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/■ — ^larritttomaL /fATiJtM'ON Y. Youn1? widow (no 'amily), I JJL refined, attractive, and musical, possp.^sin!! -anple income, with av.vilable capital, wished to Correspond with a gentlem an in respectable position Correspond with a gentlem an in respectable position ^bachelor or ■widower), and of Christian principle, yitb view to marriage. Honoi '.Table secrecy —Addre. w Mrs Blandford, 54, New Oxfoi xl-street. London, W.C ATRIMONY.—Lady. tall, healthy, musical, JJX thoroughly domesticated, with £17,000 at own d 8J)O!1aJ, early — Address Miss ■ Tiverton, Advertiser "Office,. Bristol. 345 MATRIMONY.—Young .Lady, from South | Australia, English parents (deceased), with [ 00, wishes to Marry dcM'fibl,^ Gentleman ansions hi» nosition.—Miss fjio'lall, 12, Stone- *jridge-road, South Tottenham, London, N. 349 I itlttsiraL I ME John Welters, Baritone, Gold Medallist R.A.M., is no w open to accept Kngagomenta for »rios and Miscellaneous! Concerts.—Address 7, j Halsey-street, Cfwiojjan-square, Chelsea, London, S.W. j ^itualionr. Vacant. r LACKSMITHS^-N Vanted. good all round Snith 13 to join another in tvo well-established business.| ^-Davi^s, Lake-street, Fei"ndale. 618 /C*TANTED, well-trained General Servant, ablot< » ▼ cook; small house; two in family; highest 'jefe ence* reouired: wages, £ 16.—Apply L.1C.X., < -Echo" Office*, Cardiff. 394 1 WANTED, Miners, Shipwrights, and Enginaers, and all British Workmen to note this adver- tisement. Yon require the most nutritions and finest 1\ flavoured Bread, and can have it by using D.C.L." Yeait. Sole Manufacturers, Th9 Distillers Company, Limited, Edinburgh, whr* will gladly send sample on ''«e¥ipt of Fourpence in stamps. Ask your Grocor, or *'«fepever yon buy your yeast from to give you D.C.L. tMp stop using foreign yeast. 15203 gKfZ Weekly upwards may be honestly realised by ? Persons of either sex, without hinrteranco to J present occupation.—For samples (returnable), ete., enclose addressed envelope to Evans, Watts, and Co. CP 136), Merchants Birmingham. This is genuine. 572 j I Jlgntrks, ttralrtlltrs, &c. AGENTS wanted in every town and viilajta for j jewellery, cutlery, spoons, &c.—Address W. 194, i South Wales Echo," Cardiff. 194 J AGENTS wanted, whole or spare time. The bast paying agency going constant irx-ome assured particulars free, also pocket robber stamp of your ;me and address.—Richards, 44r bnow-hill, London. I io ytit'-H&mmezs ifixtmxsts, &r. I LANDOVERY. — Double-Fronted Shop, eight. 1 J roomed house; capital position, Hi,2b-¡¡treet; £ 12 Annually immediate possesion.—W. Powell Thomas, fltwickenham, 1,0r.llo:l. 658 13-' 3for ER Sale, 50 Geese and 40 Turkeys English smaller number supplied.—F. Jones, Asiibrook Church Stretton, .Shropshire. 834 ■jfeRBoa.—Lady has for immediate Private Dis- JT posal a real Russian Tail Fur Boa, very dark Drown, 10 feet Jong, immensely thick, soft; value '/63 sacrifice for 198 9d perfectly new.-Cal1 be seen by writing P. H., Daily News," Cardiff. 126 M^VBIilED Lady has a valuable, harmless Recipe ¿ of great importance to ladies. Stamped ad- dressed envelope.—For particulars Mrs E. Wilson, Kdet-grove, Sheffield. 885 SWEETHEARTS Curious Love Letter. Six Funny Photographs, Six Magic Cards post free, 12 jpennj stamps.—Hyams, 28, Myton-street, Hull. 54 JTURPAULINS for railway trucks, machine engine. JL, wagon and cart covers, in black, yellow, white Jndiarubocr, or preen patent WiUesden canvas, horse toincloths, nosebags, stable rugs, Ac.—E. Parnall and oo., Manufacturers, Sheene-road, Bedminster, Bristol "Telegrams—Canvas, Bristol. 2651 15212 F|\OE MATRIMONIAITA ERAZD" JL and FASHIONABLE MARRIAGE GAZKTTE. Official Organ of The World's Oreai Marriage Associa- iion-(Limited). Itn::tlnable otgatdz<1.tion supported and ^recommended by the Clergy to all desiring happy and advantageous marriages (se6 Notice in current issue). ISrilliant success for 1893. Enormous increase in Association's Marriages over any year daring 11 years' I establishment. The Directorate honoured with the tire Patronage of the Nobility Professional aud -business Classes throughout the British Empire. bsolute secrecy. Sent m plain sealed envelope, 5d.— Editor, 40, Lamb's Conduit-street, London, W.C. 2584 'Wf ANTED, Every Lady of this Paper to T ▼ know that she can buy direct from the Manu- facturers' Warehouse a Lady's Complote Costume, (nade from the John Noble Cheviot. iaerge, a thoroughly Stable fabric in Navy, Brown, Grenal, Reseda. /Myrtle, or Black, for the ridiculously small sum of 10s 6d, postage 9d extra. A costume well worth a troinea in the ordinMy way. Knock-about Serge Trocta for girls are also supplied at prices from Is od fat 21 inches, and 53 ód for 45 inches long; postage 4%d extra. Every garment thoroughly well matle, and sent direct from the lai-gest Manufacturers in the Kingdom to any address on receipt of remittance Every puichaser delighted. Satisfaction guaranteed •r cost refunded. Patterns and illustrations pent post free with pleasure from John Noble, Limited, The Warenouse, Manchester. 15146 1415 '^lOUTH WALES PROPERTY GAZSTTR. A 1k7 MONTHLY KEGISIHR OF ESTATES, HOUSES, LANDS, Ac., to be I.ET or SoM) in Wales, Monmouth- shire, West of England, Ac. 1,OOC Copies sent Monthly, post-free, to the leading inhabitants cf Wales and Monmouthsliire. "Insertions free. Copies -free, from Messrs Hj<:RN, Estate Agents, Auctioneers. Ac., 74. St. Mary-street. Cardie. 2444 ..fitísullat!tØ1!!í. ?'j(t SEROLOGY.—Matrimony future foretold, Is JQL future partner deiKJubed, etc., seven stamps. birthtime and description.—Prof. Evans, 4, I Powell-street, E.C. 624 .J. ,7" STROLOGY.—Date, conditions, marriage, busi- ness prospects. Past events. Send birthtime fees, Is detailed, 2s 6d.—Mrs Charles, 57, Carlisle- place, Bradford. 31 A BLESSING to Ladies.—The mo3t Miraculous r\ Medicine ever discovered for all irregularities, £ nrt removes all obstruction. This wonderful remedy relieves all distressing symptoms, saves doctors' bills, W preserves health. Thousands have been relieved by its ose. as testified by the numerous unsolicited tes- timonials. Pi:l £ are useless, and only cause disap- pointment. Stamped addressed envelope for price fist, and copies of testimonials, which are guaranteed gennine, under a penalty of £ 1,0C0 open to inspection And investigation. The most and only effectual remedy on earth. Try and judge for yourself.—A. Dasmall, ll, Zisngdale, Walthamstow. Estab. 1851. 15246 IF you are Married, or contemplate taking this im- portant f-tep, we can send you valuable informa- lion which you ought to know; send your address amI we will send you catalogue and pamphlet free Ad- dress H. G. Kerr, Westhill, Wandsworth, London. 957 fTCRNISH on our New Hire System. Houses or r Apartments completely furnished on a Dew sys- tem adopted solely by us, whereby all publicity, exposure, and inquiries usually made by other com panies are dispensed with. We have an immense stock ^Household Furniture of cheap and superior quality. All goods sold on the Hire System at ready-money ■prices. We make no extra charge for credit, and au goods sent home in a private van free of charge. No stamp or agreement charge8 made no bil1 of sale everything private. Arrangements completed without delay, ana, being manufacturers, we guarantee quality, ud will undertake to supply furniture, etc., at 10 per I cent, less than any price-list issued Dy any firm in Cardiff. Eleven showrooms. Call and inspect onr im- mcnMee stock, and compare prices before purchasing sewhere. We will supply £ 6 worth for 2s od weekly £10 worth, 4s weekly %:15 worth for 5s weekly £2t; worth, 6s weekly and so on in proportion. Special terms for larger quantities. Please note the Address; SOUTH WALES FURNISHING COMPANY, 31, CaStle-st. (opposite the CasUe). Cardiff. 12733-1105-10 mOtUt!. ESSRS W. AND S. HERN, ESTATE AGENTS. 1'tJL 74, St. Mary-street, Cardiff, are prepared to ace from S100 to £100.000 on Mortgage of Free- hold or Leasehold Property, and from £5V to £ 1,000 on petsonul security. 3664 MONEY LENT P~R IVAIEIY AT A FEW HOURS' NOTICE. A Gentleman having a large amount of Capital is trilling to grant advances, upon note of hand alone, for any term not exceeding 15 yeais, from B15 to :£1,000 <t 5 per cent., to Clergymen, Farmers, Hotel Proprie- Kan, Lodging-house Keepers, Tradesmen, or to any responsible Person, Male or Female, hI Town or Conntry. (Without loan offlee formalities or Bill of Saie.) Distance no object, and so long as the int-eiest is.paid the capital can remain. No genuine applica- tion refused. All communications are treated strictly private.—Apply to the actual Lender, H. Harrison. Esq.,87, York-road, Westminster Bridge-road, London ]%« ONEY LENT ON NOTE OF HAND AT SHORT 1|,1 NOTICE, by a Private Gentleman, from £ 10 to St,0)0, at 5 per cent. Why apply to Professional Money Lenders, so-called Companies or Banks. when any responsible applicant can obtain an advance Privately, without sureties and the usual formalities et a Loan Office? For the bene tit of Borrowers I am prepared to grant advances from one to ten vears in any part of England or Wales, to male or MnaJe (distance no object), and if desired the in. tercet can be paid quarterly or half-yearly, or as may fee arranged, therefore the applicants get tfcd -Iull' benefit of cash advanced. Apply in confidence to the Mtual lendar, ). H. HUNTER, Esq., 1135 13564 130, Westminster Bridge-road, London. Htfl ONEY LENT AT FIVE PER CENT. ill FROM £5 to £2,000. JVHT pay more, when a Private Gentleman is pre- sued to grant Advances to Male or Femile, upon toeir JftoMISSORY NOTE ALONE, in any part of England «r>Wales, without loan office formalities ? lttlHIT, e& liAKE OBr SURETIES REQUIRED. •>Tbe advance can *be paid back by easy instal- JMBts. or can remain out from 1 to 15 years by paying ttttinterextealy. CaAlcr write to the actual Lender, n III. WILFRED WILBEEFORCE, KSQ., 11, Bynwf# tireesi-roarf; piwsbevy-park, Loudon, N. J»WS; AivA io LEND, BY THE SOUTHERN Sb I OjUUU COUNTIES DEPOSIT BANK UMITKD, in sums of £ 10 to £ 500, on NOTE OF HAND ALONE, or Furniture, Farming Stock, and all other personal security, without removal, at a few notice, in any part of the country, and to all elasaes of borrowers, repayable by easy instalments So sureties required, and no good application is ever refused. All communications strictly private. This NMt was exprossly incorporated under Act of Parlia- to advance money at a low rate of interest to TffBpoctable^persons, and tho public are cautioned against having anything to do with loan offices and '•ndWs, whose only object is to obtain fees. If desired, an Official from the Bank will attend ac Applicant residence with Cash, and carry out the vi6*' u? avoiding any DELAY.—Apply per- sonaiiy, or wnte stating amount required, and hew It Queen- and Giller, Valuers, 3. Castle-street. Cardiff. 321 you want Money, send « borrowing elsewhere, IP Mr Pike, 45, Sattabury-rotLd. Cardiff 14421 I9' /IRi°S CO., LIMITED, continue to udvance from & to £ 1,000 on application, with- out delay. IV pwbfeity no fees low interest; easy jrepwmt^ts. ConMiunfcationg and enquiries are treated fn strict confidence. Aav&ticeg xnaile ia town crrcoantry. Prospectuses free, or ^Irtamwd envelop- to eith-r nf the Adaressw below :—Th, ^ayes Buildings. Car. diff 1, Albert Chambers, Stow-hilf, Newport; Arcade Chambers, Pou.typiuld, 28, Clarence-street, Ponty- -,001. 13938 Ty- PAINFX^TBILL.posTERS ADVERTISING AGENTs FOR ABBBDARE, HIRWAlX, PENRHIWCEIBER AND DISTRICT. Agents for Guion and American Lines. ABERDABE? ■ public ^ntusm^nts. CARDIFF. THEATKE ROY A L. JL LESSEE AND MAMIGER.MR ED. FLETCHER. FRIDAY, Dec. 8th, com'nencinst with THE SPITAL- FIELDS' WEAVEK, after which w511 be played pAUL pRY, concluding with THE BIRTHPLACE OF PODGERS. SATURDA y, Dec. 9th. MRS W. H. WALLACE'S COMPANY, in the New and Sensational Drama in Four Acts, entitled, THE RED SIGNAL, by E. J. Leznpard. Prices 6d to £ 1 1l-. Doors open at 7; commence at7.30. Shipping$loti £ ts. A/fsr a"MERICA.N LINE. I SOUTHAMPTON—NEW YORK uxiTKD STATES MAIL STEAMERS, SOUrHAMPTON TO NEW YORK DIRECT, EVERY SATURDAY. High-class Accommodation for Saloon, Second Cobin, and Steeraga Passengers. LIVERPO(1'(L-PHII.A DEJ.P'HIA SERVICE. EVERY WEDNESDAY, LIVERPOOL TO PHILADELPHIA, Calling at i^ueeiistown eviery Thursday. Passengers and Ooods are ianckxl at Philadelphia on the Wharf of the Pennsylvania liailroad, which has the shortest and most direct route to all places in the Western States. Apply to RICHARDSON, SPF3VCE & CO., Seuth- nnpton or Liverpool, or to Local Agents. t LOCAL AGKNTS :—T. n- Austin, Neath-road, Lan- tore; Brown and Hevbvrae, 1, Friars Chambers, Dock- itreet, Newport; S. J. Davies, 9, Edward-place, Cardiff; J. Morgan, Pontifool J. Roberts, Graig ¡' Post-office, Pontypridd T. C- Howe and Co., Cardiff. 11867 f-Sf/r STAR LINE /S§1KKr VV ROYAI. MAIL STEAMERS. JgB»««gL.T.T VKRPOOL to NEW YORK, via ^fiaa"-ll^QUEENSTOWN EVERY WEDNESDAY "ADRIATIC, Wednesday Dec. 13 ¡ GERMANIC, Wednesday Dec. 20 Second Cabin will be carried in the voyage marked thns*. Steerage to New York, Boston, and Philadelphia, at lo v rates. The splendid vessels of this line are all 'j' of the largest clan's, uniform in model and arrange- ments, and unsurpassed in the completeness of their appointments. Saloon and State Room I amidships. Apply to Guthrie, Heywood, & Co.* Bute Docks; S. -I. Da vies, 9, Edward-place. Queen-street-, Cardiff; J. D. Davies, Holton-road '}) T. Davies, 52, Higivitreet, Merthyr Tydvil; James. Roberts, Tho South Wales Emigration Office, Ponty- pridd J. Thomas, Commercial-road, Tredegar; W. Hancock, 2, Dowuing-street, L'aneliy or to ISM AY, IMRIE, and CO., 34, Leadenha?l-street, London, E.C., and 10, Water-street, Liverpool. 10089 Insurant 11 DUN INSURANCE OFFICE 0 (FIRE). FOUNDED 1710. Sum insured in 1898 £ 391,800,000. Sum insured in 1898 £ 391,800,000. For all particular^^g^^to the following I CARDIFF. Messrs Price and Dicksee, 21, High-street. Messrs Price and Dicksee, 21, High-street. Mr Charles Cross. 21, Working-street. Messrs Jenkins, Clarke, and Co., Cambrian Chambers Mr F. E. Furze. Aberkenflg Mr Jesse Hurley Cadoxton Mr B. G. Davies. Cowbridge MrThos. J Parsons. Llantrisant Mr William Hulin. Llandaff Mr John Howe. 5986 Maesteg Mr David Davies. 97814. -———————————————-————————————— flirMtraijflns, AT ALL NEWSAGENTS, BOOKSELLERS, AND BOOKSTALLS. SNOWFLAKES ANNUAL, 1893, con- taining stories by James Payn. Fergus Hume, Florence Marryat, Mabel Collins, F. C. Phillips, Mrs Selbv-Lowndes, B. L. Farjeon, Augusta. Hancock, Ac., Ac. With numerous illustrations by well-known artists. Price One Shilling. Per Parcels Post, Is 41hd, or Book Post Is 5d. LONDON to THE LADY" OFFICE, 39 AND 40, BEDFORD-ST-, STRAND, W.C. 15243 KNOWLEDGE IS IOWER.— Explana- ] tory Book (Twelfth Annual Edition), sent gratia and post free, gives valuable and reliable information on how to make money quickly and successfully by Stocks and Shares.—Address Geo. Evans and Co., Stockbrokers, 24, Queen Victoria-st, London, E C. 1281 RAPHAEL'S ALMANAC FOR 1894. It tells the farmer when to sow his crops and buy and sell his cattle and farm produce. It tells the gardener when to sow, plant, transplant, prune, or do anything else. It tells the young when to court and marry. Ic tells the unemployed the exact days and hours to seek work with succiss. It tells when to set fowls, travel, emove, ask fa.vours. deal with others, buy, sell, sign contracts, speculAt*\ hire servants, Ac. It < on- tains birthday information for every day of the year, also the fate of any chiitl born during 1894. Numerous ( useful tables. Legal and commercial notes. The fate of kings, nations, and individuals. Vivisection. Thoo- sophy. Burned at the stake. The mystery of death. Cruelty to children, Ac. Price 6d, post free 7d. Foulshain, 4, Pilgrim-steeet, Ludgate-hill, E.C. Webb, Lewis, or Smith, CartHS and all Stationers. 42d New Fdition Jusr. oublb.hed, post free, 6 stamps. A TREATISE ON NERVOUS DISEASES .CJL and WEAKNESS in MEN, with a description of the most Common-sense and Scientific Treatment ever introduced. 2485 15204 London A. J. LEIGH, 92 and 93, Great Russell-street .m ■■■!■»■ »«'"■ P +.- PEPPER'S TANNIN THROAT JL GARGLE- Tannin Gargle should be within the reach of all in the least degree subject to throat affections, whether inflammatory relaxed, ulcerated, hoarseness, swollen tonsils, enlarged uvula, weakened voice, A_\ Those constantly speaking, singing, or reading, by using the Gargle prevent the huskiness, dryness, and irritation so frequently attendant on over-exertion; also of pro- ducing unusually sustained powers without injury to the mucous surface of the throat. Tannin is a great purifier, and so useful as a mouth wash in cases of disagreeable breath, arising from de- cayed teeth, disordered stomach, mouth ulcerations, and other causes. As a cure for ordinary sore throat, with its usual painful and sometimes oangerous symptoms, the Tannin Gargle is far better than anything. Bottles, Is 6d. Sold everywhere. PEPPER'S WHITE COUGH MIX- JJL TURE.—The most reliable, speedy, and agree- able cure for coughs, colds, asthma, bronchitis, consu > ption, and all diseases of the lungs and air- passages. It is soothing, comforting, and tranquilising in its action, quite different from ordinary congn remedies. Affords relief after second dose. Bottles, Is1%d and 2s 9d each. Sold by all Chemists. RACROFT'S ARECA-NUT TOOTH PASTE.—Regularly nsed every morning the teeth are kept in beautiful order. All decaying and destructive tartar is removed from the emamel, which assumes its ivory-like appearance. CRACROFT'S PASTE removes all causes of decay, and will preserve the teeth intact for many years. Branded Pots, Is each. Sold everywhere. RACR0FTTS ARECA TOOTH PASTE. By using this delicious Aromatic Dentifrice the enamel of the teeth becomes white, sound, and polished like ivory. It is exceedingly fragrant, and specially useful. Get Cracroft's. DEAFNESS, NOISES IN THE EARS, Ac. DELLAR'S ESSENCE FOR DEAF- NESS should always be tried, as in nombers of cases, seemingly incurable it has done wonders. Slight deafness, obstructions in the ears. and the incessant humming sounds so frequent with affected hearing, are removed., Sold everywhere. CORNS CORNS CORNS !T! BUNIONS AND ENLARGED TOE JOINTS! CURED IN A FEW DAYS. DELLAR'S CORN AND BUNION PLASTERS are the only real remedy. They differ from all plasters, shields, or compositions. By instantly softening the callous surrounding the pain goes at once, the Corn soon following. Bunions and enlarged toe joints require more time; but the action and relief is certain. Boxes, Is l%il. Sold everywhete. SULPHOLINE SOAP (a soap contain- ing sulpholine), is a delicately, refined, chemi- cally pureSoip, intended for general use, but specially by those endowed with sensitive skins. Common, im- perfectly prepared soaps, scented with injurious acrid oils, frequently cause skin diseases. For washing at all tines, and bringing the skin to a soft, pliable, healthy condition, Sulpholine Soap holds the first place. Its odour is very pleasant, and the Soap not expensive. Tablets, 6d each. LIVER COMPLAINTS, BILIOUSNESS, INDIGESTION, jCtTRKP BY STOMACH DERANGEMENTS, DR. RING'S DANDELION & QUININE LIVER PILLS (Without mercury) Act effectively on the liver, and, whilst mildly aperient, are all that can be desired. Dr King's famous Pills purify and clear the entire system by freeing the liver causing tha afrwninnli pe*r form its functions, quickly and entirely removing all feeling of headache, dizziness, oppressions at chest and back, disagreeable taste, nausea, indigestion, spasm, sensation of heaviness, and irritating depression attend- ing bilious attacks ru! )i*«i tlmMKwmabt, > BE SURE TO HAVE DR. KINO'S PUM. 11 SOLI) •^EATING'S COUGH LOZENGES. "94. Commercial-read. Peckham, July 12, imp Dear 81T,-I am a poor hand at expressing my feel- ings, but I should like to thank you. Yoor lozenges have done wonders in relieving my terrible cough Since I had the operation of Tracheotomy' (the same as the late Emperor of Germany, and unlike him thank God, I am still alive) performed at St. Bartholo- mew's Hospital, no one could possibly have had a more violent cough; it was so bad at times that it qnite exhausted me. The mucus, which was very copious and har l, has been softened, and I have been able to get rid of it without difficulty.—I am, sir, yours truly. J. HILL.' "jjTTERLY UNRIVALLED. The above speaks for itself. From strict inquiry it appeaw that the benefit from using Keating's Cough Lozeages is understated. The operation was a specially severe one, and was perfonnedby the specialist, Dr H. T. Butlin, of St. Bartholomew's Hospital. Since the operation the only means of relief is the use of these Lozenges. So successful are they that one affords immediate benefit, although from the nature-of the ease the throat irritation is intense. WEIGHT IN GOLD. Under date Sept. 8, Mr Hill writes :1 should long since have been dead but for your Lozenges— they are worth their weight in gold. I will gladly see and Cell anyone what a splendid cough remedy they are. Keating's Lozenges are sold in tins, Is 114d each The unrivalled remedy for COUGJK, HOARSENESS and XHROAT TROUBLES il80 30o Saks btr ^nriiott* TO COLLIERY PROPRIETORS. LAMP MANU- FACTURERS. AND OTHERS. "\f~ESSRS FULLER, HORSEY, SONS, JLvJL and CASSELL are instructed to SELL by AUCTION, in Lots, at their Offices, 11, Billiter-square. London. E.C., on WEDNESDAY, December 13tb, at a precisely. 3,000 THORNEBURRY MINERS' SAFETY LAMPS, The first Lot comprising the VALUABLE LETTERS PATENT under which they are made. The Lamps are stored at Pentonville, where they may be viewed by orders. Catalogues had of Messrs Newton, Jenkins, a.nd Co., 18, St. Swithin's-lane, London, E.C.; and of the Auctioneers, at their Offices as above. 15242 11nhIi, Notices. COUNTY BOROUGH OF CARDIFF. FAIRS FOR HORSES, CATTLE, SHEEP, SWINE, AND OTHER ANIMALS. NEW FAIRS will be held at CANTON MARKET, CARDIFF, on the FIRST MONDAY IN EACH MONTH during the year 1894. By order, 15241 J. I,. WHEATLEY, Town Clerk. THE" REST" CONVALESCENT X HOME, PORTHCAWL. » > BRIDGEND, GLAMORGANSHIRE, 30th November, 1893. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the "Rest" will CLOSE FOR THE RECEPTION of PATIENTS on WEDNESDAY NEXT, the 6th December. It will, however, be Re.opened at any time during the Winter if as many as Ten Patients apply for Admission. Patients may meanwhile be received by special arrangements with the Manager, for particulars ef which Hpply to the Manager of the Rest," Porthcawl. 15244 S. H. 8TOCKWOOD, Secretary. < £ filtration. COWBRLDGK GREAT HOUSE SCHOOL FOR GIRLS PRINCIPALS— Mas AND THE MISSES CULVER WELL. 1024 7833 NEWPORT. MAINDEECOLLEGE, Newport.— High- -A.vJ- class. Select, Modern. Boarders and Day Scholars. Principal, EDGAR WILLIAMS. M.A., B.D. (Edin.). SWANSEA. IRLS' BOARDING & DAY SCHOOL, BELLE VUE, SWANSEA. Principals, the Misses PHILLIPS, assisted by resident English and Foreign Governesses and visiting; Masters. The house is pleasantly situated in its own grounds, on a hill, and overlooking the sea. 14580 TAUNTON. TTNDEPENDENTCOLLEGE, JL TAUNTON. A HIGH-CLASS PUBLW SCHOOL FOR BOYS. PRINCIPAL: REV. F. W. AVELING, M.A., B.Se. A THOROUGH COMMERCIAL AND CLASSICAL EDUCATION. SEPARATE JUNIOR SCHOOL FOR BOYS UNDER 11. [LADY SUPERINTENDENT MISS LILIAN H. TUBBS.) SEVERAL SCHOLARSHIPS. FEES FROM Bll PER TERM ALBERT GOODMAN, Secretary ——— 12413 The Next Term commences Tuesday, Sept. 12th, 1893. STROUD. QTROUD LADIES' COLLEGE, kj BEECHES GREEN. STROUD, GLOUCES. TERSHIRE. Principals The Misses HOWARD, assisted by a Lady-graduate (B.A., London), and ten other Resident Mistresses and Attendant Professors. 15023 fBtulfcittg ^ocutus. PRINCIPALITY PERMANENT JL INVESTMENT "JgUILDING SOCIETY ^1 per cent. on DEPOSITS—Short Notice. 4: percent. onLARGEDEPOSITSforOneYear. 1 par cent, on PREFERENTIAL SHARES. APPLY FOR THE 33RD ANNUAL REPORT and prospectus to W. SANDERS, MANAGING SEC., 28, St. Mary-street, Cardiff. AGENTS—Newport: Mr J. M. WOOD, 24, High-street. Penarth and Barry Mr D. H. EDMONDS, 23, High-street, Penarth. 1023-7422 Ebbw Vale Mr J. A. DAVIES, Ida-place. rfTHE TAUNTON AND WEST OF A ENGLAND PERPETUAL BENEFIT BUILD ING SOCIETY. ESTABUSHSD 1357. INCORPORATED 1885. OHUCES 3, HAMMBMTREET. TAUNTON. SECRKTART: MR ALBERT OOODMAN.' BORROWING SHARES, £ 60 EACH. SUMS of MOBffiY are ready to be advanced on security of any description of real property—freehold, leasehold, or copyhold—on the most equitable terms the. principal and interest repayable by Monthly Instal dents. INVESTING SHARES, £60 EACH, realised in about 13 years and 4 months by Monthly Payments of Five Shillings per share. FULLY PAID-UP SHARES, bearing a fixed rate of interest, payable half-yearly, or allowed to accumulate. DEPOSITS received. Interest at 4 per cent. per annum, payable half-yearly, or may accumulate. Prospectuses, or any further particulars, may be ob- tained on application to the Secretary, as above, or to Mr T. WEBBER, 189 25, Queen-street Arcade, Cardiff. GERMS, BACTERIA, OR MICROBES CAUSE DISEASE. WM. JJADAM"S MICROBE FILLER. R M K destroys and removes them, pnrifles R M K R M K the blood and strengthens the con- R M K R M K stitution. It is perfectly harmless R M K II. M K tQ the system, so may be given to RrM K R M K the youngest child as well as to R M K R M K adults. Numbers fif Cardiff's in- R M K R M K habitants have testified to its cura- R M K R M K tive powers. Amongst others, Mr R M K R M K Joshua Harry, 10, Brunei-street, R M K R M K Riverside, Cardiff, Diabetes," R M K R M K "I have suffered for eight years R M K R M K very severely. Have been treated ^ME R M K by six doctors and physicians, yet R M K R M K nothing of theirs s..emetl to do me R M K R M K any good. Commenced M. K. R M K R M K After taking three jars was weU R M K R M K enough to return to my work." R M K R M K ——— R M K RMK Mr Jos, Hellard, 32,Llandaff-road, R 1d It R M K Canton, Cardiff. My boy, aged RMK RMK four years, had a serious case of RMK RMK Diptheria. I used M. K., and in RMK RMK three days the child was entirely RMK RMK well." RMK BMK ——— RMK RMK Mr W. E. Davies, 9. Tynant- RMK RMK street, Upper Grangetown, Cardiff. RMK RMK My two children were both RMK RMK down with Scarlet Fever. Microbe RMK RMK Killer cured both." RMK RMK ——— RMK RMK Full particulars, with Testimon- RMK RMK ials, posted free to any address. RMK R M It Sole Agent for sale in Cardiff, New. RMK RMK port, and the Valleys, RMK BMK E. LOVE. RMK RMK 15, Queen-street Arcade, and *.53, R M K RMK Arran-street. Roath, Cardiff. R M K R M K .Night and Sunday Address. RMK R. 1\1 K Head Office: 15176 B M K It. M K 111, Oxford-street, London, W. B M K A WONDERFUL MEDICINE. BEECHASFS" PILLS. ARE universally admitted to be worth' a GUINEA A Box for bilious and nervous dis. orders, such as wind and pain in the stomach; sick headache, giddiness, fulness and swelling after meals, dizziness and drowsiness, cold chills, flushingsof heat, loss of appetite, shortness of breath, costtveness, senrvy, blotches on the skin, disturbed sleep, frightful dreams, and all nervous and trembling sensations, Ac. The first does will give relief in twenty minutes. Every sufferer is earnestly invited to try one bo* 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 & few doses of them carry off all humours, and bring about aU that is required. No female should be without them. There is no medicine to be found equal to BEECHAM'S PILLS for removing any ob- struction or irregularity of the liystem. If taken according to the directions given with each box they willsoon restore females of all ages to sound and rabwitbeattbx.wTMs ba»,b««n proved by thousands who have tried them, and found the benefits which are insured by their use. e, For a weak stomach, impaired rfiyngt.mn, and all clisordersof the liver, they act like '"MAGIC," and a ptw djpWMf • will be found to work wonders upon Ike inoet important organs in the human machine. They strengthen the whole muscular system, re- store the long lost complexion, bring back the keen edge of appetite, and aiouse into action with the ROSEBUD of health the whole physical energy of the human frame. Those are •FACTS testified continually by members of all classes of society, and one of the best guarantees to the nervous and debilitated is that BEECHAM'S PILLS have the largest sale of aay patent meJicine in the world." BEECHAM'S MAGIC COUGH PILLS, as a remedy for Coughs in general, asthma, bronchial affections, hoarseness, shortness of breath, tightness and oppression of the chest, wheezing, &c.( these Pills stand unrivalled. They are the best ever offered to the public, and will speedily remove that sense of oppres- sion and difficulty of breathing which nightly deprive the patient of rest. Let any person give BEECFIAH'S COUGH PILLS a trial, and the most violent cough will in a short time be removed. Prepared only, and sold wholesale and retail, by tho Proprietor, T. Beecham, St Helen's, Lancashire, in boxes at 9%11. Is 1 %d, and 2s 9d each. Sold by all Druggists and Patent Medicine Dealers everywhere. N.B.—Fall directions are given with each box. 15034 BETTER TO BE BORN LUCKY THAN RICH.—J. THOMPSON, 44, Oxford-street, Swansea, has discovered a new remedy in the extract of Burdock for all diseases of the Blood, Stomach, Liver, and Kidneys. Thousands of cures have been effected by the power of these wonderful Pills after all other medicines have completely failed—a proof that foulness1 pi the blood is the sole cause of every disease, as wel i as the life of every living creature. Therefore, at thl^ apringoftheyear, and during the hot weather, the Great Blood Purifier THOMPSON'S BURDOCK PILLS. phould be freely taken, as they purify the foulest state of the blood. A few doses cleanse and strengthen- the stomach, regulate the bowels, and remove all diseases of the liver and kidneys. Pains in the head, and all derangements of the nervous system are speedily and effectually cured by the same extraordi- nary medicine. All sufferers are highly recommended to try them. Sold by all Chemists and Patent Medicine Vendor* in b9*e§9d la l%d and 2» each. 3120 fJtiMir Campatros, &t. jyjOUNTAIN ASH LOCAL BOARD. ISSUE OF 2112,000 MOUNTAIN ASH THREE PER CENT. REDEEMABLE STOCK, Authorised by the Mountain Ash Local Board Acts of 1886 and 1891, the Public He 1th Act of 1875, and the. Local Government Board. Interest payable quarterly on 1st December, 1st March, 1st June, and 1st. September. A FULL THREE MONTHS INTEREST WILL BE PAID ON 1ST OF MARCH. 1894. MINI- MUM PRICE OF ISSUE 96 PER CENT. THE LONDON AND PROVINCIAL BANK, LIMITED, are authorised by Resolution of the Moun- tain Ash Local Board to receive TENDERS for £112,000 Mountaip Ash Local Board Redeemable Stock (free from Stamp Duty), bearing interest at 3 per cent. per annum, payable Quarterly, at their Banking House, 7, Bank-buildings, Lothbury, London. The Stock will be redeemed at par on 1st December, 19113, or at the same plice, at the option of the Local Board, on and after 1st December, 1913, on giviug three months' notice, unless previously cancelled by purchase either in the open market or by agreement with the Stockholders. This issue of Stock is authorised by the above- mentioned Acts, and by a Consent Order of the Local Government Board made under the regulations prescribed by the Board in pursuance of the Public Health Acts Amendments Act. 1890. The regulations require the Local Board to provide a Stock (Dividends) Fund for payment of the interest on the Stock, also a Stock (Redemption) Fund for the redemption or purchase and extinction of the Stock, and for annual returns to be made to the Local Government Board, and that Board have power to regulate the amounts to be from time to time con- tributed to the Redemption Fund. This issue of stock is made to enable the Local Board to repay certain existing loans amounting to £93.812 3s 8d, which have been mainly applied in or towards the purchase and construction of gas and waterworks, pro- viding a Cemetery, Hospital, Town-hall, Sewerage- Worb, Street Improvement and other Public Works, most of which are of a highly remunerative character,, and to provide further moneys for expenditure under the above heads. The Stock wiU be a first charge on the revenue of the Local Board, derived from Gas Works, Water Works, Cemeteries, Hospital, Town-hall, and on the District Fund and General District, Rate, and all other funds and rates established and leviable by the Local Board. The Local Board have power and are obliged to levy, whatever rates may bo necessary tor the service of this Loan. Tl'0 ratable value of the District is £97,328 7s 6d. The rates in the £ per annum for Local Board pur- poses for the last four years have been as follows :— In 1890 in the £ I In 1892 2/3 in the £ In 1891 2/- in the £ | In 1893 2/7 in the £ The population of the District, according to the census of 1831, was 10,295, according to that of 1891, it was 17,496, and it is now estimated at upwards of 20,000. The mineral resources of the District may be best appreciated by reading the following report furnished by Mr T. Forster Brown :— Guildhall-chambers, Cardiff, "28th November, 1893. Dear Sir,—la reply to your letter of the 21st instant, requesting me to report to you on the mineral resources of the Mountain Ash Local Board District as now constituted, I bej; to report as follows :— The whole of the district, which comprises 10,430 acres, is situate in the heart of the area of best quality of South Wales Steam Coal, and includes portions of Messrs Nixons, Penrikyber, Ocean, Powell Duffryn, Ffrndale, Albion, National, Havod, and Great Western Collieries, and the Dowlais Company's New Colliery taking. I estimate the qnantity of Steam Coal of good quality remaining unworked in the district at 366,359,100 tons. The average rate of Steam Coal output during the last five years from the Mountain Ash Local Board area was 1,455,029 tons per annum, and at this rate of output the best Coal resources wilt last 250 years. J. W. Jones, Esq., Yours truly. Chairman, T. FORSTER BROWN: Mountain Ash Local Board. The Stock will be inscribed in the books of the Local Board kept by the London and Provincial Bank, Limited, 7, Bank-buildings, Lothburyi where transfers will be made without charge and free from stamp duty by personal attendance or by attorney. The interest will be paid by warrants, which will be sent by post at the stockholder's risk to the holder first named in the account unless instructions to the contrary have been received. Tenders on the form accompanying the Prospectus must be deliveied at the London and Provincial Bank, Limited, 7, Bank-buildings, Lothbury, London, or any of its branches, before four o'clock on Monday, the 11th day of December, 1893, and they will be opened at the Head Office of the Bank, 7, Bank-buildings, Lothbury, on Tuesday, the 12th instant, at 11 o'clock. in the presence of a representative of the Local Board and oi such applicants as may attend. Tenders must be enclosed in a sealed envelope marked on the outside Tender for Mountain Ash Stock." The minimum price below which no Tender will be aocepted is fixed at £9ó for every B100 of Stock. No Tender will be accepted for a less sum of Stock than £ 50, and when exceeding that amount should be in Mims which should be multiples of £10. Tenders at a price including fractions of a shilling other than six- pence will not be preferentially accepted. Power is reserved to reject any Tender not considered satisfac- tory, although above the minimum price fixed, and Tenders at the lowest price accepted will be sub- ject to a pro rata diminution. Tenders must be accom- panied by a deposit of £5 per cent. on the nominal amonnt of Stock tendered for. Where no allotment is made the deposit will be re- turned in full, and in case of a partial allotment the balanoQ of the deposit will be applied towards the pay- ments due on allotment. If default bo made in payment of any instalment at its proper d'tte, the deposit and instalment paid will be liable to forfeiture. The instalments shall be payable as follows :— On Application—S5 per cent. of the nominal amount of Stock tendered for. On Allotment-Such a sum as when added to the deposit will leave £60 per £100 Stock to be paid. On 15th January next-The balance of jB60 per cent. Payment in full under discount of Two per cent. per annum may be ma le on allotment. Scrip Certificates will be issued in exchange for Allotment Letters after-payment of the amount due on allotment, and such Certificates, when paid in full, will be at once convertible into inscribed Stock. Application for a quotation in the Official List of the London Stock Exchange wiU be applied for in dne course. Tenders must be on the printed form, which, with the prospectus, can be obtained of the London and Provincial Bank, Limited, 7, Bank Buildings, Loth- bury. London, or at any of its Branches; of Me-srs Co-ttes, Son and Co., Brokers, 99, Gresham-street, London, E.C.; of M ssrs Munns and Longden, Solici- tors, 8, Old Jewry, London or of Messrs Linton and C. and W. Kenshole, Solicitors, Cardiff. London, 6th December, 1893. 3183 15247 A T H AND gONS BEG TO OFFER P I A N 0 FOR T E S A NI> QRGAN-S By all the Leading Makers, at the lowest possible price-i for Cash, or on our NEW HIRE PURCHASE SYSTEM. MAGNIFICENT SHOW ROOMS. NEW AND INCREASED STOCK OF INSTRUMENTS Oftl>9 Newest Design and with all the most recent Improvements. INSPECTION INVITED. SEND FOR NEW LISTS AND DRAWINGS, POST FREE. R. J. HEATH & SONS, MUSICAL INSTRUMENT DEALERS, TUNERS AND REPAIRERS, 51, QUEEN-STREET, CARDIFF. 70, TAFF-STREET, PONTYPRIDD. FACTORY—LONDON. Instruments guaranteed for Seven Years, and Tuned free for One Year. Pianos Exchanged, Repaired and Tuned ill all parts of South Wales. Special Terms to Teachers, Schools, and Places of Worship. Canvassers wanted in all districts. 94 312e P. JplREEDMAN & CO., NEWPORT, SWANSEA, AND ELLIOT'S TOWN, Being Manufacturers of all they Sell Offer Better Terms than any other firm in the Trade. THEIR STOCK OF £30,000 IS INDESCRIBABLE- Special Lines in— HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, BRASS AND IRON BEDSTEADS, BEDS AND PALLIASSES, CARPETS, RUGS, LINOLEUMS, OVERMANTELS, &c., And every other Article that ia required for House Furnishing. Illustrated Catalogues Free. FURNISH ON TItEm EASY INSTALMENT PLAN. £5 Worth 2s Od per Week. mo „ 3s Od :£15 „ 4s Od „ £ 20 „ 5a6d £ 30 „ 7s 6d ,1 jBSO „ lOsOd B100 „ 15s Od., Goods Delivered Free to any Distance. Note our Address :— NEWPORT 1, 2, 3, & 4, Market Build. ings, Dock.street. SWANSEA 34, High-street. 13596 1258 NEW TREDEGAR: ELLIOT'S TOWN. *171 P P S'S GRATEFUL, COMFORTING. BREAKFAST—SUPPER. C O-C O A BOILING WATER OR MILK, B15240 2743 — FOR COUGHS,rCOLDS, ASTHMA, JJRONCHITIS, AND NEURALGIA. R J. COLLIS BROWNE'S CHLORO- DYNE.—Vice-Chancellor Sir W. Page Wood stated publicly in court that Dr J. Collis Browne was undoubtedly the inventor of Chlorodyne, that the whole story of the defendant Freeman was deliberately nntrue, and he regretted to say it had been sworn to.— See The Times," July 13,1864. DR J. COLLIS BROWNE'S CHLORO- DYNE.—The Right Hon. Earl Runsell com- municated to the College of Physicians and J. T. Davenport that he had received information to the effect that the only remedy of any service in cholera was Chlorodyne.—See Lancet," Dec. 31,1868. DR J. COLLIS BROWNE'S CHLORO- DYNE.—Extract from the Medical Times," Jan. 12. 1866 :—" It is prescribed by scores of orthodox practitioners. Of course, it would not be thus singu. larly popular did it not supply a want and fill a place." DRJ. COLLIS BROWNE'S CHLORO. DYNE is the best and most certain remedy in coughs, coMf, asthma, consumption, neuralgia, rheu- matism, Ac. R J. COLLIS BROWNE'S CHLORO-^ DYNE is a certain care in cholera, dysentery, diarrhoea, Ac. T|R J. COLLIS BROWNE'S CHLORO- DYNE.-7OAUTION.—None genuine without the words "Dr J. Collin Browne's Chlorodyne" on the Government stamp. Overwhelming medical testimony accompanies each bottle. Sole manufacturer, J. P. DAVENPORT, 33, Great Russell-terrace, Blooms- b^London. Sold ia botUes, Is l%d,^9d,4s6d, itoinigg Jlftftriggis. JP I A NOP ORTES is. G-R E A T E D U 0 T I O N ¡ IN PRICES FOR THE COMING } SEASON. gEYAS AND QOMP,ANY, i LIMITED, rpHE QARDIFF j^URNISHERS," Having made special arrangements with the Manufacturers for a continuous supply of the CELEBRATED THIRTY-GUINEA IRON .FRAMED BRASS PIN-PLATE ^TALNTTT AND Q. 0 L I* jpi AN-OFOR TE. (Ton Years' Warnnty) IWILL SELL-THIS SPLENDID, INSTRU- MENT At.the Remarkably Low Price of rp WENT Y-FIVE Q.UINEAS The Magnificent Overstrung KING OF ALL PIANOFORTES,' FORTY GUINEAS. This grand .instrument is fuUy equal to those often sold at Sixty Guineas each. imURNITURE JglURNITURE I As the Largest Furnishers in this part of the Kingdom, B. and Co. supply every description of I HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, CARPETS, LINOLEUMS, &o., At prices far and away below those of their competitors 1 ILLUSTRATED CATALOGUES GRATIS. DELIVERY FREE 1 BEVAN" AND COMPANY, C ARDI F F, NB W-P.,O B T-i-. AND JpONTYPOOL, i 2371 15202 762a I BASS AND CO'S PALE AND MILD ALES, • .V* 'BREWINGS! fcslSf -MW BE HAD IN PRIME CONDITION. IN CASKS OR BOTTLES, OF FULTON, DUNLOP, AND CO. ^CABEta?r 114 J :1 IN USE 100 YEARS. 1 THE JpOOR J^JAN'S JjtRIEND. SKIN DISEASES. fchis valuable Ointment (as., originally prepared by G. L., OI KIN DISEASES. ROBERTS. M.D.) is an unfailing >0 remedy for wounds of every £ 3 KIN DISEASES, description, Scorbutic Ernp-, |>0 tions, Burns, Inflamed Eyes, OKIN DISEASES. <fec. SKIN DISEASES. R0BERTS' £ 3 ALTERATIVE BLOOD AND SKIN DISEASES. SKIN PILLS. for the Blood and Skin, are Oi KIN DISEASES, very effectual in the cure of that form of skin disease which KIN DISEASES, shows itselt in painful cracks in the skin, and scaly diseases SKIN DISEASES, generally. Sold at Is iy2d, 2s 9d, by the SKIN DISEASES. Proprietors, Bfidport, and by Chemists. 15137 GPORT AND ^NECDOTE, OUR WEEKLY COLUMN OF CHAT AND REMINISCENCE, BY "AN QLD JJLOGEY." OUR READERS will be interested in know- ing that our esteemed contributor, "'AN OLD FOGEY," has arranged to DISCUSS ONE TOPICAL SUBJECT WEEKLY —something of seasonable interest-and then deal with other subjects in. a general manner. UNDER THE HEADING, JGPORT AND NECDOTE, BY AN OLD FOGEY," Articles have recently appeared on The Eaton Hall Stud," "The Jockey Club," "Arthur j Shrewsbury the-Career of a Cricketer," "Sport jat Bisley," and "Bormng a* an Exercise." -0: A MONG FUTURE SUBJECTS TO BE WRITTEN UPON OUR CONTRI BUTOR ANNOUNCES THE FOL. LOWING :— THE OFFICIALS OF THE TURF: Six -L BEIEF BIOGRAPHIES. SPORTS AND PASTIMES FOR LADIES; SIR JOHN ASTLEY: A SKETCH OB- THB SPORTING BABONET. JpiISHERMEN'S FEATS AND FABLES. THE COMING FOOTBALL CAMPAIGN. THE RACE FOR THE ST. LEGER COUNTY CRICKET, JOCKEYS5 JOKES. J1' JplOOTBALL REPORTERS. JNFLUENCE OF SPORT ON CHARACTER JJIOX HUNTING. rpHE SEAMY SIDE OF THE TURF. jglX CELEBRATED RACE HORSES. THE USE AND ABUSE OF GYMNAS. TICS, &C., &C. In addition to the above, each Letter willin. elude GOSSIPY and GARRULOUS CHAT on CONTEMPORARY SPORTING TOPICS. The above Programme is subject to variation in the event of any unforeseen contingency, such as the death of a prominent sportsman, er any:, other circumstance of great importance. i rOB GPORT AND ANECDOTE. A WE EKLY ARTICLE OF GENERAL INTEREST, BY "AN OLD FOGEY." sn OUR COLUMNS. All Inquiries should1 addressed, EDITOR' c/o An Old Fogey." S %ttgtmag ^ftftrigggg. THE A TLAS JpURNISHING 0OMPANY, Y IMITED, THE COLOSSAL FURNISHING PALACE, THE HAYES gUILDINGS,, CAR D IFF. GRAND ARTISTIC DISPLAY1 OF NEW PRODUCTIONS IN F U R N I T'U R Ei THE LARGEST BUILDING IN THE PRINCIPALITY. Devoted entirely to the Furnishing Trade THE VERY LARGEST, BEST-SELECTED, AND4 NEWEST STOCK OF FURNITURE, 1 BEDDING BEDSTEADS, OFFICE FURNI- CARPETS, TURE. PIANOS, FITTINGS, ORGANS, WATCHES, HARMONIUMS, CLOCKS, LINOLEUMS. ORNAMENTS, TOILET WARE, &o.,&o.. And all Household Requisites in any one Establish- ment out of London. AIr Goods made and finished in our own Workshtms, under our personal supervision. Worfc, make, quality, and finish guaranteed. We shall j esteem it a pleasure to show visitors, "if purchasers |0 £ 'j. over our Extensive New Premises, Work- shops, tfsc., so that all can see Furniture in its various stages of manufacture. it All Goods Delivered Carriage Free within 100 Miles. LARGEST, CHEAPEST, AND BEST HOUSE FURNISHERS IN WALES OR WEST OF ENGLAND.. Special Low Prices for Caslv or on our Now Hire' Purchase; System. NEW ILLUSTRATED CATALOGUES POST FREE. ^TLAS jpi URNISHING COMPANY,: r IMITED, THE JJAYES TDUILDINGS, CARDIFF H772i; "ftULlMAN'S IN MASHONALAND. qflLLlMAN'S IN MASHONALAND. JgjLLlMAN'S IN MASHONALAND. TfJLLlMAN'S IN MASHONALAND. TfJLLlMAN'S IN MASHONALAND. ■* Read the following extract from the Journal o £ G. W. Km'sht-Bruce, Bishop of Mashonaland, I— I offered a man £1 for half a bottle of Elliman's Embrocation, but he strongly pre- ferred the Embrocation to the Bl, as one might be replaced, the other not." JjULlMAN'S IN MASHONALAND. _u JjULlMAN'S IN MASHONALAND. LLIMAYS IN MASHONALAND. -*—* Read the following extract) from the Joarnal of BlShopG. W. Knight-Bruce, Bishop of Mashonaland, 1892 "I offered a man Bl for half a. bottle of Elliman's Embrocation, but he strongly pre. ferred the Embrocation to the Sl, as one might be replaced, the other not." JjULIMAN'S IN MASHONALAND. JJLLIMAN'S IN MASHONALAND. JgJLLIMAN'S IN MASHONALAND. "JjULIMAN'S IN MASHONALAND. Read the following extract from the Journal of Bishop G. W. Knizht-Bruce, Bishop of Mashonaland^ 1392:— "I offered a man £1 for half a bottle of Elliman's Embrocation, but he strongly pre. ferred the Embrocation to the al, as one might- be replaced, the other not." JjULIMAN'S IN MASHONALAND. JjULIMAN'S IN MASHONALAND. JjULIMAN'S IN MASHONALAND. "EULIMAN'S UNIVERSAL EMBROCA- -J TION for Rheumatism, Lumbago, Sprains, praises, Cuts, Sore Throat from Cold, Chest Colds, Stiffness &c, 13871 Is lx/id and 2s 9d. Prepared only by ELLIMAN, SONS. & CO., Slough, England. LA.1) I E 8■' W0SDSrt ..jm. w ?., Is warranted superior to Steel, Pennyroyal, aad all other remedies; for all irregularities of the system. t Saves doctors bills and relieves all distressing symptoms. Full particulars of this remarkable Medicine 'will be forwarded free of charge on receipt of a stamped addressed envelope. ADDRESS MRS C. A. WHITE, S.F.D., 328, HIGH HOLBORN, LONDON. 15186 (nEORGE^PltEATSD (i&A VEL PILLS are now recognised by all as being the best Medi- cine yet discovered for PILE and GRAVEL, as well as for the following pains, which, in 99 cases out of every 100, are caused by these painful maladies Pain in the Back, Flatulency, Griping, Colic, a Sense of Weight in the Back and Loins, Darting Pains in the region of the Heart, Liver. and Kidneys, Conatipa tion. Pains in the Thighs, some- J times shooting down ta the calf of the Leg and Foot; Suppression and Retention of Urine Pains in the Stomach, and all Liver Complaints. Thousands have been cured by these Pills, and many who have been pronounced hopeless have been thoroughly restored to health by their use. One Box wfll convince the most sceptical of their efficacy.. In order to suit all who may be suffering from ONE or BOTH of these Maladies, the Proprietor prepares this Vegetable Remedy in the following form ;— No. L—GEORGE'S PILE AND GRAVEL PILLS. No. 2.—GEORGE'S GRAVEL PILLS. No. 3.-GEORGE'S PILLS FOR THE PILES. Important Testimonials from Doctors, Chemists, and Invalids, from all parts of the country, will be for- warded to any address on receipt of a stamped envelope. Sold in Boxes, Is l%d and 2s 9d, by all respectable Chemists. By Post, Is 4d and 3s in Postage Stamps. Every box is protected bv the Government Stamp.' NOTICE.—The title PILE and GRAVEL PILLS" is Copyright. Proprietor—J. E. GEORGE, M.R.P.S., Hirwain,^ Glamorgan. Sample testimonial of what the post daily brings ■' Please read and judge for yourself. Merthyr.B Dear Sir,—One of my sons went out to Canada last May, and settled down in the neighbourhood of on Springs. Lambton, Ontario, having taken to the farm- ing business. Some months ago he wrote home saying he had been on the sick list for several weeks suffering fearfully from piles, which had rendered him too weak to do any manual labour. Immediately I received his letter I went to Messrs Peclnr"* and had a supply of your pills, which I forwarded to him. Three weeks ago he wrote home saying that your pills had done him some wonderful good. Before he had finished one box he was able to start work again. Last night I bad another letter from him, stating that to all appear Ances the disease had left him, ana he was in his usual health. Having accidentally heard that ttiman living 4n the same neighbourhood had been a gppat sufferers from piles for over twenty years, my SOUL sought him out, and gave him half of the box he had. (Witnin four days the man was jumping with joy fsHttn the good effects of your pills. Having received so" much benefit from your pills personally, and witnessing' their good effects on toe man referred to, my son is very anxious that other sufferers may know of them, and receive the Same benefit from them as he had himself.—Yoms faithfully, JOSEPH WILLIAMS, Publisher of Tyst a/r Dydd newspaper and "CenadHedd" magazine. Mr J. J?. George, M.R.P.S., Hirwain. 4979 — LUNG SAVE YOUR LIVES BY TAKING TONIC- ill! S }S || LUNG ,C, THE MR3HTY HEALE&. r"' TONIC LUNG It has a power over diseases hither- TONIC LUNG to unknown In medicine. TONIC LUNG Aw yew at all weak-chested, or TONIC LUKG 0»e^Consu»fcptiv«r with JQNIQ LUNG just a touch of coujjhmow and then 7 TONIC LUNG "Try this Wonderful Medicine. TONIC LUNG The Cough and Weakness will dis- TONIC LUNG appear as if by magic, and you will TONIC LUNG feel a strength and power you never TONIC LUNG had before. TONIC LUNG HAVE YOU A COUGH? TONIC LUNG A DOSE WILL RELIEVE IT. TONIC LUNG HAVE YOU A COLD T TONIC LUNG A DOSE AT BEDTIME WILL TONIC LUNG REMOVE IT. TONIC LUNG Bronchitis and Asthma it relieves TONIC LUNG instantly. TONIC LUNG The ..Spasms of Coughing so dread- TONIC LUNG ful m Whooping Cough become less TONIC LUNG with each dose of the medicine. TONIC LUNG My youngest daughter was cured TONIC LUNG of a very heavy cold before t>he had TONIC LUNG taken the second bottle when in a TONIC LUNG weak state, and has been stronger TONIC LUNG ever since. All my family use it now TONIC < LUNG with great benefit when they have TONIC XiUNG colds.—E. EVANS, Chapel House, TONlc LUNG Abermule." TONIC LUNG Your Lung Tonic I have used for TONIC LUNG years. I think it my duty to let Bath- TONIC I LUNG ers know how valuable a medicine TONIC LUNG it is fpr the cure of colds. Ihavefound TONIC LUNG invaluable benefit from it, and could TONIC LUNG not carry on my profession without TONIC XUNG it.—-M. BIBBERO. Professor of Swim- TONIC LUNG ming, 416, Mile End-rood, London." TONIC XUNG Prepared by W. T. OWBRIDGE, TONIC LUNG Chemist, Hu<l. Bold in Bottles, Is TONIC 'LUNG l%d, 2s 9d, 4s 6d, and 11?, by all TONIC .LUNG Chemists and Patent Medicine Ven- TONTC. LUNG- dors, Wholesale, all London and Pro- IONIC Ivirtual Houses. 137(1-1158 TONIC |~ V Ef R Y N AN MIA suffering frcm NERVOUS and PHYSICAL DEBILITY should send for a valuable pamphlet explaining how; all nervous and organic derangements may be success- fully treated without stomach medication. The method, is easy and pleasant, and will effect a perfect and per- ■ .manent cure. Sent, sealed, post free.—Address E.. iSORTON. 8491. HIGH HOLBORN, LONDON, AYC.1 f Wxtsimss Jlflftrusgig, „ R NFLUENZAJ -A- (LA GRIPPE). There can; be little donbt that Influenza is as prevalent now in L uwwiri T wxtAu. I.HL? COUUTRY AS it has ever been » rivis v ALBNtci. nut as we are more accustomed to j; it it attracts less attention. The symptoms are so wellknown ns to require no description, but u the causes are less understood. It L is, however, certain that when the | CAUoES. system has run down and is in what is termed a low condition, that it is peculiarly liable to an attack of INFLUENZA, OR LA GRIPPE Many remedies have been sug- TREATMENT Rested, but itisgeneraJv acknow- DIET, ledger! hat the best treatment is WARMTH, nourishing food, warmth, and a TONIC. good tonic. The best tonic is QUININE. And it hay been clearly demon- QUININE strated that the best and most THE effective way of administering BEST TONIC. Quinine w the form of GWH.YM EVANS QUININE BITTERS. These Bitters have many advan- ADVANTAGES OF tages, which aro now fully tGcoff- GWILYM nised:- EVANS' 1. They are PURELY VEGE- QUININE TABLE, and are a. pleasant and BITTERS. safe way of taking Quinine. PURELY 2. They have stood the test of VEGETABLE. TWENTY YEARS, and are acknowledged to be a> HAPPY HAPPY COMBINATION of the Best COMBINATION Medicinal Plants yet discovered, OF THE BEST such as Quinine, Sfiraaparilla, MEDICINAL Lavender, Gentian, Dandelion, PLANTS etc., mixed in scientific propor- SCIENTIFICALLY tions, and forming a Tonic prena- PREPARED. ration which is ABSOLUTELY UNEQUALLED. 3. We claim that by taking a A CERTAIN dose of these Quinine Bitters PREVENTATIVE, daily-say about 11 o'clock—and thus keeping the system in good order, INFLUENZA. CAN BE KEPT OFF t 4. We also claim that after an » RESTORES attack of Influenza, when the STRENGTH patient is suffering from extreme AND weakness, lassitude, and low SPIRITS. spirits, there is no preparation yet discovered yet equal to GWILYM EVANS' QUININE BITTERS To strengthen the system and revive the spirits. The testimonials to its efficacy which have been received are numerous and reliable. r TESTIMONIALS. SPECIMENS OF TESTI- >• "J MONIALS. I,' Greentle1d-cottages. 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