THE WEST END TAILORS. Ladies' Dept.: 23. DUKE-STREET. Gentlemen's Dept.: 19, DUKE-STREET. OVERCOATINGS in Grey Cheviots and Rainproofs, to Order, 35s., 40s., 45s., 50s. BLACK VICUNA COAT AND VEST, to Order, 30s., 35s., 40s. True Fit Guarau- teed. REAIi SCOTCH SUITINGS, to Order, 42s.. 45s. TROUSERINGS, to Order, 10s. 6d., 13s., 16s., and 18s. 6d. T ADIES' DEPARTMENT.—COATS r L and SKIRTS to Order. zC3 3s. RAIN- PROOF JtAGLAN COATS, to Order, 35s. Patterns on Application. r
Benger's Food For INFANTS, INVALIDS, and the ACED: This delicious and highly nutritive Food is quite distinct from any other obtainable. The u.cndon Jfledical Record says: "It is retained when all other foods are rejected. It is invaluable.^ I he British Mediccl 'journal says: "Bengers Food has by its excellence established a reputation of its own." .Benger's Food is sold in tins by Chemists, Ac., everywhere.
public £ musnnents* CARDIFF. THEATRE JJOYAL, CARDIFF. lessee and Manager ROBERT REDFORD. THIS EVENING, AT 7.30. LAST PERFORMANCE. ItB. and MRS. CHARLES SUGDEN and their L^-<DON COMEDY COMPANY, in r^S'p A J^OOKING QLASS. NEXT WEEK-CHARLES COLLETTE. Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday. MY AWFUL DAD. Thursday, Friday, and Saturday, WHAT HAPPENED TO JONES. al2328 Box Office at Theatre 10 to 5. Nat. Tele. 362. QRAND IpHEATRE. Lessee and Manager.EDWARD QUIGLEY. UO-NIGHT, AT 7.30. AND DURING THE WEEK. fJTHE J^/jTSTERIES OF J^ONDON. Tie not in mortals to command success. but we'll do more: deserve it."—Addison. THE CARDIFF EMPIRE, QUEEN-STREET. ^•naging Director OSWALD STOLL. TO-NIGHT. THE JJIOSCOPE Will take the place of Miss Letty Lind (who will Not Appear through illness), with exceptional Pictures of Interest. SKATINELLA and DELILIA, ,j Sensational Athletes and Ring Performers. JACK CAMP, The Popular Eccentric Comedian. ARTHUR LENNARD, The Popular Actor Vocalist. in his latest successes. The Late TOM WHITE'S ARABS, Includes "PIMPLE." A Unique Entertam- I • ment.. MORA and LOLA, in a Burlesque Musical Melange. NOHAH EMERALD, j Comedienne and Dancer. GEORGIE MAY, Vocalist. LIZZIE FLETCHER, Comedienne. J 'A New and Original Pantomimical Speciality, 1 A ZOOLOGICAL COMEDY, In two scenes, invented, arranged, and produced by DONALDSON BROS. and. ARDEL. Supported by a Powerful Company. Bicycles stored Free of Charge. I Two PerformaLces Nightly. Early one between 7 o'clock and 9; late one between o'clock and 11. Box Office open daily (with exception of Saturdays) 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. and 7 to 10 p.m. Saturdays 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Plan •»f Grand Circle. No booking fees. GILBERT'S CIRCUS ANDREWS' HAHL, CARDIFF. TO-NIGHT! TO-NIGHT! Direct from the London Hippodrome, tA THOS FAMILY, Original Head Acrobats. MICHEL AND POLO, Greatest of all Athletes. TOM WEBB, and Champion Lasso Thrower. tfce-Groat-Lady Rid«r. rTTT,J £ 5E BOYAL BIOSCOPE. GILBERT'S STAR CIRCUS COMPANY Vrr.-La"y and Gentlemen Riders. Gymnasts, vv ire-walkers, Juprglers, Shadowgraphists. and Equilibrists. THE GROUP OF MERRY CLOWNS. MAGNIFICENT STUD OF HIGHLY-TRAINED HORSES. PONIES, and ELEPHANTS. Afternoon Performance Every Satu-dav at Two, commencing at 2.30. AH Scfceoi Chil- dren admitted to the Gallery at 2d. each; Half-price to other parts. Prices, 2s., Is. 6d., Is., and 6d.. Doors open at 7, commencing at 7.30. Half-price to all parts at 8.45. Booking at the Circus from 11 till 4. -No Seats guaranteed. No Money Returned. ■faea-onts Not Transferable. a!2082 CARDIFF TRIENNIAL MUSICAL J E (S T I V A L 1902. _CFFORUS OF 250 VOICES. LADIES AND GENTLEMEN DESIROUS OF JOINING THE FESTTVAL CHORUS ARE REQUESTED TO MAKE EARLY APPLICATION IN WRITING TO THE JOINT HON. SEC3.. GLEN LYN, CATHEDRAL ROAD. CARDIFF. STATING VOICE, AND FULL PAR- TICULARS WILL BE SENT THEM. ALL APPLICANTS must be prepared to pass a preliminary test before being admitted a member of the Chorus. The Rehearsals for the Festival will com- mence shortly. The Music (Old Nota- tion and Tonic Sol-fa) will be supplied. a12288 t:=- NEWPORT. NEWPORT EMPIRE CHARLES-STREET. •Managing Director .OSWALD STOLL. TO-NIGHT. JAIL BIRDS," by the FRED KARNO TROUPE OF SPEECHLESS COMEDIANS. BEATTY and BENTLEY. Varieties by GAL- LAGHER and HILD. "PADDYWHISKI," W. H. FOX. Novel Musical Specialist. BORGHETTI TROUPE of Marvellous Acrobats. GILLENO and the Musical Geese. MdIle. ONRA "On the Silver Wire." PAUL LANGTRY, the Humorous Black. L YC E U m, N EWPORT. Proprietor & Manager.Mr. CLARENCE SOUNES LAST NIGHT THE GREAT SENSATIONAL DRAMA, RP HE ^YORST "^ROMAN JN T ONDON. Box Office Open 10 to 10. Telephone, 158, New- Dort 77051 -Next Week: UNDER THE CZAR. J^EOAUSE we give the PUBLIC the BIGGEST and BEST BOOT VALUE IN THIS OR ANY OTHER TOWN we have the BIGGEST and BEST TRADE. BOYLE AND CO. 7, CHURCH-STREET s (The Boot Market). 10, CHURCH-STREET (St. John's End). 2, HIGH-STREET iDuke-street End), 28, ST. MARY-STREET, AND BRANCHES. CARDIFF. e9325 For EORTON'S For females ORIGINAL Females only. BENEDICT PILLS. only. The Proprietor has received thousands 01 testimonials from all parts. Females of all 8-sea sliu«_ld never be without a box, as they at once remove all irregularities, and are in no way injurious, which is the case with many advertised pills. In boxes Is. lid. and 2s. 9d. Sent Post Free under cover Id. extra, direct by the proprietor. G. D. Horton (late Chief Dispenser from the Birmingham General and Lying-in Hospitals). 63, Aston-road North, Eirminfham. AgentsCardiff: R. Mumford.i Chemist. Ac., Meteor-street. Splotlands. Mer- thyr: Willis. Chemist, Georgetown. Swansea: Lloyd. Chemist, Oxford-street. Newport: Young, Chemist. High-street. Cannot be had from other_ Chemists. N.B.—None genuine Unless bearing G. D. Horton" in red across each label. Letters answered free. etc TYPEWRITING TAUGHT AT THE t.&. WESTERN litiTT OFFICE, CARDIFF. Siismess aatnrsses. SMOKE o. 1!Bt\tf tf) ( 13 NAVY CUT CIGARETTES. 0 Wl 1 X rjpUDOR ^TILLIAMS' X pATENT JJALSAM OF JJONEY IS THE BEST FOR CGCGHS, COLDS, AND ALL DISORDERS OF CHEST AND LUNGS. A CERTAIN CURE! 1 dear me, I forgot to give TUDOR VHL- LIAMS' BALSAM OF HONEY to my children Vefjre they retired to bed. I am certf-m :fc<y will COUGH ALL NIGHT WITHOUT IT. There is nothing on the face of the eartV equal to it; thoroughly up-to-date." equal to it; thoroughly up-to-date." In this damp and changeable climate Coug.is and Colds are almost certain at ecme time during the winter to visit every household in thf: land. It would, therefore, seem only a wile, precaution to keep on hand a bottle of TUDOR WILLIAMS BALSAM OF HONEY ready for immediate use. Pleasant, soothing, healing, and it splendid tonic, it is certainly without an equal for the prevention and cure of troublesome coughs and in all throat an' iniiji artectious. Moreovfr, it does what uo simple cough remedy will do—it promotes appetite, aids digestion, increases weight, and builds up the health and strength generally. It contains no opiate or other narcotic, and is perfectly safe even for the ymingest infants I am constantly receiving reports from ail liarts of the kingdom attesting its remarkable power to relieve and cure troublesome coughs. IT IS PRESCRIBED BY Tlii MEDICAL PRO- FESSION, and USED in the LEADING HOS- PITALS THROUGHOUT THE WORLD. 1.. BALSAM OF HONEY contains PURE WELSH HONEY and so essence of the purest and most efficacious Herbs on the Hills of Wales, being' gathered in the proper seson, when their virtues are vm fuil perfection. A STIPENDIARY AND A. MAGISTRATE IN THE COUNTY OF GLAMORGAN REM ARKS "I feel it my duty to inform you that I have been U8~rr? your Tudor Williams' Bafeam ot Honey in my family, which is a latgs- one, for many years, and have proved its crest value, having used nothing else foT Cough, during., Measles, Whooping Cough, and Bronchitia, and CAI highly recommend it to, all paraita for,. an-h complaints." Try it; will net resre-teit. SEE YOU GET THE GENUINE ARTICLE. T DOIi WILLIAMS' PATENT BALSAM OF HONEY. PATENT BALSAM OF HONEY. BRITISH OFFICERS PRAISE IT. Sir»—rYour Tudor Williams' Patent Balsam of Honey cared me of a stubborn coutrh and tight chest; which prevented me from attend- ing to my drills T. FOXHALL, S.M.R.A., o u v ™ Devtm Artillery. Devoaport. Sold by all Chemists and Stores in lSi, 2s. 6d and 4s. 6d. bottles. Samples Bottle sent (poat paid) for Is. 3d., 3s.. and 5s. from the inventor. P. TUPOR WIL,LIAM$» L.S.D.W.E-. MEDICAL CALL, ABi £ ltD ARE. 29118 ou* IRONCLAD' MODEL PIANO, UPRIGHT GK £ S$> (Overstrung). Tone Rich and Equal. Touch Perfect and Unfailing. For Prompt Cash, £28 (Carriage Paid) Or may be had on extended payment system for a small sum monthly. CATALOGUES POST FREE. DALE, FORTY & CO PIANO AND ORGAN MERCHANTS HIGH-STREET, CARDIFF. Also at Cheltenham, Birmingham. 4c. Nat. Tel. 1,103. Ye Olde Green Dragon Restaurant, 15, DUKE-STREET, CARDIFF. The Premises which have lately been known the "Scotia Restaurant" now revert to its old name of 50 years ago, when it was an old-fashioned, fully-licensed inn. A NEW GRILL AND DINING ROOM has been constructed on the ground floor at a con- siderable cost, which makes it One of the Most Con- venient Restaurants and Cafes in Cardiff. Luncheons from 12 till 3 o'clock. Chops and steaks from the (Trill. Cold Meats, &c., Afternoon Teas*and Suppers. Licensed for British and Foreign Wines on Draught and in Bottle. An UPSTAIRS ROOM for Meetings or Social Gatherings.PaTeriii, in all its branches. Dinners, Ball Suppers, Wedding Breakfasts. An Assortment, of Highly Ornamented Bride and Birthday Cakes to Select From', or Any Design Made to Order. HOTELS AND FAMILIES WAITED UPON DAILY' WITH BREAD, ItOLLS, PASTRY. We are now Taking Orders for Our Xmas Puddings, Mince Pies, and Richly Decorated Xmas Cakes. CALL AND INSPECT OUR STOCK BEFORE ORDERING ELSEWHERE. W. GREEN, Proprietor. And at 112, Woodville-road, and the Cardiff Central Steam Bakery, Frederick-street Nat. Tel.: 947. e8919 BEECHAM'S PILLS CURE BILIOUS AND NERVOUS DISORDERS. «-ONSTlPATION, SICK HEADACHE, INDIGESTION. DYSPEPSIA. And a!l STOMACHIC TROUBLES. Tt E E C HAM'S JpiLLS REMOVE WIND and PAiNS in the STOMACH, AROUSE SLUGGISH and TORPID LIVERS. ENSURE PROPER ASSIMILATION of FOOD. STRENGTHEN the STOMACH. BFECHAM'S PILLS MAKE yc.u LOOK WELL, FEEL WELL, and KilEP WELL. REMOVE PIMPLES and BLOTCHES on the SKIN. LAY the'foundation of GOOD HEALTH. SUITABLE for OLD and YOUNG. BEECHA,M'S "ILLS PURIFY tie BLOOD anH REMOVE SCURVY. ARE MILD, but EFFECTIVE, in their action. REMOVE the result of OVER-INDULGENCE. CURE RESTLESSNESS and INSOMNIA. JgEECHAM'S f)0 I L L S Are SPECIALLY SUITABLE for the DISEASES and AILMENTS COMMON to FEMALES, IMPROVE THE COMPLEXION, REGULATE THE SYSTEM. BEECHAM'S PILLS have stood the test of over 50 years without the publication of teeti- monialfl. JW they RECOMMEND THEMSELVES. gEECPAM'S ,p I L L 8 £ >ales bV ftuctiam 'CHURCH-STREET SALEROOMS, CARDIFF. TMTR. A. SETCHFIELD will SELL by 1?JL AUCTION,' on THURSDAY NEXT, December 12tb. 1901, a Large Quantity of Superior HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE AND OTHER MISCELLANEOUS EFFECTS, Removed to above Rooms for Convenience of Sale. Commencing Two p.m. prompt. 3122zl2 PREPAID SCALE Small Prepaid Advertisements are inserted in the "Evening Express" at the following raies:- WORDS. ONCE. THEEE SIX TIMES. TIMES. _1_ S. D. S. D. S. D: 12 0 3 0 6 0 9 13 to 19 0 5 0 10 1 3 20 to 26 0 7 1 2 1 9 27 to 33 0 9 1 6 2 3 In all cases the name and address are counted as part of the advertisement.
BIRTHS, MARRIAGES, and DEATHS can be inserted in the "Evening Express" at the following rates:—For 20 words or each; 6d. for each aùditional 10 words or. part of. ifrreoitAi. "1XTII,I,I4-I Oxley's Private Detective Agency.- T T Evidence Collected in Divorce, Elections, Libel, Financial, and Robbery. Suspected Peisons Watched. Musing Friends Traced.—AddreM 6, Lower Cathedral- rcsd, Cardiff. 3061*12 anti ;founU» LOST, Black and Tan Spaniel Dos;; answers to the name of "I)a?h' finder rewarded, detainer prose- ciited.—Oaj Castle, Brynmawr. 3168z13 LOST, from Forge Hotel, (irangeitown, Cardiff, a Brindled Greyhound Bitch; scar on side; name, Rose; finder rewarded; detainer prosecuted. 3123x13 LOST, between Llandaff and Llanishen, Gold Brace- let; Under rewarded.—Redcote, Llanishen. 3023x11 LOST, November 1st, Water Dog; chocolate colour; w-itlicut tail; curled hairs; white and crossed sp"t on brl'I)i;t.Flndl'r- rewarded, 200, Bute-road. Car- .dlf(' 2988zll iHttJtraK WANTED, Middle of .Tatyiary, a Qualified Assis- tant; salary £ 200; outdoor; easy district to work.—Apply, with recent testimonials, to J 93, Western Mail, Cardiff. ° 3142x13 QUALIFIED, registered Man, disengaged, to Act as Locum or Assistant; recent references; expe- rienced and reiiaNe.—Medicus, Bank-cliambers, Neata. 3118-10 DI3PEKSEII and Dresser, experienced. Disengaged; satisfactory references.—J 83, Western Mail, Car- diff- 3086*12 LOCUM Disengaged; highest references; experienced, reliable, qualified gentleman.—H 16, Western Mail, Cardiff. '2729*7 T\7"ANTED, a Qualified Assistant; Welsh an advan-j ii tage; salary, £ 156 a year, indoors; dispenser kept.-Apply, stating age, references, &c., to W. Kirkby, Surgeon, Maesteg. 3019*12 Clerical. RHYL, Diocese of St. Asaph.—Curate Wanted; priest bilint-uai; musical.—Apply the Vicar. zl2 WANTED, Lay Reader, in middle of January neic, for Briton Ferry.—Vicar. 2879*9 CITRATE Wanted; priest (unmarried): active; sole charge; desirable curacy for a devoted clergyman. -Address- the Rector. Llanilid, Bridgend iltttrarp. WANTED immediately, Junior Reporter, with knowledge of routine newspaper office.—Apply, refarSHcea and wages. Manager, Chronicle, Bridgend. 7.7 iHudiral. IF You Want a Piano or Organ, do not be persuaded by any invested person to purchase until you have ascertained the extraordinary value we are offering. You will savo many pounds, be mo3t liberally treated, »nd get the easiest possible terms by purchasing from us.—Duck, Son. and Pinker, the Great Piano Merchants. Pultenev Bi.dge, Bath, and at Bristol. Catalogue and book of atkicc Jr.ce, (Niubc tto paper.) e9399 3Ltgai» V4/ A^JCTKD, Shortha|»a, r Tjpe^i5Q J". s (Yost), arid.Engrossing Clerk.—State experience, age, references, and salary required, Gwilym .Tames[ Charles, and Davies, Solicitors, Merthyr Tydfil. 77089 WANTED, Junior Shorthand aljd Engrossing~C!ert —Apply, with references, and stating salary re- quired. Gwiljiu James, Charles, and Davies, Solicitors, Sjferthyr Tydfil. 77088 £ >rl)xilastir. CLERKSHIPS; £ 85— £ 450; Admiralty, War, Excise, C Ctstoins Offices; vacancies now; open to all, aged i 15-23; experience unnecessary; special explanatory pamphlet free.—Secretary, Civil Service Bureau, Albert. hall, Edinburgh. 2759z7 Teachers Wanted. WA.NTKD, for Llanfabon National Schools, Assis- tant Teachers; certificated, Articles. 50 and 58 —Apply, stating salary required, ltectoi, Ne^on. Glam. 77121 "VTURSERY Governess. or Mother's Help Wanted 1> immediately.—Apply, stating age, experience, and sitlary, enclosing, photo,, to A. W., Western Mail, Swansea. ■ ■ 3171z10 BKIDGEND National School (Mixed), Under Master. —anted, atver Christmas, Female Aesistant Teacher; state qualifications and send testimonials. Apply Rector of Coity, Cae Court, Bridgend, Glamor- g3n- Z88079 NON-RESIDENT Assistant Teacher; njusioal Hariow House School, Newport-road, Cardiff. »19324_ Teachers Want Employment, WANTED, after Ch nstmaf, lie-engagement as VT Daily Governess near Neath or Swansea; highest references.—J 77, Western Mail, Cardiff. 3046z12 %ou$tftrrprr$9 Comvanions^ Housekeepers, Companions! &c«« _— Wanted. WAN1KD, January 1st, Respectable Person, about 35, as Working Housekeeper for business house; another servant' kept.—State particulars, Mrs. Daniel, C'rane-street, l'ontypool. 31477.13 XAf ANT'ED. Mother's Help Daily, 10-30-'5-307 on^ V T baby.—Mrs. Hedley, 7, St. James-gardens, Swan- sea. 3173z10 WANTED, Working Housekeeper; 45 to 50; elderly person,—A. X., Western Mail. Swan- 317Zzl3 WORKING Housekeeper; family 2.—Applv (even- ing). 17, Windsor-place, Cardiff. 3129*10 WANTED, good Working Housekeeper; about 45 to 50; good home.—Apply J 86, Western Mail, Cardiff. 3113z9 WANTED, staid Person as Working Housekeeper for business house; help given; three in family. -kpply — Apply M. Moloney, Aberkenfig. 3005z7 I; TXTORKINO Housekeeper or good General Servant VV Wanted; business house.—Apply, with copy reference, Acc., J 60. Western Mail, Cardiff. 3010*11 WANTED immediately. Young Lady as Mother'* Help; light household duties and needlework.— State age, salary, and reference to Mrs. Morris Jen- kins, Nevil-street, Abergavenny. 2979z7 E.NTLEIIA N Offers most comfortable GENTLEMAN (BO family) Offers or Spinster, about home to refined Lady, Widow or Spinster, about 30, in Return for Light Housekeeping epn-ices.-Apply J 28. Western Mail. Cardiff. 2747*7 Housekeepers, Companions, &c.t Want Employment. WANTED, a Situation as Working Housekeeper; good plain cook; aged 32; good references.— K\, Western Majl, Cardiff. 3176*10__ ] WANTED, Situation as Working Housekeeper; 4 cook, wash, iron; good needlewoman; good refe- rence —J 9i. Western Mail, Cardiff. 3Q55z9 TX7ANTED, by domesticated Young Lady, Situation VV as Companion br Useful Help.—Apply J 81, Western Mail, Cardiff. 3068*12 TXT"ANTED, Situation as Housekeeper or Help Com- fV panion; experienced and trustworthy; good cook and needlewoman.—J 66, Western Mail, Cardiff. 1 2997*7 RESPECTABLE Widow as Working Housekeeper to One or Two Gentlemen, who would not object little girl (5); thoroughly domesticated; good plain cook.—3., Westeln Mail, Swansea. 2972*10 I; ^n'fcants* Nurses Wantocf. UNDER Nurse Wanted for Three Children, ages 3; ( years, 2, years, and 3 months; must have had expe- rience with young children.—Apply, with fullest par- ticulars, enclosing photograph if possible, to Mrs. Walters, Flynone, Swansea. 302&sll I "VTURSE Wanted immediately; experienced; three rxj children, aces 34 years, 2 years, and J months.— Apply, with full particulars, stating age, experience, wages, also photograph if p'issible (under nurse kept), Mrs. Walters, Ffynone, Swansea. 3027*11_ WANTED immediately, experienced Nurse; also Cook-General; good wages.—3, Victoria-square, Penarth. 2941*15 -] NURSE Wanted immediately.—Apply 14, Park-place, Cardiff. al2339_ Cooks WiLntoo. STRONG, Respectable Person Wanted as Cook- 1 KJ General; quiet, country village; communicant, or desirous becoming one; wages not more than £18.- Mrs. Bishop, Putley Rectory, Ledbury, Herefordshire. 3138zl3 WANTED, good Piain Cook-General at once.—Apply Mrs. Ramsdale, 54, Newport-road, Cardiff. zlO WANTED, a good Plain Cook.—Apply,, with age, wage, references, Mrs. Tribe, Treorchy. 2918*11 WANTED at once, good Cook-General; also House- Parlourmaid."— Apply 14, Newport-road,-Cardiff. 2937zW WANTED, Cook-General.—Apply Manager, Clvtha Pjtrk, Abergavenny.. 3987*6 WANTED immediately, for country., good Plain Cook on supply.—Apply, with reference,. Mrs. Paries, Upland, Carmarthen. 2897*10 IBomessttr ^erbantd^ Cooks Wanted-Continued. COOK-General; 6mall family; wages £ 16.—Mrs" Davies, 17, Greenway-ferrace, Neash. 2868z9 WANTED, Plain Cook and House-Parlourmaid; gentleman's small family in' Brecon; wages £ 20, £ 15-—Mrs. Lowry, Alexandra-road, Brenon. 2838z9 WANTED, Cook-General; two in family; house- parlouimaid and boy to do boots and knives kept.— Apply Mrs. Hopkins, Fairfield, Ely-road, Canton, (Jar- diff- 2802*9 WANTED, good Plain Cook.—State age and wages Mrs. Perkins, 'l'onn, Llandovery. 2736*7 GOOD Cook-General and Housemaid Required imme- diately good wages to capable servants.—33, Ply- mouth-road, Penarth. 2740*7 WANTED at once, a trustworthy, -good Cook- General willing, and excellent references; age 28 to 30-—Apply Taylor, Panteg, Aberytt- wyit. 76657 KOUSD and Parlour Maids Wanted. WANTED, a Young House-Parlourmaid.—69, Kirh- mond-road, Koath. 3160*13 WANTED immediately, Young, Girl as Housemaid and Assist Cook-housekeeper in small family; good character—Mrs. l'arry, Cadicot, Chepstow. z10 WANTED at once, a Housemaid; aged about 26; good references.—Apply Mias Taylor, Panteg, Aberystwyth. 77110 WANTED, good House-Parlourmaid or experienced Housemaid.—State experience and wages re- quired Mrs. Routledge, Woodfield Park, Blackwood. z9 WANTED, after Christmas, good Parlourmaid and Housemaid, accustomed to school or college preferred.—Apply Matron, Theological College, Aber- dare. 2998*13 HOUSE-Parlourmaid; needlewoman.—Apply, giving references, to Mrs. Lewis, Vicarage, Briton Ferrv. 2982z7 WANTED iuViediately, Supply Housemaid and General; Christmas holiday given.—Apply, be- twivn 7 and 8 p.m., 215, Newport-road, Cardiff. z9 WANTED, superior House-Parlourmaid (over 25); country;.two in family; comfortable home; good wages to competent servant.—Mrs. F. Pentyrch, near Cardiff 2801*9 WANTED, experienced Parlourmaid; Church per- v v scn.—State references and wages Miss Morgan- Stratfoid, St. Athan Rtctory, Cardiff. 76663 Kltchenmaids Wanted. WANTED, strong Kitchenmaid.—Apply Mrs. Wm. Harris, 144 High-street, Merthyr. 2857z9 WJ"ANTED, strong Girl as Kitchenmaid.—Apply^ VT stating age, wages, references, Mrs. H. C. Lewis, SauDdersfoot, Pembi okeshire. 77031 Generals Wanted. GOOD General Servant; family three; good wages.— Aubrey,- Victoria-quadrant, Weston-super-Mare. 3179z13 WASHING ,ai:d Cleaning Wanted, resjiectable Woman; good references.—lv 2, Western Mail, Cardiff- THUKOLTGHLY Experienced General Required T Bachelor's House; country; good cook.—J 92, Western Mail, Cardiff. 3143zl3 GENERAL Wanted; must be honest; will be taugltt cooking; wages £ 10 to £ 14—Mrs. Macfar- lane, London and Provincial Bank, Teddington. 77132 WANTED, good General; able to do plain cook- ing; no washing; good references required; second servant kept.-Apply (between 6 and 8), 74, Car- lis!e-street, Cardiff. 3130z10 WANTED, good General Servant.—Apply, with references, Mrs. Phillips, Fleece Hotel, Cinder- ford. 3131zlo WANTED' immediately, good General, milk after- noon; dairy; wages, £ 15.—Lamb ton, Slade Hall, Haverfordwest. 3117z13 WANTED, after Christmas, an experienced General; ^ble to cook, wash, and iron—Mrs. Fred Richardson, 9, Uplands-crescent, Swansea. zl2 WANTED immediately. General Servant; email family; housemaid kept.—11, Dumfries-place, Cardiff. 3066*12 W~ ANTED immediately, a strong, clean, willing Girl as Ward Maid; must be over 20 years of age and able to polish floors; wages R12 and all found. Also Wanted, the first week in January, a Nurses' Dining-room Maid and a Scullery-maid.—Apply, any morning before cne o'clock, personally, to the Matron, Cardiff Infirmary. 1112352 TfTANTED, a strong General Servant; able to assist VV in washing; good references required.—Apply Edwards, Punch House, Tredegar. 3050zll W~ ANTED, a General Servant; must be good plain' cook; aged 30 to 35 preferred; wages £ 14-to £ 18.—Apply, with testimonials, to Dr. E. P. Phillips, High-street, Haverfordwest. 3043^11 WANTEP, good: General Servant^ country place; two in family.—State salary Mrs. Itees, De/Iwyn, L;antwit Vardro 3040*11 WANTED, tidy Young Girl for General Work!— W Apply 168, Sererii-road, Canton, Cardiff. z7 WO good General Servants Wanted.—Apply MrX Davies, 63, ^igh-street, Ferndale. 2980zll W ANTED, good General Servant.—Apply CommeT eial Hotel, Cilfynydd. 2946*10 WANTED immediately, General Servant; good wages; small family; nurse kept.-Apply 47,' The Parade, Cardiff. 2904*10 WANTED, good General Servant; assistance given. —Mrs. 'Thomas, Boverton Place, near Cardiff. z9 AN experienced General Wanted; boy kept; four m family; good, comfortable home to a steady, trustwdtthy girL-Apply Housekeeper, 68, Richmond- road, Cardiff. 2853*9 WANTED, Young Domestic Servant to Accompany Lad/ who is shortly returning to Buenos Ayres. Apply before 6 evening Mrs. n., 64, Richmond-road, Car- diff., 2803z9 WANTED, strong General for 2 in family.—Apply 11, Windsor-place, Cardiff. 2810*9 \NTED, by elderly lady in farmhouse, experienced General Servant; able to wash and do plain cooking; no milking; housemaid kept; small famiIJ"- J 34, Westerr. Mail, Cardiff. 2796z9 IADY (no relatives) Requires well-recommended, expe- j rienced General.—J 26, Western Mail, Cardiff. z7 W' ANTED immediately, a Genera!: good wages given; another kept; no washing; good refe- rences required—Rowlands, Tredegar Arms, Blackwood, ] Mon. 2733*7 Female Servants Want Places. ADIES Suited with All Cla ss es iium e dia t el v. — Stamp, Registry, 27, CoWbridge-road, Cardiff. zl3 i Domestic, aged 23, Woukl Like to Obtain a Situa- tion with a Family Travelling Abroad.—K 2, Western Mail,-Cardiff. ] DISENGAGED, thoroughly experienced Hotel Cook; D excellent testimonials.—Apply J 97, Western 1 Mail, Cardiff. 3162*10 e ALL Classes superior Servants Disengaged, Town or Country.—Castle Registry, Windsor-place, Cardiff. 3124x13 1 "VTURSE Desires Engagement to Lady," Gentleman, or i\ Child; hospital and private experience; excellent references.—J 94, AILY Work.—Clean, strong Girl, 24; good cleaner, washer—9, Park-place, Cardiff. 3128zl0 I l.:7\7AKTBD, Situation as Sewing or Useful Maid fI, with respectable family; aged 25,-M. D., 2,' Broad-street. Llandovery. -_3Qfj1!1?- j WANTED, Situation a3 good Temporary Cook with 1 kitchenmaid, or Would Oblige a Lady till j Abergavenny. 3030z7 ~Z g General in small farnliy; age -30-—16, South J\_ W.illiam-street, Docks, Cardiff. 3007*7 j AS Sewing or Lady's Maid to Lady; good,dress- maker: not been out before.—J 64, Western 1 Mail, Cardiff. 3003*11 CI IT UATllpN Wanted as a Plain Cook, country pre- C) ferred? dairy and baking; wages, £22 to £24; r itge 30,-J ,67, Western Mail, Cardiff. 3Q 16z7 SITUATIONS Wanted for Several General Servants (Country Girls").—Mrs. Coster's Registry, Glouces- 1 ter. 2758z7 I s ( Male Servants Wanted. GRCfOM Wanted Indoors; no driving; state age; wages required.—J 91, Western Mqil, Cardiff. zl3 WANTED, young Footman] tfnder-Parlouri^aid.— G. W. Cobb, Caldicot Castle, Chepstow. 77097 j STABLE Boy Required.—Apply Coachman, William- t s ston, Neyland. 77109 A WANTED immediately, Y'oung Man (to live in), Make Himself Useful, Attend to Pony, Garden, Milk One Cow.—Enclose reference in first letter, state g ige and wages* expected, Edwin Rice, Esq., Ynyslas, I jlyn-N eath. 2962110 WANTED, good Coachman; single-handed; drive sinjle and pair.—Apply, with references, Mrs. „ Walter Morgan, Forest House, Treforest. 2769z7 e VSTANTED, for a Country House, about half a mile C VV from town, a good Gardener, to Manage a Sinall Kitchen Garden, with fruit trees, and Milk Two Cows; •[ in cottage.—Apply, by letter, to Mrs. Price, Caederwen, Abergavenny. 76928 WANTED, strong Lad, about 17, or Young Man, to Help Milk and Drive to Town; live out.— a Akers, St. Fagan's. 287Qz9 J Male Servants Want Places. WANTED, Situation as Groom; single; aged 21: able to ride and drive; used to hunters.—Evans, Bryn Cothi, Nantgaredig. 3120*13 COACHMAN, experienced, Seeks Situation; good driver of pair and single; aged twenty-eight; 1 C driver of pair and single; aged twenty-eight; 1 lingler good reference.—Apply J. Lock, clo Mr. Strong, Pen-y-Lan, Cardiff. 3065z9 4 WANTED, Situation Head Working-Gardener; thoroughly experienced till branches; highest reference first-class establishment; unmarried; aged 32. I -J 75, Western Mail, Cardiff. 3041*11 1 AS Ostler; experienced with team; good stableman; ride.—Groom, Post Office, Crumlin, Mon. 3020*7 r YOUTH Seeks Situation as Young Footman; willing. ( — J 59, Western Mail, Cardiff. 2989*11 1 WANTED, Situation as Single-handed Gardener or Second in Large Place; eight, years' experience S ,n large gardens; testable references.—E. Pritchard, I- IBrynhyfryd. Stow-hill, Newport. 2888*10 YOUNG Man, aged 27, Wants Situation; life expe- C rience in stable duties, and well up in his work; 3 ride and drive, single or pair; splendid references; used to hunters.—O. Stickler, 30, Salop-street,, Penarth. z9 WANTED, by Butcher's Son, Situation on a Farm a to Look After Cattle and Make Himself Useful; live in, and to be treated as one of. the family; milk, if accessary.—J 42. Western Mail, Cardiff. 2816z9 SITUATION Wanted by Gardener; willing to make r S himself useful; town or country; wife good laun- iress.—Apply Isaac Cramb, Cross Oak, Talybont-on- usk, Breconshire. 2779*7 r AS Groom or Groom-Coachman; ride or drive.— James, High-street, St. Clears, Carm. 2776*7 Man and Wife V.'anted. WANTED immediately, Man and Wife to Act'as Caretakers for the Memorial-hall, Cowbriige- road, Cardiff.—Apply, with full particulars, by letter, to the Secretary. 69. De Burgh-street. _12362 Bjoinegtir $tl"nant6. Man and Wife Wanted—Continued. FARM Bailiff.—Wanted, Working Man and Wife; wages 22s. and house and garden.—Apply, with references and experience, to C: E., 14, Heathfield- street, Swansea. 3174zl3 WANTED, respectable Man aad Wife, without chil- dien, as Caretakers; wagrg 25s. a week, with rent, gas, and coal—Apjly,.personally, on Monday, the 2nd December, between 5 and 7 p.m., or Wednesday and Thursday, from 7 30—8 30 at the Girls' High School, Walter-road, Swansea. 77056 feotrl assistants, Sr. Situations Vacant* HOTEL.—Head Porter Kequared; experienced; good references from family hotel; aged not under 30; tail. Manageress, Esplanade Hotel, PortheawL 3105*9 HOUSE-Chambermaid; experienced; good refe- rences, from family hotel; tall—Full particulars, age. Manageress, Esplanade Hotel, l'orthcawl. 3178*10 WANTED, a smart, experienced Young Alan as Bil- liard Marker for Club; tUree tables-; two under- markers kept; good wages given to suitable man; live in.—Apply J 99, Western Mail, Cardiff. 1-19348 :2- WANTED at once, a H«Kl Billiard Marker and W Assist in Waiting; wages 10s. per week and all found.—Apply, W. Davenport, Salisbury Club, Swan- sea. 3170z10 WANTED immediately, good General.—Apply Great Eastern Hotel, Roatfc, Cardiff.. 3167*10 BOOTS Who Understands Cellar Work and Billiard B Marking Wanted immediately; reference to last employer.—Apply Wyndham Hotel, Canton, Cardiff. zlQ WANTED, Useful Lady Help and to Relieve Bar.— Apply Mardy Hotel, Mertnyr. 2773^7 WANTED, Barmaid (experienced); reference from last situation indispensable; applications without not answered.—J 39, Western Mail Office, Car- Qiff-, 2812*9 WANTED immediately, smart Lad to Mark Bil- liards.—Apply, references, York Hotel, isridg- end. 3076z12 WANTED immediately, Two General Servants; easy duties.'—Apply, references, "York Hotel, Bridg- end. 3075Z12 GEN Eli AT, Strvant (Two kept) Wanted, who under- stands Plain Cookin'g; good home and good wages f"r a suitable person.—Apply Wyndham Hotel, Canton, Ca-idiff. 3070z9 BARMAID, expefieiiced, Wanted at once; must have good references from last employer.—Apply Blue Bell' Hotel, High-street, Cardiff. WANTED immediately,, experienced Barmaid; gooa wages suitable person; .1- references required; speak Welsh.—Davies, Tynewydd Hotel, Treherbert.zl2 BARMAID Wanted; experienced; reference from last situation required.—Apply Gillard, Neville Hotel, Clare-road, Cardiff..3024z11 WANTED, good General Servant, December 30; per- sonal application; wages 25s, month.—Aurelius, Hotel, Trehatm. 3031*11 WANTED immediately, experienced Barmaid; quick counter trade'; giusl fiave good references. -J 65, Western Mail, Cardiff., 3000z 11 BARMAN Wanted immediately, vith good references. Apjilv Payne, Tredegar Arms, Pill, Newport. zlO WANTED, smart Boy, oged 15 to 18, at once.— Apply, personally, to Chas.' 13. Rieketts, New- bridge Hotel, Newbridge, Mon: 2969z10 WANTED immediately, an experienced Man for Bar; aged about 24; must ba used to strict stocktaking.—Apply A. U., Western Mail Offlee, Swan- sea. 2953*10 REQUIRED immediately, good Genetal as Pantry-1 maid.—Mrs. Sarvis, (.'asttg-gotcl, Merthyr. 2951*10 "TytJ" ANTED, Boy for Billiards and "to Make Himself I T Useful.—Commercial' Hqtel, Cilfynydd. 2947*10 WANTED, for Workmen'siCJub in Dowlais, strong Young Man as House ^id Kitchen Porter; live in, sleep out.—Apply, by lett«,»; giving reference aud salary required, to Manager, |Vafrknien's Club, Dow- lais. t 2959z10 REGISTRY (Telephone Q138&—Baimaids, Barmen, Groom-Gardener (25s.—49 TCharles-strect, Cardiff. I 2863zl0 WANTED, good Working Barinaidr experienced; must produce good references.—Apply Miss Put-, toek, Cross' Hands Hotel, Chepptow-road, Newport, Mon. 2886*10 WANTED, respectable Girl aa,'General; fond of children.—Mrs. Dancer, ffleltlhi Hotel, Bute- road, Cardiff. 2836*9 WANTED immediately. Barm»id Used to Quick Counter Trade; must hare good references.—T. Jenlfinj, jjlaengBfff Upto, jqmgoolt, Situations wanteds YOUNG Lady Seeks Situation as Barmaid; slight cxuerimct.—Bar^ j £ Garifaay Kbbw Vy>g- gjj WANTED, Situation as tt'sitrew in Hotelj Com- mereial or Coffee Room; thorough h- expe- rienced; good reference.—L.f Mill Lodge, Monktou, Pembroke. 3137*12 BOOTS, 24, Seeks Re-engagement; head or single; experienced; references; disengaged.—A. J., 8, North View-terrace, Aberaman, Aberdare. 3119*10 WANTED at once, Situation Barmaid; aged 21; reference.—Davies, Coach Horses, Hereford. zl2 CELLARMAN-Barman Disengaged; five years' expe- C rience; agell 22-Apply S. A. W., 83, Bridge- street, Cardiff. 2994zll Craljfllfrs, XC.. Travellers, Agents, Ac., Wanted. AGENTS Wanted, Ivole-Spar; sixpenny packet saves J-ton of coal; one agent's profit one week £10 10> you oan do this.—Address, Unique Co., Donea.iter. 3139zl3 SiiiCUUlTY Granted to Travellers, Cashiers, Collec- tors, Assistant Overseers, Arc. Administration and Receivers" Bonds lssned.—National Guarantee Association, 10, St. Stephen-street, Bristol. Allen G. Whittaker, Secretary. 218etc AY'oung Man of good' appearance and address Wanted to Represent a First-class Company; liberal remuneration and prospects of early promotion to a capable man; highest references.—Address J 90, Evening Express, Cardiff. e9468 WIRE Rope Representative Required by Leading Firm for South Wales Coalfields (whole time); i connection and previous experience preferable.- •Vddress, with references, Wire, care Lee and Nightin- ;ale, Liverpool. 3082z12 WANTED, first-class Traveller to Sell Tannate of Soda and Non-conducting Covering Composition for Boilers; boiler inspector preferred; ,only engineers with I connection in South Wales netd apply; must be a Welshman; salary, travelling expenses, and commis- lion.—Aston Chemical Company, Birmingham. 3082zl2 fSEPRESENTATIVES Required for a London Firm EV for high-class Lubricants; remuneration by salary md commission.—Letters, stating qualifications, with :estimonials, to be sent to Z. K-, 455, Messrs. Samuel Deacon and Co., 154. Leadenhall-street, London. z9 TAILORING.—Wanted, a reliable Mall, (-¡-apabIe-Of Soliciting Orders; good remuneration and a per- uanency to a first-class man who can introduce busi- less.—Apply J 70, Western Mail. Cardiff, 77101 AN old-estab'.ished and* wealthy Life Assurance Com- pany, with modern tables, being desirous of ex. ending its operations in Wales and the West of and, is A)pell to Appoint Several Special Agents.-1- Vddfess J 68, Western Mail, CaTdiff. 3018zll THE Proprietors of "Sensation" Soap are open to Treat with Firm o! good standing with a view ci Arranging /Buying Agency for South Wales.—Address Seerftary, David Thom, Demeter, and Co. (Limited), Vhit Line Works, Pendieton, Manchester. 77080 WANTED, Agents for Sale of Clothing, Hats, Hosiery, Boots, Shoes; liberal terms to energetic nen.—J 57, Western Mail, Cardiff. 2993*18 AGENTS.—LegaSick and Co. would Store AlHSasses AL. of Wholesale Goods for Delivery When Orders leeeived. Removal Contractors.—Head Office, 9, Wel- ington-street. New Central Office, 9, Mill-lane, Car- lifl- 2750*7 FIRST Class Company (not insurance), new to South Wales and Monmouthshire, Requires good Repre- entatives.—Apply H 22, Western Mail, Cardiff. 2745z7 YOUNG Man of good appearance and address JL Wanted to Represent a First-class Company; iberal remuneration and prospects of early promotion 0 a capable man; highest references.—Address H 31, Vestern Mail, Cardiff. L19329 rTTANT'ED immediately, smart Man to Solicit EÜÜÏÏ- II pin, one preferred who understands and speaks Jpanish.—Apply Wolfe and Co., Shipping Grocers,. Jocks. Newport, Mon. 2764z7 rRAVELLElt Required, residing in SwanBea, to r Cover Adjacent Valleys, parmarthenshire, Cardi- mlshire, and Breconshire, calling on grocers; must be xperienced and provide guarantee.—J 27, Western Mail, ,ardiff. 2742z7 rravellers. Acant8, &c» Want Employ- mont. [XT-ANTED, by a Commercial Traveller, calling upon T T Hotelo and other Licensed Houses throughout iouth Wales, a desirable Commission-a good Cigar for (ample—Apply Lowry, Drily Post, Swansea. 77054 Clerks anl1 iHaitagwrs* Clerks and Managers Wanted. V\TANTED, Boy, About 17, iti Coal Office; some ? previous experience preferred; state age, wages, tc.—J. 96, Western Mail, Cardiff. 3156*10 tXTANTEI), smart Offlee Boy ;~one~with some TjuT- T V torn House experience preferred.—Write only to ,anibert Brothers, Exchange, Cardiff. 3126*10 ANTED immediately, Under-Manager for Anthra- T V cite Colliery just developing.—Apply,. with refe- ences, age, and wages, to J 87, Western Mail Offices, I ,ardiff. 311fiz10 tXTANTED at once, Junior Clerk.—Apply, stating VV full particulars, wages, &c., to J. and C. iankey, Dunraven-place, Bridgend. 77115 SXTANTED immediately, Architect's Assistant. W (temporary) experienced in specifications and luantities.— Apply, stating salary,' to J 76, Western flail. Cardiff. ■ 3052z9 JUNIOR Clerk Wanted for Merchant's Office; with i previous experience preferred.-State particulars nd salary required J 84, Western Mrxil, Cardiff. z9 KEQUIRED, Female Apprentice to Postal and L" Stationery must be sharp and correct at mental alculations; salary after first six months.—State refe- ences, age, J 79, Western Mail. Cardiff. 3063*12 tXTANTED, 1st January, Junior Postal Clerk VV (Female); no telegraphs; live out.—State refe- ences, salary, age, J 80, Western Mail, Cardiff. zl2 1 XT ANTED at once, good Office Boy; must be able ¥ V to write and keep stamp account.—Apply per- onally to 5 o'clock to-day Weitern Mail Offlee, Car- lifl. al2349 WANTED, a respectable, experienced Young Per- "T son who Thoroughly Understands -Post-office Vork.—Apply Post-oiffce, Black Pill, Swasjjea, RS.O. JO.3S1oi I Clnks ani iBanagns» Clerks and Managers Wanted—Con- tinued. 22s. 6d. Weekly.-A Salary of 7s. 6d. to 225. 6d. Offered to Either Sex (who can write) for their Spare Moments; work may be done evenings.—For particulars send addressed envelope to M. Trustcott and Co, 8a, Glendower, Torquay. 2999z11 INSURANCE Company Want (temporarily) smart Shorthand Writer and Typist.—Apply, staung salary, frc., J 61, W"estern Mail, Cardiff. 5009*7 WANTED, in Coal Exporter's Office at Cardiff, Clerk able to correspond in French and Spanish and write Shorthand; state experience.—Apply J 62. Western Mail, Cardiff. 3006z11 WANTED, smart. Office Boy, Colliery Proprietors' Office.—Apply J 46, Western Mail, Cardiff. z9 WANTED, L'nder Manager, with Knowledge ot Underground Work; must be young, energetic. and a good manager of men.—Apply Bedminster, Easton, Kingswood ana Parkfield Collieries, Dean-lane, Bedminster, Bristol. 77050 WANTED, competent Shorthand, Typist.—State speeds, age, and salary J 31, Western Mail, Car- diff. # 2780z7 WANTED, competent Bookkeeper. Also Clerk for Shorthand,- Typewriting.—Apply, stating age, salary, experience.—Tin-plates, Western Mail, Swansea. 2738*7 AN Interesting Booklet sent gratis, Sfcpwing a Royal Road to Shorthand Acquisition, saving a year's study; emploj.^rs prefer our writers.—Sloan-Dupkiyan- Phonography, Arkiow-square, Ramsgate. 2624*12 Clerks and Managers Want Places. WANTED, by Young Engineer (1st class B. T.), shop and sea experienced, Position Under Manager or Representative; highest references.—J 50. Western Mail, Cardiff. 2907*10 WANTED, Position as Manager or First Assistant Boot Trade: 11 years' experience.—Further par- ticuiara appiy 56, Plassey-street, Penarth. 2562*9 WANTED, Position as General Clerk or Cashier; 18 years' railway experience; highest references. —Apply H 98, Western Mail, Cardiff. 2622*7 ,artntrgO IpS. ABC Guide to Stock Exchange. New, Enlarged Edition, fully explaining various methods of operating, fee. How with £10 profits at rate of 500 to 1,000 per cent. per annum can be obtained.—PMt free from Publishers, 81. Birch-lane, Manchester. 34974 Shop Assistants Wanted. DRAPERY.—'Wanted, smart, experienced Sales- woman; Welsh.—T. and J. Price. Treharris. 7.13 EADYMADES and Hosier}.—Wanted immediately, experienced Assistant.—Apply, with references, J. Barter and Co., Newport. 3186*13 ANTED, a Toung Lady for the Christmas Season; one accustomed to business.—Aj)ply, in own handwriting, to W. Lewis, Bookseller, Duke-street, Cardiff. 3175*7 ANTED, a strong Lad as an Apprentice; also an Improver and Junior.—-Apply lor particulars R. D. Jones, Duffryn-terrace. New Tredpgar, Mou.7.10 P~ ROYTSIONS.—Wanted, a Few smart, experienced Salesmen, with good references.—Apply Lipton d (Limited). High-street, Cardiff. 3104z9 itApl,,RY.-Wanted at once, experienced Sales- D woman for Fancy Department.-EnlDs and Allen d limited), Aberdarp. I- swzlz y RAPEITY Wanted, 2 smart Youths as Appren- D tices to the General Drapery.—Evans and Allen d. (Ltd.), Aberdare. 3047*12 Ell[tY and Provisions.—Wanted, after Christ- 'U' mas, Several smart" elsh Junior Assistaats; must be obliging and have good references; progressive salaries to good hands.—Apply, 6tating wages required and particulars, to Wm. Pegler, Pontypool. 3032zll GROCERY.—Wanted, smart Junior, used to solicit- G ing.—Apply Williams, Royal Stores, Gilfaeh Goch. 2996*12 PENFOUNlJ Bros. Require a Young Lady Assis- p tant for their Bout and Shoe Establishment.—15, \v iudsor-road, Penarth. 2992z7 GROCERY.—Smart all-round Assistant Wanted; ab;e to assist at bopks; good references; indoors.— Apply J. A. Jenkins, Treharris. 2985*11 GROCERY.—To Parents Who Have Boys Just Leav- ing School—Vacancies for two smart Boys.— l'egier, Brynmawr. 2984*7 OUTFITTING and Gent.'s Mercery.—Wanted imme- diately, pushing Young Man; 5 or 6 years' expe- Keftce,—Apply, full particulars, Joon Williams, Man- chester House, Penrhiweeiber. 2975*10 SSISTANTS Wanted for 0 ocery alid Provisions at ASSISTANTS Wanted for Grocery and Provisions at c Cordey's Stores, Newport, Mon. Z864z9 Grocery and 'iHiynt-diiUt-iyv' smart Assistant; live out—Apply, with full ticulars, Gpwer and Co., Grocers, Newport, MOll. z10 GROCERY.—Wanted, smart Junior.-Write full par- G ticulars Phillips, Tea Shop, Treorchy. JAMES Howell and Co., Cardiff,'have a Few Vacan- cies for experienced Young Men in their Various Departments.—Apply at once, with full particulars, with all previous situations, and state salary required. z9 DRAPERY.—Wanted, Young Men; five to seven experience.-Evans and Co., 38, High-street, Merthyr. z¡58z9 DRAPERY.Wanted, Young Men as Improvers and Juniors (live out); Welsh.—D. Phillips and Co., Cloth Hall, Merthyr. 2856z9 GROCERY.—Wanted at once, Two smart, a,ll-round Assistants. Also Cellarman; must be used to the trade.—Apply, stating wages (outdoor) and full particu- lars first letter, J 30, Western Mail, Cardiff. 2761z7 D' RAPERY'.—Wanted, experienced Your.;? Man; also Junior.—John Price, New Tredegar. 2766*7 JAMES Howell and Co., Cardiff, have Vacancies in their Ironmongery Department, High-street, for Three.or Foui experienced, respectable Young Men.-— Apply, with full particulars of all previous situations, and state salary required. 2770z7 DRAPERY.—Wanted, good Junior; Welsh.—Apply, full particulars, William James, Fishguard. z7 Shop Assistants Want Places. YOUNG Lady (21). experienced, Wishes Re-engage- Y ment in" good Restaurant or Confectioner's, Car- diff; good references.—S., 7, WhitchurCh-place, Cardiff. 3102z9 ROCERY.—Young Man Seeks Situation; three years' experience; assist and deliver.—T. Davies, Coed, Llandefaelog, Brecon. 2977*12 Milliners and Dressmakers Wanted. ILLINERY —Wanted, experienced Milliner; know- ledge of serving.—Reply. D. Davies, Jones, Car- marthen. 3077*12 RESSMAKER.—Wanted, First Hand; must be D good cut and fit.-AVPly, with full particulars, to D. Morgan, Brecon. 2978z7 lt,YILLI-NERY.-Wanted immediately, Second Hand ITL Milliner; able to serve ibrough.-Apply John Williams, Manchester House, Penrhiweeiber. 2974zl0 ANTED immediately, a thoroughly efficient Dress- maker; good lit; bjiday or week; near Cardiff.— Address J 49, Western Mall, Cardiff. 2869z9 jttiscdlanrous Situations;* Situations Vacant. W~ AiJu'ED at once, Several good Paring Cutters.- Apply Messrs. Mathias. Bros., Park Quarries, Nelson, near Treharris. 77127 HOTOGRAPHY.—VV. -C. Roberts, 16, Castle-street, P Swansea, lias a Vacancy, for an educated Youth as Apprentice to the Above; premium required. 3112zl2 BUTCHERS.—Wanted immediately, Salesman, Prac- tical Cutting Up, Scales, and Booking.—Apply, stating age, experience, reference, wages, by Tuesday next, Co-operative Society, Pit-street, Aberaman. z9 rpHE Cardiff Steam Laundry, Dyeing, Carpet and X Window Cleaning Company (Limited) Require Six smart, respectable Young Men for Window Clean- ing Department.-Apply, nine morning, Foreman at Works, Cathays, Cardiff. 3062*12 WANTED, a Country Smith; must be a good shoer. —William Davies, Combe. 3078*12 CANADA.—Positions, with board and small wages, c Arranged for Young Men Desiring to I-earn Farming and Canadian Methods.—J 69, Western Mail, Cardiff. 3029zl2 QUARRYMEN Wanted for Ca!dy Island Quarries, Tenby; permanent work.—Apply Edward Elgar, Isie of Caidy, Tenby, Pembrokeshire, S. Wales. 77096 UINTERS—Wanted, Improver or Turnover .or news and jobbing;, must be steady.—State refe- rence, wages, &c., Echo Offices, Fishguard. 2983*7 B- AKERS.—Wanted, steady Man; well up in bread, cake, and pastry;" live out; 6tate wages required.- Apply Holmes, Baker, Newbrige-on-Wye, Radnorshire. 2981z7 POLISHERS.-wanted, steady Man as Foreman.— p Apply A. X,. Western Mail, Swansea. 2952*10 WANTED immediately,, good Coachpainter.—Apply Lewis J. Lewis, Coachbuilder, Aberayron. zlO GOOD Wireman Wanted at once.—State experience and wages required 14. Alger and Sons, Electrical Engineers, 160, Dock-street, Newport. 2882zl0 O Fitters, A:c.—Wanted, a Handy Man as Fitter and Repairer; able to do rough carpentry as well. —Apply, giving full particulars, C. Jenkins and Son, Contractors, Porth, Rhondda Valley. 2839*9 WANTED immediately, good Sign Writer; perma- nency.—Apply Hitchin, Painter, Canon-street, Aberdare. 2835z9 GROCER'S Haulier.—Wanted (outdoorj, a strong/ steady Y'oung Man as Under Haulier.—State age, wages, reference, Daniel, Pontypool. 2824z9 WANTED, for a Bristol Channel Dry Dock, a Fore- rnan Rivetter, to Act Under Head Foreman; must be thoroughly experienced in boiler work.—Apply, stating age, experience, and wages, to J 41, Western Mail, Cardiff. 2814*9 AKERS.—Wanted, Youth, about 18, Assist in Bake- house, Deliver when required.—State experience house, Deliver when required.—State experience and reference, H. R- Williams, Penarth. 2808*9 UTCHERS.—Wanted, an experienced Shop and Slaughterman; none other need apply.—'Write, with references, stating wages (live in), Thomas, 103' High-street, Barrv. 2772z7 High-street, Barry. 2772*7 ANITARY"inspectorships; salaries £ 100 to £ 250; numerous vacancies; ladies eligible; postal course of lessons for tu'c coming Cardiff exam, now commen- cing: previous experience unnecessary; 250 successful candidates-Robt. Mushens, Sanitary Science Teacher, Sunderland.. 2356d Situations Wanted. BAKER Seeks Re-engagement, First or Single; good references.—9, Penllyn-road, Canton. 3022*7 SITUATION Wanted as- Cellarman, Warehouseman, or Both; good reference; long experience.— Address Cellarman, Western Mail, Swansea. 5025x7 OUNG Man, 23, will Give Bonus £ 2 to Anyone Obtaining him Sitaatioa Aay Capacity; outdoor prefened, indoor not objected to.—J 40, Weetern Mail Cardiff. 2800*9 8partmrnts* AoarXments Wanted. PENARTH.—Required, in neighbourhood of All Saints' Church, Two Bedrooms and Two Sitting- rooms.—Apply, stating terms, to K 3, Western Mail, Cardiff. 77137 GENTLEMAN Requires Board and Apartments* G would prefer living with family; in or near Pembroke-terrace, Cardiff.—Apply Parker Thomas, Rose Cottage, Aberdare. 3053z9 Apartments to Let. LONDON.—Superior Apartments for Visitors L by Day or Week; moderate terms; board optional.-41, Bernard-street, Russell-equare. e9430 3 Unfurnished Rooms to Let; hot and cold bath; oven grate; moderate.—84, Malefant-street, Car- .11T. e792zl0 APARTMENT'S for One or Two Gentlemen.—8, Plasturton-gardens, Cardiff. 3180*13 COMFORTABLE Board-Residence :or Gentleman at Ely; 12s. weekly; close to station; 110 children.— J 58, Western Mail, Cardiff. 2991*7 WIDOW Lady, residing in best part of Roath, Would Receive Paying Guests, or Let good Rooms.—J 55, Western Mail, Cardiff. 2942z10 COMFORTABLE Board-Lodgings for One or Two C Gentlemen; mcderate.-17. Neville-street, Cardiff, j 2949z10 COMFORTABLE Furnished Apartments to Let; C first-class references—Apply Mrs. Edginton, 11, Hickman-road, Penarth. 2950*10 APARTMENTS; superior; central; pleasant, healthy; convenient.—6, Llanbleddian-gardens, Car- diff. 2958z10 FIRST CJass Sitting-room, One or Two Bedrooms.— Holm Dene, 156, Cathedral-road, Cardiff. 2909*10 PAYING Guest.6 Received.—55, Oakfield-stieet, Car- diff. 2902*10 COMFORTABLE Home for a Mspectable Young Man.—Apply 48, Tail-embankment, Grangetown, Cardiff. 2833*9 LIPERIOR Apartments; suit one or two gentle- S men Richmond-crescent; close to town, Rbymney and Taff Stations; bath (h. and c.), piano; no cbil- dren,—J 44, Western Mail, Cardiff. al2333 33, Charles-street. Cardiff.—First-class Apartments— Large Front Sitting and Bed Rooms; central. z7 APARTMENTS or Board-Residence.—64, Riehmond- road, Cardiff. 2793*7 TTISITORS to London will find tlic Wilton Hotel, V adjoining Station Victoria, S.W.. comfortable and especially convenient for reaching all parts of London eitiier by direct omnibus or underground rail- way; Paddingion underground to Victoria 20 minutes. Night porter.—Telegraphic address, Tuffato. London 1190*2 premises* Oweiii ne-nouses Wanted. THE Guardians of the Cardiff Union Require Houses m either Cardiff, Penarth, Barry, Llandaff, Whit- church, or Dinas Powis for Children's Homes. Each house should contain 5 or 6 bedrooms, bathroom (with hot and cold water), and w.e., and a good yard or garden will be desirable. Must be ir. healthy and re- spec-table neighbourhood, near public elementary schools, and in good repair.-Apply at once, by letter, to the Clerk, Queen's-chambers, Cardiff, stating particulars and terms of letting, whether the nouses can be Been, and where the key may tie obtained if empty. al2236 PERSONS Wanting on Houses should p write to Box 240, Western Mail, Cardiff. z19 ANTED now, Furnished House in Cardiff.—Par- ticulars Hem and Pertwee, Auctioneers, Car- diff. 2920*10 ANTED, to Jlen Small House, Plasturton W Avenue or Gardens (east side).—Particulars to Forsdike. Solicitor, Queen-street, Cardiff. 2822*9 Dwelling-houses to be Let. ME SSRS. t. HE RN AND PERTWEE^ AUCTIONEERS, VALUERS, SURVEYORS, HOUSE AND ESTATE AGENTS, Printed Monthly Register (Free) of Estates, House*, and Business Premises to be Let or Sold. all790 Offices, 93, St.Marr-street, Cardiff. Established 1849. TO Let, 50 Acres, House (7 bedrooms); good build- ings, lawn, orchard, vinery; near town.—L. X., Western "Mail, Newport. 3181*13 fail, 41, Charles-street; in good repair; rent £ 35-—Hop- kins, 10, Queen-street, Cardiff. 3159*13 TO Let, 33, Edward-street; good condition; rent 10s. —Hopkins, 10, Queen-street, Cardiff^ 3164zl3 TO Let, 16, Crofts-street; rent 8s. 6d.—Hopkins, 10, Queen-street, Cardiff. 3165zl3 Queen-street, Cardiff. 3165z13 30, Patrick-street, Dock. Cardiff; 13s. Week.—Hop- kins, 10, Queen-street. Cardiff. 3158*13 NINIAN-ROAD.—To Let First-class Residence; every convenience; overlooking floral part of ,1'ark-—William Kerruek. Ig, Claude-r;ia$, Cardiff. z13 ti^an-terraee, Cathays, Cardiff, to' Cet -or Sold; j recently painted; every convenience; bath (h.c.j.— Apply Lewis, on Premises. 3096*12 LALESTON House to Let—genteel -Family Resi- dence, two miles Bridgend, four l'orthcawl; heallhy neighbourhood.-Apply Robert Evans, Aue- tioneer, Bridgend. 3103*12 TO Let, a good Family Residence, 4, Victoria-square, Penarth; all latest improvements; immediate possession.—Apply G. C. Shepton, 3, Park-grove, Car- diff; 3056z12 BECOME Your Own Landlord.—A Monthly Pay- ment of 12s. 6d. will put you in a position to Buy a House of your own choice, value £ 250.—Booklets, with all particulars, on application to J 63, Western Mail, Caidiff. = 3004zll rpO be Let or Sold, 29, W'ordsworth-avenue, Roath.— X For terms apply W. G. Howell, 53, Queen-street, Cardiff. 3008*11 VANS & HANCOCK. Estate Agents. Auctioneers, EVANS Valuers, Boroiigtt-clisiubers, Wharton-street, and Valuers, Borough-chambers, Wharton-straet, Cardiff, have the following Premises to Let:- 33, P AltK-PLACE; low rent to good tenant. 41, HEWELL-STREKT, Cogan; 58 6d per week. 64, UNION-STREET; 8s 6d per week. 5, LUCKNOW-STREET, Grange; 6s 6d per week. 71, CRADDOCK-STRF.FT; 8s 6d per week. 6, AGATE-STREET, Roath; 8s per week. s 161. PEARL-STREET, Roath; 6s 6d per week. alfl74 46, ELDON-ROAD, House and Shop-Il& per week.- BRIDGEND.—To Let, Caevatry, situate in its own grounds, approached by drive; large walled gar- den, stables, coach-house, sbout 5 acres of land (more if desired); 10 ininutee walk from station; immediate possession.-Apply L. J. Kempthorne, Solicitor, Neath. 2968*10 "\T"0. 11, Romilly-crescent.—Two reception-rooms, 6 iAi bedrooms, large kitchen, bath (hot and cold water); very low rent; possession 15th December.—Banning, 90, Richmond-road. 2929*10 Let, 9, Dumfries-place, Cardiff.—Apply Purnell, Gabalva, near Cardiff. 2931*10 NO. 9, Gold-street, to Let'from December Quarter- day; front and back sitting-rooms, good kitchens and offices, five good bedrooms, hot and cold bath, and we—Apply 100, Newport-road. 2932*10 ONE or Two New well-bui^ Cottages to Let near Ely Station; few minutes from Cardiff tramways; 6s. weekly; large gardens. Or will Sell for Quarter Value; i^mainder on mortgage; low rates loutside borough).— Mrs. Cross, Iryleigh, Ely-road, Canton. 2797z9 R' ENT F ree.—-An illustrated booklet, entitled "How IR to Live Rent will be sent on receipt of application, mentioning this paper, by Manager, 72, Bishopsgate-street Without, London, E.C. J,19328 7 Guildford-crescent, renovated throughout, centre of 9 town; suitable for private residence and travelling draper or local manufacturer's depot; low rent.-Apply Samuel. Hayes-buildings. Cardiff. 2752*7 TO 1 No. 20, Pembroke-terrace, Cardiff; eleven rooms; good order; centre of town; convenient to railway stations.—Apply 9,02, Newport-road, Cardiff. 1624d Dwelling-nouses to be Sold. ESIRABLE Family Residence, 80, Cardiff-road, Llandaff (now occupied • by George Rutherford, Esq.) standing upon nearly an acre; containing five reception-rooms, eight bedrooms, billiard-room, bath- rooms, &c.: also tennis lawns, stable, and coach-house.- Gottwaltz and Perry, Agents, Cardiff. al2335 FOR Sale, Five Houses, situate Clare-road, Nos. from 74 to'82; main thoroughfare; electric cars piss door; quite ready to be converted into shops; must be sold; no reasonable offer refused.—Apply J. Bafico, 11, Custom House-street, Cardiff. 3098z12 £ 50 will Purchase Equity of Two Cottages, Plassey- street, Penarth, mortgaged at 4 per cent., let at 7s. 6d. each weekly.—Apply Alfred Lewis, Auctioneer, 18, Queen-street, Cardiff. 2995z11 rro be Sold, Detached Villa, within half a mile of J. Hay town; contains three reception, four bed rooms, bathroom, w.c., usual offices; garden; gravelly soil; healthy and pleasant situation, with delightful' views; cheap.—Chas. Griffiths, Jun., Land Agent, Hay Hereford. 2919Z10 rt Berthwin-street, for Sale; every convenien-ce- Apply Williams and Hoore, 6a, Dalcross-street Cardiff. 2908z10 DOCK Property.—Large House, Louisa-street, off James-street; ground rent low; suitable conversion warehouse premises; excellent investment.—Apply, by letter, It. Emery, 65, POntoanna-street. Canton. z9 FOR Sale or Lease, 71, Cathedral-road, Cardiff^- Fprsdike, Solicitor, Queen-street, Cardiff. 2821*9 37, Olive-street-, Cardiff; good condition; every con- venienee; cars pass—Apply on Premises. 2799z9 BRYNYMOR, Park-road, Penarth.—'This~Desirable Resideree for Sale; situated in best position in Penarth, and commanding extensive sea view; in excel- lent' order throughout, and sanitary arrangements per- fect; good garden, with stable and coachhouse; low ground rent; price moderate, and a large portion of purchase money may remain on mortgage; early pos- session can be given.—Apply F. A. Hibbert, 10, Castle- street, Cardiff. 2807z9 Business Premises Wanted. WANTED Rent, small Shop or House~lrTStation- street, Abercynon.—Send full particulars and rental quickly, Bendell, John-Street, Treforest. zl3 Business Premises to be Let. TO Let, Large House, Shop. arXl^StahJes^Corpora- tion-road, Newport; thriving district; suit chemist; rent 16s. week; near Nettlefolds' Works— Pembroke-chambers. 30. High-street, Newport. 3182*10 31, St. Mary-street, Cardiff.—To Let, on Building Lease, Large Premises and Yard, having frontage to St. Mary-street and Baker's-row; approximate area 872 square yards.—Lewis Hopkins, 1Q, Queen-street. z13 BAKEHOUSE to Let, centre of Cardiff; rent 6s.— Hopkins. 1Q, Queen-strei?t, Cardiff. 3163z 11 THE commodious Shop, with Dwelling-houae attached, 44, Cowbridge-road, Canton; rent mode- rate.—Applv Mr. Geo. Rees, Royal-chambers, Park- place, Cardiff. 3067z9 TO Let, convenient Business Premises, 151, Cow- bridge-road; fitted electric light; warehouse and stables,—Apply J. H. Morgan, Solicitor, 32, St. Mary- street, Cardiff. 3072*12 BAKEHOUSE to Let, System-street.—Apply Good- man Bros.. 57, Constellation-street, Cardiff. zlO 125, Castle-road)—Shop, House, and Yard.—T. Lewis, 4, WToodiand-place, Cardiff. £ 637*9 LLANDAFF.—To Let., with immediate possession, Shop, House, and Bakehouse, No. 15, The Green; suit grocer and baker.-Apply Lintoa end Son, Solici- tcs. HiKb-etreet, Cardiff 2852*$i premises. Business Promises to be Let-Contlnued ABERCYNON.—Large andCummodious Double^ fronted Shop to Let, with immediate possession, in one of the best Colliery Districts in South Wales; will suit any business.—T. W. Jones, House and Estate Agent. Abercynon. 2767z8 WAREHOUSE (three floors), West Bute Dock; low rent.—Seel aud Xeaac. Theatre Royal-chambers. al?9.78 TO Let, with immediate possession, Shop and Premises, No. 57, Queen-street; best position in Cardiff.—Apply Heard, Son, and Ciogg, 24, Trinity- street, Cardiff. a8359 Business Premises to be Sold. ABERTILLERY.—Two fine New Shops; long lease; low ground rent; situated main street; good back entrance; exceptional ,opportunity.—For further par- ticulars apply Ward Williams, Abertillery, Mon. 2775*7 Offices to Let TO Let, Four good Offices on One Floor.—Apply 113. Bute Docks, Cardiff. 3021zll OFFICES to Let.—Convenient, well-lighted Front Rooms; central position.—Apply Alfred Akenhead, Chartered Accountant, St. Mary-street, Cardiff. 2921zl0 19, Duke-street; central position (3 rooms); immediate possession; rent very low.—Apply Samuel Bros., The Hayes-buildings, Cardiff 2753*7 Stables Wanted. WANTED, small Livery Stables, Cardiff; good liv- ing accommodation.—J 36, Western Mail, Car- difl. 2804*9 Stables to Let. STABLES, Tudor-lance, Suitable for Warehouse Pur- poses.—Apply 38, Cathedral-road, Cardiff. 3132z13 OTABLE in Barrack-lane, rear of 50. Charles-street; O rent 5s.—Apply Samuel Bros., Hayes-buildings, Cardiff. 2754z7 STABLE, back of 7, Guildford-crescent; rent low.— Apply Samusl, as above. 2755*7 1 —.—— JBusutfgSfS. Businesses for Disposal. ATTRACTIVE Temperance Hotel and Restaurant, .LX grand position Bristol; situation bound to com- mand trade; direct route from railway station to city; present tenant 10 years; takings average £20 weekh, but should be doubled; ingoing £ 500.—Apply Tebbi, Valuer, Victoria-chambers, Bristol. 2873z9 BUTCHER'S, good working suburb, Bristol; takings average £ 40 weekly; ingoing £ 110—Tebbs. z9 COUNTRY Stores (Dorset); taking nearly L40 C weekly; ingoing £170 and stock to suit purchaser; genuine concern.—Apply Tebbs. Z873z9 G1 UARANTEED £40D per annum net profit after all (" expenses paid.—Temperance Hotel and Dining- rooms, near Railway Station, Bristol; most genuine money-mating business ever advertised; ingoing Cl,loo. -Apply to Tebbs, Bristol. 2873z9 1 DINING Rooms, busiest street, Bristol; former tenant 26 years; £ 40 weekly easily taken; as it stands. £ 400-—Tetibs. 2873z9 RESTAURANT and Commercial Hotel, principal R main thoroughfare, Bristol; old-established; sound, profitable trade; as it stands, £ 350.—Apply Tebbs. 2873z9 RESTAURANT and Dining-rooms, splendid main thoroughfare, Bristol; exceptionally nice, easily- managed business for £ 250-—Apply Tebbs. Bristol. 29 RESTAURANT, Dining-rooms, principal main thoroughfare', Bristol; genuine and clean busi- ness, admirably suited for ladies; profitable trade, R15 weekly; ingoing, including part furniture, £250.- Highly recommended by Mr. Tebbs, Victoria-chambers, Bristol. 2873*9 £ 1,000-.—Restaurant and Confectionery Business, situate in charming town of Cheltenham; free beer and wine licence; returns average £45 weekly, at enormous profits: ingoing for everything as now stands, £1.00c.Apply Tebbs. "87319 RESTAURANT and Commercial Hotel, central posi- tion, Bristol; sound, respectable, profitable trade, averages £100 monthly; closed Sundays; free beer and wine licence; long lease; through domestic matters, I can offer this genuine business just as it stands for £ 650-—Apply Teh us, Bristol. 2873z9 REFRESHMENT Business, Bristol; centrally ]It situated; present tenant 7 years; sound and genuine trade, nearly £10 weekly: beds more than pay expenses; proprietor taken licensed house in the country cause disposal; ingoing, including furniture, £135;, guaranteed thoroughly sound, genuinei business.—Tebbs, Bristol. 2873z9 FOR Disposal, old-establishefi Cafe and Temperance Hotel Business; will grant a lease or sell the: property; three-parts of purchase money oan remain on mortgage; plenty of room for extension.—Apply Pro- prietor, 11, Custom House-street, or New-street, near Gieat Western Station, Cardiff. 2844z9 FOB Disposal, Trmhmtaedty tire ;prtnriDat-and beit- blass Fishmonger tod Fruiterer's Business Sn< Monmouth; setae hands 15 years; trade £80 weekly, guaranteed; profits quite one-fourth; goodwill £100; horses, conveyances, and stock valuation.—Further par- ticulars Parker and Son, Auctioneers, Bristol. 2707*7 jfann antr gardrit. BULBS 1 Bulbsli Bulbs' Special Cheap Offer.— Lily of the Valley, Berlin Crowns Ex, 8d. doz., 5s. 100; LiEum longiflorum, 2s. doz.; Lilium lanci- folium album, 4d. each, 3s. 6d. doz.; L-ilium lancifolium roseum, Lilium lanciflorunl rubrum, 3d. each, 2s. 6d. doz,; Lilium tigrinum (Tiger 'lily), 2d- each, Is. fid. doz.; Byacinthus Candicans (Galtioria lily), 6d. doz., 3s. 6<3. 100, Ail -other bulbe at very low prices. Collec-; tions of bulbs, 5s. and 10s., carriage paid.o-operative Seed Produce for Sato. ""(]lOR Sale, Rink Prime Meadow Ray, or Would ..I' Exchange for Stock; sheep or horses preferred.— Maindy Lodge, North-road, Cardiff. 3088*9 porting. SOMETHING New—Guns may now be Obtained on s my New Gradual Payment System.—Write for hst and particulars Robt. Bevan, Castle-street, Cardiff. a12369 ANTED, Gun (Breechloader), 12 bore, latest im- provements, by good maker; in good condition; cheap; approvaL-Thomas Davies, Butcher, Llantri- santo 3109*9 GENUINE Bargain.—Nearly New Central-lire 12- bore. Top-lever, Cross-bolt, Quadruple-grip Pistol Stock, Damascus barrels; bar locks; low hammers; nicely engraved and inlaid silver; ivory sight; accept £5 10s.; cost double; approval.—J 78, Western Mail, Cardiff. 3057zl2 IMPORTANT Notice.—Nicholas-street, Bristol.—Page- Wood, Practical Gunr ker's Only Address. Im- perial Smokeless Cartridges, ÖS. 100, carriage paid. 77065 GUN Repairs; prompt workmanship; highest quality.—Page-Wood, Expert Gunmaker, Bristol. 77065 GUNS.—Hammerless Ejectors, 15 guineas; Hammer- less. £ 6 10s-; Hammer, £ 2 10s.; special leading lines. Cartridges-the noted Red, White, and Blue, 9s. 6<3. 100; Special Rabbit Cartridge, 6s. 100.—Chambers, Gunmaker, Cardiff: also Bristol and Shepton Mallet. Nat. Telephone, 01339. a6306 lOotiltri)., CANARIES, Canaries: grand songsters; 7s. 6d. to 10s.—Andrews; Insole Arms, Canton, Cardiff. zl2 GEESE, Turkeys; large, healthy birds; in lots to suit all buyers.—Write for prices Francis Walsh, Hancver-street, Cork. 2829z9 COCKERELS, Old English and Indian Game, Anda- COCKERELS, Old English and Indian Game, Anda- lusians; all pure-bred prize strains.—A/pply Edwards, ltuperra Castle, Newport, Mon. 2774*7 SQUIRE Powders; best for colds and S other disorders; easily mixed with the "food; 12 powders for 100., of all Corn Merchant8- SQUIRE Giles' Roup Pills; always reliable; Id., 3d., and 6<1. boxes, of all Com Merchants or Squire Giles' Company, Cardiff. a10842 Jftrfcieal Rcmirtilts. LA Trobe's Constitution Powder for Piles; perfect cure guaranteed in most stubborn cases; post free, 2s. 9d., 4s. fid.—New address: Price, Chemist, 75, Lower Redland-road, Bristol. 314M PHIL Phillips' Toothache and Rheumatic Clue.— 24, St. Mary-street, Cardiff. 24, St. Mary-street, Cardi1f. O.N-EY Returned if our Toothache Cure will not 1: st ip toothache within one minute by following directions. SOLD by all Chemists at is. per bottle, by post ls. lei. HUNDREDS of Testimonials for Phil Phillips' Toothache and Neuralgia Cure, 1*. per bottle., by post Is. ld. RHEUMATISM Cured by Using Phil Phillips' Appliances—Belts lCs. 6d., Socks 10s. gd., Wnstleti 6L SCIATICA Ourad by Using PLil Phillips' Appliances S Se-id for pamphlets, free. GOUT Cured by Using Pail Phillips' Appl»&nee»— 8oe»ts 10s. fed. Beits 10s 6d.. Wristlets 5*—Sole Manufacturer. 24. St. Marv-street. Cardiff. 1111598 jfurnituiT, See. £12 12s.-Luxnrious Divan Saddlebag Suites; very handsome; splendid value—Bevan and Company, "The Caidiff Furnishers," Cardiff, Swansea, Newport, PontypooL 07 GUINEAS.—The celebrated "Coronation" Piano fcrte; warranted ten years; best value ever offered.—Bevan and Company, "The Cardiff Furnishers." £ 1 17s. 6d. for really good Feather Bed, Bolster aDd Pillowc- full sized; capital linen ticks.—Bevan and Company, -The Cardiff Furnishers." £ 3 17s. 6d. ior "The Cottage" Bedroom Suite, in? mense selection Bedroom Suites up to 50 guineas. -Bevan and Company, "The Cardiff Furnishers." 19s. lid. for strong Brass Rail Bedsteads. Over 2,000 Brass and Iron Bedsteads to select from.—BeVan and Company, "The Cardiff Furnishers." £ 10 10s. for handsome Walnut Suites, side-wmg glasses, large wardrobe, and chairs complete Bevan and Company, "The Cardiff Furnishers." 16 to 30 Guineas for really beautiful Drawing-room "Louis" and other Suites in grand figured silk ooverings.—Bevan and Company, "The Cardiff Fur- nishers." 13s. Hd. upwards for Bordered Tapestry and Brussels Carpet Squares. Grand new patterns; ready for' laying.-Bevan and Company, "The Cardiff Furnishers." 40 Guineas for that magnificent Pianoforte "Tie King," nt which we have sold many scores.—Bevan and Company, "The Cardiff Furnishers." BEVAN and Company (Limited). Largest Selection 1 Lowert Pucesl Free Delivery!—Duke-street and St. Mary-street, Cardiff. Aiso Swansea Newport, Ponty- DW4 I I Cops, anl1 ,ftobtItit5 XMAS Presents.—Rooking Horses, Tricycle Horses, Dolls' Perambulators, Dolls' Mail Carts, &:c., &rc.; all English made toys.—N.B. the address: Spencer's ► Baby Carriage Warehouse, St. John's Church-square, Cardiff. Send for new price-lists. al2327 BERRY'S Grand Christmas Bazaar in Full Swing at 34. Queen-street. Cardiff. Absolutely the Finest Display in Town, Thousands of Novelties from all parts of the worla, from one penny upwards, to select from. Christmas Cards, Toys, Games, Bon-bons, &c. ~VJ"U\~KLTIES, Novelties, Novelties.—The Finest Dis- 1.1 play, without a single exception, is to be found at Berry's Bazaar and lrancy Fair. Larger display, more room, and lower prices than ever. Also Magnificent Display of Furniture at the Old-established Finn, 34, Queen-street, Cardiff. al2318 Setorllerp tor a i t HIL. PHILLIPS, Pawnbroker, Jeweller, 24, St I Jlaiy-street. Cardiff. 0 11.. ÙŒ, Matchboxes, hall-marked, 4a. 6d. nicety U engraved. QILVER Lady's Watch, warranted five Q- years. SILVER Watch, warranted five years, 10s. 6d.; Eilver Albert, hall-marked every link, 4s. 9d. SILVER .English Lever; capped; good watch; new; S warranted five years; 395. GOLD Lady's Watch, 14ct.; neiv; warranted tiv«- yenrt; 39s. §ct. Gold Guard, 42s. GOLD Gentleman's 14ct. Keyless Lever, 55s.; new; warranted live' years. Curb 9ct. Albert, every link hall-marted, 45s. OLD Lady's Curb Bracelet, 9ct., JT Fancy I attern. 151., nicely engraved. Oi l) 18ct. English Lever, by Heitzmau, Cardiff, T £ 13; Others by well-known makers, £ 7 7s., £ 11 10s. All warranted five years. GOLD 18ct. Diamond Rings, 21s.; Another with centre stone, diamond and rilby, 21s. GOLD 18ct. Diamond Ring, 5 stones, £ 5 5&-i Another at £ 7 7s.; Very Fine, £ 10- GOLD 18et. LadiesV'"Engagement Rings, newest designs, from 10s. 6i designs, from IDs. 6L GOLD 9ct. Brooches, new, 6s. 6d., 10s. 6d.; in I5ct. 12s- 6d.. 21 s-. 30s. MONEY' Advanced.—We Advance £ 100 for 16s. 8d- per month interest.—Phii. Phillips. per month interest.—Phii. Phillips. A Large A-ssortment of Silver and Electro-plated Goods, Bronzes, Knives, Forks, Clocks. See our prices.—Phil. Phillips, 24. St. Marv-street, Cardiff. &10037 iMGiiep* THIIE PROVINCIAL UNION BANK JL Continues to Lend Large Sums Daily from £10 to £5:>0 on Note of Hand Alone, or on any other Appiovtd Security, to Ail Classes in England and Wales; ell com-uunications strictly private; this busi- ness having been established a great many years has grown to be one of the best known and largest in the kingdom.—^Ca 11 or write to the Manager, 1, Queen- square, Bristol, or at 16, St John's-suuare. Cardiff. 71715 UMS FM/QM. £ 20 to £ 3,000 ADVANCED AX SHORT NOTICE. Atfttranred Note of Hand, Personal, or Other WW? Securities. CharfWT Arranged before Transactions are Complete^, Mortgages on Property Effected at Current Rates ot Interest. Tourists and Season Tickets Purchased and Anal,ged for Clients on the Payxient Principle. Aloney Advanced on becocd Mortgages. Apply I W. LLOYD, Manager, FIELDLNGS ■v HAYES-BUILDINGS, THE HAYES, 8933 CARDIFF. RPHE CHARING CROSS BANK. -1. Established 1370- 119 & 120, Bishopsgate-st. Within, E.C., and I 28, Bedford-street, Charms Cross, W.C., I London, Assets 0 0 Liabilities — £209,475 0 0 Capital and Reserve 3113,000 0 0 LOANS of £ 30 tu £ 2.000 granted at a few honnf notiee, mtown or country, male or female, on mortgage of furniture, farm and trade stock, plans, crops, sc., without removal, and to assist persona into business. Also on deeds, policies, and reversions. lJao. tance no object. Easy payments. Special facilities to all requiring bankinc accounts. Deposits of .£10 and upv ards received as under;- per an., subject to 3 months' notice of withdrawal. 6 B.C. per an., subject to 0 mnoths' notice of withdrawal. 7li.c. per an., subject to 12 moifhe notice of withdrawal. Special terms for longer periods. Interest paid puar. terly. Write or call for prospectus. Tàt TariuiBal Deposit JSonds pcy nearly 9 per oeiU, and aits a safe investment. A- WILLIAMS. H. J. TAIX. Joint Manager* ONEY Advanced upon Note of Hand, £ 5 to £ 500, on Household Furniture (without removal), Farm Stock, .Eaitma.. fthsran, Aa, en. Aa 1\JllcwU¡¡ tahia 01 a-payments:— £ 5—weekly 38., monthly 12a. P £ 10— „ 5s. „ 2I)s. £ 15— „ 7s. 6d., „ 30s. .£20- „ 10s., „ 40s. £30- „ 158., „ 608. Immediate Attention in Town or Country. Absolute privacy, and the lowest interest obtainable. Information free of charge.—Appkly 149, Penarth-road, Cardiff; The Swansea Finance Company, J. H, Rimer, Manager. e9406 LADY has £ 5,000 t-o Invest on Different Mortgages; low interest.—J 23, Western Mail, Cardiff. e785*14 £ irpdes» Crirurlts, Lady's Grand Modele de Luxe Free Wheel Cycle; usual cost £25- What offerer—Norton, 126, Queen-street, Cardiff. 2872z9 CYCLES Re-plated and Enamelled; special winter charges.—W. Powell and Co., Paradise-place, Car- dig- 2813*9 REPAIRS, Enamelling, Plating; trade pnCCL.Ilorna Bros., Cycle and Motor Works, Pontypridd. 85144 jH($CeUan.rOU5. IS Your VF&tci) Wrong? The Best and Cheapest bilop in Cardiff for the Repair of Watches of every description (English or Foreign) is 38, Castle Arcada (third shop from Castle-etreet), by James lveir (for ten rean with Mr. Spiridion). Clocks aud Music Boxes r Cleaned and Repaired. eta Miscellaneous Wants. TRADESMEN'S Stocks, Household Effects Bought. —Andrews, Insole Arms, Canton, Cardiff. 3090*12 its. Gorman, Purchaser of Ladies', Gentlemen's, Children's Wardrobes, Furniture, Boots, —13 and 15. Bndge-str°?t, Cardiff. Established 1863. 2905*10 MRS. Rich, 109, Castie-road, Cardiff, Wardrobe Dealer; letters punctually attended to. 2501d RABBITS, Rabbits, Rabbits.—Wanted, a Daily 01 IR Weekly Supply of good Trapped Rabbits.—State price by post to Mr. Wm. Redway, Fish, Rabbit, and Poultry Salesman, 14, Kent-street, Portsea, Portsmouth. 76912_ OLD Rope and Rubber and Metals Wanted imrna diately.—Harris and Co., Narrow Quay, Bristo- 1444d LADIES' and Gentlemen's Wardrobes, Furniture, Boots, inc., Bought, Town or Country.—Order! punctually attended to, Mr. or Mrs. S. Beer, 30, Caro- line-street, Cardiff. Established 1864. 68577 OLD Artificial Teeth Bought; good prices given; money sent return post; if price not accepted teeth returned.—A. Pearse, 56, Foxham-road, Holloway, London. 943d Miscellaneous Sales. A P.TIFICIAL Legs, Hands. Eyes. TruEses, Leg Irona A Crutches, ire.—Makers, Allen Pearce, 7, Charleai Street, Cardiff, ana Bristol Illustrated List free. e933J FIREWOOD, IS. 9d. per cwt.. Delivered in Any Pdrt of the Borough.—Orders to Master, Cardiff "Union Workhouse. e9438 FREWOOD, Firewood, Hard and Soft Blocks'— Shaplands, West .Dock, Caidiff. 3i35*13 FR Sale, Five Oak-polish Spirit Casks; size"about 28 gallons.—Apply Royal Exchange Hotel, Caa ton. 3169*10 FOR Sale, cheap, first-class Oak-built Barge, 11( tons registered; in first-class condition; can lx inspected on the stocks.—Apply Mr. H. Tucker, 19 Somerset-square, Redeliffe, Bristol. 77126 EDS.—Full-size Millpuff Bed, Bolster, Two Pillows' 9s. the set; cash with order.—Andrews, Insole Arms, Canton, Cardiff. 3089zl2 BABY'S Long Clothes, complete set, 50~ Articles very dioice. unused; will accept 21s., approval.— Mrs. Max, The Chase, Nottingham. 3001*18 CONSULT Mr. Stewart, Herbal Specialist, 19. Saiii bury-road, Cathays, Cardiff, 2934*17 TO Shipbuilders or Others.—Wanting, to Sell Invea tion for Saving Life at Sea.—Apply Johnson, 4 Iron-stieet, Cardiff. 2815z9 HRISTMAS Gifts.—Brussels Hearthrug" 61in.— 27in-; Two Mats; lot, carriage paid, 3s. 9d.— Messrs. Ward, Manufacturers, 88, Rosebank-streell DurKUe. 2778*7 SAFES.—150 at- half-price.—Levy's Safe Company, 55i Frederick-street. Sunderland. 7334 END JOs. Money Order to Manager, 13, Marked place, Coleford, Glos., for superior quality Gentle. man's ? Ik-lined Chesterfield Overcoat. 1140d BILLIARDS, Bagatelles, New and Second-hand; carriage paid.—Probert, Kbrmgton-street, Ply- mouth, Contractor to H.M. Government, Army and Wavy. HORSE and Cart Govers, Harness and Saddlery, Tarpaulins, Tents, Awnings, Sun-blinds, Flags, &c. -Fred Morgan and Co., Makers, Cardiff and Penarth. a9178 "PALMISTRY. Phrenology.—Professor Proctor. Con- I sultations Daily. Wharton-street, Cardiff. Con- fidential Advice. Marriage, Health, Business-SEllq, letter, photograph. From 16. 4763d ril.NEKS Safes from £ 5 bs. —Griffiths' Safes £ 20 x 14 x 13, £ 2 15s. ,0d- Griffiths Safes | 24 1 17 1 16, £ 2 10s. 6d. OTHER SIZES EQUALLY LOW PRICES. Letter Presses, from 16s. all978 CROSS BROS., TIrE CARDIFF IRONMONGERS." ""VT Fercn o'r Seer"; 6d. postage Id. J- 50460 TWM Shon Catti" (Welsh), is., postage 2d. 50460 WESTERN Mail Limited, Cardiff. 50460 KHAKI Nolepaper, Is. per packet, postage 4d. Khaki Envelopes, Is. per 100.- postage 3d.—We» tern Mail Stationery Department. Cardiff. IMPROVED Linen Marker.—Stencil Plate, Any Two Letter Initials, complete with Ink and Brash Is.; Full Name Stencil Plate, complete with Ink and Brush, 2s. 6d. Indelible Linen Marking Ink; no beat required; will not wash oot; 6d., is., Is. 6d per bottle. -Stationer- Department, Western Mail, Cardiff. 50460 A N Invaluable Book to All Engaged in TradeT— -1-1. Heaton's Ready Reckoner, containing 135.000 cal. culations; price, 2s. 6d., postage oW. extra.—Stationery Depajtmeat. Weetera Mail, Cardjfc,