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(Eiruratiottal. COLLIERY Officials and Miners.—Lessons by Post The surest road to promotion. Syllabus Id stamp. —T. A. Southern, M.E., late H.M. Inspector of Mines, fhe Universa^Mining School, Derby. 327 j^itnitiions Vacant. I 12s to 153 weekly easily earned in spare time by either sex everywhere work can be done even- tigs. Send addressed envelope to Eclipse Works, 9, flayhouse Yard, Water-lane, London. 486 12s 6d a Week Salary offered to either Sex (for spare hours) everywhere the work can be done even- ings.—Send addressed envelope, in own handwriting, lo T. Smith and ((f."(F 177)^1. Helen's Gardens, North Kensington, London, W. ^uj^ncus. IJratelUrs. &r. WANTED, Foremen, Overlookers, Timekeepers, TV and others to form Clubs for the supply of Watches, Clocks. Jewellery, Cutlery, and all kinds of iomentie, useful, and ornamental Articles, by the well- known Arm of Fattorim and Sons, Bradford the largest Club business in England.—For terms, cata- logue, &c.. apply 27, Westgate, Bradford, Yorkshire ANTED, Agents, fonn Watch Clubs: marvel- VV lous value exceptional terms. Illustrated jatalogue free.—Matin, Burd and Co., 60, Hacton harden, London. 87 {to bt 1ttt.1taUSt5 1tanb. &r. mo Let, Dairy Farms in Dove Valley, from 15(rto 200 I I acres nearly all grass.—Apply C. H. Hollis, Doveridge, Derby. 15617 O -Itashuss ftoitusts, &c. TO Let, 3 Sets of. Rooms as Offices above "South Wales Daily News" Office, St. Mary-street.— Apply "Daily News," Cardiff. 15306 1291 lot alt. J GENTLEMEN, we sent over 500 Suits last season into Cardiff and district. What more do you want? No tailor can possibly compete with our All- wool Tweed and Serge Suits to measure at 35s 6d. Write for patterns {free).—The Woollen Company, Bradford. 387 THE MATRIMONIAL HERALD and FASHIONABLE MARRIAGE GAZETTE. Official Organ of The World'sGreatMarriageAssocia- tion (Limited). Est. 1883. Recommended by the Clergy. Brilliantly successful negotiations for 1894. Marvellous increase in marriages. Exclusively patron ttedby the Nobility, Professional and Commercial Classes throughout the British Empire. Its magnificent pd practically illimitable clientele daily augmented by private recommendations from associates happily Mid advantageously married. Charges merely nominal. Strict secrecy. In plain sealed envelope, 5d.—Editor, 10, Lamb's Conduit-street, London, W.C. 1284 • C^OUTH WALES PROPERTY GAZETTE.' A MONTHLY REGISTER OF KSTATISS, HOUSES, LANDS, Ac., to be LET or OLD in Wales, Monmouth- thire, West of England, &c. 1,000 Copies sent Monthly, post. free, tt) the leading inhabitants of Wales and Monmouthshire. Insertions free. Copies test-free, from Messrs HERN, Estate Agents Auctioneers, &c-. 74, St. Mary-street. Cardiff. 2444 TWENTY-Four Portraits, Stamp Size. for Is 6d jL 100 for 38 3d. Twelve Carte Portraits, 2s 6d Six for Is 6d. Six Cabinet Portraits, 3s Three for 2s. First-class Enlargements, any size, proportionately eap. Send Carte or Cabinet and Postal Order, and Ton will receive Highly-finished Copies, with Original. rrancis and Co., 29, Ludgate-hill, London. Estab- ttshed 1886. 15413 9tísttlhuuous. [T IS NONSENSE to be satisfied with any yeast when b-ead is one of the staple articles of food. Hoar bread should be sweet and nourishing, and to )ectu-e this the finest yeast must be used. Buy a *nown and tested brand. ASK FOR D.C.L." Most grocers sell it, but if you cannot get it write to THE DISTILLERS CO., LTD., EDINBURGH, \he sole manufacturers, who will give you the address If the nearest agent. 15472 ilore Agents Wanted. Samples sent for Four Stamps. Til ORNISH on our Now Hire Svstem. Houses or JT Apartments completely furnished on a new sys- '»va adopted solely by us, whereby ail publicity, exposure, and nquiriets usually made* by other com sanies are dispensed with. We have an immense stock f Household Furniture of cheap and superior quality U1 goods sold on the Hire System at ready-money rices. We make no extra charge for credit, and all joods sent home in a private van free of charge. No "tamp or agreement charges made; no bill of sale; 1tverythmg private. Arrangements completed without delay, ana, being manufacturers, we guarantee quality, and will undertake to supply furniture, etc., at 10 per sent less than any price-list issued by any firm in Cardiff. Eleven showrooms. Call a.ndinspectour im- aense stock, and compare prices before purchasing 1 sewhere. We will supply £6 worth for 2s 6d weekly B10 worth, 4s weekly jBlo worth for 5s weekly £2Q worth, 6s weekly and so on in proportion. Specia terms for larger quantities. Please note the Audi ess: SOUTH WALES FURNISHING COMPANY, 31, Castle-st. (opposite he Castle). Cardiff. iSIcriwjj. OAFA A A A TO LEND, BY THE PRO- £250,000 VINCIAL UNION BANK. in luma of B10 to £500, on NOTE OF HAND ALONE, •r on any other security, at a few hours' notice, to ill classes, repayable by easy instalments. No sureties required, amI no good application is ever refused. All communications strictly private. The business of this bank was originally established in 1863, and has grown to be the largest in the Kingdom »wia& to the honourable and straightforward manner In which it bas been conducted, the uniform courtesy tad prompt attention of its efficials having inspired the confidence and recommendation of its numerous l1stomers, The public are cautioned ¿1gainsl, loan .,ftiCeIJ and money lenders, whose only object is to ob- tain fees. If desired, an Official from the Bank ivill attend at applicant's residence with Cash, aud earry out the adnmce without DELA Y.Apply to the Manager, Western Branch, Mr Stanley Dowding, 1, Queen-square, Bristol. District Agent, Mr E. W. Webber, 3, Working street, Cardiff. 310 MESSRS W. AND S. HERN, ESTATE AGENTS. 1. 74, St. Mary-street, Cardiff, are prepare(1 to advance from £100 to £100,000 on Mortgage of Free- hold or Leasehold Property, and from 25') co £1,000 on personal security. 3664 IMPORTANT NOTICE.—If you want Money, send stamp for Prospectus before borrowing elsewhere, to Mr Pike, 43, Salisbury-road, Cardiff 14421 IS. FIELDING and CO., LIMITED, continue to advance from £ o to £ 1,000 on application, with- out delay. o publicity; no fees; low interest; easy repayments. Communications amI enquiries are treated in strict co fide lIce. Athance8 made in town or COUll try, Prospectuses free. or senli stampetl envelope to either of the Addresses below ;—Th Hayes Buildings. Car- diff; 1, Albert Chambers, Stow-hill, Newport; 4, St. Catharine-street (opposite Police-station), Pontypridd. 13&33 GEORGE'S GRAVEL PILLS are now recognised by all as being the best Medi- cine yet discovered for PILE and GRA VEL, 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, Constipation, Pains in the Thighs, some- times shooting down to the calf of the Leg and Foot Suppression and Retention of Urine; Pains in tbe St{)macb, 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 will convince the most sceptical of their efficacy. In ordel to snit all who may be suffering from ONE or BOTH of these Maladies, the Proprietor prepares tbis Vegetable Remedy in the following form ;— No. 1.—GEORGE'S PILE AND GRAVEL PILLS. No. 2.—GEORGE'S GRAVEL PILLS. No. PILLS FOR THE PILES. ImporUnt 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 1 %d and 2s 9d, by all respectable Chemists. By Post, Is 4d and 3s in Postage Stamps. Every box is protected by 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. Dear Sir,-one of my sons went out to Canada last May, and settled down in the neighbourhood of Oil Springs, Lamb ton, Ontario, having taken to the farm- ing business. 80me months ago he wrote home saying- be 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 bis letter I went to Messrs Pegl^i's and had a supply of your pills, wbich I forwarded to him. Three weeks ago he wrote home saying that your pills had done him 80me wonderful good. Before he had finished one box he waa able to start work again. Last night I had another letter from him, stating that to all appear ances the disease had left him, and he was in his usual health. Having accidentally heard that a man living in the same neighbourhood had been a great sufferer from piles for over twenty years, my sou sought him out, and gave him half of the box he had. Within four days the mau was jumpifag with joy from the good effects of your pills. Having received so much benefit from your pills personally, and witnessing their good effects on the man referred to, my son is very anxious that otber sufferers may know of them, and receive the same benefit from them as he had himself.- Yours faithfully, JOSEPH WILLIAMS, Publisher of Tyst. a'r Dydd newspaper and Cenad Hedd magazine. IIr J. E. George, M.R.P.S., Birwain. 4979 PREVENT INFLUENZA, COLD, AND COUGH BY TAKING JJAYMAN'S JgALSAM OF JJOREHOUND OH FIRST APPEARANCE OF CHILL OR COLD. STOPS COLD. GIVES PROMPT RELIEF. CURES COUGH. INVALUABLE IN NURSERY Extracts from recent unsolicited Letters :— .INVALUABLE FOR BAD COUGHS AND COLDS.' Mrs Eason, London-road, Sleaford 1VKVJ:R. KNEW IT FAIL TO GIVE RELIEF." Mr Bousher, Fenn Cottage, Lambourne Prepared only by A. HAYMAN CO., London, E.C jold everywhere Is 2s 9d, 4s 6d per Bottle. 152 M. PAINE A CO., BILL-POSTERS ANII ADVERTISING AGENTS FOK ABERDARE, HIRWAIN, MOUNTAIN ASH, PENRHIW CEIBER AND DISTRICT. Agents for Guion and American lines. 23Q00 1X5r ABPRMMUt ABBBUARE public JVmusenunts. CARDIFF. Theatre ROYAL. JL LESSKE -k MANAGER, MR EDWARD FLETCHER. WEDNESDAY, APRIL 10TH, 1895 Special engagement of Mrs Ennis Lawson's Company, for the production of Miss Grace Hawthorne's IBERIA. 'iae favourite Hebrew comedian, Mr John Lawson, will appear as Trolsky, the timid waiter. Prices 6d to £2 2" Doors open at 7 commence at 7.30. Half-price at nine o'clock. GRAND THE A T R E. LESSEE & MANAGER. Mr CLARENCE SOUNES. TO-NIGHT at 7.30, and During the Week (Good Friday excepted), the enormously successful Musical Comedy, "DORCAS," THE VILLAGE BELLE. GOOD FRIDAY EVENING, at 8, GRAND SACRED CONCERT, by Members of above Company. I EASTER MONDAY, at 2.30 and 7.30, Hardie and Von Leer's Great American Company in ON THE FRONTIER." Seats booked at Messrs Heath's Music Warehouse, fiueen-street. Doors open at 7 o'clock, commence at 7.30. Prices, 6d to j21 Is. "KING K0 D A K From Terry's Theatre, is Coming. pipping ftotias. & WHITE STAR LINE ROYAL MAIL STEAMERS. ,LIVi £ RPOOL to NEW YORK, via OUEENSTOWN EVERY WEDNESDAY ,LIVi £ RPOOL to NEW YORK, via OUEENSTOWN EVERY WEDNESDAY I ADRIATIC. Wednesday April 17 ^TEUTONIC, Wednesday April dft Cotton not carried on Passenger Steamers. Second Cabin will be carried on the voyage marked thus*. Steerage Passage at low rates, including Out- fit free of charge, to New York, Boston, Philadel- phia, or Baltimore. The splendid vessels of this line are all of the largest class, uniform in model and arrange- ments, and unsurpassed in the completeness of their appointments. Saloon and State Room amidships. Apply to Guthrie, Hey wood, & Co., Bute Docks; S. J. Davies, 9, Edward-place, Queen-street, Cardiff J. D. Davies, Holton-road D T. Davies, 52, High-street, Merthyr Tydvil; James Roberts, The South Wales Emigration Office, Ponty- pridd J Thomas. Commercial-road, Tredegar; W. Hancock, 2, Downing-street, Llanelly or to ISMAY, IMRIE, and CO., 34, Leadenball-street, London, E.C., and 10, Water-street, Liverpool. 10029 ——————— iff AMERICAN LINE. J"iL. SOUTHAMPTON-NEW YORK SERVICE. UNITED STATES MAIL STEAMERS, SOUTHAMPTON TO NEW YORK DIRECT. EVERY SATURDAY. High-class Accommodation for Saloon, Second Cabin, and Steerage Passengers. Steerage Fare, 22. Outfit Free. LIVERPOOL—PHILADELPHIA SERVICE. EVERY WEDNESDAY, LIVERPOOL TO PHILADELPHIA, Calling at Queenstown every Thursday. Steerage Outfit Free. Passengers and Goods are landed at Philadelphia on the Wharf of the Pennsyl- vania Railroad, which has the shortest and most direct route to all places in the Western States. Apply to RICHARDSON, SPENCE & CO., Seuth- ampton or Liverpool, or to Local Agents. LOCAL AGENTs:-T. H. Austin, Neath-road, Lan- dore; Brown and Heybyrne, 1, Friars Chambers, Dock- street, Newport; S. J. Davies, 9, Edward-place, Cardiff J. Morgan, Pontypool J. Roberts, Graig Post-office, Pontypridd T. C. Howe and Co., Cardiff. 11867 Insurant*. S UN INSURANCE OFFICE. FOUNDED 171- Sum insured in 1893 £ 395,854,440. l For all particulars apply to the following AGENTS CARDIFF. Mr Wentworth H. Price, 21, High-street. Mr Charles Cross, 21, Working-street. Messrs Jenkins, Clarke,and Co., Cambrian Chambers Mr F. E. Furse. Aberkenfig. Mr Jesse Hurley Cadoxton Mr B. G. Davies. Cowbridge Mr Thos. J Parsons. Llandaff Mr John Howe. 1412 Maesteg Mr David Davies. 15539 Pentre Mr Thomas Rhys Evans. ^publications. Seventh Edition, cloth, post free Is, ON STRICTURE of the URETHRA, its Treatment and Cure. By A SURGEON.— London A. JOHNSON, 8, Guilford-street, W.C. 15510 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, 4tc. Those constantly speaking, singing, or reading, by using the Gargle prevent the huskmess, 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 dangerous symptoms, the Tannin Gargle is far better than anything. Bottles, Is 6d. Sold everywhere. PEPPER'S WHITE COUGH MIX- TCJRE.—The most reliable, speedy, and agree- able cure for coughs, colds, asthma, bronchitis, consumption, and all diseases of the lungs and air- passages. It is soothing, comforting, and tranquilising in its action, quite different from ordinary cough remedies. Affords relief after second dose. Bottles, Is iy2d and 2s 9d each. Sold by all Chemists. CRACROFT'S ARECA-NUT TOOTH PASTE.—Regularly used 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 C of decay, and will preserve the teeth intact for many years. Branded Pots, Is each. Sold everywhere. CRACROFT'S ARECA TOOTH PASTE. By using this delicious Aromatic Dentifrice the enamel of the teeth becomes white, sound, andpolished like ivory. It is exceedingly fragrant, and specially useful. Get Cracroft's. DEAFNESS, NOISES IN THE EARS, &c. DELLAR'S ESSENCE FOR DEAF- NESS should always be tried, as in numbers 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 n BUNIONS AND ENLARGED TOE JOINTS CURED I 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 1 %d. Sold everywhere. SULPHOLINE SOAP (a soap contain- S ing sulpholine), is a delicately, refined, chemi- cally pure Soap, 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 times, 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, CURED BY STOMACH DERANGEMENTS, DR- -KT IN G'S DANDELION & QUININE LIVER PILLS I (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 from sluggishness, causing the stomach to properly per- 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 and liver derangements. BE SURE TO HAVE DR. KING'S PILLS. 11 SOLD EVERYWHERE 11945 THE SECRET OF HEALTH. FRESH AIR J J REASONABLE EXEFXMB CLEAN HANDS I 1 TEMPERANCE IN EVERYTHING 1 I And always keep Jg^ERNICK'S VEGETABLE pILLS Within reach. Never be without them, and don't take any other. Mince their introduction, fifty years ago, imitations have abounded but a single tri will prove that KERNICIWS VEGETABLE PILLS can never be excelled. In fact they more than hold their own as THE BEST APERIENT MEDICINE FOR SPRING AND SUMMER. TRY A BOX AND PROVE IT. They are free from Mercury, and the most aristo cratic Pharmacy cannot produce a medicine more scientifically compounded. The universal chorus is, "They cannot be beaten, for they act like a chann in all LIVER COMPLAINTS, BILIOUSNESS, HEAD ACHE, STOMACH TROUBLES, and IMPURITY OF THE BLOOD GET THE RIGHT MEDICINE, AND INSIST UPON HAVING KERNIC". Specially recommended to Ladies. They restore the rosy cheek and hue of health. 66e 15482 Sold at all Stores, in 7yad, 13d and 2s 9d Boxes J 0 U R E ITS! And to prove this to you, if you are interested, I will GIVE you a bottle of my remedy for nothing, so that you may have the chance to try it before paying out any money, because I have every confidence in my remedy, and am sure a trial of it will soon convince you of its sterling merit. I have made a life-long study of Fits, Epilepsy or Falling Sickness, and when I say CURE do not mean merely to stop them for a time, and then have them return again, but a radical CURE. Be- cause others have failed to relieve you is not a good reason why you should continue to suffer. Send 3d for carriage of my treatise, testimonials, and free bottle of medicine and TRY IT. 15460 MB H. G. BOOT, of medicine and TRY IT. 15460 MB B. G. BOOT, 28, XNDSLMGB.QABDZN.% L Xool=IC jpnMir Jtoticia. A GOOD PLAN.—The safest, best, and quickest way to make money by Stocks and Shares is fully explained in the 13th annual edition of Explanatory Book, sent post free. Full of valuable information.—Address Geo. Evans and Co., Stock- brokers. 24, Queen Victoria-street, London, B.C. 15466 lEegal otiUfí. SYDENHAM WATKINS HARRIS, >0 DECEASED. STATUTORY NOTICE.—Pursuant to the Provisions of The Trusts Act, 1890," of the Colony of Victoria. NOTICE IS HKREBY GIVEN that all CREDI- TORS and other PERSONS having any CLAIMS against the Estate of SYDENHAM VVATKINS HARRIS, late of COVENTRY-STREET, SOUTH MELBOURNE, in the COLONY of VICTORIA, Cabinetmaker (a son of Thomas Harris and Sarah his wife, formerly of Cardiff, in the County of Glamor- gan, Wales, Stonemason), who died at South Mel- bourne aforesaid on the Twenty fourth day of October, 1894, are required to send in full particulars in writing of such claims addressed to Joseph Egan, Esquire (the sole Executor named in and appointed by the last Will and Testament of the said Sydenham Watkins Harris, deceased), care of the undersigned, the Solicitors and Proctors acting for the said Executor in the matter of the said Estate, on or before the Thirtieth day of June, 1895, after which date the said Joseph Egan will proceed to distribute the assets of the said Deceased amongst the persons entitled thereto, having regard only to the claims of which he shall then have had notice, and he will not be liable for the assets of the said Testator or any part thereof so distributed to any person of whose claim he shall not then have had notice. Dated this Twenty-sixth day of November, 1894. CRISP & CAMERON. Oxford Chambers, 475, Bourke-street, in the City of Melbourne, and Colony of Victoria, Australia. 15607 (gimratwn. SWANSEA. ti IRLS' BOARDING & DAY SCHOOL, JT 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 overlookiug the sea. 14580 TAUNTON. NDEPENDENT COLLEGE JL TAUNTON. HEAD MASTER :— J. B. RIDGES, ESQ., M.A. (CAMB.) A HIGH-CLASS PUBLIC SCHOOL FOR BOYS. A THOROUGH COMMERCIAL AND CLASSICAL EDUCATION. SEPARATE JUNIOR SCHOOL FOR BOYS UNDER 11. LADY PRINCIPAL :— MISS OLIVER, LL.A. (ST. ANDREW'S). SEVERAL SCHOLARSHIPS. FEES FROM Ell PER TERM. HALF-TERM COMMENCES THURSDAY, Feb. 28th. 12413 ALBERT GOODMAN, Secretary. ?Ouilbitto Otittit5. RINCIPALITY PERMANENT JL INVESTMENT jgUILDING SOCIETY ^1 per cent), on DEPOSITS—Short Notice. 4 percent. onLARGE DEPOSITS for One Year. per cent, on PREFERENTIAL SHARES. 5 per cent, on PREPAID aud SUBSCRIP- TION SHARES, APPLY FOR THE 34TH ANNUAL REPORT and prospectus to W. SANDERS, MANAGING Sxc., 28, St. Mary-street, Cardiff. AGENTS—Newport: Mr J. M. WOOD, 24, High-street. Penarth Mr D. H. EDMUNHS, i6', High-st. Barry :Mr D. H. EDMUNDS, Market-buildings. 1023-7422 Ebbw Vale Mr J. A. DAVIKS. lda-wn^. HE TAUNTON AND WEST OF ENGLAND PERPETUAL BENEFIT BUILD- ING SOCIETY. ESTABLISHED 1857. INCORPORATED 1883. OFFICES 3, HAMMET-STREET, TAUNTON. SECRETARY MR ALBERT GOODMAN. BORROWING SHARES, 260 EACH. SUMS of MONEY 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 M nthly Instal ments. 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 St John's-square Auction Mart, Cardiff. W. E. yAUGHAN AND CO. LIMITED, STEAM-POWER DYERS, FRENCH CLEANERS, &c., LLANDAFF-ROAD, CARDIFF, BRANCH ESTABLISHMENTS 32, QUEEN-STREET,\riIinr™, 248, BUTE-STREET, pABD™ 1, CLIFTON-STREET, ROATH. 60, WINDSOR-ROAD, PENARTH. SKINNER-STREET, NEWPORT 83, HIGH-STREET, MERTHYR. 27, CASTLE-STR SET, SWANSEA 19, ARCADE. PONTYPRIDD. AGENTS IN ALL TOWNS IN SOUTH WALKS AND MONMOUTHSHIRE, Who receive and forward Parcels regularly to the Work AgenfcV Addresses and Price Lists sent in answer to Post Cards ■ I POSTAL SERVICE Parcels amounting to Five Shillings sent dlfact to Works will be returned Carriage Paid one way. W. E. VAUGHAN AND CO., LIMITED, DYERS Are doing the largest trade and working the mos sfficient Machinery within a radius of One Hundred Miles, and ARE CELEBRATED FOR CLOTHES AND DRESS CLEANING by FRENCH PROCESS, pro- ducing permanent colours, a superior finish, moderate charges, and promptness of despatch 1000 LUNG LUNG LUNG LUNG LUNG LUNG LUNG LUNG LUNG LUNG LUNG LUNG LUNG LUNG LUNG LUNG LUNG LUNG LUNG LUNG LUNG LUNG LUNG LUNG LUNG LUNG LUNG LUNG LUNG LUNG LUNG LUNG LUNG LUNG LUNG LUNG LUNG LUNG LUNG LUNG LUNG LUNG LUNG LUNG LUNG LUNG LUNG LUNG LUNG LUNG LUNG LUNG LUNG SAVE YOUR LIVES BY TAKING QWBRIDGE'S LUNG T ONIC. THE MIGHTY HEALER. It has a power overdiseases hither- to unknown in medicine Are you at all wealt-chested, or inclined to be Consumptive, with just a touch of cough now and then ? Try this Wonderful Medicine. The Cough and Weakness will dis- appear as if by magic, and you will feel a strength and power you neve-c had before. HAVE YOU A COUGH? A DOSE WILL RELIEVE IT. HAVE YOU A COLD? A DOSE AT BEDTIME WILL REMOVE IT. Bronchitis and Asthma it relieves instantly. The Spasms of Coughing so dread- ful in Whooping Cough become less with each dose of the medicine. "I am very pleased to bear testi- mony to the great relief 1 derived from the one bottle of Lung Tonic. The influenza left me with a very bad hacking cough, which was very distressing, and after taking the one bottle I am myself again, and will not be without a bottle of it in the house."—JOHN WALKER, C.U. Station, Killybegs, Co, Donegal. "Your Lung Tonic I have used for years. I think, it my duty to let Bathers know how valuable a medi- cine it is for the cure of colds. I have, found invaluable benefit from it, and could not carry on my profession without it. M. BIBERO, Professor of Swimming, 416, Mile End-road, London. Prepared by W. T. OWBREDGE, Chemist, Hull. Sold in Bottles, la 1%d 2s 9d, 4s 6d, and 11a, by all Chemists and Patent Medicine Ven- dors. Wholewle.?, U London and Pro. vincial Houses. 13711—1158 0 C TONIC TONIC TONIC TONIC TONIC TONIC TONIC TONIC TONIC TONIC IONIC TONIC TONIC TONIC TONIC TONIC TONIC TONIC TONIC TONIC TONIC TONIC TONIC TONIC TONIC TONIC TONIC TONIC TONIC TONIC TONIC TONIC TONIC TONIC TONIC TONIC TONIC TONIC TONIC TONIC TONIC TONIC TONIC TONIC TONIC TONIC TONIC TONIC TONIC TONIC TONIC TONIC BASS AND co's PALE AND MILD ALES. SEASON BREWINGS NAY NOW BE HAD IN PRIME CONDITION, IN CASKS OR BOTTLES, OF FULTON, DUNLOP, AND CO., CARDIFF U4 rjlEETH JQENTISTRY rjlEETH Bestore Mastication, Digestion, and Beauty 1 M R X E A L L, SURGEON DENTIST (38 Years' Experience. 28 Years in Swansea), 199, HIGH-ST RE ET, SWANSEA (Just below the Great Western Railway Station), Begs to intimate that he can produce a perfectly fitting Set of Teeth in one clear day. The very best workman- ship guaranteed. Painless Dentistry by Gas, also by the Anaesthetics, Cocaine and Ether Spray. Partial Sets from 5s per Tooth. Upper or Lower Sets from Two Guineas. KEALL'S TONIC AND NEURALGIC MIXTURE, Sure and Speedy Cure for Neuralgia, Tic Doloreux, Rheums, Toothache, and all Nervous Pains. Is l%d and 2s 9d per Bottle. Through any Chemist. Cardiff Mr Munday, Chemist, 1, Duke-street; Mr Robb, Chemist, Roath. Newport Messrs Garrett Bros., Chemists. 171, Commercial-street, Neath Mr J. G. Isaac (late Hayman), Chemist, Llanelly Mr Morgan W. James. Bridgend j Messrs Fdtebud and Roberts, Caroline-street. ta 1058 Itaainiaa bbttfí5tS. FOUNDED 1850. FOR J^RGF :t SELEOION AND ABSOLUTELY LOWEST pMCES FOR EVERY DESCRIPTION OF JJOUSEHOLD JpURNITURE, CARPETS, FLOOR CLOTHS, LINOLEUMS, PIANOFORTES, &0" GO TO JJEVAN AND COMPANY, JLP LIMITED, Registered aa "THE QARDIFF FURNISHERS," whose uninterrupted trading for nearly Half Century, and whose immense and ever- growing business throughout the Principality and West of England, affords the strongest possible proofs of highest satisfaction being given to the many thousands of customers they serve every year. JOINING, RAWING, AND JJEDROOM SUITES FROM gl TO 50 GUINEAS PER SUITE. AN UNRIVALLED SELECTION. DELIVERY FREE. ILLUSTRATED CATALOGUES GRATIS AND POST FREE. YOU WILL SAVE AT LEAST 25 PER OENT, BY GIVING YOUR ORDERS TO JgEVAN AND COMPANY Whose only Addresses are DUKE.STREET AND ST. MARY-STREET, CARDIFF. OPPOSITE TOWN-HALL, NEWPORT. CLARENCE-STREET AND HANBURY. ROAD, PONTYPOOL. 65e 15486 1341 it jT CARDIFF, PONTYPRIDD, &CLONDON, PIANOFORTE AND ORGAN MERCHANTS. [From South Wales Daily News, 9th Jan., 1894. VERDICT of NINE HUNDRED."—Under this title Messrs R. J. Heath and Sons, Queen-street, Cardiff, pianoforte makers, orgau builders, and music ware- housemen have collected an imposing array of testi- monials dud Press opinions relating to the quality of the musical instruments supplied by them. The great mJ.1_J°rity of the letters in this list relate to pianos, and while many of them hRve 1"Îerence to most costly instruments, containing all (Sie latest improvements supplied to the well-to-do, the greater number relate to serviceable instruments purchased for the homes of the wage-earning portion of the community. This growing love for so refining an art as music is a most favourable sign. For though in the Principality music lias for generations been the chief recreation of the people, it has for the most part been choral music that has occupied attention. Instrumental music is now, however, receiving its fair share of attention, and all those in true sympathy with the art must trust that the movement will go steadily onward. These testimonials have been received from every quarter of ,the Princi- pality, while not a few come from other portions of the United Kingdom, and some from South America, India, and other distant countries. All speak most favourably of Messrs Heath's business methods as well as of their instruments. 2e R. J. HEATH AND SONS INVITE INSPECTION. Full Illustrated List and Verdict Post Free. 9431 A WONDERFUL IEDICINE. gEBCH A M'S J> I L L S BEEC HAM'S PILLS. Worth a Guinea a Box. PILLS. I For Bilious Attacks. EECHAM'S PILLS. For-Nervous Disorders. EECHAM'S PILLS. For Indigestion in all its forms. B' EECHAM'S PILLS. For Wind and Pains in the Stomach. EECHAM'S PILLS. For Sick Headache. EECHAM'S PILLS. JD Have saved the lives of Thousands. EECHAM'S PILLS. For Giddiness. BEECHAM'S PILLS. For Fulness aud Swelling after Meals. BEECHAM'S PILLS. A Wonderful Medicine for Females of all Ages. EECHAM'S PILLS. Are Adapted for Old and Young. EECHAM'SPILLS\ For Dizziness and Drowsiness. EECHAM'S PILLS. JLF For Cold Chills, Flushings of Heat. EECHAM'S PILLS! Will restore the Rosebud of Health to Every One who Uses Them. BEECHAM'S PILLS. Are the Best Medicine for Female Com- plaints. 15611 22ND YEAR OF ATTENDANCE F. GRAHAM YOUNG DENTAL SURGEON (By Examination), 37, PARK-STREET, BRISTOL. PROFESSIONAL ATTENDANCE, CARDIFF AND BRIDGEND, 1ST AND 3RD WEDNESDAY IN EVERY MONTH. NEXT VISITS, WEDNESDAY, April 17th, May 1st and 15th, June 5th and 19th. CARDIFF.—At 22, CHARLES STREET (adjoining the Gataolic Church), from 3.30 to 7 p.m., BRIDGEND.—At Mr DAVIS, CHEMIST, 22, CAROLINE-STREET, from 9 a.m. to 2.30 p.rn. CHEPSTOW —EVERY TUESDAY, at No. 1 BEAUFORT-SQUARE, from 11 a.m. to 6.30 p.m. No fee 1 for consultation. Efficiency with Moderate Fees. 10582 AVACANCY FOR A PUPIL. ARDIFF DYEING AND SCOURING WORKS. 1, NELSON-TERRACE, CARDIFF. J. S. HOBBS, PROPRIETOR. Damask, Moreen, and Rep Window Curtains. Silks, Shawls, and Dresses of every description Cleaned, Dyed, and finished in a superior style. Gentlemen's clothes cleaned and returned in 24 hours 13373 J" ADIES desiring trustworthy advice on J-jt matters relating to Health, Toilet, &c., should send stamped envelope to Nurse Greene (hospital trained). Her method is harmless, pleasaat, bat effectual.—Nurse Greene, 10. High Hofabern, LonQon. I Husirass Àbbtt.55tll. I NEW AND pOWERFUL gERIAL BY A VERSATILE WRITIER. We have pleasure in announcing the forthcom tng issue in the CARDIFF rjlIMES ANU SOUTH WALES WEEKLY NEWS of an original and stirring novel from the pen of Mr G. A. HENTY, the Popular Author of "The Curse of Carne's Hold," "Rujub the Juggler,' A Hidden Foe," With Clive m India," and a large number of other works which delight all readers of fiction, young and old. The New Story, which will be written in the vigorous style of this experienced novelist, is entitled "A WOMAN OF THE COMMUNE," and will run for a period of six months. The Opening Chapters will appoar in the CARDIFF fJIIMES AND sourlHWALE8 WEEKLY NEWS ON SATURDAY, APRIL 27TH. A few particulars concerning the Author will be of interest. Mr G. A. HENTY first saw the light at Trumpiugton, in Cambridgeshire. He received his education at Westminster School and Caius Col!ege, Cambridge, and was from thence despatched to the Purveyors' Department in the Crimea. Returning, he was promoted to the position of Purveyor to the Forces. To follow the vicissitudes of his subsequent career would require considerable space, but we may briefly state that he has travelled in almost every quartee of the globe in the capacity of special correspon- dent to the great London dailies. In his many wanderings his keenly observant nature has gleaned a knowledge of the various phases of human life which are embodied in his books. Readers of Mr HENTY'S booKs enjoy an in. tellectual treat almost, if not wholly, unequalled in the whole range of English fiction. His work is characterised by breadth of knowledge, wide range of experience, and facility of expression. The author of our new story gives the reader abundance of sensation, but it is of a thoroughly wholesome nature. All his works are of a high tone, and may safely be recommended for family reading. His plots are ingeniously constructed, and evolve themselves in masterly fashion. His stories, although crowded with incident, do not overstep the bounds of probability and a happy style of expression, combined with the plenitude of the author's vocabulary, lends additional charm to all that prooeeds from his admittedly gifted pen. THE FORTHCOMING NEW AND BRILLIANT STORY OF LOVE AND WAR, Å WOMAN OF THE COMMUNE, BY MR G. A. HBNTir- Author of "The Curse of Carne's Hold," The Plague Ship," A Hidden Foe," In the Days of the Mutiny," Dorothy's Double," In Freedom's Cause," "With Clive in India," &c., &c. PUBLICATION WILL COMMENCE ON SATURDAY, APRIL 27TH. A WOMAN OF THE COMMUNE, BY MR' G. A. RFNTY. The following outline will suggest theoharacter of the story. The author was in Paris in the days of the Commune, and was an eye-witness of many of the scenes described in the novel, which has an English and a French centr%of interest. The hero of the story, Cutthbert Hartington, is the son of a large English landowner. He dis- likes certain phases of country life, preferring to live among London studios. Meeting Mary Brander, whom he has known from childhood, aud who is the daughter of a scheming solicitor, he proposes, but is scornfully rejected. Shortly afterwards his father dies of heart disease, and to his consternation the young fellow discovers that what should have been his fortune is absorbed by the creditors of a bank in which his father is an alleged shareholder. Cuthbert now throws his whole energy into art as a profession, and goes to Paris as a student. While there the Franco-German War breaks out, and he and hiscompanion, the son of an American planter, participate in the struggle. During the war Cnthbert comes across Mary Brander, who is still on sisterly terms with him. Cuthbert and his companion, Arnold Dam- pierre, are severely wounded in a sortie, and Fate decrees that Mary Brander shall nurse them back to recovery. Meanwhile Dampierre has con- ceived an infatuation for Minette Dufaure, and this fact leads to much misunderstanding. Dam- pierre and Minette marry. The latter joins the band of the Communists, is caught red-handed in the work of incendiarism and is promptly shot, her husband preferring death by her side to free. dom. Cuthbert wins the heart of Mary, but his mind is not free from suspicion as to the disposition of his father's property. Various circumstances com- bine to strengthen his suspicions, and he de- termines to solve the matter thoroughly. His in- I vestigations result in an astounding discovery. The developments of the story are powerful and unexpected. With such materials to work upon, it may safely be assumed that Mr HENTY will present a powerful story, original in character, and con- taining the distinct elements of love, plot, and conflict, interspersed with descriptions of scenes both vivid and historical. A WOMAN OF THE COMMUNE, BY MR G. A. H ENTY, which will commence Publication in the CARDIFF fJIIMES AND gjOUTH WA -WEEKLYNEWS ON SATURDAY, APRIL 27TH. K AYE'S K AYE'S K AYE'S K AYE'S K AYE'S K AYE'S K AYE'S KAYES WORSDELL'S WORSDELL'S WORSDELL'S WORSDELL'S WORSDELL'S WORSDELL'S WORSDELL'S WORSDELL'S WORSDELL'S PILLS. PILLS. PILLS. PILLS. PILLS. PILLS. PILLS. PILLS. PILLS. 126e They purify the Blood, and as a Mild but Effectual Aperient are unequalled, and beyond this they Brace up the Nerves and set every organ in Healthy Action, thus ensuring complete restoration to perfect health They are A CERTAIN CUBE for INDIGESTION, BILIOUSNESS. HEADACHE, DYSPEPSIA, CONSTIPATION, LIVER AND KIDNEY COMPLAINTS. FOR LADIES OF ALL AGES THEY ARE 15618 INVALUABLE. Of all Chemists, Is 11hd, 2s 9d, and 4s 6d per box. BLAIR'S GOUT and JO PILLS. B LAIR'S GOUT PILLS. B LAIWS GOUT PILLS. BLAIR'S GOUT PILLS. BLAIR'S GOUT PILLS. Of all Chemists. 1S56S RHEUMATIC THE GREAT REMEDY FOR RHEUMATISM, GOUT, LUMBAGO and SCIATICA. No restraint of Diet. 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Miss Rose Alphonsine, Spiral Ascen- siouist, writes :— When doing my Spiral Ascension at the Jardiu de Paris my feet and knees became swollen and very sore. I tried your Embrocation, and after two good rubbings I was able to per- form. I now use it after every ascen- sion, and will always keep some by me.—23, Helix-gardens, Bnxton-hilJ, S.W., London, Oct. 29th, 1894." '■ AND IT I WILL HAVE, OR I WILL HAVE NONE." CHES and PAINS. ELLIMAN'S Universal Embrocation. ACHES and PAINS. ELLIMAN'S Universal Embrocation. ACHES AND PAINS. ELLIMAN'S Universal Embrocation. LLIMAN'S UNIVERSAL EMBROCA- fJ TION for Rheumatism, Lumbago, Sprains, Bruises, Cuts, Sore Throats from Cold, Chest Colds, Stiffness, Cramp, Bronchitis, &e. 13871b Bottles, Is. l%d., 2s. 9d. Jars, lis., 22s. Prepared only by ELLIMAN, SONS, & CO., Slough, England. THE ORIGINAL CREAM SEPARATOR, All others are Imitations. ^LPHA-Jj^AVAL A LPHA AVAL ALPHA-IT AVAL I ALPHA-LAVAL &V it-i A LPHA-L AVAL £ JREAM SEPARATORS. £ JREAM GEPARATORS. £ JREAM GEPARATORS. CltEAM SEPARATORS. Awarded FIRST PRIZE at If,VERY COMPETITION (BUT ONE) in Great Britain. Pay for themselves in six A dairymaid can work any months 78,000 users say so. of the hand machines. NOT 15 THE REDUCED PRICES. REDUCED PRICES. And INCREASED CAPACITY. HAND POWER. THE "HUMMING BIRD." SPECIAL FEATURES.-Easy Driving. No Rotary Handle. The Operator sits down and pulls a strap. A Child can Work It. Will Separate 16 gallons per hour. Price £ 9. The Alpha Baby," 33 gallons per hour B15 10 0 „ U Farmer's Alpha," 66 gallons per hour.. 26 10 0 STEAM POWER. Alpha Pony," 130 gallons per hour £37 10 0 Alpha Al," 265 gallons per hour 58 0 0 Leviathan Alpha," 400 gallons per hour. 68 0 0 NO EXTRAS.—The above prices include Feed Tin for' Hand-Power Separators, all necessary parts for working, and a reserve of small wearing parts. Every" Alpha" is Guaranteed to Perfectly Separate the Quantities Stated, and is despatched, Carriage Paid, on receipt of order. The Alpha separate more perfectly and Require Less Power to Work than any others. Illustrated Catalogue Post Free, and Full Particulars of the Sole Agents, DAIRY SUPPLY I^OMPANR, Vy 15385 LIMITED (By Special Appointment to her Majesty the Queen), MUSEUM-STREET, LONDON, W.C. JGLOR COUGHS, COLDS, ASTHMA, JJRONCHITIS, AND NEURALGIA. DR. 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 Freemitn was deliberately untrue, and he regretted to say it had been sworn to.- See "The Times, July 13, 1364. DR. J. COLLIS BROWNE'S CHLORO- DYNE.—The Right Hon. Earl Russell 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 be thus singu- larly Dopular did it not supply a wg.nt and fill a place." DR. J. COLLIS BROWNE'S CHLORO- DYNE is the best and most certain remedy in coughs, colds, asthma, consumption, neuralgia, rheu- matism, &c. DR. J. COLLIS BROWNE'S CHLORO- DYNE is a certain cure in cholera, dysentery, diarrhoea, Ac. DR. J. COLLIS BROWNE'S CHLORO- DYNE.—CAUTION.—None genuine without the words Dr. J. Collis Browne's Chlorodyne on the Government stamp. Overwhelming medical testimony accompanies each bottle. Sole manufacturer, J. P. DAVENPORT, 33, Great Russell-terrace, Blooms- bury. London. Sold in bottles, Is l^d, 2f bd, 4s 6d, and lis 15495 1349 THE WONDER OF THE AGE 1!! JYJONCRIEFF'S RJYUBERCC >LIS, The Positive Cure for CONSUMPTION, BRONCHITIS, ASTHMA, And all Diseases of the Chest and Lungs. F OR ROUGHS AND COLDS It is a MOST MARVELLOUS REMEDY. It Stops the Cough and Heals the Lungs. Thousands have been saved a lingering and early death. It is a most effectual CURE FOR INFLUENZA. Of all Chemists and Medicine Vendors, Is I%d, 2s 9d, and 4s 6d; or from C. T. MONCRIEFF, 115. Grove. road, Waltliamstow, on receipt of Is 3d, 3s, and 5s. Send for pamphlet of particulars and testimonials. Ask for Moncrieff's Tubercolis, and do not be put off with anything else. 15485 CARDIFF ADVERTISING, BILL C POSTING, AND CIRCULAR DISTRIBUTING COMPANY (LIMITED) OFFICES: CASTLE CHAMBERS 21, CASTLE ST CARDIFF. SECRETARY: FRANK H. SIMPSON. Best Permanent Posting Stations in Cardift and Netghboarbood. Contractors for aU descriptions of Advertising Circular Distributing, &lie. 1044 32001 AU orders promptly ittmdedto. I business I g E A SON 1 8 9 5. HACKNEY STALLION, R D B A N G (1,030). The Property of Mr T. n. JOHN, Chaldeans Stud Farm, St. Fagan's, near Cardiff. ltoan, 15 bands 1 inch. By Tibbett's Grea.t Shot." 329; by Gidden's Creat Gun," 325 by Sutton's Great Gun," 323 by Baxter's Performer 552 by Cobbin's Priokwillow," 607 by Bond's Norfolk Phenomenon," 522 bv Wright and Gould's Norfolk Cob," 475 by Burgess's Fireaway," 208 dam by Jackson's Perfection," 541 by Innocent's Cattou," by Bay Beckingham," 43. Lord Bang needs no recommendation, as bis foals last y,,ar, as four and five-year-olds, took 1st Prizes at London, Dublin, Cardiff, Bath, and o: -.r leading shows. This is sufficient proof to convince any breeder as to his qualities. PLEASE NOTE. The above are only a few instance of the many good animals got by this noted Sire. DURING THE COMING SEASON, Commencing the first Wednesday in April, and finish- ing the second Wednesday in July, "LORD BANG" will be standing at Chaldeans Stud Farm, St. Fagan's, near Cardiff, on Mondays, Tuesdays, Fridays, and Saturdays; and on Wednesdays and Thursdays in each week at the New Inn, Pontypridd; where he will be open to serve a limited number of approved mares at:23 3s each, and 5s the groom. Mares sent by rail will be met, and greatest care will be taken as to foaling service a.nd keep: we cannot, however, take any responsibility as to acci- dents. All mares tried must be paid for. Applications to be made to— STUD GROOM, Chaldeans Stud Farm, St. Fagan's, Near Cardiff. E A S 0 N 1895. REGLSTERED AMERICAN TROTTING STALLION, SUMMIT BOY, The Property of Messrs T. D. JOHN and A. C. STEWART, V.S., Cardiff. This Noted Horse will Stand at Chaldeans Stud Farm," <St. Fagan's, near Cardiff. COPY] OFFICIAL CERTIFICATE. The Horse Breeders' Trotting Registry, U.S.A. Boston, 8th April, 1887. PEDIGREE. If Alexandra's Almont Abdallah L I l Sally Anderson Almont Star r American Star \.Blanche Star -[ Daughter of Toronto Chief By Round's J Horse C Darkey | Andrus Ham- „ |, I I bletonian Bell Carpenter 1 Dam by /Harris's Ham- 1 Phelp's Horse bletonian Alexandra's Abdullah was sire to Goldsmith's Maid. Record—2'14. "SUMMIT BOY" Is a rich dark Chestnut, stands about 15 hands high, was foaled in 1887, and imported into England in August, 1892. He is a very handsome horse, full of blood and quality, of a very kind and pleasant dis- position, has unbounded courage and staying powers, and perfectly quiet in saddle or in harness. He is undoubtedly the fastest and grandest-going horse ever imported into this country, and is very suitable for breeding the best of Trotters and Hack- ney or Driving Cobs, he being bred from the best strain of Trotters in America. PLEASE NOTE. "Summit Boy," combining as he does such a thorough trotting inheritance, should cross well with mares of any strain of blood. DURING THE COMING SEASON, Commencing the first Wednesday in April, and finish- ing the second Wednesday iii July, "Summit Boy" will be standing at Chaldeans Stud Farm, St. Fagan's, near Cardiff, on Mondays, Tuesdays, Fridays, and Saturdays and on Wednesdays and Thursdays in each week at the New Inn, Pontypridd, where he will be open to serve a limited number of approved mares at :£3 3s each, and 5s the groom. Mares sent by rail will be met, and greatest care will be taken as to foaling service and keep we can- not, however, take any responsibility as to accidents. All mares tried must be paid for. Applications to be made to— STUD GROOM, Chaldeans Stud Farm, St. Fagan's, 2487 Near Cardiff. STARTLING OFFER! -1 Send ■< oar name to-day and get my Illustrated PICTORIAL GUIDE with separate iheet No. | 101,997,989, containing list of uiy Free Reward Distribution. TAKE YOUR PEN. and write. Enclose this with P.O.O. for 25/-(OR 15/-) and receive [TREE AN 0 SAFE by next post^mymar- Lady or Gentleman, splendid I-plate jewelled 3ound and accurate. with MB richly engraved cases, and dial beautifully tinted or pjain, as preferred. Five Years' warranty. Worth 3 guineas. My price, 25'• A month's free trial. For this month I supply a Second OUAUTY of this Remarkable Watch in Real I Silver cases for 151- With each I "also enclose I a special gift of a "Platoride Gold Albert Chain encl03ing t1'i !lnnOI1"CemT1t. from the CnùJJIF TIMBS. Write for my Hew and Beautifully Illustrated Pictorial Guide with upwards of 1500 startluig AISOLUTEL Y FREE. H. SAMUEL. Largest English Watch MUltlfacturer. 97 99.101,89 and IS1, Market Street, Manchester. OH THE MISERY OH THE DREA DFUL, STUPID J FEELING j OH THE WEAKNESS, THE ENNUI, » ONE FEELS AFTER THE I INFLUENZA. CONSIDER THIS. Oh distinctly I remember; it was in the bleak Decem- ber, And in every single member of my body pains I bore Eagerly I wished the morrow, vainly had I sought to borrow From drugs sut cease of sorrow-sorrow for my pains galore And I asked if I should ever be as healthy as before. Quoth the Doctor-" Nevermore.' 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Robb, Chemist, Roath; Gar- rett Brothers, Newport: J. G. Isaac (late Hayman)* Che- wist, Neatil; Nowbery and .Son,London. Proprietor—Mr DALL. .1 PILLS PILLS PILLS PILLS PILLS PILLS PILLS PILLS PILLS PILLS PILLS PILLS PILLS PILLS PILLS PILLS PILLS PILLS PILLS PILLS ftWJ. 1 I usxmas SEVEN POUNDS IN ONE WEFL NOT every man who is thin would thank I for fattening him. He doesn't want to fat, and for very gcod reasons. Unnecesd fat is a load to carry about; it interferes a man's power to work, shortens bis wi? and dnlls his wits. Yet, on the other hand, a certain a of flesh is needed for health and comfort, t example: A man five feet high should waif about 1201bs. a man five feet six in 145Ib! and a man six feet, 1781bs. It f regular ascending scale. The insure companies allow a variation of 7 per c< above or below it, and beyond those lif charge an extra premium. One shouldn't' much over or under bis proper weight If wants to be sound and hearty—and we do want that. Now we will tell you how Mr Thotf Crosby, being under weight, gained se pounds in a week. He had lost 1% stoS which is too much off for a man who never flesher than he naturally ought to V It was this way. He was right enough' to May, 1891. At that time be began to f ill and out of sorts. He bad a nasty tast* his moutb-like rotten eggs, be says-and thick, slimy stuff came on his gums and His appetite failed, and what he did eat V as you might say, under compulsion »• right afterwards he would have great pai" his stomach and chest. Plainly, sometbi' was amiss with him in that region. He often dizzy, and cold chills ran over hilØ though be were threatenod with fever. course, we should expect a man who handled in this way to lose strength. Crosby lost strength. In fact, he got weak and nervous that he shook all over, *< hisjhands trembled as if a current of electric were running through him. To use his own words: "I rapidly 1 flesh, was 1% stone lighter, and could ba walk about. Once my parents thought I fI dying, and sent in haste for the doctoi. saw two doctors in Epwortb and one Haxey, but they were not able to help f Our vicar. Rev. Mr Overton, recomm me to the Lincoln Infirmary, where I attend for eight weeks as an outdoor patient, wi benefit. "Soon afterwards Mr Sharp, a chemis*' Epworth, spoke to me of the virtues ot medicine known as Mother Seigel's Curatilj Syrup. Being interested in what he left off trying other things and began taki this Syrup. In a few days I felt better, presently I gained seven pounds in a At that rate I soon got back to my work, have had the best of health ever since. 1 these facts to everybody, and am perfeof willing they should be pub1íehed.-Y: truly (Signed), TOM CROSBY, Ferry-ro^ Epworth, via Doncaster, December 23^ 1892." After readiug Mr Crosby's story we scar need to ask why he lost flesh. Tbeminut8 stopped eating and digesting his usual alto ance of food he began to fall away. T they say, grow as much from the air by m of their leaves as they do from the soil. B* men don't. They've got to be built through their stomachs. Indigestion dyspepsia (Mr Crosby's complaint) stops process and poisons those whohave it, beíJid That accounts for all the painful and da gerons symptoms our friend speaks of. f doctors do what tbey can, but, unluckily, tit don't possess the medicine that goes to bottom of this disease and cures it. The medy is Mother Seigel's Curative Syrup, nothing else, so far as we know. It res digestion, and digestion covers the bones wi fat enough for health and good looks.

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