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Cheques and P-O.s should be crossed and Made Payable to P. W. THOMAS. ANSWERS TO ADVERTISEMENTS. Replies to advertisements directed to the "Western Hail" Office will be handed out on prodnction of a ¡ ticket, which may be obtained when the advertisement .is ordered, or they will be forwarded to the Advertiser's Address, providing stamps to cover postage are supplied ORIGINAL TESTIMONIALS should never to enclosed with replies to advertisements addressed to the "Western Mail" Offices (COPIES ONLY SHOULD BE SENT). ADVERTISERS are Cautioned that Postmasters are Not Allowed to Deliver Letters Addressed to Initials nr Fictitious Names at any Post-office. Letters addressed to Initials or Fictitious Names must bear the address of the Advertiser or one of the Offices of the "Western Mai! Hgersmtal* -J""Iro. TAKE Notice.—All Letters to Mr. Tudor Crawshay to be addressed Dimlands, Llantwit Major. Gla- morgan. 2073a20 ANTED, Copies of Birth and Marriage Certifi- cates of Samuel Rees, who died at The Gelli, Eglwysilan, Glamorganshire. March 11, 1750, aged 58 years; reward given.—Write Clerical, Western Mail Office, Newport. 2034a22 IF this should meet the eye of Nellie Lyndon, formerly Merthyr Tydfll, or anyone knowing the above, they are requested to communicate to N 17, Western Mail, Cardiff. 1997a22 TTriLLIAM OXLEY, ex-Deteetive-sergeant Cardiff .VV Police; confidential investigations conducted per- sonally: missing friends traced.-Address 4, Lower Cathedral-road, Cardiff. 1824a20 lost aitfc jfmttffl* ■TJV5T7ND, Gent's 18ct. Signet Ring, Lady's Watcn JP and Chain.—Police, Cardiff. 2166a21 ifletucaU -r, W"ANTED, beginning October, Locum Tenens for Three Weeks.—Apply Warburton, Surgeon, Tre- herbert. 3234a25 LOCtTM Tenens, experienced. Requires Engagement, from 23rd, for Three Weeks.—Locum Tenens, care of Dr. Treharne, Newport-road, Cardiff. 3206a21 A Graduate Would be Pleased to Assist Elderly J\. Practitioner, with View to Partnership; expe- rienced; has had sole charge; aged 32; abstainer; can supply excellent testimonials and references.—State salary N 56, Western Mail Office, Cardiff. 3212aig Chemist Requires Evening Emp!oy- QUALIFIED Chemist Requires Evening Employ- ment in Cardift.-Dispenser, 6, Henrietta-street, Swansea. 2177a25 WANTED, a Qualified, Unmarried Assistant (Welshman), to Visit and Dispense in a Colliery District; usual bond; liberal salary to a suitable gentleman: -rnoin-.t and attendance found.—Apply, atating age, saTalT. experience, and references, to Dr. AI<trgan, Clvdach Vale, Ehondda Valley. 3190a26 I OCUM Disengaged Friday, 22nd, for Three Weeks; J usual, terms.—Apply care of Dr. Qorrigan, Splott- avenue. Cardiff. 2173a21 TO Chemists.—Wanted immediately, a smart Junior Assistant for Two or Three Months; another assistant kept; first-class references indispensable.- Fargher, Chemist, .Splctt. Bridge, Cardiff. 3181a25 ANTED imniediately, a smart boy; aged 16.— Fargher, Chemist, Splott Bridge; Cardiff. a25 WANTED immediately, a Dispenser and Surgery Attendant.—Apply, with references, Dr. Tarry Jones, Ferndale. 65606 PROBATIONER (well educated) for Fever Training; p salary and indoor uniform.—State age and floll particulars to Matron, Borough Fever Hospital, South Dock, Swansea 2068a23 WANTED, an Indoor Assistant, Colliery Practice; £ 120 a year.—T. W. Bevan, Nantyglo, Mon. a20 ANTED, a Welsh, with view w to Partnership, in Mining District; salary, £ 200 per annum: outdoors.—Reply, stating age, reference, experience, M 89, Western Mail, Cardiff. 1814a20 ANTED, a (Justified Indoor Assistant in a Works Practice; Welshman preferred, but not essen- tial; comfortable home; good salary to a suitable gentle- man; night work light; dispenser kept; usual bond- Apply, stating age, references, &c., to M 76, Western Mail. Cardiff. 65531 WANTED, in a Colliery Practice, an experienced Dispenser; to live indoors; Welshman pre- ferred.—Apply, Stating age. references, and salary required, to M 77. Western Mail, Cardiff. 65532 ANTED, Qualified Assistant to Manage Branch TV Surgery: salary £ 150, with rooms, &c.; usual band.—Address M 79, Western Mail. Cardiff. 65537 JUNIOR-Wanted immediately for Light Retail and Dispensing.—Thomas, Chemist, Barry. 1826a20 UULLY Trained Hospital Nurses Wanted immc- Jp d'atelv for Private Work; good salary, or co-ol).- Miss Msckie. South Wales Nurses' Co-operation, New- port-road, Cardiff. 1860a20 iftitgfraL "J"r.rr\ r.r"f'f' DANCING.—Queen«treet-hall, Cardiff, Mondays, Wednesdays, and Saturdays; superior music; admission M. 1766a19 PIANOFORTE Tuning.—Mr. H. F. Wehh (from J. Messrs. Heath and Sons'): terms, 3s. 6d. within the borough.—Address 8, Clare-street, Cardiff. 1917a21 btbola!.1tír. r- .r.j"j' ABERYSTWYTH.—Vacancies for Boarders in Good- class School for Girls; beautifully situated, faring sea; perfect sanitation; electric light; unsur- passed health record; thorough modern education; ex- cellent results; refined home; moderate, inclusive fees. -Early application Miss Potter, Mr. Edwards. Sta- tioner, Aberystwyth. 1957a21 MISS Artaud O'Brien. Pianiste, Senior Certificated T.C.L., Pupil of Dr. Parry.—Lessons Given on Pianoforte; families visited.—2, Newport-road, Car- diff. 2116a21 03(E School for Little BOY-9-]Rect(ir by HOME School for Little Boys.—Rector (assisted hy excellent Governess) Receives a Limited Number of Young Boys to Educate With His Own Sou; care- ful and individual tuition; every home comfort; charm- ing Rectory and grounds, near Malvern; very healthy; terms moderate; references, Lord Bishop of Hereford, Archdeacon of Ludlow, &c.—Address. Rector, care of B.P.C.K. Depot. Worcester. 1952a21 FRENCH (Private Lessons) Rapidly Taught by J Parisian Gentleman.—N 5, Western Mail, Car- diff. 1925a21 WHITELADIES' Schoo.. Weston-super-Mare.— w Boys, Girls iSeparate Schools). Boarders, £ 5 Term.—Principals, Misses Tomkins, Dr. Tomkiiw. Kind home for orphans. 1855a20 go^TH Wales Tutorial Classes.—Preparation for University, Professional and Government Exami- nations.—Wm. Arthur Meyrick, 121, King's-road, Car- diff. 1830d ESTON-super-Mare.—Vacancies in Good-class W School for Girls at Greatly Reduced Fees; modern education; home comforts.—M 38, Western Mail, Cardiff. 65478 MINOR Canon Skrimshire, Llandaff, Can Receive Additional Resident or Day Boarder Pupils for Preparation foe the Universities or for General Read- tat 64622 SURVEYORS' Institution Examinations.—Prepara- tj tion in Class or Correspondence, .contemporaneously with Mr. 'Parry's (London) Classes; successes 50-80 per eent.; field lessons begun.—J. Councell, P.A.S.I., C.E., 2, Queen Anne-buildings. Bristol 306d FRENCH, German, Spanish (conversational); speciM JD methods, rapidly taught,-S, Tullocli-street, Roath, Cardiff. 268d Teachers Wanted. GOVERNESS-Pupil Required at once, Girls' School; easy terms.—Principal, Bellevue School, Cadoxton- Barry. 2010ala KIDWELLY National School.—Wanted at once, Cer- tificated Mistress for Infants' Department; average 42; Churchwornan; I'. T. kept; healthy situa- tion 1 comfortable and reasonable lodgings obtainable; salary ;£65.Vicar.. \920a21 WANTED, an Assistant Teacher.—Applications, with recent testimonials, stating status and salary required, to be addressed Correspondent, Pyle, Glam. 65561 WANTED, thoroughly domesticated Nursery Governess for Two Young Children; good needlewoman; one experienced in nursing preferred.- State age, salary, references Mrs. Walter Evans, Eaglesbush, Neath. 1862a20 XXTANTED immediately, Assistant Master, ex-P.T., -v T Art. 50 (or Female, Art 50 or 68), Standard •H. (Boys'); tonic, drawing; Churchman.—State saiary to Mr. J. K. Stone, 26, Dock-street, Newport, Mon. a19 ANTED, October 2, Headmistress Mixed School, 1 » v Country; average 83; salary £ 75.—Apply Vicar, Raglan, Briton Ferry. 65515 "TXTANTED, for Bassaleg National School (Mixed), .'i Assistant Mistress (Art. 50 or 68); lower stan- tads. discipline; singing, needlework; salary £50 or »4flL—Annlv Virjir Ruiilw. NTawnnrt iUU rlJoIagtír. W rANTED, Assistant-Master, Art. 50.; qualified to Yt teach drawing; £ 60.—Rev. D. Weatherill, St. German's Clergy House, Cardiff. 1745al9 CERTIFICATED Infant Mistress, Maendu National C School; salary, £60. Also Ex-P.T.-Apply Cole- man, Chartered Accountant, 2, Frederick-street, Car- diff. 1484al6 Teachers Want Employment. YOUNG Lady Wishes Morning Engagement as Governess in Newport; excellent reference; ex- perienced; three years in North Germany, four years in France; usual English subjects, music, drawing, and painting.—Write M., Western Mail, Newport. a25 GOVERNESS (experienced, certificated) Desires Re- engagement as Morning or Daily Governess, Car- ÙI" or neighbourhood.—N 39, Western Mail, Cardiff. a25 RE-ENGAGEMENT as Governess to Young Chil- i dren, or Companion to Lady; two years' expe- rience; country preferred.—N 36, Western Mail, Car- diff 2155a25 GOVERNESS (experienced) Requires Morning Engagement in Swansea or neighbourhood; usual subjects.—Address R. G., Western Mail, Swansea. a22 WANTED, Engagement as Daily Governess in a Good Family; long experience; highest refe- rences.—Address M 82, e_g!rdit!1772a1- 1QOtttkttptr, <trOlnpanton. 'r-J"J,r, ,0. Housekeepers, Companions, &c., Wanted. CARDIFF Union.—Children's Homes.—Relief Mother Wanted.—The Guardians Require a Relief Mother for the Homes, which are ordinary .houses, in Cardiff, and contain about twelve children, boys and girls mixed. The Relief other will take charge of these homes in turn or otherwise in the absence of the Foster Mother, and perform such other duties in connection with the Homes and at Ely Schools as may be required of her. Candidates must be single or widows without children dependent, able to read and write, and between the ages of 25 and 45. Salary £22 a year, rising by il annually to £26, with board and lodging, subject to the provisions of the Poor-law Officers' Superannuation Act, for which the board and lodging are valued at zE26 a year.—Further particulars and forms of applica- tion must be obtained from me, and the applications must be returned to me without delay, and in any case not later than 10 a.m. on 26th September, 1899, Arthur J. Harris, Clerk.—Union Offices, Queen's- chambers, Cardiff, 5th September, 1899. a5122 WANTED, Working Housekeeper; well accustomed to hotel.—Apply George Hotel, Maindee, New-: port. 3226a25 WANTED immediately, a Working Housekeeper for first-class Hotel; must understand cooking and management of servants; send photo and refe- rences, which will be returned.—lAddress Y. N., Wes- tern Mail, Swansea. 2069a25 WANTED, by respectable Workman, Working Housekeeper; two children; mining district; send references and photo.—Write N 24, Western Mail, Cardiff. 2059a23 USEFUL Mother's Help for Farmhouse; needle- woman; photo, which shall be returned: small salary.—Pembrokeshire, Nil, Western Mail, Cardiff. a22 WANTED, Working Housekeeper; used to chil- dren comfortable home to suitable person.— Apply, personally or letter, 114, Richmond-road, Car- diff. 1785al9 Housekeepers, Companions, &c.f Want Employment. WANTED, by October lOfh, Situation as Working Housekeeper; small family and country pre- ferred.—lA^XVilliamSjOsbastonjiiearSlonniouth. a25 HOUSEKEEPER—good cook; several years' prac- tical experience—Seeks Re-engagement, Bachelor Gentleman.—N 46, Western Mail, Cardiff. 3182al9 SITUATION Wanted by Widow, 35, as Housekeeper S in Hotel; could take charge of vaults.—Apjuy Davies, Post-office, Neath. 3198:121 LADY Help or Companion to 'Lady; domesticated musical; aged 22.—Salary, references, M. P., Wes- tern Mail Office, Newport. 2032a22 NURSERY Governess, Companion, or Mother's Help, where servants are kert; experienced with chil- dren and domesticated.—M., 24, Hickman-road, Pen- arth. 1978a22 ANTED i immediately as Working WANTED, Situation immediately as Working Housekeeper.-J. Uees, 32, Alfred-street, Neath, 1954a2i 1.IBolutgtír trbant. J' Nurses Wanted. WANTED, superior, trustworthy, domesticated Person as Mother's Help; must be thorough'y experienced with children, to take entire care of them; aged from 25 to 30; good references required.- Carter, care Locke's Advertising Offices, Newport. a25 YOUNG Lady Wanted as Mother's Help; also Cook, aged 30—35.—Address N 53, Western Mail, Car- diff. 65611 NURSE-HOUSEMAID; age, 21-22; four in family N (one child aged four); wages, £ 14.—.Apply Mrs. Dr. Evans, 19, Windsor-esplanade, Cardiff. 2157a21 MOTHER'S Help (Young Lady) Wanted imme- M diately; management of boy (three), baby (nine months).—Give full particulars Woolley, Sunnyside, Pontypool. 2103a20 ANTED at once, experienced Nurse-Hoii.,emaid; WANTED at once, experienced Nurse-Housemaid; two children; light, dutles.-Apply Mrs. Men- dieta, 34, Victoria-road, Penarth. 1990alg GOOD Nurse Wanted near London by a Lady returning from South Africa; two children; travelling expenses; wages zE20 to £ 25.—Apply Miss Cory, Oscar House, Cardiff, or Mrs. Lynch-Blosse, Woodlands, Sanderstead, near London. 65576 WANTtl), experienced Nurse, to Take Charge of One Baby of five months; country; good wages.—Address, with full particulars, Mrs. Ware, care of Mrs. Corbett, Pwllypant, Cardiff. 65570 Cooks Wanted. COOK or good General Wanted at once; house-par- lourmaid kept; good references necessary.—Mrs. Searle, Brynderwyn, Miiindee, Newport, Mon. 3221a25 COOK-General Wanted at Michaelmas; good wages given to competent girl; boy kept.—Mrs. Rees, Spring-gardens, Haverfordwest. 32101x25 WANTED, Young General Cook; good references. —201, Newport-road, Cardiff. 2172a25 I EXPERIENCED Cook-General Wanted by thi J Second Week in October; two in family; man ani housemaid kept.-Apply, by letter only, to 36, Park-place, Cardiff. -2167a25 WANTED immediately, Cook (plain) and House- Parlourmaid.—Apply, stating references and wages, to N 38, Western Mail, Cardiff. 65609 WANTED immediately, experienced Cook-General, 30 to 40; one in family; good wages; highest references required.—Apply Bishop, Dolygarreg, Llan- dovery. 65408 WANTED, good Plain Cook or experienced Cook- General; state wages; good references required. —Mrs. Dovey, Llanishen Vicarage, Cardiff. 2088a23 OOK Waited for Lady at d I)au,,Iiter; good COOK Wanted for Lady and Daughter; good wages. -Gray, 10, Queen-street, Cardift. 2092a23 ANTED, Plain Cool,; been kitchelimaid under WANTED, Plain Cook; been kitchenmaid under good cook preferred; small dairy; family two.- State age, wages B., Glanbaiden, Abergavenny. 2100a23 WANTED, good Cook-General; must be good manager: wages £ 16 to £ 18; small family; house-parlourmaid kept.—Apply Mrs. Austin Williams, Tregothnan, Swansea. 2067a23 COOK Wanted; experienced.—Write, stating age, reference, and wages required, to Mrs. W. Walters, l'enlau, Swansea. 2C65a23 WANTED, good Cook-General; two others kept.— Apply Chaldeans Stud Farm, St. Fagan's, near Cardiff. a5232 WANTED, experienced Cook by October 4th; library and hall to do.—Mrs. Hedley, Callen Croft, Neu-toil, Mumbles H.S.O., Glainorgaiishire. a22 WANTED, good Cook; kitchenmaid kept.—Mrs. Linton, Llandaff Place, near Cardiff. 2027al9 PLAIN Cook and House-Parlourmaid WanteTT wages £ 18 and £ 16; three indoor servants; three children; strong; good characters; aged 20—40 (Mrs. Squire, Kenley Vicarage, Surrey).—Apply Mrs. Rees, Parsonage, Taff's Well, Cardiff. 1998a19 WANTED, experienced Cook-General; small family.—Apply Mrs. J. Howell, 1, Richmond- crescent, Cardiff. 1991a22 WANTED immediately, a good Plain Cook- General: aged 24 to 26 years; wages £ 18 to £ 20. —•Apply Mrs. Kellow, Druidstone, Castleton, near Car- diff. 1934al9 Gouu Cook Wanted; clean, active, and reliable; must have good references; comfortable home for suitable person.-Apply N 1, Western Mail, Cardiff. 1121 GOOD Cook Wanted by October First.—Apply Mrs. Came, 5, Esplanade, Tenby. 1908a21 WANTED, Cook-General; also House-Parlourmaid. —Apply Elsinore, Llanishen,_near Cardiff, ail WANTED, superior Plain Cook (Churchwornan), 35 —40, in Gentleman's Family of Three; four servants; assistance given; all found; high wages to competent person.-N 10, Western Mail, Cardiff. a21 WANTED immediately, good Plain Cook; aged ubout 25; good wages to experienced person.— Mrs. Mawson, Grecncourt, Gold Tops, Newport. a20 WANTED, a good Cook; some house work; good wages to competent cook.—Tatham Thompson, The Elms, Llandaff-road, Cardiff. 1827a20 WANTED, experienced Cook-General.—Apply, after six p.m., 38, Cathedral-road, Cardiff. 1763al9 WANTED, experienced Plain Cook, for Penarth; family two; comfortable home; good references required.—Write W., 17, Quay-street, Cardiff. 1690alg COOK (good Plain, Single-handed) Wanted; wages £ 24.—Write, stating full particulars, to Mrs. Bond, Cefn Brrn, Pembrey, Carmarthenshire 1?188J9 MISS l'edler's Domestic Registry, Removed from 17 to No. 20, Pembroke-terrace, Cardiff.—Re- quired, good Cooks, Generals, Housemaids, Parlonr. maids. Nurses, Needlewomen, Nursery Governesses. Numbers of Charwomen and Supply Cooks Disengaged. Ladies will find this office an excellent medium for obtaining good and reliable servants. a4064 House and Parlour Maids Wanted. HOUSEMAID Wanted immediately.—Apply, stating age, wages, and reference, Mrs. Davies, Bryngarw, l'ofth, Rhondda Valley. 3207a21 REQUIRED; a Young House-Parlourmaid, of nice appearance and manners; must be thoroughly cf.pable and reliable in fulfilling her duties; house- maid kept.-Madaw Lortst-li, Colebrook Villa, Aber- gavenny..3203819 WANTED, House-Parlourmaid; tall, good appear- ance two in family; good home for steady, willing maid.—Apply Mrs. Hughes, Rock House, Mor- riston. 2178a20 WANTED, experienced House-Parlourmaid; state wages; good references required.—Mrs. Dovey, I joban Tiwtmw, 0I8Id. 2SL Z23 JBomcsttc £ trbant5. House and Parlo'ur Maids Wanted— Continued. HOUSE-Parlourmaid and Housemaid Wanted for Lady and Gentleman.—Gray, 10, Queen-street, diff. 2090a23 WANTED, an experienced House-Parlourmaid.— Apply 90, Flyinouth-road, Penarth. 2076a23 WANTED immediately, good House-Parlourmaid; wages, £ 18.—Apply, with reference, to Mrs. Bowen, Llangattock Retory, Crickhowell. 65584 WANTED, a thoroughly experienced Parlourmaid, about 5ft. 5in. in height; also thoroughly expe- rienced Head Housemaid, able to wait at table and of good height.-Apply, personally, Lady Morris, Sketty Park, Swansea. 2022a22 WANTED, a House-Parlourmaid.—Apply Mrs. v v Philip Dunn, Crofta, Llantrisant. 2007a22 HOUSEMAID Wanted immediately; small family. —Apply, evenings, 9, Richmond-terrace, Park- place, Cardiff. 1981a19 WANTED, Young Girl, of neat appearance, as Housemaid in Gentleman's Family in Country; capable of plain ironing; reference required; Church of England preferred; wages, £ 10.—Mrs. Scott, Jlan- stephan, Carmarthen. 1972a22 WANTED immediately, an experienced House- Pijrlourmaid; also Housemaid.—Apply, with references, stating wages required, to Mrs. Henry Martin, Trewern, Dowlais. 1913a21 WANTED, an experienced House-Parlourmaid; good wages given.—Apply Mrs. De Mattos, 118, Plymouth-roiid, Penarth. 1812a20 WANTED, House-Parlourmaid, aged not under 23; also experienced Cook-General.—Apply Strathearu, Newport-road, Cardiff. 1773a19 WANTED immediately, House-Parlourmaid; must be able to iron.—Apply, with references, to Mrs. Thomas, London Provincial Bank, Merthyr. 1702alg Generals Wanted. WANTED, a good General Servant; aged 20 to 25; wages £ 1 per month.—Davies, Rock Shop. Bridg- end; 3216a25 GOOD Young General Servant Wanted for Small Family.—18, Colum-road, Cardiff. 2170a25 WANTED, clean, willing Girl, about 17.—Address Mrs. Jenkins, Graig House, Cowbridge. 2148a25 GOOD General Servant; near Roath l'ark: three in family; no children: very easy place for steady, good girl, but she must do her work well; wages £ 10; no^washing.—N 31, Western Mail, Cardiff. 2125a23 GENERAL Wanted, Widow Lady (no family): good home.—Gray, 10, Queen-street. Cardiff. 2091a23 WANTED, good General Servant, Able to Wash; reference required.—Apply Mrs. Davenport, Garth, terrace, Gwaelod y Gartli,, Taff's Well, near Cardiff. a20 TXRANTED, good General; also useful Girl as ? T Nurse-Housemaid; good wages.—Apply Mrs. Neale, Tynwood, Park-road, Penarth. 2403a3 WANTED, experienced General Servant; small family; aged about 25; with good references.— Mrs. Richards, 72, Richards-terrace, Cardiff. 2045a23# WANTED, Two good General Servants; good wages given to suitable girls.—Mrs. Thomas. Cog Farm, Sully, Penarth.' 2057a23 WANTED, General Servant: aged 18 ~t77 20; ~of good character; in small family.—Apply Mrs. Morgan, Fentonville, Llandaff. 2065a20 "TXTANTED (end of October), an experienced General W Servant; wages £ 20, rising to £ 25 to a capable person, able and willing to do the work in a small house in Cardiff; two in family.—N 22, Western Mail, Cardiff. 2050a23 LONDON.—Wanted immediately, thorough General Servant; good cook and waitress; two in family; good wages.—Apply Madam, Whitchurch, Cardiff. al9 AN."JrF,D, good General Servant; not under IB.- W Apply Mrs. Wilhams, 7, Itawdoii-place, Car- Apply Mrs. 1YiIliams, 7, Rawdon-place, Car- diff. 20051219 GENERAL Wanted at once; no washing.—Appiy Dr. Davies, New Tredegar. 2004a22 TX7"ANTED, good General Servant; small family.— Vv Appiy 103, Cathedral-road, Cardiff. 1989a22 WANTED, good General Servant.—Apply Capstone House, D5"frig-street, off Cathedral-road. 1965a22 WANTED, respectable Young Girl for General Housework.—Apply 19, Llanfair-road, Cardiff. a21 WANTED, experienced General Servant; able to cook and wash; good wages; two in family.— Apply 56, Park-place, Cardiff. 1811a20 WANTED, a strong Girl, not under eighteen, c-s House-Kitelienmaid.—Apply Mrs. John Glas- brook, Sketty Court, Swansea. 1819a20 GENERAL Servant Wanted; experienced; early riser; no cooking or washing; two other servants; wages, .£14 and washing; Churchwornan preferred.- Apply, with references, Mrs. Newell, College, Porth- cawl. 1818820 RELIABLE Woman Wanted as General; plain cooking, washing, ironing; wages £ 12— £ 14. Also domesticated Young Lady Accustomed to Management of Children; good needlewoman; wages £ 10— £ 12.— Apply R. B., Western Mail Office, Swansea. 1747alg WANTED, a Few: thoroughly good Generals.— Apply Noyes, 37, Tafl-street, Pontypridd. al9 WANTED, a thoroughly good General; good home to suitable person.—119, Commercial-street, New- port; 1791sg -KNTED, respectable Country Girl a,% w Help; small family; Country Girl as Working Help; small family; aged about 25.—Write, stat- ing wages, to Cranfield, Melita-road, St. Andrew's Park, Bristol. 1695a19 Kitchenmaids Wanted. WANTED at once, Kitchenmaid; must have been out before.—Apply Mrs. Fisher, Radyr, near Cardiff. 1724al9 WANTED, Young Girl as Kitchetmaid.— Apply Mrs. Bell, Crick House, Chepstow. 1704al9 COOK Disengaged; good cook, all branches; any dis- trict.—Gray, 10, Queen-street, Cardiff. 2095A23 COOK-General Disengaged; good cook; pastry, cakes; wash.—Gray, 10, Queen-street, Cardiff. a23 GENERALS.—Ten Disengaged foT Publics; cook, wash; experienced.—Gray, 10, Queen-street, Car- diff. 2093a23 GENERAL Disengaged; £ 10; cook, wash; earlj riser; references.—Gray, 10, Queen-street, Car- diff 2094a23 HOUSE-Parlourmaid Disengaged; tall; superior; H good waitress; highly recommended.-Gray, 10, Queen-street, Cardiff. 2097a23 ANTED, a Situation as Help.—Apply M. James, 2, Fronwen-terrace, Brecon. 2099820 W" ANiiiiiJ, a Place as Cook-General; good refe- rences.—85, Streathbourne-road, Upper Tooting. 2026a22 WANTED, Situation as Young Cook.—Apply Annie Powell. Llandefalle Rectory, Talgarth. 1974al9 ANTED, a Situation as Housemaid; expe- perienced.-L., Bonvilston Cottage, Bonvilston, near Cardiff. 1658a20 Female Servants Want Places. WANTED, a Situation as Cook, Cardiff or Penarth.—Apply M. Griffiths, 17, Wood^treet, Penarth. 3217a27 OITUATION Wanted as Single Housemaid; aged kj 24; wages £18 to £20; disengaged October 10th.— K., Ilost-oftice, Taisurn. 137a26 Male Servants Wanted. (■^ ROOM-Coachman.—Wanted, steady Young Man; 'X must have good references.—Apply Dr. Corrigan, Ctoughmor, Splott-avenue, Cardiff, between six-eiglit p. in. 2174a21 WANTED, a Ploughman; must understand all farm work; house and garden.—Blake^ Cogan Hall Farm, Penarth. 2169a25 ROOM Wanted; thoroughly experienced; ride and X drive.—State age, weight, height, wages, and n 1 particulars C., Tymawr, Abergavenny. 2149a21 WANTED, Situation as good, all-round Gardener; has had experience of vines, tomatoes, cucum- bers, melons, flowers, and kitchen garden; willing to be useful; good references; married.—Gardener, Blaen- dyffryn, Llandyssil, South Wales. 21(17823 WANTED, Youth to Drive Pony and Car and Attend to Same, Making Himself Useful in the House as required.—Apply, by letter, stating wages and where last employed, Stoll, 29, Park-place, Car- diff. a5245 WANTED, respectable, Middle-aged as Cow- man. Also Man to Take Charge of Horses; good ploughman, with knowledge of machinery.—Baker, Forest Farm, Whitchurch, Cardiff. 2053a20 WANTED, on Gentleman's Farm, respectable Man as Carter; required to milk once a day; good wages; comfortable home.—Bailiff, St. Andrew's Farm, Dinas l'owis, Cardiff. 1977a21 WANTED, steady Lad for Garden, Cows, and Generally Useful; able to milk preferred.—Full particulars to Vicar, Talgarth, Brecon. 1966a22 HAY, Cutting.—Wanted, steady Young Men; press preferred.—Apply Lawrence, Llanmartin, Magor. 1904a21 WANTED, steady Lad to Attend Garden and Stable, and to be Generally Useful.—Full par- ticulars to Vicar, Dyfryn, Neath. 1836a20 WANTED, a quick, active Lad as Page; one who has been out before preferred; wages £ 10 a year, all found.—Apply, with reference, to L 84, Wes- tern Mail, a_652_- Male Servants Want Plaoes. WANTED, by respectable Single Man (52), Situa- tion Attend Cob and Trap, Miik Few Cows, and Make Himself Generally Useful.—Apply W., No. 30. Fifth-row, Georgetown, Tredegar. 3209a21 WANTED, Situation as Coachman; single or pair; married; light weight; two years half charac- ter, four previous; leaving.on own accord.—Coachman, Radyr Chain Lodge, Llandaff. 3186a21 AS Coachman; experienced with hunters and young horses; good whip and horseman; age, 37; mar- ried.-Jones, Druidstone, Castleton, Cardiff. 2161a21 l WANTED, Situation as Single-handed Gardener; aged 27; single; abstainer; experienced in nil branches.—T. Church, 6r Wyndham-hiH, Tongwynlais, near Cardiff. 2077a21 GARDENER.—Situation Wanted; country pre- ferred; two children.—Wontner, Gladstone-cTescent, l'ontcanna, Cardiff. 2031a23 SITUATION Wanted as Groom or Coachman (single; S aged 29), and Willing to Make Himself Useful.- E., Cerrig lago, Bodorgan R.S.O., Anglesea. 2131a19 _d _h WOKIvINXi Farm Bailiff (Married) Seeks Situa- tion life experience in all branches; good refe- rences.—Bailiff, Upper Park, Llangattock Lingoed, Abergavenny. 2006al9 WANTED, Situation as experienced Gardener (Single-handed or Otherwise).—Apply Mr. Chap- man, Florist, Queen-etreet, Cardiff. 1993al9 AS Coachman Where Groom is Kept or thorough Single-handed Place; good driver of pair; thoroughly understands hunters, breaking and training of young horses; two years' good character; aged 29; single.—Coacluaan, care of Elliott, Pantrhiwgoch, Castleton. Cardiff. 1938a21 Uomestte trbant. Male Servants Want Places. LADY, going abroad, Wishes to Recommend her Coachman; accustomed to drive pair; understands hunters.—Apply Madame, care of Fennel and Co., Crockherbtown, Cardiff. 1813a20 FARM Bailiff.—Situation Required by experienced Man; good practical knowledge in all branches.— Bailiff, Davies, Stamp-office, Abergavenny. 1816a20 WANTED, a Situation as Groom-Coachman; thoroughly understands his duties; willing; married; late coachman to the Rev. Canon Nash.— Coachman, Mount's Hill-road, Kingswood, near Bris. tol. 1801alg WANTED, Situation as Working Farm Bailiff by Middle-aged Farmer's Son; single; good refe- rence.—M 81, Western Mail, Cardiff. 1770319 AS Groom-Coachman; life experience carriage horses and huntars; ride and drive well; willing, obliging; reasonable wages to comfortable, permanent place; single.-M 72, Western Mail, Cardiff. 1742al9 AS Groom-Coachman; ride, drive, single or pair; used to hunters; aged 30; single; excellent character from nobleman.—M 64, Western Mail, Car- diff. 1708a19 ANTED, Situation as Cowman; good reference.- W Apply John Morgan, Colwinstone, Cowbridge. sig Apply John Morgan, C01winstone, Cow bridge. a19 Man and Wife Wanted. WANTED, within the next few months, an intelli- gent, hard-working Farm Bailiff and Wife (no children) for Small Home Grass Farm, Wife Attending Cuws, Dairy, Poultry, &c.-State full particulars, present occupation, and salary expected to N 28, Wes- tern Mail, Cardiff. 2113a20 WANTED, October, Maa and Wife in Country House—Man to Work Garden and Grounds, Wife as Caretaker; firing.—State wages and references Jones-Lloyd, Solicitor, Pembroke Dock. 1761a19 Man and Wife Want Places. SITUATION, by Man and Wife, as Groom- Gardener, Wife as Plain Cook or Any Place of Trust.-Cullimore, Bradley-road, Wootton-under-Edge. 2120a21 feotel trbant5. Female Servant* Wanted. GOOD Cook Wanted; good reference.—Mrs. Hum- phreys, Talbot Hotel, Newport, Mon.. 3230a25 WANTED at once, a thoroughly experienced Coffee-room Waitress, also Pantrymaid (able to assist in waiting), for first-class Family and Commer- cial Hotel.—Address, with all particulars, N 51, Wes- tern Mail, Cardiff. 65616 BARMAIDS, Waitresses, Chambermaids, Cooks, Generals (free).—Davies's Registry, 48, Charles- street, Cardiff. 2119a20 HOUSEMAID-General (strong), who understands 14 waiting, Required at once; aged about 26.-Apply I-fynone Club, 128, Walters-road, Swansea. 3199a25 WANTED, Assistant Barmaid; also Boy for Kitchen and General Work. Reference required. LApply Bute Dock Hotel, Docks, Cardiff. 2127a20 WANTED at once, experienced Cook; must be accustomed to hotel work.—Apply Queen's Hotel, Newport, Mon. 3223a25 WANTED, a strong Giri as Kitchenmaid.—Apply Proprietress, Great Western Hotel, Cardiff. 820 WANTED, Barmaid-Book-keeper; must have go id reference.—Apply, stating age, experience, and salary reqnired, Lion Royal Hotel, Aberystwyth. 65602 WANTED, first-class Cook; good references: abstainer preferred.—Apply, with particulars of wages, &c., to Dolecoed Hotel, Llanwrtyd Wells. a20 WANTED immediately, Head and Under Chamber- maid.—Apply Bush Hotel, Swansea. 2070a23 WANTED, good General for Small Hotel, with good references; wages £ 14.—Andrews, ."6, Court-road, Barry Dock. 2079a23 WANTED, Young Lady, to Take Charge of Bar at Exchange Club for Three Months.—Apply, by ietter, to the Secretary, 19, Mount Stuart-square, Car- diff. 2052a20 WANTED, a Young Lady to Assist in Bar.—Apply Proprietors, Commercial Hotel, Fishguard. a22 Female Servants Want Places. ANTED Situation Barinnid -peri need !oiinter WANTED, Situation Barmaid; experienced counter trade; ood reference.-Carrymawr Farm. Llan- over, Abergavenny. 2144a21 TTJ"ANTED, by experienced Young Lady, Situation Vf as Barmaid; good references.—Taylor, New Market-street, Usk. 1889a21 Male Servants Wanted. WANTED immediately, Young Man as Fourth Boots; wages 8s. per week.—Head Boot*, Ruyal Hotel, Swansea. 2179al9 Male Servants Want Places- SITUATION Wanted as Boots; disengaged 26th.- o Apply Boots, Arcade Hotel, Ilfracombe. 3232a25 THE Cardiff and District Waiters and Chefs' Asso- ciation, 27, Park-street, Supply reliable Men for Hotel or Private Service at shortest notice; no fee.- Apply Secretary. 2064a23 BOOTS Seeks Situation, good Single-handed or Second experienced; good reference from preseut employer.—Mares, Lyn Valley Hotel, Lynmouth. a23 Crabellerd, gtnt5t Set* Travellers. Agents, &c., Wanted. TRAVELLER Wanted, with a connection amongst T Steam Users, Mills, Ironmongers, &c., to Push Socialities; good commission offered.—State grouud covered, 34, Vauxliall-road, Liverpool. 3191a25 WANTED, first-class Traveller for the Wine and Spirit Trade; must be thoroughly reliable and experienced, and have an established connection amongst publicans in Cardiff, Monmouthshire, and Herefordshire.—Apply, stating experience, trade done, age, &c., N 33, Western Mail Office,. Cardiff. 2128a26 CCOUNT TrOTellers. and -Othe-ra m P08ition of Trust are Grllut8d Scurity at ACCOUNTANTS. Cashiers, Travellers, and Others Very Moderate Rates of Premium by the National Guarantee and Suretyship Association (Limited). Agents Wanted.—Fuli particulars can be had on application to Allen G. Whittaker, Resident Secretary. 10, St. Stephen-street, Bristol. 3070d A CTIVE, reliable Men Wanted to Represent Wealthy, AOld-establislied Firm; doing large business; first- class terms; early promotion to successful men.- Address N 30, Western Mail, Cardiff. 2121a23 AGENTS (Purchasing) Calling on Gas Consumers; season now on for cheap and wonderfully saving invention, instantly demonstrated; sells rapidly.—Write Manager, Room 1, 224, Upper Thames-street, London, E.C. L16680 IMPORTANT. New Cocoa and Chocolate Works are Open to Appoint suitable Gentlemen, with know- ledge of the trade and good connections amongst buyers in the United Kingdom, as Agents or Travellers. -Detailed applications under Box 4,204, care of W. H. Smith and Son, 186, Strand, Londou, W.C. L16676 WANTED, Traveller for South Wales and West of England by Waterproof Garment Manufacturers; liberal commission to gentleman with good connection. -Address N 18, Western Mail, Cardiff. 2016a25 A Firm of Tobacco and Cigarette Manufacturers Require Traveller for Cardiff, Newport, and suburbs; suitable and energetic man will be treated liberally.-Address, with full particulars, N 3, Western Mail, Cardiff. 1901a21 Travellers, Agents, &c., Want Employ- ment. GENTLEMAN, with connection in Midlands amongst J. Users of Steel Sheets, Bars, ke., Would Repre- sent good Firm of Welsh Makers.—N 35, Western Mail, Cuidiff. 2142n25 Clerks anii itatagcrs* 'J'JV-V v, \,J"¡ V'J"r- Clerks and Managers Wanted. WANTED, a Junior Clerk; must understand book- keeping.—Address N 34, Western Mail, Cardiff. a5246 LERK6'HIPS; L85 f450; Admiralty, War CCLERKSHIPS; £ 85, £ 450; Admiralty, War, J Revenue, Customs offices; vacancies nuw open to all, aged 15-23; experience unnecessary; special ex- planatory pamj/hlet free.—Secretary, Civil Service Bureau, Albert-hall, Edinburgh. 2102a23 WANTED, smart Youth; knowledge shorthand and Custom House work preferred.—(Apply Hardy, Wilson, and Proctor, Bute Docks, Cardiff. 2051a23 MANAGING C.erk Wanted in Auctioneer's Office; knowledge of Cardiff necessary.—State qualifica- tions and salary required N 21, Western Mail, Car- diff. a5230 WANTED, in the Main Colliery Offices, Neath Abbey, a competent Clerk; thorough short- hand, good at figures; salary £100 a year.—Apply Main Colliery Company, Neath Abbey. L16674 THE South Wales and Monmouthshire Clerks' Asso- ciation Ensures Members airftinst Lou through Want of Employment, Sickness, Old A?e. end Death, and Introduces to Employers, free of charge. Clerks of good business capacity and character. Every Clerk, whatever his position, should be a Member of the Association.—Send for particulars Secretary, 1, Douk. chambers, Cardiff. a2211 WANTED, a first-class Double-entry Book-keeper.— Apply, with full particulars of experience and salAry required, to N 16, Western Mail, Cardiff. a22 WANTED, experienced Weighman and Timekeeper; one accustomed to general foundry business pre- ferred; permanency for steady, competent man.- Apply, with references, stating wages, to Weighman, Western Mail, Newport. 1961a21 WANTED, a Junior Clerk, with some experience of Office Work.—M 70, Western Mail, Cardiff. al9 ORDER and Day Book Clerk.—,Wanted immediately, thoroughly efficient Young Man, with a know- ledge of typewriting desirable; must be smart writer.- Apply, by letter only, stating wages required, Lever Brothers (Limited), Victoria-chambers, Working-street, Cardiff. 1728al9 Clerks and Managers Want Places. CLERK, with considerable railway experience, rates C classification of goods, traffic, &c., Wants Situa. tion.—Apply N 40, Western Mail Office, Cardiff. 2158a21 BOOK-KEEPER in Hotel or Shop; experienced.—A. E., Llanellwyd House, Station-road, Builth. a20 ACCOUNTANT'S Clerk (30) Desires Audit Clerk- ship; conscientious worker; moderate salary; ex- cellent references.-Write N 25, Western Mail, Car- diff. 2062a23 SHEFFIELD Trades.—Advertiser Wants really good S Position of Trust, Office or Travelling; general knowledge and good connections; first-class references and security.N 12, Western Mail, Cardiff. 1979819 YOUNG Man, Bilinguist, 21, Seeks Situation as Clerk.—M 98. Western Mail. Cardilt. !S87a2l partnership^ NE or Two Gentlemen Required to Act as ONE or Two Gentlemen Requued to Act 88 Directors in a Company Carrying on a Wholesale Business, showing excellent profits.—Apply N 9, Wes- tern Mail Office, Cardiff. 1946a21 op 3sfttetante Shop Aseletants Wanted. TO Grocers' Assistants.—Wanted, reliable, energetic Young Man, 20 to 25; also Junior, about 18, and a Young Man as Porter, with knowledge of trade (live in).-Full particulars to D. Edwards, 10, Blackmoor- strcgt, London. W.C. 3192al9 DRAPERY.—Wanted, a smart Young Man, just out of apprenticeship, as Improver.—Apply Collette Jones, 146, Trafalgar-road, Greenwich, London. 2151a21 DRAPERY.—Wanted. Youth as Apprentice or Im- prover.—Evans, Temple of Fashion, Treorky. a25 WANTED immediately, a smart Junior for Clothing and Hats; must be a good window-dresser and stock-keeper.—Apply J. S. Evans, Penuel-square, Ponty- pridd. 2145a25 WANTED, a steady Young Man (Welsh) for the Wholesale Hosiery; accustomed to book-keeping ani travel some districts when required.—Apply to D. E. Williams and Co. Park Mills, Llandilo. 2154a21 DRAPERS.—Young Lady for Fancy; also Another. Showroom Sales.—Jones, Draper, Tonyrefail. a23 MANCHESTER Department.—Wanted, a Junior I m Young Man for Manchester Sales: smart appear- anee, and accustomed to good-class trade.-Applr. per- sonally or with recent photograph, to Evans and Allen (Limited), Newport, M 2137a25 GROCERY.—Wanted immediately, good Improver (Junior).—Apply, full particulars, 3. Gauntlett, Penrhiwceiber. 2078a25 LEWIS Lewis and Co., urapers, Swansea, have Vacancy for experienced Young Man; Welsh; personal application preferred. 2071a20 GROCERY and Provisions.—Wanted, a good Junior. —State wages, lith full particulars (outdoors), Jones, 19, High-street, -Chepstow. 2040a23 RAPERY.—WantM, a Leading Hand for Dress Department; Welsh; must be good window- dr";ser.—Apply D. H. iLewis, Neath. 2025a22 ANTED, Two rtgpectable Youths. Also Young Ladies, Apprentices Drapery and Millinery.— Jan es, Temple, Ammicford. 1975al9 MILLINERY.—Wffcted immediately, experienced 1 Young Lady tpr Millinery Sales.-State age, salary, and experience^ to John Evans and Co.. Ponty- pridd. 1892a21 DRAPERY.—Wantj||, Young Ladies, Improvers and Juniors.—E. Lo«gt Draper and Outfitter, Taun- ton. 1876a20 Ii.APEKS.—Wanted at once. Two Junior Young Men. of about years' experience.—Mayberry Williams, Pontypridd. 1374a20 DRAPERY—Wanted, for Fancy Draper's, a Young Man as Window-dresser, &c.—State full particu- lars Laslett, High-street, Newport. 1886a20 GROCERY Trade.—Wanted, smart Provision Hand for Pontypridd Branch; Welsh necessary.—Apply Wm. Harris, Merchant Merthyr Tydfil. 1790al9 GROCERY.—Wanted at once, smart Junior; used to ready money- trade; indoors.—Reese Bros., Paget-street, Cardiff. 1781al9 DRAPERY.—Wanted, Two experienced Young Ladies for Fancy. Also Two well-educated Youths as Apprentices (Welsh).—Rees Evans, Swansea. 1776al9 "TXTANTED, smart. ^Toung Man as Salesman and ,YV Stock-keeper fop Waterproof Clothing and India- rubber Business.—M 65^ Western Mail, Cardiff. al9 DRAPERY.—Wanted immediately, a 6mart Junior; DRAPERY.—Wanted immediately, a 6mart Junior; good window driser; personal application pre- ferred.—E. Jones, Cardiff House, 1'ontardulais. al9 WANTED at once, for Sale, smart Juniors; Welsh; indoors.—Apply Jones and Co., Drapers, Gil- fach Gooh. 1537A19 Shop Assistants Want Places. GROCERY, &c.—De-engagement as Assistant; abstainer; disengaged.—C. E. Jones, Fleur-de-Lis, Maesycwmmer- 3203a21 SITUATION Wanted, by trustworthy Person, in C'on- fectionery Shop by the middle of October; no Sunday work.—Miss Dj&vies, Church Inn, Llanishen, Cardiff. 2035a23 ^JjOTHING or Clothing and Boots.—Re-engagement J as Salesman; eight years' experience; used to pushing trade.—Biowning, 19, Tunnel-terrace, New- port. 1885a20 QITUATION Wanted by Young Lady, Tobacconist's, (O Confectioner's, Fruit Shop, or Any Light Busi- ness.—Apply W., 1, Station road, Llansamiet. 1749al9 Milliners and Dressmakers Wanted. DRESSMAKING.—Wanted, an experienced Bodice t Hand; able to tave bodice from fitter and com- plete ~&am?, iione otiwf* need "apply.—^Hughes, Caven- dish House, Merthyr. ° 3218a25 lt]FS,MAKERS.-Wented, for Small Workroom, Da First Hand; good fit an,l .style indispenable.- Ii First Hand; good fit and style indispensable.- Apply to David Thomas, Cowbridge. 3235a21 MILLINERY.—Wanted; experienced Hand; able serve; Welsh.—Evans, Temple of Fashion, Treorky. 2147a25 DRESSMAKING.—Experienced Skirt Hands Wanted immediately; good wages.—Apply Samuel Hal'. Cardifl. 2159a25 MILI.INERY.—Wanted, thoroughly experienced First Hand; able to serve.—Full particulars first application, John Price, New Tredegar. 2115a20 application, John Price, New Tredegar. 2115a20 WANTED, an experienced Milliner; Welsh; able to serve through.—Apply William .Tames, Manchester House, New Quay, South Wales. 2108a23 ILLINERY.-Waiited, for Treharris, experienced M Milliner and Young Lady for Fancy Counter.— Apply, with full particulars, John Price, Pontlottyn. a23 MANTLE Workroom.-Wanted, Several Coat Hands, Improvers, and Apprentices; outdoor.-Apply Ben Evans and Co., Swansea. r 2029a22 ILLINERY.-Wanted, good Milliner; able to 6erve m in medium-class trade.—Apply George, Draper, Hirwain. 1907a2l D" RESSMAKING.—Wanted, Improvers; outdoors^ Apply Miss Morgan, 27, Park-street, Bridgend. 1931a21 DRESSMAKERS.—Wanted, good Bodice and Mantle Hands; outdoor.—Greenlands (Limited), Drapers, Hereford. 1843a20 Hereford. 1843a20 WANTED, thoroughly experienced Milliner; able to serve; Welsh.—William Roberts, Llandilo. a23 DRESSMAKEBS.—Wanted, an experienced and stylish First Hand; "must be a good fit.—Send photo and filII patticulars to Mayberry Williams, Draper, Pontypridd. 1875a20 iBtScellaiteottS ttuatiolts. Situations Vacant. CARDIFF Union.-Ely Schools.-Wanted, a Yards- man and Boys' Attendant at Ely Schools, whose duties will be to take charge of the boys out of school hours, attend to yards, latrines, lavatories, &c., and perform other duties as directed by the master of the schools: salary ;E21 a year, rising by ii annually to £ 26, with board, lodging, washing, and uniform, subject to the provisions of the Poor Law Ofliceral Superan- nuation Act, for which the value of these emoluments is fixed at £33; candidates must be single, strong, active, and healthy, and free from physical defect. Application forms, to be obtained from me or from the Master (whom intending applicants desirous of learning the duties in detail may see at the Schools), must be returned to me not later than Tuesday, 3rd October, 1899, at Ten o'clock a.m.—.Arthur J. Harris, Clerk.—Union Offices, Queen's-chambers, Cardiff, 13th September, 1899. a5205 TO Bakers.—Young Man Seeks Situation as Second or good Third Hand; references.—Weetch, 26, St. Woolos-road, Newport. 3219a25 WANTED, a Spindle Moulding Machine; suitable for cabiuet work.—Apply T. Frederick, Cabinet Works, Xewport. 3225a21 TO Tailors.—Wanted, good General Hand at once.— Apply Haynes, Usk. 3224a21 SADDLERS.—Wanted, good Man or Improver, Light Harness.—Hennessey, Saddler, Usk, Mon. 3189a25 WANTED, intelligent Warehouseman; good scholar; experience .in wholesale provision warehouse desirable.—Apply N 42, Western Mail, Cardiff. 2165a21 OREMAN Wanted in Ship and Yacht Yard on South Coast; candidates must be workmen of experience in wooden shipbuilding and repairing and yacht work, and most be able to estimate for repairs, &c.-Write, sending references, to V. V., care of Deacon's Advertising Offices, Leadenhall-street, Lon- don. 2129a21 OADDLERS.—Wanted immediately, General Hand or O Improver.—State wages Kearns, Brynmawr. a20 ANTED. Caretaker for St. Thomas's Infants' National School.—Apply Vicar, St. Thomas', Swansea. 2110a23 WANTED, sharp, intelligent Lad, about 18, Under- standing Poultry and Game, Required Assist Gamekeeper.-State particulars and wages to N 29, Western Mail, Cardiff. 2117a20 TO Butchers.—Wanted, strong Young Man to Slaughter; willing to assist through the trade; live out.-Apply. references and wages required, Hutchings, Ton Ystrod. 2101a20 TO Butchers.—Wanted, Single Man; live indoors; must be good slaughterman and sober; good r. ages.—Apply Howell, Aberaman. 2072a23 REQUIRED, a Refined Lady, of business ability, Devoting a Few Hours Daily for Lucrative Work. | —N 23, Western Mail, Cardiff- 2054a2C BAR Mill.—Wanted, a good Merchant Roller n Start Another Shift with Roughers and Furnace- men.-kpply Hmisk-t Forge, Leeds, Yorkshire. a23 WANTED, experienced Stone Breakers; good price given.—Apply Jenkins, Contractor, Brynsadler, Pontyclun.. 2037a23 WANTED at once. Carter, for Private and Public Trade, for Bottling Stores.—Apply, personally, 74, Union-street, Cardiff. ,2036a 19 ANTED, first-class Man as Sugar Boiler.—Apply 13, Victoria-6treet, Merthyr. 2023al9 O Bakers.—Good Bread Hand, Cake and Smalls, Wanted at once; light work; wages 25s.—J. H. Thomas and Co., Maesteg. 2024al9 HATTERSLEY Operator Wanted at once; must be _Ll quick and clean; piecework, 2id. per 1,000; good wages; Society.-State speed and references to Overseer, Daily Times, Worcester. 2012a25 RINTERS.-Wanted, smart, clean Compositor at P once.—Apply Jones and Son, Aberavon. 1988a19 ANTED, Practical Working Maltster, fen: seven Quarter "House"; assistance given.—Powell, Tal: garth. 197la22 TO Butchers.—Wanted, Young Man as Slaughterman, to make himself generally useful.—Apply Michael, Aberaman, Aberdare. 1976a19 WANTED, experienced Foreman Over Labourers in Foundry Yard; one capable of managing men, and understanding handling of biavy work; per- manency for steady, competent man.—Apply, with references,. stating wage3, to Foreman, Western Mail, Auvoort. 1960*21 a jNísctIIantous Situations Vacant-Continued. BUILDING Trade.—Advance in Wages.—Wanted, Carpenters, Joiners. Plasterers, Bricklayers, Banker Masons, and Labourers; wages for good work- men, a;d. hour; experienced labourers, 5jd. hour.— Apply Secretary, Master Builders' Association Office, Pentonville, Newport, Mon. 1959a28 ROLLTCRNERS.—Wanted, thoroughly capable Man for Works of Three Mills; state wages expected and enclose copies of references.—Address N 8, Wes- tern Mail, Cardiff. 65558 WANTED immediately, a steady Man for Beer Bottling Stores.—Apply H. Stone, Neath. a22 WANTED, Brick Burners and Setters for Ser- comb's Patent Kilns" in Surrey.—State expe- rience and wages required to Mr. Geo. Anderson, New- road. South Godstone, Surrey. 1937a21 LOCK and Co., Tonvpandy, Has a Vacancy for a Haulier (outdoor). 1393a21 CYCLES.—Wanted, General Repairer; well up in brazing.—Apply Savery, Usk. 1757al9 RESPECTABLE Lad Wanted as Apprentice to Jeweller and Watchmaker.—Address J., 307, Argus Offices, Newport. 1763al9 ANTED immediately, Man to Make Himself Us@- WAXTED immediately, Man to Make Himself Use- ful at Odd Jubs, Shooting, &c.-Appiy Lindner, Esq., Nant-y-groes. Llandrindod. L16663 GROCERY.—Wanted, a Haulier, and to Assist in Warehouse; outdoor; Welsh. Also Junior; in- doors.—Apply, with particulars, Timothy Jones, Gor- seinon. 1733al9 WANTED, Three good Draymen.—Apply, with references, Manager, Brewery, Tredegar. al9 Situations Wanted. MECHANICAL Engineer (25) Wants Situation as M Assistant; sound training shop and f"(llIpf; ex. cellent testimonials.—N 55, Western Mail, Cardiff. a21 WANTED, by ex-Metropolitan Police-officer, Situa- tion a3 Messenger or Place of Trust; good reference and security if required.—N 41, Western Mail, Cardiff. 2168a21 PLUMBER Want", Situation as Improver; well up ill gas and hot water.-Apply Dobson, 35, Kin- craig-street, Roath, Cardiff. 2150a21 GASFITTER Wants Situation as Improver; 5 £ years' experience in gasworks; good references.— Apply Lloyd, 9, Windsor-road, Neath. 2084a25 WAREHOUSEMAN and Packer or Storekeeper; 13 years' experience.—Avery, Western Mail, Swansea. 2019a22 gpartmtttts. Apartments to Let. OMFORTABI,E Apartments; suit one or two COMFORTABLE Apartments; suit one or two gentlemen.-Apply 69, Brynymor-road, S"-anea. 3200a 25 PENARTH (within few minutes station).—Well-furl P nished Rooms to Let.—N 43, Western Mail, Car- diff. 2164a25 FURNISHED Sitting-room, One or Two Bedrooms; F suit friends.—36, Taibot-street, Cardiff. 2114a21 PAYING Guests.—Young Couple would Like to Receive One or Two Gentlemen in their comfort- able Home, Cardiff; moderate terms.— N 15, Western Mail, Cardiff. 1996a20 LAUGE, Well-furnished Sitting-room, One or Two Bedrooms, With or Without Board; close town and stations.—9, Park-place, Cardiff. 1852a20 GOOD Home Offered for One or Two Gentlemen, on the Newport-road—Ajply M 88, Western Mail, Cardiff. 1810a20 A Q Newport-road.—Board and Residence; best part 4tO» of Cardiff; central; telephone. 1751al9 QQ Charles-street.—Sitting-room and Bedroom; hot —» and cold bath. 1764al9 PENARTH.—Lansdowne Private Hotel; opposite p station; extensive Channel Tiew; special terms permanently. 1551d Seaside and Country Apartments. 6 Furnished Rooms, four miles Monmouth; high^ picturesque; nice garden; cycling, piano, pony, shooting, fishing.—P. H., Butte, LlangarTon, Ross. <122 15s. a Weel, f, BOARDERS Received from 15s. a Week for Winter Months. C., 5, Yarino-par3de, Clevedon. 316 A f\ Stanwell-road, Penarth.—Furnished Apartments; suit gentleman; bath; every convenience; terms moderate; close to station. 1947a21 DINING and Bed Rooms to Let, With or Without Shooting.—Mansion House, Llanvapley, Aber- gavenny. 1837a20 TO Let, Two Sitting and Four Bed Rooms.—David, Hillside House, Marcross, near Llantwit. lSS9a20 A JiKTlYSTW VTH—Liutfiu House, Victoria-terrace^" Boardia.i Establishment; facing sea;' good cook- ing; moderate f,rms.-Miss Allen. 786d » rtlní$t. Dwelling-houses Wanted. WANTED, to Rent House (not very large), with Six Acres or More of Xand. withiu about forty miles of Cardiff: near station on Eastern side. pre- ferred.—.Address N 44, Western Mail, Cardiff. 2175a21 WANTED to Rent, for Winter Months, Furnished House; in good position, Cardiff; or would Exchange for Residence at Weston-super-Mare.—Ad- dress, with full particulars, N 37, Western Mail. Car- diiy. a5247 WANTED, to Purchase or Rent Small Villa: three or four bedrooms; with stable, or room to build.—State lowest price N 27, Western Mail, C'lr- diff. 2098a20 WANTED, to Rent SmalJ Cottage and One or Two Acres of Rough Land, suitable for Poultry Farm; within ten miles of Cardiff.—Full particulars to H., Rose Cottage, Oxford-street, Burnham, Somerset. 2086a20 WANTED, Unfurnished House in Country; about six bedrooms, three sitting-rooms; stabling; rough shooting procurable; Carmarthenshire preferred. —Pryse Lloyd, Ferryside. 1799al9 WANTED, House (about eight rooms) and Garden in Saundersfoot; rent or purchase; state full particulars.-Apply M 87, Western Mail, Cardiff. al9 WANTED, Cottage; about an Acre Garden Land; easv distance Cardiff; elevated position.—M b6, Western Mail, Cardiff. 1715al9 Dwelling-houses to be Let. TITESSXS. S. HERN" AND PERTWEE. i\JL AUCTIONEERS, VALUERS, SURVEYORS, HOUSE AND ESTATE AGENTS, have the following Houses for Sale or To Let:- NEWPORT-ROAD.—Capital House; immediate posses- sion; rent only fSO. PARIC-PLACE.—Convenient House IX urnished or 1:Tn- furnished); moderate rent. CATHEDRAL-RD.—Superior Houses, from £55j£loo. COUNTRY RESIDENCE, in a delightful situat.on; near a station, and within four miles of Newport GAFE excellent situation; double frontage; low rent; fittings moderate; early possession. FITZALAN-PLACE.—Good House; thoroughly reno- vated; rent £48. LLANDAFF.—Capital Detached Residence, with large garden; rent £75; room for stabling. LARGE Assortment Town, Country Houses for Sale. Printed Monthly Register (Free) of Estates, Houses, and Business Premises to lie Let or Sold. SPECIAL DEPARTMENT for the MANAGEMENT of Estates, Houses, and Collection of Rents. a5129 Offices: Post-office-chambers, 93, St. Mary-st., Cardiff. LLANISHEN.—To Let, Furnished, a most desirable L Detached Residence, 250 feet above the sea; 4 miles from Cardiff by road, 1 minute from railway station; sanitary arrangements perfect; excellent water; comprises large hall, 3 commodious reception-rooms, billiard-room, 9 good bedrooms, ample and convenient domestic offices, gardens about 1 acre, tennis lawn. paddock about 3 acres, conservatories, excellent stabling, coach-house, gardener's and coachman's cot- tages; exceedingly low renL-For full particulars apply S. Hern and Pertwee, F.S.I., Estate Agents, Car- diff. 2044a23 I.NERE4,D.-T0 be Let or Sold, Furnished or Un. furnished, Nos. 1, 2, 3, The Esplanade. These houses are splendidly built, contain exceptionally large and airy rooms, and are among the very few houses in Miuehead that enjoy an uninterrupted view of the sea and esplanade; good gardens and stabling.-Apply to the Manageress at o. 1, The Esplanade, Minshead. 64515 TO Let, 36, Oakfleld-street; t"nm reception, ten bed rooms, bathroom (hot and cold water), best w.c., breakfast-room, office, kitchen, larder, china pantries, wine cellar, scullery, greenhouse, coal and stick honse.— Apply Smith. 44, Oakfield-street. Cardiff. a4452 TO Let, 222, Newport-road.—Apply 50, Charles-street, Cardiff. a5259 NEWPORT Road, near Castle-road.—Two very attrac- tive Residences.—Particulars Seel and Isaac, Theatre Royal-chambers, Cardiff. a5252 TO Let, 8, North Church-street.—Williams, Kendala House, Plymouth-road, Penarth. 2109a23 167, Newport-road.—Contains three reception, six bed rooms; bathroom.—Hopkins, Queen-street, Car- diff. 2046a23 O/l 25, 28, Patrick-street, Docks; reduced rents; good condition.—Hopkins, Queen-street. a23 166, King's-road, Canton; four bedrooms; good repair; 10s. clear.-Hop", Queen-street. 2u46a23 TO Let, HI, Albany-road.—Apply Alfred Lewis, 18, Queen-street, Cardiff. 1738al9 1,T,GIS Road.—Nice Seven-roomed House, with cellar; rent lis.; done out to suit tenant.— Duchesne and Preece, High-street, Cardiff. a5230 /fHEPSTOW.—To~Let, Semi-detached Villa; eight rooms, scullery, fcc.; fine water, gas; bathroom; charming situation.—Apply High Trees. 65586 £ » O Colum-road (Eight-roomed House), to Let; close to Cathavs Park,—Apply 2, Llandough-street, Cardiff. 2058a20 LARGE Residences to Let, at reasonable rents, in Park-place, The Walk, Plasturton-gardens, Romilly-road, Pitzhamon-embanl-ment, Llandaff, &c.— Duchesne and Preece, High-street, Cardiff. a5230 CARMARTHEN, 15, Union-street.—A convenient House; large rooms, and fitted with ga6; newly decorated; immediate possession can be had.—Apply 2, Queen-street, Carmarthen. 1999a25 CURDIGANSHIRE.-To Let, middle of October, for Six or Nine Months, Country Residence (Well Furnished; two miles from Cardigan; three recep- tion-rooms, smoking-Toom, four bedrooms, dressing- Furnished; two miles from Cardigan; three recep- tion-rooms, smoking-Toom, four bedrooms, dressing- room, batbroom, servants' rooms, usual offices; stabling, &c.; use of pair cpbs and carriage; coachman left; no children desired.—Apply Tyler, Glanhelig, Boncath. 1995a21 TO Let, Ashton Villa, facing Llandaff Fields; every convenience; low rent to good tenants.—Apply next door. 1899a21 MUMBLES.—To Let, New Detached Villa; beauti- M fully situated Langland Hill; few minutes' walk from bay; beautiful views; tennis lawn; three reception, five bed rooms.—Williamfe. Cliff, Mumbles. 1853a20 premises* Business Premises to be Let-Continued MESSP.S. SEEL and ISAAC, Theatre Royal- c-har:ii>?rs, Cardiff, have the following, among other PrF!ni5es. to Let- LLANDAFF CITY: SmaU Villas; 7s. weekly. CRICHTON-STREET: Two Houses; in good repair. SALTMEAD-ROAD Several Houses; 6s. ETHEL-STREET: Cottages; 4s. 6d. weeklv. TALYGARN-STREET: Two Houses; 6s. weekly. 24, ATLAS-PLACE; convenient Villa; 10s. weekly. 2, BROOK-STREET; commodious Villa. a5072 ROATH Park.—53, Montgomery-street; five bed- rooms, bathroom, workroom, large kitchen. £ :c.; rent moderate.—Apply Herne, Wordsworth-avenue, Cardiff. 1735alg 030, Cowbridge-road.—Two reception, 5 bed rooms, hot £ and cold bct.li. 2 greenhouses.—Apply 25, Catherine- street, Cathays, Cardiff. 1717a39 TO Let, Twelve-roomed House, 33, Corbett-roadT weil built: pleasantly situated, overlooking Cathays Parl.Dix, 22, Woodville-road, Cardiff. al9 SEMI Detached Villa Residence, No. 30. Conway- road, Cardiff, containing nine rooms, bath (h. and e.); large garden; rent £ 30; possession 1st October.— Apply Mr. S. D. Marks, 13, Coldstream-terrace. alS TO Let, 29th September, 1899, Rhode Wood House, Saundersfoot (Detached;; three reception-rooms, six bedrooms, kitchen, usual offices; good garden.— Apply W. D. Lewis. Solicitor. Narberth. 1562a23 ENAI[tTH.-To Let, detxiralle Residence; six bed- P rooms, three receptions; large garden, greenhouse. &c.: vacant 25th September.—Apply 112, Piymouth road. a4943 Dwelling-houses to be Sold. FOR Sale, most de.-irable Cottage Property, Roath Park.—Apply 30. Ryder-street, Canton. Cardiff. a2> To be Sold, in one of the prettiest parts of Gower, a Double-fronted Detached Cottage Residence; in perfect repair, with iovelv land and sea views; the accommodation comprises two sitting-rooms facing the sea, hall, two kitchens, pantry, five bedrooms, and katli- room good walled-in garden; up and down stairs fitted with latest ranges, graies. &c.; furniture might be pur- chased if desired; possession at once; 99 .eaT3' lease; £ 1 ground rent.—Address N 32, Western Mail, Car- diff. 2126al9 FOR Sale, New H .uses in Llandaff-road: high, healthy position; close to Handaff Fields and Thompson's Park; fitt bedrooms; every convenience; price and ground rent _ow.—Apply on the Premises, or William Geen. Builde. Penylan, Cardiff. 1968a22 TO be Sold (cheap), Theobald-road, Canton.—Apply 50, Neville-street, Cardiff. 1969a22 TO be Sold, good Corner House, with Coach-house and Stables, in Neville-street.—Apply 50, Neville- street, Cardiff. 1970a22 PARTRIDGE Roao.—Corner House for Sale; price j. £ 360.—M 95, We.;T ;m Mail, Cardiff. 1350a20 TO Close an Estate.—Several Lots of we!et Pro- perties, Cardiff: situate centre of town and suburbs; in good hand- ripe for great improvements.— Apply M 96, Western Mail, Cardiff. 1864a20 Business Premises to be Let. PREMISES to Let—Cellar, Shop, and Eight Rooms Upstairs; direct-.v- opposite market entrance; £ 180 first year, £ 200 after, on a lease.-Staniforth. 6, Church-street, Cardiff. 3214a25 TO Let, Large Shoo and House, 227, Cowbridge- Toad, Canton; ) ,ng back premises.—Apply 12, Wyndham-road, Canton, Cardiff. 2171a25 BIDEFORD, North Devon.—Convenient Shop, on Lease, with Roc as if desired; busiest part of towll.-H. J., Western .1ail Office, Newport. 2133a25 OPACIOUS Yard, l.i centre of town: suitable for O builders' purpose.—Apply Alfred Akenhead, 2, Bank-buildings, St. Mu;y-Street, Cardiff. 3201etc "TXTELL Known 'Sh aping' Grocery Premises to Let. Yt —Apply Williams, opposite Ship Hotel, v-j- årth. 2087e20 TO Let. Two Shops and Lavatory on Penarlh Pier.— Apply Secretary, 35, Mount Stuart-square, Car- diff. a5234 SHOPS in Bute-Stre-1, near Pierhead.—Hopkins, 10, Queen-street, Cardiff. 2046a23 GOOD Shops to Lit in Cast!e-road, Carlisle-street, Broadway, Church-street, Herbert-street; rents low.—Duchesne and Preece, High-street, Cardiff. a5230 COAL Yard to Let; large business been done.—Apply Perrett, 73, High-street, Weston-super-Mare. a22 NEWPORT. Mon.—To Let, Business Premises, best part Commercial-street;" centre of business por- tion of the town; lipht, lofty: electric light; good windows; immediate possession.—Address N 7, Western Mail, Cardiff. 65560 TO Let, extensive Tremises—Shop and Warehouse; three floors;, suit wholesale drapery or business requiring space; grnurd floor '120 x 20; near Park 4, 1832a21 RIDCjE-ST!t,EET.-Ext,ensive Pr(emi-%eg, suitable Bwhtilesalf, traders, with Warehouse and eiitrance wholesale traders, 1\'ith Warehouse and entrance from Millicent-street. Ul'PEIl BUTE-STREET.—Corner Shop, near Hayes. —SEEL and ISAAC, Theatre Royal-chambers, Cardiff. a5214 TO -Let. Shop and Dwelling, at 106, Railway-street, Roath splendid opening for a butcher.—Apply D. Davies. Trade-street, Cardiff. 1828a20 PONffYPOOL.—Capital House and Shop to Lst, Commercial-street.—Apply Croom and Son, Fontv- pool. 1756a2l BROADWAY.—To Let, Large Corner Shop, with Dwelling-house and Bakehouse attached; also yard and stable; suitable for any business; rent moderate.—Apply Herne, Wordsworth-avenue, Car- diff. 1756al9 FINE Warehouse, Hunter-street, Docks.—Williams and Hoare, 6a, Dalcross-street, Cardiff. 1705al9 SHOP and House, adjoining Friends' Meeting s House, High-street, close' to Great Western Station, Swansea, to Let.—Apply Elsmere, 11, Brook- land-terrace, Swansea. s. 1522a23 112, Bute-street, Cardiff, to I,et till March, 1801; well fitted with counter, shelves, glass case*, winiow-ca.se, gas fittings, &c.; back entrance to Wert Bute-street; rooms over; a good opportunity for man ttarting in business or for opening a branch; agree. iteiit for continuing the tenancy may be made witii superior landlord; rent £100 per annnuL-Apply :0 General Manager. Western Mail, Cardiff. a4306 XO Let, Large Building; suitable for factory or warehouse; situate in Tudor-lane.—Apply Western warehouse; situate in Tudor-lane.—Apply Western joinery Company (Limited), Pendyris-street, Cardiff. a5120 C40RNER Premises to Let, Custom House-sircei, i Cardiff; valuable site.—Apply Flint Bros. u4608 HIGH Street, Cardiff.—Shop to Let, at moflerat* rent.—Apply to Mr. Wentworth H. Priise, 21. High-street. Cardiff. a4238 Offices to Let. CONVENIENT Offices; central position.—Apply C Alfred Akenhead, 2, Bank-buildings, 9t. Mary- street, Cardiff. 3202etc WESTGATE Street.—Three well-lighted Rooms; suitable for architects and others.—Apply Jenkins and Jones. 10, West-, ate-stteet, Cardiff. 2048a23 GOOD Offices to Let in High-street, St. Mary-street, Church-street.—Duchesne and Preece, High-street, Cardiff. a52 OFFICES to Let, M. Custom House-street, Cardift.- 0 Flint Bros. a4607 OFFICES to Let, in gcod position in St. Mary- street; electric lighted and heated by steam; moderate rents.—Apply J. r. Jones, Richards, and Budgen, 14. Western Mail-clf.aibers. Cardiff. S1150 ESTERN MAIL-CHAMBERS —Four Rooms~to Let. Singly, in Pairs, or Altogether; hydraulic lift; electric light supplied. -A ppty to Mr. E H. Crafter. Western Mail Office, Cardifl. 50076 isBustncsses; for IBtsposaL TOY, Hairdressing, and Fancy Business.—Premises to Let, with immediate possession.—Apply Davies, Hock Shop. Bridgend. 3215a25 FIREWOOD and Shedding Timber Business to Sell or Let, with Machinery and Buildiiig; good yard; long lease.—J. Lane, Market-road, Canton, Car- diff. 2156a25 CEMENT Works. West of England; completely equipped: working full time; ready market.— Particulars Cement, care of Davies, Advertising Agent, Bristol. 65589 FOR Disposal, a well-established, good class Glass and China Emporium; sure living trade; total ingoing, £400; every proof and investigation.—Mr. Wilmshurst, Accountant, Cardiff. 2039a20 ARDIFF.-TO be Sold or Let, Brewery in Working C Order, with Dwelling-house, Stables, antl Yard; excellent position for warehouses. Also Three Cottages Elien-street, and Cottage Frederick-street. -Apply Jen- kins and Jones, Cambrian-chambers, 10, Westgate-street, Cardiff. 2047a23 FOR Sale, a good Drapery Business, in a thickly- populated mining district; established over 25 years; close to the railway station; stock, &c., will not exceed £ 1,000, to be taken by valuation.—Particulars on application to Michael Davies, Auctioneer, 1, Nolton-street, Bridgend. 65579 B,ERDARE.-To be Disposed Of, as a Going Con- A cern, the Business of Contractor, Coal Merchant, and General Haulier, successfully conducted for 40 years; good central premises, including stabling for 10 horses; siding to Taff Vale Railway and other con- veniences; ill-health the sole reason for retiring.-Apply, personally, James Rek, Gloucester-street, Aberdare. a22 FOR Disposal, a very old-established Ready Money Business; doing a reliable turnover at good profits; capable of great extension; no previous expe- rience necessary; suit capital about £80.-N 13, Weir tem Mail, Carditl. 1983819 TOBACCONIST Business for Disposal, Penarth; T good position; Al stock; good going concern; no cutting: shop can be arranged for first-class hair- dressing establishment in connection, if desired; bar- gain.—Write M 99, Western Mail, Cardiff. 1896a21 L A-NIYB YTHE R. -General Business to Let; best L position; large and new premises; outhouses; yard and garden attached; rent moderate.—Other par- ticulars apply Mrs. Davies, Maesygaer Shop, Llany- byther. 1863a20 SNUG General, as Going Concern, for Disposal; ingoing about 25. What offers? Genuine.—M 71, Western Mail, Cardiff. J737al9 FOR Disposal, in Cardiff, Grocery Business, Post- office, Bakehouse, Pony and Trap, and Bread round.—M 67, Western Mail, Cardiff; 1723a19 PRINTING, Bookselling, Stationery Business fox Sale, in thriving colliery district in Monmouthshire; plant, stock, and fixtures a bargain, for £ 350 or valua- tion good reasons for disposaL-Apply J. Morgan, Waterloo-chambers. Merthyr Tydfil. 172Gal9 CARDIFF.—Grocery and Provisions, first-class con- cern; Fish, Fruit, Vegetables; Fried Fish Bar; Bakery (fourteen sacks weekly); Drapery and Out- fitting; Dairy ar.d Milk-round (25 gallons daily); Hair- dressing Saloon; Florist,-Roach, Itotunda-buildings, Cardiff. 1710a iHfcellaneous* s ATANELLA. MEET Me at D'Arc's Waxorks. St. Mary-street, 1l1. Cardiff. Satanella, the Lady Palmist, has arrived. SA'JXVNHLLA." at D'Arc's Waxworks, holds Recep- tions Daily—2 till 5 and 7 till 10. e244 a23 IS Your Watch VTiongf Tie Best and Cheapest Shop in Cardiff for the Repair of "utchea of every description (English or Foreign) is 58. Cast I e Arcade- Itbird shop from Castle-street), by James Ki-ir (for tec years with Mr Spindion). Clocks and Music Boxes Clesied and itepaired. Miscellaneous Wants. MRS. Gorman, 13 and 15, Bridge-street, also Wynd- liam Arcade, Cardiff, Purchaser of Ladies', Gentlemen's, and Children's Wardrobes. Boots, Furni- ture, Carpets, Dress Suite, &c. Established 1863. 3213a25 WANTED. 100,000 Circular Bricks: 6ft. 6in. radiu-: T T delivered Parkend.—Price to Thomas Johnson, rrescott-street, Wigan. 2122a22 MRS. Bryant, Purchaser of All Kinds Left-off Cloth- ing. 61, < 'iistle-road. Cardiff. 2134a23 LADIES' and Gentlemen's Cast-off Clothing.—Mrs. Powell. 43, Constellation-street, Cardiff. 1940a21 WANTED, good Safe.—State size, mater, and price Davies, 45. Oxford-street, Swansea. 1949a21 MILK.—^ anted, a Few Dairies of rich, well-cooled Milk.—Apply, stating price delivered, to Newport Dairy Company, 140, Coniznereial-stregt, Newport. a20 WANTED immediately, good Improver (ir.doors) Shoeing and Genera! Work.—Daniels, Black- smith. Llandovery. 1722al9 MRS. Gorman, 13 and 15, Bridge-street, also Wvnd- ham Arcade,' Cardiff, Purchaser of Ladies', Gentlemen's. end Children's Wardrobes. Boots, Furni- ture, Carpets, Dress Suits, &c. Established 1865. 1664al8 CLOTITIXG.-Ladies', Gsntlerarn's, Children's Left- c off Clothing Bought.-Mrs. Rich, 73, Ca.-tle-road Cardiff. Best prices. Orders punctually attended to. 1648d TTPHOLSTERY Work Wanted.—Furniture, Blinds, U Mattresses, Loose Covers, Carpets, Curtains, Draperies, Houses Re-fitted.—A. G. Siuekey, 16, Nortli M< rgan-street, Canton, Cardiff v!ate Manufacturing Upsolsterer to Laierton, formerly Lewis and Lewis). postcard 1 jioalS "Jt»"RS. Green, 32, Caroline-street, Cardiff, Purchases JJp. Ladies', Gentlemen's, Children's Wardrobes; highest prices given; town or country; established 1855. 1461d LADIES' and Gentlemen's Wardrobes Bought, Towi or Country.—Orders promptly attended to by Mt or Mrs. S. Beer, 50. Caroline-street. Cardiff. Estate tished 1864. 685. LEFT.OFF CJothes.-Mrs. ltudolr, 9. Sandon-stree4 Newtown, Cardiff, Purchaser of Ladies' and Gen tit men's Wearing Appsrel. &c.-A II orders punetualll Htended to in town or country. Good prices given. 4 Miscellaneous Sales. Miscellaneous Sales. CORRUGATED Iron Building, 30 x 18, for Sale: match-boarded and felted throughout; price, <is it stands. £ 70. Also H.W. Heating Apparatus: £ 9. Can be seen, by appointment, in Cardiff.—N 52. Wes- tern Mail, Cardiff. 3204a25 Can be seen, by appointment, in Cardiff.-N 52. Wes- tern Mail, Cardiff. 5204a25 HARD Wood Blocks; state size and lowest price per ton at Penarth Town Station.—Address N 54, Western Mail, Cardiff. a5257 BABY'S daintily-embroidered Long Clothes (52 articles'; worth £ 4 10s.: unused: accept 30s.; approval.—Mrs. Wilson, Shane's Castle, Devizes. alq GOLD Watch.—Lad. needing mohey, Offers her lovely Gold Watrb: cost £ 5 15s.; never worn; pcrfect timekeeper; a-oept 38s. 6d.: approval before payment williri,-iy.-N Western Mail, Cardiff. a25 IADY Offers Silver Watch for 12s. 6d.; unsoiled: X cost, 30s.; good timekeeper: approval before pay- ment willing],N 48. esf,-rn Mail, Cardiff. 3194325 RISH Table Linen.—Lady Offers Three lovely Satin Double Damask Tablecloths, 2., yards long, and Twelve Serviettes; unused; worth £3 1Sf; will accept 30; approval before payment willingly.—Address N 43, Western Mail, Cardiff. 3195a25 PILES.—A Specialist's Wonderful Remedy; speedy, inexpensive self-cure; effects surprising; recipe, 2sD. Lloyd, 91, Cottcnhain-street. Manchester. a23 CURE for Piles.—Perfect Cure Guaranteed in most stubborn cases; post free, 2s. 9d., 4s. 6d—La Trobe, Chemist, St. Michael's-hill, BristoL 2009a29 A STROLOGY.—Future Foretold, Marriage, Chil- A dren. Changes in Circumstances, Journeys. Lega- cip. Ruling Planet, &c.—Send birth date, 12 stamps, and stamped envelope Mr. Barton, 38, Balfour-street, Leith. Edinburgh. 1958a26 WANTED, Offers for Several Hundred Tons of Firewood, composed of old temporary sleepers, boards, &c.—For furtner parficulars apply Price and Wills, Contractors' Officc, Barry Dock. 1877al6 ORKS and Spoons (Al Qualit-y).-Lady Offers 11- FORKS and Spoons SerTiee-12 each table, dessnt gumea cOlUplet Service—12 each table, d88S4>ft spoons, forks, teas: 60 pieces; accept 35S.; approval free.—Write M 83. Western Mail, Cardiff. 1771a26 ASTROLOGY.—All Important Events in Life Fore- told, Marriage, Partner Described, Children, Changes, Journeys, Legacies, &c.—Send birth-date, 12 stamps, and stamped envelope Mr. Richmond, 1, Lavina-grove, London. N. 1774al9 SWANSEA Tea and Coffee Service, every piece marked. Six Chippendale Chairs. Also Antique F ii rnitiirf,. -Pearce, 115, Queen-street, Cardiff. 1596al3 ROYAL Duchesse Satin.—For Sale, magnificent Dress Lencrth, 12 yards, rich Black Duchesse Satin; very heavy; not cut; sacrifice for 30s.; approval willingly.—Address M 7, Western Mail, Cardiff. 1379a21 WITNEY Blank-,tr,For Sale Privately, Two Pairs Real Witney Blankets; large size- excellent quality; never used; accept 21s.; approval, carriage paid one way.—Address M 6, Western Mail, Cardiff. 1578a21 fl^HE '•Trypograph'' Copying Apparatus: produces 1. thousands of copies from one handwriting or t.-pewriting.—Price list on application to Western Mail Stationery Department, Cardiff. GOOD Building and Fire Bricks Supplied in Ani Quantities and Shortest Notice.—Apply Tredezar It on una Coal Co (Ltd t. Tredegar, j <2888 COMMERCIAL Travellers' Duplicate Order Book; C each leaf carbonised (Jib black paper required); 50 forms in duplicate, with pocket-case and writing plate complete. is. 4d.; refills, 4d. each. Also Memo and Invoice Form in same sfvlp and prices.—Stationary Department. Western Mail. Cardiff HKjO THE Edison Mimeograph, the Standard Dupl* catiug Device, invented by T. A. Edison, for Duplicating Handwriting or Typewriting;-price list on application; machine to be seen at work.—Western Mail Stationery Department, Cardiff. -Duplicating Inks and Stencil Paper. Apply R MA, 65, York-road. Montpelier, Bristol MOKTTMEH'S Cough Mixture, Certain Cure for Conghs, Colds, Croup, Whooping Coughs, fcc, Sold by all Chemists. It. and So td. Der Io"la a2F63 £ airtu Agricultural Land. O Let, a Small-Farm near Cardiff; suit milkman or butcher.—Apply N 14, Western Mail Offices, Cardiff. 1987al9 Building Land. I" AND to be Let for Bmtding on Gwern-y-Mi!w» J Estate, in the Aber Valley, near the new pit* sunk by the Universal Colliery Corporation: the roads are formed and the main drains put in-For further particulars apply to Charles Taylor. R I B.A., Archi- tect and Surveyor. 78, Queen-street. Cardiff. alOll Worses, 3Libe Otork, &r. FOR Sale, a grand Tair Black Bay Cobs, 14 hands, with substance; very free and superb action; six and seven years old; quiet in single and double harness; will pass steam.—Apply John Jordan, Auctioneer, Glais, Clydach, near Swansea. 65520 SETTERS.—Kennel highly-broken Dogs for Sale cheap; free rangers, free chase; perfect command; steady, staunch fur, feather: shot. hand; excellent noses; grand dogs in finding dead and wounded game.- Herbert, Forest House, Haverfordwest. 2112a23 TWO Four-year-old Cows, with Calves; good milkers; quiet; pure Shorthorn and Cross-breed.—John, Cwmclyd, St. Clears. 2143a25 WANTED, Hire or Pui chase, Pack of Mules.— Fnll pr.rticu'ars, with price, quickly, to Lewis, Timter Merchant, Pontypridd. ]623al3 FOR Sale, nice Pair of Brown Hackneys and good IF Hunter.-Apply Llandaff Mills, near Cardiff. a21 OR. Sale, handsome Chestnut Mare, by Glengyle, IF 5 years old, 15.2 hands; broken to saddle and harness. Also Chestnut Voiding. 4 years old, 15.2i hands, by Lord Millingtor; plenty of substance; ex- cellent brougham horse.-Walter Evans, Eaglesbush, Neath. 1861a20 OR Sale, good Cob Mare, 14.1; light bay; perfectly quiet to ride and drive; four years; warranted scund: price S27.-Apply G. Rees, Cwmafel, Ltan- defeilog, Kidwelly. 1668a18 ALE. prize-bred Collie, fire months; sable. black, S white; £ 1.—Greening, Llanbaddoc, Usk. 1872a20 SALE, Lemon and White Spaniel Bitch; Llanharran strain; .shot over three seasons: close and steady worker; price, £2 2s.—Chas. James, Bute Villa, Liaiit- wit Vardre. 1692al9 PAY the Rent in Bacon.—Squire Giles's Pi* Powders Cure Colds, Wheezing, and Inflammation, and Cause Pigs to Fatten in Halt the Usual Time; Id each, or 12 for 10d. e QUInE Giles's Worm Powders for Pip, M each; 4 for Is. SQuIRE Giles's Worm Powders tor Dogs, 3d. each; 4 for Is Of all Seed Merchants or of the Sole Agents. Keraick and Son (Limited), S5. Bridgr-street, Cardiff. A52068 Carriages, harness, Set♦ -r, FOR Sale, Full-size Wagonnette, by Maythorn and Co.; convertible to a phaeton; in excellent con- dition; has been seldom used; price, £ 45.—Apply Jobn M. Randall, Glanavon, Bridgend. 2038a23 NEW Dogcart (rubber-tyred; patent seat slide), also Second-hand Dogcart for Sale.—Gage Bros., Vic- toria-street, Cardiff. 1759alS GOVERNESS Car, at low price.—Cardiff Carriage Company (Limited), 44, Frederick-street, Cardiff. 1691a19 LANDAU.—Pair-horse Landau, suit jobmaster; also L cheap Wngonette.—Fuller and Company, CORch- '•uilders. St. G'ttorge's-road. Bristol S388d 85. 9d. Buys stylish Pair of Carriage Lamps, with Tatent Lock Handles; marvellous value.—Sad- dlery Company, Alexandra-road, Swansea. 203Qa22 Typewriting taught at THE A WESTERN MAP) OFFICE CARDIFF. public Amusements* CARDIFF. THEATRE JJOYAL, CARDIFF. Lessee and Manager ROBERT REDFORD. This Evening. at 7.30, the Musical Comedy, 4 TRIP TO CHINATOWN. Next Week- Mr. George Edwardes' Company— A GREEK SLAVE. [a5235 Box Office at Theatre. Telephone._No. 3S2._ GR A -N D T H E A T RE. Lessee and Manager.Mr. Clarence Sounes. SPLENDID RECEPTION ON THE RETURN VISIT OF ONE OF THE JJRAVEST. Popular Prices and Time as usual. Box Office at Messrs. Thompson and Shackell s, 24, Queen- 6t reet. a5236 'Tis not in mortals to command success, but ■we'll do more—deserve it." THE EMPIRE. Managing Director. OSWALD STOLL. TO-NIGHT! From the Empire Theatre, Leicester-square. THE ORIGINAL BICYCLE POLO TEAM, A New and Interesting Game, which opene up a fresh field for the amusement of Cyclists and all votaries of outdoor sport. FRED HALLAM. Vocal Comedian. The Novel Eccentrics A Unique Trio! Messrs. BUNTH; RLDD. and BARNARD, In their Flights of Extravagant Buriesque, Concrete Comedy, and Versatile Doings. The Popular SISTERS JESSIE AND JOSIE PRESTON. In New Duets. THE THREE ALBIONS, Continental Musical Comedy Artistes. Miss LILLIE WILLIAMS, Voc-alist THE THREE SISTERS SLATER. A Trio of Bright and Tuneful Artis-teL j The Accomplished Burlesque Actress— Miss MILLIE HYLTON, Late of the Gaiety Theatre, London. In the Guise of the Youth of Sterner Sex., Next Week:-Miss MARIE LOFTUS. in "The Rise of the Seno"; also CHARLES BIGNELL, of "What Ho: She Bumps" Fame. Two Performances Nightly. Early One between Seven o'clock and Nine; Late One between Nine o'clock and Eleven. All the Artistes Appear at Each Performance. Box Office Open Daily (with exception of Saturdays) Eleven a.m. to Four p.m. and Seven, to Ten p.m. Saturdays. Eleven a.m. to Two p.m. Plan of Boxes. Fauteuils, and Grand Circle. No Booking Fees. Telephone No. 625. a5238 1- NEWPORT. THE E M P InR E Managing Director OSWALD STOLL. TO-IGH'l' Mlfti MINNIE CUNNINGHAM, the Dainty and Charming Singer of Pleasing Songs. Gale St. iahn and Neruda Dwight. accomplished Music-ans and Expert Dancers. The Brothers Dare, American Gymnasts. Drew and Alders. Versatile Character and Acrobatio Comedians. Mark Melford's Company in "Desperation." Miss Nelly Martell. Vocalist and Premier Dancer. Mr. J. H. Milburn, the Well-known and General Favourite. Ella. Stuart, a Charming Trapeze Artiste. a5237 LYCEUM,- -NEWPORT.. Proprietor & Manager..Mr. CLARENCE SOUNE3 TO-NIGHT at 7.30, the New and Original Drama, VOICES OF LO-NDO-N. Prices. 6d. to £ J. Is. Box Office Open Daily Ten to Four. Telephone No. 158 Nat. Next Week: AIR. W. S. PENLEY AYD CO. In "A T.ITTLE RAY OF SUNSHINE." _Matince Saturday. Sept. 3Cth, ?.t 2.30. 655S5 j$oultrp, pigeons, &r. GEESE; large, healthy birds, especially selected; in large or small lots, ta suit buyers.—Francis Walsh, Ilano-ver-streft. Cork. 2176a27 •! -kN-A,UIES.-Grand Young Yorkshire Co&s; apkn. ii C did songsters; 3L 6d. -each, two for 611.: sent i safely packed.-Harris, Strawberry House, Artm.11, Middlesex. 1953&21 OT-LTR,Y.-If you want your Birds to Pay You P write for Prices and Samples of Food to Noah Rees and Son, Hay, Corn. and Seed Merchants, Cardiff. — — iHoncin £ 250,000 to Tiend by the Provincial Union Bank in sums of £ 10 to £ 500, on Note of Hand alone, or on any other security, at a few hours' notice, to an classes in any part of the country; re-payable by easy instalments; with and without sureties; no delay. This old-established Bank does the largest business in the kingdom.—Write or call upon the Manager, Mr. Stanley Dowding, Queen-square, Bristol; or Meara. Wilkin- con and I x. 3, W orking-street, Cardiff. e7604 Sporting* U,NS Cartridges, and Sbootin.- nequisite&-XVhen GUNS, want a gbod, reliable Article, m to a Prac- you want a gOod, rpliable Article, go to a Prac- tical Firm, beware of misleading advertisements, and do not buy from firms who style themselves gunmakers, but buy from the Manufacturers. Over 50 Guns to select from. Hammer Guns, £2 lQ¡1.; a special line; r same as sold elsewhere at £3 15s. Hammerless Guns, £ 7 7s.; usual price, tlC 10s. Good Rabbit Cartridges, 6s. 100. Best Smokeless Cartridges, 9s. 6d. 100; fresh loaded on the premises. Note: My guns are manufac- tured at my Bristol Gun Factory.—Chambers, Practical Gun and Cartridge Manufacturer. Castle-street, Cardiff. Also Bristol and Shepton Mallet. a5045 CARTRIDGES.—Reliable Rabbit Cartridge, 5s. 6d. C per 100. Eley's Loading, 6s 6d. per 100; Shults, E.C., or Amberite Powder, best cases, 10s. 6d. per 100; ditto reliable quality, 8s. per 100.—Robert Bevan, Castle-street. Cardiff. a5224 CARTRIDGES, Guns, and Sporting Accessories, as C supplied by well-known makers; every gun tested and guaranteed. Note.—There are no guns made !Il Cardiff.-Bevaii, Cardiff. a5224 1 RISKING Tackle, Trout Tackle, Sea Tackle, Roach and Pike Tackle. Trout Rods. S?a Rods. Roadh Rods, Pike Rods, Minnow Gear, Artificial Flies tied locally to scit local waters. Hooks, Linos, Reels, Get Casts. Nets, all descriptions, best quality, at lowest prices for cash.—Write describing your requirements to W. H. Burrows, 66, Ccnwar-road, Cardiff. 83146 J Btcpcles, Crtcpcles, &r. ROBERT Bevan Has a Few Sunbeams and New Hudson Cycles to clear; no reasonable offeT re- fused. Also Several Second-hand Machines lehear).- 29 and 31, Castle-street, Cardm. a5223 Rare Offer.—Several £ 10 10s. Ladies' and G^hts.* Bicycles; Clipper tyres; slightly shop-soiled; sell at great sacrifice cash or easy terms; machines sent on approval, and are fully guaranteed.—Apply Nearest Agent, or direct to Wearwell Cycle Company, Swan- sea. 1950a21 C"\ENTACRS.—24 years' reputation. Celebrated nil! j climbers. Ridden by the leading experts Few slightly shop soiled; special price.-W. Kitchin, 181, Bute-road, Cardiff. a4450 3 Cushions, 50s. each; 4 Pneumatics, 90s. each. Casti only.—Morris Bros., Cycle Works, PontypridL Repairs, Enamelling, and Plating nromptlj S5145 ONE Guinea per Month.—Lady's or Gent's, to order; guaranteed twelve months.—Morris Bras., Cycls and Motor Car Works, Pontypridd. 85146 pHIL pHILLIPS, 24, ST. 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