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REVISED ADVERTISEMENT SCALE f->^ere(i. Apartments Wanted, Money lam. ^artnerships. Lost and Found, Miscei- 8 r)—3,1113 and Sales, Businesses, Houses, irsprt^ ■ F?' to Let or Sell, if prepaid, are ■PvnLI' ..m. "Western Mail" and "Evening ■flxpress^at^ the following rates: — WORDS. ONCE THRKE SIX TIMES. TIMES. 20 Words 1 0 2 0 3 0 Each extra 8 Words 0 4 0 8 1 0 The following specially reduced charges will be made for the insertion in the "Western Mail" and "Evening Express" of Situations Wanted, Apartments to Let:- WOKDS. ONCE THREE SIX TIMES. TIMES. 20 Words I 0 6 1 0 2 0 Each extra 8 Words 0 2 0 4 0 8 ThIs scale does not apply to Furnished Houses or to Seaside Lodgings. — REMITTANCES. Cheques or Post Office Orders should be remit-tel in reference to Postage Stamps. Postage Stamps (Halfpennvi are not refused, but. as they are ofteu lost in the Post, they must if remitted be sent at the Sender's risk. Cheques and P.O.'s should be crossed and Made Pavahle to D. W. THOMAS. ANSWERS TO ADVERTISEMENTS. letters addressed to Initials or Fictitious Names are not neiiverea from any Post-office, bub are returned to .ne sender throusfh the Dead Letter Department Replies to advertisements directed to the "Western v e handed out on production of a icicef;, wliiclx maybe obtained when the advertisement AAAre(^» or.kliey will be forwarded to the Advertiser's Adaress providing stamps to cover postage are supplied. Unjnnal testimonials should never be enclosed with xr •??? advertisements addressed to the Western ^copiesonly should be sent). ?t~I^YERTISERS ar« Cautioned that Postmasters are -Allowed to Denver Letters Addressed to Initials or rietibous 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. &ost ano Jtnmft. T ADY'S Gold Watch and Chain Lost Wednes- day Evening between Great Western Station and Albany-road.—Ten shillings reward paid to under upon returning them to Central Police- station. 3466n7 CItrfrat. CURATE. Priest, Wanted at once, for the h' Parish of Whitchurch.—Apply Vicar, Whit- e urch. near Cardiff. 3669nll iBusiral* ANTED at once, good Contralto or Full » Mezzo for Touring in Quartette; splen- did opportunity and permanent if suitable.- Enclose photo, if possible, Royal Welsh Singers, Empire, Blackpool. 3S91n6 MUSIC-Mistress Required for School; piano, violin, singing; salary, £ 40; resident. Also English and Nursery Governesses.-14, 'irinity- street. Cardiff. 3501n5 iWetiteal. WANTED, to Purchase a good-class, non- advertising Deotal Practice, or Reims suitable for Dentist; over chemist's shop pre- ferred.—State full particulars and address G 49 Western Mail, Cardiff. 3637nll WANTED, Outdoor Qualified Assistant Welsh preferred) in Collierv District; pro- gressive saJa.ry, with share.-G 26, Western Mail, Cardiff. 3503n5 YORK House, Llandrindod Wells.—For In- valids and Convalescents; provided with -every home comfort and nursing care.—Pro- prietress London Hospital certificate, Nurse and Masseuse. Resident Patient taken during the winter. 31?4n7 /CHEMIST'S Retail for immediate Disposal, Newport; suit beginner; email capital.— Particulars R. Prust, Broadway, Cardiff. al497 A CCOUCTIEMENT.—Superior Home for LndyT A skilled nursing; every comfort; highest rpferences. Mater, Howard's Library. 195, Ehurch-road. Hove, Brighton. 3603n9 £ >rl)0la$tic* CIVIL Service Appointments.—Excellent Tui- tion fo- all Examinations in Class or by Post; passed 731 last year.—Particulars free (state age). Mr. Skerry, Y.M.C.A., Bristol. 59859 V ACANmES Next Term for Two or Three Boarders in Girls' School; every advan- i^ge; terms moderate.—Miss Small, Belle Vue school, Cadoxton-Barrv. Cardiff. 3449n6 Taachers Wanted. T\r ANTED. Certificated Infants' Mistress (or Art. 50). Also Teacher under Article 68; salary according to qualifications.—Master, Maindv School. Cardiff. 3510n5_ WANTED. 1st September, for the Lower Standards in Pontvnool Town National School, Two Assistant-Mistresses, qualified "nder Art. 50.-Apnlv. stating salary required, Rev. C. E. T. Griffith, Trevethin Vieirafre, gpntypool. 3418n5 Teachers Want Employment. FIRST Class Army Certificated Gymnastic, Fencing Jnstrnctor.—Wanted, Situation as above.-G 53, Western Mail, Cardiff. n7 WANTED, bv Trained Certificated Mistress, Country School, with House preferred: married: husband, preparing for Holy Orders, would assist in parish: excellent references — Apply G 43, Western Mail. Cardiff. 3599n7 "EXPERIENCED Tutor Seeks Holidny Engage- f-* ment, from Julv 24th to Middle of Sep- tember; four years in last engagement; Eng- lish. classics, mathematics.—Address 14, Trmi+y- Btreet, Cardiff. 3564n6 $ouscfceeprrs, Companions> Housekeepers "ompanione, &c., Wanted. "pXT'ERIENCED Workins Housekecper or sune- rior General Required for a Country Place pv a Widower; no children; must be respec- table and thoroughly trustworthy; aged not nnder 28.-Applv stating references and wages required, to W. Williams, Bryncynon. Hir- wain. 3654nll Housekeepers, Companlon3, &c., Want Employment. WORKING Housekeeper Disengaged: suit W bachelor, widower, or single gentleman; seven years' references.—M., 30, Dock-view- chambers, Barry Dock. 3467n7 YOUNG Ladv Requires" Situation as Useful Companion; eond reference.—Apply W.. care of j. Green. 16, Gilbert-place, Llanelly. rn5. IBomestic &>eruant5. Nurses Wanted. WANTED "at~once,"an experienced Mother's Help, to Take Charge of Four Children; Youngest two years.—Apply 31, Richmond-road, Cardiff. 36^2nl:i QUEEN"Street Registry Office, 2. Frederick- street (Corner Queen-street).—High-class for Governesses, Domestic Servants.—-Mrs. Wedge, Manageress. 366/nil lVTURSE Wanted, as soon as possible. thoroughly experienced, to Take Baby "om the Month; no other children; good salary given —Apply Mrs. Jones, lo, Plymouth- ^Ocid, Penarth 3622nll WANTKD immecliatelvTNur^-Attendant for Elderly Invalid Lady: mnft be ^ons cneerful, Welsh speaking.—Apply Mrs. Th inias, Djmlaiids. Cowbridge. 3580n9__ T\7"ANTED, experienced Nurse to Take B^by from the Month.—Apply Mrs- K^l. Alteryn, Newport, Mon. two WANTED, July 25th, NurseT~tw(T'children Slfive and three); clergyman s family; ?°d needlewoman; good references required.— Irs. George, 30, Stow Park-avenue, Newport. n7 "V URSE Wanted for Penarth for"Three Chil- dren; good needlewoman; good wages. Apply 1. De Tracey Villas, Woolacombe Bay. nb Cooks Wanted. WANTED, good Plain Cook: two in family.— State age, wages, reference, and full ticulars, Ty'n-y-CofeH, Llandaff. 3645n7 ANTED, a good Plain Cook—Apply, stating age. wages, and references, to Mr*. Kirkhouse, Bryn Bedw, Tylorstown, Ponty- Pndd. 3630nll WANTED, thoroughly good Plain Cook, Will- ing Do Some Housework; two other ser- no boots or knives; must have good Oaklands, Llandafif. 3571u6 j I fflomrsttc mts. Cooke Wantea-Contlnued. WANTED, superior Person as Cook-House- keeper; baking and small dairy; kitchen- maid kept.-Apply -Lewis, High-class Registry, 9, Castle-street, Swansea. 3598n9 WANTED, thoroughly good Cook and expe- rienced House-Parlourmaid; two in family; assistance given; good wages; com- fortable home to superior servants; cook over 30 preferred.—Mrs. H., care of Mr. Lewis, Sta- tioner, Duke-street, Cardiff. 3617n8 tioner, Duke-street, Cardiff. 3617n8 COOK-General Wanted; country house, Somer- c set; early riser, clean, honest; house- maid kept.—Acply, with references (till July 16), Mrs. Harrap, Gwaunfarren, Merthyr. Ak WANTED, good Cook, with reference; country house; near Chepstow.—Apply, stating wasjes, age, G 37. Western Mail, Car- diff. n9 PLAIN Cook Wanted; four ;n family: three servants; no dairy, washing, or baking; good character indispensable; wages, jE20 and all found but beer.—Apply Mrs. Fletcher, Llan- gruny, Crickhowell. 3504n5 T¥rANTED7 good Plain Cook.—Apply MriF f f Hibbert, Penylan. Cardiff. 5500n5 WANTED, a good Plain Cook; country .11 W Apply Mrs. Philip Dunn, Crofta, Llan- trisant. 3497n7 GOOD Plain Cook Wanted; small dairy; kit- chenmaid kept; Churchwoman preferred; country house.-Apply Mrs. Howell. Penrhenl, St. Clear's. 3354n5 House and Parlour Maids Wanted. WANTED, House-Parlourmaid, Middle of w July; experienced servant; housemaid kept.-Apply Mrs. Stockley, The Priory, Caerlecn. 3666etc HOUSE Parlourmaid Wanted, for the Country; three in family; three servants kept; good reference—Apply Mrs. Mackenzie, Pirr-street, Aberystwyth. 3634n5 WANTED, a good Housemaid, single-handed; parlourmaid kept; country house.—Apply, stating age, wages, and references, Miss Harries, Llanunwas, Solva, Pembrokeshire. 59886 WANTED, a good House-Parlourmaid; house- TV maid kept; country house; must be a good waitress and plate-cleaner.—Apply, stat- ing age, wages, and references. Miss Harries, Llanunwas, Solva, Pembrokeshire. 57387 ANTED, by Small Family. in the Country, w the First Week in August. a House-Par- lourmaid, Capable of Waiting at Table; care of silver and attending to lamps ,a^e<^ 22 to 23; wages, £ 13 to £ 14.—Apply, with full particulars and reference, to G 42, Western Mail, Car- diff. al494 WANTED, a Nurse's Dining-room-Maid; wages £ 1.4, and all found. Also, a Ward- maid and a Scullerymaid; wages £ 10. Apply in person, and bring references, any morning before twelve o'clock, to the Matron, Cardiff Infirmary. al499 ced House- WANTED for Clevedon, anlxperienced Houso- Pa.rlourmaid; good character imhapen.- sable.-G 25, Western Mail. Cardiff. 5508n8 WANTED, for Tooting^Common, Early in August, Housemaid; three in family; three servants.—State age and wages (excellent references required), Mrs. Roberts, 223, Newport- road, Cardiff. Fare paid. 5465n7_, WANTED, Housemaid: £ 20; help given; one lady in family. Also good Plain Cook; £ 20.-71, Park-street, BristoL 3403n5 WANTED, good Housemaid and Assist Little TV in Nursery; must have good references; parlourmaid, nurse, and cook kept. Mrs. F. James, Penyclarren House. Merthyr Tydfil. 59833 WANTED. Middle of July, experienced Par- lourmaid: good needlewoman; country.— Mrs. Evans. Greenhill, Whitchurch. Cardm. o^ooo Generals Wanted. WANTED, good General Sca-vant.—T^Pson, Maindee, Newport. 3656110 inXPERIENCED General Servant Wanted, in Hi August; three in family—Apply Pcnd, Blackwood, Mon. M^/nt A Tidy You?ig General Servant Required; no family.—*pply, after six o'clock, at l/a, Newport-road. Cardiff. 3b3ano_ NURSE "Housekee^( £ la7Cookr( £ MrKitchen- N naids, Generals, Nurses, Houae-Parlour- maids, Lanndrymaids,—I)avie,«,. 4. CTftrlca-. street; Arcade-chambers, Newport. Gardeners, Coachmen, Wanted. 3607nv WANTED, experienced Kitchen-Scullery Maid; wages, £ 16; all found: Churchwoman.— Ain)^ Miss Thomas, Llwyn Madoc.^w^11 General Servant Wanted; housemaid kept. -Apply Rothesay. Stow Park Circus, Newport, Mon. 3584n6 BY August 1st. a good General; wages £ 12; no washing; small family.—Mrs. Morgan, 17, Victoria-road, Penarth. 3556n9 ~J ANTED, a Glean Girl, not under 18.- Apply 40, Mount Stuart-square, Docks, Cardiff. 3562n6 GENERAL Servant Wanted; wages, £ 20; fare paid.—Write, stating age and lengtn of character, Ashbury Villa, Tuffley-avenue, Gloucester. 3546n9 WANTED, a General as Plain Cook, with good character; quiet country place; two in family^; £ 16.—Waters, Sarnau, Carmarthen. n9 WANTED, experienced General Servant in a Family of Three; good references indis- pensable.-Apnly Mrs. Cocker, 15, Courtlana- terrace, Merthyr Tydfil. 3395n5 Kitchenmaids Wanted. WANTED, Kitchenmaid for Nobleman's W Family; two in number; JE16. Scullery- maid, CIO; Under-Housemaid, £ 12.—71, Park- street. Bristol. 3403n5_ Female Servants Want Places. IADIES Suited with All Classes of Servants. J Situations Secured for Servants. Fee, Is. Miss Walters, 30, Page-street, Swansea.^ 3658nll WANTED, Re-engagement, Young Widow Lady; domesticated; conscientious; needlewoman; abstainer: musical; accustomed to invalid or children; kind, obliging; good reference; small salary; comfortable home.— B., 12, Windsor-road, Caerphilly. 3661n8^ MOTHER Seeks Employment for Daughter, J. 1. aged 17, as Mother's Help or respect- able Business; not out before; domesticated.- Industry, Western Mail, Swansea. 3652nll WANTED, by respectable, trustworthy Per- son, Situation as Plain Cook in Small Family.—Y., Velindra Lodge, Whitchurch, Car- dlÍf. 3648iill WANTED, by respectable Person. Situation as Cock; understands dairy and baking thoroughly, with help.—M 10, Peter-street, R oath, Cardiff. 3618nll WANTED, a, Situation as Kitchenmaid or Under Houseaiaid in Gentleman's Family; good references; aged 20—Davies, 12. Grove-terrace, Senghenith, Caerphilly. 3623n7 WANTED, Situation as Sewingmaid in Gentleman's Family; thoroughly under- stands dressmaking—Apply G 50, Western Mail Office, Cardiff. 3639nll erie ~TA^NTED, by an experienced Cook, Daily H Engagements; private families preferred. —Address Miss Howards, Registry, Castle-road, Cardiff. 3624nll_ SITUATION Wanted in Gentleman's Family s as Kitchenmaid or General; aged 18.—Apply, with particulars, to A. T., Bwlchbychan, Maesy- crugiau, Cardiganshire. 3579r.6 WANTED, a Place as Cook or Cook-General f f in Small Family; three years and half's character —Address K., Alvington, near Lydney, Gloucestershire. 3581n6 Wf ANTED, Situation as Housemaid or House- Parlourmaid; aged 21; small family; two years' good character.—Jones, Upper Brein- ton, near Hereford 3583n6 C* OilEK SETS HIRE Servant Disengaged; cook 0 nicely. wash, iron; £.12. Others, £ 3— £ 12. Select Countrv Agency, 9, Radnor-road, Canton, Cardiff. Stamp. 3545n8 SITUATION Wanted, in Gentleman's Small S Family, as Housemaid or Ilouse-Parlour- rvaid.—Apply, with particulars, to M. B., Bwlchbychan, Maesycrugiau, Cardiganshire. n5 SITUATION, in or near Swansea, Housemaid S or House-Piirlourmaid, in Small Family; feu" years' reference.—A., care of Hulbert, Newsagent, Swansea. 3526n8 ANTED, Situation as General Servant; W Swansea or neighbourhood; 4; years' reference.—E., care of Mrs. Jones, Pantyrodin Farm, Llandybie. 3464n7 WANTED, Situation as Scullerymaid in large establishment, or Kitchenmaid under good cook-—A. Dunkin. Blackpill, Swansea. 3456n7 AS Housemaid, where parlourmaid is kept: J: aged 26; six years' references.—Full par- ticulars to J. E., 9, Canynge-square, Clifton, Bristol. 3413n6 WA>'('Fn Situation by Young G-irl from the country. Housemaid cr Honse-Parlour- maid; Cardiff or Penarth preferred; good refe- rences.—Write E. H., 73, Phyllis-street, Barry Island. 3409n6 AS General Servant; countrv girl, now living in South Wales; long character from last situation.—Mrs. Coster, Registry Office. Glou- cester 3210n5 Male Servants Wanted. WANTED, Gardener; single; well up in all branches; one cow kept.—Apply, before eleven or after six, Stevens, Penhill, Cardiff. 3590n6 WANTED, Groom-Coachman; single: live TV indoors; total abstainer.-Apply stating age, wages, and full particulars, G. Lindners, Nantygroe, Llandnndod. 3549n9 YOUTH, indoors, to Attend Horse, Two Cows, be Generally Useful; able milk; good character.—Nicholas, Malpas, Newport. Mon. n5 WANTED, Young Man to Deliver Milk and W Make Himself Useful: one a; le to milk preferred.—Apply R. Templeton, Bute Farm, North-road, Cardiff. 3531n5 I Domestic ^truants* Male Servants Wanted-Continued. GOOD Coachman Wanted at once for Llan- daff; married, no children. Also Groom; aged 2û-22: must make himself use- ful. Abstainers preferred; no ones need apply unless able to give the bast of references.— Write particulars to Messrs. Christie and Co.. Docks, Cardiff. 59849 AN-TED, Fariii and Garden Labourers; tV state wages, all found except ale; cot- tage found.—^State particulars, references Iscoed, Ferryside. 3432n6 ANTED, Middle-aged Married Manas W Working Bailiff, without family, Wife to understand. Dairy Work.-Apply James Tovey Maseyrhiw. Cwmbran. 3444116 WANTED, thoroughly experienced Gardener for Country; single; live indoors; make himself usefuL-Apply, with particulars, to Mrs. Edwards, Fedwhir, Aberdare. 3345n5 Male Servants Want Places. WANTED, Situation as Under Gardener? inside and out; four years' good expe- rience; aged 20; good references.-Brace, 3, Park-place, Ten by._ 3662nll C^l OOD General Gardener Wants Situation; Jf long experience; middle-aged; single; undertake poultry or co-s good character.- Gardener, Ship Hotel, Barry. 3668n7 YOUTH, 17, Seeks Situation under good Coachman, or Look After Horse and Trap; good character.-A. Dorey, Brockweir, near Chepstow. 3623nll WANTED Situation as Gardener; married; TV aged 27; experienced in vegetable grow- ing, cucumbers, &c.; can milk; no objections to pony or poultry; good references.—Apply Gardener, Tregogus Cottage, St. Fagan s, Car- diff. 3585n6 GARDENERT Generally Useful Man, Seeks Situation; manage cow, horse, trap, poultry; good reference.—E. Williams. Old Lodge, Sketty, Swansea. 3600n6 GARDENER, Single-handed or Otherwise; good ail-round man; aged 48; married; good references.—Address Za. Treharris-street, Roath, Cardiff. 3512n8 WANTED. Situation as experienced Gar dener; thoroughly understands all branches of gardening; can have three years' good reference from last situation; been eleven vears on the estate.-Apply Gwatkin. 3, Jubilee Villas, Usk. 3472n7_ WANTED, Situation as Groom-Coachman or Groom-Gardener; can milk; married; aged 31; good references.-Coachman, Melrose Cottages, St. Mellon's, Cardiff. 3499n7 GARDENER (Head-working), where three or more are kept; 15 years' practical expe- dience, large establishments; good references; married, one child.—Please state terms Z., Western Mail Office, Newport. 3349n5 Man and Wife Want Places. ARDENER (Head or Single-handed); expe- X r;enced in all branches; aged 35; wife no objection to laundry; good characters.-B. (' Post-office, Llanelly. 3664nll MAN and Wife Want Situation to Manage and Work Farm and Gardens; wife dairy- woman; both good references.—Apply Bailiff, Western Mail, Newport. 3595n9 iotel £ >u'bant5. Female Servants Wanted. WANTED immediately, an experienced Kitchenmaid; also good General Ser- vant.-Apply Mrs. Hislop, Penarth Hotel, Pen- arth. 3659n7 WANTED, a respectable Young Person as Barmaid and to Make Herself Generally Useful.-Apply Mrs. Bainton, Swansea Castle Hotel, Swansea. 3665nll WANTED, well-educated Young Lady, age not exceeding 20, at a first-class Hotel as Book-keeper and to Assist at Bar; previous ex- perience not necessary.—Apply Hotel, Western Mail, Merthyr. 3592n9 WANTED, good General Servant; aged about 23 or 24.—Apply, with references, to Mrs. Anthony, Miller's Arms, Cwmtaff, Merthyr Tyd- vil. 3550n6 WANTED immediately, an experienced Bar- if maid; highest references required.- AH)lJ.< JE race. Tonypandy, Rhondda Valley^ 3518nS WANTED, by 6th inst., experienced Barmaid. f, Also strong General Servant, able to do Plain Cooking.—Apply Golden Lion Hotel, Aber- gavenny. 3509n5 WANTED, good Housemaid-Waitresses.— Apply, photo, age, height, experience, and references to Queen's Hotel, Aberystwyth. n8_- WANTED at once, a General Servant.— Apply Bunch of Grapes, Ynysyngharad, Pontypridd. 3606n9 BARMAIDS (Newport, Hereford, Cardiff), Waitresses, Chambermaids, Cooks (Chel- tenham, Pontypridd), Kitchenmaids, Laundry- maids, Generals, Wanted.—Davies's, 45, Charles- street, Cardiff Arcade-chambers, Newport. n9 "WrANTED, good General Servant; must be A good plain cook. Also smart General- AV aitress.—Apply Great Western Hotel. Aber- gwynfi. 3418n6 ~VXTANTED at once, experienced Barmaid for Hotel Bar.—Apply Mrs. Rowe, Queen's Hotel. Newport, Mon. 3391n5_ WANTED, for County Hotel, Ebbw Vale. Commercial-room Waitress, Single-handed Chambermaid; also strong Girl as General. with good references. 3353n5 Female Servants Want Places. SITUATION as Under-Barmaid; outside Car- C3 diff willing to give a month.—Address G 54, Western Mail, Cardiff. 3641nll WANTED, by a Young Lady, Situation as Barmaid; excellent reference^—Apply A. T.jJWestgate Hotel Newport. 3655nll WANTED, by a Middle-aged Person, a Situa- W tion as good Cook in a' first-class Hotel.- Address 15, Victoria-street, Llanelly. 3635n7 WANTED, by a thoroughly respectable Young Person, a Situation as Waitress in Family or Commercial Hotel; aged 22; can give good references from last situations. —Apply J. R., Royal Pier Hotel, Clevedon. 3569n6 T>E-FAGAGEMENT as Housekeeper-Manageress tV in good Hotel; thoroughly experienced in general routine; excellent references.-Applv A., 36, Talworth-street, Cardiff. 3487n7_ "TTT"ANTED, by a respectable Young Person, VV Situation as Barmaid.—Apply F. C., 3, Queen-street, Gloucester. 3356n5 Malo Servants Wanted. TANTED, smart Ostler, busy market yard, W and to Act as Boots; live in; references. —Black Swan. Hereford^ 3621n7 Male Servants Want Places. T Young Man Seeks Situation as Manager A or Head Barman in Hotel.-Applv X., Post-office, Aberevnon. 3496nl2_ WANTED. Situation of Trust and Responsi- bility by renable Man; married; active; able to manage public or bona fide club, or Ki'nMIar occupation; good security, if required; pTcrellent references.—Address G 24, Western Mail. Cardiff. 3498n7 prunes, Crabcllers. ^^Traveiiers, Agents, &c., Wanted. SMART Man, with Small Capital; easily double same weekly; samples carried1 waistcoat-pocket; sell on sight.-G 34, Western Mail, Cardiff- 5i)^na -r^MPtToYMENT, respectable and profitable, rj pin be Found for a Man of good charac- tl^Address G 10. Western Mail. Cardiff. n5 TnvvT? Wanted to Push first-class Machinery A Oils: liberal commission.—Box 31. Post-; office, Liverpool. — 3357n5 —. jTonm of from 12s. to 25s. per week can ho earned, in spare bonrs or evenings, by SPY everywhere.—Sc-nd addressed enve- fnr narticulurs to B >x 16, Eclipse Works.. ao \ld°frsg'ate-street. London, E.G. L15463 vtlerks ni^ iilnnagerg. -and Nianag ;r-. Wanted. ?^AL~Teiegraih Clerkt W^ntte<1; must be thoroughly competent.—State experience, thoroupiuj p tmaster, Blaenavon. 3619n7 age, and sanay, ^^VAXTPirTiniiiediately. respectable Young W M«I as Collecting Clerk; must be con- county-court work and able to vcrsant.with CJU >antee required.-Apply, in speak Welsh, tatingr experience, refe-! own hand Anting, required, to G 48, Western rences, and kAiaiy 3636n8 Mail Office, Cardiff- TTT vrrvn lit, ones, smart Office Boy; good W writer; 5s. to start -Apply Johnson^a^id Co 59. Tud ir-road, Caran /oSSr.AWav. _3 £ 88a9 r.v. woiM and Monmoutlishire Clerks rpHE south Members against Loss 1 Association LinsJ ploynient. Sickness. Old tlnough Want introdnces to Employers, Age. ^™Vlprks of good Business Cana- F.ree ofH^^Sacfer Every Clerk whatever Ls city and <-nar'Tj'h' a Member of the Associa^ position, should be a j Secretary, l. Dock- tion Send for particui* 53816 \i imbers. Cardin. kin, »1 Oilibon, satbertli. ,158a'9 • IF"?: week can be ea wriie.—Proof sent ings by anyrrson nding addressee enve- "• & bury-avenue, London, W Clerks anti i^anagers^ Clerks and Managers Want Places. EXPERIENCED Clerk Requires Situation in Jj Office as Shorthand Correspondent, Ledger, or Cashier; thoroughly competent, reliable; abstainer; 4J years' highest reference; aged 22.— Apply G 45, Western Mail, Cardiff. 36 ;1^_ WANTED. Situation by Young Man, aged 22, Timekeeper, Storekeeper, or Any Place of Trust; good references.-Apply Time- keeper, Western Mail. Newport. 3392n5 CLERK-Accountant, 28. Desires Engagement; thoroughly competent, good arithmetician, fast penman. London experience: highest refe- rences.—G 12, Western Mail, Cardiff. 3387n5 WANTED, Situation as Manager or Assistant in Patent Fuel Works at home or abroad; 26 years' mechanical and practical experience with washed coal, kompo, Ac.; aged 40; best testimonials.—Apply G 2, Western Mail. Car- diff. 356 ln5 ^>l)op assistants. Shop Assistants Wanted. ATS and Hosiery.—Wanted, a smart Junior. JLJL Used to Window-dressing; live out.—Wil- liams and Smith, Newport. 3657u7 GROCERY.—Wanted immediately, an Assis- tant for Family Trade; aged 24.—Address G 51, Western Mail, Cardiff. 3647n7 GROCERS' Assistants.-Wanted immediately, G good Junior for High-class Family Trade; state full particulars; outdoors.-Address G 52, Western Mail, Cardiff. 3646n5 DRAPERY.—Wanted immediately, a Young Ladv «• r General Drapery; five or six years' experience —Apply I. Williams, 97, Wood- ville-road, Ca.rdiff. 3611n11 BOOT Trade.—Wanted, a Junior Assistant to Make Himself Generally Useful.—Apply W. C. Peace, 78, Queen-street, Cardiff. al493 A respectable Person, not under 20, for Con- fectioner's Shop; must have little expe- rience and good reference.—Pyle, 80, Tudor- road, Cardiff. 3609n6 GROCERY-and Provisions.—Wanted, smart G Improver or Junior; well up in provi- sions; indoors.—Apply Williams, 97, Main- street, Cadoxton. 59892 RICHARD LEWIS, High-street, Swansea, has a Vacancy for a thoroughly experienced Young Man for Manchester Department; Welsh. & 3599n9 CLOTHIERS and Outfitters' Assistauts.- Wanted, experienced Salesman; also smart Junior —Applv. stating full particulars, Lloyd Davies, Castle-street, Swansea. 3601n9 + CLOTHING.—Lewis Lewis and Co., Swansea, .> Have Vacancy for an experienced Young Man; Welsh; personal application preferred. 3540n5 W" ANTED immediately, experienced Hand fcr Grocery Counter; must be good window- dresser; indoors.-Apply, with lull particulars, Gunson, Grocers, Merthyr Tydfil. 3538n8 G' ROCERYT—\Vanted, Young Man; Welsh; indoors.—State age and wages, James Jones, 5, Wassail-square. Swansea. 3447n6 Shop Assistants Want Places. TO Ironmongers.—Young Man Wants Situation in Cardiff good knowledge of business; good references.-Apply G 44. Western Mail, Cardiff. 3610117 GROCERY and Provisions.—Young Man Seeks Situation as Junior Assistant; family or quick cash trade.—Reynolds, 48, Arabella-street, Cardiff. 3474117. Milliners and Dressmakers Wanted. TtfILLINERY.—Wanted. a thoroughly expe- II rienced Milliner, First Hand; Welsh.- Apply with full particulars, T. Evans and Sons, Temple of Fashion, Tonypandy. 3575n9_ DRESSMAKING.—'Wanted, by .Tuly 27. First Hand Dressmaker; must be thorough good fit and style.—Apply Jones, Draper, Cadox- ton-Barry. 1415nb iHisrtllancous situations. "^Situations Vacant. age, references, wages required. 2,489, Locke s Advertising Offices, Newport. 5541na BAKERS.—Wanted, Young Man; live in; to assist in bakehouse and deliver. Jen- kins, Old Forge Mills, Goodrich, Ross. 3632n< r* RAINER and Writer Wanted also Brush VT Hands: good, all round men; constant employment if suitable.-Hltchin. Painter, Aber- dare. 3574n6 WANTED. Shop-Fo -eman; must be non- society.—Apply, by letter, stating age, references, wages required, to Box T m Locke's Advertising Offices, Newport. S^lnB OTICE to Masons.—All Masons are Requested to Keep Away from Swansea, as there is a Dispute Pending. 3539n8 ArED, good Coppersmiths. — Apply, stating what class of work have heen engaged upon and wages required, to G 20 Western Mail, Cardiff. 34j2n6„ ,TINMAN, .-Thoroughiy experienced Man at T Making New Goods, Re-tinning, Lock- smithing. General Repairs; permanency .-State age. experience, Tinman, Western Mail. New- port. HANDY Man, With Knowledge of Stationary Engines and Boilers ^ed to tools.^Apply, stating wages and experience, to F 31, Western Mail, Cardiff. _al40L EMPLOYMENT for Men Able to Quarry^Iron or Litiies?tone. and Willing? to Work Regularly; open workings; wages on tonnage raised, with bonus upon extra tonnage. -Apply Westburv Iron Company (Limited), Westbury, Wilts. 59?i4_ WANTED, Stone Miners and Quarry me nat Southernam, near Halifax. Yorkshire. 59805 Situations Wanted. TEADY Carpenter Seeks Employment on an Estate (town or country); used to estate work; good references.-Golledge, 10, Aurthur- sti-e,et, Cadoxton. 3411116 BAKEKS.—Wanted, Situation as Second or B good Third; good references; outdoors.- Address Baker, 13, Llynvi-street. Bridgend. n6 WANTED, Situation as Working Brewer in Small Brewery; good maltster; under- stands barley samples.-Apply J. Sanders. New. ton. Porthcawl. 3348n5 apartments. Apartments Wanted. ANTED, by Lady, Two Unfurnished Rooms, with attendance; good part of Koatn; terms moderate.-Apply M., 204. Stow-hill, New- port. Apartments to Let. Llanbleddian-gardens, Cardiff.—Well Fur- 5 nished Sitting and Bed Room; suit gentle- man, two friends; dining out preferred; h.c. bath; centrally situated. SMOnil MUMBLES.—Furnished Apartments; every it comfort; within few minutes' walk Lang- land Bay and New Pier; terms moderate.—F.J., Western Mail, Swansea. rpo Let, Two Well-furnished Rooms—Front A Sitting-room and Bedroom—at 94, London- road, Neath. 3620nll PENARTH —Famished Apartments ir the best, 1. part; near station, pier, and cliffs; board or otherwise; good cooking-Apply 77, Ply- lrouth-road. 3577n9 COMFORTABLE Apartments for Two or Three I' Gentlemen; terms moderate; hot and cold bath; r> children.—Ill, Diana-street, Albany- road, Cardiff. 3673??._ FUUR Rooms to Let at Farm House; within ten minutes' walk to Llantrisant Station. —Applv Thomas Williams, Ca-erfwena Farm, Llantrisant. 3560n9 I BURNISHED Apartments in quiet, select L neighbourhood; use of piano; no chil- dren.—2, Woodland-place. Wordsworth-avenue, Cardiff. 3561n9 TO Let, Furnished Apartments; hot and cold bath; oven grate; rent 6s. 6d. per week; near station.-99, Clare-road, Cardiff. 3553n6 SUPERIOR Home Offered to One or Two Gentlemen, in Newport-road.—Apply G 38, Western Mail, Cardiff. 3557n9 APARTMENTS May be Obtained at the Dun- raven Hotel, Southerndown, During the Months of July and August.-Apply Miss Jen- kins. 5516118 LLANDRINDOD Wells.—Sunnycroft, high-class Boarding-house and Apartments; best part of Llandrindod; near doctors and churches; table d'hote.—The Misses Beauchamp and Kirkby (certificated nurse). 3505n5_ THIRST Class Apartments.—Well-furnished J: Sitting-room One or More Bedrooms; with or without board; close to town and stations. -9, Park-place, Cardiff. 3461n7 RECTOR cf Llangranog Recommends Apart- ments at a Farm House near the pretty seaside village of Llangranog; terms mode- rate. 3460n7 COMFORTABLE well-furnished Apartments, C Lady or Gentlemen, with or without board: terms moderate; no children; use of piano it required.-Apply 36. Diana-street, Cardiff. n7 OA Glynrhondda-street, Cardiff. — Well-fur- nished Rooms; within five minutes of Queen-street; terms moderate. 3570n6 SUPERIOR Board-Residence or Apartments S for Gentlemen; splendid large front sit- ting-room; shower bath; no children; French spoken.-17, The Parade, Cardiff. 3430n6 WELL Furnished Front Sitting-room and Bedroom; good oooking; every conr venience; close to town, trams, and stations.— 1. Llanbleddian-gardens, Cardiff. 3442n6 I ^rrtaiSES. Dwelline-houses Wanted. WANTED, Early ilt September, convenient House, neighbourhood Roath; rent about £ 40.—Apply ti i?, Western Mail, Cardiff. T,, 3617n7 Dwelling-houses to be Let. FURNISHED House, Caerphilly Mountain, to Let; available tili end of July—Apply Mr. David Shepherd, 1, Frederick-street^ Cardiff. n7 LABURNAM Villa. Salisbury road (Double- LABURNAM Villa. Salisbury road (Double- fronted House); Partridge-road (coach- house, stable, and large garden).—Gibbs, Draper, Romilly-crescent, Cation, Cardiff. 3644nll P' GRTHCA WL. —To? Let, Furnished Villa in Victoria-road, July 15th; also Rooms at Stoneleigh, neat •station.—Apply Stone- leigh. 3663nll MUMBLES.—Furnished House to Let, from August 1st; flv« foeds. bath (hot and cold); every convenience.—'A?>ply Head-master, Board School. 3653nll TO Let. 29th SeptMbber. 79, Plymouth-road, Penarth; two |eception-rooms, five bed- rooms, hot and col4f bath; rent £ 45.—Purnell, Penarth. X 3614nll YVIELOG Street (pff Cathedral-road).—Com- modious House Jsi* bedrooms) to be Let or Sold.—Apply Venning. 59, Mackintosh-place, Cardiff. 3616nll PORTHCAWL.—'To^Let. Furnished, close to sea and station, Sker Villa, Victoiia-road, during August an<* September.—Apply J. R. Thomas and Co. 3576n9 BEIiGAVENNY. S To Let, a charmingly situated Semi-o»tached Residence, Ellerslie, A situated Semi-o»tached Residence, Ellerslie, Western-road, with Jearly possessIon.-Particu- lars of T. H. Tnirikins. Auctioneer. Aberga- venny. [ 59834 M1NEHEAD.—Fnrashed Detached House to Let, for Six or Kight Weeks, from July 23; grounds, one acre, Tfritli tennis-lawn, gardens, paddock; bath-roonr.t—F. N. Butler. 3602n7 O Let, 48, The l%rade; also 4, West-grovs. —Apply 21, The?'Parade. 3554n9 GORDON Road, dlardiff.—Good House; cen- tral; convonieit; ready for occupation; £ 32.—Key to viewTlSJo. 1, Gordon-road, Car diff. J 3523n8 rniNTERN—To Leifc Furnished, for the Month X of August, vera prettily situated House; two sitting, Ave bajrrooms; stable, Ac., four guineas a week.—lienor, Tintern, Mon. 3506n5 House to Let, from August 1st; cJ»se to sea; every conveni- ence.—Apply Mrs. Koss, Post-office. 3494n7 ETACHE ETACHED Fum i&ed House for August; D three receptiot t seven bed rooms, bath- room (hot and cold)i five guineas weekly.—Mi33 Potts, Mumbles, Swansea. 3494n7 SAUNDERSFOOT (Seaside).—To be Let. Fur- !kj nished House: tiix bedrooms, drawing and dining rooms; w.c.; sea view; moderate terms. -Miss Davies, Baza&r. 3484n7 LANGLAND BayS—To Let, Furnished, for L Month or Longer, Seaside Residence; four reception-rooms, billiard-room. eleven bed- rooms; bracing air, being 200ft. high; close beach; servants left, if wished; terms, including plate, linen, use of carriage with two donkeys, 12 guineas weekly .-fhotographs apply Walter R. Collins, Mumbles. Glamorganshire. 3477n7 MUMBLES.—Comfbrtably-furnished House to Let; two situag, four bedrooms.-Apply rleton, Murabits. or 87, Brynymor-road, Swansea. 3458n7 MUMBLES.-To Let, Furnished. from 3rd M August, DetiChfcd Residence, Langland Bay, Mumbles; flvd reception-rooms, fourteen bedrooms, bath-roim. kitchen, &c.—Apply Edward Roberts spd Son, 40, Oxford-street. Swansea. T i 3445n6 OP Part ridge-ro#it—^ice httle Residence; OD) newly reno^ted; rent £ 28.—Evans and Hughes, House an# Estate Agents, Wharton- street. Cardiff. | 3434n6_ MORTGAGE of £ Required on the Security of Two FreeW»ld Residences near New- port, with large garjffens, and situated in a main street: near to station and large depot.—Parti- culars of A. T. R6berts, Hill. and Co., Barry Dock. and 388 Covtbridge-road, Cardiff. COTTAGES and Residences to be Let in Cow- bridge-road, 1&. and 15s.; Kingsland-road, 10s. 6d. and 12s. AflK> 23. Beryl-road, 10s. 6d.; 225, Holton-road, lOsrW.: 37, Jewel-street, 8s. 6d., Barry Dock. Also ?. Donraven-street. Barry t ui α- Hill. Clive-road. Rpy Xll^d. &•, and Laura- street, Cadoxton, 5s; 120, Bute-street.—Extensive Business Premises, JL consisting of Large Shop, with light base- ment under and level entrance to West Bute- street, together with two store-roomfe: imme- diate possession; moderate rent.-A. T. Roberts, Hill. and Co., 27, High-street, Cardiff. BARRY Dock.—Choice Investments, consisting of Two good Shops, adjoining, upper part and stabling; situated in improving and busi- ness thoroughfare; total frontage 40ft.; mode- rate ground rent. BARRY.—To Let, Furnished, for One or Two Months, a nice Residence facing the sea, and midway between Whitmore Bay and Cold- knap Bay; six bedrooms, two reception-rooms, bath, &c.; small garden; moderate rent.-Apply Roberts, Hill, and Cp., Barry Dock. Particulars of Properties to be Sold or Let are invited from owners for free insertion in our monthly Property Register, which may be obtained at any of the above addresses. REQUIRED, Furnished Country Residence, Pt within five miles of Cardiff or Barry (near coast preferred), for three or six months; if suitable might rent, unfurnished, for one or two years; about six bedrooms, nice garden, and stable.-Full particulars to A. T. Roberts. Hill, and Oo., Land Agents, Barry Dock. 53236 HOUSE to Let in James-street, near the Clarence Bridge, for Business or Otherwise. —Apply Mrs. Evans. Surgery, Senghenith. 59384 TO Let, No. 11, Llanbleddian-gardens, Cathays. —Apply No. 36, Miskin-street, Cardiff. n5 CASWELL Bay.—To be Let or Sold, with immediate possession, Gorse Cottage, mag-1 nificently placed, fronting this charming bay; the property of J. Stanley James, Esq., who is leaving the neighbourhood.—Full particulars of the Sole Agent, Frank Tunbridge, Auctioneer, Swansea. 3398n5 "fX7"ESTON-super-Mare.—Well-furnished House u to Let. for long or short periods.-Apply Cross, Auctioneer, 44, Regent-street. 5350n5 THE South Wales, Monmouthshire Pruicrty Register for June Free on Applica- tion or Po",t.-Hern and Pertwee, House Agents. Auctioneers. Valuers. &c„ Cardiff. 28815 PENARTH.—Lady Desires to Let Small P Furnished House for Some Weeks; five minutes' from station and promenade.-2. Church-road 3441n6 Dwelling-houses to be Sold. LLA, in vibry oretty neighbourhood in V Roath: splendid condition; ground rent very low; price, £ 400.—G 27, Western MaiL Car- diff. 3511n8 FOR Sale, a charming Residence, between Bigswear and Tintern Stations, en the banks of the Wye; contains two reception-rooms, bedrooms, billiard-room, and servants' rooms. front and back staircase, hot and cold bath, a-id all latest improvements; coach-house. stabling, and 21 acres of ground, with good shooting and fishing—For further particulars apply, by letter, G 16, Western Mail, Cardiff. n6 Business Premises to be Let. GLEBELAND Mill, Merthyr Tydfil, to Let, with immediate possession; suitable for warehouse, saleroom, or wholesale business of any kind.—Apply J. M. Berry, Auctioneer, j Merthyr Tydfil. 3565n8 ST. Mary-street.—Magnificent Shop and Cellars, No. 23.—For terms and lease, appl}r Jones and Owen, Auctioneers, Cardiff. 3555u9 kA Cowbridge-road.—First-class Business Pre- mises; good dwelling-house; suit draper, ironmonger, chemist.—Apply 172, Cathedral- road, Cardiff. 3558n9 TO Let on lease. Shop Premises, Number 30, Albany-road, Cardiff, including good Dwell- ing-house with seven rooms, bathroom, Ac., and separate entrance; first-class business locality; shop would be fitted for responsible tenant; low rent.-Apply Knapp. Cory's-corner, ButeDocks: 3470n7 Business Premises to be Sold. Ij^OR Sale, a Village Shop and Dwelling-houae, with wine licence attached; 99 years' lease from 1874; ground rent, £ 3 6s.; immediate pos- session.—Apply to 1. H. Tomkins, Auctioneer, Abergavenny. 59885 Offices to Let. npo Let, Large Suite of Offices, comprising 8 Co^er, Docks, Cardiff. —Apply W. C. WJ^gapp, above address. 3429n6 rpo Let, s^'te R°,,f„„0faces, 21, Castle-street— 1 Apply The Biewery^ Cardiff. 3366n5 OFl'lt't^1 P 'Siuoii in St. Mary street: electric lighted and heated ny steam; moderate rents.-Apply J. P. Jones. Richards, aDd Bndgen, 14. Western Mail-chain bera. Cardiff 52150 WESTERN ^^II^CH AMBERS.—Offices to ket. in Soitee of Two, poor or gix j>ooma on Each Floor-Apply to Mr. E. H. Crafter estern Mail Office. Cardiff 50076 ¡aïib ^Aerlcultu^^ Land. 170R. SaJe' pitnehle^r^eeh°ld F»rm of Five 1 Acres; payiW by weekly instalments of 4s. only Larger larms at same rate of pay- ment; immpdiate possesswn: freo conveyance. splendid chance for farmers' sons, or invest- ment; full I'^ulars !n aiustrated book con- taining 70 photos, views of houses, Ac.. «-ill be sent Post free stamps.—Address Byrne and Co., Houge.. ,,I?nd Estate Agents. Part nership and Business Transfer Agents, 95, High Holborn, London. L15464 Tj^ROM February 2, 1899, Holly Bush Farm; r one mile f a, way station, Cowbridge, market town. about 270 acres; shooting, hunting.—Apply Vicar, Briton Ferry. 2586n9 ianu. Agricultural Land-Contlnued. rpo Let, from the 2nd February'Next, about .1. Sixteen Acres of rich Pasture Land, close to the town of Bridgend.-For particulars apply to W. V. Huntley, Land Agents, Welsh St. Donatts, Cowbridge. al380 Building; Land. LAND to be Let for Building on Gwern-y-Milwr Estate, in the Aber Valley, near the new pits sunk by the Universal Colliery Corporation; the roads are formed and the main drains put in.—For Further Particulars apply to Charles Taylor. R.I.B A.. Architect and Surveyor, 22, Duke-street, Cardiff. al011_ FREEHOLD Land at Barry, about Three Acres.—Jones and Owen, Auctioneers and Estate Agents. Prince's-chambers, St. John's- square, Cardiff. 3469n7 $uii!tr* 1)0uses aiiti ^justnesses I Public-houses for Disposal. EBBS, the Principal Bristol Hotel Valuer, has a Large Number of Licensed Houses for Disposal, at all prices, Town and Country. -Apply, stating requirements, 93, City-road, Bristol. 3660nll TEEBS-Respectable Beerhouse; one of best T Bristol main thoroughfares; genuine living for three persons, and, easily managed; incoming only £85. 3660nll rpEBBS.—Fully-licensed House. Bristol; always T done steady, respectable trade; tied only for draught beers; possession for JE165 cash down 36.60nll rrVEBBS.—Country Hotel; first from Railway 1 Station (Wiltshire); commanding corner premises; takings JB25 weekly, proof shown; rent £60; tied only draught beers; Buffalo lodge and football clubs held; incoming, in- c'l'ding part furniture, £ 350; every investiga- tion courted. 3660nil rpEBBS.—Suburban Beerhouse; paying A brewers JS65 monthly for beers alone; most genuine house in market; money-making concern; incoming E350. 3660nll TEBBS.-Hotel; commanding and prominent T position, Bristol; profits proved nearly JE20 weekly; fully furnished; JE.650 cash down, balance can remain. 3660nll TEBBS.—Fullv-licensed House; one of prin- T cipal streets, centre Bristol; taking over X39 weekly; nearly free house; incoming about JE750. 3660nll rpF.EBS.—Hotel in Cornwall; good stabling X and some pasture land; payments f.90 monthly;, rent cleared by sub-letting stabling; ingoing £ 500. 3660nll ri^EBBS. —Beer and Wine Vaults; delightful J_ position, Bristol; just suitable for be- ginners; pretty bar and comfortable dwelling- house;. £ 150 cash. 3660nll ^pEEBS.—Hotel in South Devon; taking about X £ 20 weekly; can be increased; incoming, everything as it stands, including furniture, £ 400. 3660nll rpo Let, Miner's Arms, Neath; immediate pos- L session; ingoing easy.—Apply Edwards. r Gnoll-avenue, Neath. 3536 5 -no FAMOUS Little Beerhouse; low rent; ingoing ) JF £ 70; includes erood inventory; several other homes.—Call Hillman, Newport. 3543n5 OUNTRY Hotef Public; tied beer only; late C tenant nine years; fruited garden, pig- geries; E150 everything; several others.-Hill- 1 man, Newport. 3543n5 TO Let, immediate possession. Double-licensed House, Cardiff; 21 years' lease; ingoing and rent small.-Address G 33, Western Mail, Cardiff. 3530n5 MILFORD Haven.-To Let, Furnished, the ItJL King's Arms Hotel, situated on the Milford Docks.-Further particulars apply to James Vaughan, Quay Stores, Milford Haven. 59719 Businesses for Disposal. ILL AGE Baking, General Stores, and Post- office (Wiltshire); only shop in village; profits nearly .£400 per annum; incoming £ 5j0 possession September 29th next.-Tebbs, Valuer, City-road, Bristol. 3660nll_ CHGARSlmd Tobacconist (Bristol); doing very J profitable trade; same tenant ten years; incoming £ 85; stock to suit.-Apply to Tebbs. 3660nll CORBET Bgff e shiwiote.—Pretty lit tie C Business, centre of Bristol; comfortable living for three persons; everything for use, £ 65.—Apply Tebbs. 3660nll GROCERY and Provisions, suburb of Bristol; corner premises; trade £ 16 weekly; same tenant 12 years; ingoing £60 and stock.—Tebbs. 3660nil T" oTSressroakers.—A Lady is anxious to Dispose T of a first-class Private Dressmaking Busi- ness in Cardiff; excellent connection.—Fullest particulars and investigation, G 46, Western Mail, Cardiff. 3616nll FREE Fully-licensed Public; small town; easy distance London. Great Western or N.W. Railway: rent, £ 70; lease can be had; good trade; nice home; 10 rooms; large garden, yard, and nice stabling; price. £ 380 only; good inven- tory—Boss, 161. Euston-road, London.^ 3055etc TO Let, High-class Governess and Servants' Agency (Gloucester); sure living; income about £ 150; superior house let off; would suit tw > ladies; sound reasons for leaving.-G 35, Western Mail, Cardiff. 3533n8_ FOR Disposal, in a capital Market Town, an old and well established Baking, Confec- tionery, and Corn Merchant's Business; rent and ingoing easy; immediate possession.—J. N. Baker, Auctioneer, Hereford. Free-Register, by post. 5S888_ MINERAL Water Business for Sale; excellent opportunity for an energetic working man with small capital; JB150 down, balance can remain as arranged; valuation; no good- will—Apply G 30, Western Mail, Cardiff. 3524n8 C^ FNERAL Business, comprising Grocery, T Drapery, Boots and Shoes, Ironmongery, &c for Disposal, in Country Village, few miies from Newport, which has been established some years, owner now retiring; house and Shop will either be Sold or Let on Lease; stock at valuation.-Further particulars from W. F. Taylor, 18, Dock-street. Newport. 3542m3 YSTER, Fruit. and Refreshments; good posi- 0 tion; incoming low; immediate possession. Bryant, Empire Oyster Saloon, Frederick- street. Cardiff. Stam^orj;eply:3529n5_ OP Fitting Business; going concern: satis- O factory reason for disposal; rare chance; splendid shop and position.-Apply F. G.. Wes- tern Mail, Swansea. 3525n8 -f Money to Lend. C1 RT TON Bink fLtd.), 149. Penarth-roah, Car- > diff —Advances, £ 5 to £ 500. on own security in any part of Wales: ea- v re-payments; infor- mation free.—H. Rimer. District Manager. o30 I" jflisifllaneous. Miscellaneous Wants. ULL SizTliilliard Table Wanted.—Send full particulars to Secretary, Mackintosh Insti- tute. Cardiff. 3612nll CLOTHING.—Ladies', Gentlemen's, Children's C Left-iff Clothing Bought.—Mrs. Rich, 73, Castle-road, Cardiff. Best prices. Orders punc- tually attended to. 3604n9 YUE^Cai diff Milk Supply Company are Pre- JL pared to Purchase, under Twelve Months' Contract, 50 Gallons Warm Milk Daily from Farms in the immediate neighbourhood n9 MRS. Gorman, 13 and 15, Bridge-street, also M Wyndham Arcade, Cardiff, Purchaser of Ladies'. Gentlemen's, and Children's Wardrobes. Boots. &c. Established 1863. 3468n7 EFT-OFF Clothes.—Mrs. Roddy, 9. Sandon- t J street. Newtown. Cardiff, Purchaser of Ladies' and Gentlemen's Wearing Apparel, &c. -All orders punctually attended to in town or country. Good prices given. 594 T ADfMS and <.Ten<Jemen a Wardrobes Bought. JLj Town or Country.—Orders promptly attended to by Mr. or Mrs. S. Beer, 30, Caroline- si ?eet. Cardiif Established 1864. 68527d T ADIES'. Gentlemen's, and Children's Ward- L robes Bought. Orders attended to. town or country.—Mr. and Mrs. S. L. Green, Dumfries House, 32. Caroline-street, Cardiff. 52000 MiGTcellaneous Sales. iCK Sheet3! Rick Sheets! Rick Sheets!—Good strong, reliable Sheets, size and quality guaranteed; a saving of 25 per cent. Also best Tanned Cord Garden Netting for seed beds. &c., 16 square yards. Is.; 1, 2, and 4-yard widths; 2100 square yards, 10s.—Grainger, 8, Working-street (opposite St. John's Church), Cardiff. e6929 IS Your \Vatch Wr nig? 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 Spiritlion. Clocks and Music Boxes Cleaned and Repaired. e4209 FOR Sale. 300 Tons of Flat Wrought Iron Plates, averaging 14ft. x 3ft. 6in., tin. and F Plates, averaging 14ft. x 3ft. 6in., tin. and gin. thick; admirably adapted for floor plating for works; price L3 5s. per ton in truck Briton Feiry.—Apply the Marine Association (Limited), Port Talbot. 59900 STROLOGY.—Your Future Foretold, Mar^ riage, Children, Changes in Circumstances, Journeys, Legacies, &c.—Send date of birth, twelve stamps, and stamped envelope, Mr. Cole, 30, Cheltenham-place, Brighton, Sussex. 3520n8 C" URE for Piles.—Perfect Cure Guaranteed in most stubborn cases; post free, 2s. 9d 4s. 6d — La Trobe, Chemist, St. Michael's-hili' Bristol. 3303013 rpOBACCONISTS Commencing.—See IlluT- X trated Guide (259 pages), 3d.—Tobacconists' Outfitting Company, 186, Euston-road. London Hairdressers Fitted. Mana-ger. Hy. Myers. 3200d GARDEN Netting (Best Tannedi for Straw- berry Beds, Fruit Trees, Tennis Fence Ac., 2, 3, 4; and 8 yards wide, Id. square vard carriage paid.—ParnaU and Qo., Bedminster, Bristol. 59745 I iHisceHaneous. Miscellaneous Sales—Continued. IF You Wish to Furnish Good and Cheap Note the following Prices:—Full-size Brass Rail Bedsteads, 15s. lid.; Full-size Wire Mattressss, double Woven. 8s. lid.; Full-size Straw Mat- tresses, pure straw (no hay or shavings used), only 6s. lid.; Full-size Wool Bed. Bolster, and Two Pillows, weight 501b., only 10s. 6d.; Full- size Wool Mattresses, pure and sweet, only 9s. 6d.; Full-size Feather Bed, weight 451b.. only 25s.—S. Taylor, 46, Cowbridge-road, Cardiff. LEATHER Suites, strong and substantial, only JLJ 92 10s. 6d.; Saddlebags Suites, beautiful designs, only zC6 6s.; Solid Walnut Octagon Tables, eight pillars, only 17s. lid.—S. Taylor. BRASS Fenders or Curbs, any size. only -D 8s. lid.; lovely Set of Brasses, Is. llid. the set -S. Taylor, 46, Cowbridge-road, Cardiff. EITCHEN Tables, large size, only 6s. lid.; Kitchen Chairs, 2s. 3d, each; Lath Backs, 2s. 10*d. each; Arm Chairs, strong, large size, only 7s. 6d.—S. Taylor, above address. QTRONG Leather Couches, "cnly 15s. lid. 0 Chair Bedstead and Cushion*, full size, onlv 10s. 6d. complete; Mangles, roTisrs hard wood, 24in., only 33s.—Samuel Taylor, above address. ALL of above Articles sent Carriage Paid Any distance. I do not advertise anything that I cannot produce. Note the address:—-Samuel Taylor, 46. Cowbridge-road, Canton, Cazdiff. Cheapest, best house in the trade. e6&? RICK Cloths, Rick Cloths.—Send for Illus- trated List and Samples, post free, direct from makers.—E. Pairnall and Co., Canvas WoTks, Bedminster. Bristol. 59746 ATER E Rs.-Sui table Teas, per lb., in 201b. C Caddies-Tea Dust, 91d.; Broken Tea, 9!d.; Choice Semi-leaf, Is. Id. Sample, stamp.- Select Ceylon Tea Agency, 39, Lime-street. Lon- don. L15468 PARLOUR Games. Is., post-free • Obstacle Race, Quoits, Japanese Billiards. Chinese Bagatelle, and the Late t Novelty "The PerWty Kick" Table Football.—Stationery Department, Western Mail, Cardiff. 50430 TICKETS in Rolls of l.OOO each, for Bazaars, Concerts. Ac.. Is. 3d., postage 3d.—Western Mail Limited, Cardiff. 50430 PATENT Automatic Office Paperweight and Monthly Calendar for Four Years, Is.— Stationery Department. Western Mail, Cardiff. FIVE Hundred Thick Buff Copying Sheets; extra strong; specially adapted for type- written letters; letter-size. 2s.; foolscap. 2s. 6d. —Stationery Department, Western Mail. Car- diff. 50430 I. THE Best Selected Stock of Perambulators and Go-Carts Now on Show at prices to suit all buvers.—Cross Bros. "QAVE Time" Letter Cards, 25 for 4^d.. post O free; an improvement on the Government card.—Stationery Department, Western Mail. Cardiff. 50430 INVOICE and Letter File3. All the lendirg styles —"The Sequence File." "The War- wick File," "The Standard File," "The Com- mon-sense File. "-gtationery Department. Wes- tern Mail, Cardiff. 50430 TAKOS'ARDS, for addressing boxes. Ac., ld. JL and 2d. per packet.—Western Mail Limited. Cardiff, THE New Game, Table Football, Is., post free.—Stationery Department. Western Mail, Cardiff. SMITH'S. Letts', and Collins's Diaries for 1898 k.3 Now Ready —Stationery Department, Wes- tern Mail, Cardiff. 50430 THE Latest Improved Letter File, The Modern" File; 4g. 6d—Stationery Depart- ment. Western Mail, Cardiff. 50430 ILKSF,T,LER'S DeliverN- Book, itJL tionery Department, Western Mail. Car- diff. 50430 Worses, W-tbe ^>torfc, &c. PAIR Bay Geldings (own brothers), black points, 5 and 6 years, 15.1; a perfect match; quiet in harness.-To view and price ax-ply Gottwaltz, Bowring, and Perry, Cardiff. j 3407n6 BAY Mare, 15.2, 4 years; quiet in harness; will make grand hunter. Chestnut Cob, 5 years; quiet ride and drive; 14.2. Wanted, well-broken Setter.—Bryn Cothi, Nantgaredig.nS TWO good Horses for Sale; suit break or light hauling; can be seen by arrangement.— Atlas Furnishing Company. Hayes. Cardiff. n5 PAY the Sent '»» kyioon.—Sqn»re Gi'e*' PIK JL Powders caitse Pttfs to Fatten M half the nsnal time. and Care Colas. Wheezing, and tn- flammation; best for stores and pigging BOX? Id per packet, or 12 for tOd. Of all Corn Merchants 52069 $oultn>. pigeons, &r. BUFF Leghorn and Ancona Chickens, 8s. ana B 12s. Dozen. Class for Poultry Pupils during August.—Coaley Poultry Farm, Dursley, Gloucestershire. 52371 POULTRY.—If you want your birds to pay p you write for prices and samples of food to Noah Rees and Son. Hay. Corn, and Seed \fp"h: fit" C:1rrfiif, Carnacjes, harness. &r. FIRST Class Trolly, 6in. wheels, carry 12 tons; at Gloucester Works; £ 52 10s. Little-used heavy Farm Wagon, 4in. tyres, by Hull Wagon Company. £ 25; Old 4-wheel Tradesman's Spring Wagon, JE5; Two Manure Distributors.—Further particulars apply Charles D. Phillips, Clarence- place Depot, Newport, Mon. 3596n9 FOR Sale. Covered Bread Cart; nearly new; F mahogany panels and brass rails.-Apply Hanbury Bakery, Garndiffaith, near Pontypool. 3534n5 RALLI Cart; cee springs; built to order by Fuller, Birtill; little used; 12gs. only.- Rev. Carne Williams, Wolvesnewton, Chepstow. 3465n7 HANSOM Cab, X14. Also Four-wheel Dog- JLl cart; both in good condition. One Victoria, with head; cheap.—Carriage Works, Morgan- street, Pontypridd. 3454n7 LIGHT Victorias and Wagonettes; in good JLJ condition, also One-horse Landau, for Sale.—J Fuller and Company, St. George's- road. Bristol. 693d Birpcles, £ nn>cles, Srr, SINGER Cycles, 1898 Machines.—Special Cash S Offer for a short time; the best machines money can buy. Gentleman's grand Modele de Luxe. zC28 machine for J317 5s.; Lady's Grand £30 Machine for £ 18 15s.; Lady's Model A, £ 15 15s.: Gentleman's Model B, £ 14 5s. These are all greatly below usual net cash r>rices.— Norton's Cycle Depot, 50, Salisbury-road, Car- diff. 3559n9 SAFETY, £6 10s.; genuine bargain; Lady's SAFETY, £ 6 10s.; genuine bargain; Lady's Roadster;- recently new; faultless; listed £ 28; eminent maker.—Address G 9, Western Mail, Cardiff. 3383n5 CYCLES. £ s. d. Humbers (1897 make), with Bee6ton Tyres 10 5 0 Humbers (1897 make), with Clipper lyres 10 15 0 Humbers (1897 make), with Palmer Tyres 11 5 0 Humbers (1897 make). with Dunlop Tyres 11 5 0 Something New.—Hamber 1898 Cycles 12 12 0 IMPORTANT NOTICE A Full List of Cycles in Stock at present, the various makers' names, specification, &c.. posted or given upo.i application, 'Special low prices. Nothing common sold. Every cycle guaranteed. We do not charge 371 per cent. extra for booking on the hire-purchase system. but only a nominal sum of 10s. on advertised prices, which sum is refunded if payments are promptly paid. aU25 CROSS BROS.. Cardiff ALLDAYS' CYCLE SCHOOL, Andrews'-hall, St. Mary-street, Cardiff. We have engaged the Services of an expe- rienced Lady Instructress, who will be in atten- dance daily 2s. per lesson.—For further par- ticulars apply Alldays and Onions P.E. Co. (Ltd.), 49, Westgate-street. Cardiff. at 349 A Warning.—Why Risk You Lives on Maiun7.T of Unknown Make when the Onaciran Cycle Co. (Government Contractors), Will Build You a Machine, fitted with Any Tyres, for JE12 12B.. or Twelve Monthly Payments, to Suit You" Own Convenience? Machines sent on approval any distance Write for lists. All machines supplied at wholesale prices—Head Depot: 35, Castle-street, Cardiff. Branch Depot: Hickman-road. Penarth. District Manager: Mr T. Silver. a499 A Speciai < iffer to Ladies.—'1 he Quadrant cycle Co. Will Build You a Machine to Suit Your Height and Weight fer JE12 12s. or Twelve Monthly Payments, to Suit Your Own Con. venience; Teach You to Ride Free of Charge, and Guarantee to Keep Machine in Pertect Order. Machine 6ent on approval any distance, and supplied at wholesale prices. Head Depot: 35 Castle-street. Cardiff. Branch Depot: Hick, man-road, Penarth. District Manager: Mr. T Silver. a499 *1 Clearance.—3 Solid Safeties. 38s. — O each; 3 Cushions, 50s. each; 4 Pneumatics. M each. Cash only.—Morris Bros., Cycle Works. Pontypridd. Repairs. Enamelling, and Plating, j_: inpt. Maps, 4d. Cycles on Hire Gradual Payment Svstem for Ladies' or Gent's. Mak«> yotf choice Any make—Hnmber. -Whitworth L^hrian. Excelsior, Quadrant. No delay. Se^ Stock. Twelve Monthly Payments. "J5146 iWaclnnen), Cools, &r. Machinery, Tools, &c., Wanted. WANTED, Steel Lancashire Boiler, 30 by 7, to stand 701b. to 801b. pressure insured.— Reply E 7. Western Mail, Swansea. 3486n7 WANTED, Second-hand Vertical Boiler; must be in good condition; Cochrane. 12 x 7, or ordinary cross tube, 13 x 7. or other suitable make for colliery work of equal capacity; not less than 801b. working pressure.—Address F 67. Western Moil, Cardiff. 59800 J L Business stresses* SOLD IN BOTT^sS, la.: BY POST. la. 1cL |il Rf(". DAILY TESTIMONIALS OF THIS GREAl CURE ARE BEING RECEIVED FOB TRt FOLLOWING FOR TOOTHACHE, FOR HEADACHE, FOR NEURALGIA, INFLAMED GUMS OR nOILS. SORE THROAT, CHAPPED HANDS, AND SORE LIPS \ND rr WILL CURE ALL KINDS OF P AJN: Uf FACT, A REAlLY GOOD PAIN KILLER. AGENTS: Cardiff: Anthony ajid Co.. Chemists, St. Mary street. „ Hicks and Co. (Limited). Chemists Queen street. „ Hicks and Co. (Limited), Chemists. Duke-street. Hicks and Co. (Limited), Chemists Cowbridge-road. Canton. „ A..T Bellamy. Chemist, 61. Paget- street. Gr* n get own. „ Messrs Due* and Sons. Chemists. St John s-sqriare. „ E. Edwards, Chemist. 2, Mackintosh- place. Albany-road. „ F MillwardI Chemist. 60. Woodville- road. CathayB. B. Mnmford. 60, Castle-road. RQath. „ R. Mnmford. 17 Meteor-street, Sp)ot- lane. u C. Clarke. Chemist, 2, Cobum. street. Ca thays. „ Iloweli Phillips, Chemist, 253. Bate- street. „ R. Prust. Chemist. 14. Broadway. Roath- Jesse Williams and Co.. Chemists Queen-street. ,i D Thomas. Chemist, Penarth-road Mr Coleman. Chemist. St. Marv-strnot „ Mr. Wakefield. Chemist, 100. Cowbridgl road. Mr. Owen Jenkings. Chemist. Cow- bridge-road. „ Richard Hughes. Chemist, 28, Splott- road. „ fLheravon- Mr. Thomas Nicholas, Central Supply Stores, Water-street. Abergwynfi: Richards and Son. Grocers. Mierdare: Mr. Tudor Williams, Dentist. Medioal HalL Abertillery: Morgan Bros.. Carmarthen Butter Stores. Harry Dock* Hicks and Co. Chemists Blaenavon: Messrs. D. Davies and Co am Broad-street. I0C' Blaina: l'hl)"I Jones. Liverpool StrtrM. Brecon; Mr W Tudor. Chemist. Bridgend: William Edwards, Grocer. Ac New Bridge. Hrvnraawr: Messrs. H. Connop and Sona. Grocers. Carmarthen: C. E. Davies. Chemist. 10, King. itreet. Maesteg: A. Nicholas, Central Supply Stores Penarth: Stranaghan and Stephens (Limited) Pembroke Dock- F. J. Tallett. 14. Diamond- street Pontypridd: Mr Isaac Prothero, Grocer Ae Pontypridd: W. H. Key. The People's Chemist. Porth: Messrs Thomas and Evans. People's Stores. ne Porthcawl: Mr. T. Langdon. Grocer, John- atreet. Swansea: Messrs. Taylor and Co. (Limited* Wind-street Tondn and Aherkenflg: Co-operative Society il.,irnited)- Tredegar: Mr C .T. PriM, Manchester House Trcherbert: Mr Enoch Davies, The Storm Troedyrhiw: W. Morgan and Co Cheltenham- Mr. J. James, 5. Promenade. Harbeston Road: Robert Reid, Grocer, New Shop. Cowbridge: Mr. J- G. Harold Bird. Ebbw Vale: Mr. David Hughes, Grocer, Victoria-street. Hereford: Messrs. Clarkson and Son. 9, High- Terrace. ulantwit-Major: Mr. William Cnrnmings. Llanstephan • Evan T. Davies. The Emporium. Merthyr: Messrs. G. M. and R. Gunson. 67 and 68 High-fltreet. Morriston: Hr. L Bevan, Medical HalL Neath: Mr. C. Hutchins, Chemist. Newport: Messrs. T. Cordey and Co.. High-street Newport: Phillips ^nd Son, Drug Stores 92 Commercial-street. SOLD BY ALL CHEMISTS. Sole Manufacturer?— pHIL PHILLIPS, 24, ST. MAI.Y-STBEET. CARDIFF. Cratie ftotices> ART DECOBATORS. DAVIS AND SON, W < PAINTERS, GLASS, OIL. ANU PAPER-HANGING MERCHANTS. 11. QUEEN-STREET. DYE WORKS. ETC,, i IF YOU WANT YOUR," CLOTHES NICELY CLEANED. GO TO tlOBBS, DYER, 1. NELSON-TERRACE. FURNITURE, EVAN & COMPANY. LIMITED • THE CARDIFF FURNISHERS JT.' YAILY-STREET AND DLiKh-bTREET. RHEUMATIC CURE, FOR FULL PARTICULARS APPLY TO PHIL PHILLIPS J. W. ST. MARY-STHEET. TEN HANSOM CABS London Shape, Light and Roomy. Also Circular Brougham Hansoms, Landaus, Brakes. Hearses. One Hundred other Vehicles. Some Second-hand Great Bargains. Inspection in. vited. Easy terms. Drawings and Catalogues free. JOHN MARSTON AND CO., 24. Bradford-street. Birmingham. re6882 FU JRNITURE JJEMOVED (TOWN OR COUNTRY). APPLY J. FARTHING, COAL MERCHANT & FURNITURE REMOVER. 179. RICHMOJD-ROAD. CARDIFF. THE GREAT BLOOD PURIFIER. THOMPSON'S BURDOCK PILLS Overcome the worst forms of diseases and the foulest state of the Blood, Stomach Livf: and Kidneys; they go to the core of every disease, where no other medicine has power to reach. In Boxes, at Is. lid. and 2.03. 9d. each. Sold by all Chemists, or from the Burdock Pill Manu- factory. 44. Oxford-street. Swansea. MANUFACTURER, HORSFORTH, OFFERS HIS,.T9^T,?5?X)DS DIRECT from the LOOM at MILL PRICES, viz.:— Serges, Fancies, Cashmeres, Bieges, Meltons, Mantle Cloths. Patterns sent free on application. Save all intermediate profit. Special Lot of Dress Meltons all shades « £ 1 Crrursions* AND A. CAMPBELL (LIMITED). REGULAR SERVICE BETWEEN CARDIFF AND WESTON, By the LADY MARGARET. Weather and Circumstances Permitting. JULY. Leave CARDIFF. Leave WESTON. Tues., 5-9.15 a.m., 4.30, | Tncs 5-10.0 a.m., 5.15. 6.30 p.m. 8.30 p.m. Wed., 6—*8.30, 10.0 a.m., Wed., 6—*9.15. 10.45 a.m., 5.20, 7.30 p.m. 6.-). 8.30 p.m. Thurs.. 7—9.0, 10.45 a.m., Thurs., 7—•45. 11.30 a.m., ":°, 8.0 p.m. 6.45, -8.45 p.m. Fri., 8-9.30. 11.30 a.m., Fri„ 8-10.15 a.m., 12.15, 6.30 p.m. 8.30 p.m. Sat., 9-9.30, 11.30 a.m., 1.45 SM. 1—10.15 a.m., 12.15, 7.45 p.m. 6 30, 9.30 pjn. Mori., 11-9.15. 11.0 a.m., I Mon., H—*11.0, 11.45 a.m., 1.0, 3.0, 8.45 p.Tn. | 1.45,7.45,9.30 pm. The Steamer leaves Penarth Pier Ten Minutes after leaving Cardiff, except trips marked thus r gPECI AL" sITlTHTT. TUESDAY. JULY "tn. EVENING TRIP TO CLEVEDOX.-Leave Car- diff 6.15 p.m.. Clevedon 9.30 p.m. "WEDNESDAY, JULY 6. WHOLE DAY TRIP TO MINTEHEAD.-Lmve Cardiff, 8.0 a.m.; Minehead, 9.30 a.m. and 8.30 p.m. AFTERNOON TRIP TO MINEHEAD.—Leave Cardiff. 5.15 p.m.: Minehead, 8.30 p.m. THURSDAY. JULY 7. MUMBLES and TENBY.—Leave Cardiff, 9.45 a.m.; Tenby, 5.0 p.m.; Mumbles, 7.0 p.m. REGULAR SERVICE TOXnTTFROM CARDIFF AND PENARTH TO LYNMOTTH. WOODA B Y. aid ILFRACAMBE, BRITANNIA and WESTWARD HO! JULY. Leave CARDIFF. Leave ILFRACOMBE. TUKS., 5-9.45 a.m. TURS.. 5-345 p.m. WF,r> fi—10.30 n.m. ) WED., 6—4.45 p.m. THURS.. 7-10.15 a.m. THURS., 7—5.0 p.m. FRT., 8-10.15 a.m. FRI., R-Ei.O p.m. SAT., 9-9.30 a.m., 2.0 p.m SAT., 9-6.30 and 7.0 p.m. MON., 11—9,30 a.m. I MON.. 11—6.30 p.m. SPECIAL CHEAP THROUGH FARES TO DEVON AND CORNWALL, In coninnction with the London and South Western Railway Company. For Fnrther Particulars, Fares, Ac., see Bills. For Farther Particulars and rickets applv to Mr WM. GUY, Agent. a732 70a. Bute-street. Cardiff. THE WESTERN MAIL Is on Sale at the following Seaside Places Daily, at the Times stated: — WESTON (Nine a.m.). W. H SMITH and SON ..Railway Bookstall W. LEVER Resent-street LAWRENCE BROS.28. High-street J. MANNING Claremont (near Pier) CLEVEDON (Nine a.m.). W. H. SMITH and SON Railway Bookstall ILFRACOMBE (Two p.m.). H. SANDERS and SON. Newsagents.Fore-street al385 DECLARATION OF PEACE! ■ For really Peaceful, Happy Homes yon cannot do better than to Furnish throughout at j BEVAN AND COMPANY (LIMITED), Registered and known throughout Watea M THE CARDIFF FURNISHERS, Whose uninterrupted trading of nearly half a century has placed them in the forefront of Furnishing Houses of South Wales and Mon* mouthshire. JgBVAN AND COMPANY FOR CARPETS. JJEVAN AND COMPANY FOR JpLOOR CLOTHS. 'I JgEVAN AND COMPANY FOR T IN OLEUM. JgEVAN AND COMPANY FOR B EDSTEADS. JgEVAN AND QOMPANr FOR BEDDING, j JJEVAN AND COMPANY M FOR SUITES. j gEVAN AND COMPANY -pOR y^OWEST pRICES. JgEVAN AND COMPANY > FOR RELIABLE GOODS BEVAN AND COMPANY FOR FREE DELIVERY BEVAN & COMPANY'S ONLY ADDRESSES ARE AS FOLLOW;- j 21, DUKE-STREET, and 97, ST. MARY. J STREET, CARDIFF. 1 Opposite the TOWN-HALL, NIWPOEt. | 7, WIND-STREET, SWANSEA. CLARENCE-STREET and HANEBURY. J ROAD, PONTYPOOL. 1 AGENTS WANTED IN EVERY DISTRICT. .u7I 4 v 4 :4 1 v