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THE HIGH SHERIFF'S ORDINARY WILL take place at the ROYAL HOTIL, on W SATURDAY EVENING, the 17th inst., at Half-past Six o'clock. j}955 THE BANKRUPTCY ACT, 1861. In the County Court of Glamorganshire, hohen at Swansea. IN the Matter of HANNAH THOMAS, now living in Lodgings at No. 15, Tontine-street, at Swinsea, in the County of Glamorgan, out of business ard be- fore then of the Moutague Inn, in High-stree, at Swansea aforesaid, Licensed Victualler and previously of the Cross Keys, at Pentre, near Swansea afonsaid, Beerhouse Keeper, adjudged Bankrupt on the 1st diy of April, 1869. An Order of Discharge will be delivered to the lank- rupt after the expiration of thirty davs from thisdate, unless an appeal be duly entered against the judgnent of the Court, and notice thereof be given to the <n t. Dated this 8th day of Julv, 1869. JOHN DANIEL THOMAS, 3948J High Bail THE BANKRUPTCY ACT, 1861. In the County Court of Glamorganshire, holdu ¡"t; Swansea. TN the matter of JAMES BABB, carry: ;»g m the M business of a Tailor, Hatter, and Outfitter,at No. 32, in High-street, at Swansea, in the County < f < n.or- gan, and living with his family at No. 2, Clifk.sii-the- Graig, at Swansea, aforesaid, adjudged Bankriuton the 4th day of May, 1869. An Order of Discharge will be delivered to thePann. rupt after the expiration of thirty days from thi- :-te, unless an appeal be duly entered against the jeep: out of the Court, and notice thereof be given to the (curt. Dated this 8th day of July, 1869. JOHN DANIEL TROM.V, 3946] High S -n:S. THE BANKRUPTCY ACT, 1861. In the County Court of Glamorganshire holden at Swansea. IN the matter of MORGAN MORGAN, of 3, Wilk's-row, at Swansea, in the county of Glanor- gan and before then of No. 29, in Matthew-street at Swansea aforesaid, Butcher, having a Stall, No. (4, at the Public Market, at Swansea aforesaid, for the sfle of Butcher's meat, adjudged bankrupt on the lBt d»y of April, 1869. An Order of Discharge will be delivered to the bank- rupt after the expiration of Thirty days from this datf, unless an appeal be duly entered against the Judgnent of the Court, and notice thereof he given to the CoU't. Dated this 8th day of July, 1869 .„ JOHN DANIEL THOMAS, 39471 High Bailiff. THE BANKRUPTCY ACT, 1861. In the County Court of Glamorganshire, holden at Swausea. IN the matter of LOT MATTHEWS, of Maiket- street, Moriston, in the parish of Llangefelaca, in the County of Glamorgan, Boot and Shoe Maker ad- judged bankrupt on the 13th day of April, 1869. An Order of Discharge will be delivered to the bank- rupt after the expiration of thirty days from this date, unless an appeal be duly entered against the judgment of the Court, and notice thereof be given to the Court. Dated this 8th dav of July, 1869, JOHN DANIEL THOMAS. 3949J High Bailiff. CONSERVATIVE GLAMORGANSHIRE REGISTRATION ASSOCIATION. REGISTER—REGISTE R—REGISTER." CONSERVATIVES possessed of the necessary quali- fication, but whose Names are not already 01 the Register, are requested to communicate without delay with one of the undermentioned Agents, who will pre- pare the form of CLAIM, and furnish all informition required free of charge. The 20th of JULY is the LAST DAY for sending in CLAIMS. DISTRICTS. AGENTS. Aberavon Mr. Marmarluke Tennant. Hi'idgen/l Mr. Thomaa Dcfock-mXK!. Caerphilly Mr. Joseph Evans. Cardiff Mr. Sherley, Cowbridge. Mr. John Stockwood. Dynaspovvis Mr. R. E. Spencer. Llangyfelach Mr. C. R. Glover. Maesteg Mr. Thomas Stockwood. Neath Mr. James Kempthcrne. Pontardawe Mr. C R. Glover. Pontypridd Mr. Robert Thomas. Sit10'}Mr-c- «•»«. lsm CARDIFF CONSTITUTIONAL ASSOCIATION. A GRAND CONSERVATIVE FETE AND DEMONSTRATION WILL be held in the SOPHIA GARDENS TV FIELD (by the kind permission of the Marquis of Bute) on WEDNESDAY, July 21st, 1869, inder the superintendence of a Committee of Management, when ADDRESSES will be delivered, and a VOCAL and INSTRUMENTAL and GYMNASTIC ENTERTAIN- MENT, with BICYCLE RACES, ATELETIC SPORTS, and BALLOON ASCENTS, will tale place, concluding with a Display of FIREWORKS, MILITARY AND QUADRILLE BANDS. Full particulars will be duly announced. Refreshment Tents on the Ground. TICKETS, 6d. EACH. By order of the Committee, HEN. OLDHAM, Hon. Sec. Cardiff, 8th July, 1869. [3914 CARDIFF CONSTITUTIONAL ASSOCIATION. GRAND FETE AND DEMONSTRATION, On 21st JULY. A BICYCLE RACE (subject to the usual Regula- tions) for a PRIZE of £ 3 3s. to the Winner, and £ i Is. for the Second, will be run. Competitors must reside in Cardiff or within 2 miles thereof. Riders to wear coloured Jackets aud Caps. Entrance, 5s. each, to be made to the Secretary by Six o'clock ou Monday Evening, the 19th July. Unless there are Six Entries, no Second Prize will be given. By Order of the Committee, T „ HEN. OLDHAM, Hon. Sec. Cardiff, July 8, 1869. [3915 THEATRE ROYAL, CARDIFF. Manager Mr. W. H. ROSELLE. Licensed to perform the Dramatic Authors' Pieces. ON FRIDAY (this evenina), July 16th, for the BENEFIT of Mr. GARDINER COYNE, when will be presented Boucicault's great sensation drama of THE COLLEEN BAWN, To conclude with the celebrated drama of HANDY ANDY. SATURDAY, July, 17t.b, the performance will com- mence with the great Irish draoi$. Ojf THE BLEAK HILLS OF ERIN, to couclude with the drama of IRELAND AS IT WAS. Admission: Boxes, 2s. 6d. Pit, Is.; Gallery, >d. Half-price to Boxes and Pit at Half-past Nine Boies, Is. 6d.; Pit, 6d. Doors open at half-past Seven, Curtain to rise at Eight precisely. Box Plan at Messrs. Lewis and Williams', Duke-street. [396 £ GLAMORGANSHIREARTILLERY AND RIFLE VOLUNTEER ASSOCIATION. THE Ninth Annual PRIZE MEETING will tare L place at PORT TALBOT, on TUESDAY, July 27ti, 1869, and two following days. Shooting will commence on Tuesday, at 11.30 a.ir., and on the other days at 10. The Sighting Targets wil be open on Tuesday, at 10 30, and on the other days at 9. The All Comers' Sweepstakes will be shot for <n Thursday, the 29th, commencing at 10. Ranges, 500 and 600 yards. 5 rounds at each distance. Any posifcioi. Competitors not required to shoot in uniform. Weapoi, Long Enfield Rilfe (provided that when not of Go vernmett manufacture, the barrel be stamped with the Goveri- ment viewer « liirtningham or Tower mark). Entrance 10.. up to 26th July after that 12s. 6d. About £445 will be given in Prizes at this meeting exclusive of Cups to be given for Officers' Prizes by tte Lord Lieutenant. Subscriptions are now due, and should be paid to tie Secretary or to the Glamorganshire Banking Co., ft Neath or Swansea. By order, JOHN FELTON, Sec. Margam Cottage, Taibach, 14th July, 1869. 1395C GREAT WESTERN RAILWAY. TOURIST ARRANGEMENTS, 1869. MONTHLY TOURIST TICKETS to Watering Places in England and Wales, and to certain Sts- tions in Scotland and Ireland, will be issued from Mar 14th to the 31st October. J. GRIERSON, General Manager. Paddington, May, 1869. [3270 NOW READY, PRICE 3d., A SHORT and PLAIN CATECHISM of ths EVIDENCE of CHRISTIANITY, intended fc the older Children in Schools of Religious Instruction. By a CLERGYMAN of the DIOCESE of LLANDAFF. Cardiff Lewis and Williams, Duke-street. [3928 I jgalcs bg Ruction. IMPORTANT SALE OF FREEHOLD FARMS, Situate in the Parish of Gelligaer and of FREEHOLD GROUND RENTS, Amply secured upon first-class Property in the Town of Cardiff, with the Reversions to the Rack Rentals. MESSRS. BARNARD, THOMAS, and CO., ARE INSTRUCTED TO SELL ,B Y AUCTION, At the ANGEL HOTEL, CARDIFF, On THURSDAY, the 26th day of August, 1869, at Three o'clock precisely, Subject to such Conditions as shall be then produced, and in the following or such other Lots as may be determined at the time of Sale. THE GELLIGAER PROPERTY, IN ONE LOT. ALL that Farm, situate in the Parish of Gelligaer, called Dan-y-Peutre," containing by admea- surement 34a. 3r. 7p., or thereabouts, and now in the occupation of Mr. Thomas Jones, as tenant froui year to year. And all that Farm, situate in the Parish of Gelligaer aforesaid, called" Rhos-y-Bedw," containing by ad- measurement 48a., or thereabouts, and now in the occupation of the said Thomas Jones, as tenant from year to year. Small portions of the surface of the Farms have been let on building leases for terms, of which about 60 years are unexpired at rents amounting together to ¡;10 9s. 6d. The Farms hold valuable unworked seams of Coal, and at the present time way leave rents are paid in res- pect of adjoining minerals, which on the average of the six years ending June, 1868, have amouuted to about the sum of £89 18s. per annum. THE CARDIFF PROPERTY. Amount of °$Name of Lessee Description "o Annual S' S «§ or and Situation of Ground S Assignee. Property. Rent. £ s. d. Years -I 1 2 10 0 70 Mrs. Harris, and Houses and Shops, No. 1. Bute-street. William Deere iN o. 68, Bridge-street 211 0 0 70 John Hawker .Houses and Shops, Nos. 2, 3, 4, and 5, Bute-street, and Houses, Nos. 7 and 8, Millicent-street. 3 3 10 0 69 Representatives of Temple Bar Public- William Edmunds house, No. 6, Bute- street, and Lady Bute Public-house, Millicent-street. 4 6 0 0 69 Mrs. Roberts Houses, Shops, and Public-houses, Nos. 7, 8, and 9, Bute- street. 5860 69 Margaret Thomas Houses, Nos. 293 and Thos. James and294, Bute-street a.nd Public-house at Corner of Bute- street and Milli- cent-street. 6 3 0 0 72 William Phillips Houses, Nos. 74, 75, I and 76, Millicent- street. 7 4 8 0 72 John Gray. Houses, Nos. 77, 78, 1 and 79, Millicent- street, and Candle Manufactory. 8 5 0 0 71 John Jenkins and Houses, Nos. 80, 81, Jacob Jenkins and 82, Millicent- street. 9 2 5 0 69 John Jones House, No. Mil- 10 4 0 0 69 Mrs. Payne Merthyr and Aber- dare Public-house, Millicent street, with Yard and Pre- mises adjoining. 11 4 0 0 69 Representatives of Locomotive Inn, George Watson Bute-street. T 12 9 0 0 69 Mary Thomas House and Shop, No. 297; Spirit Vaults, No. 298 & Houses and Shops, Nos. 299 and 300, Bute- street. 1325 0 0 — A.R.Thomas ■ Saw Mills and Pre- mises, East Wharf. Any further particulars may be obtained on applica- tion to the Auctioneers to Messrs. Morgan and White, Solicitors, Merthyr-Tydfil Messrs. Humphreys aud Morgan, Giltsnur Chambers, London Messrs. Bell, Brodrick, and Gray, Solicitors, 9, Bow Church-yard, London or to Mr. Richard Wyndham Williams, Solicitor. Cardiff. [3950 ELIGIBLE FREEHOLD PROPERTY. MESSRS. BARNARD, THOMAS, AND CO.,1 WILL SELL BY AUCTION, At the ANGEL HOTEL, CARDIFF, Ou THURSDAY, the SCth day of August, 1869, at One 0' clock in the afternoon, Subject to such Conditions of Sale as will be then and there produced, the following Lots of VALUABLE FREEHOLD PROPERTY. LOT 1.—All that desirable Messuage, known as "Cross Town House," situate in the parish of Llancarvan, in the County of Glamorgan, together with the valuable Lands belonging thereto, and containing together 26a. 3r. lp., or thereabouts. Lot. 2.:—The Finger Post Barn, situate between two roads, the one leading to Treguff and the other to Cardiff, in the parish of Llaiicaryan aforesaid, together with the several Closes of LaIllLoccupied therewith, and containing together 22a. 2r. 34p., or thereabouts. A small portion of this Lot, containing two acres or thereabouts, is Leasehold, being held for the residue of a term of 999 years, at the rent of one shilling per annum. Lot 3.—The Lands known as The Downes," with the Wood adjoining thereto, containing 39a. Or. 6p., or there- abouts. Lot. 4.—An undivided moiety of andîn á field, inter- secting Lot 2, containing la. Or. 38p., or thereabouts. Lot 5.—A House, Cottage, and Garden, situate in the parish of Llancarvan aforesaid, with the piece of Pasture Land adjoining thereto, situate behind the Wesleyan ) Chapel, containing together la. Or. Op., or thereabouts, Lot 6.—Two detached pieces of Pasture Land, situate in the parish of Llancarvan aforesaid, adjoining the parish road leading to Walterstoue, containing together Oa. 2r. 7p.. or thereabouts. Lot 7.—A piece of Pasture Land, situate in the parish of Llancarvan aforesaid, adjoining the parish road leading to Walterstone aforesaid, containing 12p. or thereabouts. Lot 8.—A Garden, situate on the side of the road leading to Llanbethery, containing Oa,. Or. 10p., or thereabouts. Lot 9.—The Reversion in a. Cottage and Garden, con- I taining 20 perches, or thereabouts, situate in the hamlet of Llanbethery, aforesaid, in the occupation of Mr. John Baker as Lessee for an unexpired term, at the annual rent .1 of Is. f Lot 10.—A Public House, Garden, and Paddock, situate in the parish of Llantrissant, known as the Caesar's Arms." The greater portion of the foregoing Lots are subject to the payment of an annual rent charge in perpetuity of £20, which is intended to be charged exclusively on Lot 1. For further particulars application may be made to the Auctioneers to Messrs. Daltons and Spencer, Solicitors, Cardiff or to Mr. Richard Wyndham Williams, Solicitor, Cardiff. [3940 GLAMORGANSHIRE. FREEHOL.D ESTATE, RESIDENTIAL AND MINERAL, Two miles from Pontypridd, two miles from Llantrisant, and twelve miles from the important and flourishing Port of Cardiff, comprising the Farms of Tyr-Mab- Ellis, Coedcae Ddu, and Penycoedcae, Mansion and Grounds, Ground Rents, Stone Quarries, and the various Seams of Coal (including the celebrated Steam Coal Measures) which underlie the Estate. MR. D. T. ALEXANDER ITS favoured with instructions from the Devisee under the Will of Col. John Hewett, deceased, to SELL BY AUCTION, At the ANGEL HOTEL, CARDIFF, On THURSDAY, the 29th day of July, 1869, at Two for Three o'clock, The IMPORTANT and VALUABLE PROPERTY, known as the TYR-MAB-ELLIS ESTATE, In the following or such other Lot or Lots as at the time of Sale shall be declared Lot 1.—The Farm called Penycoedcae" (otherwise Caerlan and Tyllwyd), with homestead buildings, cot- tages at rack ground rents, and productive pasture and arable land, together with valuable Stone Quarries in full work, containing in the whole about 116a. lr. 5p., situate in the parishes of Llantrisant and Llantwit Vardre, in the occupation of Mr. John Jenkins and others. Lot 2.—The Mansion of Tyr-Mab-Ellis," with the (I buildings, pleasure grounds, orchards, and productive land'thereto belonging, containing in the whole 78a. 3r. 34p, or thereabouts, situate in the parishes of Llan- trisant and Llantwit Vardre, in the occupation of Capt. Hewett. R.N., and others. Lot 3.—The Farm called Coedcae Ddu," with home- stead buildings, cottages at rack ground rents, and pasture land, containing in the whole 100a. 3r. lp., or thereabouts, situate in the parishes of Llantrisantftnd Llantwit Vardre, in the occupation of Mr. Edward Coombs, and others. The valuable Minerals underlying each Lot will be included in and sold therewith. The attractive Mansion and Grounds are in an ad- mired situation of the neighbourhood, commanding panoramic views of varied beauty and great extent, and affording a Residence suitable to the requirements of a Capitalist desiring to possess and develops the valuable resources of the Estate. Reports of eminent Mining Engineers leave no doubt that the remunerative Seams of Coal found at Merthyr, Aberdare, Rhondda, and Llantwit, will be proved upon this Estate. The Taff Vale and Llantrisant Railway runs at the foot of the Estate, and affords communication with the Llynvi, Ogmore, and Llantrisant Junction Railway. The Mansion contains Dining, Drawing, Breakfast, and Ante-Rooms, Entrance Hall, Servants'Hall, Kitchen, and Pantries upon the first floor and 6 best Bedrooms, 2 Dressing Rooms, Water Closet, ó back Bedrooms, Lum- ber and Store Room upon the second floor. There is also a capital Cellar, a 3-stalled Stable, Harness, Saddle Room, and Coach-house. Lithographed Plans, Particulars, and Conditions of Sale, can be had, on or after the 1st of July, upon appli- cation to H. Holland Burne, Esq 15, Vineyards, Bath or to the Auctioneer, Institute Chambers, Pontypridd. [3329 jlitle gUtctimt. CASTLE FIELD HOUSE, MAINDY, CARDIFF. MESSRS. WATKINS and STEPHENSON are instructed by the Executors of the late Mrs. Williams, to SELL by AUCTION, Without Reserve, at Castle Field House, Maindy, on MONDAY, the 19th day of July, 1869, the following HOUSEHOLD FUR- NITURE and effects Mahogany dining table, six ditto chairs in hair, ditto chiffoniere, ditto sideboards, two ditto chests of drawers, ditto chests upon chests, commodes, easy chair, pier glass and dressing glasses, four linen sheets, sundry bedsteads, bedding, toilet tables and stands, couch, kitchen tables, clock and utensils, fenders, fire- irons, &c. Also one useful BAY MARE, ONE COBURG, ONE PHAETON, HARNESS, CART, &c., See. Sa.le to commence at One for Two o'clock precisely. Also will be SOLD at the same time and place one caboose and pipe, cheese press and vats, fly wheel and frame, chaff-cutter, turnip pulper, two tents, large slate table, garden lights and pots, one stone runner, iron- bound bed-plate and segments, suitable for making mortar. &c one pair small horizontal stones, and sundry other articles. [3959 CARDIFF. MESSRS. WATKINS and STEPHENSON ARE INSTRUCTED TO SELL BY AUCTION, At the MOUNT STUART HOTEL, CARDIFF. On TUESDAY, the 3rd day of August, 1869, at 6 for 7 o'clock in the evening1, tbe following- LEASEHOLD PROPERTIES, Subject to Conditions of Sale to be then produced, and in the following or such other 'Lots as may be then determined on. ——— JAMES-STREET, BUTE DOCKS. LOT 1.—AH that Dwelling-house and Premises, No. 24, .fames-street, in the occupation of Mr. James Grace, Bootmaker, at the rent of £4:1 4s. per annum, containing Shop and 2 sitting rooms on the ground floor, 4 Bedrooms and 2 Kitchens, with good Cellarage, &c., and small Garden. There are 3 entrances, at the front, side, and back, and the Premises are well adapted for business purposes. Lot 2. All that Dwelling-house and Premises, No. 25, James-street, containing 3 Rooms on the ground floor, 4 Bedrooms and 3 Underground Kitckens, &c. There are frout and back entrances, and a small Garden. This Lot is in the occupation of Mr. William Morgan, Sailmaker. at the rent of £25 16s. per annum. Lot 3.—A Dwelling-house and Premises. No 26, James-street, in the occupation of Captain Richard Morgan, at £25 16s. a year. Lot 4.—A Dwelling-house and Premises, No. 27, James-street, in the occupation of Mr. Robert Lutton, at £2,5 16s. a year. Lot 5.—A Dwelling-house and Premises, No. 28, James-street, in the occupation of Mr. John Ruddock, at £25 16s. a year. Lot 6.—A Dwelling-house and Premises, No. 29, James- street, in the occupation of Mr. Robert Marks, Ship and Insurance Broker, at £25 ltis. a year. Lot 7.—A Dwelling-house and Premises, No. 30, James- street, in the occupation of Mr. Samuel Wade, at £25 16s. a year. Lot 8.-All that DOUBLE-LICENSED PUBLIC- HOUSE and Premises, No. 31, James-street, known as the "WHITE HART INN," in the occupation of Mr. John Doel, under a Lease of which about 7 years are unexpired, at the Jow rental of £45 per annum. These Premises comprise Tap and Bar-rooms, Smoking and Sitting-rooms, and Kitchen (on the ground floor), 4 Bedrooms, good Cellars, Washhouse, &c., and there are 3 entrances at the front, side, and back. These Eight Lots are held under one Lease from the Trustees of the Marquess of Bute, for the term of 98 years from 2nth of September, 1853, at a ground rent of £:?16s. per annum, which will be apportioned ns follows, namely, Lot I, £3; Lots 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, and 7, £2 10s. each and Lot 8, :£368. Lot 8 is also subject to an annual payment of £10 lCs. to the Trustees of Lord Bute, for permission to use the premises as a Public House. HOMFRAY-STREET. Lot 9.-All that PUBLIC-HOUSE and Premises, called the "VICTORIA INN," situate in Homfray- street, Cardiff, now in the occupation of Mrs. Cummins (under an agreement for a Lease for 7 years), at the rent of £34 a year. These Premises are held under Lease from John Hom- fray, Esq., for 3 lives, or 99 years from the 1st of Novem- ber, 1846, at a ground rent of £2 10s. per annum. NORTH CHURCH-STREET. Lot 10.—A Messuage or Dwelling-house and Premises, No. 8, North Church-street, Cardiff, containing 2 Sitting- rooms, 4 Bedrooms, underground Kitchens, &c., and Garden, with back entrance, in the occupation of Mr. Richard Kna'pman, at a rent of JE27 7s. per annum. Lot a.-No.9, North Church-street, adjoining and similar to the last lot, and let to Mr. William Baker, at £27 7s. per annum. Lot 12.—A semi-detached Messuage or Dwelling-house and Premises, No. 10, North Church-street containing 3 sitting-rooms, 4 bedrooms, kitchens, with gardeu, side and back entrances now let to. Mr. Thomas Bates at £27 7s. per annum. These last three Houses are held under one Lease from the Trustees of the Marquess of Bute, for 99 years, from the 29th of September, 1850, at a ground rent of £99". per annum, which will be apportioned as follows :-£3 each to Lots 10 and 11, and £3 9s. to Lot 12. Lot 13.—A semi-detached Messuage or Dwelling-house, No. 11, North Church-street, containing 2 Sitting-rooms and Kitchen on ground floor, and 4 Bedrooms, Cellar, &c., Garden, and back entrance, now in the occupation of Mr. Frederick Bucknall, at the rent of £ 19 16s. per annum. Lot 14.—A Dwelling-house and Premises, No. 12, North Church-street, containing 2 Sitting-rooms, 3 Bedrooms, Kitchen, &c., Garden and back entrance, in the occupation of Mr. Joseph Smith, at £19 16, per annum.. These two Houses are held under a lease from the Trustees of the Marquess of Bute for 9J years, from the 29th of September, 1849, at a ground rent of £4 8s. per annum, which will be apportioned equally. EDWARD-STREET. Lot 15.—All that Messuage or Dwelling-houce, No 11, Edward-street, Cardiff, in the occupation of Mrs. Bond, at £18 16s. per annum. It contains 3 Rooms on the first floor, 4 Bedrooms, underground Kitchen, &c. This property is held under lease from Edward Priest Richards, Esq.. for 99 years, from the 29th of September, 1855, at a ground rent of £2 14s. per annum. The Auctioneers desire to draw parti ,ilar attention to these valuable properties, which ar^ ^'situate in the most desirable parts of the town. The Houses are in good repair, and being let at sums below the actual value, the present rentals may be much increased. Part of the puchase money may remain on mortgage. Further particulars may be obtained on application to the Auctioneers, or to Mr. H. Heard, Solicitor, Cardiff. [3945 CARDIFF. HIGHLY IMPORTANT SALE OF VALUABLE FREEHOLD PROPERTY, In the Town of Cardiff. MESSRS. WATKINS and STEPHENSON are tyjL instructed by the Trustees of the late Charles Vachell, Esq., to SELL by AUCTION, at the Cardiff Arms Hotel, in the town of Cardiff, on TUESDAY, the 10th day of Angust, 1869, at Three for Four o clock pre- cisely, subject to such Conditions of Sale as shall be then produced, the undermentioned FREEHOLD PROPERTY. Lot 1.—All that Freehold Dwelling-House, Shop, Cellars, Stores, and Premises, situate in Duke-street, Cardiff, now in the occupation of Messrs. Kernick and Bowring, Wholesale and Retail Chemists and Druggists, and held for a term of which about three years are now unexpired. The Premises are of great extent and of admirable business capabilities, occupying a most commanding situation in a leading thoroughfare. They have a frontage of 20 feet with a depth of 101 feet or there- abouts, and contain on the basement, spacious Cellar on the Ground Floor, Shop, Parlour, and Kitchen on the First Floor, Drawing Room and 2 Bedrooms on the Second floor, 3 Bedrooms; Attic floor; with Rooms and Loft in the rear. Lot 2.—All that Freehold Dwelling-house, Shop, and Premises, situate in Angel-street and Castle-street, Cardiff, now in the occupation of Mr. Sweeting, Hair- dresser, &c., at a rent of £.65 per annum (including taxes). This Property has the great advantage of a double frontage, and will be greatly enhanced in value by the improvements now being effected in Castle- street. Lot 3.—All that capital Freehold Residence, Pleasure Garden, and Premises, now in the occupation of Mr. W. W. Trice, and having a frontage to Charles-street of 29J feet, and to Union-street of 30J feet, with a. mean depth of 251 feet, and containing an area of 840 square yards, or thereabouts. The House is substantially built and commodious it is very pleasantly situated at a distance from the tho- roughfare of Charles-street, from which it is approached by a tastefully laid out flower garden, with the addi- tional advantage of access from Union-street. Lot 4-All that Freehold Dwelling-house, School- house, and Plav-ground, adjoining Lot 3, also in the occupation of Mr. Trice, and having a frontage of 49! feet to Charles-street, and of 50t feet to Union-street, with a mean depth of 255 feet, and containing an area of 1,416 yards or thereabouts. The House included in the above Lot abuts upon Union-street, and with the spacious and lofty Building now used as a School, is admirably adapted for Educational or other Public purposes; while the Play-ground is so extensive as to admit of a First-class detached Residence fronting to Charles-street, being erected on part of it. < Lot 5.—All that Freehold Dwelling-house, situate near 1 the end of Barrack-lane, which opens in Wellington- J terrace, and now in the occupation of W. Powell, at the ( rent of per annum. > In announcing the sale of the above most eligible and important Properties, the Auctioneers fed it only neces- sary to remark that the opportunity thus offered for in- i vestment in the best class of Freehold is one that occurs j wi,h extreme rarity. f For further particulars apply to B. Matthews, Esq., i Solicitor, Cardiff or to the Auctioneers, 6, Smith-street, Crockherbtown, Cardiff. [3957 y PENDOYLAN VICARAGE, NEAR COWBRIDGE. f Important and Unreserved Sale of Superior Household e Furniture and other Effects. c- MR. JOHN THOMAS has been favoured with in- a structions from the Rev.^ T. H. Jones (who is v leaving the neighbourhood) to SELL by AUCTION, On s THURSDAY, Ju'y 22nd, 1869, on the premises at the a Vicarage, Pendov i in, the whole of the valuable HOUSE- P HOLD FURNITURE, &c., comprising superior maho- gany and other tables, china and glass, sofas, couches, chairs, engravings, carpets, mahogany and other chests 61 of drawers, pier and dressing glasses, four-post bedsteads and furniture, feather beds, palliasses and mattresses, dressing tables, washstands and ware, window blinds j' and curtains, and also a large assortment of miscellane- T ous articles and kitchen requisites. p The sale will commence at 1 o'clock precisely, and cir- of cularswith further particulars may be obtained on ap- plication to Mr. John Thomas, Auctioneer and Land g( Agent, Cowbridge. l39ó2 ei hg gtudion. PORT OF CARDIFF. To Shipwrights and Masters of Vessels. MR. F. W. ARMSTRONG will SELL by AUCTION, at the west side of West Bute Dock, on MON- DAY. Juiy 19th, 1869 (under the powers of a bill of sale), the effects of Mr. Robert Rumbelow, consisting of about Five Tons of Flat, Square, Round, and Half round IRON. of various sizes, HOOP and SHEET IRON, BLISTER and CAST STEEL, and a general assortment of SMITH'S. WORKING TOOLS. Smith's Shop.—Winch-iron castings, wrought-iron tank, marling spikes, hoops and thimbles, chain hooks, iron snatch block, gins, two smith's bellows, smith's forges, anvils, iron tongs, iron punches, sledge hammers, iron bochers, weighing machine and weights, sundries in office, a variety of cast-iron sheaves, files, washers, nails, vice on bench, drilling machine, stock and dies, bores, ship's pumps, old iron, cross head for windlass, and a mandrill. Carpenter's Shop.—Lathe, wheel Rnd turning tools complete, ship's blocks (assorted). ironed cat blocks (strapped), lignivite, ship's hanks, grindstone and stand, wood mast hoops, hand-spikes, vice, carpenter's bench, cross cut saw, lignivite saw, iron stove, screwing ma. chine, punching machine and tools, gin wheels, shed and sundry timber, fowls' house, block cogs, sundry augers, chissels, planes, hatchets, adze, &c., elm boardings, wood chest, patent cogs, patent links, screw and other shackles, and apiece of pine 35ft. by 1ft. square. The Shop to be Sotd is 72ft. by 20ft., and is subject to £3 17s. 6d. per year ground rent, wood building, tile roof. Sale to commence at 11 for 12 o'clock. [3958 GLAMORGANSHIRE. IMPORTANT COLLIERY PROPERTIES, WITH POSSESSION, Extending over 513 Acres, held for an unexpired term of about 47 years at low rentals, together with the plant, &c. MR FRANK LEWIS will SELL by AUCTION, at the Mart, Tokenhouse Yard, London, on WED- NESDAY, the 28th day of July instant, at One o'clock precisely, the very valuable and important COLLIERIES,, situated in Rhondda Valley, on the Taff Vale Rail- way, known as Pentre and Church Collieries, only 21 miles from the Port of Cardiff, extending over an area of 513 acres, together with the PLANT, all in the most perfect working order, immediate possession of which will be given on completion of the purchase. The proved seams of coal are five in number, showing an aggregate thickness of coal of 26 feet, two of which only are being at present worked, and produce from 200 to 300 tons per day of the well known smokeless Steam Coal (on the Government list), the whole being capable, it is estimated by eminent local engineers, of yielding an output of 800 to 1,000 tons daily, upon full development. The coal is admitted to be one of the finest quality sent into the port of Cardiff, and is obtained at compara- tively small cost, owing to the exceptionally small depths and total absence of water throughout the sets.. The exhausted area is very small indeed, the shafts upon the Pentre mine (the only ones sunk) having been com- pleted but about two years since, the works upon both col- lieries previously being carried on by level. Upon the estates are a foreman's residence, nineteen cottages, and the necessary buildings of forges, stabling, offices, &c. Particulars and conditions of sale may be had at the- Mart, of Me-srs. Price, Holyland, and Waterhouse, Accountants, 13, Gresham-street; Messrs Lewis, Munns, Nunn, and Longden, Solicitors, No. 8, Old Jewry and of Mr. Frank Lewis, Estate Agent, Surveyor, and Auctioneer, 35, Coleman-street, London, E C. [3953 NORMAL COLLEGE, SWANSEA. Head Master,. W. WILLIAMS assisted by three Resident Masters. Chemical Master, G. SCHEFFER, Ph.D. Drawing Master, F. F. HOSFORD. DURING the past year one of the Pupils passed the Arts Examination at Apothecaries' Halt two the Preliminary Medical Examination at the University of Edinburgh and three the London Matriculation Exa- mination, one of whom was placed in the Honours List, and obtained a University Exhibition. The SCHOOL will EE-OPEN on MONDAY, the- 26th of July. For Prospectus, &c., apply to the Head Master. July 12th, 1869. [3941 THE SCHOOL, BRIDGEND. TATRONESS: THE DOWAGER COUNTESS OF DUNRAVEN. Head Master Mr. W. AUSTIN, of the University of Lon- don, formerly of University College, and the Polytech- nic, Hanover. THE Pupils are prepared for Professional and Com- mercial Pursuits, and the Public Examinations. Since June 1867 nine Pupils at this School have pre- sented themselves as Candidates at Public Examinations, not one of whom failed to pass. Six obtained the Univer- sity Certificate, and two the Title of Associate in Arts at the Oxford Middle Class Examinations, and one passed the London University Matriculation Examination in Honours. For Prospectus, &c., address, The Head Master, Pros- pect House, Bridgend. The School will RE-OPEN on Monday, 26th July. [3225 THE GRAMMAR SCHOOL, USK, MONMOUTH- SHIRE. Founded A.D., 1621. HEAD MASTER: The Rev. W. H. WRENFORD, B.A. THE next TERM will COMMENCE on August JL 5th. Boarders are received by the Head Master. Usk, July 6, 1869. [3422 WALTERS-ROAD, SWANSEA. ARTEK HOUSE SEMINARY. IN this first-class Seminary there is a VACANCY for FOUR BOARDERS, who will receive a supe- rior Education, and 1 1 anxioas maternal care. The highest referenct^ Apply to Mrs. Talbot The highest reference • Apply to Mrs. Talbot Rutland, above address. • [3927 EDUCATION. CORNHILL VILLAS, SWANSEA. MRS. CHARLES EVANS has VACANCIES for 1H_ a few pupils as BOARDERS. She offers a thoroughly sound Education, based on religious principles. Her pupils enjoy the comforts of home, and all the ad- vantages of a Seaside Residence. A limited number only received. Terms 30 guineas. References if required VACANCY for an ARTICLED PUPIL on advan- tageous terms. Studies to be resumed (D.V.) on the 26th inst. [3416 THE LATE MISS VAUGHAN'S SCHOOL, ADAMSDOWN, CARDIFF. MRS. BRUFOItD (formerly a Pupil of Miss ivt Vaughan) receives a limited number of Young Ladies, whose Education she personally superintends, and to whose Religious Instruction and Physical well- being she devotes careful attention. [3962 MISS HOPKINS' SCHOOL for YOUNG GENTLE- ..l: MEN will RE-OPEN on WEDNESDAY, July 28th. The Infant School in connection with the above is for little boys and girls, and is taught on the Pesto- lozzian system by a young lady from the Home and Colonial School, London. Vacancies for Boarders. Belvedere, Roath-road. MISS S. A. HOPKINS' SCHOOL for YOUNG LADIES will RE-OPEN on WEDNESDAY, July 28th. Vacancies for Boarders.- Belvedere, Roath- road. [3962 MRS. BASKETT'S SCHOOL win RE-OPEN July 28th. Roath Cottage, June, 1869. [3394 6, WINDSOR-PLACE, CROCKHERBTOWN. MRS. MARTIN'S SCHOOL will RE-OPEN on MONDAY, July 26. Accomplishments taught: Piano, Harp, Guitar, Singing, Drawing (in Pencil and. Crayons), French, Italian, and German. Cardiff, July 5th, 1869. [3414 ALBION HOUSE ACADEMY, CHARLES-STREET CARDIFF. MR. TRICE begs to announce the RE-OPENING of his School on THURSDAY, the 22nd instant. 6th July, 1869. [3413 THE MISSES STEPHEN'S School will REOPEN JL on the 27th inst. Private Lessons given in Music and Drawing. 3, Windsor Place, July 9th, 1869. T3929 MONTAGUE HOUSE ACADEMY, BOARDING AND DAY SCHOOL. MR WILLIAMES Respectfully announces that the DUTIES of the SCHOOL were RESUMED on MONDAY, the 12th of July. AN experience of thirty years has proved the course of Instruction to be eminently qualified to develop the mental, moral, and physical improvement of the pouth entrusted to Mr. Williames's care, while the new ofty and spacious Schoolroom and Gymnasium recently jrected will afford additional facilities for the acquire- ment of a solid practical Education. [3370 A BAZAAR NOVELTY.—At the Grand Bazaar held ately in Cardinal Woolsey's Hall, at Hampton Court Palace, for the benefit of the Royal Cambridge Asylum tr'n ?T S' ^ows» under the immediate patronage of d.K.H. the Princess Mary of Teck, the Duchess of Cam- bridge, and other members of the Royal Family, was ex- hibited a decided novelty. We quote the words of our ashionable contemporary the Morning Post. At the entrance of the great hall was placed a waxen model of IDe of the widows of the Asylum, gratuitously executed ind under the care of Mr. Joseph Tussaud. The figure ras seated with a cash box by its side, ready to receive uch contributions as might be made by the visitors, nd it was so well executed that many were greatly sur- rised when they found that it was not a living figure, ut a piece of still life in wax. It will probably some ay take its place in the renowned collection in Baker- treet." [3910 LADIES' WORK. The Princess of Wales has signified to liss Faithfull her approval of the ladies' work society ist established at the Victoria Press, in Princes-street, iondon. About 200 ladies have already joined it, and the ublic are invited to inspect the work between the houre r ten and five o'clock. LORD GRANVILLE'S GOUT. No such bad case of mt as Lord Granville is at present suffering from has fer been seen in the flesh in either House of Parliam eat.

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