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TRADE ADDRESSES. NAISH'S SWEETS ARE PURE ESTABLISHED 1854. ALF. E. NAISH, WHOLESALE MANUFACTURING CONFECTIONER, WHOLESALE BRANCHES — 59, Bridge-street; 8, Castle-road; and Oxford-lane, CARDIFF. Travellers call weekly throughout Penarth, Barry, and District with b I Samples of Pure, Wholesome, and Reliable Goods. I ED WARD RE E S, AUCTIONEER, ACCOUNTANT, AND AUDITOR. (ESTABLISHED 1877). MORTGAGE & FINANCE BROKER, HOUSE, uAND & ESTATE AGENT. GENERAL BUSINESS TRANSFER BROKER AND VALUER. Agent for all the best Insurance Offices-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. 138, HOLTON-ROAD, BARRY DOCK, ASD 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 Saie. in best positions in either district; also Villas and Cot- ^fl.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. 1 A FORTUNE. ) Ip the event of a stroke The paymeut of the of good jron^cRB' win 500,000 marks, r V Yotl are invited to participate m the1 > Chances of Winning In the grand drawings of prizes guaranteed by the State of Hair burg in which 10 millions 452,425 marks surely have to be won. In the course of these advantageous draw- ings, which contain according to the prospectus only 110,000 tickets, the following prizes will be forthcoming, viz The highest prize will be ev. o00,C00 Mark?. Premium of 300,000 Marks 1 Prize of 200,000 Marks 1 Prize of 100,000 Marks 2 Prizes of 75,000 Marks 1 Prize of 70,000 Marks 1 Prize of 65,000 Marks 1 Prize of 60,000 Marks 1 Prize of 55,000 Marks 2 Prizes of 50,000 Marks 1 Prize of 40,000 Marks 5 Prizes of 20,000 Marks 3 Prizes of 15,000 Marks 26 Prizes of 10,000 Marks 56 Prizes of 5,000 Marks 106 Prizes ot 3,000 Marks 253 Prizes of 2,000 Marks 6 Prizes of 1,500 Marks 756 Prizes of 1,000 Marks 1237 Prizes of 500 Marks 31 Prizes of 300 Marka 120 Prizes of 200, 150 Marks 33950 Prizes of 148 Marks 18840 Prizes of 127, 100, 94, 67, 40, 20 Marks In all 55,400 prizes, which must be surely won in 7 drawings within the space of a few t months. The highest prize of 1st drawing amounts to M. 50,000, increase in 2nd drawing to M. 55,000, in 3rd M. 60,000, in 4th M. 65,000, in 5th M. 70,000, in 6th Jr. 75,000, in 7th M. 200,000, and together with the Premium of M. 300,000 in the most fortunate case to M. 500,000. For the first prize-drawing which is officially fixed the price is for One whole ticket, six shill.—d. One half ticket, three shill.-d. One quarter ticket, one shill. 6d. and I will forward these original tickets guaranteed by the State (not prohibited pro- missory notes) with prospectus stamped with the Government's seal even to the most distant countries, in return for the amount forwarded prepaid. Every ticket holder will receive from me immediately after the drawing the official winning list without any charge. I shall send also in advance and gratis the prospectus stamped with the Government's seal containing the stakes dnd division of prizes in the 7 drawings. The payment and forwarding of the sums won to those concerned will have my special and prompt attention, and with the most absolute secrecy. All orders can be sent by the medium of a Post Office Order, or per cheque, or in English Postage Stamps, or by Postal Orders. Please address all the orders immediately, the latest however before the 24th of May on account of the approaching drawing of the | prizes in all confidence direct to I SAMUEL HECKSCHER, Senr., I BANKER AT I Hamburg, Germany, CLARENCE TEMPERAICE HOTEL AND DINING ROOMS, 16 AND 17, HOLTON-ROAD, BARRY DOCK. HOT DINNERS DAILY. Accommodation for Visitors. Well-aired Beds, PROPRIETOR-C. F. ROSSER. ——————————————————————————— J) J JJEATH AND SONS, QARDIFF, pONTYPRIDD, AND T ONDON, piANOFORTE AND 0 RGAN M ERCHANTS. l (FROM SOUTH WALES DAILY NE »'5, 9TH JANUARY, 1894.) "VERDICT OF NIXE HUXDKED."—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 I £ ttHK&nent3 purchased for the homes of the wage- WPTg,|illVnnnofifamtaanfttfii %iri$gtogty.love tor BO refining an art as music IS a VJOLT'Taveuraolc 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. t Instrumental music is now, however, receiving its fair share of attention, and all those in true wyroyathy with the art must trust that the movement will go steadily, onward. These testimonials have been received from every qHarter 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. J gEATH AND gONS INVITE INSPECTION. FULL ILLUSTRATED LISTS AND VERDICT POST FREE. DR. H A L L'S mm oisoffiVEiiY, WITHOUT MEDICINE. COME, AND I WILL CURE YOU. Important Notice to the People of Barry and District. Dxi. HALL has Opened Consulting Rooms at 7, Graving Dock St. lig BARRY DOCK. Ox TUESDAYS—10 TILL 1 3 TILL 9. ADVICE FREE. DR. HALL will CURE COSTIVENESS in ONE DAY, or return money in full. DR. HALL will CURE ASTHMA and BRON- CHITIS. James Jenkins, 83, Metal-street, Roath, Cardiff, ill for eight years, at times unable to go to bed, cured in a short time. (Write or see him.) DR. HALL will CURE GRAVEL PAINS in the BACK. Frederick Witcombe, 22, Norah- street, Roath, Cardiff, has been a great sufferer from Kidney Trouble, Gravel Pains in his Back for 12 years. Cured in one week without Medicine. DR. HALL will CURE any kind of FEVER. Henry Criddle, of Monachty Lock, Maindee, near Cardiff, Cured of Rheumatic Fever in two days. Why Suffer ? DK. HALL will CURE PILES. John Hardwood. 100, Cyfarthfa-street, Roath, Cardiff, says he has been a great sufferer from Asthma and Bronchitis, also very bad with Piles. Sluggish Liver, and Indigestion for 12 years, but I am glad I bought it. for it has made me a new man in a verv short time. Oils for Rheumatism and Gout, 2s. 3d., post free. Special Ointment for all kinds of Skin Diseases. Is. 11d. per box. Great Deaf Cure, 2/9. Dr. HALL will CURE any of the FOLLOWING COMPLAINTS :—Lumbago, Rheumatism, Gout, Sciatica, Costiveness, Piles, Sluggish Liver, Kidney Trouble, Gravel, all kinds of Skin Diseases, Sore Lees, Running Wounds, Bronchitis, Asthma, also Consumption. NOTE.—I have cured hundreds of people through correspondence alone. If not able to come, write with stamped envelope for reply. Address all letters to the Head Depot for this Country, 64, CYPAETHFA-STEEET, OFF CASTLE ROAD, ROATH, CARDIFF. The Professor is in attendance at the Head Depot Saturdays and Mondays, 9 till 2, 5 till 9 Wednes days. Thursdays, and Fridays, 5 till 9. NOTE.—No connection with any other address in Cardiff. TKAJL>Jli AUUKUiSSiSS. GREAT SPRING AN) SINNER SHOW 0# Men's, Youths,' & Boys' 'Reliable' Closing AT JOTHAM & SONS', 26 & 27, it MARY STEEET, CABDIFF. JOTHAM & SONS' ESTABLISHMENT is not only the Largest in Cardiff and District, but is the most Extensive for the Outfitting Trade in South Wales or the West of England. OVER 15,000 (Fifteen Thousand) SQUARE FEET OF SHOW ROOMS. SPECIALTIES IN ALL DEPARTMENTS. Immense Stock. Splendid Variety. Best Value. SEPARATE ROOMS FOR THE BESPOKE TAILORING BRANCH. JOTHAM & SONS' JUVENILE DEPARTMENT, replenished with a magnificent Display r, of the Best Manufactured Clothing eyer offered to the Public. JOTHAM & SONS' ARE HATTYS, S0SISR3, AIIB SHIRT MAKERS. OUR ONLY ADDRESS :— JOTHAM & SOliS', 26 & 27, St. lary-street, Cardiff. National Telephone Co.'¡¡ No. 609. ESTABLISHED OVER 55 YEARS. CULLEY'S BARRY DOCK HOTEL, OPPOSITE RAILWAY STATION ANP DOCK OFFICES SPACIOUS COFFEE-ROOM. PUBLIC RESTAURANT. SMOKING AND BILLIARD ROOMS,i FAMILY WINE AN3) SPIRIT STORES, '/ADJOINING T H E H O T E L. I CARDIFF ESTABLISHMENTS THE EXCHANGE RESTAURANT, CARDIFF DOCKS, THE PHILHARMONIC RESTAURANT, ST. MARY STREET. R. P. C IT L t>E Y & Co., WISE MERCHANTS, THE EXCHANGE, CARDIFF. [141 ..¡r- BARRY HOTEL, | GRINI) COFFEE, LITXCIIEOX SlIOKIKG AND A LA CARTE ROOMS, DAILY OF FRO31 12 TO 2. OPPOSITE BARRY RAILWAY STATION. Saddle Horses and Carriages of every Description Supplied. J. A, DA VIES, PROPRIETOR. Address—BARRY, and not Barry Deck..0(..1, î. 'c Bassett Arms Hotel, (FAMILY AtTD COMMERCIAL), HOLTON-ROAD, BARRY DOCK, (MIDWAY BETWEEN BARRY DOCK ^ND &ADOXTON RAILWAY STATIONS.) .jfc WELL AIRED BEDS. Ix EXCELLENT ACCOMMODATION. >if,' BILLIARDS. GOOD STABLING. — b-t THOMAS HO. I-N, PROPRIETOR ii a > AVJJri £ dZ>2)rj&. SPRING, 1894. 29 and 30, St. Mary Street, 292, Bute-street, 1, St. John's Square, Cardiff. DEAR SIR, We beg most respectfully to inform you tha we have now completed our arrangements for the Spring Trade, and have secured an assortment which comprises all the NEWEST AND BEST WOOLLEN GOODS and every reliable make of Cloth that can lay claim to style and novelty. Owing to our extensive purchases we are placed in a most favour- able position for securing best goods at exceptionally low prices, and it will really require only the most casual comparison of our qualities and prices to convince the most captious. With regard to fit and style we can with confidence assure you that to the best of our knowledge, our staff of cutters is unexcelled. 9 The taste of every customer is carefully studied, and first-class workmen are employed in our spacious workshops on the premises. Soliciting the favour of your commands, which will have our mos careful attention, We are, Sir, YourjObedient Servants, MASTERS AND CO., THE CARDIFF CLOTHIERS. CARDIFF. CARDIFF. IR ^REGISTERED TRADE MARX. JOHN JAMES & CO. ARE NOW SHOWING THE LATEST FASHIONS FOR SPRING AND EARLY SUMMER. THE LATEST MODELS IN MANTLES AND JACKETS, at a Very Low Price. A LARGE VARIETY OF FASHIONABLE MILLINERY (Trimmed and Untrimmed) H t and BONNETS. OUR.POPULAR DRESS DEPARTMENTSpecial Qualities in ENGLISH, SCOTCH, FREKCK, and GERMAN FABRICS. Patterns Cut. J. & R. MORLEVS HOSIERY. DENT'S GLOVES. RIBEONS, LACES, &c. HEAVY DEPARTMENT DELAINES, PRINTS. FLANNELETTES, MUSLINS, FLANNELS SHEETS, HOUSEHOLD LINENS, QUILTS, LONG LACE CURTAINS, &c. CARPETS, LINOLEUMS, OIL-CLOTHS, RUGS, MATS, &c. A LARGE STOCK of BAMBOO GOODS in CHAIRS, TABLES, STANDS, BRACKETS, &c. System of Business :— THE BEST ARTICLE AT THE LOWEST PRICE. ANY GOODS BOUGHT, Not Approved Of, EXCHANGED, or the MONEY RETURNED STRICTLY CASH. NO CREDIT. JOHN JAMES & CO., 28, 29, and -30, High-street, and 30, 32, and 34, Castle Arcade, CARDIFF. RENOWNED FOR FASHIONABLE GOODS. Hosiery, Wool, & Fancy Store. H. N. BESFORD, 114, HOLTON-ROAD, BARRY DOCK, BEGS to announce to the Inhabitants of the JD District she has a large variety of HOSIERY. KNITTING, and FANCY WOOLS. NEEDLE- WORK, kc. Cords and Materials kept for Crochet Work in Coloured Threads and Moulds. Knitting Wools from lid. per oz. Berlin Wools 2]d. per oz. Plain Colours, 2hd. per oz. 4 JACOBUS, QELEBRATED j^ONDON rpAILOR, 96, ST' MART STEEET' 96 QARDIFF, [156 PEIXTING OF EVERY DESCEIPTION, executed with neatness and dispatch, at the Barry Doch News office, 137, Holton-road, Barry Dock. ROYAL HOTEL, CORNER OF BARRY-ROAD AND MAIN-STREET CADOXTON-JUXTA-BARRY. FAMILY AXDI COMMERCIAL HOTEL. CENTRAL, AND PLEASANTLY SITUATED. GOOD STABLING. FRED C. WILLIAMS 114] PBOPEIETOB. i W A VERLEY TEMPERANCE k COMMERCIAL HOTEL, 50, MAIN-STREET, CADOXTON. FURNISHED SITTING and BEDROOMS for Jt. Ladies and Gentlemen also Good Accom- modation for Commercial Travellers. Dinners 12 to 2 daily. D. DAVIES, Proprietor.