAPERHANGERS, HOUSE DECORATORS, &c., BARRY DOCK TOWN, Ready Mixed Paints 3 £ d per lb. Brunswick Black 6d bottles reduced 4 £ d Stained Spirit Varnish (Oak, Mahogany, Rose Wood, Satin Wool, Ebony, &c.) 6d 4d Oak Varnish (Inside and Out) 6d 4id PAPER-HANGINGS IN GREAT VARIETY, From 2d per piece. Glass cut to order. Estimates given in all branches of the Trade. THE TRADE SUPPLIED. PLEASE NOTE vV* -c< THAT :.¡, MASTERS & Co., The Noted Clothiers ARE now shewing the latest STYLES in Clothing of every description. THE Largest and Best Selected Stock EVER seen in or out of London. R EADY-MADE and Bespoke Clothing for SPRING and Summer wear. LOCAL ADDRESSES: .,4 l" "r<! 29 and 30, St. Mary-street, ¡ 292, Bute-street, CARDIFF. 1, St. John's-square, J 1". -L,. PRINCE DOG CART, NEW DESIGN, MOUNTED ON MOST APPROVED PRINCIPLES. FULLER BIRTILL & COMPANY, CARRIAGE BUILD ERS, CARDIFF, .íi& INVITE INSPECTION OF THEIR LARGE STOCK OF NEW AND SECOND-HAND CARRIAGES OF EVERY DESCRIPTION. ESTIMATES GIVEN FOR REPAIRS FREE t Carriages taken in Exchange, or Sold on Commission. Agents in Wales for the Duplex, the latest and most improved Cee Spring for two or four Wheel Carriages. Telegrams-CARRIAGES, CARDIFF. TO THE INHABITANTS OF HOLTON, AND THE BARRY DISTRICT GENERALLY. RICHARD GUY, THE WELL-KNOWN PORK BUTCHER AND BACON CURER, BEGS to inform his numerous customers that on THURSDAY, APRIL 9th last, he OPENED large and convenient premises suitably erected for the trad & at HOLTON-ROAD, BARRY DOCK, and, while thanking his customers for past favours, respectfully begs a continuance of their patronage and recommendation. His goods are precisely the same quality as those for which he is so well noted at Penarth, and are sold at the same price. Opened on Thursday, April 9th. Address HOLTON ROAD, BARRY DOCK, & GLEBE STREET, PENARTH. JOHN NORMAN, COACH BUILDER, Canton, CARDIFF. 0 I.CCODP A large Stock of all kinds of CARRIAGES, CARTS, TROLLIES, WAGONS, and VANS Ready for Delivery w ILLIAM JONES, Hay and Corn Merchant, HARVEY-STREET, CADOXTON-BARRY j Oiders Promptly attended to. I USE ONLY IF OTHERGILL's rpOBACCO & CIGARS I STUART HALL, HAYES, CARDIFF