THE EXPLOSION AT TONDU. LAST Friday there occurred at Park Slip Colliery, Tondu, one of those frightful acci- dents, which seem inseparable from the life of the underground worker, no matter what pre- cautions are taken to prevent them. Science,, prudence, and experience have utterly failed to, remove these dangers, and we question whether the dangers incident to a collier's life will ever be lessened by legislation or by new discoveries in science. As far as is known, no precaution that could possibly be taken was omitted, and the disaster cannot be laid to anyone's fault or remissness. It has been pointed out that these accidents generally occur in pits which are situated in somewhat isolated spots and the comparative absence of serious acci- dents in the Rhondda Valley and other places, where pits are in close proximity, seems to favour that supposition. It is said that the subterranean gas finds in that way many out- lets, and its force and danger are thereby weakened. Some have also argued that the recurrence of these accidents in pits where the safety lamp is used points to the fact that safety lamps are not really a protection, and that they only serve to postpone the danger and make it all the more overwhelming when it comes. That the safety lamp is not yet perfect, is true but that it is useless, we cannot bring ourselves to believe. These disasters illustrate the dangers of the miner's occupation, and give to a prosaic occupation an element of danger which saddens and ennobles it. They make one understand and appreciate better the pathos that underlies the careless gaiaty and often the reckless life of the collier. They lift, for the moment at least, many a. commonplace workman into the position of a. hero, and they draw out from ordinary men those qualities of courage, daring, endurance z, and self-sacrifice which, otherwise applied, have made and unmade empires. What great con- queror ever showed more determination, courage, and capacity than Mr. Jonah Jones, or what hero ever displayed more en- durance or self sacrifice than that poor man whose efforts to save a child by carrying him to a safe place in the pit resulted in the paralysis of his right arm ? Incidents such as these show the noble qualities that lie too often dormant in our race, but which burst out in all their splendour when the adventitious circumstances and mean surroundings that have obscured them, have disappeared. It is in suffering that the true nature of man is seen, and the heroic conduct of the miners of Aberkenfig shows that we have still our village Hampdens among us. If legislation can do little or nothing to prevent these accidents, we can, at all events, do some- thing to alleviate the sufferings and to lessen the privations of those whom the accident has rendered defenceless. The Lord Mayor has opened a Mansion House Relief Fund, and there are also several local funds opened on be- half of the widows and children. We trust that by these means the sorrowing widows and bereaved families will be placed above the < reach of want. 4. WE ARE glad to see that Mr. Justice Jeune has recognised the necessity of appoint- ing gentlemen acquainted with the Welsh language to official posts in Waleg. The vacant <
DRINK GALORE IRISH WHISKY. Sold at the Principal Bars in the Town. War- ranted Pure and Wholesome Spirit, a Blend of the Finest Dublin Whiskies. Vide Analytical report. SOLE PROPRIETORS (JAREY AND CO. QUEEX-STREET, CARDIFF. ALSO SOLE AGENTS FOR— DEUTZ & GELDERMANN, ERNEST IRROY AND RUIN ART'S CHAMPAGNE. BOTTLERS OF BASS'S ALES &: GUINNESS' STOUT. Telephone 593. Telegraphic Address, Galore. [207 G. H. B. /tk, j GOLDEN HOP., BITTER &/ f S3 (LIGHT DINNER ALE)/ Is. PER GALLON. m/ /iSV /4-/ /&/ SUPERIOR ATV PALE ALE— Is. 2d. Per Gallon. /A MILD ALES— 10d. Per Gallon. STOUT- Per Gallon. IN 4i GALLON CASKS y AND UPWARDS. [285 R. Bishop, ITAILOE, HOSIER & HATTER, 50, QUEEN-STEEET, CARDIFF. BEST VALUE FOR CASH. N.B.—OPPOSITE THE EMPIRE. [367 .J WANTED. JUNIOR CLERK WANTED, to make himself Generally Useful must he a good writer salary, 10s. per week.—Apply, in own handwriting, to J. Arthur Hughes, B-ury Estate OfEce, Barry. r 408 tTTT ANTED.—Respectable BOYS to Sell the South f" Wale* Star at Bridgend. Good commission.— Apply at the Star Branch Office, Friday mornings. DO you want your FINGER BILLS, Handbills and Circulars conscientiously Distributed in town and country ?—Apply X. X. X., Star Office, Cadoxton. TO LET. SITTING and BEDROOM for One or Two Young Gentlemen; splendid sea view near the station terms moderate.—Apply A B C, South Wale# Star. [416 HVTBWLANI) STREET. JIOLTOX.—A COM- i>| PORTABLE HOUSE, containing three lied- moms, two Sitting Rooms, Bathroom (hot and coid water), Kitchen, Scullery, ifcc.— Apply E. F. Black- more, 3, Aberthaw-terrace, Barry. [398 -0- TO LET, STUMPY HALL, a mile and a half from Barry eight rooms, gig house and stable, about 1 acre of land.—Apply D. Howell, Colcott Anns, near Barry. [339 HOUSES TO LET.—Rents from 6s. 6d. per week. Apply at the Barry Estate Office, Market Buildings, Barry. [344 e an(I TO BE LET, about 16 ACRES of Arable and Pasture LAND. The Arable Land well adapted for Market Garden purposes, near to Barry and Barry Dock. Also between 10 and-12 Acres of Pasture Land in the same neighbourhood.—Apply Stephenson and Alexander, 5, High-street, Cardiff. FOR SALE. DO you desire to realise the best possible prices and secare a numerous company when you dispose of your Landed Estate, Freehold Property, Stock Merchandise, or Household FuTnitjre ? — See that your Advertisements are inserted in the South Wales Star. BUSINESS ANNOUNCEMENTS inserted in the B SOUTH WALES STAR, the most wideiv-read newspaper in South and Mid-Glamorgan, at compara- tively low terms, for periods ranging from three to twelve months. EDUCATIONAL. Cadoxton-Barry 'Grammar and Commercial School, j Cardiff. HEAD MASTER MR. R. G. MORRIS (Late Second Master at the Hackney Grammar School, London.) THil course of instruction pursued at the above JL School is of a thoroughly jiriicf iral, kind, aiid one that the experience of the Flead Master in some of the most successful Higher and Middle Class Schools In the kingdom guarantees adapted to pre- pare boy. for Commercial Life, and the Entrance and other Examinations for the Learned Profes- sions. The aim is, as far as practical, to educate each individual boy for his future vocation in life, as. in these days of keen competition, boys should, after a certain age, be restricted to the subjects which are most calculated to advance their after career. The course of instruction comprises the follow- in- subjects :-The BIBLE thorough ENGLISH, including writing- as approved by the Civil Service Commissioners BOOK-KEEPING, by Single and Double Entry; SHORTHAND (Pitman's system): FRENCH, including- Commercial Correspondence MATHEMATICS: PRACTICAL CHEMISTRY LATIN and GI £ E £ K. Music and German are charged for extra. Fees': Professional, including Latin and Greek, k9 per annum Commercial, e6 per annum. The School Year is divide:! iuto Thric Tt rm-, •consisting of 13 weeks each. Mr. MORRIS has prepared successfully for the following Examinations :—Sandhurst and Wool- wich Naval Clerkships; Preliminary Medical, Law. and Pharmaceutical Eximinatioils Oxford and Cambridge Locai Exams. and the College of Preceptors. SUCCESSES: I1838. First Class Mathematics, Science ani Art, South Kensington. Seoond Class Drawing, Science and Art, South Kensington. Open Exhibition at Bristol Baptist Co'lesre, 1891. [417 npHE CADOXTON BOARDING AND DAY SCHOOL FOR GIRLS THE OLD COURT. PEINCIPAL MISS SMALL. Assisted by Trained and Certificated English and Foreign Governesses, and visiting Masters. Class for Little Boys. Governess Pupil required Private Lessons giveiiiii Music, French, and German. Terms on apnlication [32 COWBRIDGE SCHOOL.—Preparations for all Examinations. NEXT TERM BEGINS SEP- TEMBER Mth.—For Prospectus apply to the Headmaster. [366 ARTISTIC EUMITIREE MANUFACTURERS. TRAPNELL AND GANE, THE BEST AND MOST ECONOMICAL HOUSE FURNISHERS IX THE WEST OF ENGLAND AND SOUTH WALES. ^RTISTIC ipURNITURE. JgCONOMIC J^URNITURE. w ELL-MADE JpURNITURE. JNEXPENSIVE F UR-NITURE. SHOW ROOMS FOR WALES 38 & 41, QUEEN STREET, CARDIFF, JOINING-ROOM pURNITURE. JgEDROOM pURNITURE. J^RAWING-ROOM J^URNITURE. JgOUDOIR J^URNITURE. BREAKFAST-ROOM J^URNITURE. BILLIARD-ROOM JjlURNITURE. K ITCHEN JfURNITURE. JJOTEL JlURNITURE. ji OUR MUCH RENOWNED C on nil 'IT Oil 'ST COTTAGE FURNITURE DEPARTMENT, 38, QUEEN-STREET, CARDIFF. TRAPKELL & (JAXE, Complete House Furnishers, Carpet and Linoleum Warehousemen, 81 & 41, QUEEN STREET, CARDIFF. ALSO AT COLLEGE GREEN, BRISTOL; COMMERCIAL STREET, XEWPOIIT. CATALOGUES FREE. ESTIMATES FREE. ALL GOODS CARRIAGE PAID TO THE NEAREST RAILWAY STATION. [239 « I 'Tis not in mortals to command success but we will do more, we will deserveit," LLOYD ^MFCOEPAJT, The Largest Distributors of MEN'S, YOUTHS', & BOYS' CLOTHING in the District, RESPECTFULLY IXVITE AX INSPECTION OF THEIR IMMENSE STOCK OF FASHIONABLE CLOTHING, Made to Measure or Ready for Immediate Wear. Men's Suits, Complete, 12/6, 14/11, 16/9, 18/3, 19/11, 21/3, 25/ 27/6, 30/ to 45/ Men's Tweed and Cashmere Trousers, 3/11, 4/11, 5/11, 6/11, 7.6, 8/6, to 15/11. Youths' Tweed Suits, 7/6, 7/11. 8/6, 8 11. 10 6. 12 3. 14/6, 16/6,'to 30/ Boys' Eton and Rugby Suits, 6/11, 7/11, 8/6, 9/8, 10/9, 11/6, 12/6, 13/11, to 19/6. Boys' Sailer, Jersey, Brighton, and Norfolk Knicker Suits, 1/11, 2/6, 2/11, 3/5, 3/11, 4/0, 4/11, 5/11, 6/9, 7/3, to 16/6 Men's. Youths', and Boys' Underclothing of Every Description in Endless Variety, at Popular Prices. JJAT AND CAP DEPARTMENT. Includes Gentlemen's Flexible Felt Hats (Fashionable Shanes), in Black, Brown, Drab, Slate, Tan, &c. at 1/6, 1/11, 2/6, 2/11, to 5/11. Men's and Boys' Fancy Tweeds, Cloth and Velvet Caps, in Most Approved Shapes, 2 Jd., 4Jd., 6 £ d., 8td.t to 3/6d. 2 2 2 ■FYJECHANICS' DEPARTMENT. Is Composed of Tons of the Best and Most Reliable Maltes in Cord and Mole Trousers, Cord and Mole Vests, Duck, Drngaree, Drabette, Drill, and Serge Jackets and Trousers, &c., &c. ONE TRIAL IS SUFFICIENT TO PROVE THE SUPERIORITY OF OUR C OTHING NOTE THE ADDRESS- fI8 LLOYD & COMPANY, THE LEADING CLOTHIERS AND TAILORS, MAIN-STREET, j CADOXTON. J^ORTH J>RITISH AND MERCANTILE INSURANCE (COMPANY. FOUNDED 1809. TpIRE, I F E ^NXUITIES. ASSETS EXCEED £10,000,000 STERLING. SOUTH WALES AND MONMOUTHSHIRE OFFICE 8T. ARY-STREE CARDIFF. ¡ k5 LOCAL DIRECTORS:— I Sir W. T. LEWIS, ROBERT FORREST, Esq.. JOHN GUNN, Esq., Sir J. J. JENKINS, Colonel CHARLES LYNE. MANAGER W. SOUTHWELL JONES. Agents Wanted where the Company is unrepresented. [152 A CURE-A VALUABLE DISCOVERY. What Saved his Life. OPINION OF WELL-KNOWN MEN. Mr. ISAAC EVANS, Neath. Miners' Agent, says :— I have taken the Coltsfoot for severe Colds and .Hoarseness, and have found it to be undoubtedly of very great benefit." o From the Rev. R. D. ROBERTS, Baptist Minister, Carhuan, Llwynhendy. Dear Sir,—I caught a very severe Cold, and was in consequence for a length of time in a most undesirable and painful condition. I then obtained a bottle of Coltsfoot, which soon restored me to my usual health. From my experience of it, I heartily recommend it to the notice of my fellow-countrymen.—Yours truly, Mr. Morgan W. James. Rev. R. D. ROBERTS. COLTSFOOT, THE GREAT CHEST HEALER AND PROTECTOR, Is a compound liquid extract made from the active medicinal principles of the Coltsfoot Plant, in combination with other highlv recognised remedies. ITS SUCCESS IS REMARKABLE. FULL OF HEALING VIRTUES. A speedy and certain cure for Coughs, Colds, Influenza, Hoarseness, Bronchitis, Asthma, Spitting of Blood, and old-standing Chest Afiections, commonly called Consumption. Put up in Bottles, Is. l £ d., 2s. 9d., and 4s. 61. each. Ask lor Coltsfoot, and see that you get it. Sold 6y all Chemists everywhere, or Post Free. Great sunny by purciinaiuy larger sizes. Prepared only by MORGAN W. JAMES, Manufacturing Chemist, 0 Llanelly, South Wales. [351 Awarded First Prize Medals. ADELAIDE JUBILEE EXHIBITION, 1887, AND SYDNEY CENTENARY EXHIBITION, 1888. TO PICTURE FRAME MAKERS & DECORATORS. CHEAPEST HOUSE in London for ENGLISH AND FOREIGN PICTURE FRAME & ROOM MOULDINGS. All the Newest Designs. Two million feet always in stock. Veneered and Fancy Mouldings, &c. Picture Frames of eTery description, Oleographs, &c. Further reduction in prices. Wholesale Carver and Gilder. Every requisite for the Trade and Exportation. Special attention to country orders. Full particulars in Pattern Books and Catalogue (86 pages 4to. demy, revised for 1891). H. MORELL, 17 St 18, Great St. Andrew Street, Bloomsbury, London. Mook Lists and prices of Glass monthly free on application. Please note the Address. 17 And 18. J G. H. BURXETT, FAMILY BUTCHER, Of Barry-road. Cadoxton, has opened a BRANCH BUSINESS at. 57, HIGH-STREET. BARRY, with none but prime English Beef, Wether Mutton, Veal, Lamb, and dairy-fed Pork. FAMILIES WAITED lJPOX DAILY. f329 MR. A. A. WESTON, AUCTIONEER, VALUER, & ESTATE AGENT 2, HOLTON ROAD, BARRY DOCK. N.B.—HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE and TRADES- MEN'S STOCKS Sold at the above Rooms Weekly on Commission. Goods intended for Friday's Sale should be sent in not later than Wednesday each week. f 42. FLOKILIJTE !— FOB TEE TESTH AND BBEATH.—A few drops of the liquid "Floriline" sprinkled on a wet tooth-brush produces a pleasant lather, which thoroughly cleanses the teeth from all parasites or impurities, hardens the gums, prevents tartar, stops decay, gives to the teeth a peculiar pearly-whiteness, and a delightful fragrance to the breath. It removes all unpleasant odour arising from decayed teeth or tobaccosmoke. "The "Fragrant Floriline," being com- posed in part of Honey and sweet herbs, is delicious to the taste, and the greatest toilet discovery of the age. Price 2s. 6d., of all Chemists and Perfumers. Whole- sale depot, 33, Farringdon Road, London. C?TTTVT OFFICE DUIi (FIRE)- FOUNDED 1710. Sum insured in 1891 £ 373,700,000. For further information apply to the following Agents :— Cadoxton Mr. B. G. DAVIES. 15] „ Mr. DAVID JOXEB. TnnoAT AFFECTIONS AND HOARSENESS.—All suf- fering from irritation of the throat and hoarseness will be agreeably surprised at the almost immediate relief afforded by the UBe of "Brown's Bronchial Troches." These famous "lozenges" are now sold by most respectable chemists in this country at Is. I'd. per box. People troubled with a "hacking cough," a slight cold," or bronchial affections, cannot try them too soon, as similar troubles, if allowed to pro- gress, result in serious Pulmonary and Asthmatic affec- tions. See that the words "Brown'a Bronchial Troches are on the Government Stamp around each box.—Prepared by JOHN I. Br.owx & SONS, Boston, U.S. European depot, 33, Farringdon Road, London. To the Overseers of the Poor of the Parish of Sully, in the County of Glamorgan, and to the Superintendent of Police far the Division of Dinas Powis, in the said County. T OSWARD BRUCE CUVILJE. now residing at A} f>2, Berkeley-street, London, in the County of Middlesex, and carrying on business in London and Cardiff, Chartered Accountant, being interested as owner in certain premises in course of construc- tion for the purpose of being used as a houye for the SALE of INTOXICATING LIQUORS to be be consumed either on or off the house and premises, and being situated at the cormer of Plymouth-road and Hewell road. Barry Island, in the said Parish of Sully, do HEREBY GIVE YOU NOTICE that it is my intention to apply at the adjourned General Annual Licensing Meeting to be holden at the Police Station, Penarth, in the said County, on the 26th day of September, 1892, to the Licensing Justices for an Order sanctioning the provisional removal of the license now in force, and held by one John Dunscombe for the SALE BY RETAIL OF ALL INTOXICATING LIQUORS to be consumed either on or off the premises at certain -premises, situated at Barry Island, afore- said, in the said Parish of Sully, and known by the name of the MARINE HOTEL." from the said premises to the above-named premises in course of construction, and forming the site of the said premises hereinbefore described, and of which premises I am the owner, and of which said License when removed I desire to be the holder. Given under my hand this 30th day of August, 1892. H:í] O. B. CUVILJE. Barry Congregational Church. SUNDAY NEXT, SEPTEMBER 4th. 1892, REV. J. H. SIOWELL, 11.A., Will preach Morning and Evening, at 11 a.m. and 6.30 p.m. Subject for Morning :— "PROPHET, PRIEST, & KIKG." Subject for Evening :— A >!A KINGDOM OF PRIESTS." All Seats free. Hymn Books provided. I BRISTOL CHANNEL PASSENGER SERVICE (LIMITED). DAILY SERVICE between CARDIFF and WESTOX by the Saloon Steamer LADY MARGARET. LEAVE CARDIFF. I LEAVE WESTON. FRI., Sept. 2. 10.30 a.m., FRI., Sept. 2.—11.50 a.m., 2.0, 1.0, 3.15, p.m. 5.0 p.m. SAT., Sept. 3.—7.0 a.m., 12.40, SAT., Spj.t. 3. — 11.30 a.m.. 3.0_, 5.15 p.m. 1.50; 4.0. 6.45 p.m. HON., Sept. 5. — 8.20 a.m., MON., Sept. 5. — 2.0, 3.15, 2, 3.15, 4.20, 6.30 p.m. 5.25, 7.0, 7.30 p.m. TUES., Sept. 6 .— 7.40 a.m., TUES., Sept. 6. S.45 a.m., 3.20, 5.30 p.m. 4.20, 7.0 p.m. WED., Sept. 7. -8.10,9.20 a.m., WEI)., Sept. 7. -9.10 a.m., 4.0. 6.20 p.m. 5.10, 7.30 p.m. THURS., Sept. 8.-9.5 a.m., THUItS., Sept. 8,-10.0 a.m., 5.15, 7.20 p.m. I 6.15, 8.25 p.m. FRI., Sept. 9.—8.15, 10.30 a.m., FRI., Sept. b.—9.20 a.m., 5.0, 6.0 p.m. 1 7.15 p.m. I For full particulars see Bills. EDWARD ROBERTSON & CO, Agents, 105, Bute Docks, Cardiff. THE CADOXTON AND BARRY BILL-POSTING & ADVERTISING CO., LTD- tl OFFICES: 12, VERE ST., CADOXTON. HAVE the Largest and Best Bill posting -i-JL Stations in the District; Large Hoardings near the Cadoxton, Barry Dock, and Barry Rail- way Stations. ESTIMATES GIVEN FOR DISPLAYING POSTERS. All work carefully attended to. Communications to be addressed to the Secretary. [866 EYESIGHT. SPECTACLES ADAPTED TO SUIT ALL CASES OF DEFECTIVE VISION, AND FRAMES FITTED TO EVERY SHAPE OF FACE By an Optician of 25 Years Experience. SIGHT TESTED FREE. Special attention is invited to J. R. WOOD'S Celebrated PERISCOPIC PEBBLE SPECTACLES and FOLDERS. 1,000 TESTIMONIALS Reeceived during the last Three Years. J. R. WOOD, OPTICIAN, 4, Castle Arcade, High-Street, z7, 201] CARDIFF. THE SCHOLASTIC TRADING CO., LTD., 7, ST. JOHN'S SQUARE, CARDIFF. SCHOOL BOOKS. SCHOOL MATERIALS. JgOOKSELLERS AND STATIONERS. NEW MAP OF GLAMORGAN, 6 FEET BY 4 FEET 6 INCHES, Fully Coloured for School or Office use. JUST PUBLISHED. [200 w. E. y AUGHAN AND CO., STEAM-POWER DYERS, FRENCH CLEANERS, &c., LLANDAFF-ROAD, CARDIFF. BRANCH ESTABLISHMENTS :— 2. QUEEN-STREET, | 248. BUTE-STREET. OAK1J-ll, b ■ 60, WINDSOR-ROAD, PENARTH. 53, COMMERCIAL-STREET. NEWPORT. 83, HIGH-STREET, MERTHYR. 27, CASTLE-STREET, SWANSEA. Parcels Received and Forwarded Regularly to the Dye-works by District Agents :— Parcels amounting to five shillings sent direct to works will be returned carriage paid one way. Trade books and price lists sent free on application. W. E. V AUGHAN AND CO. ARE CELEBRATED FOR CLOTHES AND DRESS CLEANING by FRENCH PROCESS, producing permanent colours, a superior finish, moderate charges, and promptness of dispatch. [227 MISCELLANEOUS. 46TTARD WATER" TOILET SOAP.—A per- JL-L fected Corrective of hard water, expressly manufactured for delicate skins. Highly recom- mended by medical men. Proprietor, W. R. HOPKINS, 100, High Street Barry. ° [351 USE ONLY FOTHERGILL'S TOBACCO AND CIG-ARS. 4, STUART HALL HAYES, CARDIFF. [11 PRINTING of all kinds, LETTERPRESS and LITHOGRAPHIC, done promptly at the USTAE" OFFICE, VEEK-STREET, CADOXTON.—The Parcels Post affording great facilities for cheap and rapid transmission of parcels, the Management will henceforth avail themselves of it to forward small parcels of circulars, &c., to their many country custom- ers. Orders executed by return of post when so re- quired parcels of circulars, &c., to their many country custom- ers. Orders executed by return of post when so re- quired
I County of Glamorgan, Eastern Division, Parliamentary Election, 1892. SUMMARY of the Return of the Election Expenses of ALFRED THOMAS, ESQ., M.P., a Candidate at the above Election, received by me on the 20th day of August, 1892 :— £ s. d. Moiety of Returning, Officer's Expenses 286 7 G Candidate's personal expenses 10 0 0 Sub-agents, Polling-agents. Clerks, and Messengers 119 15 0 s Printing. Advertising, and Stationery. 261 9 4 Hire of Rooms for Meetings and Com- mittees 57 5 8 Miscellaneous 36 17 0 £771 14 6 WILLIAM JOHNSTON, Election Agent. And I give notice that any person is permitted to inspect the said Return and the accompanying Declarations and Documents on payment of One Shilling at my Office, Mill-street, Pontypridd, at any time during office hours within two years next after the date hereof. Dated this 24th day of August, 1892. WALTER H. MORGAN, 407] Deputy-Returning Officer.
YSTRADYFODW-G SCHOOL BOARD. THIS Board Desire to invite TENDERS for the JL ERECTION of an ADDITIONAL WING to Pentre and Cwmclydach Schoois, and the CON- VERSION of the Existing Premises into TWO DEPARTMENTS. Plans and Specifications may be seen at the Residence of Mr. J. Rees. Architect. Pentre. Tenders must reach me on or before the 10th PROX. The Board do not bind themselves to accept the lowest or any tender. W. G. HOWELL. Clerk to the Board. Ystrad Rhondda. 29th Aug., 1892. [412 YSTfiADITODWG LOCAL BOARD. TO CONTRACTORS AND OTHERS. THE above-named BOARD is nrepared to accept -L TENDERS for the CONSTRUCTION of a ROAD and WOODEN FENCE for TOWN REFUSE DEPOT on the Tynycymmer Estate, Cymrner. Rhondda. Plans and Specifications may be seen, and Forms of Tender obtained at the Surveyor's Office, Local Board Offices. Pentre. Rhondda, to the 14th prox. All Tenders must be delivered under seal at the said Offices, addressed to the Chairman, and en- dorsed "Tender for Road and Refuse Depot," on or before the 15th of SEPTEMBER, 1892. The Board does not bind itself to accept the lowest or any Tender. By Order, J. W. JONES, Surveyor. 26th August, 1892. [413 BARRY, GLAMORGANSHIRE. MR. JOHN YOUNG has received instructions to otter for SALE by PUBLIC AUCTION, on WEDNESDAY. September 7th, 18S2, at the ROYAL HOTEL, Cardiff, at 3 p.m., subject to such conditions as shall then and there be produced, the following Yaluable Leasehold Properties, VIZ. LOT I.-All those two commanding shops, dwelling houses, stables, and premises situate and being Nos. 13 and 14, Barry Dock-road, Barry, held under two several indentures of lease for 99 years, each from 26th November, 1834. at respective annual ground rents of 110 17s. and flO 15s. Each shop has a frontage of 22ft., and depth of about 110ft., and contains large- shop (depth 33ft.), private entrance, parlour, kitchen, back kitci en, scullery, 6 bedrooms, bathroom, W.C., &c., a very commo tious cellar, and a 2-stall stable, coach house, and loft. Let on lease to excellent ten- nants. No. 13 being let for 10 years from 24th June, 1892, at the following rents, viz., for the first three years, f70 per annum for the next 4 years, £ 75 per annum; and for the remaining 3 years, i30 per annum. No. 14 is let for 14 years from 25th March, 1891, at the following rents, viz., for the first 4 years, £ 68 5s. per annum for the next 5 years, £ 73 10s. per annttm and for the remaining 5 years, C78 15s. per annum. LOT 2.—All those two similar adjoining shops, dwelling houses, stables, ifcc., situate and being Nos. 11 and 12, Barry Dock-road. Lease 99 years, from 26th November, 1884, Ground Rents of fl0 lIs. and £ 10 13s. respectively. No 12 is let for 9 years, from 24th June, 1892, at the following rents :— £ 55 per annum for the tirst 3 years, £ 60 per annum for the next 2 years, £ 65 per annum for the next 2 years, and 170 per annum for the remaining 2 years. No. 11 is at present unoccupied. For further particulars, apply to the Auctioneer, at his Office. Barry Dock Chambers, Barry Dock, or to Messrs. Hill and Sons, Solicitors, Cardiff. Auctioneer's Office, Barry Dock Chambers, and 7, Tredegar-Place, Newport, Mon., August 30th, 1892. [414 LLANTILLIO HOUSE, WHITCHURCH, NEAR CARDIFF. WITH GARDENS AND GROUNDS. MESSRS. STEPENSOX AND ALEXANDER are instructed by D. Edmunds, Esq., to SELL by AUCTION at the PARK HOTEL. Cardiff, on TUESDAY, the 20th September, 1892, at 7 p.m., the foregoing Leasehold Detached Evidence, situate within three minutes' wan: of Llandatf Station on the Taft Vale Railway, and 3h miles out of the town of Cardiff. The premises are substantially constructed, having been built for the the present owner's own occupation. The gardens and grounds are well planted and arranged, and the house affords every accommodation necessary for the comforts and convenience of a moderate family. The property is held for a term of 99 years from 29th September, 1884, at an annual ground rent of £ 10. For further particulars and orders to view, apply to the Auctioneers, 5, High-street, Cardiff, or to Mr. Edmunds, the owner, on the premises. [410 SALE OF VALUABLE FREEHOLD LAND, RESIDENCE, COTTAGE, A OUTBUILDINGS, KNOWN AS TY-MAWR, LLANBETHERY. IN THE PARISH OF LLANCARVAN, GLAMORGANSHIRE. lyTESSRS. STEPHENSON and ALEXANDER -I. are instructed by Mr. John Samuel to SELL by AUCTION, at the BARRY HOTEL, Barry, on THURSDAY, the 22nd September, 1892, at 4 o'clock in the afternoon, the foregoing Valuable Freehold Properties, in the following Lots, viz.:— LOT I.-A DWELLING HOUSE, with walled garden, orchard, stable, coachhouse, and other out- buildings, together with a Gardener's Cottage and two convenient Pasture Fields, the whole containing 6a. 2r. 32p. or thereabouts. The dwelling-house con- tains dining, drawing, and breakfast-rooms, with good outer offices and seven bedrooms. The cottage has four rooms, with garden, and the premises are well supplied with good water. LOT 2.-Capital PASTURE FIELD, numbered 502 on the Ordnance plan for the parish of Llancarvan, and containing It. lr. 14p. or thereabouts, now let to Mr. Thomas Thomas, up to 2nd February next, at a rental of £7 per annum. LOT 3.-A PASTURE FIELD, numbered 500 on the Ordnance Plan for the parish of Llancarvan, and containing la. 3r. 14p. or thereabouts, and now let to Mr. R. Eva.ns at a rental of £ 7 Os. Od. per annum. LOT 4.—EIGHT PIECES of LAND, situate on the Moors at Llanbethery. numbered respectively on the Tithe Map 1,183, 1,165, 1,136, 1.142, 1,148, 1.155, 1.325, and a piece known as the Goose's Wing, contain- ing altogether 4a. 3r. 30p. or thereabouts. Also a piece of Arable Lnnd, containing about 2r. 16p., in a field known as the Marl Pit. The whole is let up to the 2nd February next to different tenants for £ 11 6s. 6d. This lot may be divided at time of sale. The village of Llanbethery immediately adjoins the Cowbridge and Aberthaw Railway, and the premises for sale are within five minutes' walk of the proposed platform to be erect"d on that railway. The neigh- bourhood is an exceedingly healthy one, and with the opening of this railway, direct railway communication will be opened up with all the principal business centres in the county. Lots 2 and 3 are admirably adapted for building sites. Further particulars and orders to view may be ob- tained upon application to the Auctioneers, 5, High- street, Cardiff. [409 RHOOSE AND FONTIGARY, IN THE PARISH OF PSNMARK. FREEHOLD BUILDING SITES on the sea coast and near to the proposed Vale of Glamorgan Rail- way. MESSRS. STEPHENSON AND ALEXANDER 1.1 will SELL by AUCTION, at the Barry Hotel, Barry, on THURSDAY, the 22nd September, 1892. at 4 p.m., in Two Lots, a Valuable Freehold Pasture Field, Numbered 432 on the Odmmce Survey of the Parish of Pennnrk, and containing 4a. Or. 32p., or there- abouts, and situate near to the favourite seaside resort, Fontigary. The foregoing lots command very fine land and channel views, are well suited for building purposes, and are within a very short distance of the Rhoose Station, on the proposed Vale of Glamorgan Railway. For further particulars apply to the Auctioneers, 5, High-street, Cardiff. [411 ALSOP, BEOADIEAD, BRISTOL. ..¿ t:.C> >c r:I'.2 t: sea I œ c: 3 i:+:> 2 23 cp Q -J :c 0:> 0':> po. 41: '!ae-s='- Barry Agent: Irs. 0. (keen, Beer Dealer. AI;ESV. TO IN 44 GALLON CASKS FROM 10D. PER GALLON PORTER AND STOUT FROM Is. PER GALLON. CARDIFF STORES: 9. WORKING-STKEET NEWPORT STOKES: COMMERCIAL BmLDINGS. CHEPSTOW STORES: BEAUFORT-SQUARE Cadoxton Agents: South Wales Provision Stores. JACOBUS, ^JELEBRATED J^ONDON rjUILOR, nt), ST. MARY STREET, 96, t I I QAEDIFF. [156 THE EMPIRE I PALACE OF VARIETIES, CAEDIEE. Two Complete Performances Nightly. Early one 7 o'clock to 9, late one 9 o'clock to 11. ALL ARTISTES APPEAR AT EACH PERFORMANCE. OSWALD STOLL.[158! WE '4 TAKE THE CAKE" FOR FASHION & VALUE. 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