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iBersUtlRI. IF Mary Ritchie (Mrs Midiilctcr.il who resided in JL March, 1898, Ilt 4:\ Baiy-stMct. Rotvn. Cardiff. Jaughter of David Kite!ii«v Cartrinp Contractor, and —— Halliciay, lia^lesfieU, Kcciefeehan, Dumfries-shire, will communicate with the subscribers, she wtll hear iomet?iij>s to her advantage.—Mitchell and Baxter, W.g^ n. iaouth Charlotte-street. Edinburgh. 1S483 (lOIifelERY Manager Aspirants' Correspondence J School. Principal. X. A. (VDo»o,hii«, M.I.M.E., F.O.S. Editor of Mlnin" Kni-inp^rinrr.—Mnm economical, most rapid, most successful UookTrt, Gn'de to Education," post free,-lames Stanley, Manager. C.M.A. Office. wigan. 817o I snail nover regret that I became one of yonr students." Student No. 4119. lessons by post. Coal Miners and Officials. Tne road to success. Xylla- busfreg^r. A. Sonthern, 214. The H.M.B., Cardiff. draper# Assistants (Mantfb. DBAPER3.— Wanted, a V'oung Lady for showroom sales: Welsh preferred.—liny berry Williams, Pontypridd. :m¡n JHusital instruments. PIANOFORTE.—]>.<iy must sell at once, 65-cuinea -t- black ebony Uprn-ht Grand, on massive brass sounding plate, fitted with grand repeater check action, heavy gilded steel frame, handsome marque- terie llnd bevelled panels, carved niliars, nearly new maker's 20 yca.rs' warranty transferred take20K»ineas apnroval willingly carriage paid both ways If not approved. !o finer instrument could be ,1csirec1.- Apply 231, Dnnlett-roiul. liow. Ijondon. E. 819 ISiqrries, &r. BICYCLK3, £ 5 5s cash, or 15s with order and 10s per i.) month )re^ wheel, two brakes, lamo, bell, pump, fcc.; honest, reliable machines: carriage paid guar- inseed two years: tsn days' approval.-Testimonials ind photo from (i. Beatsou. Lioi! Cycle Works, Moseley. itrcet. Birmingham. 312 BanustU Articles. I ONG waistefd Corsets, boned real whalebone, black, JU white, or urcy, lS to iOin. 2s 6d. 31 to 3Gin. 5s 3d.- Sydney George. Corset Factory, Üinl1ingham. 18461 TJlHK Patent Kciipso Knitting Machine. The moat JL perfect Snifter 01 Socks and Stocking* In the world. Simple in construction, easy to learn, and light running. Send postcard for price list to Spencer's Baby Car- riage Warehoo.se, St. Johns-squan Cardiff. &5.M5—7S2n rilHE Verdict of the Public is that for lightness in con. J. struction, elegance In design, comfort in riding iurabllity in use, and moderation in price. tho Baby Carriages sold hy Spencer, thc Universal Provider for ilabies, are not approached by any of his competitors. The largest stock in the United Kingdom to select from. 3enù post-card jor tn-ice Jlte&^cal fifimdws. RUBBER Appliances, Enemas. Elastic Hosiery, &e. list" fre2; Trusses, 2s Cd double, 3s 6d.-AtklosOl.'s ,C. '1'.1, Ilill-street, Middlesbrough. Estab. 1B70. 535 Jor$alf. SOUTH Wales Property Gazette."—A Monthly Register of Estates, Houses, Lands, &c., to be Let or Sold iu Wales, Monmouthshire, West of England, &c. 1.000 copies sent monthly, post free, to the leadjr,ginl1abitantsof W»lesand Monmouthshire Insertions free. Copies post free from Messrs Hern ind Pcrtwee. Estate Agents, Auctioneers. &c.. 74, at. Mary-ttyept. Cardiff. 2444 F EA TH E R S, F EATHERS FEATHERS FOR BEDS. Why buy common shoddy Wool Beds when you can Set best ENGLISH FEATHERS at 5d per lb, carriage paid ? Warranled dry and sweet. Feather Beds made to order. tie d for samples and price list to i> H HANDY AND CO., FEATHER MERCHANTS. 6C61 AVK'-SHPOOIi. NORTH WALES. U4 ilttsreUaneows Wants. WELSH China.—Wanted. Swansea and Nantgarw Chlna,8wansea and CambrianPottery,aud Dillwyu ttoruscan Ware; only good specimens required hieb trices given.—Address Collector. Echo Office. Cardiff, n iiUsrellaneons. MATRIMONIAL, Post," sealed envelope, 5d, with .if. circular 9d established over quarter of century. -Editor. M. Post. 10. Trafalgar Buildings. London. W.C. JHoney. £ 10 to £ 5,000 Advanced on Note of Hand alone, with out bonds, publicity, or charges of any description Nhatever unless business is done; no bills of sale Bod ihe striotest prlvaoy guaranteed On receipt of anpll. :ation representative will wait upon you by appoint- nent ana advance you the amount required, repayable ':Iy easy instalments to suit vour own convenience 3peclal rates for short periods. Write in confidence to actual Lender, C. WHLLS, Corridor Chambers. Market-place. 408.1 5526 Leicester. THE OLD-ESTABLISHED FRO VINCTATT UNION BANK continues to lend immense sums daily, from £ 5.0<)0,on ilote at Hand Alone, or other Security, *t a few hours' notice, to aHclasses in any part of Eng- l.n4 and Wales, repayable byetl.sy instalments. No good plication ts ever refused. All communications strictly tnlvafce. "Moderate Interest. Special rates for short periods. The largest, best known, and most honourably conducted Business in the Kingdom. Thousands of our regular customers have expressed their entirc sa! isfltc. tion in repeated transactions with us. If desired. one of our Officials will attend at your residence at once with Cash, and carry out the advance THERE and THEN.— Call, or write (in confidence) to the Manager, Mr Stanley Dowding. I, Queen-square, Bristol, or to Messrs Jones and OWlJn. Prinoes Chambers. St. John's-square.Cardiff TjllELDINOS, Old-established J^'inaiioers, are pre JL pared to Advance sums from £ 20 to £ 3,000 at short notice on approved Note of Hand, personal or other securities. Charges arranged before transactions are completed. Mortgages on Property effected at current rates of inter eft. Property Purchased. Trade Bill? Discounted. Annuüles and Fixed IneomeR arrauR:e<1. Money advanced on s8cond mortpagf-s. Apply direct as we have no agents. Hayes Buildings. The Hayes. Cardiff. 13938 MONEY.—sir Pike, 43, Salisbnry-rd.—Send post card for prospectus (returned in closed envelope free), and yon will do business with no other tirm.134iil ESSItSS. HERN A PERTWKM, Estate A^enls". 74, St. Mary-street. Cardiff, are prepared to advance from £100 tn £100.0ù0 on Mortgage of Free- hold or Leasehold property, antl from Bob to £1,000 0:1 peisotuj xeciirity. 36M fji H a quakino ^Vu 0 s a jg Tn~k Established 35 years (1870^ CardifT Branch. 73, ST. MARY-STREET. Branches also at Manchester. Liverpool. Leeds, Brad- ford, Bristol, amI Birmingham. Head Ofliccs—28. Bedford-street, Strand, London, and 119-120, Bishopsgate-street Within. London. E.C. Assets. £694,403. Liabilities. £372,291. Surplus £322,112. Loans of JE50 to .£5.000 made on any class of security. 21 per cent, allowed on Current Account Balances, Deposits of £ 10 and upwards received as nnder Subject to 3 Months' Notice of Withdrawal. 5 per oent per aunum. Snbjeoi to S Months' Notice of Withdrawal. 6 per cent per annum. Subject to 12 Months' Notice of Withdrawal, 7 per Clent. per annum. Special Terms for Longer Period*. Interest paid Quarterly. The Terminable Deposit Bond, pay nearly 9 per cent and are a safe investment. Write or call for Prospectus. 17600 A. WILLIAMS. H. J. TALL. Joint Managers. HEATH & SONS, SOLE AGENTS for 76, QUEEN-STREET, BROADWOOD, CARDIFF; BLUTHNER, 7Q TAFF-STREET, ERARD, PONTYPRIDD; SCHIEDMAYER, PENARTH, and NEUMEYER, PORT TALBOT. WALDEMAR, &c. RECITATS BATLY Also PIANOS in on tbe STOCK by BRTNSMEAD, I PIANOLA PIANO. COLLARD, PLAYERS BECHSTEIN, and STEINWAY, ÆOLIAN SBLF. IBACH, fa, PLAYING ORGANS ORGANS by EXCEPTIONAL DlS-. MASON & COUNT for CASH HAMLIN, OR EASY TERMS BELL, ARRANGED. T^AAfTXTrAvr & Xat. Tel. — Cardiff, 01199. DOMINION, &e. Pontypridd. 21. Also POWDER & LOZENGES 11 CURE INDIGESTION. I TRY THEM, OF ALL CHEMISTS. 1 Tm R E E TO 1\1 E A When you are tired of taking nauseous and mys- terious prescriptions and conipoun&s, which do you no good, but only ruin your digestive organs, write to me and I will sendyouaBookwhichdescribesaQuick and Certain Cure for lost strength, wasting weak- ness, &c., from whatever cause arising. NO STOMACH MEDICINE. NO ELECTRICITY. Specimens of letters received and guaranteed ■ennine:— „ It is an excellent system, and I ^He •crapu- lonsly followed the instructions, and im a better man than 20 years ago.—G.G." Cannot be better than I am at present. It is a perfect cure.—K.G." Book sent sealed, post free, two stamps.—A. G. LEIGH, 92 and 93, Great Russell-street, Blooma- bury. London. Send at once and be cured, Seventeen Continuous Successes. 16685 public Jlmnsements. CARDIFF. rjpHEATRE ROYAL, CARDIFF. LesRee and Manager ROBERT REDFORD. EVERY EVENING at 7.30 and SATURDAY at 2. CHARLES FROHMAN Presents 1 THE CELEBRATED AMERICAN COMEDIAN, ¡ WILLIAM COLLIER, I in a Comedv, cntitled- QN RJLIIE QUIET, with the entire Company which OPENS ON SEPTEMBER 25th at the COMEDY THEATRE, LONDON, FOR THE SEASON. Preceded by A MAN OF THE WOULD. Next Week—The Musical Play, THE TALK OF THE TOWN. THE TALK OF THE TOWN. Box Office 10 to 5. Nat. Tel.. 362. -0 dipping Jlotifis. FL D O —CANADIAN PACIFIC RY. \->J IX- ATLANTIC S.S. LINES. LIVERPOOL TO CANADA. First cabiu, £14; second, j:8 third, £5 lOs, S S. LAKE ERIE (twin-iscrew). 7550 tons Sept. 26 S.S.LAKE MANITOBA(twill-screw),957Ho!Js.Oct. 3 Free pamphlet re Work and Wages "—Canadian Pacific Railway, IS. St. Augustine's-parade, Bristol, or local Agents 4718 WHITE STAB. LINE.—LIVERPOOL T W to AUSTRALIA, calling at Capetown (South Africa). SUE VIC. 12,500 tons Sept. 23 PERSIC, 11,974 tons Oct. 26 RUNIC, 12.482 tons Nov. 16 MEDIC. 11,984 tons.Dec, 23 The accommodatiou on these twin-screw steamers comprise?, smoking, reading, and dining rooms. Fares.—To Australia..£17 to £27; to Capetown. JE15 15s to JE22 h, For further particulars apply to Local Agents or to lsmay. Imrie a.nd Co.. Liverpool; 1, Cockspnr- street. S.W and i8, Leadenhall-street, E.C., London ALLAN L I N E.—TO CANADA, UNITED STATES.—Sailings from Liverpool, OCEAN RATES TO CANADA -Saloon from JE10 St. John's, N.F. £ 11 Halifax and St. John, N B. Second Cabin, £ 7 10s. Third Class, £ 5 10s. To India £ 37 lCs and £ 27 10s. For Full Particulars apply to Allans, 103, Leaden- hall-street, London. E,C.. and 19, James-street, Liverpool or to W. ,J. Trounce and Sons, Bute Docks, Cardiff; Captain J. A. Scott. 15. Cathays terrace, Cathays C. Stewart, 35. Mount Stuart- square, Cardiff C. J. Cudlip, 32, Castle-road. Cardiff. £ ocitties. THE TAUNTON AND WEST OF B ENGLAND PERPETUAL BENEFIT BUILDING SOCIETY. ESTABLISHED 1857. INCORPORATED 1883. Offices 3. HAMMET-STREET, TAUNTON. Secretary Mr ALBERT GOODMAN. BORROWING SHARES, .£60 EACH. SUMS OF MONEY are rotnty to be advanced oa security of any description of real property—free- hold, leasehold, or copyhold-on the most equitable terms; the principd and intorest repayable by Monthly Inst,alment3. 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 accu mnlate. DEPOSITS received. Interest at 4 per cent, per annnm. payable half-yearly, or may accumulate. Prospectuses, or any further particulars, may be obtained on application to the Secretary, 11.8 above or to 189 Mr THOMAS WEBBER, District Secretary, Tower Chambers. Church-street, St. John s- square, Cardiff. PEOPLE TELL THE TRUTH. People tell the truth about GWILYM EVANS' QUININE BITTERS They are grateful for the good they have derived when suffering from starved, poor, thin blood; or the exhaustion of nerves, and the worries from overwork. they bail this great remedy It.8 a beacon light which abowed tl1em the way to health and strength again. THE BEST REMEDY. The best remedy for VV b:\KNES8. NERVOUSNESS, INDIGESTION, SLEEPLESSNESS, LOW SPIRITS, NEURALGIA, CHEST AFFECTIONS, LOSS OF APPETITE. GWILYM EVANS' QUININE FITTERS Testimonial. 103, Gilfach Gynon, Twynyrodyn, Mcrthyr Tydfil. Dear Sir, In May, 1901,1 became ill from a very severe attack of nervous prostra- tion. Irifa Mat (Mifect misery, m I Nervousness waR so depressed,dyspepti^. and weak Nervousness I have been treated by different Nervousness doctors, and tried nearly every patent medicine, but derived a mere tem- porary relief. A few weeks ago, a friend from Carmarthen advised me to try Gwilym Evans' Qninine Bitters. and I purchased a large bottle, but had no confidence then in its efficacy to do me any good. I am elad to say Weakness the effect has been marvellous with Weakness me. I am now in almost perfect Weakness health. I shall continue its use for a little while longer to prevent the ill- ness returning. I can truly say that there is no tonic that I know of equal to Gwilym Evans' Quinine Bitters, and you are at perfect liberty to pub- lish this statement, as I think any person suffering from any nervous diseases will had a true friend in Gwilym Evans' Quinine Bitters if persevered with. I am, yours &c., HENRY TILLER. A TRUE FRIEND. Testimonial. 25. St. Mary's-ioad, Garston. near Liverpool. Gentlemen,—I wish to tender my Weakness heartfelt thanks to yon for the great Weakness and lasting good that I have derived Weakness from taking Gwilym Evans' Quinine Bitters, and I write this letter, as it might be of some benefit to others suffering, 3.S I was, some years ago. I willingly agree for you to verify my statements, and I enclose thp. names and addresiej of the doctors I was under. In 1890 my health began to de- cline. I had no appetite for my meals, and I suffered from Weakness. I also had a fear of that dreadful disease, Consumption. Getting worse, I con- sulted a doctor, and was under his Nervousness treatment about six weeks, but I was Nervousness no better. I then took certain patent Nervousness medicines, I should Bay abont 14 bottles, but; I seemed to be getting worse and worse. All wort was torture to me. I tried another doctor, who tald me that I was suffering flom Nenous Debility and IndiŒe!ltion. and had completely run down. I could not sleep at night for pains in my chest, near the heart, and a'swelling in the throat almost suffocated me. When sleep did come it was only of ahorti duration. 1 visited a Throat Hospital, and I went there regularly, twice a week for upwards of nine months, but I found I was getting worse. [ then consulted another Indigestion doctor, who advised me to take a good Indigestion tonic for six months. After having Indigestion spent over jE20 in medicine. &c., I started taking Gwilym Evans' Quinine Bitters Wnen I bart taken two bottles I found I was slightly better, and after I bad taken the fourth bottle the pain in my chest and throat seemed less, and Í realised I was getting better in health and spirits. After taking a course of Gwilyrri Evans' Quinine Bitters I could eat and enjoy my food, and my sleep at night refreshed me My strength returned, and life was again a pleasure to me. In all I took Chest and about eleven 4s 6d bottles of Gwilym Throat Evans' Quinine Bitters, and I was Affections- cured. Since then I have bad perfect health, my complaints have not troubled me, and during the last eight years I have not lost a single day's work through illness, as mv em ployers can testify, thus proving that it is a Genuine Cure. Gwilym Evans' I Quinine Bitter: fought the disease itself. I sincerely hope that this testi- monial will meet the eyes of those who I may he suffering like I was, and I have great pleasure in aUowing you to I publish the same.—Yours sincerely, J. H. SAUNDERS. GWILYM EVANS' QUININE BITTERS Strengthens the system, stimulates the circulation, assists and promotes dlges. tion. improves the apDetite, braces tbe nerves, and fortifies the muscles. SOLD EVERYWHERE. Sold everywhere in bottles, 2s 9d and 4s 6d each, or will be sent, post free, on rcceipt of stamps, direct from the Sole l'roprietors- QUININE BITTERS MANUFACTURING COMPANY. LIMITED. LLANELLY. SOUTH WALES. BEWARE OF IMITATIONS. Beware of Imitations.—When purchasing see the name Gwilym Evans" on the label, on the stamp, and on the bottle. without which none are genuine. This is most important. r N.K. FOR ROUGHS AND COLDS. JJAYMAN'S jgALSAM QUITE gAFE FOR CHILDREN. » N.B. 125 NEWPORT OFFICES of the j '• SOUTH WALES DAILY NEWS' I 18, BRIDGE.STREET i I JSublit |lati«s. CHARING CROSS HOSPITAL MEDICAL SCHOOL. The WINTER SESSION 1905-6 will be opened on Monday, October 2nd, at4 p.m" by the Annual Prize j Distribution and an Address to the Students by Sir James prichton-Browne, M.D., LL D., F.R.S. Charing Cross Hospital is within three minatee walk of the Royal Dental Hospital of Londou, and J the hours of Lectures aie arranged to suit the con- j venience of both General and Dental Students, The Hospital and School are situated within two minutes of b )th Charing Cross Stations, and the I Athletic Grounds at Eltham can be reached within balf an hou\"bom Charing Cross. j Appointments,—The opportunities for obtaining Resident Hospital and other appointments after qualification—of' which there are upwards of 30— are especially favourable. The S'CHOOL PROSPECTUS, containing full information concerniogthe Livingstone Scholarship (100 guineas), the Huxley Scholarship (55 guineas), and Six other Entrance Scholarships (total value JE550), awarded annually, and all other arrangements ¡ connected with the Medical School, will be sent on application to the Dean, 62-65, Chandos-street, Strand, W.C. HERBERT F. WATERHOUSE. Dean. ASSISTANTS OF EXCISE 19.22.- FORTHCOMING EXAMINATION.—Applica- Mons must be received at the Civil Senice Commis- sion not later than the 19th OCTOBER, on printed forms, to be obtained, with particulars, from the Secretary, Civil Service Commission, Burlington Gardens, London, W. 18502 (pANGER HOSPITAL (Free), Fulham- Vy road, London, S.W.—PATIENTS SEEN DAILY on their own application at 2 o'clock. Funds urgently needed for general expenses and for tiro Research Department. 18294 Secretary Fred W. Howell. publications. THE GREAT GUIDE TO SUCCESS. RAPHAELS ALMANAC FOR 1906 NOW READY. Contains hints to Farmers and GardeneM Birth- day Information. When to Court, Marry, Buy, Sell; Speculate. Hire Servants, Keek Employment" Travel, Remove. Sign Contracts. Deal with others. Ask Favours, Bake. Brew. Set-Fowls, Fish, 4tc.,<fcc. A buyer writes —" I have had your Almanac three years, but I like it so well, 1 would not be without it for ton times its price. since following your advice, I have no" had oue crop fail." "Another writes— My birthday is the 5th of February a.nd the readine for that day is as true as daylight. I have inquired the birthday of more than 20 persons and have always found it to come true." Another writes—" I put my vines in according to yonr Almanac, they have grown wonderfully and produced such grapes as to puzzle some of the best growers." Another writes-" I have followed the time you huve stated for planting and I can assure you mv tlowerfllook splendid." Another writes.—" Our garden would never pro- duce potatoes until 1 told our gardener to put them in at the honr you mensioned and we have hid a splendid crop." Another writes—" I eet my kidney beans and parsley t tile houi and have wonderful crops. My neighbour laughed at me, but now he wants an Aln1:J.nac." 123 pages. Price 6d, post free 7d. Foutsham and Co., 4, Pilgrim Street. Ludgate j Bin, R.C andat (dl stationers and bookstalts. X STOP ONE MOMENT. X 00, DEAR, DOCTOR, MUST MY DARLING DIE ? THERE IS VERY LITTLE HOPE BUT TRY RJLUDOR ^Y^RILLLAMS' PATENT JgALSAM OF HONEY THERE 18 NO REMEDY UNDER CANOP1 OF HEAVEN EQUAL. PATRONISED BY ROYALTY, NOBILITY DOCTORS, NURSES; and MOTHERS PRAISE IT. WHY? IT contains PURE Welsh Hocey and an Essence of the Purest and Most Efficacions n-, gathered on the Hills of Wales, fceinp !'«•' d' r?-t the proper season, when its virtues in fun perfection. BRONCHITIS. THERE are thousands ot children who die annually from Bronchitis, Whooping Cough, and Croup. This is a grand discovery for the Cure of such comolainta. It is INVALUABLE lor Weak-cheated men, Delicatc Women, and Children. It Cures when all btfier^remefdreB fall. It Cures Coughs, Colds, Bron- chitis, Asthma, Tightoess of the Chest. It Cures Thousands of Children of Bronchitis and Whooping Coaeh. It Cures for one Shilling when Pounds have been spent in vain. TRY IT. If yon have a Cough, try it; if you have a Cold. try Iii if you have Bronchitis, try it. It loosens the phlegm and promotes expectoration, produces warmth and comfort to the chest, and gives refresh ing sleep when you have lost nights of rest. A STIPENDIARY AND A MAGISTRATE IN THE COUNTY OF GLAMORGAN REMARKS I feel it my duty to inform you that I have been using your Tudor Williams' Balsam o f Honey in my family, which is a large one, for many years, and have proved its great value, having nsed nothing else for Cough during Measles. Whooping Cough, Mid Bronchitis, and can highly recommend it to all parents for such complaints. SEE THAT YOU GET THE GENUINE ARTICLE | TUDOR WILLIAMS' PATENT BALSAM OF HONEY MOST IMPORTANT. j SO MANY IMITATIONS AND FRAUD. ii Sold by all Chemists and Stores in Is, 28 6d, and 4s 61 bottles. Sample bottle sent (post pai for J Is 3d. 3s and 5s from the in/entor. Saving in pur- } chasing the larger size botoles. D. FJLUDOR T^YILLIAMS.I'SDE.W j MEDICAL HALL, ABERDARE. Hi jj 1 4 t RUMMER JJ O H D A Y S | ■ ■ —— ■■ IMPORTANT TO READERS THE gOUTB WALES DAILY NEWS IS ON SALE AT THE FOLLOWING HOLIDAY RESORTS EACH MORNING:- ABERYSTWYTH. W. H. SMITH and SON Rail way Bookstall W. JENKINS 23, Great Darkgate-street EVANS BROS .17. Pier-street. S. CLAPPERTON.4C, Terrace-road. BARMOUTH. W. H. SMITH and SON .Railway Bookstall E. DAVIES.* .l,Bell Vue Arcade j BATH. W. H. SMITH and SON .Railway Bookstall ll, MARIGOLD 16, Green-street BUILTH. W. H. SMITH and SON Railway Bookstall J. B. HINCHLIFFE 2, Broad-street d. LEWIS.Market Hall CLEVEDON. W. H. SMITH and SON Railway Bookstall Miss NICHOLLS .Stationer. Hill-road i FERRYSIDE. ] A. GOLDSMITH Newsagent. HAY. HENRY R. GRANT Newsagent ,T. FERRIS .Hightown ILFRACOMBE. W. H. SMITH and SON .Railway Bookstall H. SANDERS and SON 39. Fore-street LLANDRINDOD WELLS. W. H. SMITH and SON.Railway Bookstall R. EVANS .Middleton-street GEORGE GRIFFITHS High-street LLANWRTYD WELLS. Miss WILLIAMS Newsagent LLANGAMMARCH WELLS. J. DAVIES Malvern House LLANTWIT MAJOR. W. CUMMIN GS JWeslev-street C. H. JOHNSON Bristol House LLANIDLOES. W. H. SMITH & SON Railway Rookstall J. ROGERS Newsagent LLANSTEPHAN. W. LEWIS .The Stores E. T. DAVIES The Emporium MINEHEAD. COX SONS, & CO.,Lta Newsagents MUMBLES. Mrs HOWELL Newsagent Mrs W. H. JONES The Dunns Post Office Mrs E. JOHN Mrs ORRIN P«, WILLIAMS Blackjnll E. E. WRIGHT Parade. PORTHCAWL. D. HUTCHINSON Stationer Mrs J. J. THOMAS Newsagent SENNYBRIDGE. ¡ DAVID DAVIES .————— Newsagent' TENBY. w. H. SMITH and SON Railway Bookstall C. FARLEY 46, High-street J. E. ARNETT Newsagent, The Library WESTON-SUPER-MARE. I W. H. SMITH and SON Railway Bookstall I W. LEVER 21, Regent-street H. JELLY Meadow-street S. HALLETT Claremont, near Pier JAMBS LEVER —47. High-street Suaiiuss ,¡!: ■IBEWSOWS RlW08i;.|M I In Stock Largest Stock. Best Quality. Lowest Prices. 1 £ 5O0 Emeralds, &c„ &c. Q. Brilliants, Pearls, Babies, I, CAN BE PURCHASED BY Opalsand Rabies, or Sapphires Brilliant, Rubies or i( Slftm i/fTlmrtf? Brilliants, £ 6. and Brilliants, £ 20. Sapphires, £ 215s. (|gVJ-Ul"j) PAYMENTS Brilliants, JB12. Brilliants, S8 10s. Brilliants. £10 10s. SYSTEM. T&A I BBN SON'S do not chargfl 1 extra for buying this way. Pearls, Emeralds and Brilliants, £ 4 4s. I nincTPiTtn ™.N? '• ot w,tcha" £ 1 5a. Brilliants, £ 8 8s. I ""■US,°A,k0 Chains and Jewellery. ■ DflOVQ No -• Clocks, "im- 62&64, LUDGATE HILL, E.C.I '» £ SLvff&l 95 jjllfe fh Your little ills will find relief in llf CARTER'S UTTLELIVER PILLS I For HEADACHE, For WDIGEiTKH?,' ftf f X, For TORPID LIVER, fj| For CONSTIPATION, II m U For SALLOW SKIN, H m For the COMPLEXION. 11 M TilT I TTTB_8L S Very small, and easy-to Purely 1 £ § B take as sugar. Vegetable. |g fa Ml jf w Sfe 8 I Genuine must have signature 11 VJLaat/ s *g £ wggsy g • The Physician's H i§| fl ra B BBQ "flv jfc ffi 9 Jfl Cure for Gout, S 1 k 5 SSS jgjBi qp « fff Rheumatic Gout and Gravel. Safest and most The Universal Remedy for Acidity of the Gentle Medicine foe Stomach, Headache, Heartburn, Indigestion, Infants, Children, Sour Eructations, Bilious Affections. Delicate Females, and the Sickness of Pregnancy. DINNEFO -y c: H. SAMUEL'S- GREAT ALTERATION SALE. I Enormous Price Reductions at H. Samuel's FOR 21 DAYS ONLY. Extensive alterations, necessitated by an increasing demand for H. SAMUEL'S famous Factory Price Specialities is being made the occasion of some sensational sacrifices in Watches, I Rings, Gems, Jewellery, Electro-silver, Wedding Gifts, &c. Some Record-breaking 1 Bargains will be offered from day to day, and much money will be saved by fortunate buyers I who makq their purchases during the jarojgress of this wonderful Sale Event. | f,. the of Pocicet-savilig Here are some Typical Selections Values down for Clearance. A Month's I Free Trial allowed with any article, on the money-back principle :— | 5/6 .—Oak Biscuit Barrels, handsome O lf £ */9-—HandsomeSilver-mountedFlower A I | Nickel-platecl Mounts ijJ\J Vases. Best Glass 1 716. — Handsome Four-bottle Dinner O /Q 6/6.—Solid real Gold Hall-marked — Cruets, Electro-plated Stands O^i/ Gem Kings, choicely set real 40/—Solid real Gold Alberts, the O K Stones. A marvellous opportunity Talk of the Town$/6.—Solid Real Gold Brooches, in Q/Q 8/6.-1^1 Silver-bltcfod IWr'. 8'«t variety Brushes, Fashionable Cherub Q J^ i/lO.—Handsome Nickel Timepieces, A I Design. Good Bristles accurate and reliable 1/ 8/6.—Ladies' Silver Watches, with Albert 1/^ complete, A Wonderful Bargain V j O -—\ "■? Handsome Real Silver Watches for men. Accurate, reliable <J J \J f • Ladies'Gold Watches, Engraved A77 1C i-. Cases, Most desirable present X I J%J Solid^Silver Curb Alberts, hall marked. rfiHWr' rjr^m ^ne ^'S^t-day Regulator Clocks. Strike A C JCi f w hours and half-hours. Wonderful value lw|U i/jf- m Very^handsome Solid Gold Engraved Keeper r Sterling Silver Cabinet 2/3 If»J Solid Gold Scarf Pins, Charms, Lace Brooches, &c. 1/9 A Personal Visit w «' ^quaint you with n.My sur- A rtSlPmiai VISIC prising offers not described here. Some one of the BARGAINS may fit your requirements. CALL TO-DAY. | c', CUSTOMER'S TRAIN FARE PAID AS USUA L. I, H. SAMUEL,7- QONSIDER YOUR I )( JJEALTH r- When you consider how mach depends upon it, what can be more important to you than the state ot your health f If you ale troubled with bad or indifferent heslth yonr ctpactties for work sr pleasure are affected-even your life is threatened. Thoasanda of people know by old experience that g E E C H A M S TT) I D L 9 are a bls««ing in the household and in every country of the world. No other medicine eXer. cises a more marked control pvqr BILIOUSNESS, SICK HEADACHE, NERVOUS PROSTRATION, INDIGESTION, CONSTIPATION, and other painful forms of ■tooaaehie or nervonsJ tronble. BEECHAM'S PILLS are Sood alike for mao. woman and child/if taken according toduections. They are pre-eminently » ^.eme-a remedy to have by one in readiness for every occasion ahore need arises. There is yet another point in this connection that yon should mark on the tablet of vOllf memory. BEEOHATVTS PILLS ini sidition to their acknowledged value in Kidney, "ersnc Stomach disorders, have a specially beneficial effect in such ailments as are pecnJiar to women, many of whom endnre Deedless pain and ill health through ignorance of this important fact 6,000,000 BOXES SOLD ANNUALLY. Sold Everywhere in Boxes, Price Is 13id (56 pills) & 21 9d (168 di,Ib'- SWANSEA OFFICES s OF THE SOUTH WALES DAILY NEWS, No. 52, HIGH-STREET jgASS AND CO'S PALE AND MILD ALES. SEASON BREWINGS AY NOW BE HAD IN. PRIME CONDITION, IN CASKS OR BOTTLES, OF FULTON, DUNLOP, AND CO., CARDIFF 114 d ¡ YOU iJBAB A <5 LEG! With \Vounds that discharge or otherwise, perhaps suf' rounded with inflammation and swollen, that when you press your finger on the inflamed part it leaves the impres- sion ? If so, under the skin you havs poison that defies all the remedies vou have tried, which, if not extracted, you never can recover, but go on suffering till death releases you. "Perhaps your knees are swollen, the joints being ulcerated, the same with the ankles, round which the skin may be discoloured, or there may be wounds; the disease, if allowed to continue, will deprive you of the power to walk. You may have attended various hospitals and had medical advice and been told your case is hopeless, or advised to submit to amputation but do not, for I can cure you. I 1 don't say perhaps, but I will. Because others havefailed, j it is no reason I should. Send at once a Postal Order for 2S. 6d. to B.C.ALBERT 73, Farringdon Street, London, and you will receive a box of Grasshopper Ointment and Pills, which is a certain remedy for the cure of Bad Legs, Housejpaid's Knee, Ulcerated ] oints, Carbunctte.PoisoMd Hands, and Bmnons.W[Copyrichtj. WORK FOR ALL. We give a Nickel Silver Timekeeper and Mexican Silverine Watch Chain, SSk with guarantee to keep correct time for three years, or a Lady's or Glent'sWiL Rolled Gold Ring, free to any persons!^ MIH selling 48 Penny Pictorial PostcardsIw within 21 days. You can sell themiu wtst&T&igr an hour. Send name and address (postcard will do). BRITISH FINE ART CO., 115, Strand, London. WO PAINE' S BILL POSTING SYNDICATB. For Aberdare, Btrwain, Mountain Ash, and District Z. ANDREWS, Secretary. 13P20 Oinces- 1105 NEW THEATRE, ABERDARE,

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