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&btpplllg RI)tlrrs. QARDIFF and BORDEAUX. The Cardiff Steamship Company's first- class Screw Steamers will Sail as fol- lows :— GIRONDE Bordeaux for Cardiff ..Jan. 24 DORDOGNE Cardilf for Bordeaux — With Goods and Passengers. For rates of freight, Ac., apply to Messrs. John Whitham and Son, Agents, H, Quai des Chartrous, Bordeaux; and •t the offices of the Company, No. 51, Mount Stuart-square, '*rdiff. HOOPER. CAMPBELL, and CO- 60677 Managers. A L L A N L 1 N~E Ml^t ROYAL MAIL STEAMERS STATES & CANADA FROM LIVERPOOL. POLYNESIAN .For Halifax and Portland Jan. 22 JJIRCASSIAN For Halifax and Portland Jail. 29 CASPIAN For Halifax and Portland .Feb. 5 SARDINIAN For Halifax and Portland Feb. 12 PERUVIAN For Haliax and Baltimore Feb. 19 OARMATLAN For Halifa x and Portland .Feb. 26 OCEAN RATES Saloon, 12 to 18 Guineas; Intermediate, £ 6 Gs.; Steerage at Lowest Rates. Through Tickets at special rates to Montreal. Toronto, Chicago, and to all parts of Canada and the Western States. NOTE.—The best, quickest, and cheapest route for Manitoba hild thegreat North-Westisby the Mail Steamers of this Line. ASSISTED PASSAGES TO CANADA. Passengers landing at Halifax or Portland, and Koing inland, are accompanied on the Railway by the Company's special conductors. PAMPHLETS on Canada, Manitoba, and the Western States wee on application. Full particulars on application to ..ALLAN BROTHERS and Co., James-street, Liverpool; or to E; F. iCennard, Auctioneer, 19, yueon-atreet, and G. J*ird, 246, Bute-street, Cardiff; Vaughan and Wright, •6, College-street, and T. R. W. Mason and Co., Swansea; W. H.Rees. Auctioneer, Charlesville-place,Neatli; Philip Davies, George Hotel, Brecon Fredk. Allen, 9, Flannel-street, Abergavenny; John W. Francis, Goat- street, Haverfordwest W. Milton Locke, 33. High-street, J. Young, Tredegar Chambers, Bridge street, and Harse and frown, 173, Commercial-street, Newport, Mon.; A. Tilney, Market-street, Abertillery; W. 11. Lewis, Grocer, Pontygoss. EbbwVale; George Batten, 3*. Beaufort-street, Brynmawr D. J. Evans, General Outfitter, Merthyr Tydvil Ann Wat kins, 50, Glebeland-street, Merthyr Tydvil Robert Lougher. Auctioneer, Sc., Bridgend: D. J. Rees, Trealaw, Pontypridd; and E. H. Howard, 6. High-street, Pontypridd. A NOTHER LEG SAVED. 43. Lavender-road, Eattersea, S.W., Sept. 9. 1834. .Dar Sir,—I can boldly proclaim the Lion Ointment; it fully claims the highest eulo- gium that can be passed upon it. My little son sintered for live years with a diseased bone in his leg, causing open wounds lie had been in bt. ihoinas's, the Victoria Hospital for Chil- itreti, itijd Westminster Hospital, and under- went several operations finally they declared a cure was impossible, that his leg must be amputated to save his life. As I would not co is,-nt to that I took him away, and com- menced using the Lion Ointment, which com- pletely cuitd him. His hand was abo badly ulcerated, and the hospital surgeons said it would not get well until the leg was off but the ointment has also completely cured that. I shall be pleased to rilow his leg to anyone i interested in such a cure. I ain, dear Sir, yours truly, JOHN FALLI9TEW. To Mr. E. Burgess, 117, High Holborn. ULCEUS, Abscesses, Cancers, Tumours, Polypuses, Piles, Bad Legs, Old and Poisoned Wounds, including dog and other bites, and every form of Eruption and Skin Disease » ffeetually cured by the LION OINTMENT RIM) have heell cured after leaving various London and country hospitals as incurable, or curable only by amputation. Cancers, turnolll's, diseased bones, &c., ex- t.1'cte-ll, also photos of cases cured Oil view at the Proprietor's,E. Burgess, 117, High Holborn, and 1\ il1gggal,e-ötrcet, W.C. Sold Separately Is. ijd., 2s. 9d., 4s. 6d., lis., mid 22s per box, of Chemists, or free by post. Advice gratis. 7vWc "Throw Physic to the Dogs, I'll none of it."—SKAKKSPKARK. TJeaLTH, STUENGTH, and ENERGY. -JL Take no more Medicine, but wear TVi. BELL'S PATENT ELECTRIC L ELTS (Trade Mark Seli-Kestorer"), Ina?'llkh SERVOUMNESS, NEKVOlN DEBILITY, ■MJSS of povVER, WEAKNESS of BODY and MIND, u"ed hl 11 lcW tU>"3- A MEDIAL WORK to e. AWAY, showing atitferers how they maybe WnI^tlcCOV,el- Health, streiigi.h, and Manly Vigour post o, 1 the AXJ) of MEJJJC1NE, will be sent free bv Beereu'i vt0t"4pt 'rw" St>inips. Address VV. WRIGHT, ilrcetp \v* liouse, 175, Wardour-street, Oxford- Thii 13 l'ositive Cure WITHOUT MEDICINE. ferivd oueu'to ii"1'101"' Patent rights con- gratis. "4pection, and every information given • — 78t>5c It LUKITl ;-u B largest sale in the world." J-^CKHTS BLUE •• largest sale in the worM." j-> KCKITKS BLUE *• Largest Sale in the world." JVECKlTt's BLUE Largest sale in the world." NERVOUS AND PHYSICAL DEBJLITY SRAHa.-—Sent by Post to all litti-ts of the World oil re- ceipt ok Twu Stamps to prepay poatiige. 244 Pages. rf,IE BOOK OF SPECIAL REMEDIES. LX'l'I:AOJUH"lU'Y CURES HAVE BEEN MADl, When alt other idedicines and .Electricity have failed, of Jiui.ity a/nl 1.eiiuiyc'iriontd oi' the Nervous System, ental uiid Physical Depression, Palpitation of the leak.t. iiiiijitireu bigiic and Memory, Indigest.on, Loss • Pains in the Back, Dizziness, Aluseular lte- aii.?TK" X'"3S Sleep, Loss of Flesh. Weakness,Pimples, tti "°?s Nervi: Power. Tile name of tlie iledicint Hp pi1. English which ^vas used in each case. The 0 AL MEDICINES that were used by JJr. Smith for iEAHb are now Patented. FULL 1,>- n, ^HONtt are uivtu with iracli Medicine to enable *in *lid to selei;ttlie Molicine and CUKE HIMSELF W uut consulting a Medical Man. °eut uirect from Die Laboratoi y. H. <5MITU and CO., aj, SOUTH AM PTON-ROW, LO^DOM. W.C. 7838c OOOKLE'S ANTIBILIOUS PILLS, FREE FROM MERCURY. OOCKLE'S ANTIBILIUU8 PILLS, FOR LIVER. f^OCKLE'S ANTIBILIOUS PILLS, FOR BILE. OOCKLE'S ANTIBILIOUS PILLS, FOR INDIGESTION. O^JCKLE'S ANTIBILIOU S P ILLS, FOR HEARTBURN. ( J°CKLE'S ANTIBILIOUS PILLS, l'OIt SICK HEADACHES PILES, RHEUMATISM, STIPE JOINTS, 5-Jr chilblains, OLD SORES, LOSS of POWER, '>UVP feoas,ly aJI(i effectually cured after all other means its int l'ed trAMJEE'S ORIENTAL SALVE. Sine. "Uction into Greut Britain its effect has been Vy^o in apparently hopeless cases, as thousands *hd ,LVe ^een discliarged as iucurable from London Other Hospital gratefully testify. Heaù! One W p ,u°re good than £ 100 spent on other remedies.— ^inrt -v> Penrkyn-—Direct from C1IAS. MAGGS, 13, ^bfcn," S^ree'i* Swansea, for d, 14, or 33 stamps. From J'nr-:13'3 through Barclay and Sons, Wholesale Agents, t'eet, London. Try it. JX>\VLE'S PENNYROYAL and STEEL '^ites r°1^'FEMALES quickly correct all irregu- iriti relieve the distressing symptoms so preva- !l>enu«s » ?X* Boxus l3- and 2s. 9d., of all 'he Ma i J. t., r',i1 ^Hy^here upon receipt of stamps by wuter, E. 1\ TOWLK, Chemist. Nottingham. i £ k y O'Jlt FUTURE -Courtship, Marriage, 1 Picture for iVe?s Questions answered, Free, by buying ItamDS, iifetin,tamps by buying a larger print for 30 Lambert, 26, \j ee' State age and address.—J. lorks. OBse-street, Brownroyd, Bradford, 7876c D«EASES OF THE HAIR AND J^uis, Puris^ina™ the Hospital St. at his residence, 26, New nfv pt11'3?lally' ol'r ^•W., between the hours of io am? i9h"Street' Vo" _t;eaL1: greytic", &c. J^aoD-s pjiciion i x Cu^lE^C, INFALLIBLE, and PRE8ERVAT[V* ^WOI.i**rV.mPtLv, without additional means, all reoent or ^scharges of the urinary organs. Priced gj Sold in Paris by J. Fei re (successor to Broui' Md 102. Rue Richelieu in London by WILUOX bv U Oxford-street, W„ wlio will forward U, cel8 P°st» to any part of the United King- eiPtof P.O.O. Also bv all Chemists. 7494c Xil £ GREA1 ADVERTISING MEDIUM J'OR SOUTH WALES, THE FA AllLY NE WSTAFER. Wt, THE K L Y ]yj AIL Regularly Consists of c°nUin, LUNG COLUMNS, 1,Tt 1^; a,"OLUlfc ol Original and General *HE J A )r*dlnC Hatter, and is one of It ia ^out^Y1' WEEKLY PAPERS i esaeuti^i^y a'es or the West of England. f tlie District Family Newspaper pur excellence which it Circulates, and is the ^JJ1UM FOR ADVERTISKHS S^AJIIQ Ug "roughout th» Counties of h^^OU'l^* CARMARTHEN. **• CARDIGAN, The e PEMBROKE. bubu'* ^«U«^Uhi? of °f thf. WKEKLY MAIL is »*et wt1 anv „f h alXy ot:her Weekly Newspaper Whl«sh Advert iimwfii!! i enumerated above— 10 il "vertisers will do well to bear in mind. I is "WEEKLY MAIL" LfSHFD EVERY FRIDAY AND An, SATURDAY. mV^^ad of all Newsagents, BE S. P"ICE TWOPENCE, f"5 Vot ^Uarter eifr/ Addre« in the United Kingdom ot po °- Hr 9d- \I4|1 Ord • r<M- per of and the United 'r- H. ">nst oe .er PreP«d. ° *ht, payable to the Publisher *h»l *"y eou71,T^0-v,AS'111 che Office, Cardiff u,a n>H"tS ""f^iiig any irregular deli- i £ >alts Du attttton SALE OF VAT,lfkPLE LEASEHOLD PROPERTY IN WELLINGTON-STREET AND LEWIS-STREET, AND FREEHOLD BUILDING LAND IN SEVERN- ROAD, CANTON, CARDIFF. TO BE SOLD pursuant to an order of the High Court of Justice. Chancery Division, made in two actions. Bird v. Williams. 1S79, B. 637, and Bird v. Williams, 1880, B. 0958, with the approbation of Mr. Justice Pearson, the judge to whose court the said actions are attached, in 8 lots, by MR. SAMUEL HUKN (of the firm of W. k S. Hem), the person appointed by the said Judge, at the lloyal Hotel, CarditV, on MONDAY, the 2nd day of FEBRUARY, 1885, at half-past Six c'ctook, certain. LEASEHOLD AND FREEHOLD PROPERTY, Situate in Canton, Cardiff aforesaid, and comprising LEASEHOLDS: Lot 1. No. 6. Wellington-street, held for 99 years, from 1855. at an apportioned ground rent of .£1 10s. Lot 2. No. 7, WeUington-strfcet, held for same term at same ground rent.. „ Lot 3. No. 3, Wellington-street, held for same term at same ground rent. » Lot 4. No. 9 and 9A, Wellington-street, and No. 1, Lewis- street, held for same term at an apportioned ground reut of "^LotS5, No. 3, Lewis-street, held for satiio term, at an apportioned ground rent of iil. Lot 6. Nos. 5 and 7. Lewis-street, held for stme terra, at an apportioned ground rent of £ S. Lot 7. Nos. 9 and 11. Lewireet, held for same term, at an II.pportionel! ¡,ound rent of £2. Nos. 6, 7. and 8, Welling- ton-street, being let on monthly tenancies, and the other houses on weekly tenancies, at rentals amounting in the whole to X177 14s. 4d. per annum. FREEHOLD: Lot 8. A piece of Building Land in Severll-road, having a frontage of 50 feet or thereaboutii to Severn-read, and a depth of 164 feet or thereabouts. Particulars and Conditions of Sale may be had of Messrs. Vallance and Vallance, Solicitors, 20, Essex-street, Strand, London; of Messrs. Crowder, Auetie. and ¡tard, Solicitors, 55, Lincoln's Inn Fields. London: of Messrs. Daiton, Spencer, Corbett, and Evans, Solicitors, Cardiff and of Messrs.W. and S. Hern, Auctioneers, 72, St. Mary-street, Cardiff. 61921 BY ORDER OF THE MORTGAGEES. WELLS-STREET AND KING S-ROAD. CANTON, CARDIFF. MESSRS, W. and S. IIERJN will SELL by AUCTION, at the Royal Hotel, Cardiff, on MONDAY, the 2nd day of February, 18S5, at 0.30 p.m. precisely (subject to Conditions of Sale to be then pro dlLotl. All that MESSUAGE or TENEM ISNT, situate and being No. 9, Wells-street, Canton, Cardiff; let at 8s. per week: held under lease dated 9th November, 1802, from the Rev. J T. O. Stacev and F. E. Stacey. Esq., for 99 years from the 25th day of March, 1882, at the early rent of £ 3. Lot 2. A similar HOUSE, being No. 13 in tlie game street; let at 8s. per week held under lease dated 31st March, 1883, for a like term, at tli<* yearly rent of ±3. Lot 3. A similar HOUSE, being No. 17, in Wells-street aforesaid let at 8s. per week; held under lease dated 7th June. 1883. for a like term at the same rent. Lot 4. A similar HOUSE, being No. 19 in the same street; let at 8s. per week held under leafe dated 8th .Time. 1883, for alike term, at the yearly rent of £ .1. Lot 5. No. iti. KING'S-ROAD. Canton. Cardiff; let at £ 1 Der week. Lease 99 years. Ground rent 5s. Lot G. No. 158, KINGS'S-ROAD; let at 98, per week. Lease 99 years. Ground rent X4 2s. Lot 7. No. 160, KING'S-ROAD; let at 8s. per week. Lease 99 years. Ground rent L4 2.. The rates of each lot are paid by the owner. For further particulars apply to the Auctioneers, 72, St. Mary-street, Cardiff or M to Lots 1 to 4 of Messrs. WALDRON and SON, Solicitors, 61920 7*. St. Mary-street, Cardiff, CARMARTHENSHIRE. BRYNLLOI COLLIERY (Within Two Minutes' walk of the Glananiman Station on the Great Western Railway). ~jl/TR. W. N. JON KS has been favoured ITJL with instructions from the Brynlloi ColljBry Com- pany to SELL by PUliLTC AUCTION, at the Col- liery, 011 WEDNESDAY, the '8th day of January, 1885, the whole of the following MACHINERY, PLANT, AND MATERIALS, Viz. ] horizontal en gille, 14in. cylinder, 3ft. stroke, in excellent order, with drum complete; 12il1. horizontal engine com- plete Tangye pump, I'Jill. steam, 5 in- water egg-ei1(l boiler, 28ft. ùy 5ft.: do.. lbft. by 4ft„ both with fittings complete; 5-ton cart weighbridge, nearly new; new injector (no 5); pitch-pine pit head (11uite new); patent j plough steel rope, 1(;0 y:w,ls: ditto iin., 300 yards; ditto ditto, too yards tram weighbridge, in good order; 1 oltl ilittt), 2 coal screens ditto l«irs; quantity tram rails; 50 iron traing; new sleepers; old ditto, and tiiikber; liautl pump; 16 3in. cast iron pipes; quantity of ljin. steam pipes; 5 7in. cast iron pipes 3 4in. pipes; quantity of lZln. sheet n-on air pipes, air fall, iron platts, old iron and castings, brlek stack, 2 pit cages, quantity of sheaves and rollers, 2 winch crabs and chains, quantity of chains, spare drum, 3 wooden sheds, water tank. 2 casks of machinery oil, 1 do. oliye do., 2 strap pulleys (4ft.), 3 ladders, smith's bellows, colliers' carts, grindstone, vice, shovels, earth closet, cupboards thair3, table, Sic., &c. Luncheon on the Table at 12.30. Sale to commence punc- tually at Two, Catalogues will be ready in a week and can be had troin the Auctioneer, Tirvdail, Amnm.ford, R.S.O. The Railway Siding adjoins the Colliery, and gives every facility for loading. Tirydnil, Jan. 10th. 1885. 62043 GREAT HOUSE FARM, LLANMAES, LLAN^VIT MATOR. PRELIMINARY ANNOUNCEMENT. MR. ROBERT EVANS is favoured with instructions from the Hight Honourable the Karl of Dunravellto rtKLL by AUCTION, on MOM)A 9tl, of F(ibiu;uyf 1S85, 011 the above i^rm (which is let), the whole of the valuable FAT AND STORE CATTLE, 150 l'RIME I'AT :-iBEEP, AND 10 YOUNCt & POWEHb-UL DRAUUHr HOltsR, And jii excellent assortment of nearly neiv Implements, k, Full narticulu.rs will appear in future auv^^i^. niguts. gW79 BOROUGH OF SWANSEA. SALE OF VALUABLE LEASEHOLD AND OTHKR PROPERTY. MR. AS M. MANATON has been in- structed to SELL by PUBLIC AUCTION (subject tv sucli conditions :w nhall tIl and there bo i.i<h1ucC(1) at the Castle Hotel, Castt«-s<i«ave, Swansea, on TUESDAY, January 27, 1885. the following P H 0 P K R T Y Viz.: Lot 1. All that Mwutwii or Dwelling-house and Prerni„„„ now known as 73, MANSEL-TISRRACE, SWANSEA^ 1 uow occupied by Miss Rosewall, Itt -ly rent of £3; at" Tlie above lot is held for tiiree lives and the term <jV qq years from the 35t.ii day of March, 1854, subject to an apportioned ground rent of £ 3 12s. 4d. Lot?. All that, POLICY of ASSURANCE for XrOo, N 3,820, in the Scottish Union and National Insurance J: piiuy ou 1110 life of Thomas Williams Morgan, dated the 15th day of December, 1868. subject to the annual premium. 0* £ 13 5-. Sale to commence at Three o'clock in the Afternoon. F' r further particulars apply to Messrs. Evans and D»vjeg_ Solicitors, Swansea; Tliomas '"illiams, Esq., 72, St. lieleil'gJ roail; or to the Auctioneer, at his Ofiice, 72, St. Helen's-ioa^t Swansea. 61987 _n. MUMBLES. NEAR SWANSEA. Mil. WILLIAM MANATON has been instructed to SELL by PUBLIC AUCTION Un)j- ject. to such conditions ItS shall then and there be Dr.. duced), at the <7a.st.le 11 nU-1, (Castle-square, Swansea, on THURSDAY. January 29.1885, the following PROP E li T Y Nil uate and being 1 and 2, ALEXANDRA-TERRACE, MUMBLIvS, Viz.:— „ Lot 1. All that Messuage, Dwelling house, and known as No. 1, Alexandra-terrace, in the parish of OYUr: Djouth, now occupied by Mr. Thomas, at the yearly rent of £ 1919s- i> ,1 Lot 2. All that Messuage, Dwelling-house, and 1 lemtisg^ known as No. 2, Alexandra-terrace, adjoining the forego'iDjr, now occupied by Mrs. Puxby, at the yearly rent of £ -» s. The above premises are held for a term of 81 years, from the 27th day of September. 1873, at the apportioned yearly gronnJ rent or .£10 which will be equally apportioned between the aliove lots at the time of Sale. Sale to commence at. Three o'clock In the Afternoon. For further particulars apply to Messrs. Evans and I)-%Vi% Solicitor*, Swansea; Thomas WilHsms, Esq.. 72, ^t. neienn- road: or to the Auctioneer, at his Offices, 72, St. road, Swansea. G2úl& TO BUILDERS. CONTRACTORS, IRONMONGER^, SMITHS. WHEELWRIGHTS, BOOTMAKERS. &c. MR. WILLIAM MORGAN will SELL by AUCTION (under powers of distress), at the Cat^u Market. Pontypridd. on WEDNESDA Y NEXT, the 28th of January. 1885. a large and assorted lot of T HORSE SHOES, HORSE-SHOE NAILS, HOB NAILS, CLOUT NAILS, Splendid lot of LOCKS and TACKS. Comprising. About 6 cu t. of Horse Shoe Nails, assorted sizes. 8 cwt. HII). Nails. •• 5c«t Horse Shoes, •• „ 100 gross T Hinff' S. •» „ 100 gross Butt Hinges, •> „ 6 cwt. Wrought Tip Nails, •• 4 civt. Fine Clasp Nails. ■> „ 6 ewt. Coun t.er-sun It Clout Nails, „ 6 gross Box, Till, and Cupboard Locks, „ „ 4 ewe. of FJemiHh Tacks, »• With other Useful Lots. The 8ale to commence at Two o'clock. No Reserve.. Offices. Church-street Chambers, Pontypridd, and '•'a<l- stone Chamljers, Port.li. IMPORTANT NOTICE- TTT1 SALE OF MODERN HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE. UP- RIGHT GRAND PIANOFORTE, by Cottage Pianoforte, by Mytrs and Co. handsome Ormolu and Sevres Cloclc and Candelabra rn suite.; an elaborately- carved Ivory Frame Mirror: Orieutal China, &c. NEWLANDand RICKARD has received instructions to remove from Roatli, Cardiff, to the VICTORIA-HALL, NEWPORT, and SELL by AUCTION. 011 TUESDAY. February 3rd, 1 £ S5, commencing at One o'clock, the substantial and modern Household FURNITURE AND APPOINTMENTS, Rein!1 the whole contents of a Villa ResUlau-e, the property of a yentl'emua who is leaving. Also Furniture removed from MAINUEJE aud GOLD Toes, consisting of handsome Drawing- rooIU Suites, Mahogany-fraine Dining-room Suites, spring stuffed, and covered in inarone leather; noble Sideboard, with plate giass hick, cellarette, &c. Sitting-room Suite. Best Bedroom Suites ten Iron, Brass, aud Mahogany Ked- steads; Spring Mattresses aud Bedding; Walnut and Mahogany Duchesse Toilet Tables noble Brown Oak 6-feet Mahogany Duchesse Toilet Tables; noble Brown Oak 6-feet Wardrobe, &c. Further particulars in future advertisements, or in cata- logues. to l>e obtained of the Auctioneers, 15, High-street, Newport, M011. 62123 ABERCARNE, MONMOUTHSHIRE. THE CHAPEL ESTATE OF THE EllBW VALE STEEL, IRON, AND COAL CO. (LIMITED). COPPICE WOODS (CHIEFLY OAK) CONVERTIBLE TO PITWOOD AND COGWOOD. MESSKS. WILLIAM GRAJIAM, SON, and HITOHOOX are instructed to SELL by AUC- TION, at the King's Head Hotel, Newport, at Three o'clock on WEDNESDAY, the 4th February, 1885 (subject to condi- tions), the following lots of „ UNUSUALLY FINE GROWN COPPICE AND EIGHT OAK TIMBEK TREES. Lot 1. Thirteen acres or thereabouts of oak coppice, thirty years' growth, with 8 oak timl>er trees, numbered 1 to Sin red Pajnt. lying convenient to Hall's Tramroad. '°tTwenty acres or thereabouts of coppice, chiefly oak, 2° years' growth, situate adjoining Lot 1. trees and stores liuniltered or marked with white paint are reserved. Thomas Davies, Cottage-row, Cwmcarue, will point out the lots; and for further particulars apply to the Ebbw Vale Steel, Iron, and Coil Co. (Limited): or to Messrs. William Graham, Son, and Hitchcox, Land Ageuts, Surveyors, and Auctioneers, Newport. Mou. 62105 mT>T MONMOUTHSHIRE. TO TIN-PLAIEMANUFACTURERS, IRONFOUNDERS. :IRON AND METAL MERCHANTS. DEALERS, AND OTHERS. MESSRS. WILLTAM GRAHAM, SON, 1'- and HITCHCOX are instructed to SELT. by AUC- TION. in lot,, at the above place, on THURSDAY, the 19th February, 1885, eomme).eing at Two o'clock, about 800 TONS OF bUPERlOR CAST AND WROUGHT IRON, Consisting of broken castings, wrought scrap, mixed rails, bar iron, boiler plates, engine gearing, &-C,, three double tube boilers, strong drum suitable for an incline or pit, and about lOowt. brass. Catalogues may bo obtained of William Adams, Esq.. Mineral Surveyor, Cardiff Messrs. Colborne. Ward, and Colborne, Solicitors. Newport; and of the Auctioneers, Victoria Chambers, Newport, Mon. from whom any further information may be obtained. 62084 JpARISIAN HAIR RESTORER. The LATEST DISCOVERY for RESTORING GHEY HAIR to its NATURAL COLOUR—a Pure Transparent Liquid, leaving the Hair soft and glossy, and free from that sticky and clammy feeling produced by other Restorers. ONCE TRIED ALWAYS USED in preference to others. 3s. 6d. per Bottle. Forwarded, carefully packed, on receipt of Stamps or P.O. Order, to C. McCASICIE, Perfumer, Temple-street, Swansea. 55153 DANIEL OWEN AND CO.'S A B O RAILWAY TlMjB TABLES, the only one pub- lished in Wales, price Igt '43. per annum free by post St. Mary-street C •tviff. SubIÜ: ottrt5. I UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OF SOUTH WALES AND MONMOUTHSHIRE. LOCAL LECTURES AT PENARTH. A Course ot TEN LECTURES on ROMAN LEGENDS will be delivered by Prof..T. R. WARD AT,E, B.A., in the School-room, Henley House, Church road, on WEDNKS- DAY EVENINGS, at 7.30. commencing January 28th. If85. Course Tickets, 5s. each, may be obtained at the Library, Windsor-road, Peilarth. Admission to Single Lecture. Is, &2108 rjVn 0 MAS W O O D JENKINS. IN THE MATTER OF BERTIE LEIGH THOMAS. AN ILLEGITIMATE PERSON. INTFSTATE, DECEASED. INFORMATION is REQUIRED by the undersigned rela- tive to the existence, residence, or decease of the above- named THOMAS WOOD JENKINS. In the year 1859 Thorn ts W-od Jenkins was a Clerk in the employment of Messrs. Waterlow and Sons, Law Stationers, at 24, Bircliin-lane, City of London. He is supposed to have contiuued in that employment until the ye r 1868, if not later, and afterwards to have entered the service of Messrs. Witherby and Co., of the same City, Law Stationers. WM. LANE JOYNT. Crown and Treasury Solicitor in Ireland, 43. Merrion-square, Dublin. 23rd December, 1884. 7932c JYJ" E W ZEALAND. TO FARMERS, DAIRY FARMERS, LARGE AND SMALL CAPITALISTS. AND OTHERS. A UAHE OPPORTUNITY OF ACQUIRING LANDS IN NEW ZEALAND. The AUCKLAND AGRICULTURAL COiftfA NY (LIMITED) are about to offer for Sale, in Large and Small Lots, about Three Hundred and Fifty Thousand Acres of first-class Land on conditions which will be found exceptionally advantageous as regards price and terms of payment. The climate ot New Zealand is second to none in the world for Farming and Grazing operations. Full particulars of the Land for sale and a Pamphlet, on the subject, with various interesting details, may be obtained at the Head Offices, 68 and 63, Cornhill London, E.C. JNO. WM. ECHLIN, Secretary. Or from Mr. SAMUEL J. DAVIES, Shipping Agent, No. 1, The Hayes, Cardiff, Local Agent. 7886c TO MANITOBA.—The completion of the CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY (which is the ONLY DIRECT route to the Canadian North-West.) to the summit ot the Rocky Mountains has thrown open to settlement, some of the finest Agricultural Lands e' in Manitoba and the North-West, of which the Dominion Government, offer 160 ACHgS FREE.—For further in- formation apply to any Steamship A Kent, and for new maps, pamphlets, and the fullest particulars about the ountry (free of charge), as well as the new tourist, guide "From Quebec to the Rocky Mountains," when pub- lished, apply either personally or by letter to ALEXAN- DER BEGG, Canadian Pacific Railway Oiiiccs, 88, Cannon-street, London, E.C. 7399c. JjubltratlOltS. 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Aij,ol..t"n nrmnptlv attended. !!nt1 rpfI EATRE ROYAL, CARDIFF. LKSSWK IHDMANAHKU Mil. EnwiRn FLKTCHKR. AcTl^F- \I A.q h I ltit ^HKUIPAN. EVERY EV' NINTG EVERY EVENING GLORlOU-i AND GIGANTIC SUCCESS Of Mr. Edward Fletcher's Fourth Christmas Pantomime, YE QUEEN OF HEART. Her Wonderful Tarts and ye Kna ve who stole them or Princess ye Sleeping Beauty and Heme ye Demon Huntsman. Produced on a Scale of Unrivalled Magnificence. Upwards of 47,000 people have already witnessed this Gorgeous Production. New Songs an.1 Dunces New Sneeial Features LAST DAY PERFORMANCE SATURDAY NBXT. Jan. 24. at Two o'clock. Doors open at Half-past Onp. Wnlf-Drice to all Children. SPECIAL PANTOMIME TRAINS— TAFF YAT; RAILWAY To Pontypridd, A herd are, &c" THURSDAY. Jan. 29th. To Pontypridd, Merthviv &c., THURSDAY, Feb.St.h. St opping at all intermediate stations. Leaving Cardiff at, 11.10 p.m. Tickets for the Theatre to be obtained at the Stations. Ticket -holders admitted bv early doors without extra eh-irge. Doors open at 7 commence at 7.15. Stage Door and Rt" Marv-street Entrance open at, 6.15: sixpence extra. Box Plan at, Messrs. Thompson and Shackell's, Crockherbtown. (SDurational* DANCING, DEPORTMENT, AND EXERCISES. Mir. V. WATKTNS OLD will RESUME BUSINESS in CARTWFF and MERTHYR on THURSDAY and FRIDAY, the 29th Olid 30th hist. M«vrielt House. Hereford. 62131 JJEATH HOUSE; COWHRIDGK. 3 < ———— The MTSRRS LLEWELLYN RESUMED their SCHOOL "DT^TTKS on the ~'0ih inst. 618n HAI;ROW HOUSE~SCIIOOL~ SLJL CARDIFF. Principals—The MISSES MARKS. The Firsb Term, IS), will Commence Jan. 20. 3806d FIUST-CLASS SCHOOL FOR GIRLS. ST. CATHERINE'S, PARK-PLACE, CARDIFF. Principal—Miss TUT,LIS. 54632 The Next Term will begin on THURSDAY, Jan. 22nd. RNOLD COIiLKGE, CONST!TUTION- X.V. HILL, SWANSEA. PKINCIPAL—E. WILLIAMS, M.A B.D. Pupils are Prepared for Commercial Life, Engineering Pursuits, and all Preliminary Examinations. LADIES' SCHOOL, BOUnHIWOD Aj HOUSE, THE STRUET, BRECON. Conducted by MISS BITfiK and an efficient staff of highly- certiticated Euglisli and Eoreign Governesses. The studies of the pupils for the next Term will be resumed JANUARY 21, 1S85. Terms oil application. 9: HIGH SCHOOL FOR GIRLS, OAKFf KLD. n.\tRAU PARK, NEWPORT, MON. I'JUXUIl'AJ.8 THE MISSES SPIQWKP., Asristed by the usual Staff of Prof ssors and Certificated and Trained Teachers. In order to meet, the growing requirements of Iheir School, the Misses SPENCER beg to announce that they are erecting new and larger School ;I\i!(\iu, upon the site immediately adjoining their present; premises. The new Sch[)"I'roolJls'-wain::otte,1 throughout—consist of Mustering Hall, spacious School and Class Rooms, and pro- vide spe-ial facili'ies for the etlicieut working of the JUNIOR DEPARTMENT. Pupils will RIO-ASSEMBLE on TUESDAY, January 27ili, 1885. C19S0_ _0. IfLr OME EDUCATION. The REV. J. PA DM MR (for many years Head-Master of the Grammar and Middle School, Wells) is prepared to receive, at the Vicarage, Pri(itly, near Well-, THREE or FOUR YOUNG GENTLEMEN to EDUCATE. Every comfort aud individual attention given. Parents residing abroa i cau leave the eiiiire charge of their sons with Mr, Palmer by making special arrange- ments. Priddy is a most healthy village, situated oil the top of the Mendin Hills, and within easy distance (by rail) of Biistol. 618S9 COAIPANY (LIAIITED). COLLEGE i-JL COMPANY (LIMITED). Established 1360. This Inst.itution has been founded for 1)17 purpose of giving a olllld Eduwition at a Modemte Cost, Tlie con my of Hereford is celebrated for its salubrity, and excellent musters tor accomplishments are engaged. Fxus. Boarders under 12 yeitrs of age 2b guineas per annum. Boarders above 12 3u 11 The NEXT TERM COMMENCES on FRIDAY, the 2rd January. For pruspectuses appiy to Mrs. JACOB, the Lady Principal, Hereford, or to the Secretary, Mr. Edward Madctison, Ledburv. 5373 -uaø- N j JjUNKLEl"S PEKAMHUCOTS. DUNKLE1"S J'A'l'l'.NT \VIR!<; BABY CAIililAG ES. AGENTS' PRICK Lla'l ONE STAMP. DUN K 1,1S Y, I'ATTE L«:, B11{MING IIAM. 56412 I'j;ANs! J>AULTAMENTARY L'LANS, 1) A NT EL QWEN ANI) ('io'-N,IP N Y (LIMITED), ■WESTERN MAIL HUlLDINGS, Q A ITDIF 1, Are Prepafed to EXECUTE PARLIAMENTARY AND OTIlEH PLANS with Accuracy and Despatch. "8090 DPu LTKJTS EDIBLE EUUIT PILLS May be oaten like a sweetmeat. Renowned for thpir .efficacy in Constipation, Bile. A 1 ndigesMon, Liver Complaint, iheuior- rlioids, Flatulency, and all ailments of the Stomnch. Eagerlj- taken by children and DET.TCIOUS the ilclieacfc. Highly recommended by the Faculty. Of ,It it ls.1.,1.. 2s. 9d., and I MEDICINE. 4s. txi. per box or post free of the Con- signees, A. PoSKViut and Co., 6i, Mansell- street, Londoll, n T AM11ING SEASON. — CORNER'S JJ PINE'S DEVONSHIRE OTT.S stand unrivalled in value to Sheep Owners hi the SEASON OF I AMKING. 1'housands of Ewcs and Lambs have hell 'aved by t lieir use ill Ciisesot Colds, ] nilainmations, Swollen and black Udders, Scour, and to prevent Heaving. Established 50 Years.—Promptly wed is unequalled for any external or internal ailment. A. fine EMBROCA- TION for Wounds, Chaps, Bruises, Swellings, Inflamma- tions, Sprains, Lameness, Sprung Tendons, and all A,tiiiiiii Disease or Accident to liorse, Oow, Sheep, or Dog. All should keep tile,Sold everywhere and by Chemists, 2s. wille sue. IilCHARD COH EH l'rùpridor, Wellington, Somerset. Supplied bv any Wholesale J Itr. 7947c EADE'S Dee. 24, 1883. "I have been troubled with Gout tor the hist forty years, and in that time have been under nine Gj ITT'P doctors, and tried many so-called •never-failing' remedies, but I S found no relief until I grot a bottle of AND EADE'S PILLS front the Imperial Supply Stores, Fisher Gate, and since then I have HEUMAlICailed nothing. (Signed) E. W. LONSDALE, Chimney Sweep, PTT T Q 22, St. John-street. ILLS. "Preston." GOUT & RHEUMATIC PILLS Are Sold by all Chemists and Medic ne Vendors, ill Bottles, Is. Ijd. and 2s. 9d. GEORGE EADE, 72, GOSWELL-ROAD, LONDON. 7821c T II I ] V E N I N G IU A I L." .DAILY, PRICE ONE HALFPENNY. FIRST EDITION 2 o'clock p.m. SECOND EDITION 4 o'clock p.m SPECIAL (SPORTING) EDITION 6 o'clock p.m. IMPORTANT NOTICE. The" };VE:-ilNG l\IAIL' contaills all lh News of the Day from our own Reporters and Correspondents throughout, the World, telegraphed up to the moment of going to press. 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For more than 30 years I have used TUOKLKY'S FOOD for Cattle, Horses, and Pigs with great success; REQUIRES NO BOILING. THOR LEY'S FOOD Is a Valuable Condiment, for Horsesand all Stock, giving Tone to the M,omach and keeping Animals iu lieultlil-, tlJrjviug condition. JOSEPH 11.111 0-ft 11 KING'S CROS! LONDON. 7695c A FACT WORTH KNOWING. BEECMAM'S PILLS Are admitted by thousands to be worth above it G U IN E A A BOX. for bilious and nervous disorders, such as wind ami paiu in the stomael1, oicti tieadaeiie, giddiness, ful ness and swelling after meals, dizziness an 1 drowsiness, cold ctnlls, liushiugs oi heat, loss of appetite, suortuess of breath, costiveuess, scurvy, blotches Oil the skill, dis- turbed tdeep, frightful dreams, and ;41 nervous'and trembling sensations, Ac. The lirst dose will give relict I.t!liei in twenty minutes. This is no fiction, for thes' have done it iu thousands of cases. The PrupiieLor of these Pills imping obtained (at great expense) a patent for them, he challenges the whole world to produce a medicine e^ual to t hem, tor remov ing the aboce com- plaints, aud restoring the patient to "GlInd and lastill" health. Every sufferer i earnestly invited to try one box of these Piila. and the v will be aekno wiedtrea to be WORTH A GUINEA A 1JOX. 1 1'or leniales of all ages t hese Pills arc illvalllaolc,a a tew doses of them carry o:f all gross humours, open ail obstructions, and bring about all that is required. No lemale should be without I lieu;. There is '10 medicine t.o be found to equal BEECHAM'S PILLS tor removing any ot- of the system, if taken according to the directions given with each box, tiie.y will soon restore females of all ut £ es to sou n.t and robust health. For weak sLCHU,lc.;U, i 1u.lJuirdJ. ,-Üg;cLIt.Hl, and all dis orders of the liver, Act like MAGIC," and a few doses wilt be found to work wonders upon the most important" l'gans ill Llie human machine. They strenthen the whole muscular system, restore the long lost complexion, bring back the keen edg" of appetite, and arouse into action with tlie ROSEBUD of health the whole physical energy of the human frame. These are" FACTS" ;ldiltiUed by th0U¡Üllis, embracing all classes of society, and one of the best guarantees to the nervous alld debilitated is, BEKCRAM'S PILLS have the largest sale of any patent medicine in the world. -\i.h.C-IC COUGH PILLS. AS a remedy ior Couyiis in general, asthma, Uittieulty 01 breathing, 5!wrtJless of breath, tightness and o")- preasion of the chest, Ic., these Pills stand unrivalled. They speedily remove that sense of depres- sion and dillieulty of breathing which nightly deprive the patient of rest. 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Insertion!, insertions. Wcekiy. Daily and One Tlnee Si\ One ill Insertion. Insertion!, insertions. Wcekiy. "n. -IT-¡-I- i C (1 27 9 10 2 'd 3 V 1 2 0 3 0 4 0 Each (l word.- •' •' 5) 10 extra extra N.F -The above ieaie '10'1 nut apply tnanrwlln-. > "id s frOTH I'd\llie Itodiei. Clo fjues ;ind Post -otlicr Orders should be made pay- RblttoMr. Hirattr HiCKHNilit 'I'liOMiR, tt'eitern Mail, CaidifI. "I' iUdtnnianifl!, ALL Who Wi.-)i to Marry send for IlolfordVi Register. Contaius SW bona f>de Caudidates for Matrimony. Established 1S72. Fieeiu envelope. 4d., stamps.—C. Holford, 11(5, Strand, London. 404i2f frgúlHH. DISAPPEARED from TioedyrUiw, in Jnne last, Clara D Agiies Mobbs ,e 18, height about 5ft. iin.; lisjlit hair :1 dark eyes; fresh c niiplezicn, with mark on uoi.er lip. Was last llc"'1'<l of >n route for U:¡,rditf.- Anybody knowing of sueh II. person I' iJl COllIIHI1:JÏ<;¡¡tC WiLh Thomas Mobbs. Steeple A ton, Oxf<l. <Ish ire or to Chief l'oli e Station, Car- diff. 7gti3_c Situations Vacant ANTED, Two Sii'le Men accustomed work on Farm; l » one to drive pair iiovse. references required.—J. Chick, Abarnarit Works. Olyii-Neatli. 72 izH CI 1! A MBEBSI AIDS.—Head and Under wanted at once for J City Arms Hotel, Iler-ford; must have filled similar places. 73. i ENEI!AL Servant Wanted: must be aVle to uo plain V.T eookinp, and a good worker: nurse and housemaid kept; wages £ 18.—Mrs. F., 13, Routh-road, AVamlswortU Coimu.'ii, l,oiido:i. t»21i27 \;tr ANTED t oarc, eioerienced Uenerol Servant; plain V eookini; <11111 baking liberal vfgta to suitable person. —20, rtlortfan-street Pontypridd. KS8i26 VvrANTKI), iu Country Rectory, a Nurse, and also ex- T* jierienccd General SevvaiU.Stute wages to Mrs Price, LUiuveiifan llecr^>ry, Brecon. Ct>7i^S ^anten« SAW MTI.LS. — Youiuj M:m in want of Situation as Saw Sharijer, Braxer, and Sharper of Rand Saws atre -1. —Address G. Cliaudler, 19, Caimon-t.reet, St. James, Bristol. 64t>i27 \\T ANTED, Situation as Groom and Coaclm.iin or Second Coiichinau. Understands hunters. Siuyle: age, 35. Oood leferences.—Apply It. II., Barr and Sons, Sit(I(I,ers, College Green, Kristol. 367124 Agencies, CraUelltr^, $:r. AGENTS Wanted for The Complete Business Register" account.book suitable for tradesmen and others.—Messrs. Paniphilon, ()ouletlJu. Cheshire. ANTED,small- Capitalists wishing to commence as VV Tobacconists.— For particulars apply 10S, Kuston-roiul, Loudon. 'SlnA PROMT ABLE" "AGENCY.—Teas hi Packets or I,oo.;e, to retail at all prices; also French Coffees. Agents, &c.. Wanted. Particulars free.—Write to Asamlea Company, 132, Upper Thames-street, Loudon. Established 1844. '0c- A LI, who Wish to' Make Money easily and quickly at home write J. Murray, 100, Croftou-rcad, London, S.E. £-. '¡'WEI:: K T.Ya:Iâ 'upwards""inay be easily and honestly cJi/w realised by persons of either sex. without hindrance to present occupation.—For particulars, &c., enclose addressed envelope to Evans, Watts, and Company (P 71), Merchants;, Hinnh:oh.th1.-rl'hiR is ¡;e\nÜu¿. 7616c ajjartmenisL 4 PAR'i'M KNTS (unfurni-lied).—Two Uedrooms, if desired. A —Apply 7, Tresi llian-itrrace, Camitt. 619i27 a, ni iiw ihii iwiwy ■ ». ■■1^ T1AK1XG Pu.siness Wanted, iloijiff tiveorsix aauks weeVly. X> —State lowest price to T. Haywaril, 4, Wottuii-vluce, liouiiiemouth..Bt)0i2S ^rfintses, &r., to tt. TO Let or for Fale, Coi ner Shop, n-itli stable a-ttachcd, in Harriet-street. Cathays.—1, Harriet-street, Cathay; Cardiff. n 7T219 TO Let, neat Villa in Egerton-street. f^auton Gs. Cd. per Meek clear.—Apply Mr. Gill, lleathcock Hotel, Ll au- di If. 1 4S0i2o r*TO be I.-r, near Bridgend, a well-built modern House, JL with good garden, cf}t}4;Rhdn¡: two bittiog-rootus. ten bedrooms, and suitable offices, two-stall stable and coach; house, sixt en acres of pasture, move if required.—Apply td Mr. W. Llewellyn, Court Column, Bridgend. 643i27 ar5t, Carna^r^, I.H3t (6rl\. -(- 1,'Ofi Sale, Horse, Harness, aud Hansom Cab, in good working order.—Apply J. Bryant, 125, Bedford-street, CardiiV.. 757129 38eultn?, Migrans, ^:c. I>OULTJtY. — Hrood Hens Wanted. A good price given for laive, sure sitteis.— Send particulars to Mrs. Muir, itaigam, Taibucli. 652i27 :ft'\ 8 ne)!. rrto Capitalists and Trustees.—Wanted. fS.OOO at 4 per JL cent., in permanent Mortgage of first-class Freehold and Leasehold Business Premises in Cardiff, the rental value underlease exceeding £01)1.1 per unuuni. No commissions paid.—Apply G. I'. ljye Financial Broker, Albert Cham- bers. lligh-treet, Cariiitt. 0^006 :fi{rl}lntrJ!, Cool*, Ser. PORTABLE ENGINES, MORTAlt MILLS, SAW- i: BENCHES, &-c. Apply to GEO. KYTE and CO., ElIgiueers, Iron aud I'.vass Fouuderf., Mill-lane Ivouworks, C'aidi.1. Sole Agents i0;Marshall, Sow;, aud Co.'s Celebrated Steam and General Machinery, Jf.J?.—PorUvble Engines, New and Second Hand, always in Stock. Improved Mortar Mills of our Own Manufacture always in Stock or Progress, and can be supplied on shortest notice. Estimates given for New I'M re Boxes, Tubes, and every description ol Repairs t,o Portable Engines and Machinery. Machinery Sold ou Hire-Purchase System, or* Liberal Distouiit for Cash. GltioO jt1 irtIlantJ) U. -+- DOG MEDICINES.—Spratt's Dog Medicines and Speciali- ties always lrept in stock pamphlets post-free. Day, Son, and Hewitt's Oattle Medicines at manufacturer* pri es. Cattle Spico, Dog Biscuits. ic.- J. Iiibbert, The Agricul- tural House," Cardiff. 1HAFF Cutters, Turnip Pulpers, Cake Breakers Corn J Crushers, Horse Gears, Ploughs, Chain and Zig-zag Harrows, Scuitiers, Washing, Wringing, and Mangling Machines by all the leading nmker>. Price Lists free.—J. Hibbert, It) 17, A ngel-street, Cardiff. MIXED Corn for Poultry, 3s. Gd. per bushel, special value Dmi. Buckwheat, Indian Corn, Barley, Wheat. Tick Beans, Grey Pens, Hemp Seed, Canary Seed, Oatmeal, Hops, &c., &c.—J. Hibbert, The Agricultural H u e, Angel-street. Cardiff -L. IF YOU WISH TO IH WELL AND KEEP WKLL.TAKE B VEGETABLE ^UIAIICOAL. I J Wards off all At.tucks of Cholera, Small-pox, Typhoid, andal1 Mitliullallt Fevers; destroys all L) isease Germs, and from its purifying action in absorbing all impurities in the stomach and bowels gives a healthy tone to the whole system: speedily Cures Acidit v, Flatulence, Im- pure Breath, H> artburn, Indigestion, Ac. ORAGU'S VEGETABLE ^"ItlAKCOAL. _0 Sold bv all Clieiiiisl-s, in bott'es, 2a., 4s., ;md 6s. ëach, 7$7Zc j~^ NliVER FAILING REMEDY 1-:JL JpOR LIVER COMPLAINTS. DR SCOTT'S BILIOUS and LIVER PILLS, prepared without mercury, are invaluable to all who sutler from Bilious and Liver Complaints, Indiges tion, Wind, Spasms, Foul Breath, Irritability, Loss of Appe- tite, Sour Eructations, aUli General Debility. Aa a general family aperient medicine they have no equal, being niild in their operation amI grateful to the stomach. Some unprin- cipled vendors, iu order to make a larger profit, try to per- suade you to buy medicine prepared by themselves: do not do 30, but insist 011 having Dll, SCOTT S BILIOUS ANDLIVER PILI. wrapped in a square green package. These genuine Pills are prepared by W. LAMBERT, 173. Seymour-place, Loudon. W.. and sold every where. 59757 J ONES BKX>THEKS, PRINCIPAL BILL- « POSTliKS AND DELIVERERS. HlG-M-STKEKT, NEATH. AND BIUTON FEItltY, Circulars Addrested and delivered. BUl-pasters to the Great Western and Jifeath and Brecon Itail Way" and the I'riiio oti Auctioneers. i.esaee> of t.iie Principal Posting Pi«,. i STIFF'S STARCII. STIFF & COMPANY, BOLE MANUFACTUKERS, [2258 29, REDCLIFF-STREET, BRISTOL. DO YOU REQUIRE A WATCH? If so, 11OLetliese facts, which are world-wide proved I.eAlities:- f;3 buys from us a Five Guinea English Silver Lever, the very best that can be made. 93 10s. buys the same Watch in Hunting Cases, positively worth retail £6 10s. xi 5s. buys a splendid i-plate improved Horizontal Sterling Silver Watch (the Defiance), worth £ 2 10s. £5 10s. blls our Centre-aecondi English Chrono- graph, worth £10, unequalled. Our position as Manufacturers of the best enables us to serve you better than all others, and add you unlimited satisfaction. Tiiis announcement is small, but it gives you the Address of a Firm that cau save you much. Send two penny stamps to pay postage of a Large Illus- trated Painphlct, and prove to yourself facts beyond disput e.—Address: STEWART DAWSON AND CO., 2, RANELAGH-PLACE. LIVEKPOOL. One Hundred Valuable Prizes given away gratis on June 30th, likiD. ESTABLISHED 18%. g U R MAN, 9, W 1 N E-STREE T, B H ( S TO L, THREE GUINEA SILVER ENGLISH LEVER WATCHES, Capped, Jewelled, H;,ll-niarl;eJ, and Warranted for 1,it-e Ycnrs. THE FINEST SELECTION IN iiKlSTOL OF WEDDING RINGS AND KEEPERS. 9, WINE-STREET, BRISTOL. AGENTS WANTED EVERYWHERE -ZjL 1'0 :¡. 01:)( KENDAL AND DENT'S'CELEBRATED CLUBS For supplying Watches, Clocks, Jewellery, Silver-plaie, Musical Instruments, Opera Glasses, Telescopes, &c., at Is. per Week. RESPECTABLE MEN MAY INCREASE THEIR INCOMES. Foremen, Timekeepers, Railway Officers, Secretaries of Portrait Clubs, Poliee-Sergo»nts, Sliopkecpuia. Particulars and Catalogues with over 600 illu.-itratioiis, free by post. KENDAL AND DENT, Watch Manufacturers, IOC, Cheap- side, London.—" SPLENDID VALUK ion MOKKY." ^RTIIUR jgLLIS, EARTHEN WrAR10 MAN UFA CTURER, CROWN POTTERY, ST. GEORGE'S, BRISTOL. CRATES OF SECONDS ALWAYS IN STOCK. f7795c A BROUGHAM, Circular Fronted, second- hand, for One or Two' Horses. Sent in for Sale by a Gentleman. Is in excellent condition hasa break drug, Ac. A STANHOPE PHAETON, with a Swing Seat to the hind part, ill excellent condition. For particulars apply to YEZEY AND CO., COACH BUILDERS. BATH. GOLD ME p.AL awarded at the International Calcutta Exhibition, liftM. (77S1c POWELL'S BALSAM OF ANISEED. FOU P0>:ELL'S"I3ALSAM OF ANISEED. COUGHS, IDO WELL'S BALSAM OF ANISEED. X n OWEI,L'S BAI,SAINI OF AN IS EE D. JL ASTHMA, POWELL'S BALSAM OF ANISEED. INFLUENZA, L COLDS, te. I pO\VJ,'Ll,'S OF —This old-established, invaluable Medicine has the extraordinary property 01 immediately relieving coughs, colds, hoarseness, difficulty of breathing, liuski- ness in the throat. It operates by dissolving the con- gealed phlegm, and thereby causing a free expectora- tion. Sure Remedy against. Cough. rjpKULY AN EX'ITIAORDINARY" EX- X PEC lORANT. Sold by Chemists-Everywhere. Sold by Chemists-Everywhere. Asli for Powell's Balsam of Anuee l." rj^IiE OLD COUGH REMEDY—The JL Kemedy "of rare and proved effect" for coughs, asthma, and bronchitis—POWELL'S BALSAM 01' ANISEED. Sold by Chemists. Trade Mark—'• Lion, Nek, and Mouse." Warehouse, 4, Albion-, lace, lilack- friars-road, London, S.E. 61307 A PHYSICIAN'S GIFT. A TREATISE ON .NERVOUS DEBILITY. I Sufferers from this class of disease expe- rience more or less of the following symptoms Want of Energy, Nervousness, Blushing, READ I Wallt of Confidence, Avoidance of Conversa- tion. Desire for Solitude, Inability to fix the THIS. Attention, Depression of Spirits, Loss of ¡ Memory, Power of Thought. Inactive, Trembling of the Hand", Pains in the Back, Uiirefreshing Sleep, Specks before the Eyes, &c. A BOOK ON THE SUBJECT FliEE TWO STAMPS. Address Secretary, 7, Tavistock-street, Bedford- sqlttre. London. 7546c PHILLIP R. JAMES, PONTYPRIDD and liHONDDA VALLEY, BILL POSTER and DiSTRiDUTOM. TKEOKKY.and 6, CHURClI-STltEET, PONTYPITIDI). hent.s all the Principal Posting Station.- in Pontypridd and Ithondda Valley. Horse and Trap and Pianoforte kept for Hire. "¡¿<I M PAINE, BILL POSTER, DISTRI- m BUTOH, Ac., 23. CABDIFF-STKEET, AB'Eltl)ARE (Late Tcm- perance Hotel), Begs to inform the Public generally that he REJfTS some of the LAKGEST BILL POSTING STATIONS in South Wales, and is ready to receive Orders for Posthig, Ac., in Aberdare, Aberaman, Hirwain, and all outlying Districts. N.B.—Tobacco, Cigars, and Refreshments may oe I^MI at any time at the above Premises, and good Accommo- dation for Travellers. Ac. ONE BOX OF CLARKE'S B 41 PILLS is warranted to cure all discharges from the urinary organs, ill either sex,acquired or constitutional, gravel and pains in the back. bold in boxes, 4s. 6d. each, by all clieiiiists avid patent niediyine vendors; or sent, to address for 60 stamps, by the makers, the Lincoln aud Midland Counties' jjrag Company, Lincoln. Wholesale Agents, Barclay and Sons, London, and all the Wholesale Mouses. rpHE GREAT BLOOD PURIFIER.— 1 THOMPSON'S BURDOCK PILLS purity the foulest blood, and relieve every Disease of Stomach Liver, and Kidneys. pure blood gives health. Thousands have been cured by these wonderful Pills whose diseases could not be reached by any other medicine. For rheumatics, lumbago, piles, gravel, pains in the back, scurvy, bad legs, wounds, or white swellings, scrofula or king's evil, cancers, pimples and blotches on the face and body, swelled feet or legs, each, by all chemists and patent niediyine vendors; or sent, to'auv address for 60 stamps, by tlie makers, the Lincoln aud Midland Counties' jjrag Company, Lincoln. Wholesale Agents, Barclay and Sons, London, and all tlie Wholesale Mouses. rpHE GREAT BLOOD PURIFIER.— 1 THOMPSON'S BURDOCK PILLS purity the foulest blood, and relieve every Disease of Stomach Liver, and Kidneys. pure blood gives health. Thousands have been cured by these wonderful Pills whose diseases could not be reached by any other medicine. For rheumatics, lumbago, piles, gravel, pains in the back, scurvy, bad legs, wounds, or white swellings, scrofula or king's evil, cancers, pimples and blotches on the face and body, swelled feet or legs, erysipelas, jaundice, dropsy, and fevers oi all kinds. In boxes at Is. lid. and 2s. 9d. each. Sold Vy all Chemists, ar from the Burdock Pill v*«.uufactory, 44, Oxford street, Swansea. 3400c SPECIALITIES. Very Handsome TWEED SUITS, Pure n-ool, Thorough!}/ Shrunk, Made to Measure, 42/ 45. 50/ 55/ NE (fr ANGOLA TWEEDS, in Checks and Stripes for TROUSERS, 10/6, 12,6, 13/6, 16/6. COAT and rExTol Plack- ami Blue Fine Worsted Coalimj, with Edges Hound, 42/ 45¡' 52/6, 57/6. — — runMS s7WCTLY CASH, BOYLE AND CO., I a EX ERA L OUTFJTTERS, Cll Uli L'Jl- S1 'liEE l\ CARDIFF. 61301 E. PHILIP EVANS, M.H.C.V.S.L., VETEiUNAIiY SUliGEON, 4. F R E I) E It I C K S T R E E T, CROCK HEltBT OWN, CARDIFF, Has returned home with the intention of working up a Practice. Horses and Cattle Examined as to Soundness. 2574ect BILLIARD, POOL, OR PYRAMID JD BALLS, full size, Real Ivory, from 5s. each. Cloths, for full.size Tables and Or.?liioiis,G2s 6d; ditto, superior West of England, 80s. Cues tw ell-seasoned ash) Is euch, ditto, superior hard wood biittetl 2s, 2s6d, 38, 3s Gd, t)i, 4.6t1 I'.bony butted, 6s each. Unc Cases 2. 6a auu is each. Cue Tips (best quality only) 1 s, Is 2d, is 4d, and Is Gd per box of IOC. Cue Tip Chaiks Is Cd tier gross. Re-stutlitig Cushions, with Rubber, warranted not to get hard in the coldest weather, X7 los. Ad- Justing aud colouring Balls Sd each. Old Balls exchanged and Tables re-co>'e.red, bought and sold, etc. G0157 Write for Price I,jsts, Cloth, awl Cushion Rubber Samples, HEN NIG BUOS., 11, High-street, London, W.C., Estb.1829 oO AND 31, W0IIKING-SllIEET, C A It 1) 1 le F ^NDliEWS AND gON UNDERTAKERS, HEARSE AND MOURNING COACH PROPRIETORS. RtiFOKM FUNEKAL coins, SHELI.IBIEKS, AND BllOUGHAMS, ECCLESIASTICAL PALLS, GREY HOUSES FOR YOUNG PEKSONS. The Trade supplied with every requisite for Funeral Furnishing. Please note the A,id.ess- 30 and 31, WORKING-STREET. 69803 ALSOP'S F IT It N I T U R E, 58, UltOAUMHAl), BlllSTOh. OPINIONS OF THE PRESS. lo It is impossible to producc better designed Cabinet. Work than ii to he found in this huge modern manufactory, while the prices are very considerably les9 than first Metropolitan Houses."—Clifton Chronicle. 61570 S U D DEN JJ E A T II BY SANFORD S RAT POISON. "In my wheat ricks I found 130 rats killed by one dressing with it."—J. U. PAINK, Farmer, Caxton. Sanford s Rat Poison answers well. I lind if the best I ever used."—J. LONG, llenlow. It is, without doubt, the best ever introduced. Price Is. per box, Is. 2d. with postage, of SANFORDANDSONS SANDY, BEDS, 7730c ITILE OLD STANDARD MEDICINE OF WALES!! ESTABLISHED 1839. T HE C A 7\1 13 H I A N MEDICIN E, JONES' (TREMADOC) APERIENT AND ANTIBILIOUS PILLS. The general test of HALF A CENTO"UY lias now established the reputation of these PILES, composed of iare and extensive Vegetable ^reparations, combined with a valuable SNOWDONIAN 1IEUH, forming a 1 MILD, LAXATIVE, TONIC REMEDY, superior to all oilier preparations as a Pit EYeUTIVE and UUHE ]-OIL ALL DISEASES RESULTING FROM A DISORDERED STATE OF THE STOMACH AND LIVER AND IM- PUKITY OF THE BI.OOU.&c. Sold by all the Wholesale Houses, and at the Depot, Tremadoc, North Wales. Retailed by all Medicine Ven- dors iu every Town iu the United Kingdom and the Continent, in Boxes, at Is. Ijd., 2s. 6d., and 4s. 6d. each. THE MEDICINE FOR THE SEASON! JONES' (TREMADOC) P^OTORA L P A LSA ill, For Coughs, Bronchi lis, 1 niluenza, Difficulty of Breathing, Hooping Coughs, Tightness ill the Chest. Hoarse- ness, Ac. Sold in Bottles, 7ù., Is. l^d./and 2s. 9d. each. IMPORTANT TO SINGERS, PUBLIC SPEAKERS, &c. JONES' (TREMADOC) AROMATIC VOICE GLOBULES, For Restoring and Clearing tlie Voice, removing Hoarse- ness, &e. Instantaneous and certain in their effect. Sold in Boxes, Is. Ijd. and 2s. 9d. each. These Medicines had the experience of Fifty years. The Prescriptions of om: of the lirst Physicians of Wales, and are not QUACK MEDICINES. All these valuable Specialities may he had from the depot, Tremadoc, North Wales, by remitting 2d. extra with order H your own vendor is out of them." 7900c gTAiNIJA R D EMEDIES Look for Trade Mark—"Drowning Man seizing Lift Buoy" 011 each Label. KEALL'S TONIC AND NEURALGIC MIXTURE Certain and Speedy Cure for NEURALGIA, NERVOUS HEADACHE, RHEUMS, TIC DOLEREUX, Ac., is. lid., 2s. 9d., and 4s. 6d. per Bottle. KEALL'S HERB IIITT E its. Cure for General Weakness, Loss of Appetite, Nervous Debility, Impaired Digestion, Ac., 2s. 9d., 4s. 6d.,and lis. per Bottle. KEALL'S NIPPLE LINIMENT. Specific for Chapped and Sore Nipples. 7jd., ls. lid., 2s. 9d. per Bottle. KEALL'S AMERICAN MANDRAKE PILLS. The Greatest Blood Purifier oft.ht. Age. h. ltd., 2s. 9d., 1(110 4s. 6d. per Box. PROPRIETOR :— F P KBALL, 199, HIGH-STREET, SWANSEA. Coleman, CardiIf Young, Newport; HnyiMnn, K eath; Evans, Cardigan Steel and Marsh, Bath Hewberv and 1.31 WESTERN MAIL, W \lQ; W fUUKNTLlb PAPER IN WALES w r N 1 E 11 ji u o T THE DEM AN J FOR OUR JP A T E N T A M V PitUUJ, B0 0 T S CONSTANTLY INCREASES. Our NEW AUTUMN and WINTER STYLBS are now in t-tock, amongst them are several Novelties, Price 6s. lid., 8s. Pd., 10s. 6d., 13s. 6d., 16s. 6d. Our PATENT DAMP-PROOF BOOTS are now thorouglilj appreciated by the Public, aud the great favour witb which they are regarded induces a certain class of manu- facturers to offer worthless imitations. This we considci a great compliment to ourselves, imitation being Ulf sincerest form of flattery. O Y L E AND £ JO BOOT MERCHANTS, 19, CHURCH-STREET* 2, HIGH-STREET, 8, BUTE-STREET, CI A R D1 FF, J 0 T I C E TO SPORTSMEN. T. PAGE WOOD, PRACTICAL GUN AND RIFLE MAKER, 1, WESTGATE-STREET, CARDIFF, AND 35, NICHOLAS-STREET, BRISTOL, Solicits an inspection of his large and varied Stock ol BREECII-LOADING, HAMMERLE6S, and other kind* of G UNS, at low prices consistent with good workman* ship. CARTRIDGES ot very best quality, carefully loaded by experienced assistants. GUNPOWDER, SHOT, CAPS, WADS, 4c. Sole Agent for the Newcastle Chilled Shot Company, and Agent, for Schultze andCo.'s Smokeless Powder, bl'KCl AL IS OT1CK.— Try the CHILWORTH" GUNPOWDER. li.e largest and most varied Stock of Breech-loading Guns, Rifles, and Revolvers in South Wales. Note Address.—T. PAGE WOOD, PRACTICAL GUN MAKER, 1. WESTGATE-STREET CARDIFF. Head 0 £ |ct.—35, Nicholas-street, Bristol. 6100 FUKNlSn THROUGHOUT. OETZWIANN & CO., 6/, 69, 71, 73, 77 & 79, HAMPSTEAD ROAD, LONDON. DURNISH THROUGHOUT.—OET2MANN & CO# C;, 6g, 71, ?3, 77 and 79, HampsUad-road, near Tottei» "ia:n-coui t-roid Cabinet Factory, Albion Works, Charles ilrcet; Heading Factory, Eaglt-place, London, N.W Carpets, Iu.aituic, Bedding, Drapeiy, Furnishing Iron mongery, China, Glass, Pictures, BroDazes, Clocks, &c.,atO tyery oliicr requisite for completely furnishing nou* throughout, f,tz,iiatin and Co. are enabled to offer spa ,ial »Jvautages to country customers in delivery of goocl by ili-ir own laigc Pantecnnicon Vans, and fixing ir; i'o:, by competent persons. If desired, an experience! >e,soii is sent to view the house, note style of Architects^ ••♦eels, &c., take measurements and furnish Estimates, OETZMANN & CO., HAKPSTEAD ROAD,' T,ON DON. FOR THE BLOOD IS THE LlFB. '*°** QLARKE'S \VOULD.F AMED BLOOD MIXTURE THE GREAT BLOOD PURIFIER AND RESTORER. For cleansing and clearing the blood from all impuri ties, cannot be too highly recommended. 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