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REVISED ADVERTISEMENT SCALE .Situations Offered, Apartments Wanted, Mone-s Wanted. Partnerships, Lost and Found, Miscel- laneous Wants and Sales, Businesses, Houses, chops. Offices, to Let or Bell. if prepaid, are jrsertetj in the "Western Mail" and "Evening •WEPMSS'* at the following rates: — „ THBEI 6IX WOBDS. ONC1B. TIMES, TIMES. 20 Words 1 0 2 0 3 0 Each extra 8 "Words 0 4 0 8 1 0 The following specially reduced ehargres will be made for the insertion in the "Western Mail" and "Evening Express of Situations Wanted, Apartments to Let:- THRET5 BIX WOBDS. ONCE. TIIIEG TIMES. 20 Words 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 Lodfdngs. REMITTANCES. Cheques or Post Office Orders should be remitted in preference to Postage Stamps. Postage Stamps (Halfpenny) are not refused, but, as they are often lost M the Post, they must if remitted be sent at the Sender's risk. Cheaues and P.O. s should be crossed and Made Payable to D. W. THOMAS. ANSWERS TO ADVERTISEMENTS. Tjettere addressed to Initials or Fictitious Names are Hot delivered from- any Post-office, but are returned to the sender through the Dead Letter Department. Replies to advertisements directed to the "Western Mail" Office will be handed out on production of a ticket, which maybe obtained -when the advertisement is ordered, or they will be forwarded to the Advertiser's Address, providing stamps to cover postage are supplied.' Original testimonials should never be enclosed with "replies to advertisements addressed to the "Western Mail" Offices (copies only should be sentV ADVERTISERS are Cautioned that Postmasters 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." personam PRIVATE Inquiry Agency—Leonard Armi- -L tage, 4a, Western. Mail-chambers, Car- diff. 798w24 iLnst anti jFountL STRAYED from Radyr, Two Ponies, 13 and s 14 hands; also Colt with headstall.-Reward to anyone returning them Dan-y-bryn, Radyr. 901w24 STRAYED, from Steamship Cambria, on August 5th, at Cardiff Docks, Bulldog; fawn colour; slightly lame; short tail; £ 1 reward.- Apply L 34, Western Mail. Cardiff. 855w26 LOST, Wednesday, between address and River- side Station, or Rhoose and Fontigary, Gold Curb Bracelet; finder rewarded.-3. Rich- mond-crescent, Cardiff. 812w22 LOST, Stolen, or Strayed, from a field near Waycock-road, Barry, four-year-old Black Cob; one white hind foot; not shoed; any per- son detaining same after this notice will be prosecuted.-George Baker. Contractor, Barry. 605w22 FOUND, Pair of Silver Sugar Tongs; owner -1. may have same by paying all expenses within three days.-L 47. Western Mail. Car- diff. 906*24 1 iWetnral. ",XT ANTED, Registered Surgeon for Septem- r, ber; Welsh preferred; healthy colliery district.—State references and salary required to L 15. Western Mail, Cardiff. 60410 WANTED. Locum Tenency or Outdoor T Assistantship by Middle-aged University Graduate; good references.—Apply J. o. M., W estern Mail. Swansea. 831w22 COUTH Wales Nurses Co-operation, 152, New- ir P°rt-roa<l. Cardiff.—Medical, Surgical, and rUt11^ Worses Supplied—Apply Superinten- Prompt," Cardiff. 247d ittudiral. pfTTANTED, an Organist for the Presbyterian <3ll^h,of El)elaQd. Windsor-place. Car- Sri^ -Particulars on application to D. B. ■McCallum, Aldersyde, Radyr. al751 THRUMS.—Bass Drum and Two Side-drums Hail, ( £ rdjffe: ChgaP~Apply L 45' gf™ GJmral. i"W^ANTOD immediately, Title; Llandaff Hvlr v,Dloce3e,i experienced; graduate; ^cglish; small stipend accepted; highest refe- rences; accepted by. bishop.-L 21, Western Mail. 785w24 i.rgaI. SOLICITOR has Vacancy for experienced SOLICITOR has Vacancy for experienced Articled Clerk.— L 49, Western Mail Car- '60449 ySOLICITOR (27), with capital, Desires Junior V Partnership or Clerkship with View There- •o; good experience and refereace.-L 6. Wes- gSLMaiL-CaTdiff- 694w23 £ >rl)olas»ttr» HOME Teaching.—A Little Girl, aged six to 13, Could be Received in Clergyman's family as Pupil; every care; previous expe- rience; healthy country vicarage; cows, poultry kept.-Address L 41, Western Mail Office, Car- 869w23 XfiTANTED, daily, a Little Girl, 8 to 10 years » of age, to Educate with the Daughter of a Lady.—Apply, first by letter, to 56 Cathe- dral-road, Cardiff. 598w22 Teachers Wanted. WANTED, Master or Mistress for Abercych Mixed School; salary, jE40 and half the fcrarts.—Apply Rector, Manordeifi, Boncath. 60376 INISTERIAL Student Wanted (Bovs' School JJ-L to Teach 25 hours weekly; board, resi- dence. private tuition free.—Address Magiste»\ Western Mail, Newport. 889w26 X\TANTED, Assistant; Art. 50; infants' class- ,J* average 50; salary £ 45.—Apply Vicar, 15, Despenser-street, Cardiff. 827w25 WA-NTED immediately, Assistant-'Teacher T T (Male or Female, Certificated cr Art. 50), fcr Hendy National School, Pontarcfutais- Apply Hca dmaster. 822w22 AEERDARE Town National School.—Wanted Two Assistants (Art. 50), Master or Mistress for Boys and Mistress for Infants- efficient teachers.—Apply, with testimonials stating salary, to Head-master. 789w24 LL/.NDOGO.—Wanted immediatelyCertifi- L cated or Provisionally Mistress; mixed scfcocl; excused; average 30; salary £ 65; assis- tant employed; Article 68; lodgings obtainable near school and railway station.—Apply, giving full qualifications, age. testimonials, last Government report, Rector, Llandogo, Chep- stow. 450w22 Teachers Want Employment. MISS Gitnon, having two hours in mornings, Wishes to Fill this and Afternoons; English, Latin, French, German, music, theory, harmony, drawing, painting, drill; kinder- garten.-16, Cwrt-y-Vil-road, Penarth. 877w23 feousrtteqjfrs, Companions, Housekeepers, Companions, &c.. Want Employment. RE-ENGAGEMENT by respectableElderly IR Widow, Working Housekeeper to One or Two Gentlemen; good reference.-H. B., 7, Aberystwith-creseent, Barry. 887w2G AS Working Cook-Housekeeper; to gentlemen referred; would undertake management of small boarding-house; good references.-L 25. Western Mail, Cardiff. 815w22 LADY Desires an Engagement as Companion to a Delicate or Elderly Lady; aged 28.— Salary to K 95. Western Mail Office, Cardiff. 657w22 "T^TANTED, Re-engagement as Useful Com- » f panion or Mother's Help; experienced; domesticated; good needlewoman.—K 64, Wes- tern Mail, Cardiff. 603w22 WANTED, by Middle-aged Person, Situation as Housekeeper with Gentleman, where servant is kept.—Apply X., Gibbs and Brown, ttationen), Oowbodge. AWW22 I Uonirsnr ^rtoanrs. Nurses Wanted. WANTED, Young Girl as Nurse; willing to I" assist in housework; two children.- Apply Mrs. Hodgens, 12, St. James-gardens, Swansea. 836w25 GOOD Nurse Wanted immediately for One Baby (five months); good references; country preferred.—Apply, between six and eight p.m., 47, The Parade, Cardiff. 628w22 Cooks Wanted. WANTED immediately, good Plain Cook, not under thirty; also experienced House- Parlourmaid, for two in family; wages, k20 and £ 18 respectively; no dairy, baking, or washing.—Apply Mrs. Moxon, The Lodge, Mal- pas: Newport. 60444 ANTED, Cook-General; four in family; u "f housemaid kept.—Apply Glenelg, Neva- road, W eston-super-Mar e. 879w22 WANTED, thoroughly experienced General- Plain Cook; good retereuces; mother's help kept, good wages.—Apply 11, Cwmsaerbren, Treherbert. 806w25 C- OOK-General Wanted for Penarth; three in C family; another servant kept.-Apply L 14, Western Mail Office, Cardiff. 756w24 SELECT Registry Office, Brynmill Post-office, S Swansea.—Miss Jones has Vacancy for good Cook for Farmhouse, and for Other Servants. 393d WANTED, by September 1st, good Cook- General for Cardiif; three in family; nurse kept.-Apply Mrs. J. Howell, jun., Green Farm, Saintwell, near Cardiff. 750w24 ANTED, good Plain Cook; fare paid; must W be early riser.-State age, experience, and wages, Mrs. Simkin, Pontrilas, Hereford- shire- 740w24 "ITTANTED, Cook-General; housemaid kept.— Apply, stating age, wages, and refe- rences, to Mrs. Robson, Ravensworth, Eaton- grove, Swansea. 7l7w23 "Wf-ANTED, a good Cook; assistance given. » Also experienced House-Parlourmaid.— Mrs. Kay, Bovgrton House, Llantwit Major. 60383 WANTED, good Plain Cook; no washing, baking or dairy work required; no kitchenmaid kept.—Mrs. Lock, Lansdowne House, i'enby. 663w23 WANTED, experienced Cook-General, stating age, references, and wages; no baking or washing.—Mrs. Davies, Newc^tle Vicarage, Bridgend. 60342 House and Parlour Maids Wanted. J jOUSE Parlourmaid Wanted; country -J- house, where cook and housemaid are Kept.—Apply, with full particulars, Mrs. Beau- ILO-ilt Thomas, Dennel-hill, Chepstow. 937w24 ANTED, experienced U House-Parlourmaid; IV thoroughly good character required; three in family.—Send full particulars Mrs. Jcnes. Penyrock, Llandovery. 927w27 WANTED, Young Girl, about 20, as House- Parlourmaid.—State wages required Mrs. Melvin, Messrs. Howell Bros., 20, Windsor-road, Penarth. 851w26 EXPERIENCED House-Parlourmaid Required E for Penarth; wages, £ 15.—Apply, stating age, height, references, L 33, Western Mail Office, Cardiff. 854w26 WANTED, House-Parlourmaid.—Apply Mrs. _Edwards, 42, The Parade, Cardiff. 847w26 ANTED, an experienced Single-handed ? T Housemaid.-Apply Mrs. Ackland-Allen, Dolhaidd, Llandyssil. 802w22 ANTED, good, experienced Housemaid.- T t Write Mrs. G. Lockwood Morris, The Hafod, Sketty. 792w24 "T7STANTED immediately, House-Parlourmaid; » butler kept; three in family.—Apply J. J., Dolau, Llanbadarn Fawr, Aberystwith. w23 Gereraie Wanted. WANTED at once, General Servant Who can W Cook; housemaid kept.—Mrs. Arnold, Sandhurst, Gold Tops, Newport, Mon. 932w27 "Y\TANTED, by Two Single Gentlemen Farmers, iff a Servant Girl who can Milk r-nd Do Farm- house Work; good wages; farmer's daughter preferred; aged from 18 to 20.—L 24, Western Mail, Cardiff. 808w25 "f ANl'ED, General Servant; good'plain cook" i Housemaid- kept.—Apply, before ten or after five, Mrs. Dyer. 8, Pembroke-terrace, Car- diff. 752w24 A General Servant, with good character, for xv small family.—5, Plasturton-gardens, Car- diff 704w23 WANTED at once, respectable Girl as General; small family; good home and wages.—Apply 9, Glentworth-road, Redland, Bristol. 684w23 WANTED, for Claude-road, good General Ser- vant; two in family.—Apply 176, Cathe- dral-road, Cardiff. 707w23 \\7 ANTED, Country Rectory, General; T T thoroughly clean; early riser; able to wash; boy kept.—Mrs. Hughes, Ludchurch Rec- tory, Narberth. 701w23 WANTED at once, General Servant.—7, Clive- place, Penarth. 669w23 ANTED at once, General Servant; able to TT wash and iron, and understand plain cooking.-George, Cartref, Hirwain. 651w22 ANTED immediately, experienced General t T Servant; able to do plain cooking; small family; good references; country pre- ferred.-Apply. between six and eight p.m., 47, The Parade, Cardiff. 628w22 WANTED, active Girl as General, to Do Plain Cooking; another servant kept; good character indispensable.-Apply Mrs. Poole, Watton Lawn, Gloucester. 635w22 Kitchenmalds Wanted. KITCHENMAID Wanted; must be able to churn; aged about 16.—Apply Mrs. R. Garnons Williams, Ty-mawr, Brecon. 898w24 Laundresses Wanted. "f^ANTBD immediately, a good, all-round » » Ironer.-None but experienced ironers need apply Manageress, Bridgend Steam Lg.undry. 839 w 22 Female Servants Want Places. AS Sewing and Children's Maid; good dress- maker; aged 20; not been out before; good references.—Address G., 25, Argyle-street, Swansea. 934w24 SITUATION Wanted a3 General Servant; kJ -1 good plain cook; excellent character.—. Apply, by letter only, Ashbury Villa, Tuffley- a'-emie, Gloucester. 918w27 SOMERSETSHIRE Servant Disengaged; cook Is nicely, wash, iron, JB12; Others £ 6— £ 12.— Select Country Agency, 9, Radnor-road, Canton, Caidiff. (Stamp.) 878w26 WANTED, Situation as Children's Maid or Mother's Help; good dressmaker.—Apply L 37, Western Mail, Cardiff. 858w23 WANTED, by respectable Person, Washing, Cleaning, or Help Cooking; four days a week. Address 102, Coburn-street, Cathays, Cardiff. 825w22_ LADIES Suited with All Classes of Servants. Situations Secured for Servants. Fee_ls.— Miss Walters, 30, Page-street, Swansea. 7?8w24 Male Servants Wanted. WANTED, a steady, smart Youth as Groom and to Clean Boots.—Mrs. Cobb, Njthfa, Brecon. 8V4w24 ANTED, a strong Youth, about 16, to Assist W Gardener and Make Himself Generally Useful.—Apply, stating wages and references, to Lady Lewis, The Mardy, Aberdare. 897w24 Male Servants Want Places. WANTED, Situation as Cowman on Estate or Caretaker of some Place of Trust; can assist in garden; wife good dairymaid; scientific butter-maker; used to estate work; excellent reference; no encumbrance.—Appiy J. Horner, Gwerthonor Farm, Gellygaer. 926w £ 7 WANTED, Situation as Coachman or Groom- Coachman; drives single or pair; 3 £ years' excellent references from two last place?; abstainer.—E. B., Oak View, Keynsham, Bris- tol. 931w27 WANTED, Situation as Groom or Groom- Coacltman; thoroughly understands stable duties; ride and drive well; aged 21; v eight 9st. 81b.; good references.—Apply 38, Brackla-stroet, Bridgend. 912w24 WANTED, Situation as Gardener; good W single-handed or where help is given; exyerienced in all branches; good references; disei:gaged.—Apply E. Burden, 17, Union-street, Frome, Somersetshire. 914w27 GENTLEMAN Wishes to Recommend his Groom-Coachman; 5J years' food charac- ter; married; abstainer; drive single or pair; trustworthy, reliable servant.—J. Rees, Furnan, Pembrey._ 844w25 SITUATION Wanted as Single-handed Coach- S man; can ride' and drive well; single or pair; good reference; aged 24; weight 9st. 101b. —Davies, Castle Martin, Newbridge, County Kil- dare, Ireland. 850w26 ~SJLTANTED, Situation as Gardener and Cow- V* r.in; middle-aged; willing io be useful; can manage small greenhouse.—Morgan. 56, Widemarsh-street, Hereford. 804w22 (""H OOD, all-round Man Seeks Situation as T Working Farm Bailiff or Position of Trust; life experience in all branches; under- stands hunters, young horses, &c.—L 17, Wes- tern Mail, Cardiff. 766w22 AS Groom-Coachman or "Working Stud Groom; understands management of hunters, harness horses, and breaking of young horses, also the cleaning of hunting clothes; ride well over a country; excellent references from a late M.F.H.—Apply L 28, Western Mail Office, Cardiff. 820w22 AS Groom-Coachman; single or pair; aged 22; single; 44 years' good character.—W. Mullett, Doffryn, St. Nicholas, near Cardiff. w27, • iBomrstic ^rruants. Male Servants Want Places- Continued. WANTED. Situation as Gardener, single- tT handed or second, by Young Man, 23; four years' good character; abstainer; two certificates; twelve months present place; dis- ) engaged 23rd inst.—Apply Jenkins, care of W. 1 Rosser, Brynamlwg Hall, near Neath. 783w22 RE-ENGAGEMENT as Groom Coachman or Groom-Gardener; thoroughly experienced; good references.—Apply to O. Owen, Penygraig House, Park-street, Bridgend. 664w23 AS Coachman or Groom-Coachman; drive A single or pair; aged 31; married; good [) character.-Mitchell, Watkin's Cottage, Pen- tyrch, near Cardiff. 630w22 WANTED, by 7th September, Situation as W Groom; under coachman or single- handed; aged 22.-Address C. Salt, Groom, Cwrt- y-Vil. Penarth. 60339 &otel ^fi'uauts; Fen-ale Servants Wanted. WANTED immediately, an experienced Housemaid-Waitress; three in family; vsages £ 17; good reference required.—Address Mrs. Haigh, Croyland, West Kirby, Cheshire. 928w22 ANTED immediately. Young Girl, willing to assist in household duties and bar.— State age and wages Mrs. Bugby, Fountain Inn, Brecon. 908w24 WANTED, Chambermaid; thorough.—Apply, with reference, to Mermaid Hotel, Mum- bles. 60434 WANTED, S. thoroughly experienced Waitress; also Lad for Indoors: highest references required.—Apply York Hotel, Bridg- end. 819w23 BUSINESS Full Swing! Wanted, Manageress, B Barmaids, Waitresses, Chambermaids, Cooks. Kitchenmaids, Generals, House-Parlour- maids", Housekeeper (Farm, £30), Laundrymaids, Nurses.—Servants' Home Registry, 45, Charles- street, Cardiff; Arcade-chambers, Newport. klls.. Waiters, Boots, Billiard-markers, Grooms, Gardeners, Farm Bailiff .Families ^-upplied. w24 WANTED, smart Young Person r.s Barmaid; willing and obliging.—Apply, with photo and full particulars, Cross Inn Hotel, Pontar- dawe, Swansea. 8')3w25 ANTED, respectable Young Lady for Hotel V? Bar; good references required.—Apply, with full particulars, to Mrs. Andrews, Castle Hotel, Neath. 771w24 WANTED, for Vaults, reliable, competent Young Person, Willing to Make Herself Theful.-Write references and age L 8, Western Mail. Cardiff. 706w23 Female Servants Want Places. WANTED, Situation as Barmaid; can take charge of vaults; experienced; good references; aged 29.-Address M., 14, Green- sti eet, Cardiff. 917w27 RE-ENGAGEMENT by superior Young Lady as Barmaid in first-class Hotel; thoroughly i experienced; good reference.-Apply B 2, Queen's-terrace, Monmouth. 899w26 RESPECTABLE, experienced Barmaid Re- R quires Re-engagement; aged 26; excellent references.—Apply F. B., c/o. Mrs. Jones, 7, High- street, Builth, Breconshire. 845w2i_ WANTED, Situation as Manageress of Pub- lic-house or Restaurant; experienced; high-class references as to 'capabilities; has held licence.—Address Manageress, at Locke's Advertising Offices, 3, Commercial-street, New- port. 794w24 Male Servants Wanted. WANTED immediately, sharp Youth to Mark Billiards, Look After Pony, and Make Himself Useful; references.-Royal Hotel, rrreala w. 797w24 WANTED, a steady Boots and Billiard Marker; good references required.— Apply Mr. Lewis, Mount Stuart Hotel, Docks, Cardiff. 656 w22 REGISTER! Register !—Wanted, Several House Porters, Barmen, Waiters (18s.), Chefs, Kitchen Porters, Page-boys, Pantrymen.— Marks, Registry, Castle Arcade Balcony, Car- diff. 636w22_ Male Servants Want Places. "VTOUNG Man Wants Situation as Under Bar- X man; no experience; willing to make hinself useful; aged 19 years; good references given.—Apply W. Smith, Market-place, Hay, Breconshire. 938w22 Man and Wifa Wanted. ~V\TANTED, a respectable Couple to Take T T Charge of a Licensed Premises at New- port.—Address L 3, Western Mail, Cardiif. w23 Crabdto, ?Igtiirit!5, &r. Travellers. Agents, &c., Wanted. A Firm of Flour Miller* Require Traveller for Rhondda Valleys, Monmouthshire Hill District, &c.; must be steady, energetic, and have sound connection; liberal terms to a good n an.—Apnty. stating full particulars, to L 50, Western jiail, Cardiff. 60450_ WANTED, by a Firm who has covered the ground for years an Agent for South Wales, one Who has a Connection for the Sale of Paints, Colours, Varnishes, and Lubricating Oils.-Apply, giving full particulars, to L 18, Western Mail Office, Cardiff. 919w24 TEA TYade.—T. Bafis and Sons, 106, Fen- church-street, London, Require a Represen- tative for South-west Wales; liberal terms to the right man. LI5680 A Trustworthy Man of active habits, aged 25 J\. to 40, is Wanted to Take Up a responsible and remunerative Outdoor Position; whole or part time.—Write in first instance, stating age, occupation, &c., to L 39, Western Mail Office, Cardiff. 868w26 AGENTS Wanted for wealthy Plate-glass Insurance Company; liberal terms to suitable men. Also Glaziers for Re-placement of breakages Wanted in every town.—Apply Appointment, Western Mail, Swansea. 852w26 WANTED, well-educated Woman, about 30, in well-established, lucrative Business; good income to energetic woman. —L 31. Wes- tern Mail, Cardiff. 848w23^ 4 Representative is Wanted in Cardiff for an j\ important Company; to a suitable person the remuneration will be most liberal.-Address L 4, Western Mail, Cardiff. 696w23 Travellers, Agents, &c.f Want Employ. me.tt. Wf ANTED, by a Farmer's Son, Appointment VT as Agent for Feeding Stuffs, Manures, and Seeds for Carmarthenshire and South Wales.-Apply L 40, Western Mail Offices, Car- diff. 870w26 Clerks anti iftanagrrs. Clerks and Managers Wanted. EDGER Clerks Wanted at once.—State fullest 1 particulars and send photo to Ben Evans and Co. (Limited), Drapers, Swansea. 933w24 WANTED immediately, a good Commercial Clerk, with a thorough knowledge of County-court work and able to write short- hand; must be sober and respectable.-State age. references, and salary required, L 48, Western Mail, Cardiff. 907w26 "\TACANCY Occurs in Merchant's Office for a V tall, sharp, and respectable Lad as Junior. Apply, giving age, height, and salary re- auired with references, to L 46, Western Mail, Cardiff. 904w 24 J UNIOR Clerk Wanted; railway experience advantageous; must be smart and reliable. State age, wages, references, Junior, Locke's Advertising Offices, Newport. 840w22 1/trANTED, a Clerk, about 21 year3 of age, VV able to keep books by double entry.— State age, experience, salary required, and give references, L 30, Western Mail, Cardiff. al807 WJ ANTED immediately, a good Mechanical V Draughtsman experienced in Colliery work.—Apply, stating experience, age, and salary required, to L 26, Western Mail, Car- diff. 818w25 WANTED^ in South Wales Colliery competent Person as Cashier and Accountant; knowledge of French accounts and correspondence aesirable; salary £ ^75, with house and coal.—Apply, giving aare, experience, and references, to K 96, Western Mail Office, Cardiff. C, £ 1 Weekly.—An Income of 12s. 6d. to £ 1 per week can be earned in spare time or even- ings by any person able to write.—i roof sent free anywhere to those sending addresseu enve- lope to T. Smith and Co. (Dept. 9B), 16, Shaftes- bury-avenue, London, W. L15523 Clerks and MitnaCers Want Places. CLERK, experienced Book-keeper, used to supervision of accounts, Seeks Engagement in Newport.—Address A. X., Western Mail. New- port. 8S8w26 17 XPERT-Shorthand Writer and Typist (good lli book-keeper a.nd French correspondent) Wants Berth.—B., 48, Aibany-road, Cardiff. w23 YOUTH, m years of age, Seeks Situation as Clerk or Position of Trust; one year's experience in solicitor's office; unquestionable references.—Apply Phillips, Post-office, Llan- dovery. 861r2 A Mechanical Engineer, of large and varied experience, can Undertake, upon mode- rate terms, Visits and Superintending Mainte- nance and Erections Machinery, &c.; preparing plans, estimates, valuations; clay working machinery a speciality.-L 55, Western Mail, Car- diff. Sh7wa6 t Clerks anti Managers* Clerks and Managers Want Places- Continued. AN energetic, confidential Clerk is Open for • Engagement; experienced accountant and shorthand correspondent (speed 180 words per minute); competent to manage during prin- cipal's absence.—Kindly write (strictest privacy observed) L 32, Western Mail, Cardiff. 8f3w26 WANTED, by Pensioned Naval Petty Officer, Situation of Trust.—Address C., 8. Crad- dock-street, Cardiff. 673w23 ;$!JOP Steststants.. Shop Assistants Wanted. GENERAL Drapery.—Wanted, good Junior Y ouug Man; personal application pre- ferred.-W. Thomas, High-street, Pontypridd. 843w25 WANTED, Two smart Men Accustomed to the Grocery and Provisions.—Apply David Rees and Co. (Limited), Hayes Market, Cardiff. 826w25 TO Grocers' Assistants.—Wanted at once, a. reliable Hand; aged about 20 to 25 years; outdoors; accustomed to good class family trade; state full particulars in first application. -L 22, Western Mail, Cardiff. 807w22 PROVISION Trade.—Wanted, Several expe- rienced Salesmen; must be thoroughly recommended by late employers.-Apply Lipton (Limited), High-street, CardilF. 705w23 Milliners and Dressmakers Wanted. WANT ED at "once, First Hand Dressmaker (good fit and style) to Manage Small Workroom.—Buckland, Draper, Barry. 769w24 DRESSMAKING.—Wanted, Two experienced Bodice Hands at once.—Apply David Evans and Co. (Limited), Queen-street, Cardiff. 75lw24 iBisctllaneous situations* Situations Vacant. PATTERNMAKER.-Wanted, in large Col- P lieries in South Wales, an Improver, with three or four years' experience.-Address L 51, Western Mail, Cardiff. 60451 WANTED, a Few good Iron Moulders Accus- T tomed to General Engineers' Work.—Apply Ea-stons, Erith, Kent 924w22 WANTED, sharp Lad to Feed Cropper Machine; previous experience necessary.— Apply Cambrian Works, Penarth-road, Car- diff. alS08 WANTED immediately, Young Man Assist in Bakehouse and General Work.—H. Q. Coates, Llandrindod Wells. 80lw22 WANTED, Estate Carpenter; handy man understanding all repairs, plumbing, mmaonry.—State references and wages (home and coal found), Iscoed, Ferryside. 732w24 OREMAN Platelayer Wanted to Take Charge F of Gang for Laying In New Line and Sidings.—Reply, stating previous experience, to Cruwys and Hobrough, New Dock Branch Rail- way. Gloucester. 60402 SAWYER Wanted; thoroughly up in conver- IO sion of English timber; sharpen own saws; first-class character; probability of becoming foreman.—State wages, &c., Richard Williams and Son, English Timber Merchants, Cinderford, Glos. 60401 \\TANTED. Early, a Scabbier, Radyr Quarry V* regular work for steady and good work- man.—State wages wanted, Lewis, Timber Mer- chant, Pontypridd. 714w23 OINERS.-Good Bench Hands Wanted; per- JOINER8.—Good Bench Hands Wanted; per- manency to good men. Also Fixers.—Apply H. Willcock and Co., Contractors, Wolverhamp- ton. 487w26 WANTED. Moulder, used to Heavy and Medium Work.—Fielding and Piatt, Gloucestei^ 6C167 Situations Wanted. WANTED, Situation as Caretaker or Place of Trust; pensioned sergeant Royal Marines.—A. R., Western Mail, Newport, Mon. 841w25 9partment5» Apartments Wanted. TWO Gentlemen Require Bedrooms and Sit- ting-room; Plasturton-gardens or imme- diate neighbourhood preferred.-L 29, Western Mail, Cardiff. 834w22 Apartments to Let. APARTMENTS.—Ye Wyndham, Barry Island A (on the beach); good bathing; six rooms. —Address Manageress. 920w24 SUPERIOR Apartments; good cooking and attendance.—99, Cathedral-road, Cardiff. w27 BUILTH Weils.—Home from Home.—Apart- ments, board or without, light, lofty rooms; central position; reasonable; piano: highest references —Lichfield House. 929w24 NICELY Furnished Apartments; suit one or two gentlemen; oath (hot and cold); terms moderate.—136, Richmond-road, Roath, Cardiff. 916w27 c. AERPHILLY-To Let, Well-fumished Dining C 'and Breakfast Rooms and Three Bedrooms. Apply Mrs. Young, The Hollies, St. Martin's- road. 833w2.2 SUPERIOR Front Rooms to Let; would suit s one or two gentlemen; every convenience; 'Newport-roa.d end.-5, Oakfield-street, Car- diff. 824w25 LADY Offers cheerful, refined Home for Young Gentleman; or would let rooms separately. —Apply, in first place, K 48, Western Mail. Car- diff. 833w25 SEASIDE Apartments from August 29th; three s bedrooms and sitting-room; attendance if required: stabling.—Mrs. Price, Sea View, Ilant- wit-Major, Glamorgan. 604hl8 TO Let, One or Two Bedrooms, with Sitting- room, Comfortably Furnished; near beach; terms very moderate.-34, Windsor-terrace, Pen- arth. 762w24 SOUTHERNDOWN.—Bracing air — mountain ks 3,00 sea; excellent bathing. Comfortable Apartments, moderate terms, it the Marine; perfect sanitary arrangements.—Apply Pro-' prietor. 731w24 00 Charles-street.—Large Front Sitting-room; OOJ bedroom adjoining; well furnished; bathroom; good cooking, with punctuality; central for stations and docks. 679w23 SUPERIOR Apartments to Let to One or Two S Gentlemen; dining out.—162, Newport-road, Cardiff. 608w22 GOOD Apartments. 11, Despenser-street, River- side moderate terms, board cr other- wise central; bath; piano; no children; con-, venient; one or more gentlemen. 619w22 APARTMENTS, Furnished, near Mackintosh A Institute; suit gentleman or two friends; hot and cold bath; terms moderate.-24, Arran- street, Roath. Cardiff. 601w22 PENARTH.—Lansdowne Private Hotel; exton. P sive Channel view; superior accommoda- tion; moderate charges; special terms to per- manent boarders. 44id premises* Dwelling-houses Wanted. WANTED, from November till March, a Well-furnished House in the West-end of Cardiff, with coach-house and stabling pre- ferred.—Apply Mrs. Williams, Henstaff Court, Pcntyclun. 60433 W ANTED, from September, easy reach of Queen-street, not less than Four Bed- l-ocms and Usual Accessories; permanent terant.—L 43, Western Mail, Cardiff. 872w23 WANTED,T)etached Country Villa or Small W Farm, within reasonable distance of Car- diff and near railway station.—Address K 89, Western Mail, Cardiff. 621 w22 Dwelling-houses to be Let. TO be Let, Unfurnished, Penrhewlyn House, near Neath.—A desirable dwelnng-house, 01 an elevated situation, commanding exten- sive sea and land views; li miles from Neath and cne mile from Briton Ferry; with good k'tchen and flower gardens, tennis lawn, Ac., &c., and having on the ground floor a large diring-room with conservatory, drawing-room with conservatory, breakfast-room, and usual domestic offices; on the first floor six best bed- rooms and w.c., and on the attic floor four bedrooms; a large cellar underground, and otit-off:ces, consisting of coach-house, stabling fo" five horses, cow-nouse, Ac., Ac.; possession may be had on the 1st October next.-For further particulars apply to Mr. David Tre- harne, Estate Agent, Pentre, Rhondda Valley. 60448 "I Q Dumfries-place, to Let.-Full particulars 18, apply W. Howells, 96, St. Mary-street, Cardiff. 909w26 TO Let, 2, Kymin-terrace, Penarth; near T bpach and station; pleasantly situated; overtoiling channel; three reception, 5 bed rooms; bath-room (hot and cold); large green- houses; rent, £40. 896w26 TO Let, situated tetween Langland and Cas- well Bays, convenient detached Unfur- nished Residence, containing three reception- rocms, six bedrooms, two attics, stables, green- houses, beautiful garden, lawn, orchard, &c.; commands view of Channel and bay; low rer.tal; prompt possession could be arranged. -Address L. W., Western Mail, Swansea. ,6 TTf7YNDCLIFF, 124, Newport-road.—This con- V venient Residence at reduced rent.— Apply Gottwalt1., Bowring, and Perry, 11, High- street, Cardiff. 882w26 -j p Glenroy-street; 69, Alexandra-road; House JLOJ and Shop, 115, Carlisle-street.—Apply next door, or 145, Clifton-street, Cardiff. 883w26 ^ramses* Dwelling-houses to be LQt-Continued. AKRi.* Dock.—Convenient Residence, wiiii or without stable and coach-house; central situation; excellent repair.-Henry Grant, 73, Holton-road, Barry. 864w26 STEEL Villa, Ferryside, Furnished or Unfur- nished eleven rpoms; sea view.—Apply W. II. Mitchell, School House. 862w26 QX1 Cowbridge-road, to Let; in good con- dition. Also Stable, Coach-house.—Apply Rees, 294, Cowbridge-road, Cardiff. 846w26 TO Let, near Swansea, large Detached Family Residence, standing jji its own grounds; ccach-house, stabling for three horses, hot- he vses, and gardens; lovely view.—J. M., Wes- tern Mail, Swansea^ 832w25_ TO Let, large Detached House; grand view of -L Swansea and Mumbles; large gardens and greenhouses.—J. L., Western Mail. Swansea. w25 PENARTH.—Furnished House; very conve- p nient; pleasantly situated; near station sfnd beach; moderate terms.—Apply L 23, Wes- tern Mail Office, Cardiff. 8C9w22 "tjENARTH.—Houses to Let -(Furnished); Beach- JL road and other good positions, for autumn and winter.—Edmunds, Ho'-ise Agent, Penarth. 810w25 LARGE Dwelling-house, superior fitted Offices, Dock-street, to Let.—Apply, in first in- stance, by lptter, to A. Q., Western Mail, New- port. 796w24 QUPERIOR, Roomy Corner House; newly IO decorated—No. 1, Hamilton-street.—Apply Evans and Hughes, Borough-chambers, Whar- ton-street, Cardiff. 757w24 PORT Tasibot.—Furnished House; convenient for sea bathing; three reception-rooms, five bedrooms, bath-room.—Powell and Cooke, Auctioneers, Bridgend. 743w24 TO Let, 45, De Burgh-street; hot and cold bath.—Apply 30, Neville-street. Canton, Cardiff. 644 w22 PENARTH.—Houses to Let or for Sale. List free.—Edmunds, Estate Agent. Windsor- chambers, Stanwell-road, Penatrh. 617w22 TO be Let or Sold, 58, Partridge-road; com- T fortable house.—Apply 105, Newport-road, Cardiff. Immediate possession may be had. w22 FIRST-Class Six-stall Stable and Cottage to Let; centre of town.—Apply Old Brewery, Cardiff. 607w22 i~TESSRS. A. TREVOR ROBERTS, HILL, and L CO., Land and Estate Agents, 12, Thomp- son-street. Barry Dock, Barry Island, 383. Cow- bridge-road, Canton, and 27, High-street, Cardiff, beg to draw attention to the following IEASEHOLD Ground Rejjt of -142 per annum, J held on the security of business premises situated in the heart of Barry Dock; price. 21 years' purchase. Fol. 722. VICTORIA Park (Main Road).-To be Let or V Sold, well-built, attractive Residences, having six bedroom3, bathroom, two reception- rooms, &c.; papered throughowfc and ready for occupation; rent 13s. 6d. per week.-Keys at 388, Cowbridge-road. Fol. 710. T/iUroKlA Park, Cauton.—.Nice compact V Houses, with from four to six bedrooms, &c.; papered throughout; rents from as. to 14s. per week.—Keys at i88> Cowbridge-road. SMALL Country House Required to Rent, with good garden (stable within about six miles of Cardiff.—Fulfisst particulars to A. Trevor Roberts, Hill, and Co., as above. VURNISHED Houses to Let a.t:- .1.: Dynas Powis, SaintwelL Barry. Penarth. Cadoxton. Clevedon. Llandaff. COMP ACT Investment for Disposal, consisting ) of 46 well-built Small Terrace Houses, in Cardiff; let to a respectable class of tenants, and producing a certain, net income of ever 6 per cent, interest Qn the purchase money, after making liberal allowances for outgoings and contingencies; lease over 90 years unexpired at moderate ground rents.—Frill particulars on application to above. 53236 riAHli South Wales, Monmouthshire l-)'i',>-fty X Register for August Free on Applica- tion or Post.—Hern and Pertwee, House Agents Auctioneers. Valuers. Ac.. Cardiff. 28815 Dwelling-houses to -be sold* I^CfR Sale, 9 and 11, Rennie-street, Riverside; well let and in sjj/d repair.-—Apply H. Clements, Railway Hotel, Penarth. 905w26 VICTORIA Road, Portbcawl.—Capital Resi- V dence; price moderate; would let to res- pectable tenant.—Evans and Hughes, Estate Agents, Wharton-street, Cardiff. 828w25 QQ Howard-gardens, Cardiff.—For Sale, this DO) most desirable, well-built, and conve- niently arranged Residence, with immediate possession.-Apply Hern and Pertwee. Auc- tioneers, Cardiff. 754w24 FOR Houses of Every Description, in Cardiff and District to be Sold or Let apply Bailey and Giller, Auctioneers and House Agents, 24, Duke-street, Cardiff. 671w23 OR Sale, Four Villas in Wood-road, Ponty- F pridd; always well let.—Particulars Bailey apd Giller, Auctioneers and House Agents. Car- diff. 672iv23 Business Premises to be Let. A Chemist's Business Premises to Let, in populous and rapidly growing colliery district.—Apply G. A. Evans, Accountant, Moun- tain Ash. 60447 HEATHFIELD Chambers, 10, Heathfield-street. ii —Corner Shop, Chambers, and Premises to Let. Michaelmas.—Mr. J. E. Stevens, Solicitor, Wind-street, Swansea. 886w26 IO Westgute-fitreet (close to General Post 12, Office); suitable for offices or shop.- Apply Mr. John Jenkins, 10, Westgate-street. Cardiff. S66w26 T North-road.—Good Double-fronted Shop, » with Dwelling-house; side entrance; rent moderate.—Apply John Jenkins, 10, Westgate- street, Cardiff. 865w26 SHOP and Offices to Let, 23, St. Mary-street; S between the Royal Arcade and Market- house best position in Cardiff; suite of offices second floor, and suite of offices third floor.- Apply to Jotham and Sons, 26 and 27, St. Mary- street, Cardiff. 893w26 CORNER Shop Let; suit any business; most C important position in the increasing town of Abeycynon.—Lewis, Timber Merchant, Ponty- pridd. 811w25_ HOUSE and Shop to Let at Whitchurch: suit- able for any business.—Apply to Daniel Thomas, Cross Keys, Nantgarw, Pontypridd. 784w24 rpYLORSTOWN.—House and Shop to Let; T best position; good opening for watch- maker not one in the place.—Apply to D. Morgan, Grocer, Tylorstown. 747w24 TO Let, Corner Shop and House; suitable any business; tenancy weekly, or lease if re- quired; good business position—10, Wells-street, Canton.—Apply 46, Louisa-street, Docks, Car- ds ff. 697 w23 TO Let. 96, St. Mary-street; spacious shop; large store-rooms, cellar, Ac.; first-class fitted-window, side, and suffit mirrors, &c.; gas and electric light laid on.—Apply J. Jacobus, 2. Duke-street, Cardiff. al542 f Business premises to be Sold. PONTYCLUN.-For Sale, the Railway Restau- P rant; large business premises; good cellar; large stores at the back; suit any trade; good position; long lease.—Apply on the Premises. 616w22 Offices to Let. OFFICES to Let, In goofl position m St. Mary- street; electric lighted and heated ny steam; moderate rents.-Apply J. p. Jones. Richards, and Budgen. 14. Western Mail-cham- bers. Cardiff. 52150 WESTERN MAIL-CHAMBERS.—Offices to Let, in Suites of Two, Four, or Six Rooms, on Each Floor —Apply to Mr. E. H. Crafter, Western Mail Office, Cardiff. 50076 Stables to Let. CONVENIENT Four-stall Stable and Coach- C house, at rear of No. 1. Hamilton-street; possession immediately.—Evans and Hughes, House Agents, Cardiff. 788w24 Sporting. I^ISHING.—Wanted, a Day's Bottom Fishing as an Outing for Two Schoolboys; would like it near farmhouse or inn, where family could find accommodation.—L 27, Western. Mail, Car- diff. 820w22 ANTED, Rough Shooting or Rabbiting, between Swansea and Newport.—Send full particulars J. D., Western Mail. Swansea, -w 22 PLENDID Mixed Shooting over l,200 Aeres s may be had on reasqnable terms.—Apply J. Keith Sime, Swan Hotel, Haverfordwest. w26 BRECONSiriRE.—M ixed Shooting ^Let, from B the 1st of September Next till the 1st of March. 1899, over the Scethrog Property, about 400 Acres.—Apply Mrs. Williams, Scethrog, Bwlch R.S.O. 668w23 OR Sale (Bargain), double-barrelled, breech- loading, hammerless Gun, in good condi- tion.—Apply Phil Phillips, Jeweller, 24 St. Mary-street, Cardiff. a.1812 ilaniK Agricultural Land. TO Let, with Entry on 29th September, a Well- watered Sheep Walk m the Borders of Brecknockshire, extending to about 1.000 Acres of Well-sheltered Hill Pasture and Meadow Land, with good House and Buildings. —Address 11 3, Western Mail Office, Cardiff. £ 9965 Brecknockshire, extending to about 1.000 Acres of Well-sheltered Hill Pasture and Meadow Land, with good House and Buildinp. -Address 11 3, Western Mail Office, Cardiff. £ 9965 'I flublir-Oouscs anti'ijusmrsfces Pubttc-houeeo for Disposal. ONMOUTHSHIRE.—The Wellington, Aber- lU- garenny; in the main street; proprietor going abroad; with immediate possession.— Apply to J. D. Williams. 925w27 NEATH.—To be Let, on Lease, main N thoroughfare, One of the Best Double- hceneed Houses in Town; pleasantly situated; possession 29th September.-Apply H. Stone, Wine Merchant, Neath. 913w27 TO Let, with immediate possession, a charm- ing Corner Public-house; almost on the beach, Swansea; a most comfortable and well- arranged dwelling-house; terms moderate; cash down required not less than £ 300.—James and James, Auctioneers, Swansea. ,fi85w26 FULLY LicensecTHouse; n&ar shipping; rent only £ 30; back entrance; stabling; £ 300; money-making concern.—Puke, 13, Clare-street, Bristol. 60437 £ 50 Only. Great Bargain.—Country Public, with paddock, well-cropped garden; rent £ 16; must be sold. Another, £ 90.—Duke, as above. 6G437 LOUCESTERSHIRE.—Fully-licensed House! with paddock, stabling, and garden; rent £ 25; extensive trade, £ 173; suit beginners.— Duke, 13, Clare-street, Bristol. 60437 MONMOUTHSHIRE. — Pretty Froo Spirit M Vaults in charming district; close station; new rent L15 per annum; garden, stabling, out- buildings; excellent dwelling-house; £ 200.—Mr. Duke, 13, Clare-street, Bristol. 60437 P. -ÊMBROKESHIRE.-To be Let on Lease, a P Free Double-licensed Public-house, vith horses, traps, furniture, &c., as a going concern; corner situation, doing large trade; excellent stabling and accommodation; in centre of market and fairs; doing splendid business.— Apply to Mr. Eastlake, Rate Collector, Tenby. 805w25 FOR Sale, Liverpool Arms, Haverfordwest, F Freehoid Double-licensed Public-house.— Apply Ellis, 1, Market-street, Haverfordwest. 661w23 FOR Sale, Public-house and Premises, called the Cresselly Arms, King-street, Car- marthen; also Cresselly Arms and Premises and Garden at Cothi Bridge, in the Parish of Llanegwad, one mile from Nantgaredig Station. —For particulars apply to H. Seymour Allen, Esq., Cresselly. Pembroke. 60118 THE late Masons' Arms, Ammanford, to be Sold; good garden; unexpired lease 67 vears.—Particulars apply Evan Hughes. 3, Garth Villas, Taff's Well, near Cardiff. 456w25 Businesses for Disposal. MR. Joseph Thomas, of Haverfordwest, who wishes to retire from business, is Open to Sell or Let on a Lease his Premises, in- cluding-a Dwelling-house, Office, and Stores; the business (Seed, Manure, Corn, and Butter) has been established for over 50 years, and the premises are situated in one of the best parts of the town; no stock or book debts need be taken. 922 w24 OLD-Established, flourishing Business, com- prising" big bread trade, with bay, straw, and corn connection, for Disposal; lucrative concern; good reasons for disposal. -Terms on application to Griffiths and Millington, Valuers, Worcester. 800w25 TT'OR Sale, Works for tlfce Manufacture of X; Aerated Waters and Bottling of Ale, Stout, &c., with Machinery, Horses, Carts, and Bottles complete, the whole being in first-class order: a good connection with the best houses in the town.-Apply A. E., Western Mail. New- port. 649w22 iflbitcp* Money Wanted. WANTED, £ 100 for Two Years to increase W business; re-payments arranged; jE25 interest and 10 per cent. on actual takings given; safe investment.-Address K 98, Western Mail, Cardiff. 676w23 300 Wanted on Mortgage of Premises in the Centre of Cardiff at 5 per cent.-Particulars of Mr. J. Stanfield, Lion-chambers, 77, St. Mary- street, Cardiff 60117 iflisifllaneous. Miscellaneous Wants. WANTED, Left-off Clothing of Every Descrip- tion, Furniture, Pianos, Violins, Silver and Old Gold; best price given.—Mame, 40, Caicline-street, Cardiff. 936w27 Pitwood Wanted; quote price in lots of 50 or 100 tons on rail.—Wheeler, Midsomer Norton, near Bath. 60465 MRS. Gorman, 13 and 15, Bridge-street, also Wyndham Arcade, Cardiff, Purchaser of Ladies', Gentlemen's, and Children's Wardrobes, Boots, Jfcc. Established 1863. 902w26 IRON Hurdles.—Wanted, in Large or Small I Lots, cheap, Few Dozen for Fencing Shrubs. AJso Few Yards Unclimbable Fencing.—Geo. Sea- borne, Hengoed, Maesycwmmer. 890w22 CLOTHING.—Ladies', Gentlemen's, Children's C Left-off Clothing Bought.—Mrs. Rich, 73, Castle-road. Cardiff. Best prices. Orders punc- tually attended to. 699w23 WANTED, Wrought-iron Shafting (old), 4in. to 8in. diameter, round or square; also Cast-iron Scrap.-Address K 97, Western Mail, Cardiff. 658w22 LADIES' and Gentlemen's Wardrobe- Bought, Town or Country.—Orders promptly Attended to by Mr. or Mrs. S. Beer, 30, Caroline- street.. Cardilf. Established 1004, 68527d LEFT-OFF Clothes.—Mrs. Roddy. 9, Sandon- L street, Newtown, Cardiff. Purchaser of Ladies' and Gentlemen's Wearing Apparel, Ac. -All orders punctually attended to in town or country. Good prices given. 594 LADIES', Gentlemen's, and Children's Ward- robes Bought. Orders attended to, town or country.—Mr. and Mrs. S. L. Green, Dumfries House. 32. Caroline-street, Cardiff. 52000 Miscellaneous Sales. RICK Sheets! 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. Ac., 16 square yards, Is.; 1, 2, and 4-yard widths; iwO square yards, 10s.—Grainger, 8, Working-street (opposite St. John's Church), Cardiff. e6929 Is Your Watch Wr Bg? The Best and I Cheapest Shop in Cardiff for the Repair of Watches of every description, English or Foreign, Îii 38, Castle Arcade (third shop from Castle-street), by James Keir, for ten years with Mr. Spiridion. Clocks and Music Boxes Cleaned and RenairecL e4209 FEATHERS! Feathers H—Clean and dry; thoroughly purified; warranted ready for use; 7d. lb., carriage paid.-F. Baker, 25. Cam- brian-place, Carmarthen. 895w26_ STROLOGY.—Your^Future Foretold, Mai- riage, Children, Changes in Circumstances, Journeys, Legacies, &c.—Send date of birth, 12 stamps, and stamped envelope Mr. Cole, 30, Cheltenham-place, Brighton, Sussex. 859w26 FOR Sale, South Wales Daily News" past seven years; half-yearly volumes, bound complete, 15a. each; offers.-L 36, Western Mail, Cardiff. 856w26 1,698 Furniture Bargains at Harris's Furniture -L D.)ot, in Newport Market.—Dining-room Suites, 3i guineas; Bedroom Suites, three guireas.-Pounds can be saved by Furnishing at E. E. Harris's, the Oash Furnishers, in the Market-hall, Newport. 720w23 BEST Quality Dark Navy Blue Waterproof Coat, deep all-round Cape; fit man about 5ft. 8in.; medium size; new condition; sacri- fice 20s.; cost double; approval.-J ohruiOn. Wes- tern Mail, Newport. 723w23 SUPERIOR Quality Gentleman's Dark Navy S Blue Serge Suit; jacket shape; 39 breast; 31 inside leg seam; fit medinm man; eminent tailor made: worth 50s.; sell 20s.; approval.— Major, Locke's Advertising Office, Newport, Mon. 724w23 TDAPEBHANGINGS! Paperhangings!—To be P Sold for Cash at once in order to make room for another business. About 100 Pieces Sienna Paper, 150 Pieces Gold Papers, 400 Pieces Sa nitary Papers, 1,000 Pieces Pulps and Grounds. —Apply for particulars to Occupier, 64. Vic- toria-street, Dowlais. 60395 FOR Sale, an Aerial Railway and a Shooting Range.—Apply D. Evans, 9, Windsor-place, Cardiff. a1791 CURE for Piles.—Perfect Cure Guaranteed in most stubborn cases; post free, 2s. 9d., 4s. 6d.-La Trobe, Chemist. St. Michael's-hill, Bristol. 246w23 CATERERS.—Suitable Teas, per lb., in 201b. Caddies—Tea Dust. 9Jd.; Broken Tea, 9id.; Choice Semi-leaf. Is. Id. Sample, stamp.— Selsct Ceylon Tea Agency, 39, Lime-street, Lon- don. 1.15664 C^LEAN White Waste Newspapers.—Temporary J reduction in price; carriage paid, 5s. 6a. per cwt., to clear, to any part of South Wales or West of England; special terms for large quantities or for pink papers.—Cash with order to Western Mail, Cardiff. al476 PATENT Automatic Office Paperweight and Monthly Calendar for Four Years, Is.- Stationery Department, Western Mail, Cardiff. TOBACCONISTS Commencing.—See Illus- tiated Guide (259 pages), free.—Tobacconists' Outfitting Company, 186, Euston-road, London. Hairdressers Fitted. Manager, Hy. Myers. 3200d PARLOUR Games. Is., post free; Obstacle Race, Quoits, and the Latest Novelty, "The Penalty Kick" Table Football.—Stationery Department, Western Mail, Cardiff. 50430 TICKETS in Rolls of 1,000 each, for Bazaars, Concerts, &c., Is. 3d., postage 3d.—Western Maii Limited, Cardiff. 50430 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- l diff. 50430 I iHiscrllaneous* Miscellaneous saies-continued. SAVE Time" Letter Cards, 25 for 4id.. post free; an improvement on the Government card.—Stationery Department, Western Mail. Cardiff. 50430 THE Best Selected Stock of Perambulators and Go-Carts Now on Show at prices to suit all buy-;rs.—Cross Bros. AKONARDS, for addressing boxe? Ac., id- T and 2d. per packet.—W estorn Mail Limited, Cardiff. 50430 TNVOICE and Letter Files. All the leading X styles.—Tae Sequence File, 1 he Wax- wick File," "The Standard File," The Com- n-on-sense File.Sk.tionery Department, Wes- tern Mail. Cardiff. 50430._ THE New Game, Tible Football, Is., post free. —Stationery Dapartment, V> estern Mail, Cardiff. THE Latest Improved Letter File, The Modern" File; 4s. 6d.—Stationery Depart- ment, Western Mail, Cardiff 50430_ ILKSELLER'S Delivery Book, Is.-Sta- 1\ tionery Department, Western Mail, Car- diff. 60430 NE Thousand-Pase Letter Copying Book; half bound call", 5s.; special line.—'Western. Mail Stationery Department, Cardiff. 50 C<TYLOGRAPHIC Fountain Pens, 3s., post free; 0 invaluable to every business man.-Sta- tiorery Department, Western Mail, Cardiff. 50430 THE Trypograph Copying Apparatus; pro- duces thousands of copies from one hand- writing or typewriting.—Price list on applica- tion to Western Mail Stationery Department, Cardiff. A UTOMATIC Constant Level Infcitand; ..11.. is. 2d., post free.—Stationery Department, Western Mail, Cardiff. 50430 A DHESIVE Linen Tape for Repairing Music, .J-1.. &c., 3d., post free, per roll.—Stationery Department, Western Mail. Cardiff- 50430 THE'_Handy"77_Bo.)k Marker, 3d., post free.— Stationery Department, Western MaiU-Oar- d j ff. i'Q430 ONE Dozen "English Make" Blacklaads, 4id. —Stationery Department, Western Mail, Cardiff. EQ430 A DJUSTABLE Drawer Partitions. Is. 1Ier box. A. —Stationery Department, Western Mail, Cardiff. STONE'S Universal Portfolios for Letters, Price Lists, &c., Ac.; from 4d. each.—Sta- tionery Department, Western Mail, Cardiff. 50430 i?or$n>, iLlbr ^>torh, &r. IIOR Sale, Chestnut Roadster, rising six, 16.3 ? high: quiet, sood worker; suit gentle- man; carriage or hansom.—H. Charles, Maes- teg. "^72w24 ANDSOME Curly-coated Retriever Dog. ten 11 months old; partly broken to gun; very promising; price A,3 3s.—K 68, Western Mail. Cardiff. 615w22 FOR Sale, a Brace of Irish Setters, 16 months old; reliable workers; on approval.—Apply Davies. Auctioneer, Glynneath. 849w23 FOR Sale7Large St. Bernard Dog; good pedi- gree; three years; excellent temper, capital guard, clean habits; moderate price for good home.-Address L 44, Western Mail, Cardiff.[w24 Carriages, harness. Src, WANTED, Light Governess Car, suitable for donkey.—Particulars Lewis, Garth, Haver- fordwest. 891w24 LIGHT Wagonette in good condition; Parisian Phaeton for small pony, Donkey Governess Car.-Cardiff Carriage Company limited), Frederick-street, Cardiff. 881w26 STYLISH Canoe Landau, with patent self- I S acting head. Also Light Circular-fronted Brougham.-Cardiff Carriage Company (Limited), Frederick-street, Cardiff. 880w26 FOR Sale, at Gover's, Wha,rton-street, Car- diff, Two new Pony Carts, Three Spring Traps, Lot of Navvy's Barrows.. 863w26 LIGHT Victorias and Wagonettes; in good condition, also One-horse Landau, for Sale.T. Fuller ana Company. St. George'a- read. Bristol 693d floultrp. pigeons, &c. ANCONA and Buff Leghorn Chickens, 7s. Dozen, from Winners lis.; Orpingtons, Wyandotteo, Aylesbury Ducks, &c.-Coaley Poultry Farm, Dursley, Gloucestershire. 52371 OUI,Tltf.-If yea want your birds to pay P you write for prices and samples of food to Noah Rees and Son. Hay. Corn, and Seed Merchants. Cardiff. raagons anti Collierp £ equt$ite5. WANTED, 300 Yards 25/301b. per yard Sec- tion Fla-nge Rails; second-hand or slightly defective.—Apply Bedlwyn Coal Com- pany, Aberdare. 60436 BW AND SECOND HAND N 10-TON COAL WAGONS to be haa n snort Notice from the CARDIFF ROLLINU STOCK COMPANY. CARDIFF. Insprotioa Invited. 46627 Birpries?, €nn>cUs>, Srr* SAFETY, Lady's, also Gent.'s; £4 15s; S makers' guarantee; unscratched; money wanted.—Write L 5, Western Mail, Cardiff. w25 PliCIAL Olearance.-3 Solid Safeties, 38s. 6d. S each; 3 Cushions, 50s. each; 4 Pneumatics, £S each. Cash only —Morris Bros., Cycle Works, Pontypridd. Repairs, Enamelling, and Plating. prompt. Maps, 4d. Cycles on Hire. Gradual Payment System for Ladies' or Gent.'s. 50430 A Warning.—Why Risk 1'ou Lives on Maonines of Unknown Make when the Quadrant Cyele Co. (Government Contractors), Will Build You a Machine, fitted with Any Tyres. for .£12 128" or Twelve Monthly Payments, to Suit Your Own Convenience? Machines sent on approval any distance Write for lists. Alj machines supplied at wholesale prices —Head Depot: 35. Castle-street, Cardiff. Branch Depot: Hickman-road, Penarth. District Manager: Mr. T Silver. *499 A Special <'ffer to Ladies.—'1 he yuaarant uycie Co. Will Build You a Machine to Suit out Height and Weight fcr £ 12 12s, or Twelve Monthly Payments, to Suit Your Own Con- venience; Teach You to Ride Free of Charge, and Guarantee to Keep Machine in Perlect Order. Machines sent on approval any distance. and supplied at wholesale prices. Head Depot: 35. Castle-street, Cardiff. Branch Depot: Hick- man-road, Penarth- District Manager: Mr. I Silver. a499 iiflacl)inerp, Cools, &r. Machinery, Tools, &c., Wanted. REWERY Plant and Machinery Required, including Small Engine.—Powell and Co Borough-chambers, Wharton-street, Cardiff. w22 Machinery, Tools, &c., For Sale. OR Sale, a good Mortar Mill, in first-rate order, ^nd Yard to Let, in good position in Cardiu.—L 42, Western Mail, Cardiff. 873w23 GAS Engine <Croesleys); lj-h.p.; nearly new; in splendid working order; can be seen at any time; price £ 40.—Apply St. Ann's Cider Works, Chepstow. 60420 FOR Sale, the following Machinery, which may be seen "working, and which will be free for delivery in September:—Air-compressor, 12in. steam cylinder, 12in. air cylinder, with four Scram's rock drills and stretcher bars complete; One Pair 14in. Hauling Engines, with drums and rope; One lOin. Hauling Engine with drums; 1 Vertical Boiler, lift. Oin. x 5ft. 6in.; 1 Cochrane Boiler, 10ft. Oin. x 5ft. Oin.; 1 Cornish Boiler, 18ft. Oin. x 5ft. Oin., and 1 ditto 18ft. Oin. x 5ft. 6in.—all working under insurance at 701 b. pressure; 1 Evans's "Reliable" Double-acting Pump, 24iij. cylinder, 24in. stroke, 9in. rams; 1 Pea,rn's Double-acting, 14in. steam cylinder, 14in. stroke, 7in. raips; 1 Sheppard's Double-acting, 16in. steam cylinder, 16in. stroke, 9in. rams; 1 Cameron, 8in. steam cylinders, 3in. rams; 12ft. Incline Drum, with rope; 1 Exhaust Fan, with vertical engine; 1,000 Yards 3in., 800 Yards 4in., a-nd 300 Yards 5in. Eadie's Wrought Iron D Joint Tubes; 600 Yards 6in. C.I. Flange and Snigot nnd Faucet Pipes; 200 Yards 5in. C.I. Flange Pipes; 800 Yards 12in. Air Tubes, &c., &c., Ac.—Apply C. E. and H. M. Peel, Swan- sea,. 60411 FOR Sale, New 6ft. Mortar Mill, complete.— Apply James Pring, 55, Church-road. 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Chemists, St. Mar3F6 street. „ Hicks and Co. (Limited). Chemists. Queen-street. „ Hicks and Co. (LinlitedJ. Cheiaists. Duke-street. „ Hicks and Co. (Limited). Chemists. Cowbrids-e-road. Canton. A. J. Bellamy. Chemist. 61, Paget. street. Grangetown. „ Messi-a. Durk a.nd Sons. Chemists. St. John's-squnre. M E. Edwards. Chemist. 2, Mackintosh- place. Albany-road. w F. Millward. Chemist. 60, Woodville- road. Cathays. „ R. Mnmfortt. 60. Castle-road. Roath. „ R. Mumford. 17. Meteors-street, Splot- land. „ C. Clarke, Chemist, 2. Coburn- street. Cathays. n Howell Phlllips, Chemist, 253. Bute- street. R. Prnst, Chemist. 14. Broadway. Roath. to Jesse Williams and Co.. Chemists. Queen-street. „ D Thomas, Chemist. Pcnarth-road. ». Mr. Coleman. Chemist. St. Mary-street. » Mr. Wakefield, Chemist. 100. Cowbridge- road. u Mr. Owei .Tenkin^s. Chemist, Cow- bridge-road Richard Hughes, Chemist. 28. Sptott- road. Aneravon: Mr. Thomas Nicholas. Central Supply Stores. Water-street. 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Tr^edyrhiw: W. Morgan and Co. Cheltenham- Mr. J. James. 5 Promenade. Clarbeston Road: Robert Reid, Grocer, New Shop. CowbridTe: Mr. ,T. G. TTaroTd Bird. Ðbbw Vale- Mr. David Hughes, Grocer. Victoria-street. Hereford: Messrs. darkson and Son, 9. High-, terrace. Hantwit-Major- Mr. V^liam Cnmmkigs. Llanstephan; Evan T. THvies. The Emporium. Mertbyr: Messrs. G. M. and R. Gnnson, 67 and 68. High-street. Morriston: Mr. L Beran. Medical HalL Neath: Mr. C Fut^hins. Chemist. Newport: Messrs. T. Cordev and Co, High-street. Newport: Phillips and Son, Drug Stores, ? Commerci al-str eet. SOLD BY ALL CHEMISTS. Sole Manufacturer: pHIL pHILLIPS, 24. ST. MARY-STREET, CARDIFF. PHIL P.Hnxn.s- JjHEUMATIC (JURE. (REGISTERED.) FOR RHEUMATISM. GOUT. OR SCIATICA HAS CURED THOUSANDS. TESTIMONIALS FROM ALL PARTS. SOCKS. 10s. 6d. BELTS, 10s. 6d. WRISTLETS. 5a Send Measurements to the Manufactwer- EHIL pHILLIPS, 24, ST. MARY-STREET, CARDIFF. ryAVE YOU GOT A COUGHP YES P Then Use |JORTIMER'S £ JOUGl3 J/JIXTURE. ANY CHILD GOT WHOOPING COUGH? YES ? Then Use JjrORTIMER'SQOUGH jyjIX^URE. HAS YOUR BABY GOT CROUP P YES? Then Use ^JORTIMER'SQOUGH ^JIXTURE. MORTIMEWS QOUGH J^IXTURE IB K gPECIFl Q Of all Chemists, 1.. 1,d per Bottle. &1407 KITEFE&FO:T. >-1. I?..bj. ■ IW I .—L