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TRADE ADDRESSES. Bassett Arms Hotel, (FAMILY AND COMMERCIAL), HOLTON-ROAD, BARRY DOCK, (MIDWAY BETWEEN BARRY DOCK AXD CADOXTON RAILWAY STATIONS.) WELL AIRED BEDS. EXCELLENT ACCOMMODATION. BILLIARDS. GOOD STALBING. THOMAS HOPKIN, PROPRIETOR, To T ADIES.—rMPORTANT. TRY H USS p^TBNT J^1 ^MOND J^INEX -p^NAMEL, FOR GLAZING, PRESERVING, AND BEAUTIFYING SHIRTS, COLLARS, CUFFS, &c., Equal to New, without the use of Glazing Irons and tHard Labour. The process is simplicity itself. The Linen is Starched and Ironed in the usual manner, and when cool, the Enamel- which is in a liquid form—is lightly rubbed over the ironed surface (using a clean rag) and dried by again passing the iWBF smoothing iron over it. The result is a BRIGHT GLAZE, a k Shining Face "—EXACTLY resembling that which is seen ONLY ON BRAND NRW LINEN. NHMB^ In brief, the perfection of appearance is thus easilyiattained with the aid of the PATENT LINEN ENAMEL. jM HUNDREDS OF UNSOLICITED TESTIMONIALS. "^|H*j§|j^j§^ Sold by Grocers and Chemists in 6d. and Is. bottles, and to large consumers in £ and 1 gallon tins, at Is. 9d., 2s. 6d., and /■ ■' Q JJ JJUSS, gUTE y^OCKS, QARDIFF, SOLE PROPRIETOR. Covered by Royal Letters Patent in Great Britain, France, V and Aineriga. A ^^W^Agcnt for Penarth'Dock and Dfltrict'l-^Mr. G. W. RayneS; 5* Opposite Penarth Dock Station. «kv- ft ./IJ-f> ,.ç-. EDWARD REES AUCTIONEER, ACCOUNTANT, AND AUDITOR. (ESTABLISHED 1877). MORTGAGE & FINANCE BROKER, HOUSE, ixAND & ESTATE AGENT. GENERAL BUSINESS TRANSFER BROKER AND VALUER. Agent for all the best Insurance Otlices-Fire, Life, General Accident, Plate Glass, Employers' Liability, Boiler, Engine, and Steam Power, Farming Stocks, Cattle and Horses, and Guarantee Fidelity Offices. VALUATIONS FOR PROBATE, &c., &c., &c., Over 20 Years Experience in the Management of Large and Small Estates. 6, TRAVIS-STREET, THOMPSON- STREET, BARRY DOCK, AND 45, VERE-STREET, CADOXTON. Barry Dock, Barry, Cadoxton and District Pro- perties Let and Sold. Rents Collected and Pro- perty Managed. Personal attention given. Prompt Settlements. Highest References given. Several Splendid Shops and Premises, suitable for any business, to be Let and for Sale, in best positions in either district; also Villas and Cot- tages. N.B.- Parties desirous of Letting or Selling their Business Premises, Villas or Cottages, or wishing to dispose of their business either by auc- tion or as going concerns, should send particulars to E. Rees, at 6, Travis-street, Thompson-street, Barry Dock. ROYAL HOTEL, CORNER OF BARRY-ROAD AND MAIN-STREET CADOXTON-JUXTA-BARRY. FAMILY AND! COMMERCIAL HOTEL. CENTRAL, AND PLEASANTLY SITUATED. GOOD STABLING. FRED C. WILLIAMS 114] PROPRIETOR. T..J. RADCLIFFE, FRUITERER & FLORIST, ROLTON ROAI), BARRY DOCK. BEGS to inform the Inhabitants of Barry and surrounding District that he is now able to Supply Wreaths, Crosses, Buttonholes and Plants, At the Shortest Notice and Lowest Possible Prices. NOTE THE ADDRESS— 61, HOLTON-ROAD, Also at THOMPSON -STREET, BARRY DOCK. DAVIES & HELYAR, AUCTIONEERS, ACCOUNTANTS, AUDITORS, HOUSE AND ESTATE AGENTS, AUCTION MART, 137, HOLTON ROAD, BARRY DOCK. Tradesmen's Books checked and balanced. The Accounts of Limited Companies examined and audited. Rents and Debts collected. Insurances of all kinds effected. Charges moderate. Security given if required. Hosiery, Wool, & Fancy Store. H. N. BESFORD, 114, HOLTON-ROAD, BARRY DOCK, BEGS to announce to the Inhabitants of the District she has a large varietj of HOSIERY, KNITTING, and FANCY WOOLS. NEEDLE- WORK, &c. Cerds and Materials kept for Crochet Work in Coloured Threads and Moulds. Knitting Wools from lid. per oz. Berlin Wools, 1 2 2 1 d. per oz. Plain Colours. 2id. per oz. 4 2 R. J JJEATH AND gONS, CARDIFF, DONTYPRIDD, AND T ONDON, piANOFORTE AND Q RGAN M BRCHANTS. (FROM SOUTH WALES DAILY NEWS, 9TH JANUARY, 1894.) "VERDICT OF NINE HUNDRED."—Under this title Messrs R. J. Heath and Sons, Queen-street, Cardiff, pianoforte makers, organ builders, and music warehouse-men, have collected an imposing array of testimonials and Press opinions relating to the quality of the musical instruments supplied by them. The firm is so well known in Cardiff, and, indeed, throughout South Wales and the West of England, that it is hardly necessary here to dwell upon its influence and com- manding position. This collection of testimonials serves, however, to do something more than certify to the excellence of the instruments furnished by Messrs. Heath and Sons. It shows, in a sense, how steady is the growth among the general public of a desire for a knowledge of music, and how increasingly numerous, even in the homes of the working classes, are pianos, organs, and harmoniums. The great majority of the letters in this list relate to pianos, and while many of them have reference to most costly instruments, con- taining all the latest improvements, supplied to the well-to-do, the greater number relate to serviceable instruments purchased for the homes of the wage- earning portion of the community. This growing love for so refining an art as, music is a most favourable sign. For though in the Principality music has for generations been the chief recreation of the people, it has for the most part been choral music in connection with churches and chapels that has occupied attention. Instrumental music is now, however, receiving its fair share of attention, and all those in true symyathy with the art must trust that the movement will go steadily onward. These testimonials have been received from every quarter of the Principality, while not a few come from other portions of the United Kingdom, and some from South America, India, and other distant countries. All speak most favourably of Messrs. Heath's business methods as well as of their instruments. R. J. HEATH AND SOXS INVITE INSPECTION. FULL ILLUSTRATED LISTS AND VERDICT POST FREE. TRADE ADDRESSES. I GRAND WINDOW FCLSPLAY OF JOTHAM & SONS' CELEBRATED OVERCOATS. ENORMOUS ATIttACTIONIS I T/^VrriTT A \/l O ClOlVTd' CHgRTERFIELD OVERCOATS undoubtedly V-r JL XXXjL LtJ Q6 U V/LI thflBpst value ever offered to the public of Cardiff. Ma» in the most fashionable styles from fasfc- dy«P Blue Beavers and Meltons. dy Blue Beavers and Meltons. JOTHAM & SONS' OVERCOATS 4FF HAM & SONS' OVERCOATS OVERCOATS are still in great demand, both fashionable and gentlemanly, as well as Qp&fortable and serviceable garments. They T f\nn TT A ~E/1" O O /iyr O? are made in superior Scotch Tweeds, Glenories, d w JL X1JL-L-LTJL OU jjUil >0 and Cheviots, and high-class Home Spuns, in 52 and|y|4 inch lengths, warmly lined with woollen JOTHAM & SONS' OVERCOATS JOTHAM & SONS' OVERCOATS OVERCOATS are made in choice selections of fine milled Beavers, Meltons, Blue Naps, Irish Friezle T 11XX A IV/T JPj- and^Yicunas- They are provided with inflexib, FJ VY JL XllllTl 0& LOstiffening, to preserve the shape of the figure linM, Italian cloth or plaid, best binding in stitched edges. S3" ALL GOODS MARKED INj^LAIN FIGURES. TEi JOTHAM & SONS', the Great Clothing Emporium. JOTHAM & SONS', the Extensive Juvenile Establishment. 26 & 27, ST. MARY-STREET, CARDIFF. "). ESTABLISHED 55 YEARS. CULLEY'S BARRY DOCK HOTEL, OPPOSITE RAILWAY STATION AND DOCK OFFICES P. SPACIOUS COFFEE-ROOM. PUBLIC RESTAURANT. SMOKING AND BILLIARD ROOM FAMILY WINE AND SPIRIT STORES, ADJOINING THE HOTEL. CARDIFF THE EXCHANGE ,1t CARDIFF DOqI\. j: THE PHILHARMONIC RESTAURANT, ST. MARY STESET. R. P. CULLEY & Co., WINE MERCHANTS, THE EXCHANGE, CARDIFF. [141 BARRY: HOTEL, r.t GRANI) COFFEE, LUNCHEON SMOKING AND A LA CARTE BILLIARD ROOMS, r7, SUITES OF FROH 12 TO 2. APARTMENTS. OPPOSITE BARRY RAILWAY STATION. Saddle Horses and Carriages of every Description Supplied. Afldres$-«-BABiRY, and not Barry Dock. J' A' 0AYIES> PE°PRIBT0K' SHIP HOTEL, BARRY, Family and Commercial, Five Minutes Walk from Barry Station and close to Pebble Beach. ø 0 00 0 0 GO > o GOOD SEA VIEW. LAWN TENNIS. Charges Strictly Moderate. Special Terms for Private Apartments for Captainsjand Families. PICNIC PARTIES CATERED- FOR. „ A. M. LEICESTER, Proprietress. TRADE ADDRESSES. 29 and 30, St. Mary Street, 292, Bute-street, 1, St. John's Square, Cardiff. Winter, 1893-1. DEAR SIR, We beg to draw your attention to the Special "V alue we are Offering in MEN'S, YOUTH'S, & BOYS' OVERCOATS, & WINTER CLOTHING, which, for excellence of Material, Style, and Fit, we are sure cannot be surpassed. May we solicit the favour of your esteemed Patronage ? Yours Obediently, IASTEES AND CO., THE CARDIFF CLOTHIERS. Ship Hotel, Penarth. UNDER FN IRELYEW -W,ln, "'OS aild piri of 13' t Qu TD es CAPTAINS. ENGINEERS, AND OFFICERS OF SHIPS WILL FIND EXCELLENT ACCOMMODATION AT THIS HOTEL. DINNERS ARRANGED. PARTIES CATERED FOR. BILLIARDS AND GOOD STABLING. Carriages of all Descriptions on the Shortest Notice. National Telephone, No. 7. JACK JAMES, I ROPKIEPOR. I CARDIFF. CARDIFF. ^REGISTERED TRADE MARK. JOHN JAMES & CO. ARE NOW SHOWING THE LATEST FASHIONS FOR SPRING AND EARLY SUMMER. ■■-fetft i?' ^im LATEST MODELS IN MANTLES AND JACKETS, at a Very Low Pric,, A LARGE VARIETY OF FASHIONABLE MILLINERY (Trimmed and Ful ri T HATS' and BOIsNETS. uaii> OUK«POPULAR DRESS DEPARTMENT :—Special Qualities in ENGLISH jr^pvptr and GERMAN FABRICS. Patterns Cut. J. & R. MORLEY'S HOSIERY. DENT'S GLOVES. RIBBONS, LACES, &c. HEAVY DEPARTMENT -DELAINES, PRINTS, FLANNELETTES, iliU^LTNS FJ 4NNEL«5 SHEETS, HOUSEHOLD LINENS, QUILTS, LONG LACE CURTAINS, Lv. CARPETS, LINOLEUMS, OIL-CLOTHS, RUGS, MATS. &c. A LARGE STOCK of BAMBOO GOODS in CHAIRS, TABLES, STANDS. B*A( 'vETS &c System of Business:- THE BEST ARTICLE AT THE LOWEST PRICE. ANYiGOODS BOUGHT, Not Approved Of, EXCHANGED, or the MONEY IiLTURNED v STRICTLY CASH. NO CREDIT. JOHN JAMES & CO., 28, 29, and 30, High-street, and 30,32, and 34, Castle Arcade, CARDIFF. RBNOWNED FOR FASHIONABLE GOODS.