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PUBLIC AMUSEMENTS. CARDIFF. fpHEATRE JJOYAL. Lessee and Manageress.Mrs. Edward Fletcher. Theatre Telephone. 362. THE ANNUAL "ROYAL" 17TH PANTOMIME. The Theatre will Remain CLOSED until FRIDAY, DECEMBER 24th, 1897 (XMAS EVE). When Mrs. EDWARD FLETCHER has the honour to announce THE GORGEOUS XMAS jp ANTOMIME, Written exclusively, entirely, expressly, and completely for the THEATRE ROYAL, CAR- DIFF, by Messrs. GIm RUE THORNE (the inimitable Comedian of the D'Oyly Carte Optra Companies) and F. GROVE PALMER, entitled- JJOBINfcON CRUbUE. MORNING PERFORMANCES MONDAY, Dec. 27 (Boxin2 Day;, i'UESDAY, Dec. 28, 1897, SATURDAY. Jan. 1. 1898. And Every Saturday until further notice at Two p.m. Early Doors at 1. Ordinary at 1.30. Additional Matinees will be announced in due course. The Company includes the following well- known Pantomime Artistes:- Miss Florrie Robina Mr. Tom Wallace Miss Barry Eldon Mr. William Benson Sisters Maude and Mr. Walter Stanton Lydie Montrose Mr. H. M. Clifford Sisters Kitty and Mr. J. W. Bradbury Jessie Burnett Mr. Carl von Benzon Miss Ernestine Walters Wee Johnny Miss Annie McBlane Mr. Arthur Ricketts Miss Charlotte The Evremond Troupe Hamilton Miss Nellie Sheffield And Specially-selected Chorus of 50 Trained Voices. Specialities by the Rose and Royal Quartettes, Atalanta, Skatinella and Delilia, Sibb and Slbb. the Lavender TrGupe of Bicyclists, the SISTERS NELSON, Lady Acrobats (first appearance in England), &c. EDISON'S PROJECTOSCOPE, the latest triumph of science, showing LIFE-SIZE Living Pictures of Local and General Interest. The Pantomime produced under the Stage Direction of Mr. E. EDMONDS the Entire Pro- duction being under the personal supervision of Mr. EDWARD FLETCHER. NOTICE.—During the Pantomime Season the Curtain will rise at 7 precisely-Overture at 6.45. Prices as usual. Early Doors Open at 6.0, 6d. Extra. Doors Open 6.30. Commence 7. Booking Offices at Messrs. Thompson and Shackell's (Limited), Queen-street, from 10 till 4. Telephone 521. 57249 RA N D THEATRE G Lessee & Manager, MR. CLARENCE SOUNES NOTICE.—The Theatre will be Closed until Boxing Day, Dec. 27, when will be Produced Mr. Clarence Sounes' Fourth Grand Xma.s Annual, JJOBINSON RUS0 E' By the Original Leopolds and their Grand Double Company of Pantomimists, making the strogest combination ever seen in the Principality. Pantomime pricesGrand Circle, 3s.; Stalls and Balcony, 2s.; Pit, Is.; Gallery. 6d. Sec-end Price at 9 o'clock. Early doors extra. Doors open 6.45. commence 7. Early doors 6. Box Office now open at Mr. R. Lane's, 3, Duke- Btreet. 57389 UCTORIA-ROOMS, ST. MARY- V STREET, CARDIFF.-D'ARC'S GRAND WAXWORKS.—Great Christmas Attractions and New Additions; all the latest and best. The Oldest Established Waxworks in Cardiff. The Madame Tussaud's of Wales.—Admission: —3d.; Children, 2d. Also Open on Christmas Day. 2660z22 g T I L L BOOM ING ELABORATE AND ARTISTIC PORTRAIT ENLARGEMENTS FOR THE READERS OF THhi "WESTERN MAIL." TAKE IT AT ONCE OR YOU MAY BE TOO LATE. WE CAN ONLY SUPPLY A LIMITED NUMBER. THE CELEBRATED JNDAO J30RTRAITS FINISHED IN CRAYON AND INDIA INK, BY the "AIR BRUSH" PROCESS. The Most Artistic and Permanent Portraits Now Produced. PRICE, SIX SHILLINGS AND SIXPENCE. TRESE BEAUTIFUL ENLARGEMENTS MEASURE 24 BY 19 INCHES OUTSIDE A TINTED SUNK MOUNT. .'a^eral Hundred Complimentary Letters have been received ironi reuu- rs who lui, v e taken .Advantage of this unique offer. Writing from Newport, a gentleman says: — "Please send another entargement. Exceedmgly pleased with the one I received a fortnight ago. From Llanelly;—"Portrait safely received, and I am highly pleased with it. Please find P.O. for 10s herewith, and forward as early as possible frame No. 28i." From Merttiyr:Am delighted with the portrait Please send No 62 frame." From Neath:—"I have received the enlarge- ment from photo. and im very pletscd with eame. I now enclose cheque 20s.. being the price of one of yonr best lraraes." From Ebbw Vale;—"The enlarged Photos came to hand yesterday, and may say I am very pleased with them. I want a pair of frames, and I will thank you to send two tolid oak frames. No 22 Money enclosed." We could fill a couple of columns, but the above will give some idea of the satisfaction these pictures are giving. VjlHE CHANCE OF A LIFETIME. These Pictures, if ordered through artists, would cost Irom two to four guineas, but we are offering them to you at Six Shillings tuid Sixpence. Have no fear of losing your small picture; it will be returned in as good order af received. Have you FATHER, MOTHER. SISTER BROTHER, or CHILD'S PHOTO that you wish «n!-irsre;l—perhaps some dear one who has passed away. whose likeness is now fading, and should bo preserved before it is too late? We will enlarge and oopy it into a beautifal portrait for you. S HALL WE MAKE YOURS. You will get an unheard-of bargain by availing yourself of this grand offer, and wo are glad to be able to give it to you. We can copy from any ohotos. large or small, tin-types, or any kind of glass picture We copy all pictures bust style—head and shoulders only. IMPORTANT.—NAME AND ADDRESS MUST BE WRITTEN ON BACK OF EACH PHOTO SENT. 62203 PUBLIC AMUSEMENTS. CARDIFF. 'Tis not in mortals to command success, but we'll do more-deserve it." THE E M P IRE. Managing Director OSWALD STOLL. TO-NIGHT 1 THE DAIRY MAID, A Comical, Musical, Rustic Sketch enacted by MISS GRACE BOND. MISS M. MONTGOMERY, MISS KATE REEVES, ALEC G. PEARSON. WALTER EMRO, EDWIN KEENE, And 12 CHARMING LADY DANCERS 12 PERMANE'S COMIC BEARS, Animals of Remarkable Entertaining Powers. PROFESSOR DUNNING, Ventriloquist. THE WEBSTERS, Comedy People. KENNEDY AND FOY, Two American Comedians, whose jokes go down. MISS NELLY NAVETTE, A Dancer of Exceptional Skill. DUNNING AND KAHN, In Manifestations of Magic. The Inimitable FRANK, WILLIE, and ALBERT BOISSET TROUPE, In "THE BRICKLAYERS." Next Week: — "JOLLYBOY'S JUBiLEE," A Xmas Rib-tickler. Box Office open daily from 10 to 4; Saturdays, 10 to 1. Also from 7 to 10 each evening for book- ings for subsequent dates. Two Complete Performances Every Evening between 7 and 9 and 9 and 11. IPHILHARMONIO HALL, ST. MARY-STREET, CARDIFF. ONE WEEK ONLY. BOXING DAY, -) THREE TIMES MONDAY, December 27th, ( DAILY. and At 12.30, 4 o'clock, TUESDAY, December 28th ) and 8 o'clock. And on WEDNESDAY, December 29. THURSDAY, December 30. TWICE DAILY. FRIDAY, December 31. }• At 3 o'clock and 3 and I o'clock. SATURDAY, January l.J Complete Representation in Animated Pictures on the Veriscope of the CORBETT AND FITZSIMMONS FIG H T For Fifty Thousand Dollars. 65,000 PHOTOGRAPHS AND TWO MILES OF FILMS Pass before the eyes of the spectators, re-producing THE ENTIRE FIGHT As it took place at Carscn City, Nevada, on March 17th, 1897, a special State Law having been passed to permit it. NOTICE.—This is the Original Exhibition which has attained such phenomenal success at the ROYAL AQUARIUM, LONDON, AND WILL NOT APPEAR ANYWHERE ELSE IN THE DISTRICT. The Public are Cautioned against Counter- feits and Colourable Imitations. Prices of Admission:—Circle, 2s. 6d.; Stalls, Is. 6d.; Pit and Balcony, ls. 57426 NEWPORT. THE E M P IRE. Managing Director OSWALD STOLL. TO-NIGHT! A SPANISH BULLFIGHT AND PANORAMA OF JERUSALEM On the S.O. CINEMATOGRAPHE. PALLES and CUSSICK, The Laughable Burlesque Men. MDLLE. EMMY'S FOX TERRIERS On Electrical Apparati. Varieties by other Artistes. L~Y~C E UM~ N E~W~P O R T M Proprietor.MR. CLARENCE SOUNES THIS EVENING, AT 7.30, ARIZONA JOE'S COMPANY, THE JJLACK TTTAWKS. Prices 6d. to £1 Is. Box Office open Daily Ten to Four. Telephone 158. Nat. Next Week: The Successful Comic Opera, "LA POUPER." 55694 CHRISTMAS ANNOUNCEMENTS. XMAS PRESEN TS WHAT MORE USEFUL PRESENT THAN A SEWING MACHINE, WASHING MACHINE, WRINGER, MANGLE, MAIL CART, PERAMBULATOR, BABY'S FOLDING CHAIR, FOLDING CRADLE, or COT? WHAT COULD PLEASE THE CHII DREN BETTER THAN A DOLL'S PERAMBULATOR, DOLL'S MAIL CART, ROCKING HORSE, TRICYCLE HORSE, EXPRESS WAGON, WHEELBARROW, Or SWING? A nice Rug fcr the Perambulator or Mail Cart wonid be a very acceptable present at this time of the year. All these are to be obtained in great variety at SPENCER S BABY CARRIAGE WAREHOUSE, jgT- JOHN'S £ JHURCH-OQUARE CARDIFF °7347 Alortimer's Mixture For Cfoup. Whooping Cough. Coughs, & Colds Of all Chemlsta. Price. 1/1M THE EVENING EXPRESS CAN BE OBTAINED EVERY NIGHT OF THE FOLLOWING NEWSAGENTS- CENTRAL.- SEYMOUR, WOOD-STREET. MRS. DENISON, 7, WOOD-STREET. HELLIER, BRIDGE-STREET. J. JAMES, 31, BRIDGE-STREET. E. GILLARD, 5, CAROLINE-STREET. BAKER, THE HAYES. J. HOGG, QUEEN-STREET. CANTON— EVANS, LOWER CATHEDRAL-RO\D RICHARDS, LOWER OATHEDRAL- ROAD. DOWN, POST. OFFICE, CLARE- STREET. REES, 55, COWBRIDGE ROAD. DOWN. POST-OFFICE, COWBRIDGE- ROAD. HUGHES, 64, COWBRIDGE-ROAD. KNOWLES, 102, COWBRIDGE-ROAD. LEWIS, 152, COWBRIDGE-ROAD. BAKER, 166, COWBRIDGE-ROAD- WILSON. 194. COWBRIDGE-ROAD. RIORDAN, 212, COWBRIDGE-ROAD. ROUND, 3, KING'S ROAD. WEBB. 13, KING'S ROAD. W. T. CLEVES. ROMILLY NEWS- AGENCY, SEVERN-ROAD. WILSON, 12, CLIVE-ROAD. SMITH and CO.. ATLAS-ROAD. W. WHITE, la, SEVERN-ROAD. < BOATH EVANS, 47. ALBANY-ROAD. TALBOT, 52. BROADWAY. ROBERTS, 28, BROADWAY. FLEMING. 61, BROADWAY. MORGAN, 119, BROADWAY. WHITE, 120, BROADWAY. REES. 49, METAL-STREET. THOMAo, 3, CLIFTON-STREET. ROPKE, 16, PEARL-STREET. D. F. MORRIS, 209, RICHMOND nOAD. LOCKE, 8, MACKINTOSH-PLACE. LA^ivLXCE, 14. CASTLE-ROAD. ROWLEDGE. 78. CASTLE-ROAD. PADFIELD, CASTLE-ROAD. DAY AGE, CASTLE-ROAD. MUMFORD, CASTLE-ROAD. MRS. KING, 7. CASTLE-ROAD. ELLIOTT, BANGOR-ROAD. CATHAYS.- WILLIS 14, MUNDY-PLACE. A. HANCOX, 80, SALISBURY-ROAD. STODDARD. 55, UPPER GEORGE STREET. ROSS, 49. LETTY-STREET. C. STEVENS, 136, WOODVILLE- ROAD. WILLIAM GREGORY, 7, THE HEATH. W. GREGORY, 7, ALLAN'S BANK- ROAD. DOCKS— RUSSE1.L. STUART-STREET. J. SWAGE. 150. BUTE-STREET, TYLER, 38, BUTE-STREET. SALTMEAD.- JOHN, 58, CLARE-ROAD. I Å GENTS CONTINUED. GEANGETOWF.— PARSONS, G. W., HAIRDRESSER, PENARTH-ROAD. "THE DON," 140, PENARTH-ROAD. SHELDRICK, 1, AMHERST-STREET. HART. 49, HOLMESDALE-STREET. MISS J. FRANCIS, 142, PAGET- STREET. NEWTOWN— FISHER, 2, ADAM-STREET. DA VIES. 29, ADAM STREET. XOORS.- C. W. HUTCHINS, CARLISLE. STREET. FLEMING, SPLOTT-ROAD. MORGAN, 18, PORTMANMOOR- ROAD. THOMAS DAVIES. NOAH'S ARK, PORTMANMOOR-ROAD. HIVERSIDE-— MRS. LONG, ELDON-ROAD. TURNER, 68, ELDON-ROAD. THOMAS, TUDOR-ROAD. MRS. THOMAS, TUDOR-ROAD. A. E. MATHER. 58, TUDOR-ROAD. A. BLUCERT, 89. TUDOR-ROAD. ELY- PITTARD. LLANDAFF.- Mrs. WOOD. ST. PAGAN'S'— MILDON. WHITCHURCH. REYNOLDS. LLANISHEIT.— Mrs. ROBINSON. COGAtt.- GODFREY. JOSEPHS. PENAETH— MRS. PASEY. GLEBE-STREET. HALL, GLEBE-STREET. BABBYi— F. C. MILNER, POST-OFFICE, HIGH- STREET. BEDINGFIELD AND CO., NEWS- AGENTS, &o. BA.RRY DOCK— W. H. SMITH AND SON, RAILWAY BOOKSTALL. COUZENS, THOMPSON-STREET. T. EVANS, HOLTON-ROAD. D. JONES, BARRY DOCK POST. OFFICE. CADOXTON.- E. TOWNSEND, BARRY-ROAD. F. FAIRBAIRN, 55, VERE-STREET. TREFOREST.- RICHARDS- HILL. BA.RRY ISLAND— T. POWELL. ALL SMIT H & SON'S BOOKST ALLS. i r • in • i_ « i j. :—i. PREPAID ADVERTISEMENT. "EVENING ÈXPRESS." ONCK. TKREB SIX TIMES. TIMES 0 Words 0 6 1 0 16 30 Words 0 9 16 2 40 Words 1 0 2 0 3 0 50 Words 3 3 0 3 6 Notice to Advertisers. IMPORTANT.—Advertisements to be classified must reach this office by 10.30 a.m.; but they can bo inserted up to 4.45 p.m., under head- ing of TOO LATE FOR CLASSIFICATION. The boxes provided for answers to Advertise- ments appearing in the ''Evening Express" are not intended for any other purpose whatever, and cannot be allowed to be used for Lhe distribution oi printed or written advertising circular or announcements of any. kind. The above cuarges apply only to consecutive insertions of thp following class of advertise- ments:—Situations Wanted or Offered, Apart- ments. Money Wanted, Partnerships. Lost and Found. Miseellftinnris Wants Ptisinesses, Honses. Shops. Offices to Let or Sell, Specific Articles for Sale Privately. Name and Address to be counted. Orders sent through the post, to be accom- panied by Postal Order or Halfpenny Stamps. Advertisements are received also Cot the following srib-offlces: — NEWPORT TEET>F(rA'R-RT'RFET SWANSEA CASTLE-STEEET MERTHTK VICTORIA-STREET. PONTYPRIDD 4a. TAFF-STREET. HEAD OFFICES: CARDIFF: ST. MARY-STREET. POULTRY. POULTRY.—If you want your birds to pav -L you write for prices and samples of food to Noah Rees and Son, Hay, Corn. and Seed Merchants. Cardiff. e6115 BICYCLES. SPECIAL Clearance.—Six Solid Safeties, kJ 38s. 6d.; 4 Cushions, 60s.; 4 Pneumatics, £ 5; cash only.-Morris Bros., Cycle Works, Ponty- pridd. Repairs, Platiuj, and enamelling promptly. e!947 DRESSMAKING, I DRESSMAKING.—Ladies' Tailor-made and Braid Costumes. Wadding and Evening Dresses. Mantles, Ac., Made in the Latest Style; fit guaranteed.-Address Lewis and Evans, 78, Wyndham-crescent, Cardiff. e5836 MISCELLANEOUS. I TOBACCONISTS Commencing.—See Illustrated T Guide (259 pages;, 3d.—Tobacconists' Out- fitting Company, 186. lSuston-road, London. Hairdressers fitted. Manager, Henry Myers. el0566d EARTHENWARE- and China.-Seconds £ 2 Crates; best £ 3; or will send IS dozen Seconds Articles for 17s. 6d. Write for Lists.- Webbe and Co., Longton, Staffordshire Pot- teries. e6034 IS Tour 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 Castle-street), by James Keir, for ten years with Mr Spiridion. Clocks and Music Boxes Cleaned and Repaired. e4209 MISCELLANEOUS LALES. FOR Sale, large-sized Kennel, in excellent con- dition, cheap; can be seen any time; no use to present owner.—Apply A 1, Evening Express, Cardiff. e6546 1 000 Business Cards. Memorandums, or Bill- i heads, 3s.; 10,000 Useful Handbills, 2s. 6d.: samples free.-Fisher and Co., Machine Printers, Broadmead. Bristol. e4418 FIREWOOD at Cardiff Union Workhouse, 2s. per Cwt.; delivered in any part of the borough.—Orders to Master, Workhouse. e6574 LARGE Assortment oi Christmas Cards Now on View.—Stationery Department, Wes- tern Mail, Cardiff. e53430 PARLOUR Games, Is., post free; Obstacle i. Race, Quoits, Japanese Billiarcte, Chinese Bagatelle, and the Latest Novelty. "The Penalty Kick Table FootbalL-Stationery Department, Western Mail. Cardiff. e50430 '^O'J Thick Buff Copying Sheets; extra strong; O specially adapted for typewritten letters; letter-size, 2s.; foolscap. 2a. 6d.—Stationery Department. Western Mail, Cardiff. 50430 SIXTY Years a Queen.—Part I. Now Ready; C3 6d., postage 2d.—Western Mail Limited, Cardiff. INVOICE and Letter Files. All the leadir,cc stvles.—"The Sequence File," "The Warwick File," "The Standard File," "The Common- sense File "—Stationery Department. Western Mail. Cardiff. 50430 "QAVE Time" Letter Cards, 25 for 4td.. post O free; an improvement on the Govern- ment card.-Stationery Department, Western Mail. Cardiff. 50430 THE "Handy" Book Marker, 3d., post, free.— Stationery Department, Western Mail, Cardiff. 50430 lLB. Cream Notepaner and 100 Envelopes, is., -L in Two Sizes, Private or Commercial.— Stalbnery Department, Western Mail. Cardiff. MILKSELLER'S Delivery Book, Is.— stationery Department, Western Mail, Cardiff. 50430 THE New Game, Table Football, Is., uost free.—Stationery Department, Western Mail. Cardiff 50430- ADHESIVE Linen, Tape for Repairine Music, .*c., 3d., post free, per roll.—Stationery Department, Western Mail, Cardiff. 50430 AUTOMATIC Constant Level Inkstand; Is. 2d., A post free.—Stationery Department, Wes- tern Mail, Cardiff. 50430 1 000 Page Letter Copying Book; half l.ound > calf, 5s.; special line.—Western Mail Sta- ticrery Department, Western Mail, Cardiff. mHE "Trvpograph" Copying Apparatus; pro- X duces thousands of copies from one hand- writing or tvpewriting.—Price list on applica- tion to Western Mail Stationery Bepartmant, Cardiff. 50430 r +Vio "A" Af +h", u-inc1v mnnstpr n.s miiolflv r APARTMENTS TO LET. LARGE Front Sitting-room, One or Two Be$» rooms, with or without board; close t# town and stations.-9, Park-place, Cardiff. zM OO Charles-street, Cardiff.—First-class Apart* ments; central, near stations, tramsu good cooking and attendance. 2514z?.4 FIRST Class Apartments—Drawing-room ani One or Two Bedrooms.—56, Cathedral-roai (close to Park Entrance), Cardiff. 2491z23 PENARTH.—Lansdowne Private Hotel; extend P sive Channel view; superior accommoda- tion; moderate qhai geg; special terms to per- manent boarders. 2803d I in .gag SHOP ASSISTANTS WANTED. A DVERTISERS are Cautioned that Post- masters are Not Allowed to Deliver Letters Addressed to Initials or Fictitious Names at any Post-office. Letters addressed to Initials or Fictitious Names must bear the address of the Advertiser or one of the Offices of the Western Mail. WANTED immediately, by Tondu Co-opera- tive Society, Manager. Grocery and Boots; 160 members; Welsh necessary; state salary and experience.—Apply, by 29th inst., Secretary, Co-operative Society, Aberkenfij R-S;0- 2687z24 GROCERY.—Wanted, to Manage Branch; must have exceptionally good references. Als<| good Provision Hand.-Apply, stating age antt salary, Knoyle, Llanelly. 2676z29 BOOT and Shoe Department.—Wanted, good Saiesman for Boot Department; thoroughly experienced; one abie to execute own repairs and take charge.-Apply Co-operative, Cross Keys. 57423 SHARP and willing Boy Wanted for Counter. S -Apply 59, Tudor-street, Cardiff. 2642z23 WANTE*D immediately, thoroughly expe- rienced Ynung >ien for Drapery and Dresses.—Apply W. Edwards, Draper, Swan- sea. 2628z28 C^HOOLA Tea Ccmpany.—Vacancy for smart J Youth, 17, some experience, or Apprentice, without premium; Penarth. Also Lad. out- doors; good openings. 2607z28 DRAPERY.—Wanted, Two Young Men, im- mediately after Christmas, Flannel and Linen Departments; about six years' expe- rience; medium trade; permanency.-Roberts, 86-90, St. John's-road, Clapham Junction, London, S.W. 2615z27 GROCERIES.—Wanted at once, Young Man Well Up in Groceries; good wages to good man.—Apply Davies, National Stores, Barry Dock. 2597z22 LEWIS LEWIS r.nd Co., Swansea, have L Vacancies for Two experienced Young Men for the Clothing Department; Welsh; personal application preferred. 2579z22 WANTED immediately, pushing Salesman for Boot Department; good window-dresser and stock-keeper; one competent to overlook repairer.—State age, wages, &c. (outdoors). Manager. Co-operative Society, Abertillery. [z24 GROCERS.—Wanted, smart up-to-date Junior immediately after Christmas.—Rampore Tea Company, 2, Commercial-street, Newport, Mon. 2543z24 GROCERY and Provisions.—Wanted imme- diately after Xmas, Single All-round Assistant; willing, quick, and obliging.-Full particulars first letter, Young. Barry. 2510z23 GROCERY a.nd Provisions—Wanted, good C- Junior, at once.—Apply Heal, Salisbury- road, Cardiff. 2442z22 CLERKS, etc., WANTED. ADVERTISERS are Cautioned that post- masters are Not Allowed to Deliver Letters Addressed to Initials or Fictitious Names at any Post-office. Letter? addressed to Initials or Fictitious Names must bear the address of the Advertiser or one of the Offices of the Western Mail. RESPECTABLE Boy Wanted for Office Work; hours 5.30 p.m. till '.11.30 p.m.—Apply at once, Advertisement Counter, Western Mail Office, Cardiff. 57427 OFFICE Boy Wanted; able to write short- hand.—Apply, bv letter, with references, to J. Trevethan, 20, Working-street, Cardiff. z24 (1IVIL Service Appointments.—Numerous J Vacancies and Good SalM-ies; brilliant successes May, 1897; passed 604 last year; full particulars free—Mr. Skerry, 4.A., Y.M.C.A., Bristol. f 7420 OFFICE Boy Wanted at once.—Apnlv, between 10.30 and 11 To-day (Wednesday), at Adver- tisement Counter, Western Mail Office, Car- diff. 57390 JUNIOR Clerk Wanted in Office at Docks; must write a good hand and be quick at figures.—Address, stating age, present employ- ment. and wages, to L 53, caije of Lennox, Docks, Cardiff. 2626zZ3 POSTAL Telegraph Clerk HFemale) Wanted, for January 1st; understand single needle; live in.-L 52, Western Mail, Cardiff. 262Jz23 Pupil Wanted in the Office of Civil and AMining Engineer.—Apply L 43, Western Mail, Cardiff. 2575z27 Pi .—An Income of 12s. 6d. to £ 1 per Week c&JL Can be Earned in Spare Hours or Even- ings by Either Sex who can Write.-Proof sent free anywhere to anyone sending self-addressed envelope to T. Smith and Go. (Department 9 B), 79, St. Helen's-gardens. North Kensington, Lon- don. L12562 CLERKS, etc., WANT PLACES. ADVERTISER Wishes Re-engagement as General Clerk (knowledge of shorthand and book-keeping) in Solicitor's in Cardiff; highest references.—L 28, Western Mail, Cardiff. z22 AGENTS, etc., WANTED. A DVERTISERS are Cautioned that Post- A. masters are Not allowed to Deliver Letters Addressed to Initials or Fictitious names at any Post-office. Letters addressed to Initials or Fic- titious Names must bear the address of the Advertiser of one of the Offices of the Western Mail. CANVASSERS.-Wanted., a Few intelligent, C well-educated Men, principally for Evening Wcrk.—Apply, by letter, or between nine and ten a.m., to S. Hern, 94, St. Mary-street, Car- diff el0571z27 WANTED. Agents for South Wales, Exley's Acetylene Automatic Gas Installation.— Original patentees and makers, Exley and Co., Byram-street, Huddersfield. 2659z29_ WOOLLENS.—Messrs. John Fisher and Sons, W Huddersfield, are Open to Engage Repre- sentative for South Wales and Part West of England.—Address first place Norton Pearce, Aberthaw House. Barry. 2641z23 A A WANTED, an energetic Agent who Under- stands the Business, and is in touch with Principal Confectioners and Buyers, to Represent Us in Cardiff, Newport, and Dis- tricts.—Apply. giving full particulars, to Baker and Co., Wholesale Manufacturing Confec- tioners, Cork. 2614z24 AN energetic Man, with some spare time, is Wanted; a good and constant income is assured to suitable man.—Address L 45, Wes- tern Mail, Cardiff. 2572z27 A GENTS Wanted Everywhere, Canvassing A Shops, Hotels, and Principal Families, in Town and Country; liberal commission and salary: good reference.-Apply, by letter, U 12, Western Mail Offices, Swansea. 2498z23 WANTED, by a Firm of Brewers, a good Traveller, with experience in Carmar- thenshire, Pembrokeshire, and Cardiganshire Districts; good salary; references required.— Address L 31. Western Mail, Cardiff. 57315 I the Drosnpnh of hav-inc Pliil Snmlilpcrwa.

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