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"EXPRESS" FARTHING PER WORD ADVERTISEMENT SCALE. Apartments Wanted, Furnished Rooms to be Let and Wanted, Situations Wanted. Servants Wanted, Public-houses Wanted and for Sale. Horses and Carriages, Misoel" jaaeotu Wants, Personal, Articles Lost or Found Sale and Exchange, and other Adver. Meements of & similar character can be inserted in the EVENING EXPRESS for ONE FARTHING PER WORD. The Name and Addrees to be Counted. Three in tertiona will cost half as mach again as One Insertion, and Six insertions twice the yriee of one. Odd Farthings are not charged. Thus :— ONCE. THREE TIXJW. six HtMt. 12 words 3d. 4Jd. 6d. 18 4id .M 6Jd. •«. 9d. 24 m 6<L «M 9d. it. 30 „ 7id. lid. m. Is. 3d. These charges, which must be prepaid, apply only to oonsecatire insertions. The above scale does not apply to trade adrertisameats or to tttnoanoemente IUlUating from public bodies. Cheques, Postal, &ad Post-offioe Orders should be evoamd and made payable te Xf. ft. W THOMAS. In oases where Postal Orden cannot be obtained advertisers are requested In send Halfpenny Stamps. Advertisements may be received at the following places :— CHIEF OFFICE :-WESTERN MAIL BUILDINGS. CARDIFF, Wxstbrn MAIL Orriox NEWPORT WMTZRN MAIL OFFICE sw WESTERN MAIL OFFICE Merthyr. MB. W. H. KEY, Taff-street Pontypridd. Ma. C Hutchings, Queen-street Neath.
3&iru)5,jttcu i BIRTHS. VACHELL.—On the 21st, at Glanmor, Newport, the wife of Theodore Vachell, of a son. DEATHS. CLOUSHER.—On the 21st inst., at High-street, Cardigan, Eleanor, widow of the late Mr. Joseph Clougher, in her 74th year. COOK.- On the 20th inst., at his residence, Not 9, Dewinton-field, Llwynypia, Charles Cox Cook, Pro. Cor. Sec. Rhondda and Pontypridd District of Ancient Shepherds. Funeral Monday. Shepherds are requested to meet at Cross Keys Hotel, Tony- pandy, at Two o'clock. BEEB.-On March 22, at Bedlinog, Annie Louisa., infant daughter of J. M. and A. Rees, grocer. Funeral private, at Gelligaer, on Tuesday.
MOURNING. Upon receipt of Letter, Telegram, or Message competent Assistants sent to all parts for orders for every requisite in Mourning and Funeral Orders, at the same moderate prices as chargedro Shop. "THE MOURNING WAREHOUSE," 9, Castle-road, Cardiff. John Smith, Proprietor. j"o£'t anii JFotmlu i Lost, Monday Evening, March 18th, between Waterhall Farm, Fairwater, and Radnor-road, Can- ton. Silver Watch and Chain; number known.— Anyone returning same to Canton Police-station will be rewarded. e6564u27 Lost, Small Irish Terrier Dog—white breast; about three months old—while in thE; Royal Oak Hotel; any- sm detaining same will be prosecuted.—J. McAuliSe, 9, SBha|oiHj]ace^3ardiJL^e6562u2 £ > J3ItVrlt5.. Strong Hcwe, Safety, in good order; price moderate. —Apply Housekeeper, 2, Pier-head-chambers, Gar- diff. a6556u25 A few Solid Tyre Bicyvlcs at 15s. each left; good riding order.-Send P.O. for sample and full address to Morris Bros., Cycle Works, Pontypridd. Tyre Outfits, Is., poet free. Send ttamp for postage of new ill-striw* IX, .and hints to rr*»rs- and tourists. RggjuTygro^tl^j^gKgljr^JsoJtgre«j^^d94^ zfHoiinn MONEY LENT at 5 PER CENT, from £ 6 TO £ 2,000.—WHY Pay More when a Pri- vate Gentleman is prepared to graat advances to Male or Ferenle, upon their PROMISSORY NOTE ALONE, in any part of England or Wales, without Loan Office bnMltties. NO BILL OF SALE OR SURETIES REQUIRED. The advance can be paid back by easy instalments, or can remain out from one to fifteen years by paying the interest only, Call or write to the actual Lender—CECIL G. COORTENAY, Esq., 11, Stroud Green-road, Seven Sisteng-road, London, N. e9064 iBisftellatteous Furnish at Harris's.—Six-roomed House Furnished Complete; dining-ro)m, drawing-room, best bedroom, aeccnd ditto, servants* bedroom, and kitchen, fur- nished throughout £ 50.—Write for full particulars, R. E. HarrlsV Wholesale Ho i&e Furnisher, Market- hall, Newport. Telegrams—Harris, Market, New- port. e6542u21 Eggs for Hatching, Is. 6d. per Sitting.—10, King's- *oad, Cbnton, Cardiff. e65t>8u27 Feathers! Feathers i for Bedding, 6d. per lb., ex- cellent quality; ready for use.—Matthews, 6. Stock- fand-street, Upper Grange, Cardiff. e6578u29 Is Your Watch Wrong? The Best and Cheapest Shop in Cardiff for the Repair of Watches of every description, English or Foreign, is 38, Castle Arcade (third shop from Oastle-street), by James Keir, for ten years with Mr. Spiridion. Clocks and Music Boxes Cleaned and Repaired. e6371 Perth Dye Works.-P. and P. Campbell.—Goods forwarded free.-Miss Morgan, Stationer, Docks, Car- diit. e6497ul. apartments* APARTMENTS TO LET. Comfortable Lodgings or Apartments to Let; suitable for lady or gentleman or two friends; every conve- nience Turberville-place, Canton.—Address Q 28, Western Mail, Cardiff. 4499u26 Two Unfurnished Rooms to Let; near town. Apply 6, Brunei-street, Riverside, Cardiff. 6553u23 Lodgings or Three Rooms to Let—together or sepa- rate.—21, Leckwith-road, Canton, Cardiff. e6559u26 Lodgings or Apartments (furnished); no children. —29, Gloucester-street, Riverside, Cardiff. P%M Lodg-ings or Apartments, with Homely People", farms pass dcor.-93, Woodville-road, Cardiff. eu28 The Cardiff Y.M.C.A. Will Open a Home for Young Men Early in April in Cathedral-road; terms 15s. to 19s. melusive.-Apply Secretary, Y.M.C.A. 4212u25 Mumbles.-Lady Offers Board Residence; every com- fort; south aspect; sea views; moderate inclusive terms.—Box 24, Post-office, Mumbles. 4419u25 44, Talbot-street, Cathedral-road, Cardiff. Two JKieelv-furnished Rooms to Let, where home comforts can be relied no children terms moderate. 4311u27 Apartments.—The Rector of Canton recommends Apartments for a Gentleman at 104, Llandaff-road, Cardiff. 4561g__ premises to Utt, Xcl Houses and Shops to Let as under.—Apply Evans and Hughes, House and Estate Agents, Auctioneers and Valuers, County Fire and Provident Life Offices, Bona1 gh-chambers, Wharton-etreet, Cardiff. 31, Windsor-rood; rent, lis. 165, Pearl-street, Roath; rent, 66. 6d. 5, Lucknow-street, Upper Grange; rent, 6s. 6d. 187, Severn-road; superior house. Cottage, Llandaff-yard; rent, fN! good garden. 15, Radnor-road; bath, hot and cold; rent, 9s. 18, Adelina-street; rent, 8fl. Extensive Cellarage; Pier-head, Bute Docks. 6, Cogan-row, CogaB; 4a. 6d. per week. ?- Corner Shop and Premises, Cadoxton. 29, Clare-street; capital residence. ———— 30, Wyndhaia-crescent, Canton; rent, 9s. 6d. 282, Cowbridge-road; lie. per week. 46, James-street, Docks: House and Shop; rent, £80. 34, Hewell-etreet, Cogan; 5s. per vreek. Offices, Dowlais-chambers, Butd Docks. e4105 To Let. a Four-roomed Cottage, nefr Loudoun- square, Bute Docks, Cardiff; rent 48. 6d. week.- Apply Mr. Geo. Rees, 28, St. Mary-sfcreet, Car- diff e6572u2i To Let, Six-roomed bouse; three minute8 walk from Queeii-etreet; healthy, open position.-—Appij; 11% 169, Catltle-rcad, Cardiff. e65iS>u28 Houses to Let by Powell, Lewis, and Co., Auc- tioneers, Temple-chambers, 8, St. John s-equare, Cardiff. J 55 and 57, Eldoa-rovi, Cardiff; rent 12s. t £ Weekly. Couway-road, Cardiff.—Capital Villa; rent 235 per annum to good tenant. e3982 Seven-roomed House to Let; No. 8, ■Cardiff.—Inquire at Jto. 15. e6566u27 _n ..ø- iflistellaneous Situations. SITUATIONS VACANT. Hairdressing.-Apprentice Wanted.—Adams, 54, St. Mary-street, and Wyndham Arcade, Cardiff. e6561u26 Two Bachelors Require steady, reliable Single Man to Look After Small Country House, do Plain Cook- ing, and Little Valetting; live in house; share rooms with kennelman.—Apply, first instance, with refe- rences, A. B. C., Hogg, Stationer, Queen-street, Car- diff. e4112 Wanted, an Apprentice.—W. Farr Jones, Saddler, 6. Groat Western Approach, Cardiff. e6549u22 To Tin-plate Workers.—Wanted, a good, steady Hand far General Work in a first-class shop.—Address Q 35, Western Mail, C)ardiff. 36036 Wanted nt once, a Young Man well up in Bread and' Smalls; must have thorough knowledge of Decker oveps.-Pullin, Aberearn. 4546u29 To Masons and Wallers.—Wanted, a Working Fore- man for a. Country Job.—Apply, by letter, W. Davies, Trade-street, Cardiff. 4492u26 Respectable Youit g Man Wanted as Warehouseman, with a good knowledge of the indiarubber and water- proof business.—Apply, Q 26, Western Mail, Car- diff. 4498u29 Men, Youths.—All Classes Requiring any Employ- ment write at once. Situation Guide free; busy time; hundreds suited; don't delay.-Tanper and Co. (Box 113). 112, Newington-caueeway, London. Men late Aimy, Navy, also write. 4505u2S Wanted, Married Man, with Son 15 or 16, with good references, to Work and Manage Milk Walk; wages, 30s. weekly, with house and shop free.—J. Young, Dairyman, Abertillery, Mon. 4413u28 Apprentice —Wanted, a sharp, intelligent Lad as Apprentice to the Blacksmifching —Apply Griffiths, Blacksmith, Ystradowen, near Cowbridge. 4480u25 Wanted, a. good Steam Navvy-priver; one accus- tomed to Rusten and Proctor Navvy.—Apply Q 22, Western Mail, Cardiff. 4490u26 To Draymen.—Wanted, a Man accustomed to horses, and to Deliver Beer. Apply to A. Buchan and Co., The Brewery, Rhymney, via Cardiff. 36002 Wanted, Coach Builders and Painters; used to car and 'bus woik.—Apply, stating wages and references, Tramway Factory, Oxford-lane. Cardiff. 4445u25 Pict,ire VmTp:e Makers.—Wanted. F!rstel.!«e Mount Ouvtrr and Fitter 11 p; none but experienced men need apply.—Address Freke.Duke-wtreet, Cardiff. 4444u25 Wanted at once, a thoroughly good Plumber.—Apply personally, to Henry Evans, R.P.C., Penarth. [u25 Colliers.—Wanted, about 20 good Colliers for new colliery, used to the Brass and small veins.—Apply to Prim Colliery, Onllwyn Station, near Neath. 35993 To Butchers.—Wanted, a thoroughly experienced Young Man as Slaughterman; none but competent need apply; good character indispensable.—Apply T. B. Brown, 226, High-street, SW¿I18ea,. 43bBu27 Wanted, about Twenty Surface Labourers Mr Gwaun-cae-Gurwen Colliery.—Apply to J. Harcreaves, Gwann-cae-Gurwen Colliery, Brynamman. L43o4u27 Wanted, Jobbing Smith for an Ironmonger's Shop; constant work.—Apply Roberts, Pontypridd. [4359u23 Tinman.—Wanted, a good, practical Man; con- stant employment.—W. Sandbrook, Ironmonger, Ebbw Vale. 4319u23 jMO a Month Can be Made with EM.—For parti- culars address Cansig, 154, Leadenhall-street, Lon- don. 4244s2 Saddlers and Harness-makers.—Wanted, for Two Months, General Hand.—Apply, stating wages required and experience. Baker, Saddler, Haverfordwest. [u26 Working Foreman Wanted; mugt be pushing, well up converting English and foreign timber; abstainer, with good references.—Lewis, Timber Merchant, Pontypridd. 4192u25 To Butchers.—Wanted, good All-round Man; must be well up in the trade; no other need apply; good reference required.—Nicholas, Paget-street, Grange- town, Cardiff. 4005u25 Electrical Engineering.—Messrs. Sydney F. Walker and Co. Have a Vacancy for an Articled Pupil.- Cardiff Electrical Works, Cardiff. 4001u23 12s. 6d. a Week Salary Offered to Male and Female in Town and Country for their Evenings or Spare Hours.-For particulars of appointment apply, en- closing addressed envelope, tfe. T. Smith and Co. (F 132), St Helen's-gardens, North Kensington, Lon- dca, W. L31665 An Under-Gardener Wanted, with a knowledge of stock and poultry; Christian; abstainer desired; wages 10s. weekly, lodge, milk, coals, vegetables.- Apply, by letter, No. 263, at Locke and Phillips, Advertising Offices, Newport, Mon. 4554u29 Wanted, Single Young Man to Travel Hackney Stallion; must be sober.—Apply, with references. J. Steen, Cross Roads Stud Farm, Cowbridge. 4482u2fo Wanted, indoor Man Servant or Footman; single- ha11ded; must clean boots and knives; state wages. -Address Box 26, Post-office, Newport, Mon. 4468u25 Wanted, good-Gardener; marriedTloTiveln lodge charge of two cows.—J- Humfrey, Llanwenwth House, Govilon. near Abergavfpny- 4332u27 Wanted, a consistent Churchman who understands horse and glass as Gardener and General Man.— State references and wages to Rev. S. Nichol, Llan- dough Rectory, Cowbridge. 4404u25 Two Bachelora Require eteady, reliable Single Man to Look After Small CountrY House, do Plain Cook- ing and LitUe Valeting; live in house, share rooms with kennelman.—Apply flret instance, with refe- rences, A.B.C., Hogg's, Stationer, Queen-street, Car- I diflL 35961 Wanted, handy, industrious Young Man Groom- Gardener, Generally Useful; able, to drive; good character; state age, height, wagM (indoors), refe- rences. Address Mr. Jones, Horse Shoe Hotel, Maes- teg, Glajnorganshire. 4318u27 Wanted, active Farm Bailiff for Small Farm, with a knowledge of plain gardening: Wife as Laundress.— Apply P., Locke and Phillips, Newport. 4283u26 Wanted] Groom-Gardener^ indoors^—State age, wages, references, and height, Mrs. Price, Bryn-awel, Glyn-Neath. 4133u25 Wanted, Groom-Gardener; must be steady and a careful driver.—Moms, Alltyscrech, Treboeth, Swan- sea. 3990u23 Wanted, a General Farm Labourer; good milker; no family; cottage and garden.—Apply Barrack Farm, Newport, Mon. 4179u25 Wanted, active Young Man as. Groom; must be accustomed to stable work and make himself useful about house and surgery.—Addree?, stating age, wages, weight, and address of last employer, to P 11, Weatcrn Mail Office, Cardiff. 4066p23 Wanted, a respectahle Boy (about TV) Able to Plough, and be Generally Useful; live indoors; wages £ 16.—Apply, J. Davies, Ochor Draw Farm, Bridg- end. 3994u23 Wanted, Young Man to Look After Pony and Trap and Small Garden and to Drive; good reference; live ont.-Apply, after six p.m., The Grove, Whit- church, Cardiff. 3996u23 SITUATIONS WANTEP- Wanted, by respectable Young Man, Situation M Night Watchman. or Any Place of Trust; excellent references, seven years.-E. Pritohsnd, 5, Canal-Street, Barrack Hill. Newport, Mon 4a55u29 Lady is Desirous of Emplovment, wHole or Part of Day; used to business.—Wnte Q 15, Western Mail, Cardiff. i 4440u25 Wanted, by steady, Middle-aged Man, Situation as Plumber, Glazier, Painter, and Paperhanger; dis- engaged.—Apply William Collings, ciydack, near Abergavenny. 4426u25 Shoeing Smith.-Good, steady Workman Sccks Situa- tion good references; married.—Apply a B. EgHnton, Prince's-road, Clevedon. 4329u23 Bakere.—Young Man Requires Situation "> good dough maker; quick moulder; good references— Address Baker, 39, Tresillian-terrace, Cardiff. _4j50u23 Butchers.—Young Man Seeks Situation as good Second in Shop or Slaughterhouse; four years e*. perience; good references; not afraid of work.—'(J. W., 3, Olive-road, Canton, Cardiff. 4351u27 Bakers.—Thoroughly experienced Baker Requires Situation in Bread and Smalls; good references-— State wages and particulars P 41, Western Mail, Cardiff. 4290u26 Mileral Water Trade.—Wanted, Situation; under- sttttda machinery, making syrups, te. eleven years' experience; abstainer; married; aged 30.—Parry, 45, Gordon-street. Newport. 4287u26 To Saddlers.—Situation Wanted by, ate&-a dy well used to colliery work .-Apply, 20, East Usk-rosd, Newport, Mon. 4246p26 IBressmakers, &r. Wanted immediately. Apprentice to the Dressmaking. Apply 98, Albany-road, Cardiff. e6571u28 Warted, a. Young Person to Sew and Make Her- self Useful, in a Shop; a dressmaker, with know- ledge of millinery, preferred.—Apply to 14, Caroline- street, Cardiff. e6564u27 Dressmaking.—Wanted, Indoor Improvers and Ap- prentices; good-class business.—Apply 9, York-place, Newport, Moil. 4551u29 Wanted immediately, a practical Milliner.—Apply Edmunds, Manchester House, Aberbeeg, Mon. 4501u29 ""Wantedr D^e^maker; well experienced.—Apply Edmunds, Manchester House, Aberbeeg, Mon. [u29 M ilinerv.—Second Hand stylish able to serve WeM).—Appiv, stating experience, salary, refe- rences, photo, Mrs. Lloyd Davies, Paris House, Llan. dilo. 451381 William Morton and Company, Queen-street, Car- diff, have Vacancies for the following — First-class Mantle Workers and Coat Hands; also Anpren- ijces. 35997 Millinerv.—Richard Lewis, 8 and 9, High-street, Swansea, has a Vacancy for a. thoroughly experienced Milliner. 4356u23 Millillenl.-Wanted immediately, a stylish Milliner; able to serve.—Apply, personally, or enclose photo and full particulars, James and Ihomaa, Pentre. [u27 ~Mi!Hnery.—A^stvlish Hand Wanted to Take Own Orders.—Full particulars to Rees, 14 and 15, Guild- hall-square, Carmart-hei-i. 4207u25 Millinery —Wanted, good Milliner to Execute Own Orders; serve when required.—All particulars, with photo, Wm. Lewis, Milford House, Tenby. 4250u26 Milhnerv.—Wanted, an experienced Milliner; also Young Ladies for Millinery Sales personal application preferred.—Dent Jones, Oxford-street, Swansea. [u25 "Dressmaking.—Wanted, an experienced First Bodice Hand.—Apply Evans and Allen, London House, New- port. Mon. 4178u25 Millinery. —Wanted, an experienced Milliner; Welsh necessary —Appiv, with full particulars, J. Morgana, Bradford House, Abcrgwynft R.S.O. 4053u23 Clerks anft jtlana gers* CLERKS AND MANAGERS WANTED. Wanted, in Solicitor's Office in Cardiff, Copying and Engrossing Clerk who Can Write Shorthand.— Apply Box 30, Post-office, Cardiff. 36021 Wanted, in Merchant's Office, Docks, Invoice Clerk; must be quick and accurate at figures.—Apply, in writing. Cashier, Simkin Bros. Cardiff. 4451u28 ~Wanted at once, a competent Architect and Sur- veyors' Assistant; temporary.—Apply, with full par- ticulars, to Griffiths and Jones, Tonypandy. 4386u23 "Wanted imniediatRly, for Well-known and Old-estab- lished Hotel in South Wales, a Manager having good knowledge of daily catering; preference given co an 'an; the highest testimonials as to ability, &c.. will lit: required.—Address in tirst instance Manager, care of W. H. Brown, E.-q., Solicitor, Bristol. 65971 Wanted, Young Man as Corresponding Clerk for an Engineering Establishment; one accustomed to shorthand preferred.—Apply, stating age and salary expected, to P 19, Western Mail, Cardiff. 4132u25 Wanted, an experienced Surveyor for a Large Col- liery in South Wales; must be good draughtsman and weil up in surveying, levelling, and measure- mt:nt of work.—State age, experience, and wages expected, to P 12, Western Mail, Cardiff. 4067u23 Wanted immediately, smart, well-educated Yc-uth for Engineers OfRce.—Apply, by letter, stating quali- fications, Fownes, 48, Mount Stuart-square, Car- diff. 4065u23 CLERKS AND MANAGERS WANT PLACES. Clerk Requires Situation any Gentlemanly Employ- mfnt; moderate salary; excellent references; 12 years' experience book-keeping.—Apply E., Bridge- strcct, Troedyrhiw, Glauu 4544u26 Oclliery Manager (26) Desires Management or as Assistant at good Colliery; experience haulages, pumping, sinking, &*• surveying, and assaying; reference present employer; moderate salary.—Q 29, Western Mail, Cardiff. 4558n29 Law.—Conveyancing, General, and Shorthand Clerk- ship Wanted; capable undertaking all-round work of office; highest references; aged 30.—Q 34, Wes- terns-Mail, Cardiff- 4550u29 Young Gentleman, with knowledge of shorthand^ spesking-and writing English, French equally well, Desires SituatiorL-Apply 48, Oakfield-street, Car- diff. 4399u28 Gentleman, 26, Desires Situation as Confidential Clerk or Secretary; over seven years' insurance exps- ivi'or: biyhf>sr teference5 -Dav!s, ?, Vii"tl«v-ro«d, Clifton. feriticoL 4^67u27 Architects, Surveyors, Estate Agehts.—Gentleman Desires Permanent Engagement; draughtsman, surveying, levelling; 2i years last engagement; excel- lent references.—N 14, Western Mail, Cardiff. [u23 ..$1)Op assistants, &c. SHOP ASSISTANTS WANTED. Grocery.—Wanted, a Junior Assistant, willing to drive out occasionally; indoors enclose reference.- Apply, stating salary required, Davies, Maesteg. [u28 Grocery and Provision Trade.—Wanted immediately, a. strong Lad as Apprentice.-Apply D. Wutkins and Son, The Emporium, Brynmawr. 4548u25 Drapery.—Wanted, respectable, well-educated Youth as an Apprentice to the General Drapery.-Apply Evans and Allen, London House, Newport, Mon. [u29 Drapery.—Wanted, respectable Young Lady Appren- tice, also a respectable Youth Apprentice.—Apply Pryce and Co., Drapers, Church-street, Mon- mouth. 4506u29 Outtitters.-A First-class All-round Hand Wanted immediately.—Apply D. J. Evans, Merthyr. 4515u29 Drapery.—Wanted, a sharp Youth as Improver.— State salary and reference, A. O. Miles, 2, Bute-street, Cardiff. 4530u29 Drapery.—Wanted, an experienced Hand to the General Drapery; full particulars first letter (Welsh). —Apply Rees, 14, and 15, Guild-hall-square, Carmar- then. 4425u28 Wanted, respectable Youth, about 16, used to fruit or grocer's business.—Apply Nurton and Co., Fruiterers, Windsor-road, Penarth. 4402u28 Provisions.—Wanted, sha rp Assistant; Welsh out- doors; quick counter trade.—Apply, stating parti- culare, P. G. lies, 4, High-street, Swansea. 4393u23 Lewis lewis and Co., Drapers, Swansea, Have Vacancies for experienced Young Men; Welsh. fu23 Apprentice.—Messre! Randell and Sons, Llanelly, have now Vacancy for a sharp, strong, and active Lad a.3 Apprentice General Stores; thorough train- ing. 4371u23 Good Assistant Wanted for Fancy Drapery and Millinery.—Apply Mrs. Williams, 25, Royal Arcade, Cardiff. 4369u27 Drapery.—Wsnted, a strong Boy, also Girl, about 14 yfars of age, as Apprentices; Wel6h.—J. Rees 'Evans, High-street, Swansea. 4359u27 St'owroom.—Wamted, &n experienced Young Lady for Millinery Sales; conversant in Welsh.—Apply to W. R. Edwards. Guild-hall-square, Carmarthen. [u27 G rocery. —Wanted immediately, good Junior; out- doors.—S. N. Jones, Abertillery. 4328u25 Grocers' Assistants.—Wanted, at Newport, good Jurnor Hand eccuetomed to provisions.—State full particulars, Abstainer, care of Milton. Locke. and Phillips, Newport. 4284u26 SHOP ASSISTANTS WANT PLACES. Ycvng Lady Requires Situation in Any Light Busi- ness, who has Trade as Dressmaker.—Apply 93, Wood- ville-road, Cat diff. e6573u28 NEW REASON'S GOODS. pBEAMBULATORS, ALL THE 1895 NOVELTIES, WITH THE MOST POPULAR OLD STYLES. MAILCARTS IN ENDLESS VARIETY. ALL THE LATEST PATENTS. We cordially invite Inspection of our SPACIOUS SHOWROOMS, Now containing First Arrival of 200 CARRIAGES AND MAIL CARTS. THE LARGEST AND BEST STOCK IN WALES TO SELECT FROM. Prices from 15s. to £ 7. Liberal Discount for Cash HUTCHINS AND CO. JH. (LIMITED). 19, DUKE STREET, CARDIFF. 63475 TROUSERS. GUABANTHBO PURE WOOL. SCOTCH AND IRISH TWEEDS. TO MEASURE. 12/6. TO MEASURE. Nothing to Touch Them at the price in Cardiff FIT ABSOLUTELY GUARANTEED. THE £ JASTLE OUTFiTTING CO 16, CASTLE-ARCADE (High-street End), } QARDIFF ^>eiuants, sarmaius, SERVANTS WANTED. Warted, good Strong Girl as General, about 15; Jond of children; able to wash.—Apply, by letter oniy, stating wages and refereuces, Mrs. Roderick, 67, Harnah-street, Porth. e6568u27 "Wanted, a General Servant.—Apply 54, Beauchamp- street,. Riverside. Cardiff. e6557u25 Wanted, by 4th of April, a good, strong Girl as General Servant; another servant kept.—Apply, stating age, wages, and references, to Mrs. Roberts, The Rock, st, Fagan's, Cardiff. «?6579u26 Wanted immediately, a Girl, about 15, to Do Light Housework; sleep home.—Apply, with reference, 3, Stuart-street, Docks, Cardiff. e6577u25 Wanted, good General; plain cooking; comfortable home no young children; washing put out.—Apply Gordon Villa, Severn-road, Canton, Cardiff. eu23 Generals Wanting Comfortable Situations, good wages (any town), send stamp, 1, Catherine-street, Aberdare Junction; no charge. e6550u23 Wanted immediately, a Housemaid, willing to be generally useful; no washing; three in family four servants kept-.—Apply, stating age, wages, and full particulars, Mrs. Cosens, B.Pidarn, Abervst- with. 4416u25 Wanted, House-Parlourmaid.—Apply Mrs. Allen, Blaen-v-Pant. Malnas. Newport, Mon. 4459u28 Wamted, for Near Cardiff, by First Week in April, Plain Cook: not under 30; girl between house and kitchen. Also good Single-handed Laundry-maid.- Apply, stating wages, Mrs. Nell, Ivy Cottage, Tenby. 4410u2t> Wanted at once, Plain Cook in Small Family; housemaid kept.-Apply Mre. F. Wride, Llanishen, near Cardiff. 4403u25 Wanted, for Country, good Plain Cook; about 30; single-handed; early riser.—State wages Mre. E. Bowen, Troedyraur, Newcas.tIe.Emlyn, South Wa.!es.4407u28_ Dairymaid Wanted for cheese, butter, milking; used to farmhouse work, pigs, poultry, &c.—State age, wages, Q, II, Western Mail. Cardiff. 4405u25 Wanted, a Housemaid; good references; some ex- perience.-Apply W. M. B., Cae Keniig, Aberga- vfjinv- 4372u23 ""Wanted at or.ee, House-Parlourmaid experienced in waiting and silver cleaning, for Country; good character indispensable.—Mrs. Ernest Lyne, Lansoar, C'aerleon. 4363u27 Wanted, House-Parlourmaid.—Apply 4, Devon-ter- race, Swansea. 4365u27 Wanted at once, a House-Parlounnaid.-Apply, with references, to Mrs. Merchant, Plaeyddenven, Ponty- pridd. 4338u23 Wanted at once, a gcod General Servant; house- maid kept —Apply, with references, to Mrs. Merchant, Plasydderwen, Pontypridd. 4337u23 Wanted immediately. thoroughly experienced General who can do Plain Cooking; part of washing put out; aged 28 to 38; housemaid and man kept.- Applv, stating reference and wages required. Mrs. Davies, Bryn Garw, Forth, Rhondda Valley. 432Du27 G.>d General Servants Wanted at once. Disen- gaged, Ccoks, Housemaids, Nursemaids, for Hotel and Private Houses.—Mrs. Thoniae, 10, Green-street, Cardiff. 4348u27 Wanted, an experienced General Servant, about 25 years of age; small family.—Apply, with full partici* lars, Mrs. E\&ns, John Evans and Co., Drapers, Polity- pridd. 4241.26 SERVANTS WAN1 D (Continued.) Waited, good General or lain Cook; family two; housemaid kept.Full part' alars to 1, Belgrave-ter- race, Walter-road, Swansea, 4236u26 Wanted, clean, trustwort V Girl as General Ser- vant; age, 16 to 18; must. j able to milk (one caw). -Send reference to Mrs. Jealey, Stackpole Park, Pembroke. ■ 4234u26 Welsh Servants Wanted, ;rly in April, m Gent-le- rir.n's Family near Lland> i;y—CC'Ok (good baker), experienced House-Pariourn, 'd assistance given in kitchen. Also Groom-Gardners and Pageboy.— Address Mrs. Perkins, 1,5 Manilla-road, Clifton, Bristol. if 4249u26 Wanted, a Plain Cook tbiTXoughly strong; a little housework; aged about 25. early riser; small family -.Apply: Miss Nevill, JTerryside, Carmarthen- shire. f 4246u26 Wanted, m'stworthy Girths General Servant for Small Family; no was; ;-j; must have good character.—Apply Hay. I Corn Stores, Lan- dore. 4219u25 Wanted immediately, Pl» j Cooks, Housemaids, and Generals; Diseniriiged. I rlourmaids and House- keepers.—Select Registry, jd, King's-road, Car- diff. 4204a25 Wanted, good General Ser Jit; able to do plain cocking; no children.-App,lv, stating wages and references, Mrs. Jenkins, G"ocer, Maindee, New- port. 4285u26 Clean, industrious Country .Sill Wanted; about 18; no washing—30, itutbin.g&rdens, Cathays, Car- diff. 4201u25 Wanted, good PlainjQook by Middle of April.—Apply Mrs. Hugh Peel, Mumbles. vansea. 4167u25 Housemaid Wa,nted; wagei. S10 per yee.r.-Apply; 235, High-street, Swansea. 4270u26 Wanted, clean Young Girl ;s General in BusiueaS House part washing put out two in famity.—Appty 84, Glebe-street, Penarth. 4193u25 Wanted immediately, atroB., Girl as Kitchenmaid; must know something of r;ar work.—Vickerman, Saundersfoot, Pembrokeshire. 4137u25 Wanted at ouce, Cook; usemaid kept—Apply Mrs. Isaac, Elm-grove, Dvnas ,'owis, Cardiff. 135924 Wanted, April 11th, experienced House-Parlour- Jnaid; Churchwoman; country.—State age, wages, references, full particulars, iJrs Baseett, Beaupre, Cowbridge. 35957 Wanted, a good Plain Coofl.—Apply, stating age, vrages, experience, and reierei .-es, to Mrs. Kirkhouse, Bryn Bedw, Tylorstown, Pu:ity-yidd. 3988u23 SERVANTS WAN): PLACES. Wanted immediately, a Sh.r.ation as Plain Cook or Working Housekeeper. Al- o a Situation Wanted as Sewing Maid in Gentleman's Family; good re- ferences.—Apply 23, Meadow jEtreet-, Ogmore Vale R.S.O. c656Su27 As good Cook, where ki tche imaid kept, for Gentle- man's Family.Please reply P 44, Westeru Mail. Car- diff. 4323u26 Wanted, by respectable Yo-^rig Person, Situation as Nurse; capable taking bs^y from the month.— Address Nurse, 29, Swan-strect, Swansea. 4543u29 Ccoking Wanted, by Day or Week, by experienced Cook.—Apply 71, Durham-rusd, Maindee. New- port. 4556u29 Wanted, Situation ail Under-ilousemajd; aged 18.— Apply g, A Williams, Alltuen, Poutardawe, 4516u26 ->- sit," j!tB! 'Sf' jg The Energetic Man who is dis- S S satisfied with his lot doesn't sit S S down to brood, X r be Hbvertigee I « Aund soon improves his position. m You oan do the same at a Cost of 81 I Twmmmwm mew, I ills AMA& raora jww. r-wry.m*WT.. f)n&lír 3musemeius)» CARDIFF. THEATRE ROYAL. LESSEE & Manager, MR. EDWARD FLETCHER LAST NIGHT OF OSCAR WILDE'S GREATEST PLAY, From the Haymarket Theatre, London, by arrange- ment with Mr. Beerbohm. Trpe, Messrs. H, H. Morrell's and Frederick Mouillot's Company, in- cluding Miss LINGARD as Mrs. Arbuthnot," and Lord Illingworth by Mr. FREDK. MOUILLOT, in A WOMAN OF NO IMPORTANCE Prices 6d. to E2 2s. Early doors 6.30. Doers Open at Seven, Commence at 7.30. Booking Offices at Messrs. Thompson and Shackell's (Limited), Queea-street, from Ten till Four. Tele- phone No. 521. 35731 MONDAY, March 25.-The Eminent Actor, Mr LOUIS CALVERT and COMPANY, in a Grand Revival of the Great Play— PROOF. MONDAY, April 1st, First Visit of Mr. D'Oyly Carte's Company in the latest Savoy Opera by Sir Arthur Sullivan and F. C. Burnaud- THE CHIEFTAIN. Box Plan Now Open. 35901 FJT H E JG M P IRE Manager OSWALD STeLL TO-NIGHT! THE SELBINI TROUPE Of Cyclo-musical Acrobats, In one of the most remarkable performances it is possible to see. BISHOP AND RICARDO, The Vertical Thin and the Horizontal Thick. A ludicrous couple. THE ARLOTTI TROUPE In "Merry Menials." J. P. CURLETT, the Belfast Boy. THE SISTERS MILLAR, Duettists and Instrumentalists. THE ADMIRABLE AVRIGNYS, In a Japanese Juggling Display. PAUL, the Pedalonomist. THE McCONNELL FAMILY Of Superior Vocalists. Next Week-THE FAMOUS VANONI, The Recherche Pavisienne, Twelve Months at the Empire, London. putilir Jiotires CLOSING SERVICE. SUNDAY AFTERNOON POPULAR SERVICES. PARK-HALL. SUNDAY NEXT, at Three p.m. ADDRESS—PRINCIPAL EDWARDS. CHAIRMAN-MARCUS GUNN, ESQ. Quartette, "God is a. Spirit" (Bennet). "The Sipgers (by permission), Miss Gwen Cosslett, Miss Annie Davies, Mr. R. W. Evans, and Mr. J. F. Proud. Anthem, The Heavens are Telling" (Haydn), Blue Ribbon Choir Selections by the Orchestra at 2.30 pjB^Confhictor^SIDNEYFn^OT^Iteg^j £ i6Q19^ ffufaltr Ifopomtments* QARDIFF SCHOOL BOARD' WANTED, a PAINTER, GRAINER, WRITER, and GLAZIER. Salary £ 2 per week. Applications, stating age and experience, together with copies (not originals) of recent testimonials, should reach me not later than SATURDAY, March 30th. None but Residents in the Borough of Cardiff need Canvassing will be considered a disqualification. D. REES, Clerk of t1¡. Board. Town-hall, Cardiff, March 22,1895. 36030"" Ep pg'g GRATEFUL COMFORTING BREAKFAST-SUPPER i 0 0 0 A BOILING WATER or MILK J 3393 BUY FROM THE MAKER. PARSLEY'S HANDMADE HATS All the Newest Shapes for 1895 Now Ready 2s. 9d. and 3s. 9d. 2s. 9d. and 3s. 9d. 15, WYNDHAM ARCADE, CARDIFF,also 10 TAFF-STREET, PONTYPBIDD (81922 fftiftltr amusements* CARDIFF. RAND THEATRE, vl Lessee and Manager, Mr.CLARENCE SOUNES TO-NIGHT (SATURDAY) Last Performance of the New and Original Military Drama, •rjlHE JJOAD TO jpORTUNE," A TALE OF THE KING'S DRAGOON GUARDS. Deors open at 7.80'clock; commence at 7.30. Prices 6d. to X I Is. Seats may fee booked at Messrs. 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"'IT "W COAL TRADE CRISIS. DO THE HAULIERS MEAN TO STRIKE? The "Financial News," in a leading article on the present crisis in the South Wales coal trade, after referring to the position of affairs and the pending ballot of the colliers on the question of whether they should withdraw their notice to stop work aiid again adopt the slid- icg-ecale arrangement, says: —"Our impression is that neither party wants to fight; but the fear is, nevertbaloss, that matters may drift. If the result of the ballot should be in favour of the renewal of the scale the position will be simplified, because there is little doubt that when a scale has been settled the employers will waive the notice they have given. It is, in connection with the position—already serious enough—a reprehensible. thing for anyone to put in cir- culation rumours which are not correct. It has been represented in one of the South Wales papers that even if the colliers continue to work after the end of this mouth, the hauliers are determined not to do so. There is no reason ior* thi3 statement. It is true the hauliers claims to bave, grievances of their own. euiaftvoaisinsr* to move the Home Secretary to inquire into the alleged illtreatment of horses underground, at the instance (as alleged) of employers, in South Wales. Such issues should not, however, be confounded with the general crisis. As a fact. the hauliers have passed no resolution to defeat the oolliers, as from the objectionable rumours would appaar to %on been the cMt." FURTHER RESULTS OF THE BALLOT. THE COLLIERS SUPPORT THE SLIDING-SCALE. The votes recorded at the Plymouth Collieries, Merthyr, show a large majority Ln favour of the continuation of the sliding-scale. The com- mittee charged with the duty of counting the ballot papers have declined, however, to reveal the exact papers. CV FARTHFA COLLIERIES, MERTHYR. For sliding-scale 882 For conciliation board 277 Majority 605 GEORGE COLLIERY, MOUNTAIN ASH. For withdrawing the notices given to teiminat-e sliding- scale 2781 For conciliation board 63 Majority for scale 209 DEEP DUFFRYN COLLIERY, MOUN- TAIN ASH. For sliding-scale 567 For conciliation board 188 Majority for seals 379 NAVIGATION COLLIERY, MOUNTAIN ASH. For sliding-scale 684 For conciliation, board 250 Majority for scale 4-34- ALLEGED CRUELTY TO ANIMALS. DEPUTATION TO THE HOME SECRE- TARY. Mr. Alfred Thomas, M.P., introduced to the Home Secretary on Friday afternoon Mr. Morgan Thomas, general secretary of the hauliers and wagemen of South Wales and Monmouthshire, and Mir. Gill, treasurer of tht; society. The two representatives desired him to call the attention erf Mr. Asquitli to the question of <-ruelty to animals, which, they allege, is very prevalent in many collieries. Mr. Morgan Thomas gave the Home Secretary many instances in support of his allegations, and he was supported by Mr. Gill. Mr. Asquith, in reply, thanked the two South Walians for the cognent manner in which thpy had stated their case, and said that, if they would send him a written report, embodying their assertions, he would go carefully into the whole question, and to do all that was possible to remedy the evils complained of. ■■
QEBTSRAH- DIPLOMATIC CHANGES. A Central News telegram from Berlin on Friday says:—It is announced in some of the n orning papers to-day that Count Lamina-, at present Ambassador at Washington, will suc- ceed Prince Radolin at Constantinople, the latter having been nominated Ambassador to St. Petersburg.
Accident to Councillor White. Councillor White, of Cardiff, met with a ra,ther bad accident. when in London on busi- ness on Friday. He wa,s making for his l otel --the Inns of Court-about five o'clock to get his lugg-d.ge; preparatory to leaving by the 5.45 train for home, and was waiting behind a 'bus to cross the street when a. doctor's carriage came into collision with ttiat vehicle. Coun- cillor White was struck on the shoulder and face by the splashboard of the doctor's carriage. The right chefk under the eye was badly cut, and t3ie wound bled profusely, but, fortunately, the injury is not of a serious character. He was conveyed to a chemist's shop, where t-he wound wa.s attended to. and he was able to leave by the express as he intended.
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SERIOUS LOCAL FAILURE. ICR. THOMAS CORY SUSPENDS PAYMENT. It is with regret that we ltarn from our Swansea. correspondent that Mr. Thomas Cory, of Swansea, who for many years has been one of the foremost merchants in South Wales, suspended payment on Friday. Mr. Thomas Cory is a brother of Mr. John Cory and Mr. Richard Cory, of the firm of Cory Bros. and Co. (Limited), of Cardiff. He has no connec- tion with this firm, but is a director of the Rhondda and Swansea Bay Railway Company, of the Penrhiwceiber Coal Company (Limited), of the Graigola Coal Company (Limited), of the International Coal Company (Limited), and I other companies. For many years he resided at Skatty Court, Swansea, and carried on an extensive business at Swansea as a colliery proprietor and coal merchant. For the past few years he has lived at Neville Court, Tun- bridge Wells, spending several days weekly at Swansea. to attend to his business there. Mr. Cory wa& chairman of the directors of the Bank of Wales (Limited), and on that bank .going into liquidation he was apppiutsd joint liqui- dator with Mi". C. E. Dovey, public accountant, of Cardiff. At the recent general meeting of the shareholders at Cardiff Mr. Vachell, solicitor to the liquidators, stated that he had received from Mr. Cory, and had recently paid to the credit of the liquidation, £ 10,000, being money received by Mr. Cory from the general manager of the bank in the matter of the pur- chase by the Bank of Wales )f the Noitth Wales banking business of Pugh Jones and Co. Mr. Dovey, in reply to questions put to him at the meeting, said that Mr. Cory had not had any personal overdraft at the bank, and was only overdue to the bank in a comparatively small sum in the matter of a colliery company in which Mr. Cory had an interest. It is said that Mr. Cory has paid to the bank since he has been director an amount of over B 15,000 in respect of accounts which he guaranteed on introducing them to the bank, and that during the past three years he has paid away in losses in unsuccessful investments made by him over £50,000. At the share- holders' meeting of the Bank of Wales it was determined to at once proceed against the directors of the bank for losses made by the shareholders through the alleged negligence of the directors. Mr. Cory realised that in these circumstances he could no longer properly continue to be a. liquidator of the bank, and he resigned his office. The result of this has been to cause a run upon him by his credi- tors, and he has been served with writs by several of them, some being for moneys for which he was a guarantor. Mr. Cory had been already largely assisted by his friends and had paid large sums of money, but, in the face of judgments now entered against him and a very large claim to be put forward by his recent co-liquidator for negligence in the matter of his directorship of the Bank of Wales, his friends felt they must decline to make further advanoes, and Mr. Cory accord- ingly suspended payment. Great sympathy will be felt for Mr. Cory throughout South Wales, as he has always been popular and respected in mercantile circles, and until a comparatively recent date has not only been wealthy, but most liberal and generous. Mr. Cory's books are in the hands of the accoun- tants, and it is not yet known what his liabili- ties and assets are, but we learn that his liabili- ties are a very much smaller sum than would be expected from the extensive business he has carried on for so many years, probably not more than £20,000. This is said to be owing to numerous claims having been sued for by creditors and paid by Mr. Cory and his friends. His petition has been filed at Swansea by Messrs. Vachell and Co., of Cardiff.
Lord Salisbury and Church Schools. The Marquess of Salisbury hsis sent a dona- tion of JE100 to the Church Day Schools' Fund, in aid of which he spoke at Limehouse on Thursday night.
Mr. H. Lewis, M.P., Convalescent. Mr. Herbert Lewis, M.P., has returned to his Parliamentary duties from Brighton, where he has been staying after an attack of influenza.
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LOSS OF THE ROYAL WELSH. THE CAPTAIN TELLS OF THE SUFFERINGS OF THE CREW. On Monday Captain Tate and the crew of the steamship Royal Welsh, arrived in Cardiff, by the Great Western Railway, from London. It will be remembered that the Royal Welsh foundered during a gale about ten days ago. The men took to the boats, and, after ex- pericuckjr gren iii-vatiens through cold and exposure, were brought home by s steamer bonad to London. The managing owners of the Royal Welsh were Messrs. Christie and Co., Cardiff. On Friday evening one of our reporters saw Captain Thomas A. Tate at his residence, 8. Albany-road. Questioned as to the disaster, Captain Tate said they left Antwerp for Rio de Janeiro, and on Sunday, hte 10th of March, when in36 N., 14 W., they encountered a regular hurricane. The sea was running very high. Towardis noon on Mon- day, the llt-h, the well was sounded, and lift, of water was found in tht s)«Ja hpJoL All Sit gpcspg -tasaatnd; .but the water steadily increased. At mid- night on Monday the waiter had reached the 'tween decks, and the main decks were awash with the sea. Seeing that the vessel was bound to founder, the men were ordered into the boats. They lay off about a couple of hundred yards from the vessel in two of the lifeboats, which were provisioned for ten days. About six o'clock in the morning the Royal Welsh went down head first. The boats were then steered to the east, making for the Canary Islands. Some time afterwards they sighted the mail steamer Danube, which took them on board, thoroughly exhausted and ready to drop. It is impossible to say how the leak occurred, or in what position it was. The vessel had before going to Antwerp been under survey at Swansea and had gone direct to the Continent to load. The shipwrecked men on board the Danube were treated with the utmost kindness, and were taken to Teneriffe and brought home on the steamship Damascus, wliose officers again treated them as well as they possibly could.
GLADSTONE AT BEAULIEU. APPRECIATIVE SKETCH BY A NEW YORK JOURNALIST. Mr. Ballard Smith, writing from Beaulieu, The Riviera, to The "New Yoik World," describes a visit he paid to the Hotel Cap Martin, where the Empeior of Austria, with his suite, was staying at the time, in the course of which he makes the following reference to Mr. Glad- stone :—"In this same hotel rotunda, within the hour, we are to see a greater man than any hereditary king or emperor or potentate of to- day, of yesterday, of the ranturv. Luncheon is just over when Mr. and Mrs. Gladstone come down from their rooms and take seats among the other .guests before the fire, awaits s; their carriage. The venerable statesman looks much older and more worn than when I saw him in London as he started for the Riviera, and when he gave the message to th-i Irish of America which I then cabled to 'The World.' The arduous journey in the bitter cold weather which met him in France, and its extra irdiiarv continuance here in the Riviera, have, evidertly been most prejudicial to him. He walked very ft-ebly to his carriage, escorted on the one side by his faithful wife and on the other by the hardly less faithful Mr. George Armitst^ad— l'iany times millionaire, who seems to have no object in life beyond this friendship and almost constant attendance—and now for the first time in his adult life looks all his age. I had come to the hctel hoping that Mr. Gladstone might wish to say something more to the American public on the prospects of Home Rule In Ire- lard, but Mr. Armitstead pleads that the states- man is in too feeble condition to talk upon politics, and that his restoration to health de- mands absolute rest from all political concerns for the present. The ex-Exprees Eugenie is a-no' her guesi at the hotel, except that she occu- pies a r-ottage in the grounds; and she, too, takes her daily walk abroad with a, single atten- dant, or more often alone. She also seems very feeble, and looks very old, supporting 'herself with a, strong crutch-stidk. She has lo;õ>Í svery trace of her former beauty and graceful car- riage."
CRailway Accident near Cowbridgre. On Friday afternoon a man named Rees was following his employment as a platelayer on the Taff Vale Railway, near Cowbridge, when he was knocked down and run over by a passenger train. Rees was conveyed to the Cardiff Infirmary where it was found that his right foot had been cut off, and that he had also sustained a fracture of the left leg,
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Killed a Man Every Year A BLOODTHIRSTY AFRICAN; BRIGAND. 1 Some Facts About the Career audi Horrible Tortures Practised by Areski, a Tiger of the Desert. 3 Th" most ferocious end successful brigand and i assassin that the modern world has known has just been arrested in his career of robbery, murder, and' aMuction in the rocky defiles of the mountain country adjacent on the north to the gr3&fc African desert. This country is « called Kabyles, and its inhabitants are Berbers, an untamable and bloodthirsty, race, dt scend-edi from aboriginal Africans and claiming descent! from Ham, the son of Noah. Areskin-el-Bachir 1 (the butcher) is a. worthy descendant of such a stock. He is npw 45 years of age, and, hy his own confession, has, in obedience to a vcw, for he is a most pious Mussulman, siain a man for every year of his life. How many more he has disposed of in the way of business he -in- clines to state. He is about 5ft. lOin. in height, well made, and sinewy. His fingers are long and tapering, and have a marked resemblance to the talons of a bird of prey. His feet are arched and small, his forehead high but re- s treating, and thickly seamed with wrinkles. His eyes are piercing when aroused, but at rest are veiled' and somnolent, like those of most Orientals- In fact, his countenance has many characteristics of the wild creatures of the rocks and woods. In ancient times the land of Egypt was subjeot to invasion and conquest by these fierce and relentless mountaineers, and mural paintings, monuments and pictured papyri have preserved ihe forbidding and fierce figures of these dark-skinned robbers. Their original names of "Mayzgi," or "Magdi." or ''Mahzy," were handed down in their legends as demons and evil .Tins x, rider the name of "Mazikeon," and were used by mothers to frighten naughty children. The robberies of this modem Barabas ire-oaH the exploits of Robin Hood and Fra Diavolo, save that they are unrelieved by the tinge of chivalry that lent a fictitious but pleasing glow of romance to the deeds of those dwellers "under the green- wood tree." Areski is a. prosaio villain, but none the less a. master villain, to whom such rose-water ruffians as Claude Duval, Robin Hood, or Fra. Diavolo must yield the palm. They never marked their birthdays by human sacrifices. At the head of a band of 25 robbers j Areski has terrorised all Kabyles, and set at 4 defiance the forces sent against them by the French Colonial Government. His men are as murderous as himself. All but one are in uio vigour of life; they are from twenty to forty years of age, and extremely secretive. Wrapped in their burnous, a flowing robe, silent and im- movable they await their prey. They have slain,, robbed, anc) cheated, but, strange to,say, only their own compatriots, for their is no re- cord of any white nima having- been, molested bv, them, and for this reason—they look u-, the m- terferenos of strangers as uncalled for and unfair. AMski has been many times caught, and even sentenced, but until now has contrived to escape by the aid of false witnesses. Unfortunately for him, he committed the grave error of mur- dering a man "with a pull." His last victim, au Arab sheikh, Abdul-Resehid by name, held fueudlv relations with the French Governor." General of Algeria. While carrying the tri- bute of several native villages to Algeria, he was captured, robbed of the money, and put to death with horrible torture. He was beaten with rods of, the thorny hibiscue common to tha country, his hands and feet were cut off, his tongue torn out by the roots, and, to finish all, his eyes were put out, and he was stabbed to death with a hundred wounds. The Colonial Governor at once eent an overwhelming force oi native police and French military to cap- ture El Bachir and his band. The strange discovery was made among the effects in Arei-ki a camp of a well-thumbed copy of the Koran. A richly-carved and gilt rosary, such as is used by dervishes, was also taken from the bosom of his drt-s6, so that it does not appear that this tiger of the desert did not appear that his life of murder and robbery in any" iso ei daggered his passage of the bridge "Al Sirat," finer than a hair, over which the true believer in Islam must walk bare-footed to Paradise, or, falling from which, by reason of the weight of his sins against the faith, must drop headlong into the embrace of hell. Not- withstanding his crimes, Areski found favour awl assistance with the very people among whom he murdered and robbed. This was owing to his undaunted bravery and the report that his body was impervious to ordinary wea- pons, and that his life could be only taken. by means of a tilver bullet consecrated with nivsterio4 ceremonies to "Azrael," the angel of death, and to Eblis," the moi arch of hell. A few years ago Areski was a porter on the quays of Algiers. Having oonumitted Q re bbery upon a fellow workman, he fled to his native village, where he.. assembled a band of villains, over whom he established complete mastery. One day three of his band gave into his hands a sum of 700 francs which they had stolen from a. traveller. The next day. learning that the traveller was a Venerable marabout of Soummam, he hastened' to restore the stolen money and slew the prin- cipal robber. From that time forth the name of Areski was respected by the most influential marabouts, and the wise men of the country declared that he was under the special protec- tion of the Prophet. One day, at a family fete, Areski assembled at Bou-Hini. his native village, all the natives of the country. More than a thousand guests were present at a festi- val where the Nautoh-Wallahs, or dancing trirls, displayed thoir most fascinating graces and gathered more than two thousand francs from the spectators, which they dutifully handed over to the bandit chief. It was oving to the excesses committed on this occa- sion that lie and his band were captured at the moment they were about to escape. Being tried and condemned to death, the robber- assassin and hi- band displayed the brutish resignation that distinguishes the Berber at his last gasp. The faith of Islam inculcates the helief that every man's "kismet, or destiny, is written upon his forehead by the finger of Allah, and that no efforts of his can change it. Consequently, when his time comes the Mussul- man wraps his head in his mantle and awaits death imperturbably, murmuring "Allah-il- Allaii, Mulianvmad resoul Allah," which he bflieves to be the shibboleth or password which will admit him into the gates of Paradise. Thus durinsr his trial, when the President of the Assizes put the usual questions, Areski replied. "The dead speak not." And from that moment till the fatal Sentence was pronounced, s like Iago, "he never more spoke word."
EMPLOYERS AND EMPLOYED A DEPUTATION TO MB. ASQUITH AND MR. BUXTON. Mr. Asquith and Mr. Sydney Buxton received a deputation from the Women's Industrial Corrcil at the House of Commons on Friday evening. Replying to tirir suggestions as to pending legislation on the relations of em- ployers and employed. Mr. Asquith said the Government was already in favour of raising the half-timers to twelve years, and if it could be incorporated without imperilling the Bill no one would be mppier than he. In regard to widening the Truck BilL it was almost abso- lutely impossible to prohibit, without any qualifications, deductions in a great many trades, but the Bill proposed to penalise deduc- tions unless agreed to by written contract 1.Dd unless reasonable particulars were delivered to the worker. Mr. Buxton said that to extend the Factories Bill, so as to include warehouses where packing was carried on and domestic workshops, he was afraid, could not be managed. He would consider it. He believed that com- pulsory deductions for oontributions to sick benefit societies were prohibited by previous legislation