!\lrt-1; jBainagrs;,$c J}tatf)s. BIRTHS. BAILEY.—On the 8th inst., at 33, Smeaton-street, Cardiff, the wife of Henry Baiiey, of a son. CAPES.-On May -,l, at 24, Hamilton-road. Reading, the wife of Lieutenant Gerard J. Capes, R.N., of a daughter. CORBETT.—On June 8, at Sully House, near Cardiff, Mrs. W. S. Corbett, of a son. JAMES.—On June 9, at 8, Courtland-terrace, Merthyr Tydfil, the wife of C. Henry James, of a son—still- born. POWELL.—Or. June 5, the wife of the Rev. Morgan Powell, vicar of Aberaman, of a daughter. WALTERS.—On June 12, at 48, Cenway-road, Canton, Cardiff, the wife of Mr. W. J, Walters, of a daughter. MARRIAGES. EDWARDS—GIEBS.—On June 4, at St. John the Bap- tist's, Cardiff, by the Rev. Shelly Plant, Richard, youngest son of the late Mr. Thomas Edwards, G'anpwllafon, Cardigan, to Mary Aune, daughter of the late Mr. Thomas Gibbs, Weston Hill Farm, Gower, and niece of the late Mr, D. W. Jones, Beaconsfleld House, Cardiff. EARL—Arkf.LL.—On the 12th iust., at St, John's, Canton, by the Rev. Henderson, Philip, only sou of William Earl, St. Nicholas, to Lizzie, youngest daughter of F. G. Arkell, 42, Partridge-road, Cardiff. No cards. GRAHAM—THOMAS.—On the 6th inst., at Wesley Chapel, Newport, Mou., Charles, second sou of Mr. William Graham, Godfrey-road, to Katie, youngest daughter of Mr. George Thomas, Highfleld, New- port. No cards. I HILL—PJSARC.«:.—On Thnrsday, the 6th inst., at St. Saviour's, Bath, by the Rev. J. A. Jacob, vicar, Algernon Frank Hill, of Cardiff, solicitor, to Amy Louise Pearce, daughter of T. A. Pearee, Esq., Bath. Spencer —EVA:'?.—On June 5, at St. Mark's, New- port, Men., by the Rev. A. J. Cap, M.A., uncle of the bridegroom, assisted by the IWv. T. L. Lister, M.A., Francis Wakefield, eldest son of T. E. Spencer, Esq., to Mildred, daughter of the late Henry W. Evans, Euville House, Newport, Mon. T STOMAS—SVMES.—OH June 5, a, St. James's Church, West Derby, by the Rev. A. W. Robinson, M.A., Lewis Thomas, of Johannesburg, eldest son of Mrs. Morgan, Llansour Fawr, Caerleon, Mou., to Amy Marion, yeunger daughter of Dr. Charles Symes, West Derby. No cards. YALLENBER—DAVIES.—On the bth inst., at Sc. Mar- garet's Church, Eoath, by the Rev. H. W. North, Arthur Bruce Vallender, of Albany-road, Roath, to Annie Isabel, se"ond daughter of the late Thomas DavieE, Cardiff. WILLIAMS—DAVIKS.—On Monday, June lQ, at Peu- tyrcl' Church, by the Rev. Henry Williams, rector, Robert Williams, eldest son of Rotxsrt Williams, JCsq., of M^sars, J01103 .Bros,, Cardiff, to JVfary Ann (May) Davies, only daughter of the late Thomas Davies, Esq., of LIan Farm, Gwaelodygarth, and niece of E, Waikins, Esq., Tynewydd, Ta fi's Well DEATHS. COD.—At Redely ffe, Llandatf, on 7th inst., Agnes, the beloved wife of John T. Coe, Solicitor, Cardiff, and younger daughter of D. E. Williams, J.P., Hirwaun. CsADpocx.—On June 6, at his residence, Ravenswood, Mamdte, Newport, Willi;) in James Craddock, for inany years the South Wales Manager of Messrs. Henry Pooley and Sons, Liverpool. Deeply regretted. No cards. DMDSE.—On June 6, at 50, Bridge-street, Newport, suddenly, John Dredge, aged 64 years. JOHK—On June 5, at 16, East-terrace, Cardiff, the beloved wife of James John, master boilermaker, aged 60 years. Friends please accept this intima- tion. jEYOfs.—On June 10, at his residence, 11, Walmer- road, Birkdale, William Alfred Jevolls, of Liver- pool, solicitor, in the 75th year of his age. JOSJES.—On June 7, at Flemings ton Kectorv, the Rev. Samuel Jones, aged 81 years. r>!ORGAN.—On June 10, at 8.40 p.m., John Morgan, Calvinistic Methodist deacon, Givemyinoel, Llan- trisant. PHILLIPS.—On June 8, at Meyrick-street North, Pem- broke Dock, in her 73rd Tear, Mary, relict of the late W. G. Phillips, J. P., publisher and proprietor of "Pembroke Dock and Pembroke Gazette," and mother of Mrs. L!e. J. Powell, Hare Grove, Albany- road, Cardiff. Friends kindly accept this intima- tion. BMS.—On June 3, at the Brittania Inn, Perth, Cecilia, the wife of Thomas Rees, aged 26 years. f £ E3. At Llanboidy Vicarage, on Whit-Monday, Charlotte, the beloved wife of the Rev. W. Rees, vicar of Llanboidy, aged 63. THOMAS,—On June 10, atPantycorad Farm, Pentyrch, Susannah Thomas, in her 85th year. WILLIAMS—On the 5th inst., at the Albion Hotel. Cilfynydd, George Thomas Williams, dearly beloved infant son of Thomas and Naomi Williams, aged twelve months. "WILLIAMS.—On June 5, at Ferncliff Cottage, the Mumbles, Mary Sanders, wife of John Walters Williams. No flowers, by request. WILLIAMS. On June 7, at Fern-hill, Pontardulais, Mary, widow of the late J. B. Williams, Esq.' Crythan House, Neath. Funeral strictly private. No flowers, by own desire. WINSTON.—On June 6, at Pnorton-terrace, Swansea, Bebecca, widow of the late Rev. William Winston, 'sector of I'ender;. n, in her 82nd year, deeply regretted. In iHrmonam.
-J" Major Hague, Ir.te of Danygraig Houso, Pouty pridd, who died at Leeds on June 7th, 1894. "Gone from our home, but not our hearts." In loving memory of Ruth Applegate, who died eu Mny 30th, and buried at Llandaff June 3rd. Deeply regretted.
JJIatrÜuoníaI. Matrimony.—Retired Manufacturer (Widower) con- siderable wealth, aged 46, tall and aristocratic in appearance, with palatial residence and grounds, W^NES to Correspond with amiable, domesticated! ana affectionate Ladv (Spinster or Widow), with View to SlarrMge settlement made honourable secrecv — Mr. Pyor. 83, Groi-venor-street, London, W. 6100l3 Matrimony.—A bliddle-aged- Lady, residing in an ISOLATED country district, has recently inherited con- siderable means, and would now Like to Marrv a suitable Gcnttemnn of Christian principles and refined u^ndr"^Young-54> New Oxford- sttept, London, W.O. 9.1c 2?arant* Cook, good Plain, Wanted iuimediatelv; must, be *0 early nser and able to bake brfitd; all found but *^ER-—Write, stating full particulars, to Mrs. Lascelle larr. Cvvrt-y-yil, Penarth. Agent,4 EASIIY -Made in Spare Tune, constant income insured; particulars free • -W'fien L?0BP,R STAN!P 0F •V°1"' AND add ess'. W Cheapside, London. 134ol3 ANF"?I TO Form Clubs for~Watrhe« R7\ S';VER P!ATE' °P«RA GLASSES. Muad- oal Instruments, Weinberg pav Is. per WEA L CATALOGUES. Ac., Kendal and Dent, 106, Cheap- M»NW? «p!endid value. Great 4?" WORT'TI^FIS ^AD.ES A:I,I Gents' Silver Levers lOld H"EE' ,A THOROUGHLY clean, trustworthy dren TI experience with young R-liil- dren. Also a clean, reliable Girl, about 15, to ASSIST Nurse by Day,_Appl:, Mrs. Akere, 8, St. John'S crescent, Canton. Cardiff. 11^3 AT ONCE' PLAIN «'^R~FL^7Y BarrV Y S LAU"DR> &, Dock-ruail, —^3-— 164ol3 five'servlini-1- C'00H]^*AIL',EI' • two in family7 nve setrantb gentleman s tamilv good references — ^RPT^MRS. UTHH-ier, -Va;IT- g;rceg, Llandrindod. 608ol9 Wanted ac once, a good General Servant^Apply MIS-^JONES^ROBERT^ Arms, Aberdare. 584ol9 Wanted immediately, experie, Ile- FA^KNAID' i0R -TW° Children. *dn a CLER^.UAN'S X- REKF«N!-E required.—L 4, \YestwRI> M>ii Office, -Newport, Mon. "22oTS SoliStores' .■wiicitors Uttice, MUST have knowledge of K drffte"a0nd^tetraeteI,S a."d ab!e to siniPl« V\'elsh-SI)EAIL ""H'1' shorthand SPITING UE.K preferred.—Appiv, Flatin«>- "PENENW, AND salarv required, WU pho!o"nu>H IF possible, to lercy IJLGnett, Solicitor, Colwvn 340olo Waited To~Ketai! Ce^I<>n ami otTiei- Teas in Packets from Is. upwards cash terms.—Please A'*d env;I°llf« f<* price list Select Ceylon Tea Agtncy, 39, Lime-street. London. 353<1 ORT'WNT 'FFA.E~^TA!ITED' euergetie l^iiresenteTive AND G Couchbuilder. Wheelwrights, LLNWAMR!' L" LMSH ME OI VNTFISH Timber; TREATED^ withTE('M,R,AF»D AND sound business W 0 particulars and terms io L 10 Mail Office. Cardiff. 355ol5 Generals and Housemaids Wanted: moderate"SE7 flhmped envelop:) for l't'p!y.-Scn-ants' ITE^' 10 HAI!S')m->I'oad. ("nth TV.H, Carditr. ° N57OL8 izitunmm MANTEL!, 1S GLVEA; "P :U1 branches; no objection HOR.'O OR cow.—Chambers, Duffryu Village,' N«ar Car" 660ol9 Yovng Lady (21) .Seeks RC-cngagement «S NURSERY Governess Eugiisli and music tond c.f children -1 Address A. S., 2, Portland-square, Pittville, Chelten LIAR"- 527018 ?ARTNER0&IP0. Partner, Maieral Water TraA-O: £10J Wanted to Extend Rounds; good couuecticu.—Aerated, Cinder- fer-ù. 1 ^PARTMENT^ To LET, Furnished Apartments; two rooms down, t«-o up.—APPLY E- Cherrington, St. Allans, near Ch<pBtc\v. 275OL5^^ 1VTEWS OF THE WEEK -lAi E IS PRIÇE ONE PENNY. 4BU)fUmgf-l)ou0f0, &c. Westcn-super-Maie.—To Let, Furnished, large and commodious House, end of July for Month or Six Weeks nice garden good situation near sea.— Apply A. Pullin, Olaremont Repository. 613ol9 To Let, Residence, Llandogo, lH ar Tintern three sitting-rooms, five bedrooms; stabling, coach-house, walled garden; salmon rod fishing arranged.—For particulars apply Miller, Llandogo. 96ol3 Furnished House to Lit; garden, coach-hwse, and stabling; peny carriage if desired.—Full particulars from Mr. Worsley. Benison. Chepstow. 183014 —M——c—aa—g«a—awHrwwBi—earo— To Let, from the 30th of September next, that Road- side Corner Beerhouse, Cernelly Anns, on the main road from Aberavon to Porthcawl.—For particulars apply to Eustace R. Williams, Newton Brewery, Portheawl R.S.O. 87ol3 3&usiuwsi £ fr$ for JBi^posaL For Disposal, a genuine Baking and Confectionery Business; cause of disposal, ill-hetÜth.-Für parti- culars address L 26, Western Mail Office, Cardiff. 017 Butcher's Busiress.—Exceptionally favourable Op- portunity for Securing Business, established twe nty years, in principal street of reaside ttwn in West of England; rent and incoindug nicderate.— Huift. Auctioneer, Weston-1!per-Mate. 279 il5 9lacbintrp, Cools, &c. Boilers, All Sizeg-Vertical, Cornish, Lancashire Loco. Type; also Vertical Steara Engines,—Tne Grantham Crank and Iron Company (Limited), Grantham. 20753 ;flflis!ttllaneou0* For Sale, a French Bagatelle Table, cheJp; in good condition, with every requisite.—Address Railway Hotel, Abergavenny. 650015 la Your Memory Reliable? If it is you do not require to be remind -d that you should always ack for "D.C.L." Yeast. The finest RrcHI, sweet, nourish- ing, and of enticing appearance, can be produced by uring this Celebrated Yeast. Pretty cakes of many kinds End fruit cakes can also be made. A little book of recipes will IK; sent 011 application. Sample sent on receipt of Four Stamps. Sole Manu- facturers The Distillers Company (Limited), Edin- burgh. The Largest Distillers in the World. Lcl346-1 Furniture or Sto:ks-in-Trade Wanted; a liberal cash price gjven.—Persons wishing to sell will do Cteltenham-rond, Bristol. Estimates Free. c iWonep, £ 250,000 to Lend by the Provincial Union Bank, in sums of JEJO to JE500, on Note of Hand Alone, or on any other security, at a few hours' notice, to all classes, re-payable by easy instalments. No sureties required, and no tfood application is ever refused. All communications strictly private. The business of this Bank was originally established in 1863, and has grown to be the largest in the Kingdom owing to the honourable and straight forward manner in which it has been conducted, the uniform courtesy and prompt attention of its Officials having inspired the confi- dence and recommendation of its numerous cus- tomers. The public are cautioned against loan offices and money-lenders, whose only object is to obtain fees. If desired, an Official from the Bank will attend at applicant's residence with Cash, and carry out the advance without Delay. Apply to the Manager, Western Branch, Mr. STANLEY DOWDING, 1, Queen-square, Bristol. District Agent- Mr. E. W. WEBBER, 1489C 3, Working-street, Cardiff. THE DIRECTORS OF I. S. FIEI DING AND CO. (LIMITED) Advance Daily Sums from B5 to £ 1,000. Method of Business: FAIR I MEREST. EAST HE-PAYMENTS. ABSOLUTE PIUVACY. NO DELAY. NO SURETIES. TRADE BILL DISCOUNTED. Prospectuies and Particular. Free. Apply at either addresses below:- Head OtKce—THE HAYE-BUILDIXGS, CARDIFF; .ALBERT-CHAMBERS STOW-H1LL, NEWPORT; 4, ST. CATHARINE-STREET, PONTYPRIDD (Opposite Police-station). MONEY, MONEY, MONEY. CASH ADVANCES privately and promptly granted to Responsible Peisons from £5, at 5 per cent., on Note of Hand alone, without Bill of Sale. No references or sureties required. Also upon Furniture, Stock, Money under Wills, Policies, &c. Mr, A. PERCIVAL, 4, Powis-garAens, Bavswater London, W. ONEY LENT AT 5 PER CENT, jJH_ FROM jE25 TO £ 2,000.—WHY pay more, when a Private Gentleman is prepared to Grant Advances to responsible persons, Male or Female, upon their Note oi Hand, in any part of England or Wales, without Loan Office formalities. NO BILL OF SALE OR SURETIES REQUIRED The advance can be paid back by easy instalments, or can remain out from one to fifteen years by paying the irtenst only Call or write to the actral lender— CECIL G. COURTENAY, Esq., 11, Stroud Grten- road, Seven Sisters-road, Lordcn, N. L11794 (EfoucationaL HEREFORD. HEREFORD HIGH SCHOOL FOR JtjL GIRLS. 117, ST. OWEN-STREET, HEREFORD. President of the Council 'The Right Rev. the LORD BISHOP OF HEREFORD. Head Mistress: MISS KRABBE. Term Fees from Two to Five Guiueas. A limited number of Boarders can be received at the School House, under the immediate care of the Head Mistress. Good sanitary condition certified by the Inspector. LESSONS in MUSIC, SINGING, DRAWING, DANC!NG, and PAINTING given by Trained and Certificated Teachers. Occasional Students admitted to all Classes. CLIFTON. BRISTOL, CLARENDON COLLEGIATE C SCHOOL, NEXT REDLAND PARK CHURCH Principal: Mrs. MAYNARD Head-Mistres3, Miss MAYNARD.—Ages of Girls, 7 to 21. Suc. cesses 1893-94: Sixty-four entered Oxford, Cambridge, College of Preceptors, Royal Academy, Incorporated Society Musicians, Trinity College, London College of Music. Sixty-three Passed, Twenty-five in Honours. 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For a limited time only we will supply copies Gratis on receipt of stamps fur postage, or our New Illustrated List of Domestic and Surgical Appli ances free on receipt of name and Address. K. LAMBERT AND SON (Surgical Dept.). public Smusementsu THEATRE ROYAL, CAHDIFF LAST TWO NIGHTS NIOBE COMPAN Y. NEXT WEEK. EAST LYNNE. Box Plan at Thompson and Shackell's. GRAND theatre. Lessee and Manager, Mr.CLARENCE SOUNES. Every Evening at 7.45, Grand Special Day Perfor- mances, WEDNESDAYS and SATURDAY 8 at Three o'clock. Doors open at 2.30. MR. JOSEPH POOLE'S MY R I O R A i\1 A SIGHTS OF THE WORLD. WAR IN THE EAST-CHINA AND JAPAN. LOSS OF H.M.S. VICTORIA—The Collision and Foundering. A Thril- ling Tale of the Disaster by One of the Survivors. WAR IN MATABELELAND. Poole's Consolidated Variety Confederation. All Star Artistes. La Fleur's Troupe of Educated Animals. Highly Trained Donkevs and Dogs. Also the Marvellous TALKING DONKEY. [37788 Prices, from 6d. to £ 1 Is. Seats booked at Messrs. 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Sep. 5, AKA WA, 5,026 t. Oct, 3, IONIC, 4,751 tons Leaving- Plymouth two days later. Unsurpassed accommodation and cuisine. Cheap Rates Single and Return. Round the World Tours. Apply to Ismay Imrie and Co., 10, Water-street, Liverpool; or to Shaw, Savill, and Albion Company (Limited), 34, Leadenhall-strect, E.C.; or 51, Pall-mall, London, S.W. Lcl045 ALLAN LINE ROYAL MAIL STEAMERS TO UNITED STATES AND CANADA Under contract with the Canadian Government for conveyan33 of the CM adian Mails from Liverpool. CARTHAGINIAN .For S.John's & Halifax June 18 NUMIDIAN For Quebec & Montreal. June 20 SARDINIAN ForQuebec & Montreal. Juue 27 ASSYRIAN For S. John's & Ha'iifax. -JI-IIY 2 LAURENTIAN For Quebec & Montreal ..July 4 PARISIAN For Quebec & Montreal.. July 11 FARES FOR OCEAN PASSAGE: — Saloon £ 10 to 118 18s. Second Cabin and Steerage at Low Rates. Through tickets to all stations at special rales. Passengers are landed on tlw railroad wharf and trarsferred from ship to train without any incon. venience and expense. The Company's special conductor acconpanies West-bound passengers. Note.—This line provides the cheapest and moat convenient route to alf parts of Canada. Manitoba, the North-West Provinces. British Columbia, andthti Western States of America. Young Men desiring Agricultural Experience in Canada should in the first place communicate with the Allan Steamship Co. To TOURISTS, SPORTSMEN, and others.—Round Trip Tickets, combining excursions to Niagara Falls; the Wonderful Scenery and Sporting Districts of the Rocky Mountains and British Colum- bia, and other places of interest in United States and Canada. Programme of Tour-i on application. British Delegates' New Reports and all the latest Maps and Pamphlet; free. Direct Services from Glastow to New York and Boston and Philadelphia all the year round. Full Darticulars on application to ALLAN BROTHERS & CO., 19, James-street, Liverpool, or to K J. Davies, 9, Edward-place, Captain J. A Scott, Emigration Office, 47, Cathays-terrace,Cardiff; W. J. Trounce, Bute Docks, Cardiff; T. C. Howe. 31, Mount Stuart-sq.iaie, Caidift W. M. Viughan, Printer, 47 and 48. Wind-street, and T. R. W. Mason and Co., Swansea; W. H. Rees. Auctioneer,Charles- ville-place, Neath; Philip Davies, George Hotel, Brecon; Frederick Allan, 28, St. John's-square, Aber- gavenny Jolin W. Francis, Gcat-street, Haverford- west Milton, Locke, and Phillips 3, Commercial- street, J. Young, 1, Tredegar-chambers, and Heybryne and Brown, 1, Friars-chambers, Dock-street, Newport, Mon. A. Tilney, Steam Saw Mills, Abertillery; D. J. Evans, Hat House, High-street, Merthyr Tydfil; E. Davies, 62, Glebeland-street, Merthyr Tydfil; D. J. Rees, Trealaw, Pontypridd J. Davies. Blaenganv D. Rowlaads. Penygraig", near Pontypridd E. II. Davies, Baglan-chambers, Pentre James Roberts, Graig Post- office, Pontypridd Isaac Jones, Stationers-hall, Tre- herbert; William J. Harry, 39, Woodfield-street, Mor- riston; Edward Rees, 138, Holton-road, Barry Dock; Wm. Parsons, Hairdresser, Armoury- road. Ebbw Vale; William Bingham, Church-row, Chepstow John S. Lambert. Emigration Agent, The Woodlands, Porth; and J. W. DOQ <\ew Cut, bath Bridge, Bristol. THE ABERDEEN LINE LONDON TO AUSTRALIA, Via Cape of Good Hope, in 42 days. ABERDEEN, Captain A. T. Wills, 3,659 tons, Juno 25. AUSTRALASIAN, Captain T. F, Spalding, 3,630 tons, July 23. These magnificent full-powered Steamers will sail as above for MELBOURNE AND SYDNEY, taking Passengers for Teueriffe and Cape Town, and for all Australian and New Zealand Ports. For Fares and full Particulars apply to the owners, Geo. Thompson and Co., 24, Leadenhall- street, London, E.C. Lcl097 JGEAYER" LINE, LIVERPOOL. TO QUEBEC AND MONTREAL EVERY SATURDAY. Lowest ThroughRatestoMONTREAL, TORONTO, HAMILTON.LONDON, WINNIPEG, VANCOUVER, VICTORIA, CHICAGO, BUFFALO, DETROIT, and the principal towns in NOVA SCOTIA, NEW BRUNSWICK, Ac. Superior Accommodation at Lowest Rates for Saloon, Second Cabiu, and Steerage Passengers. For Freight or Passage apply to— D. and C. MACIVER, Managers, Albert-square, Manchester, and 1725c] Tower Buildings, Liverpool. 46 X £ EATmGS pOWDER." 66 KEATING S p OWDER." 66 jceating's pOWDER." 6 6 ^EATING'S "pOWDER." Tliis Pcwder, so celebrated, is known as being per- fectly unrivalled in destroying BUGS, FLEAS, MOTHS, BEETLES, and all Insects (while perfectly harmless to all animal life). All woollens and furs should be well sprinkled with the Powder before placing away. To avoid disappointment insist upon having "Heating's Powder." It is sold only in tins, and every genuine t.in has my signature "Thomas Keating" on the label. See this to prevent being defrauded. JjT "J ^AKGEB rgHNS. 3d. 6<1. 1s, LARGER rjUNS Qd. gcL "|T J~ABGEK rj^INS. Od. J s. y^ABGKR rjlINS. rjYEETH J^ENTISTB Y rjTEETH .-&- —— JL Restore Mastication, Digesti OU, and Beauty J MR. KE ALL. SURGEON DENTIST (38 Sears' ExperieHce 28 Years in Sivinsen. 199, HIGH-STREET, SWANSEA. (Just below the Great Western Railway Station), b'egs to intimate that lie can produce," a nerfectlv fitting Set of Teeth in one clear day. The very best workmanship guaranteed. Painless Dentistry bv Gae also by Anaesthetics. Cocaine, and Ether Spray." Partial Sets from 5s. par tooth. Unnor or Lower Sets from Two Guineas." KEALL'S TONIC AND NEURALGIC MIXTURE Sure and Speedy Cure for Neuralgia, Tic Doloreiu Rh'iims. Toothache, and all Nervous Pains. Is. lid., and 2s. 9d. per bottle. Through auv Chemise. Cardiff: TMr. Munday. Chemist, 1, Duke-street Mr. Robb, Chemist, Roatu. Newport Messrs Garrett and Atkins, 33, Commercial-scree' Neath: Mr. J. G. Isaac (late Ha.vm.n), ChemiSt Llanelly: Mr. Morgan W. James. Bridgend Messrs Pritchard and Roberts, Car jline-street. 30113 CARDIFF ADVERTISING, BILL POSTING AND CIRCULAR DISTRIBUTING COMPANY (LIMITED). Established 1877. OFFICES CASTLE-STREET CHAMBERS, SECRETARY: FRANK H. SIMPSON. The best Permenant Posting Stations in Cardiff aud neighbourhood. Contractors for all descriptions of Advertising, Circular Distributing1, Etc, All orders promptly attended to. ONE BOX OF CLARKE'S B 41 PILLS is warranted to cure all discharges from the urinary organs, in either sex, acquired or consti- tutional, gravel, and pains iu the back. Guaranteed free from Mercury. Sold in boxes, 4s. 6d. each, by all chemists and patent medicine vendors throughout the world or sent to any address for 60 stamps bg the makers, the Lincoln and Midland Counties' Druy Company, Lincoln, L ————————— pIA N 0S -B- INSPECTION INVITED. -r HEATH AND ia Have the Largest and Best-selected StocK South Wales, and at THE CHEAPEST PRICES. LARGE DISCOUNT FOR CASH. Agents for BROADWOOD, COLLABD, EB^^s KIRKMAN, BRINSME AD. and all the Best Fraai 10s. 6d. Monthly. 0 R G A N S Sole Agents for MASON and Instruments by all the Best Makers, Monthly, at qj HEATH AND QO>S 51, QUEEN-STREET, CARDIFF, 34, TAFF-STREET, PONTYPRIDD. yf-3/- Experienced Tuners sent to all parts of South ,|()#. f periodically. Catalogues sent post-free on apyl^S-—^ I JGTATIONERF AND JPRLNTL^ FOR THE LEGAL AND OTHER PROFESSION BEST QUALITIES. LOWEST I PRICES. TRACING AND D1 AWING PLPEB. J PARCHMENTS (BEST QUALITY ONLY). COPYING LETTER BOOKS. NOTE PAPER. ENVELOPES. I ABSTRACT AND BRIEF LEASES, STATEMENTS OF CLAIM DEFENCE,&c. V J JUDICATURE FOOLSCAP. DRAFT PAPO | QUANTITY AND SPECIFICATION PAPER. PAPER INDENTURES AND AGREEMENT l ORDER OF JQ &NIEL OWEN AND c > -IT. MARY-STREET, CARDIFF. THE GREAT REMEDY, ,TAM 1JA A I a 31 pp- Ara Aeft GOUT^ 1 PILLi 1. 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Each capsule bears the name rT, MIDY," PARIS, 8, RUE VIVENNE- Price 4s. 6d., of all Chemists, or Post Free « WILCOX and CO., 239, OXFORD-STKE* LONDON, W. pIe IMPORTANT TO LkDIES.-V and never failing remedies for all irre^jjol? and o)>structions, however obstinate or long s and never fails to bring about the desired r.giA These really wonderful medicines are ft" parallel in medical science they preserve healtn^je have saved thousands trouble, illness, and Thousands of unsolicited testimouials. stamped envelope for most invaluable part10" (The only effectual remedy on earthi. atO*' A. DASMA1L, 33, Langdale, Walthamf^' Est. 1851. jj "VT E W P O R T 0 -i-TI (Established 1870 THE DE REES BILL-POSTING ft. > ADVERTISING COM PAN (LIMITED). PROPRIETORS of 150 of the LARGEST ««»tf SIAXIONS in Newport, Pontypol, RisC;¡" Eastern and Western Valleys. Terms on xoplicatiou to 144, COMMERCIAL-STREET^ 1 for t.! 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