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TRADE ADDRESSES. NOTICE' ACCURATE TIME FOR LITTLJK MONEY. Froiiil0s^6dto75s. ..J "i' f t m T% T% Vy jr-r WATER MP IATGHES. These World-famed Watches are now made in Nickel, Silver, and Gold filled Cases, are Jewelled, Dust-proof, and are without doubt the best value ever offered. REPAIRS MODERATELY AND PBOMPTLY EXECUTED. Watches sent Post Free on receipt of Postal Order A. MONTGOMERY, THE WATERBURY WATCH DEPOT, 144, Royal Arcade, CARDIFF. Important Notice. G. OLIVER, TP GREAT BOOT SALESMAN, Be^s to Inform his numerous Customers and the ° Public generally that he has REMOVED fromVERE-STREET, CADOXTOff TO 99, HOLTON-ROAD, BARRY DOCK, Where Business is being carried on under same Management. Our Customers will here find the Largest and Best-selected Stock of BOOTS & SHOES IN THE NEIGHBOURHOOD. All Goods marked in Plain Figures, and our Prices here are the same as at our Cardiff Branches. So you can make your Purchases here and Have your Train Fare. MRS. LUCAS, 46, LOMBARD STREET, BARRY DOCK. ladies' Sick Nurse, THOROUGHLY EXPERIENCED. I MADE' TO MEASURE JJff I ||ff jij 11 DEPARTMENT. Our New Patterns for the 1 Spring Trade arc now We Solicit your OHDERS. j lufWfs Fit and Quality Guaranteed at Reasonable Prices. If WJ &. SAMETT. 1 TAILOR AND CLOTHIEE IFS "N P|^ *1 WELSH FLANNEL mi ^IF AND BLANKET Hi MANUFACTURER, wWJ R'j J BARRY ROAD, CADOXTON > £ j IpU MARKET BUILDINGS, 7 W BARRY, DINAS POWIS, .i W V YAUGHAN AWD CO' STEAM-POWER DYERS, FRENCH CLEANERS, &c.. LLANDAFF-ROAD, CARDIFF. BRANCH ESTABLISHMENTS 2, QUEEN-STREET, [ CARDIFF. OAK TiUTE-S 1REET, j FIO WINDSOR-ROAD, PENARTH. S' COMMERCIAL-STREET, NEWPORT, OC,' wjCrH-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. ~G^( -Y AUG II AN AND CO. Xv PELEBIIATED FOR CLOTHES AND DRESS W™NG by FKBNCH PROCESS, produc.nff Sent colLrs, » superior finish, moderate t.j n>es; a»d prompt* of dispatch. JU TRADE ADDRESSES." APOILE Jotham & Sons. j 26 & 27, ST. MARY STREET,"1' CARDIFF. ->;■ JOTHAM & SONS. Spring and Slimmer Clothing.. JOTHAM & SONS. JOTHAM & SONS. The largest Stock JOTHAM & SONS. JOTHAM & SONS. And best value ever JOTHAM & SONS.- JOTHAM & SONS. Produced. JOTHAM & SONS. JOTHAM & SONS. Separate Rooms on Ground Floor JOTHAM & SONS, JOTHAM & SONS. Tor Juvenile Department. JOTHAM & SONS. ? JOTHAM & SONS. Over 14,000, fourteen thousand square feet of JOTHAM & SONS. Show Rooms. ="==-==,c,cc:=-=.,c,.c:=-=c:;=_c:=;=-=-,c,, ",I Woollen Merchants, fates, Hosiers, and General Outfitters, 26 & 27, ST. MART STREET, CARDIFF. f: >. i;w Established 1838 (53 years.) ♦. CULLEV8 BARRY DOCK HOTEL, > OPPOSITE RAILWAY STATION AND DOCK OFFICES -<v v -• SPACIOUS COFFEE-ROOM. PUBLIC RESTAURANT. — 1 /I SMOKING AND BILLIARD ROOMS. « FAMILY WINE AND SPIRIT STORES, ADJOINING- THE HOTEL. j j < m V CARDIFF ESTABLISHMENTS: » i THE EXCHANGE RESTAURANT, .J THE PHILHARMONIC RESTAURANT, ST. MARY STREET. '■-»'>.< "i rrr C..1 v y ? ,i V f /I i C II L L E T & Co., WINE MERCHANTS, THE .EXCHANGE, CARDIFF. ;I; [141 Arm m a I. T. DANDO AND SONS, Plumbers, Painters, Glaziers, and General Decorators, ELECTRIC BELL FITTERS, VERE-ST., CADOXTON. Flush. Cisterns I THE 5AMOm SELF-OLE^SISG 01 IHIi (High 01-Low Pressure) REST MAKE WATER FILTER ^nva^ua^e ^or Household Use, ixcLUDisra- Schools, Hospitals, Dispensaries, Asylums, Mineral Water Works The II YORTEX," 1 'FGLIJT Hotels, Laundries, Bakeries, 4; Steam or Hot Water Generators, and all Public Institutions. Cis cer^s^are^ all the latest Improvements. i————— as above. Cooking Ranges, Gas Heating Apparatus, and Green-Iiounes Fitted Up by j Experienced Hands. GAS FITTINGS IN ALL ITS BRANCHES. Electric Appliances for Banks. Hotels, Offices, and Private Houses, Fitted Up mill the Latest Inventions, and by Experienced Workmen, at the Cheapest Rates. iNDiGESTION IS THK. BANK OF LIFE, AND CAUSES MANY mKOHDKKS. OAH.L'8 0Y8PEP3IA CAKES ARE THE NATURAL REMEDY. Absolutely Irao-Ivom all Dmsja; ti-iey-aot as Ii peulle lasalivo. and kecj) t;lC o < < .ilc::t;,thy co:rliU;Hl. x'roor-rihfd by many lcfuiiua i>)n'ftc.'i«ns. Used i y the Empress Eugenie, -in-. f' ft, of a)! Chomists, 41, THE "OLDEST ESTABLISHED AGENCY? THE TURF. I'i.io Fn\ Market Prices qnaranteed cn all Events by r/R. ALFRED CROOK, O S T IE M D V. CROOK'S PRICE RECORD published twice daily, "Wl Latest Market; Rlteratious forwardc'4 oa receipt of-address, DOUBLE EVENTS. /STARTING PRICES, j "You will lie quite safe in the bauds of Mr. Crook."—Hell's Life in London, 38-it-i. '• Adaress -A,LFRFJ> CItOOK, QSTEy.DE. C. A. WILLIAMS, | Chronometer Diaker to the Admirality. i VIENNA REGULATORS (Imported Direct), and BRACKET CLOCKS from 35s. to :C3 10s. WATERBURY AND OTHER WATCHES from 10s. 6d. to 75s. OPTICIAN AND STATIONER, :&c. DOCK VIEW ROAD, | (Opposite the Post Office), BARRY DOCK. DO 7/ou 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 Furniture? — See that y«Ui- Advertisements are inserted in the South Wales Slav.. TRADE ADDRESSES. ADELI1TA Pianofortes. .q if) clt- C\S Ü oo cn 0 'rl o CD Q) tf1 (1 PJ 00 [j) t"l.; Edward B. BRADER, 5, Church Street, Cardiff.! FOU aOOD All) GHEAP PIAIOS AID OTMJAIS. ¡ I' Specialite 22 Guinea Piano. ^Tnning and Repairs of all Instruments carefully •T undertaken. $ CL ESTABLISHED 1840. 171 MI—I IV'llsSE THOMPSON'S PILLS will absolule'.y prevent 11 Consumption it taken early and eontinued with imti the oaBstitution is tliorougly re~coi-e<.l. Thousands of young: die annually by lieglecfelnpr this simple, yet the most remawiblc, of medicines. Tlie blood becomes impaired, hence decayaf the lunsrs and other organs naturally follow. IVTUttSE THOMPSON'S PILLS are specially 'snttol for all il wiles, regardless of age. The taking of those medicines advertised for the cure of disorders of both sexes have produced the most alarming results therefore, NXJ11SE THOMPSON'S PILLS should be every lady's medieinefor all purposes. Note;from a correspondent I must tl'.anlc you, and con gi'atuljjfc.e i:iy daughter, ag«l 25, upon a marvellous improve- ment til" bodily health and personal appearauce. Five months ago her, condition was such as to excite not only pity, but alarm,.amongst those interested in her welfare. IVe gave y-ta-ie Wjontpson't Pills a fair trial, and, from a girl of feeble strength and sickly complexion, she has developed into a rosy- faced wen-developed young woman." The is an extract of thousands of similar letters re- ceived by us. TRY'THEM for Head-Ache, Pains in the Back or Limbs, Faintnsss, Sickness, Giddiness, Languor, Constipation, Flush- ings of I[c!tt, Palpitation, Indigestion, Change of Life, Swolleti Limbs, sad all other IRRBGIXL ARITIKS. [556 'It THOROITGHGOOD'S I XL I ALL J; EMBROCATION GIV^S IMMEDIATE RELIEF FOR ALL .?" rjjHUHTNESS OF THE CHEST, COUGHS, ClfeST COLDS, BEONCHITIS, ^.SORE THROAT. ASTHMA, STIFF KECK, Y RHEUMATISM, I LUMBAGO, CRAMP, &c. To IK h&a of-all "Chemists ;I,n.d Drng'gisis or Post Frte'oAVeceipb of P.O.O., ls. 11d. and 2s. 9d. .;¡ .rf ——" ix' PREPARED ONLY BY T f IC 1^3 L G H. G O OI) AND CO., 275. HIGH HOLBOEN, LONDON, W.C. I; PRIN^EFG of all kinds, LETTERPRESS and LT/RAOGRAPHIC, done promptly at the "STAR" JC^PFICK, VERE-STREET, CADOXXON.—The Parcels Post affording great facilities for cheap and rapid tralsdhission 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 r"f\llind. ,.r. TRADE ADDRESSES. WE HA YE XOTT BEEX Before the Public for nearly a quarter of a century, and notwithstanding the severe and keen competition in our trade, we are still to the front, and the demand for our Goods is increasing daily. u WHY IS THIS ? Because our Goods have stood the Test, and are found to be what we advertise them to be—viz., Best and Cheapest." We are now prepared with a SPLENDID NEW STOCK CLOTHING FOR OF SPRING- WEAR For Gentlemen, Youths, and Boys. IN OUR I BESPOKE DEPARTMENT "W e hold a Choice Selection of Beautiful Cloths of every kind, and such as will satisfy the most fastidious person. These Cloths cut and made up in good style and finish which we turn out our Goods cannot but give complete satisfaction to those friends who will favour us with orders for their requirements for Spring Wear. Masters & Company, The Leading Clothiers in South Wales and the West of England, 29 and 30, St. Mary Street. ) 292, Bute-street, V CARDIFF. 1, St. John's Square, j [4S5 (Corner of Queen-street) CARDIFF. CARDIFF. REGISTERED TRADE MAftK. t ■ JOHN.JAMES & CO, ARE NOW SHOWING THE -?' j ..i- "i! 8 T* a a a t a S § s s E Latest Novelties FOR SUMMER WEAR IN ALL DEPARTMENTS. n- The LarsresL and Choicest Assortment of EEEIOH AID ENGLISH MILLINERY Out of London. The Latest Models ill lan ties, Jackets, Capes, Blonses, &c. We Challenge the Trade in this Department for Value, Fit. Style, and Workmanship. Irish. Hand-lade Underclothing*. Special Hangs of Irish Har.d-nla.de Underclothing in Ladies. Misses, and Children's—all sizea- Special Value in our Talerkut Corsets 6/11, 7/11, 8/11 per Pair. Pull Range of the New Long-waisted Corsets 2/ofd.. 2/llfd., 3/5-i?d., 3/llJd.. 4'llfd. Onr Popular Fancy Dress Department. A Grand Range of the Newest Fabrics. Patterns sent on Application. Household Linen-s and Plain Drapery at Manufacturers' List Prices. Special Line, New Patters, Flannelettes at 2$d. and 3|?d. per yard. Prints, Sattens, Delaines, &c. Special Value, New Patterns. Dressmaking on the Premises under Competent Hands, Charges strictly in accordance with a Iligh-class Ready Money Trade. JOHN JAMES & CO., "28) 29, and 30, High-street, and 30, 32 and 34, Castle Arcade CARDIFF. RENOWNED FOR FASHIONABLE GOODS. THE BEST ARTICLE AT THE LOWEST PRICE. 287 rpONTINE SUEASCE. TH Egrcat obstacle to the universal adoption of Life Assurance amongst salaried officials is the fact that in most offices premiums remain payable during the whole period of life, long after the productive years have passed, thus becoming a serious burden, whilst, at the same time, the surrender value are so entirely disproportionate to the amount paid as premium that payment can only be discontinued at very serious loss, j For instance, persons who are entitled to retire with pensions from their employment constantly find them- selves obliged to remain at their posts, being otherwise unable to provide from their lessened income the necessary sum for the maintenance of their whole life policies. These obstacles are overcome by the Tontine Policies issued at ordinary life rates by the EQUITABLE LIFE ASSURANCE SOCIETY OF THE UNITED STATES. The Society's Policies, with- Twcnty Year Tontine Periods now maturing, show (after furnishing protec- tioa for twenty years) a return in every case of more than the total amount pa-id in premiums. All Twenty Year Endowments show a return of the premium paid, with interest at rates between 6 and 7 per cent. per annusn. SEND FOR PROSPECTUS TO EQUITABLE LIFE ASSURANCE SOCIETY OF THE UNITED STATES, BANK-BUILDINGS, ST. MARY-STREET, CARDIFF ["174 YvM. TRIGGS, Ma;sA(.k. LEWIS'S RECTOEAL BALSAM did me a wonder- full amount of good. It relieved my cough instantly —Is. ij/d per bottle. CHLORO-L1NSEED Cough Lozenges, post free 7d. ''O;c