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pipping fioticrs* s\ rtTFTTTTT-. V-/ MELBOURNE AND SYDNEY, Taking Passengers at through rates ■■IMMHiiUM* also for aDELA DE.LAUNCEST N, 1IODAllT, BRISBANE, and other Ports in TASMANIA, QUEENSLAND, and NEW ZEALAND. Passengers Booked by Mr. S. J. DAVIES, No. 1, The lIayes, Cardiff. Particulars and information free on Personal application. If by post stamped envelope must Slgiclosed. 3086d Tf 1 I! E E D W A R I) S X CARDIFF AND NEW YORK STEAMSHIP LINE. The First-class Steamers of this Line intend to sail as 'oilows, wind, weather, and other circumstances per- fitting;— NEW YORK TO CARDIFF— EHEOLA 2.500 tons Feb. 24th fiHODORA about 4,000 tons .To Follow NEWPORT TO NEW YORK— THORN HOLMK 2,500 tons Feb. 20th pi-DVoup'' *s Lading for alt classes of GOODS and gARCELS to and from Birmingham, Gloucester, Bristol, ndgwaier, Hereford, Wolverhampton, Manchester, raaford, London, Stafford, Abergavenny, Swansea, ?ew'port, Merthyr, &c., <fcc., and places in the Western states ajid Canada, including Chicago, St. Louis, Mil- ^aukee, St. Paul's, Toledo, Buffalo, Detroit, Toronto, Philadelphia, Boston, Baltimore, &c., &c.,in conjunc- )2n the principal Railway Companies on both 'ides. heapest route for all classesof Goods to and from the Midland District. Dock Dues, Landing and Warehousing Charges, &c., !? rnuch lowerat Cardiff than any of the other Trans- &tll\ntic Port!. For Freight Charges, and other particulars, apply to EDWARDS, ROBERTSON, & CO., Cardiff and Newport; TURNER, EDWARDS, and Co., Bristol; or G. F. BULLEY, 51. South-street. New York. & -HOKJDJiAUX. The Cardiff Steamship Company's "First-class Screw Steamers will Bail as follow BOEDOGNE.BORDEAUX for CARDIFF.Feb. 12 GlKONDE CARDIFF for EOlmKAUX.Feb.12 Vi illi Goods anu Passengers. For Rates of Freight, Ac., apply to Messrs. John Whitham and Son, Agents, 14, Quai des Cluirtroug, Bor- and at he Offices of the Company, No. 3, Bute Place, Cardiff HOOPER AND CAMPBELL. Managers. sJ&K&v A L L A i\ LINE XJl. ROYAL MAIL STEAMERS UNITED STATES & CANADA v-nTT. FROM LIVERPOOL. 0 ^COTIAN .For Halifax and Portland Feb. 8 ^or ^aliiax and Baltimore .Feb. 15 Halifax and Portland Feb. 22, For Halifax and Balitimore.Mar. 1 For Halifax and Portland .Mar. 8 Won ^0r Halifax and Baltimore .Mar. 15 aCASSIAN For Halifax and Portland Mar. 2'I OCEAN RATES: Saloon, 12 to 21 Guineas; Intermediate, £8; •x?^r,ol'gh Tickets at special rates to Chicago, Winnipeg il North-West- Territory, and to all points in Western States and Canada. ASSISTED PASSAGES to Halifax arc granted to (.■ifl) f'n-1^ labourers, Mechanics, &c., for £ 4, and to Agri- u Illr)sts, Agricultural Labourers, and Female Domestic f,?rva»ts for £.3; and 'Jhrough to Inland points in arlada at Special Bales. *^MPHLETS—"Reports of Tenant Farmers Dele- gates on Dominion of Canada Map of Manitoba and bbVadian Railway: also recent issue of Pam- K lets on Canada and the Western States of America, «r-, sent free. Full particulars on application to J W BROTHERS and Co., James street, Liverpool, or r.. P. Keunard, Auctioneer, 19, Queen-street, and Or. "'d, 246, Bute street, Cardiff J. C. Manning, 9, Castle- streH, and A. T. Austin, 16, St. Mary-street, Swansea; Morgan, Siluria Villa, Llanwyjio-road, Pontypridd; Hees, Auctioneer, Charlesville-place, Neath; ?:¡'Yid Williams, Bell Yaults, High-st., Brecon Crockett uTIli James, 4, Taff-street, Pontypridd Fredk. Allen, 9, 1 ^nel-street, Abergavenny; John W. Francis, Cart- ett, Haverfordwest; W. MHton Locke, 10, Great-Dock reet, J. Young, Screw Packet Wharf, and Harse and uWn, 173, Commercial-street, Newport-, Mon.; A. 'nT> Market-street, Abertillery H. A. iewis, Post- 'sster, Newtown. EbbwYale; Win. Davies, Bookseller Stationer, Beaufort, and 8, Ida-place, EbbwYale; eo. Batten. 34, Beaufort-street, Bivnmawr; D. J. tr, a"f. General Outfitter, Merthyr Tvdvil; Ann Watkins, Glebeland-street, Merthyr Tydvil. fi', "]\T ATION A L L INE TO NEW X<(:. 1., .J"3:LIA YORK. 'n! LlVERPOOLtoNEW XORB: not QUEENSTOWN, every WEDNESDAY. HELVETIA Wednesdav, Feb. 14th EGYPT Tuesday, Feb. 2QD1I ITALY Wednesday, Feb. 2Sth Prom LONDON to NEW YORK as fallows :— DENMARK .Saturday, Feb. 10th GUiEECE Wednesday, Feb. 21st HOLLAND Wednesday, Feb. 28th Saloon Fares to New iork la, 12, and Ib Gllineas ac cording to position of berth, all having eaual Saloon privileges. Return tickets, 24 and 22 Guineas. Baltin!o,gf 1? ^eW ^°vk' Bust011' Philadelphia, and vi a mi f' "upen°r accommodation and abundance Dart.^P'-ov'sions. Cheap Through Bookings to all Texas United States and Canada. Special Rates to Àply to the National Steamship Company, Limited, 3, ater-street, Liverpool; or at 37, Leadeuhall-street, £ ondon and to Messrs. J. R. Nicholas and Co., v-onsulate Chambers, Bute Docks, or George «ird, 246, Bute-street, Cardiff; J. C. Manning, 9, J^astle Bailey-street, Swansea; F. W. Caiujt, Withe- COllI be-street: Aberdare; Jas. R. Morgan, Postmaster, outypool; John Thomas, IJ, Church-square, Tredegar; enrv Lewis, Ebbw Vale; Thomas Davies, 84, Pontmor- s, Merthyr; M. Matthews, Abercarn; T. Yendall, Isca; A. Tilney, Abertillery-; E. H. Davies, Pentre \ÿtl"ad, Rhondda; isaac Austin, Stationer, Treorky; W. j • "atkins, 50, Glebeland-street, Merthyr; John 2i "ifr' Francis-terrace, Pantysgallog; Alex. Davies, Merchant-street, Pontlot-t-yn. J) o M I N I L I N E. ^Educed FARES.—From LIVERPOOL, on THURS- AY8. This Line books Passengers through to aU parts of AMERICA .At Special Low Rates. Saloon, from £10 10s.; Inter- mediate, .t6 6s.; Steerage, JM 4s. ASSISTF, D PASSAGES 1>e granted to Manitoba, the North-West Territory, and ■° all parts of CANADA. jy Assisted Ocean Rates for Agricultural Labourers, their -art'iUes, and Female Domestic Servants, JE3 per Adult; yechanics, Navvies, General Labourers, and their arnilies, JB4; Children under 12 years, £ 2; Infants w One year, 10s. For Passage Tickets, apply to FLINN, MAIN, and James-street, Liverpool; or to Henry Lewis, Postmaster, Ebbw Yale; Jos. Morgan, Post Uniee, Pontypool. REDUCED FARES TO AMERICA. BE A V E R LINE. WEEKLY SAILINGS. .la.i'yy. LIVERPOOL and QUEEN STOWN to YORK, BOSTON, PHILADEL- PHIA, and BALTIMORE. t Steerage. Fare to New York, Boston, Philadelphia, or ■"altimore, £ 3 15s. Saloon Fare to New York, "CIO 10s. he accommodation for all classes of passengers by Line cannot be surpassed a duly qualified SUli- ^■OS and Steerage STEWARDESS are provided by the ~°'npanyto attend to the wants of Female passengers 11d Children during the voyage. A plentiful supply of best provisions are cooked and served out by the Company's Servants. For further particulars and to secure berths apply to- l Liverpool, R. W. Roberts, Manager, Canada Shipping company, 21, Water-street; in Queenstown, N. G. Sey- mour and Co.; or to Jas. Lodge, 55, Broadway, Cardiff; loyd and Davies, Queen's Buildings, Newport, Mon. p°uglas Drysdalu and Co., Clock Tower Chambers, '.Vinoufh. 6948c <?& lOESTSTEAMERSto Boston, New York, Philadelphia, and Fares, £ 3 15s. and £ 4. <^aBWW^1>a,sa;!e from 7 to 8 days.—Apply to ""berts, 29, Union-street, Liverpool. 4719 _=- LAMBING SEASON. (CORNER'S TINE'S DEA'ONSIITRE V_y OILS stand unrivalled in value to Sheen Owner, in the bEASON OF LAMBING. Thousands'ot Ewes Cc'ld, InJl .l'aVf. bL'eU, Sar,°d "y theil- "scin cases of r' a-n-u.'tioii.s Swollen and Black Udders, Scour, viiu ro jn-cvent II-aviag. l.s^ab'ished 50 Yt-ars.—Promptly used is unequalled 'i.|3; Vernal or mUn.al ailment. A line EMBKOOA- Uoi \VOIITIJS, Chaps* Bruises, Swellings, Inflamniii- An;13' ^'Pl'ain.H, Lanieiiess, Sprung Tendons, and all k '"a! t'isease or Accident to Horse, Cow, Sheep, or 'S- All should keep them.—Sold everywhere and ?' Chemists, 2s., wine size. RICHARD CORNER, {.rpprietor, Wellington, Somerset. Supplied by any v ^olesale Di-aler. fc898c K J E U T I O HYGIENIC, INFALLIBLE, and PRESERVATIVE, ures promptly, without aclditiollalmcalls, all recent or mmic discharges uf the urinary organs. Price 4s. 6d. i'ei bottle. Sold in Paris by J. Eerre(successor to Brou;, i liarnincicn, 102. Jiue Richelieu; in London by WILCOX ui CO., 436, Oxford-street, W., v/ho will tovward it, ,iiage to any town in the United Kingdom on of P.O.O. Also bv all Chemists. 44704 THE OIIEA 7 ADVERTISING MEDIUM EOti AUU1'H WALES, THE M'EST FAMILY NEWSPAPER. THE W E K L M A 1L Regularly Consists of 72 LONCf COLUMNS, Contains a great amount of Original and General Reading Matter, and is one of ■i'HE LARGEST "WEEKLY PAPERS In South Wales or the West of England, is essentia!Ijr the Family Newspaper par excellence in the District in which it Circulates, and is the OKEAT AlEDICM FOR ADVEKTISi^Krf Tiiroughout the Counties of GLAMORGAN, CARMARTHEN, -MONMOUTH, CARDIGAN, BRECON, PEMBROKE. ,JPle CIRCULATION of the WEEKLY MAIL is li'i rj/s of that of any other Weekly Newspaper ) pushed in any of the Counties enumerated above— II which Advertisers will do well to bear in mind. THE "WEEKLY MAIL" 13 PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY AND SATURDAY. And may be had of all Newsagents, PRICE TWOPENCE, Or will be sent to any Address in the United Kingdom One Quarter on receipt of P.OO. for 2s. 9d., and to he Colonies and all parts of Europe and the United btate tor os.«sa. per quarter prepaid. Orders must, be made payable to the Publisher H. MACKENZIE THOMAS, at the Chief Office, Cardiff lo whom any complaints respecting any irregular deli- should be made. estehnmIE: 1HM VQUAUUtClAl 2>APBB FOB WALES ;$alt tm Huniom STACEY-ROAD AND BROADWAY, ROATH; RICH- MOND-ROAD, WOODVILLE-1WAD, AND CAIRNI::5-STHEET, CATHAYS. CARDIFF. MR. J. E. GUISN is instructed to SELL 1.1". bv AUCTION, at the Queen's Hotel, Cardiff, on TUESDAY, the 20th February, 1883, at Seven o'clock in the Evening (subject to such Conditions as shall be then and there produced), the following valuable LEASEHOLD PROPERTIES:— STACEY-ROAD. Lot 1. Ko. 44, Stacey-road, let to Captain Cluetman at £ 26 per annum. Term 99 years, from 25th March, 1873; ground rent £ 3 9s. 6d. Lot 2. No. 91, Stacey-road, together wit,h stable, coach-house, and loft, let (w ithout stable, &c.) to Mr. Claughton at £ 26. Term 99 years, from 20th March, 1880 ground rent £ 5. Lot 3. No. 93, Stacey-road, let to Mr. W. Herring at £ 24 per annum. Term 99 years, from 25th March, 1&80; ground rent £ 4. Lot 4. No. 95, Stacey-road, let to Mr. Webber at £ 24. Term and ground rent same as foregoing lot. Lot 5. No. 97, Stacey-road, let to Mrs. Baker at £ 28. Term and ground rent same as forcgoin lot. BROADWAY. Lot 6. No. 165 Broadway (corner premises). Term 99 years from 22th March, 1 873; ground rent £ 3 18s. 6d. Workshop, Stable, &c., commodious and well-built, adjohiug the above premises; term 99 years from 25th March, 1873, ground rent £ 2 2s. This lot i*Jet to Mr. Trot man, at £ 60 per annum. The vem\or3 rt5erve the right to offer Lot 6 in two lots. lUCHlIiOl\D-ROAD.. Lot 7. Gordon ViHa, let. to Mr. Beynon at £ 33 per annum, Term 99 years from 2nd February, 1875 ground rent £ 2 17s. 6d. Note.-This property will be sold under a power of 8ale in a mortgage cleed. Lot 8. 93, Richmond-road, let to Mr. H. White at £ 35 per annum (hot and cold bath). Term 99 years from 2nd February, 1875; apportioned ground rent £ 5 10s. Lot 9. 95, Richmond-road, let to Mrs. Sparkes at £ 33 per annum (hot and cold bath). Term 99 years from 2nd February, 1875; avportioned ground rent £ 4 4s. W OODVILLE-ROAD. Lot 10. Pembroke Villa, let to Mr. Davies at lIs. per week. Term, 99 yeal's from 2nd February, 1880; ground rent, £ 4 3s. 6d. Lot 11. Suffolk Villa, let at lIs. per week. Term and ground rent same as Ïortgoillg lut. C A11LN S-BTRE ET. Lot 12. No. 118 (connr shup), let to lr. Elkin¡!,t{)n, at 9s. per week. Term, 99 years from 2nd Fe1.Jruary, 1880; ground relit, £ 3 3s. Lilt. 13..No. 116, let to Mr. Cox, at 5s. 6d. per weel" Term, 98 years from 2ud February, 1830; ground rent, £ 2 12s. 6d. For further particulars as to all the lots apply to the Auctioneer, at his Offices, 64, St. Mary-street, Cardiff or to Mr. H. COUSINS, Solicitor, 507G6 76, St. Mary-st reet-, Cardiff. CARDIFF. SALE OF VALUABLE LEASEHOLD PROPERTIES. [\. ¡11'J£:SHS. W. and t3. HERN have been l'f.l. favoured with jntructions to SELL uy PUBLIC Au G liON, ar. Herns' Auction Mart, 72, St. Mary-street, Cardiff, 011 TUESDAY, the27tli day of February, 1803, at Six o'clock ill the Evelling (subject to such COlJditious of Sale as shall be tlieiiaud there produced, and which can be seell at the offices) of the undermeuÜoued solicitor, or at the otlice of the Auctioneers, one week prior to the Sale), the following DESlitABLE DWELLING-HOUSES, In such lots as sllal) be detenniueù on at the time of Sale, namely :— Kos. 38, 40, 45, and 47, UPPER GEORGE-STREET, CATHA Y S, CA UD1FF, Held under two leases for 99 veal's from 2nd February, 175, at annual groumi rents which will be apporlioned by Ule venüors at £ 2 17s. eadl ill respect uf Nos. 36 and 40, and £ 4 Is, 9d. each in respect of Nos. 45 and 47. Nos.25,27,29,45,47,, 53, and 55, WHITCHURCH or UHW YS-ROAD, Cardiff, Held under leases for 99 years from 2nd February, 1875, at annuai ground reuts which wili be appor- Moned by the vendors as follow £ 3 ,15s. each in respect 01' Nos. £ 5, 27, 29, 45, 47, and 49; £ 4 6s. in rcsvect of No. 53; and £ 3 ill respect of No. 55. Two Semi-detached eligillJe VILLA RESIDENCES, Nos. 189 aud 191, Castle-road, {.J"rditf, Held undcr lease for 99 years from 2nd February, 18/4, at an animal ground relit of £ 11 2s ( £ 5 lis. will be apportioned for e*ch house). Nos. 22, 24, 26, 30, 32,34, and 36, HARRIET-STREET, CAT11A Y S, CARD IFF, Held lImler respective leases for 99 years from 29th September, le73. and 29th September, 1880. at annual ground rents 0\ £ 3 4s. 6d. each house. Nos. 14 and 16, ARTHUR-STREET, ROATH, CAR ljIFF, Held under Icase for 99 years from 29th September, 1878, at an annual ground rent of £ 6 18s. (J.) Us. will b apportioned to each house). The pruperties are situated in good and improving positions, and to approved purchasers nearly tne whole ot"the purchase money may remain on mort gage. For further particulars apply to the Auctioneers, at their Offices ur to Mr. TIŒNCHARD, Solicitor, Taunton. Dated, Auction Mart and Estate Offices, 72 and 74, St. Alary-street, Cardiff. February 1st, 1883. 50731 MILFORD HAVEM UoCR^ ANOTHER SALE OF PLANT AND MATERIALS. 8UUPLUS MACHINERY, OLD IRON, WHEELBARROWS AND LOUHn:8, PLANKS AND Ol'H1!:H TIMBER, CRAB WnWÆI AND HAND CRANE, PUMP, LARGE MAH1NB BOLI.Ell, AND WOODEN S t AGES. Also a NEW WHERRY (Outrigged) and SCOOPS, AND SUNDRY OTHER EFFECTS. MR. IiENRY DAVIES is instructed to SELL by AUCTION, by order of the High Sheriff of Pembrokeshire, On the Premises and elsewhere, on WEDNESDAY, tl1e 14th of February, 1883, at Twelve prompt, the Material Above rcfelTed to. Terms—Cash. Haverfordwest, 4th February, 1883. 50765 PEN CLAW DD, NEAli SWANSEA. TO TIN-PLATE MANUFACTURERS, IRON MERCHANTS, AND Ol'HERS. TRIBE, CLARKE and CO, _L will SELL by PUBLIC AUCTION, at the Gower Iron and Tin-plate Works, Penclawdd, near Swansea, on TUESDAY, the 27th day of February, 1833, the STOCKS, STORES, &c., &c., Comprisill 300 ooxes of tin-plates, 34 boxes of terne- plats, 45 tons coke liars, 12 tons shearings, 4J tons palm oil, 8,000 empty boxes, vitriol, 330 tons steel scale, 100 tons purple ore, 250 tons charcoal binders, quantity of 1ire bricks and cLay, 30 tons new castings, 11'26in. new roJls. 4-24in. dilto, 150 tons old castings, wrought scrap iron, 6 tons old lead, screw pins and boxes, 11 cwts. phosphor bronze bearings (new), 10 cwts. old brass, 10 cwts. tallow, 4 tons ferro manganese, 141 galls. Uagosiue oil, It ton hot neck grease, 20cwts. chalk packing, sheet lead, Jead piping, soiled bran, sheep skins, cotton waste, scales and weights, timber, 9 tons 8taffordshire iroll, 10 tons Welsh iron, 6 cwts. double-shear steel, and nUlllerous other lots. Sale to commence at Twe1ve o'clock Noon. There will be No Reserv e. NOTE. Arrangements have been made with the London and North Western Railway Company to run a Special Train from Gower Road to Penclawdd on the a1Tivalof the Ten o'clock train from Swansea. Catalogues are in course of preparation, and can be had on application to the Auctioneers seven days prior to Sale. Dated 11, Temple-street, Swansea, February 7th, 1833. 50769 PRELIMINARY NOTICE. FREEHOLD PROPERTY FOR SAllE. MESSRS. P.EHKlt3 and JAMES are instructed by Mrs. Hannah Thomas to SELL li.Y, PUliMC AUCTION, on WEDNE8DAY, the 21st day 01 February, 1883, all that FREEHOLD PUBLIC-HOUSE, called ARMS, lon.stfilch, near Swansea, With FIVE .ME8SUAGS anù auout 7 Acres of BUILDING LAND. Thh Property is situate close to several collieries, and th Auctioneers be to draw the attention of eapi- tahsts and others to this as a safe and profitable invest- mellt. For further particulars apply to the Auctioneers, at Sketty, and 69, Oxford-street., Swansea; or to Mr. J. Aeron Thomas, Solicitor, 18, York-place, Swansea. 50686 BRISTOL HORSE IŒPOSITORY. 1\/g R. I. B. JONES begs to announce that J-V-JL Ill,s N"EXT large select STUD SALE of a number of HORSES WiI1 take place on THURSDAY, Feb. 15, comprising lillllters of known character, Hack, Haruess Horses, Colis, and Ponies. Noblemen and gentlemen having horses to dispose of are partICularly requested to forward full d0scriptions as early as possl0I: III order t,hat due publicity may be given m advertisements and gooJ stalls secured. Sale to eOlUmeuce at Half-past Twelve punctually. 5061 1". B. JONBö, Proprietor. TONYPANDY, RiiONDiJA VAŒEY rjpo Dr; SOLD by PRIVATE üüNTHACT B all those two substantial and well-built IHVELLlNH-HOUSE8 AND SHOPS, being Nos. 12 aud 13, situate in Dunraven-street, Tony- panuy, in the oe8upatiou of Miss Wat,kins, Draper, au.1 Mr. John Lloyd, Wholesale aud Retail Boot and Shoe Manufactory. Proùucing Ilnnually £ 52. Held under lease for the uncxjJired term of 82 years 01' thereabouts, and contain- ing 690 yards, at the Jow annual ground reut of £ z L 7s. 6d. Apply to MOSES CULE, Auctioneer, l'entœbach, Pontypridd. 50657 TO DRAPERS^ FOR SA LP], by TENDER, the GENERAL JJHA":EHY SbTOCK-lN-TRADE of Mr. Evan j^vans, of High-street, Haverfordwest, amounting at cost price to £ ;U3 lis. 2d. Full particulars und al Ausract of the Stúck Book may he olitaulIod Oil apphcation to Messrs. EATuN. E VANS, aud WILLIAMS, Solicit,ur!Í, 50700 i; >• rtftttrfordwest. CHELTENHAM'. r |X) be SOLDbygt.UVA'1'1 TREATY, de- Jj light-fully situ;.tIf, in oue of the l11P!!1' elevated and' best poslllOllS Ill Jle. ubllrb of the teiionable tOWll of Cheltenham, and commalldiug channiu views of the Uotwold Hills, TlllliLESTAINE HALT" An admirably-built 1lallsion, covering, wit its Pleasure Grounds ami Garden, an encloeù area of upwards of Seven Acres. The Mansion, suite tor the residence of a nobleman 01' gentleman, couiains on the Uround PlOor, outer and illner hall an six reception aud other rooms of nollle dimensions, with cloak-room, &c.; on the Secund Floor, twelve priucipal aud secondary bed- rooms, besides bath-rooms, &c.; and the Domestic Offices are unusually complete and commodious. The Stabling illelllde six loose boxes, carriage-room for tOllr carriages, roomy Coachman's Lodge, &c. The Pleasure Grounds and Gardens are charmingly luid out, and con- t,tilllawu tennis and croquet grounds, summer houses, vineries, orchid and melon houses, peach house, poLtiwr shed, ic., with Gardener's Cottage. The Soil is g a velly the Drainage and Sanitary arrangements perfect, anti tiJere is all ample supply of hard and solt water. For further particulars and orders to view apply to HUlIIpiLris "ud Co., hstate and House Agents, Pro- menade, Cheltenham. 506ciG TJTor SALE, where-they^ now standTa B superior, compact COMPOUND STEAM ENGINE, Cylinders llin. and 22in. diameter; 42in. stroke. Will stalld in a room 13ft. square, is very economlcalln con- sumption of fuel; has driveu fOllr pairs of 4ft. IUu. mill stones, griuding Indian corn. And an excelleu BREAST WATEK-WHEEL, 19ft. by 7ft., iron shaft, shrouds and buckets oak arms and large inverted segments. Parties about erecting an engine or water-wheel will find th8 above worth attention, tbey bell1g removed solely to make room for more powerful engines, alld will be sold cheap. Apply to STEPHENSON HBOS., Fairbrook, Kilmeaden, Waterford. Januarv,1883. KiluwaJen Hailway Station is six miles from.Waterford. Freights low to Welsh ports.. SUIR VALLEY SAW .I MILLS. Colliery Proprietors, Wagon Builders, Wh6elwrights, Sec., supplied with TIMBER of all descriptions at lowest prices, by water or rail. CARDIFF OFFICE :— ROTUNDA BVILDŒGS. ST, 1I&:ÂRY-BTREET. ü29S public Satires* AMO R G A N S II IRE.; I X The following M9.gistrate3 and Gentlemen were 15;;i1'oHsernt.ors of the undermentioned Fishery Districts:— CARMARTHEN BAY FISHERY. Samuel Sharp Horman Horman-Fisher, Esq. Benjamin .Tones, Esq. John Talbot Dillwyn Llewelyn, Esq. OGMORE FISHERY. The Marquess of Bute. I Rev. Charles Rumsey The Earl of Dunraven. ) Knight. John Wliitlock Stradling William Llewellyn, Esq. Carne, Esq. Robert Rickards, Esq. Stephen Collier, Esq. Colonel Romilly. Charles Price Davies, Esq. Francis Edmund Stacey, Lieut.-Col. Charles Richard Esq. Franklen. Lieut.-Col. Thomas Picton Birt St. Albyn Jenner, Esq. I Turbervill. Oliver Henry Jones, Esq. | RHYMNEY FISHERY. Ron. Colonel Frederick Courtenay i\10rgan. George William Griffith Thomas, Es Colonel Charles K. Kemeys Tynte. TAFF AND ELY FISHERY. Lord Windsor. Robert Forrest, Esq. Thomas William Booker, Henry Lewis, Esq. Esq. Robert FraHcis Lascelles James Brogden, Esq. Jenner. Esq. Hon. Henry lJampten Robert Rickards, Esq. Bruee. I Sir Jos ph Layton Elmes WilliamGeorgeCartwright, Spearman, Bart. Esq. Hiehard Evans Spencer, George Thomas Clark,Esq. Esq. John Stuart Corbctt, Esq. George William Griffith Francis Richard Crawshay, 1'homas, Bsq. Esq. George Montgomery Tra- Edward David, Esq. heme, Esq. Hichani Charles Graham I Lieut.-Col. Thomas Picton Dorn ford, E sq. Turbervill Richard Edwarus, Esq. Gwilym Williams, Esq. Franklen George Evans, Rev. David Watkin Wil- Esq. lianis T. MANSEL FRANKLEN, Clerk of the Peace. 36uíIbing ¿$ncittÍts, &r. ^ILAMORGAN BUILDING SOCIETY. ESTABLISHED 1867. IMPORTANT TO BORROWERS. GREAT REDUCTION OF FEES. Increased Facilities for Acquiring Property. Shars £30 each. Repayment 2s. 6d. per Fortnight. LIBERAL ADVANCES to Working Men and others buying Houses for their own occupation: DEPOSITS RECEIVED DAILY. For particulars apply to Mr. R. EMER Y, 20, QUEEN-STREET. CARDIFF. 45305 ipuiilirations* Q ARDIFF fJiIPE rjlABLES AXD A L M A N A C K, 1880. 310 Pages, Crown 8vo. SECOND YEAR OF PUBLICATION. PRICE oh SHILLING. The" Cardiff Tide 'fables and Almanack" is now issued, aml may lJe had at all Bouksellers, 01' from the Publishers, Messrs. DANIBL OWEN Co. The Cardiff Tide lables" for 1883 contain a Calendar showing the Height of the Tides throughout the Year at the Bute and Penartli Docks Time of High Water, Moon's Changes, and other Astronomical anI). General Information. The "Cardiff Tide Tables and Afmanaok" contains a variety of Local awl General Information relating to the Mining, Commercial, and -Mercantile interests of the Town, Port, and District, together with Statistics showing the progress made by, and present condition of, the varied industries. The Cardiff Tide Tables furnishes an Official List of the Harbour and Dock Dues, Rates and Tolls, Waiehouse Rents, &e., payaule at the illite and Penarth Docks. The pulJlieation contains a large allli specially pre- pared Map of the Town and Ducks, a Mnp of t ile South Wales Coalfield, Plans of the priJleipal üraving Docks, aud a well executed Map showing the Municipal Boundaries of the Borough of Card,fr. The Cardiff Tide Tables and Almanack"is handsomely bound in cloth, and is unquestionably the must com- plete and the cheapest hauubook of ttie kind published ill the United Kingdom. Western Mail Buildings, Dec. 28,1882. NOW READY-FEBRUARY PART. rji H E E D R A G 0 Is THE NATIONAL MAGAZINE FOR WALES. MAY BE OBTAINED OF MESSRS. DANIEL OWEN AND CO. PRINTERS AND PUBLISHERS, CARDIFF, AND OF ALL BOOKSELLEJiS AND NEWSAGENTS pOOR MAN'S FRIEND This valuable Ointment (as originally prepared by G. L. liOBER'l'S, M.D.) is confidently recommended to the Public as an DR. ROBERTS'S unfailing remedy for Wounds of nivmnnkT'o every description—Scalds, Chil OIJN 1-MiiitN 1. blains, Scorbutic Eruption*, Burns, Sore and Inflamed Eye &c. Sold in Pots at, Is. (d., 2s. 9d., 11s., and 22s. each, by all respectable Chemists. N.B.—See Pamphlet, with Testimonials, forwarded post free. PILUL-E ATISCROPIIUIIE, OR AkTE- -L RATIVE PILLS. Proved by Sixty years' successful experience to be one of the best luediciues ever compounded lor purifying the Wood and assisting nature in aU her operations DR. ROBERTS S They are useful in Scrofula, fccor- „ butic Complaints, Glandular 1 IEEo. Swellings, particularly those of the Neck, &0. They form a mild and superior Family Ape- rient-, that may be taken at all times without confinement 01' dlange of diet. Sold in Boxes at Is. Ed, 2s. 9d., 4s. 9d., lis., and 22s. each. Sold by the Proprietors, BEACH and BAHNi- COTT, at their Dispensary, Bridport; and by all respectable Medicine Vendors in the United Kingdom aua the Colonies. g TAN D ARD REMEDIES. Look for Trade Mark—"Drowning Man seizing Life Buoy on each Label. KEALL'S TONIC AND NEUKALGIC MIXTURE. Certain and Speed v Cure for NEURALGIA, NERVOUS HEADACHE, RHEUMS, TIC DOLEREUX, &c., Is. ld., 2s. 9d., and 4s. 6d. per Bottle. KEALL'S HERB BITTERS. Cure for General Weakness, Loss of Appetite, Nervous Debility, Impaired Digestion, &c., 2s. yd., 4s. 6d.,and lis. per Bottle. KEALL'S NIPPLE LINDIEXT. SpeciOc for Chapped and Sore Nipples. íUI., Is. 11d., 2s. 9d. per Bott le. KEALL'S AMERICAN MANDRAKE PILLS. The Greatest Blood Purifier of the Age. Is. 2s. 9d., and 4s. 6d. per Box. PROPRIETOR F. P. KEALL 199, II I CrH-STREET, SWANSEA. Coleman, Cardiff; Young, Newport; Hayman, NeMh; Evans, Cardigan Steel and Marsh, Bath; Newberv and Son, London. 50131 A CERTAIN CURE FOR THE NERVOUS AND DEBILITATED. CG RATIS, a MEDICAL WORK showing sufferers how they may be cured and recover Health and Vitality, wit,llOut the aid of QU8;:ks, with Hecipes for Purifying the Blood and reuioring Skin Affections. Also Chapters on Happy Marriages: When and Whom to Marry the Temperaments; Stammering; Vital Force; How Wasted aud How Preserved; Gal- vanic Appliances; and the Wonders of the Microscope. in Detecting Various Complaints. Post-free lor two I stamps.—Address, Secretary of Anatomy, Birmingham A PHYSICIAN'S GIFT.—A NEW 11.. WORK ON NERVOUS DEBILITY AND FUNCTIONAL DERANGJSMEST.—This little work; bonveys a graphic description of the Cause and Cure of NERVOUS DEBILITY, indigestion, Palpitation, Loss of Brain Power, Memory, All who, from various causes, are depressed ill- spirits, shaken in nerves, or weakened in frame, will lind it a treasure. Post free, Two 7, Tavistock-street, Bedford- square, London. I Just Published, Post Free, Two Stamps A TREATISE ON NERVOL'S DEBT- MTY, and the Diseases induced by it, with a Sure Method of Cure.—Address Dr. J. Hamilton, 81, Oxford-street, London. DISEASES OF THE HAIR AND SCALP. Mr. HADDINOTE CHUBB (of the Hospital St. Louis, Paris), may be consulted personally, or by letter, at his residence, 26, New Cavenuish-street, Lou- don, W., between the hours of 10 and 12 a.m., and 2, and 4 p.m. daily. Premature Baldness, greyness, &e. specially treated. THE GREAT BLOOD PURIFIER.— JL 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 1101. lie 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 of all kinds, In Sold by all Chemists, or from the Burdock Pill Manufactory, 44, Oxford street, Swansea. 3400c HAVE IT IN YOUK HOUSES, JL-JL and follow the advice of the eminent Doctors Prout, Stevens, Morgan, Turley, Dowsing, Gibbon, Sparks, &e., who have borne unqualified testimony to I the value of LAMPLOUCtH'S PYRETIC SALINE. JLJ It gives instant relief in headache, sea or bilious sickness, constipation, heartburn, scarlet and other fevers, smallpox, measles, eruptive and skin complaints. ] Use no substitute. H. LAMPLOUGH. 113. Hoi born, London. 42026 j I DANIEL OWEN & ABC, RAILWAY TIME TABLES, the only one pub- lished in Wales, price Id 2s. per annum free by post. St. Mary-street, CardiS. ^ufclir 9mudemtnt& | rj^HEATRE ROYAL, CARDIFF. LESSKK AND MANAGER MR. EDWARD FLETCHER. AOTINO AND STAGE MANAGER .MR. JOHN SHERIDAX. TO-NIGHT (FRIDAY), Feb. 9, LAST NIGHT OF THE PANTOMIME, FOR THE BENEFIT OF MISS BLANCHE STEELE, DICK WHITTINGTON AND HIS CAT. SATURDAY, Feb. 10, GRAND SPECIAL NIGHT. PEE P 0' DAY BOYS. VARIED ENTERTAINMENT. DUMB MAN OF MANCHESTER. MONDAY, Feb. 12th. SIX NIGHTS ONLY, D'Oyly Carte's Famous London Company in the New Comic Opera, IOLANTHE; OR, THE PEER AND THE PERI. FIFTY TALENTED ABTISTES. FULL AND EFFICIENT CHORUS. SPLENDID AND APPROPRIATE ACCESSORIES. GRAND ILLUMINATED DAY PERFORMANCE, SATURDAY, Feb. 17. at Two o'clock. Box pbn at Messrs. Thompson and Shackeli's. .J OHNSTON, MILES, AND CO., CARDIFF, I M P 0 I TERS OF AMERICAN AND CANADIAN PRODUCE, ARE OFFERING FOR SALE EX WAREHOUSE, JUST LANDED FROM Steamships City of Richmond. Kansas, City of Paris, and Mississippi, SHIPMENTS OF FRE-JI-MA.DE MEDIUM CHE E S E ALSO MORRTSBURG & WESTERN ONTARIO BUT TERS, IN FIRKINS AND TUBS. MACKIE'S AND CANADIAN PACKING CO.'S <J U M B E R L A N D CUT; AND CANADIAN PACKING CO.'S STAFFORD CUT HAMS. (J H 0 ICE FLOWER SEEDS IN PENNY PACKETS. A splendid assortment of the most showy, popular, and beautiful varieties, including 1Înest Double German Astsr and Ten-week Stock, Scarlet Limun, Phlox Drum- inondi, Double Zinnia, Mignonette, Pansy, Sweet Peas, Nemophila insignia, Calliopsis, Dwarf Nasturtium, Clarkia, &<•. 100 Packets, in 100 Choice Varieties, post free. 8s. Od. 50 „ 60 „ „ „ 4s. 2d. 25 25 „ „ „ 2s. 2d. Each Packet contains sufficient Seed for making two or three nice patches. Excellent for distribution amongst cottagers or chilerat). All the varieties are easy of culli- vation. Full instructions for cultivation sent with each order. BEAUTIFULLY ILLUSTRATED CATALOGUES FREE TO CUSTOMERS. A N I E L S BROS., .<D THIS QUEEN'S SEEDSMEN, NORWICH. RELIEF FROM COUGH IN TEN MINUTES. HAYMAN'S BALSAM OF HORE- 1.-= HOUND. the mest certain and speedy remedy for Àsthma,Conslllnption, BroncJ¡itis,Couj!,hs, Influenza, Difficult Breathing, Spitting of Blood, Whooping Cough, Hoarseness, Lots of Voice, &c. It gives instan- taneous relief and rapidly effects a cure. IT HAS A MOST PLEASANT TASTE. Testimonials aTe unnecessary, as there is scarcely a family in South Wales which has not proved its eltieacy. IN THE NURSERY It is invaluable, a children are fond of it and take it eagerly. Immediately it is takeu coughing ceases, rest- ltSlIe5s is gone, and refreshing Bleep ensues. No lady who has once tried it would ever afterwards be with- øut it,. Prepared only hy A. II A Y M" A N, CHEMIST, NEATH, And Sold by all Chemists.—Price la. lAd. and 2s. 9d. per Bottle. -^PjglgjgWHEN YOU ASK £ -.1 FOR RE C K I T T S ASÜSEDINrHE I PARIS LAUNDRY [BLUE, OF THE PRINCE OF WALES J seeGtETaITyou AS BAD QUALITIES ARE OFTEN SUBSTITUTED rjl H E RED DRAGON, I. JLJ' 1" PAINE, BILL POSTER, DISTRI- JLTX. BUTOR, &O„ 23, CARDIFF-STREET, ABERDARE (Late Tem- perance Hotel), Begs to inform the Public generally that he RENTS some of the LARGEST BILL POSTING STATIONS in South Wales, and is ready to receive Orders for Posting, &c., in .tberdare, Aberaman, Hirwain, and allelltlying "■ -Tobacco, Cigars, and Refreshments may be had at, any time at the above Premises, and good Accommo- datum for Travellers, &c. GLAZED MANILLA CARTRIDGE LABELS IN GREAT DEMAND. These LaMs arf considerably Cheaper than Cloth ones, are mell linished, possess the merit of being easy to write upon and being made from Vegetable Fibre specially tor. Labels, can be recommended as a tough aiticle that will staudauaverageainount of damp. DANIEL OWEN AND CO., STEAM PRINTING WORKS, CARDIFF, MAKERS OF LUGGAGE LABELS, DIRECTION LABELS, SAMPLE LABELS, CLOTH LABELS, PARCHMENT LABELS, Labels of all kinds, to Pattern or Order, Printed or Plain, at the above Works. 216t>9 TACKLE'S ANTIBILIOUS PILLS, FREE FROM MERCURY. COCKLE'S AN TIBILTOUS PILl .S, FOR LITER. WOCKLE'S ANTIBILIOUS PILLS, FOIt BILE. /COCKLE'S ANTIBILIOUS PILLS, ) FOR INDIGESTION. ANTIBILIOUS PILLS, J FOR HEARTBURN. PILLS, 32941 FOR SICK HEADACHES' A FACT WORTH KNOWING. BEECHASs PILLS Are admitted by thousands to be worth above a GUINEA A BOX for bilious and nervous disorders, such as wind and pain in the stomach, sick headache, giddiness, ful ness and swelling after meals, dizziness and drowsiness, cold chills, flushings of heat, loss of appetite, shortness of breath, costiveness, scurvy, blotches on the skin, dis- turbed leep, frightful dreams, and aU nervous and trembling sensations, &c. The first dose will give relief in twenty minutes. This is no fiction, for they have done it in thousands ot cases. The Proprietor of these Pills having obtained (at. great expense) a patent for them, he challenges the whole world to produce a medicine equal to them, lor removing the above com- plaints, and restoring the patient to sound and lasting health. Every sufferer is earnestly invited to try one box of these Pills, and they will be acknowledged to be WORTH A GUINEA A BOX. For females of all ages these Pills are invaluable, as a few doses of them carry off all gross humours, open all obstructions, and bring about all that is required. No female should be without them. There is no medicine to be found to equal BEECHAM'S PILLS for removing] any obstruction or irregularity of the system. If taken iceording to the directions given with each box, they] will Soon restore females of alll\j(es to sound and robust bealth. For weak stomach, impaired digestion, and all dis orders of the liver, they act like MAGIC." and a, few cipses will lie fouiul GO work wonders ulJOn the 1nost importauL. rgans in the human machine. They strengthen the whole muscular system, restore the long lost complexion, bring back the keen edge of ippetite, and arouse into action with the ROSEBUD of health the whole physical energy of the human frame. These are" FACTS a.dmitt.ed by thousands, embracing ill classes of society, and one of the best guarantees to the nervous and debilitated is, BEECHAM'S PILLS have the largest sale of any patent medicine in the world BEECHAM'S MAGIC COUGH PILLS. As a remedy for Coughs in general, astinna, difficulty 3f breathing, shorwess of breath, tightness and op* pression of the chest, wheezing, &c., tliese Pills stand atirivailed. They speedily remove that sense of depres- sion and difficulty of breathing which nightly deprive the patient of rest. Let any person give BEECHAM'S 30UGH PILLS a trial, and the most violent cough will in a short time be removed. CAUTION.—The public are requested to notice that Ae words BEECHAM'S PILLS, St. Helen's," are on Government Stamp affixed to each box of the Pills. [f not on, they are a forgery. Prepared only, and sold wholesale and retail, by the proprietor, T. Beecham, Chemist, St. Helen's, Lanca- ihire, in boxes at Is. and 2s. 9d. each. Sent post :'ree from the proprietor for 15 or 36 stamps.-Sold by ill Druggists and Patent Medicine Vendors in Wales. N.B.Ful1 directions are (fiven with each box. 650 rl "H WESTERN MAIL, I X mJil COMMNBCLME. FATNR FOB WALES ( Ctti) uratirinaI. RATHMORE, CLIFTON.—Education for Gentlemen's Daughters. Principal-Mrs. KINCHIN, Assisted by Eminent, Professors and CerWicated English (Higher Women's, Cambridge) and Foreign Govérnesses. Pupils success- fully prepared for Local Examinations. Highest re- ferences. The FIRST TERM of 1883 COMMENCED January 22nd. 6986c T. CATHERINE'S, PARK-PLACE^ o C. A FIRST-CLASS SCHOOL FOR GIRLS. TERMS during 1883— First—January 19 to April 18. Second—May 2 to July 31. Third-SciJkmber i8 to December 22. Fees for English Languages, Mathematics, S¡>ience, Class Singing, Drawing, Calisthenics, and use of Books, from £ 4 9s. to £ 5 15s. per term. Boarders received. 50022 CHEPSTOW GRAMMAR SCHOOL (Established 1871). PRINCIPAL GEORGE DEWDNEY, B.A., F.II.G.S SECOND MASTER HARRY DEWDNEY, B.A. FREXCH MASTER (Resident): Mons. CHAMPAGNE. CLASSICS, SCIENCE, AN'D JifODERN LANGUAGES. ^JERTHYR tyi&TL COLLEGE. HEAD MASTER: T. FAV^JETT, ESQ., M.A. (Formerly Scholar and Exhibitioner of Trinity Hall, Camuri4ge)., A High-class Education at a moderate cost- Specialprepar¡¡tion for th. Universities, Profession3, and Commercial Life. Splendid Premises, surrounded by a Park of 60 acres, with a Playground of live acres. There are now 120 Boys attending the School, 40 *f whom are boarders. Strictly inclusive fees, from 36 Guineas per annum. Prospectuses jn application r the Head Master or the Secretary The TERM COMMENCED on TUESDAY, January 16. GLOUCESTER. (1RYPT GRAMMAR SCHOOL J (RE-CONSTITUTED BY THE CHARITY COMMISSIONERS, 108a). The Head Master receives a limited number of Boarders on moderate terms. For Prospectus, with details of Scholarships and Exhi bitions, apply to the Rev. the Head Master. EREFORD LADlESr COLLEGE COMPANY (LIMITED). ESTABLISHED 1860. This Institution has been founded for the purpose of giving a sound Education at a Moderate Cost. The county of Hereford is celebrated for its salubrity, and excelltmt masters tor accomplishments are engaged. FEES. Boarders under 12 years of age 2b guineas per annum. Boarders above 12 .30 •> The TERM COMMENCED TUESDAY, January 23rd. For prospectuses apply to Mrs. JACOB, the Lady Principal, llerdord, or to the Secretary, Mr. Edward Maddison, Ledbury. 5373 HIGH CLASS EDUCATION JLJL FOR SONS OF GENTLEMEN. BRIGHTON HOUSE SCHOOL (BRIGHTON HOUSE, ^BRIGHTON LODGE. BRIGHTON COTTAGE), REDLAND PARK, BRISTOL, The next Term will Comiueuce on January 19, at Two o'clock. Possession of lajrge .Additionall'1't'lIlises will shortly be obtained. Large Staff of English and Foreign Masters. One hundred Pupils (40 boarders). Preparation Classes for the Universities, Army, Navy, Civil Service, Law, Pre- liminary Medical, Oxford and Cambridge Locals, College of Preceptors, anu other Examinations. Fifty snceesses last year in Public Examinations. Terms Moderate and Inclusive. Pupils can enter at any time at a propor- tiolJate rate. 8pecl<d arrangements for the Bona of Clergymen. The Course of Study includesLatin, Greek, French, German, Mathematics, Religious Knowledge, Writing, Book-keeping, History, Geography, English Language, Literature, aad. Composition; tbe MICro- scoe, Chemistry, Electric,tv, atH1 other Sciences IIl- strumental Music, Singing, Theory of Music; Drawing (all styles); Shorthand Gymnastics, Swimming,&c. There are Four Departments, including a preparatory School. The School is situated close to the Downs, and within five minutes' walls- of Clifton Down Railway Station. Large schoolrooms, good bedrooms, playroom, play- ground, gymnasium. Workshop, separate house as sanatorium, bathroom, separate beds, and all modern appliances. Prospectuses, Lists of 100 Referees, Examination Successes, and Full Particulars on application to the principal, Mr. CHARLES BIGG. L UCTO SCHOOL, HEREFORDSHIRE. A PUBLIC ENDOWED SCHOOL. REVENUE £1,800 A Head-Master—W._ IRELAND, M.A. (Trin. Coil. Cam.), Graduate in Honours in Mathematics, Classics, and Theology. Second Master—H. J. FAULKNER, B.A. (London), And an efficient Stall of Assistant Masters. The School Year is divided into three equal terms. STKICTLi' IXcLuslvn; FEKS (PAYABLU. IX ALIVANCK) FOR BOARDERS ENTERING UNDER TWELVE, A TERM. FOR BOARDERS ENTERING OVER TWELVE, £10 A TERM. The Endowment enables the Governors to proviùe noard and Education of a class otherwise impossible at the fees charged. There are Entrance and other Scholar- ships. The situation is particularly health.r.3nd the Grounds (over twelve acres) include Cricket Fidd, Fives Courts, Gardens, .xc. Prospectus 011 application to the Heaa-Master. The rapid progress of the School since its reorganisa- tion (April, ifc>8>,), has compelled the Governors to pro- vide additional accommodation. 5023 gTONE JARS AND JgOTTLES, For WINES, SPIRITS, BEER, ALE6 and STOUT. J. AND C. PRICE AND BROTHERS' POTTERIES, 69, VICTORIA-STREET, BRISTOL. ESTABLISHED NEARLY CENTURIES. Manufacturers of the well-known BRISTOL STONE- WARE. Clean, Non-Absorbent. Warranted proof against action of the strongest acids in any climate. Jarsspecially serviceable for VINEGAR, OILS, INK, &c. PICKLES, JAMS, and all PRESERVES. STONE CASKS and WATER FILTERS in great variety. Prize Medals Paris. Philadelphia, and Sydney. Illustrated Price Lists on application. "49267 rjlIMOTHY JJONOVAN, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL SALT AND SCOURING BRICK MERCHANT, DEALER IN CEMENT AND PLASTER OF PARIS, UMBER, OCHRE, AND COLOURS, 34, THE HAYES, CARDIFF. FINE SALT, BAY SALT, AGRICULTURAL SALT. CHALK, STONE, AND WHITING Delivered at either of the Railway Stations in Cardiff. MARINE TOHE DEALER. Highest Price Given ior Horse Hides. WASTE PAPER AND BO'lU'LES BOUGHT. Trucks on Hire. OLD PAPERS AND PARCHMENTS. WASTE DEPARTMENT. CHAS, F. JEFFEMESarid SONS (WHOLESALE ST ATI ON E R W, EEDCLIFF-STBEET, Bristol), are prepared to give a very Iligh Price for any sort of OLD PAPERS, for Keuiatiufacture into paper. L'pjn receipt of instructions sent to "Waste De- partment," Bags will be forwarded. Their present. J'ruys will he found much in excess of that usually given by the Dealers and others. mo riCTURE FRAME MAKERS AND i DECORATORS.—Cheapest House in London for English and Foreign Picture frame and Room Mould- ings, all the newest designs; largest Stock in England. Veneered and Fancy Wood Mouldings, &c. Picture Frames of every description. Oleographs, &c. Further reduction in prices. Wholesale Carver and Gilder. Every requisite for the Trade and Exportation. Speeial atte/ition to country orders. Full particulars in New Pattern Book anil Catalogue, now "early for three penny stamps.—H. MORELL, 18, Ureat St. Andrew-street, Bloomsbury, Lond, '11. NERVOUS and PHYSICAL DEBILITY. —A Gentleman, having tried in vain every aavertised remedy, has discovered a simple means ôf self-cure. He will be happy to forward the particulars to any sufferer on receipt of a stamped and directed envelope.—Address Mr. J. T. Sewell, Brook Villa, Ham- mersmith, London. BILL POSTING.—pjiillip r..TAMES TREORKY, having taken to the Business of Mr Alfred J. Jones (late of Treorky), as BILL POSTER and Rhondda Valley Crier, trusts that by strict attention to business and fair prices, he iU llkrit the support alld patronage of all. Rents all the Principal Posting Stations in the Rhondda Valley* KERNICK'S VEGETABLE WORM JLY. LOZENGES.—These Lozenges are the most dlieacious remedy ever introduced for WORMS. Being innocent in their character, they may be taken hy hildren of all degrees and conditions with perfect safety. They are most useful for children of delicate stomachs and pale com- plexion, as they strengthen the system hy giving a/1 ippetite. If Mothers only knew the value of these Lozenges, no family would be without, a Box. Sold by most respectable Chemists, 111 7jd. and Is. ljd. Boxes. The above celebrated Medicines are sold Wholesale by \nv London or Provincial Wholesale house. or direct (If Ght; Sole Proprietors, KERNICKand SON, Cardiff. KERNICK'S VEGETABLE PILLS.— JL\. If you suffer from Headaches, Bilious Com- plaints, Indigestion, Costiveness, Rheulllatism. or Tic- Doloreux, try KERNICK'S VEGETABLE PILLS, rhe)" are easy to swallow, he1ug very small; require no onlinement indoors, strengthen the system, and ha 1°C been tried by thousands, who pronounce thenl to be the best Medicine in the World. Testimonial from J. Balbirnie, Esq., M.A., M.D., Lecturer on "Physiology," author of "A Treatise on the Turkish Bath," Ac. i hanl examined the Pills known as Kernick's Vegetable Pills.' 1 certify their composition to be purely Vegetable I have also tried their efil,.t, and onsider them one oi the best Aperient Pills for ConsU, pated Habits that I know oî. (Signed) "JuHX BALBIRNIK, M.A., M.D." Thousands of other testimonials equally gratifying might be published. KERNICK'S PILLS give energy to the system, need no special rules with regard to diet, ind are universally declared to be the best medicine of the kind ever discovered. Sold in Boxes at 2s. 9d., ls. ljd., and 7jd. each, by most respectable Chemists ind Druggists in England and the Colonies, with direc- tions for restoring and preserving health. THE WEEKLY MAIL, JL BEST ADVERTISING MEDIUM Inguranrt (!COl11panits, &t. A C C I N T Sill NO MA IS SAFE FROM ACCIDENTS ■ WISE. ME INSURE AGAINST THEIR COST! ACCIDENTS BY LAND OR WATER Insured against, by the RAILWAY PA.88EG.EnS ASSURANCE COMPANY. The oldest and largest Compaüy insuring against Accidents f all kinds, SUBSCRIBED CAPITAL, £ 1,000,600. • P.llD-UP CAPltAL AND RESERVE, £ 250,000. Moderate l'remiums. Bonus allewed to insurers after five years. £ 1,840,000 HAS BEEN PAID AS COMPE.NS.ATIOK. Apply to the Clerks lit the Railway Stations, the Local Agents, Or, 8, GRAND HOTEL BUILDINGS, CHARING CROSS, LONDON, or Rt the HEAD OFFICES, 64, COKNHILL, LONDON. WILLIAM J. VIAN, Secretary. Agent for CudiK-Mr. W. Willans, 11, Henry-street, Døeks. ARINE AND GENERAL MUTUAL LIFE ASSURANCE SOCIETY, i4, LEADENHALL-STREKT, LONDON, E.C. DlKKCTOltS. HENRY BAYLEY, Esq., CHAIRMAN, Managing Director of the Pellillsuhw and Oriental Ste.tlll Navigation Company. Captain SHUTTLEWORTH, DKPUTY-CHAIRM AX, Elder Biother of the Trinity House. X. B. Acworth. Esq., Director of tl1e Madras Railway Company. The Right lIon. Hugh C. E. Childers, LP. j(obert, Temple Frere, Esq" President of the West Flallders Hailwav Company. Thomas Sutherland, Esq., Chairman of the Peninsular anti Oriental Steam Navigation Company. Joseph Heruert Tritton, Esq., Chairman of the General team Navigatiun Company. Thomas Robert Tuffnell, Esq., Deputy-Chairman of the Royall\1ail Steam Packet Company. 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BILLIARD BALLS, CLOTHS, CUES, TIPS, and all other Billiard llequisites at liENNIG BROS.' Ivory Wurks, 11, High-street, Lon- dQn, W.C. Old Balls adjusted or exchanged, and Tables l'e-cllshioned and re-covered. Price Lists, Cloth and Cushion Rubber Samples post free. Established 1862. I I ESTABLISHED 1852. pALlVIEH AND CO.'S UNDERTAKING AND FUNERAL FUR- N18HHiG ESTABLISHMENT, 10, FIt E D ERICK -STREET, CARDIFF. P. and Co. beg to inform thdr patrons and 1 II public generally \.h:.tt, the above business will ill future be carried on under the. title of Palmer and Co., and trust they may by un- remitting attention and eeonemy merit the same patronage which was extended far 23 veal's to the Itc Mr. John Palmer. o Charges equally as low as the advertised urices of ..tlu:1' firms. e20 I STAltCll. 8 <: >Č03 o ifl 2 .0:<1. -=¡:or-01; S'iTI:rr.B"S STARC1L ,5 = g S £ gTIFFS STARCH. ||||I|lo?g QTIFF'S STARCH.! jse f§|ri|ag| S.'1TU'F'S STARCH,: § H.Q¡¡:¡' H 3 CI TIFF'S STARCH. rJj^^ 'g J § 5 'AS]., E; §3 CJTIFF'S STARCH.! « 3 S g S DR. POSITIVE HEl\fEDIES, GRATIS, by Post, on receipt of Two Stamps to pay postage. rrIlE BOOK OF POSITIVE REMEDIES. JL 11' IS THE BOOK OF POSITIVE MEDICINE FOR THE CU HFJ OF ALL DISEASES. These POSITI VE REMEDIES were used for Thirty Years by a Retired Physician when in Practice. They are now patented, and the NAMES GIVEN IN ENGLISH to enable Invalids to Select the Remedy proper fur the disease, and Cure themselves. Everyone should possess a copy of this BOOK OF POSITIVE Inj\oŒDlES. Sent direct from the Publishers, H. SMITH and CO., 26, Southampton-row, London, W.C. PENNYROYAL aud STEEL 1 P LLLS for FEMALES quickly correct all irregu- ladLes awl relieye the distressing 8YWptomS so preva- lent with the sex. Boxes Is. 2jd. and 2s. 9d., of all chemists. Sent anywhere upon receipt of stamps by tne Maker, E. T. Chemist, Nottingham. 22k YOn THE BLOOD IS THE LIFE. ,YOHLD-FAIED BLOOD MIXTURE. THE GREAT BLOOD PURIFIER AND RESTORER. For dedusiug and cleariug the blood from all impuri- ties, cannot be too highly recommended. For Scrofula, Scurvy, Skin Diseases, and Sores of aU kinds, it is a never-failing and permanent cure. It Cures old Sores. Cures Ulcerated Sores 011 the Neck, Cuses Ulcerated 80re Legs, Cures Blackheads, or Pimples 011 the Face, Cures Scurvy Sores, Cures CancerOllS Ulcers, Cun's mood and 8kiu Diseases, Curt's Glandlllar Swellings, Clears the mood from all Impure Matter From whatever cause arising. As this Mixture is pleasant to the taste, alld war- ranted free from anything injurious to the most delicate constitution of either sex, the Proprietor solicits sufferers to give it, a trial to test its value. Thousands of 1 estÍlllonials fmm aJl parts. North-street, Audenshaw, near Manchester, Jan. 10, 1882. It affords me great pleasure to add lU.Y testimony to the wonderful elÏects of "our Blood Mixture, which has cured me of a verv baù ulcerated foot and aukle. I had four wounds whi«3h prevented me following my occupa- tilm for four years, during which time I have been 1,1 live different infirmaries and under 1ifteen different doctors. 1 was at last induced to trv your Blood Mix- lire, aud after takingtliree small b<1tt.les 1 was able to IIO to wnrk, and by the time I had taken nine or ten bottles 1 was completely cured. Make whatever nse YOll like of this, for the beuctit of other sllfiel'el's.-1 am, yours respectfully, JOHN WILLIAMS. Sold in bottles, 2s. 6d. each, and in cases containing six times the quantity, Ih, each, sufficient to dIed, a per- manent clire in the great majority of long-standing cases. BY ALL CHEMISTS and PATENT MEDICINE VENDORS throughout, the world, or sellt on receipt of 30 or 132 stumps, hv THE LINCOLN ÄND MIDLAND COMPANY. Lincoln: TIlE LEADING DAILY PAPER o rOSTAL DELIVERY OF TH E W E S rf ] R N M AIL." 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Prep. for Local Examinations.—Address Principal, Camden-pl U-e, Stafford. 4742 EDUCATION.—A Young Lady may complete ber educa- E tion on reduced terms by assisting with juniors in a superior school. SlJecial advalllages for lallguaes and nmBie. Premium 20 guineas.-Address Miss T., Stroud Villa. Eccleshall, Staffordshire. 4741 ituation5 arant DRAPERY.—Wanted, an Assistant for tbe General Drapery.—Apply to Saies Bros^Hayerforchve.st.l!49;U>12 \4*ANTED, from 20th March next, a Working Bailiff, com- » » jietent to manage a Farm of about 20U acres in the most approved manner. Must be efficient in accounts and experienced. State amount of wages required.—Apply to Messrs. Bradley and Son, Estate Agents, Cowbridge. 507* 1 HARPIST Wanted regularly in Rhondda YaJlèi out- door; good wages. Only good players need apply.— Torn. Pentre Post-office. 451..)12 Y\F ANTED, a Journeyman Shoemaker, General Hand for T T country work.—APPLY to Geo. Abrahams, Owuidu, near Crickhowel, Brec nsliire. 4585p13 ("LOACH PAINTER and Trimmer; one who can turn his J hand to repairs preferred. To a good steady hand con- stant einployinent.-Al,ply The Iron Store Co., Chep- stw. 4G67pl4_ WRANTED, immediately, a good General Servant-; good WRANTED, immediately, a good General Servant-; good character indispensable. — Apply Wilkins' Dining- rooms, Abertillery, .Mon. 4T>86pl5 ituatí.ons tauten* TIT ANTED, by a respectable Married Man, 26, Situation as ? T Gamekeeper, Stock-keeper, or any position of trust: highest references given.—Address C. M., care of Air. Richards. Guumaker, Cardiff. 4458pl0 ANTED, by a Young Person, respectably connected, T T Situation as Useful Companion or L-jdie.-s' Help to a family going abroad.-Addrcss M. A., Leicester House, New- port-road. Cardilf. 4445plU AS Gardener, Head Working, thoroughly experienced in all branches. No objection to manage small farm. Five, years' good character. Ma.nie,i.-Address E 12, ft'estrni Man, Cardiff. 46¡ p8 ANTED, Situation as Grooiii can ride and drive w ell T T thoroughly understands the management of hunirr.S age 33 weight 9 stone; married can have good character. :—Address Charles Evans, Abereuing House, TiJrgai tli. _:n- E-l\IPLOl MENT in any capacity, by steady business man E Diarried; used to grocery and provisions.—E 24, H'cjiem Mail, Oardilt. 15lCpS AS Engine Driver, able to do smith work ami all repairs. Married man and abstainer.—E 24, Western Mali. Car- diff. i-522p8 %\R ANTED, by Youth age 16, iu Stable, Under Coachman; TT good character.— Address Mr. Morgan, Milk-nd, near Coleford, Gloucestershire. 4S16pS GROCERY.—Junior, nearly three years' experience (LA): good reference small salary in a good house.-Apply Thomas, Air. George Davies, Grocer, Castle-street, Swan- sea. 43iSpS "VC7"ANTED, Re engagement us Postboy or Head Ostler T V 27; thoroughly experienced; would rent a yard; security.—H. Duttou, care of T. Chard, 91, Temple-street-, Bristol. 4422p7 WANTED, by-Young Person, Situation in Coffee Tavern, i" or Under B;;trhHJ.id. Not out before would give short time.—Apply E 17, n'ertern Mail 01i"ic,<¿aEd!¡!Ipï- A^OUTH WISHES Situation as Page or Under-Footman. .1 Never out before. Good references.—C. Waters. Monnow Bridge. Monmouth. 4271p7 "JoWOiI:r1. Agencies, fCrabellersf, &t. \\TANTED, Agents, &C., to Sell Teas in Packets or Loose. 1 » also French Coifees. The most profitable agency in the trade.—Write for particulars to Asain Tea Company, 132, Upper Thames-street, London. E.srablishe-118-U. I-TREWERY Agent Wanted by on old-established Firm II LIAYING a connection iu CARDIFF. Applicants mu«TIL>e well known ill the trade, and give satisfactory references and security. Liberal terms to a man who call do a good ImsineK8.-Box 1, Redolilie Post-oiiice, Bristol. 43is7p8 ALL who wish to make money easily and quickly at home should write to E. S. JSutlicriand, 23, Benliill-road, London, S.E. L •/» MONTHLY may be added to income by Helling our 3T<U celebrated Teas in Packets, French Coffee in Tins, and Cocoa.- Write for paiticulars to Oliver, Oliver, and Co.279, Southgate-road, London. "3795 WEEKLY and upwards may be easily and honestly OVII realised by PERSONS of either sex, without hindrance to present occupation.—For particulars, Le., enclose addressed envelope to Evans, w.,üu. and Company (P 71), Merchants. Birmingham — This is bn\1illc. t3\t1tUíng=Jou"t to Eft* NPO Let, immediate possession, convenient House, 73, Part- -L ridge-road; three good bedrooms, hanging presses, china pantry, conservatory, w.C.; bath, hot and cold water.- Apply Co, l'artrid¡;e-îoad, Cardiff. 4429pl0_ TDpERNDALE.—House and Shop to Let, at Pontypridjl- .r road; good promises.—Inquire at David 'Thomas's, Grocer, Fountain-street. _4707pI4_ rilo b3 Let, in the picturesaue town of Monmouth, famous JL for its gooÚ school üml lishii.G. Semi-detached House, containing ten rooms aud garden. Daily services, Heat £:f). —Appiy Mr, Wheeldon, Monmouth or Mrs. Parker, Baron's Cross, Leominster. RPO Let, Dixt.on Villa, Monmouth. Stands in its own X grounds. Contains dining and breakfast rooms, ptuoy, six iiedrooms, bathroom, conservatory, stable snd coach- house, kitchen, and scullery. Can henad with or without about two acres of meadow land adjoining.—Apply to Mr. Edmund Wheeldon, 3. St. John-street, Monmouth. to-jet anfl Jtmnti* T OST, January 23, Court Farm, Llandaff, Three Mountain -Li Ewes half circle on right side, pitch mark one cross- bred Kani LOllUb.-IuformaUon to Watkin Thomas, Butcher, 7. Denbigh-street, Canton, will be rewarded.—February 7,h, 1833. 'H' | -| 4bS8 .:ftlíSitHalttOu$. ON Sale, Parafiin Lamp Wick, LSID. per lb., all sizes also Wick.-Radford and Sons, Hamilton Mills, Maocb«s- ter. 4367p9__ CI ARDEN Seeds. Flower Seeds of BEST, quality only, and at F lowest possible prices compatible with excellence of quality. Catalogues free.—J. liibbert, The Agricultural lloiue, 17, Angel-street, Cardiff. CULAFF-EL-'TTEUS. Turnip Cutters, Cake Breakers. Oat > and Bean Mills, Ploughs, Harrows, Improved Sheep- > and Bean Mills, Ploughs, Harrows, Improved Sheep- racks, Fig Troughs, &c., Ac. Illustrated catalogue free.—J. Hibbert, 17, Angel-street, Cardiff. GRIOULTUKAL and Horticultural Manures, Goulding's Superphosphate and Bone Manure, Nitrate of Soda, Guano, Half-inch Bones, Bone meal, &c.-J. Hibbert, Car- diff. ANTED, American Petroleum and Benzoline Barrels W for Export. Highest prices given L.y Price and Co., Wellington-street, S"al!e.. WORD TO THK'wiSK.—Send for Catalogues of Books and Patented Articles adapted to JSiarned Ladies and Uentleinen. Send six staIl111¡;)1. A. Orr, till, Weliington- road, Stoukweil, r,ondon. -=:=:I_ iHmtetann II W in One or More Sums, upon Landed 3TOL!)UUV) Property, at 3I per cent. £ 42,00(1 upon Freehold aWl Leasehold Houses. Would not object to l11illerallllùl,el'ty if in good working order. Address U. H. yle, 2, Tollington Park, London, N. MO\ ]•;Y LENT WITHOUT SURETIES by the CHARING CKOSS DEPOSIT BANK, k:8, Bed ford- street, I:>ll1l1\(l, LomloH. Established 1870.—1:30 to £ 1,000 daily, in town or country, male or female, ou personal security, mortgage of furniture, trade and farm stocR, plain, crops, £ e., without lemoval. Also oil deeds, I policies, and reversions at 5 per cent, from one month to 11 years. Distance no object-. Easy repayments. £¿5Ô,OOO for investment. No good application refused. Strictly private. Cali or write to A. WILLIAMS, Manager. Intending borrowers in London or COllntry inayrest •tssured if tliey cannot obtain art advance at this old- established, bona-iide Advance Bank, they cannot obtain one anywhere. We use our customers well; theyalways come Kick, and re,comment us having a large connec- tion, we do business cheaper than others. 6627c TONES BROTHERS, PRINCIPAL B1 EL-POSTERS AND DELIVERERS, HIGH-STREET, NEATH, AND BRITON FERRY, Circulars Addressed and Delivered. Bill-posters to the Great. Western and Neath and Brecon Railways, and the Principal Auctioneers. Lessees of the Principal Posting Places. ONE BOX OF CLARKE'S B 41 PILLS is warranted to cure all discharges from the jrinary organs, in either sex, acquired or constitutional, gravel and pains in the back. Sold in boxes, 4s. 6d. sacli, by all chemists and patent medicine vendors; or sent to ny address for 60 stamps, by the makers, the Lincoln and Midland Counties Drug Company, Lincoln. Wholesale Agents, Barclay and Sons, London. ikad all the Wholesale Houses. £ ugint$0 8tilires» £ e £ JOHN A. F ISH E R, OF BATH (Successor to R. FORTT), JOURNAL BUILDINGS, WESTGATE-STREET. GLOUCESTER. COOK AND CONFECTIONER, WINE MERCHANT, DINING AND KEFRESHMENT-ROOMS. WEDDING BREAKFASTS, BALL SUPPERS. FETES AND DINNER PARTIES SUPPLIED AT ANY DISTANCE. OUR CELEBRATED BRIDE CAKES OF THE BEST QUALITY KEPT IN STOCK. BIRTHDAY AND CHRISTENING CAKES. TURTLE AND OTHER SOUPS. ICES, JELLIES, CREAMS, HOT AND COLD ENTREES. Country Orderr punctually attended to. Estimates given, Ac. A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF NEW FRENCH SWEETS, COSAQUES, FANCY AND WEDDING ORNAMENTS. A WES' ANURES. ESTABLISHED UPWARDS OF 40 YEARS. THE FIRST MANUFACTURED. SALES, UPWARDS OF 50,000 TONS PER ANNUM. The well-known founder of this Business was the first introducer of Artilicial Manures, and so great has been the satisfaction which they have invariably given that the demand has increased until the sales have annually reached the amount above stated. They are used all over the world where artificial manllrs are employed. AGENTS WANTED in all districts at present unre- presented in South Wales. Apply either t.u the Company's District Agent, Mr. R. H, Haiicorne, the Mumbles, 6witrisea; or to the Head Office, 50, Mark-lane, London. ^THEELER'S L 1 1 T L E B 0 0 K' OR SHORr SELECT SEED LIST j (ILLUSTRATED) FOR 1883, contains, amongst other interesting matter, A COMPLETE CALENDAR OF GARDEN OPERATIONS FOR EVERY MOSTH IX THE YEAR. r|^HE best EARLY and SECOND EARLY JL PEAS in cultivation. r 1 i^vST PEAS Foil^XIil 'ilTlON. f j^HE List of GARDEN SEEDS comprises, JL amongst the best Novelties of the Season, the fol- lowing WHEELER'S extra tine BEET, which is 01' tht: highest excellence. Is. per packet, post free. 'V'THEELER'S BROCCOLI (four choice sorts) produce a continuous supply throughout the sc.:son. __E.tch Is. per packet, post free. W HEELER'S extra fine" BRUSSELS SPROCTS. By far the best." Is. per packet, pott free. W"HEELER'S IMPERIAL (8d. peroz.) w and COCOA-NUT (10d. per oz.) CABBAuEare the best varieties. Post free. \TlllEOH'-¡-¡ Empress of India" "f CUCUMBER has taken numerous prizes. Is. Gd. per IJ¡,cJ{e, post free. \THEKLER'S solid CELERY, both i. T White and lied, are crisp and nutty. Each Is. per packet, post free. IIEELI,R'S packets of VEGETABLE w and FLOWER SEEDS are sent free by post. ^HEELER S LETTUCES are celebrated Y V throughout the kingdom for their excellence. To.il T'HCMB—Large packet. Is.; small packet, 6d. f post KIXGSHOLM —Larg- packet, Is.; small packet 6d. j free. YlfKlM^ERS LEEK, "ST. DAVID'S," V V is the best. Is. per packet, post free. r'jpiiE be.it MELONS iu cultivation. Is, Od. JL per packet, post frce. t S i ti'i -N EW ONIONS," Como" and .Mam- JL moth Tripoli." Each Is. per packet, post free. r IIIE C.I'BAGE FAMILY, including the hest sorts of Borecole, Winter Greens, Asparagus, Jv..e, and Savoy, not forgetting the latest addition, uhou de Br.rghley," of which there is an illustration. Erc-iv 6d. to 2s. 6d. per packet, post free. ilKELER'S Collection af GARDEN SEEDS comprise the linest varieties in culti- r;.i ion. WHEELER'S GUINEA COLLECTION U'i\niag,> free) is a marvel of cheapness. ".A,IUDEST iANSION" V y COLLECTION (carriage free) is a great favourite i«>r i car age and Parsonage gardens. It contains both Vegetable and Flower Seeds of the choicest sorts, and will be torn ai ded carriage free for 17s. 6d. WHEELER'S GLOUCESTEILSIItltE Y Xll)-N EY is the best early kidney potato in cuitnation. 3s. 6d. per peck. Vknil^ the beat for T f crop. \HEELER'S POTATOES, the best for V late crop. MOW TO GROW FAVOURITE FLOWERS, viz., Auricula, Antirrhinum, Calceo- J"J.:t, Cineraria, Carnations, Clianthus, C\claiiien, Canterbury Bells, Hollyhock, Gloxinias, Wallflowers, Marigolds, Peiitstemons, Forget-me-not. Primula, Phlox, Sweet Williams, Petunia, Bedding Pansies, and Polyanthus. WHEELER'S extra choice FLOWER SEEDS, described and illustrated. Post free. WHEELER'S extra line selected LAWN GRASS SEEDS, Is. per lb. WTIEELER'S HARDY SPRING- ELOWERING PLANTS, old-fashioned and Sweet-scented. Or W.'SIHEOERIT ,ER'SS ELELCIT TTLSE EED BOOLKIS,T, Is beautifully printed and illustrated. The cost price, including coloured plate, ornamental cover, and postage, is One blti ling, and on receipt of this amount in stamps a copy will be forwarded post free. A Complete List of Wheeler's Choice Vegetable and Flower Seeds, Seed Potatoes, <fcc,. with prices at which they can be delivered carriage free, will be forwarded gratis and post free on application. J. C. w ITEELEP- AND SON, SEED GROWERS, GLOUCESTER. 50318 ^>ARLIAMENTARY PLANS. p ARLIAMENTARY PLANS. 6 JQANIEL QWEN ANDQOMPaNY, I WESTERN MAIL BUILDINGS. D I F 14, Are Prepared to EXECUTE PARLIAMENTARY AND OTHER PLANS with Accuracy and Despatch. 46090 ROPER'S ROYAL BATH PLASTERS, during the past 55 years, have cured thousands of cases of Bronchitis, Coughs, and Asthma. OR 5-) YEARS PLAS'FERS Fhave been the most successful remedv in the Cure have been the most, successful remedy in the Cure 01 alt Diseases of the Chest. ROPER'S PLASTERS give immediate relief in all Rheumatic Affections and Local Pains, I repared only by ROBT. ROPER, SON, and Co., Shef- field. Full-sized Plasters, Is. lid.; and for Children, 9jd.; or by Post ld. extra in P. Stamps. Sold hV all Patent Medicine Veudors throughout the World. CAUTION.—BEWARE OF IMITATIONS. ASK FOR ROPER'S PLASTERS. THE RED DRAGON POWELLS BALSAM of ANISEED. SURE POWELL'S BALSAM of ANISEED. REMEDY POWELL'S BALSAM of ANISEED. AGAINST 1 LOWELL'S BALSAM of ANISEED. COUGH. POWELLS BALSAM of ANISEED is Sold by Chemists throughout the World at Is. l £ d., 2s. 3d., Family bottles lis. each. Purchasers should see that the TRADE MARK, LION, NET, and MOUSE," appears upon the Wrapper, also the words THOMAS POWELL, Blackiriars-road, London," are engraved upon the Government Stamp. rpHE WEEKLY MAIL, X BEST RUCILY iraWSFAPJEB iSusutts bbrt!55t9. r G 0 U L 1) 1 A N U E E.9, GOOD FOR ALL CROPS. GOULDING'S BONE MANURE. GOULDING'S SPECIAL MANURE. GOULDING'S CORN AND GRASS MANURE. GOULDING'S TURNIP MANURE. GOULDING'S SUPERPHOSPHATE. GOULDING'S DISSOLVED GUANO. AGENTS IN THIS DISTRICT: JOHN HIBBERT, 17, ANGEL-STREET, CARDIFF. J. LEYSHON, PONTYPRIDD. T. W. EVANS. 6965c 14, COMMERCIAL-STREET, ABERDARH 7 ^RTHUR I^LLIS, WHOLESALE CHINA, GLASS. AND EARTHENWARE MERCHANT, BATCH, ST. PHILLIP'S, BRISTOL. Shopkeepers and Hawkers should write for- Price Lit& 5 ASK FOR u g I L V E R "1^ A G L E BEST VALUE 3D. CIGAR. ESTABLISHED 1865. jg U R M A N t fl, WINE-STREET, B R I S T 0 L. THREE GUINEA SIL VER. ENGLISH LEVER WATCHES, Capped, Jewelled, Hall-mirked, and Warranted TOR Fiu Years. THE FINEST SELECTION IN BRISTOL OK WEDDING RINGS AND KEEPERS, 9, wiNE-STREET. BRISTOL. 1 WANTED. I A FOREMAN OR OVERSEER Or other person with A geod colnectiolk amongst workmen, to CONDUCT a Club for our new CHAMPION ENGLISH LEVERS, GENUINE OPPORTUNITY. APPLY 10 STEWART DAWSON .AN. OQ"r RAN LLAUH-PLACE, j D ANIEL OWEN AND QOMPAKY liawo much pleasure in announcing that they haft recently purchased a Choice Selection of OHROMO- LITHOGRAPHS and ENGRAVINGS from the ttedtot E. P. McQueen. the Fine Art Publisher, inoluding TOSAM of the oest examples of Birket Foster, Hunt. OPOVWE Colman. Lucas, &,c,. The favour of inspeotion AT .RB early date is respectfully solicited, JpLAYING CARDS AND DIAlUESt SEASON 1882-3. D. 0. & Co. have now on SALE a splendid Variety ot the above, in DE LA RUE'S PLAYING CARDS, from Is. up to 3s. Gd. including Sliders, Figured Denters, It. Iteunf Cornered, L-c. DIARIES AND CALENDARS.—D. O. & Co.'s noted Is. and Is. 6d. Scribbling Diaries are commanding large Sale. T.J. Smith's Diaries, in various SIZES, the best in the Market. A carefully selected Stock of USEFUL AND FANCY ARTICLES FOR PRESENTS, Purses, Pocket Books, Uard Cases, Cigar Cases, Ink- stands, and other Goods. The Latest Speciality in PHOTO ALBUMS, a large Assortment from 10s. 6d. up- wards, including THE LACE ALBUM (the Book of the Season), Album de Roses, The Garland, &c. FOREIGN ART POTTERY AND CHINA WARE Recent Importations at very Moderate Prices. JQ.YN1EL QWEN AND £ JOMPANY, GENERAL AND FANCY STATIONERS, "WESTERX MAIL BUILDINGS, ST. MARY-STREET, CARDIFF, 49800 FURNISH THROUGHOUT. OETZMANN & CO* 67, 69, 71, 73, 77 t, 79, HAMPSTEAD ROAB LONDON. HURNISH THROUGHOUT .-OETZMANN & c. t 67, 69, 71, 73, 77 Jtnd 79, H amp stead-read, near Tettcw "aiii-court-read; Cabinet Factory, AÜliøn Warks, Charl 'ta-et; Bedding Factory. Eaele-place, LMntwn. N.W Carpets, Furniture, Bedding, Drs^ery, Furcisning Iren nonjery, China, Glass, Pictures, Bronzes, Ctocks, cc.,am .ry other requisite far completely furnishing: a 'hrsu^fhaut. Oetzmsnn and Co. are enabled t« efler sps advantages to country customers i:: celreery ot My their own large Pantrchu "Io::S, and nxing in psi Itn bv competent persons. If desired, an exponent LESSON I^ sent to view the hgu, note style 01 ARCRITERTUI^ MIQECTS, &c., take ROEASUREM^NTS and FURNISH ESTIMATES, OETZMANN & CO., HAMPSTEAD R O A#, 7.0ND0T-T. ..J o I:RLIN WOOJ,, HOSIERY, AND JD UNDER CLOTHING ESTABLISHMENT. 51, CROCKHERBTOWN, CARDIFF, v Just Received NEW SEARCH WOOLS and SCOTCff YARNS, best Quality and Colours. Also Children's Winter Dresses, Hoods, Gaiters, G loves, Jec. M R S BANNING. 51, CROCKHERBTOWN (Opposite Park-place). ,) r["1HE OLD SEED WAREHOUSE L No. 6, CROCKHERBTOWN, CARDIFF. WILLIAM THOMAS (Late J. S. Matthews), NURSERYMAN, FLORIST, AND SEEDSMAN. Fruit and Forest Trees, Shrubs, Ac. Pots and Ornamental Ware, and all Requisites for Garden Purposes. Wedding Table and other BOUQUETS CUT TO ONDER at the shortest Ifetices, C1ARDIFF ADVERTISING, BILL-POST* J 1NG, AND CI RCULAR DISTRIBUTING COM- PA-N Y (LIMITED). OFFICES CHURCH-STREET CHAMBERS. SECRETARY: FRANK R. SIMPSON, Best Permanent Posting Stations in Cardiff an< Neighbourhood. Contractors for all descriptions of A<* vertts.ing Circular Distributing, Ac. All orders promptly attended to. IILES, RHEUMATISM, STIFF JOINTS, IL CHILBLAINS, OLD SORES, LOSS of POWER, &e~, are easily and effectually cured after all other meantt have failed by Professor G AM J EES OKI KNTAL SALVE. Since its discovery and introduction into Great Britain from the East its effect has been Magiual" in appa- rently hopeless cases, as thousands now living who hava been discharged as incurable from London and other ( Hospitals gratefully t,stify.-Sold by Chemists, or direct from the Proprietor, CHAS. MAGGS, 33, Oxford- street, Swansea, for 9,14, 30 stamps, or 12 times the small size for 4s. 6d. Try it. "IVT PORT, (MON .) i^\ Establ Shed 1870. J. D. REES, BILL POSTER AND ADVERTISING AGENT, RENTS all the PRINCIPAL POSTING STATIQNS i town and neighbourhood. Two good Bill Sao Horse and Trap kept. Addres.33, LLAJSARTH-STBMl.