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BIRTHS, MARRIAGES, DEATHS, AND IN MEMORIAM. iCofices appearing under these headings are charged at the following rates:- If inserted in the "EVENING EXPRESS," "WES- TERN MAIL," and "WEEKLY MAIL," 3s. for oO Words and Id. for each Additional Word. U inserted in the "EVENIXG EXPRESS" and "WEEKLY MAIL" only, Is. for 30 Words and Id. for every Two Extra Words. No notices of this description will be inserted unless "authenticated by the name and address of the ,sender. Telegrams or telephonic messages cannot be acted on until confirmed in writing. BIRTHS MARRIAGES & DEATHS. DEATH. JSYAN.—On Monday, June 9th, after a long and pain- ful illness.- Herbert Barry (Bertie) Hvan, aged 18, youngest and dearly-beloved son of the late Richard Barrv and E. Evan. Funeral Thursday, leaving house at 10.30 a.m. for St. German's Church; interment at new cemetery. R.I.P. PUBLIC AMUSEMENTS. CARDIFF. THEATRE ROYAL, CARDIFF. T H -tA) Leosoe and Manager ROB EST BEDFORD. TO-NIGHT, at 7.30, THE "SUCCESSFUL NEW PLAY, HE JJICH AND pOOR OF DO T ONDON. 2iext Week: Tlti,, PRIVATE SECRETARY." Box Office at Theatre 10 to 5. Nat. Tel. 362. a14061 QRAN D rjl H E A T It E Lessee and Manager .EDWARD QUIGLEY. TO-NIGHT. AT 7.30. THE STREETS OF T ON DON. A X-J c301014 Ptis not in mortals to command success, but we'll do more-deserve it."—Addison. THE CARDIFF EMPIRE, QUEEN-STREET. Managing Director OSWALD STOLL. TO-NIGHT. Speaking Likenesses of Famous People, pre- sented by the Inimitable LUDWIG A MANN, 'Whose Mastership of his Difficult Art has rendered his Performance a Wonderful Revelation of Artistic Finish. An Interesting Comparison of Great Men of Various Types-A Startling Study of Coun- terfeits and Disguises. THE VERNON TROUPE, A Xylophone Band of Singing and Dancing Members. DUNNING'S PUPPETS! Vbt) keep Dunning's Hands, Feet, and Many Voices Busy. The Nim blest Lady Alive! LILY LANGTRY, A Bright. Sparkling Artiste Hugely Welcome Always. Laughter Stimulates the Circulation, and Laughter is Stimulated by the SISTERS PHILLIPS And BROS. LORENZI, BONNY LASSES. MERRY ANDREWS. In Airy, Joyful. Frisky Comicalities. FUNNY GEORGE FORMBY, An Odd Fellow. KAHN AND KAHN, In Pleasing Parlour Magic. GLADYS MAVIUS, Vocalist. The Maddest Thing in Juggling Ever Seen! Z A R M O Who gets annoyed when he can't do kis Tricks. Bicycles Stored Free of Charge. Two Performances Nightly. Early One between 7 o'clock and 9; Late One between 9 o'clock and 11. Box Office open daily (with exception of Saturdays) 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. and 7 to 10 p.m. Saturdays 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Pkul of Grand Circle. -Sfo Booking Fees. L18863 NEWPORT. rriHE NEWPORT EMPIRE, X CHARLES-STREET. Managing Director OSWALD STOLL. TO-NIGHT. Bioscope Pictures of the FUNERAL OF CECIL RHODES. THE HU LINES. SISTERS MAC ARTE. CLIFFE BERZAC, THE W HEELERS. MONA and GLADYS WELLS. GEO. BELROSE and MAUDE DE VELIN. FLORENCE VIVIEN, MAJOR DOYLE. HORNE BROS. TROUPE, whose comic Pugilism and stagecraft simply delight their aadiences. L18864 Lye E U lH, NT E W TO R T. Proprietor & Manager.Mr. CLARENCE SOUNES TO-NIGHT, at 7.30, THE GREAT SPECTACULAR PLAY. Ä NOBLE B ROTHER. FRIGHT MUSIC. THRILLING PLOT. Booking Office Open Ten to Ten. 79950 HOTELS AND HYDROS. CARDIFF. NOTICE. VISITORS TO JJOATH pAHK Will find Good Accommodation at FAIR OAK CAFE, TRAM TERMINUS, ROATH PARft. SPACIOUS TEA AND COFFEE ROOMS. GOOD STABLING AND STORAGE FOR VEHICLES AND CYCLES. SPECIAL TERMS FOR LARGE PARTIES. Apply H. HILBORNE. NOTE.—Twenty Yards from Tram Terminus. Open Every Day from Eight a.m. to Ten p.m. al3932 PUBLIC NOTICES. C 0 R O N A T 10 N". fro DISTRICT COUNCILS. CLUB SECRE- TARIES. AND OTHERS. -r- FOR FIREWORKS AND TORCHLIGHTS, In Large or Small Quantities, send to RICHARDSON & CO., Decorators & Illuminators & Tent Contractors, ROYAL ARCADE-CHAMBERS. ST. MARY- STREET CARDIFF. Temporary Premisea-55. ST. MARY-STRERT (Nearly Opposite Western Mail Offices.) Royal Arms, Crowns. Plumes, Shields, Flags, Illumination Lamps, Lights, and Lanterns for t'ale or Hire. c 10100 SHIPPING NOTICE. SOUTH AFRICA. REDUCED FARES-Xio 10s. Permits and Tickets from Government Licensed Agenta. DAVIES, 48. Charles-atreet, Cardiff. Nat. Tel.. 01384. e9900 T^TOW JJEADY. FIRST QUARTERLY PART OF QAMBRIAN NOTES & QUERIES. ANTIQUARIAN,. TOPOGRAPHICAL, AND CURIOUS. WITH MANY PORTRAITS AND ILLUSTRATIONS. The Matter contained in this Quarterly is for the rront part re-printed from the "Weekly Mail," and is of permanent interest and value to all connected with the Principality. Post free, 9d. Annnal Subscription, 2a. 6d. To avoid disappointment, order at once of the WESTERN jjfAlL L IMITED, £ JARDIFF. E YESIGIITTEST1N G ROOMS. PARK-PLACE, CARDIFF (Opposite Park Hotel Entrance). SCIENTIFIC "OiONNER T&f'OIlGAN, TESTING JC» i»A By F.S.M.C. (Lond.). QUALIFIED OPHTHALMIC OPTICIAN, OPTICIANS Will be Glad to Advise. WITH- ONLY. OUT CHARGE, in all Matters Relating to Defective Eyesight OPTICIANS Will be Glad to Advise. WITH- ONLY. OUT CHARGE, in all Matters —— Relating to Defective Eyesight Hours: and the Wearing of Spectacles. S-je to 7. elm PAGE 4 TO-DAY. BUSINESS ADDRESSES. CROSS BROS., THE CARDIFF IRONMONGERS, 3 AND 49 ST. MAilY STREET- COMPETITION PARCEL of CUTLERY 36 ARTICLES 15¿- POST PAID. B TABLE KNIVES J DESSERT FORKS DESSERT KNIVES fa DESSEET KPOONS TABLE FORKS EJ i'EA SPuONS Or 3 of each for 7s. 6d. or 4 of each for 10s. MONEY RETURNED IF NOT APPROVED OF. el008 LOOKOUT! LOOK OUTT LOOKOUT! fp H E N E W JJ U K 1 N S-S Will shortly he OPENED by the THE BRITISH CASH TEA Co. I (OF LONDON), WHOLESALE TEA AND COFFEE MERCHANTS, 57 58, C0MMERCJAL ROAD, (ABOUT TO BE RE-BUILT). "NEWPORT. E10070_ OOTb t'le motto adopted and V" w v/ S7 carried out in our suc- cessful and constantly- increasing Boot Business. The selections of lines for JL k5 this summer have been made with increased care, and the result is, we TTjn A ~b believe, the best aseort- j J~l. gHj | ment of good Boots and 9 Shot's in the district. LADIES' HIGH-GRADE Glace Kid. Box Calf. And Patent Leather WALKING snOES. 5/11, 1¡6, 8[11, 10/6, 13/6. LADIES' HIGH-CLASS WALKING BOOTS, Button and Lace, in Glace Kid and Box Calf. 7/11, 8/11, 10/6, 13/6, 16/6, 20/ GIRLS' SCHOOL BOOTS, very Durable and Stylish, in Glace Kid and Box Calf. 3/6, 4/6, 5/6, 6/6, 8/6, 10/6. BOYLE & CO., 2, HIGH STREET 17, CHURCH-STREET, 10. CHURCH-STREET, 28. ST. MAEY-STEEET, And Bran ehes, CARDIFF. e9851-2 SUNSEARAIN SERGE (Regd.) II SUNSEARAIN SERGE (Regd.) SUNSEARAIN SERGE (Regd.) Warranted to stand the SUN, SEA. OR RAIN. SUIT TO MEASURE, 55S. SOLE AGENTS: STEWART & STEWART THE CASH TAILORS, 27, CASTLE A ROADE, CARDIFF. BEWARE OF IMITATIONS. w8%9 IX CORONATION. X FRED. MOHGAN AND CO., MILL -LANE, CARDIFF, Have the Largest Stock Outside London of FLAGS, DECORATIONS, ILLUMINATIONS. ROYAL ARMS. CROWNS, PLUMES. SHIELDS, GARLANDS, FESTOONS, DRAPERIES. ILLUMINATIONS, LANTERNS. LAMPS. &c. Price Lists on Application. Tents and Marquees for all purposes for Sale or Hire. Unique Garden and Japanese Umbrella Tents. Temporary Awnings for Covering Paths, &c., erected on the Shortest Notice. SUN BLINDS OF EVERY DESCRIPTION. Speciality Spring Shop Sun Blinds. and Florentine House Blinds. I Tarpaulins. Horse. Cart, Rick Covers, Harness, &0. Repairs in Every Department. Branch: GLEBE-STREET. PBNARTH. Nat. Telephone: 326 Cardiff; 101 Penarth. Telegrams: "Tarpaulins. Cardiff." al3313 ANNUAL SHOW", 38 AND 41, QUEEN gTREET. SPRING, 1902. THE CORONATION SUITE, IN HONOUR OF THE KING. CALL OR SEND FOR A DESIGN. Dining. Drawing. Bedroom. Dining. Drawing. Bedroom. Dining. Drawing, Bedroom. 300 IN STOCK TO SELECT FROM. Carpets. Curtains. Linoleums. Carpets. Curtains. Linoleums. Carpets. Curtains. Linoleums. MILES READY TO LAY ON YOUR FLOORS. AN EXHIBITION FREE OF CHARGE. Furniture Re-upholstered. Bedding Re-made. P. E. GANE THE ART FURNISHER, 38 and 41. QUEEN-STREET, CARDIFF. PIANOS p By All Leading Makers, including EICHD. LIPP and SOlIN. STUTTGART (Sole Agency), ERINSMEAD, COLLARD, CRAMER, Ac. ORGAN S By MASON and HAMLIN, WEAVER (Sole Agency), FARRAND (Sole Agency). Also SOLE AGENTS for the CECILIAN PIANO SELF-PLAYER, The most perfect yet introduced. Our Registered Model Pianos, including the FAMOUS "COLLEGE" MODEL, For F,16 16s. prompt ca-eli. Full Illustrated Lists Free. Caeh and Hire Purchase Terms. DALE, FORTY, AND CO., HIGH-STREET. CARDIFF. Also at Cheltenham. Birmingham, Ac., &0. Nat. Tele. 1103. f;9141 For HORTON'S For e,; '1-'N A L Females ORIGINAL Females only. BENEDICT PILLS. only. The Proprietor has received thousands of testimonials from all part". Females of all ages should 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. ljd. and 2s. 9d. Sent Post Free, under cover 2d. extra, direct by the proprietor, G. D. Horton (late Chief Dispenser from the Birmingham General and Lying-in Hospital), 63, Aston-road. North Bir- mingnam. Agents: -Cardiff: R. Mumford, Chemist. Ac., Meteor-street, Splotlands. Mer- thyr: Willis, Chemist, Georgetown. Swansea: Lloyd. Chemist. Oxford street. Newport: Young. Chemist. nigh-street. Cannot be had from other Chemists. N.B.—None genuine unleeo bearing "G. D. Horton" in red across • each label. Letters answered free. eto. I OARIEL, MAESTE6, AND THE REV. WM. RICE BOWEN. I — I — [ PREPAID SCALE. 'I Small Prepaid Advertisements are inserted in the -1 EVENING EXPRESS" at the following rates:— oacE |Tt!KKEi six TUCKS, T1MF.S. _-1- S. D. S. D. S: D. I 12 words or less 0 3 0 6 0 9 13 to 19 words. 0 5 0 10 1 3 20 to 26 words. 0 7 1 2 1 9 E wordsXtra 7 0 2 0 4 0 6 OOMHINTD SCALE for Small Prepaid Adver- I tisements ill the" WESTEHN MAIL" and "EVENING EXPRESS WORDS. ONCE. SIX TIMKS. TIMES. -1- s D. s. D. S. D. 12 or less 0 8 I 4 2 0 13 to 19 1 0 12 0 3 0 20 to 26 1 4 2 8 4 0 words 0 4 | 0 8 10 Each extra 7 n „ i In all cases the namo and address are oounted as part of the advertisement. LOST AND FOUND. }7K>T7XD. a ej Bank of hrot land Note, Purses, JT nmhrelja.s. and 4 rubber VV;«rr Bottles.—Apply Hea<i-ooD«»ahle-r. Office. Cardiff.. f'312011 MEDICAL. PATIENTS received in good heme: every comfort; _L cooking, attendance.—7, North cote-street, Cardiff. e?91ol3 -22nr- SCHOLASTIC. DRESSMAKING Wessons (scientific: bodice patterns", drafted measurement.—Particulars 31, Llan- bleddlan-ffardens, Cardiff e328ol6 rPH0,U0UGH and rapid preparation bv qualified JL Tutors for all Civil Service and Professional Examinations; a few boarders received.—Apply Secrc- tary. Skerry's College, 24. Trinity-street, Cardiff. 1'248012 WHY not become a Government Clerk? Hundred;, of vacancies annually; short hours: salary, £ 70 to F-450, increasing yearly; day, evening, and correspon- dence classes; rapid tuition; nearly 10,000 successes; many from Cardiff and district.—Skerry's Civil Service College, 24, Trinity-street, Cardiff. 1'249012 DOMESTIC SERVANTS. W'ANTED, good General Servant.—Apply J1rs. Davies. Tea Caddy. Cilfynydd. e344ol2 HOUSEMAID wanted for large business home; aied J'l 23-24; wages. £ 16.—Apply, with reference, House- keeper, 50, V/ine-street, Bristol. e333016 WANTED, a Cook-General.—Apply Mrs. England, 7, Marine-parade. Penarth. e323ol6 GIRL <17) to sew and attend to 4 children (5 to 11): must be Welsh-speaking, healthy, and have highest references.—4, Oak Drive, Fallowficld, Manchester. e287013 WANTED, Nurse, one baby; comfortable home; V f experienced needlewoman: good character.— Apply N 3. Evening Express, Cardiff. e314cll WANTED, a young Servant; country prof erred; willing; small family: excellent borne.—Particu- lars to Mrs. Thomas, 14, North-street. Kerndale. e285010 WANTED, useful Maid, with thorough knowledge of dressmaking.—Beply, stating particulars, to Lady Lewis, Aberdare. e296ol3 DISENGAGED.—Good Servant requires situation as general or kitchenmaid in small family.—Apply 58. Adam-street, Cardiff e294ol3 WANTED, good Cook-General; also House-Parlour- maid references.—Holmes, Tredelerch, Ruraney- bill. Cardiff. c293olo WANTED, Cook-General at once: house-parlourmaid —Apply 44, Park-place, Cardiff. e2S2ol3 TTfTANTED. Cooic-General.—The Voluntary Hospital, Dock.. e306ol4 i "\7fTANTED, General; aged 22; good references.— W Apply Grigson, 118, Cathedral-road, Cardiff. •283014 EXPERIENCED Cook-General M'anted at once; small family.—Apply, stating wages, Torrington, Porth- cawl. el52oll DOMESTIC.—Wanted, tidv, respectable Girl; about 15.—Apply 12, Dumfries-place, Cardiff. eC70o1C EXPERIENCED General required for family of 3; no children; good reference necessary; aged from 20. —52, Clive-alacc, Penarth. e267ol2 WANTED, General; Penarth: 2 in family; no •ash- Vt ing; wages, jei8 to £ 20.—M 58. Evening Express, Cardiff. e2.47012 WANTED, young Under General Servant, to assist. —Apply, batween 5 and 7 (evenings), 45, Ninian- Toad, Roath Park, Cardiff. e10089 ^or Llasdrindod Convalescent Home, good Cook.—Apply M 31, Evening Express. Car- diff. e208010 WANTED. a good House-Parlourmaid.—Apply Housekeeper, Grove House, Richmond-crescent, Cardiff. e212ol0 WANTED at once, good Plain Cook; kitchenmaid taking first place not objected to; good wages; assistance given; excellent references required.—Reply M 24. Evening Express, Cardiff. e204010 WANTED, strong, clean Girl, about 18, general b&kinsf and cooking under elderly cook; house- parlourmaid kept; £ 10, with risc.-M 77, Evening Express, Cardiff. e278ol3 TT7"ANTED, Groom-C'oachinan, and to milk one cow: VV 6d., without cottage.—Apply, stating age and experience, D. W. Jones, Galon Dehar. Merthyr Tydfil. e276ol0 "TXT AN TED immediately, Cook-fteneral; 2 in family; V V easy place: good wages.—Apply Mrs. Wilkie, C'ottenham Park-road, Wimbledon. e274nl0 "rirrANTED, for country-. Lady Heip. over 25; servant Vv kept; no children: farmer's daughter preferred.— Apply M 54, Evening Express, Cardiff. e242oll H0TEL~SERVANTS^ WANTED immediately, Barmaid; used to quick col- liery trade; must have good references.—Olive, Cilfvnvdd Hotel, Cilfynydd. e345ol2 XPERIENCED P»armaid ~wante<l; good references -1 required.—Apply n. Wilshire. Cambrian Hotel, SI. Mary-street, Cardiff. e313oll ANTED, respectable Barmaid; colliery district; V\' also Cook-General; references.—Commercial HNcl, Treiharrie. e340ol6 HOTEL SERVANTS, Continued. (two) wanted at oiice.-Ap ally. Bertram Hotel, Broadway, Cardiff. e275010 BARMAIDS (two) wanted at once.—Apply, person- BARMEN Disengaged.—Several sober, experienced Men, with good references, disengaged.—Davies's Registry. WAITERS.—Seven temporary Men wanted for 11th,- 7s. 6d. inclusive.—Davies's Registry. V" 7s. 6d. mclu3Ive.D. les" Registry. BOOTS.—-Several vacancies for seaside and perma- nent rare chances.—Davies's Registry. BUILDING Trades.—Numbers of Men wanted for :) Natal; fare £ 10 105.- Da.ies's Registry. BARMAIDS, Waitresses-.—Now is the time; some good vacancies going.—Davies's Registry. GOKS. COOKS. Kitchenmaid?. Generals, House-Parlourmaids. Coachmen, Gardeners, Registry, 48, Charles-street, Cardiff. eS899 MISCELLANEOUS SITUATIONS. BAKERS.—Wanted, an Improver, over 13, for night work.—G. E. Dsvies, Confectioner, Bridgend. c:>O;;o11. BAKERS.—Vacancies for Bread and Cake Hands; good wages paid experienced men.—Apply D. Jones, Dickinson, and Co. (Ltd.). Dowlais. e341012 OOT Junior for the gent's BOOT Trade.—Smart Junior wanted for the gent's -> dq)artmeut.Apply Manager, Brightmans, 10, Duke-street. Cardiff. e;).38012 BUTCHERS.—Young Man, also smart Lad. Avar.ted used to trade: must have good references.— Sensicie, 83, Albany-road. Cardiff. e321oll Sensicie, 83, Albany-road. l'ardilL e321011 CIOMPOSITOR—Wanted immediately, good general Jobbing Hand.—Apply Manager, Express, Brecon. ()265012 DRESSMAKERS.—Bodice and Skirt Hands; also Apprentices.—Apply 12, Dumfries-place, Cardiff. e271.UO GROCERY.—Wanted, smart Improver or Junior; to deliver and assist generally.—Full particulars first letter M 84. Evening Express. Cardiff. c297ol0 GROCERY and Provisions.—Smart. experienced Salesman immediately; highest references.—Lip- tons Limited, Newport. e300oll GROCERY, Provisions.—Smart, willing Junior or Improver wanted. Also Apprentice.—Collins, Brecon.07011 OOD Beds for servants, and situations found.— T Booth. 14, Green-street, Cardiff. c311o'.4 EXPERIENCED Office Boy required immediately in colliery office at Cardiff Docks.—M 21, Evening Express, Cardiff. e201ol0 GROCERY.—Wanted, smart Junior; deliver occa- sionally indoor.—State full particulars Hall, Abertillery. e277ol0 HAIRDRESSER wanted. Also Improver; chance to learn board work. — Jenkins, Park-street, Llanelly. CW8016 LOCOMOTIVE Turners. Filters, Boilermakers, Por- ters, and Railwaytnen of all grades v. anted; non- Unionists: can be registered free of charge.-Frec Labour-hall, Mill-lane, Cardiff. e3')4016 LAUNDRY.—Wanted, Finery Ironers: also Calandar Hands, and .Girl accustomed to body ironing machine.—Apply Manageress, Roath Sanitary Steam Laundry, Marlborough-road, Roath Park. e322014 MASONS and Bricklayers.—Wanted, 6 good Brick- layers and Masons; also good Foreman Mason: lll. layers and Masons; also good Foreman Mason: must understand plans; experienced.—Saxon, Aber- sychan. e5.34016 OUTFITTING, Gent's Mercery.—Wanted at once, young Man, 5-6 years' experience.—Apply, full particulars, Jbhn Williams, Manchester House. Pen- rhiweeiber. e502014 CIADDLER wants situation at colliery; good rll-round tO. band; can straw and line collars: 16 years' expe- rienee.—N 12, Evening Express, C^PLENDID Opportunity.—A few trustworthy Men of □ active habits required for first-class agency appointments; previous experience not essential.— Address Valuable, M 69, Evening Kxpress, Cardiff. elO097 ANTED, indoor Nlan,er,*z,.nt; WANTED, young single-handed indoor Manservant; no livery; must hale excedent references.—Reply, stating wages, &c., to M 25, Evening Express, Cardiff. e203010 WANTED at once, practical Man for narket gar- den; constant: abstainer.—Cruise, Cadoxton. e:>:52016 WANTED, a Gardener; thoroughly experienced in all branches: good wages to capable man; under gardener kept.—Apply E. Jones, Snalchwood Park, I'ontvpool. e308011 WANTED, a respectable Man and Wife, without family, as caretakers of a gentleman's furnished country residence; good references required.—Apply Messrs. E. David and David, 27, High-street, Cardiff. e213ol0 country residence; good references required.-Apply Messrs. E. David and David, 27, High-street, Cardiff. e213ol0 WANTED, smart Apprentices for stationery and -W fancy goods.—33. Queen-street, Cardiff. e210ol0 OU-NG Man (20) situation; look after YOUNG Man (20) seeks situation; look after cows, boots, knive3; fill time garden.-Ledbury, New House, Llanishen, Cardiff. e239011 OTTNG *4an seeks situation as YOUNG Man seeks situation as timekeeper, chock- weigher, or any place of trust; highest references. M 30, Evening Express. Cardiff. e193010 Weekly.—Spare time employment everywhere » ) offered either sex (who can write).—Send addressed envelope F. Lewis (Dept. C), 11, Pickering-place, London, W. e10093 92s. 6d. V. eeklv.—A salary of 7s 6d. to 22s. 6d. offered to cither sex (who can write) for their spare moments; work may be done e'-E>Uinçs.-J"Htieulars tree to anyone sending addressed envelope to -It. Tmstcott end Co.. ia. U\"ndowíf. Torquay. c317016 PREMISES. MESSRS. S. HERN AND PERT WEE, AUCTIONEERS, VALUERS. 1".1. AUCTIONEERS, VALUERS. SURVEYORS, HOUSE, AND ESTATE AGENTS. For List of Business Premises and Houses to be Let or Sold see "Western Mail" daily. Printed Register free. Offices, 93, St. Mary-street, Cardiff. Established 1849. e9780 A DVERTISER will purchase small Warehouse, Splot- J\_ lands, Cardiff.—L., Evening Express, Merthyr. c304oll ABERDARE.— House to let '25th inst.; pleasantly situated.—Apply Bute Villa. Aberdare. e25Eol2 4 l'PLY to J. T. Saunders, Auctioneer and Estate AAgelit, 29, St. Mary-street. Cardiff, for following properties to let: Daisy-street, 5s.: 78, Salt mead-road, 6s. 43, Wyndham-crescent, lCs. 29, Tudor-road, J7s.. Ac. e9944 CARDIFF.—To let, 4, Newport-road (opposite Uni- versity College).'—Apply Occupier. e.21iol0 ]7lOR sale, St. Radigund's, Radvr, charming Country J Residence; delightfully situated, standing in its own grounds of about 2 acres; close to T.V.R. Station, and within 5 miles of Cardiff; house contains 3 recep- tion-rooms, large hall, 7 bedrooms. 2 bathrooms, w.c.'p, kitchens, larder, and flower gardens; stables, coach- houses, &c.; also coachman's cottage; additional land at a merely nominal rent could be obtained if required. —Apply Mr. Tregerthcn Dunn. 27, Mount t'tuart-sQmH!>, Cardiff. e2jjoi4 PREMISES, Continued. HOUSE to let in Colua-road; good accommodation: low rental.—Apply Jjelwyn Da vies. City-chambers. 47, Queen-street, Cardiff. e305cl4 LLANGATTOCK. Brejionshire.—Brookwood pfouse. L leasehold, with Ti;■ siigV 3 acres excellent meadow land; dining-room (largo), roomy bedrooms: 2 kitchens, &c.; water plentiful.—Daffies, Solicitor, Crickhowell. (,LOIn!) OFFICE to let.: best? position in Hannah-street, Porth.—Apply WiHiajtus, The Star, Forth. el97ol0 "J3ORTHCAWL.—To iet.cjtomfortably furnished House: jL 16 to end July j moderate terms.—N 9, Even- ing Express, Cardiff. c331012 PONTYPRIDD.—To lot7 House and-Shop near Taff -P Vale Railway Statifln— Apply Mrs. Miles. New Inn Hotel, Pontypridd, e309ol4 QUEEN-street or St. Jtar\strect, ground floor Pre- mises wanted, 30ft. fej* 100ft.: street frontage not essential: good wide cnti £ aco indispensable; moderate rental, or good invcstmoJt entertained.—William San- ders and Sous, 28, St. Maify-s1 reet, Cardiff. e330ol5 OOIITHEKSDOWS..—Ti^ let, furnished, for any por- O tioa of June, Aiaiist, September, comfortable House: 3 sitting-roomsp 6 bedrooms; garden and stables.—For terms. N o.^Vestern Mail, Cardiff. 1'327016 TO be let, Furnished ^gous-e or Apartments: good size-; facing sea; 4-Wninutes* walk to the beach and station; hot and cold bath, piauo. horse and trap, bathing, boating; good hiding.—Apply Mrs. Nicholson, 3, JJryn-terrace, Criecieth* North Wales. e346ol0 TOBACCONIST, Hairdresser, See.; main thorough- T fare; low rent.-Apply 121. Woodv ille-road, Cathays, Cardiff. e342olo rp6 Let, 20, Pumhroke-tettace, Cardiff; centre of town. JL —Apply W. Jones, 202, Newport-road. el002d USK (near).—To let, Wood Farm: very prettily situated, with comfortable cottage and building land, about 37 acres.—Atjsins, Land Agent, Newport, Mon. WANTED, neighbourtjoofe Swansea, Cottage, wfth few acres good lajijPsuitc.ble for market garden.— Particulars Jenning?, Oa|fh'Ood-h)]l, Oakley, Surrey. I e273ol0 WANTED to rent, wjfaclied Cottage: within easy- distance of Cardiff; ijent about £ 25.—N 5, Evening Express, Cardiff. e313012 WORTH Reading—At^interesting and fully illus- trated article dealltg with the Saving of Rent will be sent post free onSeceipt of post-card (mention- ing this papen to the Anager, 72. Bishopsgate-street Without, London. E.C. » will only cost you a half- penny to write for it. aid it may be the mean? of saving you many pounds4 el0096 rr Park-terrace, i'enbUR facing Llandaff Fields and ( 1 011 'bus route; eapifel family residence; £ 32 in- clusive.—Apply A. H. JDutton, 122, Llandaff-road, Cardiff. } e2iM)olO 11, The Green, LTandafjf; large family residence: 3 rcception-rocms, 6 j £ od rooms upstairs; all usual modern conveniences; lalge garden; back entrance; key at 13. Hool-y-pa\ inj^Appiy H- Dutton, 122, Llandaff-road. cl990lG APARJMENTS^ A J'A RTMENTS for geiHleuian; every convenience.— A47, Talworth-street. Castle-road, Roath, Cardiff. ARRY Island.—Comfortable, *»"*is'betl ApartmentF; facing sea; moderate terms.—Hinds, Royal Res- taurant. 1'232011 COMFORTABLE. Furn c-d Apartriaents near town, I C every convenience, tp leLt-91, Penarth-road, Car- diff. J e310ol4 COMFORTABLE Lodgfcgs (suit elderly lady), with I single 1TMItST-class Apartmcnt^r with or without board; close town.—9. Park-place. Cardiff. e335ol6 ENTLEMAN wisVies "Jomfortablc Rooms or Board- residence in,Roath district; good cooking.—Apply M 75. Evening Express, Cardiff- c280ol0 I"LFRAciOMBi^.—Furnished"Apartments to let; 2 sit- ting, 3 lied rooms; jiano: bath: quiet situation; ting, 3 lied rooms; jiano: hath: quiet situation; terms very moderate.—3trs. Riecheu, Hcpeviile, St. Branock's Park. > e?.07010 L"lANSTEPHaN.—To" let, 2 furnished Front Sitting- rooms and Bedrooms; piano: garden; quPt posi- tion.—Mrs. Thomas, Hopyard Cottage, Llanstephan. e3»3ol6 Boarding-house. 1, The lYI- Avenue; within 3 iinutes' walk of sea front; pleasant lawn; every aime comfort; liberal table. Apartments. Meliorate- -iSClusive- terms.—Appl.- Mana- geress. e966d TJORTHCAWL—Apartments facing sea; large rooms; moderate terms; good a.t1,endance.- David, Ty-Draw. e858d NFURNISHED Apartment-q. respertalile, to let,. UNFURNISHED Apartments, respectable, to let: centre of town.-M 52, Evening Express, Cardiff. e238oll WELL-iurnished Apartments; terms moaer.n-.— 102. Nc.vport-road, Cardiff. e319ol4 WANTED, with homely people, by respectable young lady and gentleman, 2 Furnished Bed- rooms (willing to share sitting-room with famil)." in Minehead or Clevedon, from June 30th to July 12th: terms moderate.—State full particulars M 50. Evening Express, Cardiff. e207011 BICYCLES, Ac. SAFETY, nearly new, cheap; home 5 to 7.—Angle, k 19. Plaiitagenet.-strect, Cardiff. e315ol4 EUDGE-Whitworth Lady's Bicycle, 1902; latest im- provements: free wheel. 2 brakes; unused; sacri- fice £ 9 15s.—Venn Court-road. Barry. e326ol6 GENT'S Daisy; equal new; cheap lor cash.—Seen 2, Oxford-lane, Cardiff c329ol0 ROBERT Bevan can supply you with a Star Cycle, fitted with free wheel, 2 brakes, high-grade tyres, for £ 9 8s., or monthly payments of 13s. Cd. e9761 ROBERT Bevan can supply you with a Star Cycle for £ S 10s., or in monthly payments of 12s.; guaranteed for 2 years. e9761 ROBERT Bevan can build you a Majestic Road Ractr. fitted with Dunlop tyres, plated rims, beau- I tifully lined silwr, for £11 lis. E. Burgess won all his heats and a first and third prize on his Majestic I in the Sophia Gardens on Whit Monc"»y. e9761 ROBERT Bevan has a large numwj of really good second-hand Cycles from 92 10s.; also a number of slightly shop-soiled Cycles to clear cheap.—Only IJOBERT Bevan can supply you with a luxurious \j Swift Cycle, with free wheel, plated rim, and 2 brakes, for £10 10s., or 12 monthly payrn£>nt,>p9761 ROBERT Bevan can supply you with a new Hudson Cycle, with free wheel, front rim brake, Epwden brake, Dunlop tyrrs. and plated rims, for £10 10s., or 12 monthlv payments. e9761 A Lady's Standard Kudge-Whitwortn Bicycle, suitable for a short rider. Clipper Reflex tyres, shop soiled only; fully guaranteed, as usual; £ 8 17s. 6d.; free wheel fitted at very slight extra charge.— Rudge-Whit- only; fully guaranteed, as usual; £8 17s. 6d.; free wheel fitted at very slight extra charge.— Rudge-Whit- worth (Ltd.), 106. St. Mary-street, Cardiff. el0061 A .Lady's Standaid Kudge-Whitworth, medium size frame, suitable for a fairly tall rider. Clipper Reflex tyres fitted, siiop soiled only; fully guaranteed; £3 17s. Ed., free wheel fitted at slight extra charge.—Rudge- Whitworth (Ltd.), 108, st. Mary-street, Cardiff. el0061 BICYCLES, Continued. A L.\dj's 1831 Special Budge-Whitworth. medium size frame: also one suitable for tall rider: shop soiled only; fully guaranteed; usual price £ 15 15s., to clear £ 12 12s.—Rudfe-Whitworth (Ltd. 108, St. Mary-st., Cardiff. elOCSl elOCSl A few Ladié7-Special Eudje-Whitworth Cycles, shop soiled only. fitted with or without free wheels and rim brakes; usual price £ 15 155.: must be cleared; every part fully guaranteed, as usual; sacrifice at £13 10s.— Rudgs-Whitworth (Ltd.), 10t, Si. Mary-st., Cardiff. el0061 AGent.'s Special Rndpe-Whilworth. lu-V. roadster, medium size irar.it-, enamelled black, lined gold, weight 27¡b.. shop soiled only: fully guaranteed; plated wheels fitted and front rim brakes: £12 12s.-Ruage- Whitworth (Ltd.), 103, St. Mary-street. Cardiff. el0061 -A- few good Second-hand Bicycles are on Sale at ex- ceptionally low prices; room wetted for our 1302 machines; ail second-hand machines are thoroughly repaired and overhauled before being sold: various makes on sale, including Rudge-Wiiitworths, Swifts, Quadrants. New Hudsons, &c., &c. prices very low to clear; call and inspect.—Rudge-Whitworih 103, St. Mary-street, Cardiff. e10061 AGent.'s Special 1901 roadster, fitted with free wheel and rim brakes, shop soiled only: fully guaran- teed: usual price £ 15 15s., sacrifice £ 12 12s.—Eudge- Whitworth (Ltd. 10J, St. Mary-street, Cardiff. el0061 OLD Cycles taken in part payment for the latest 1902 Special Rudge-W Li itworths; Ladies' Cycles a speciality; the fastest Path Racers made; speed men should inspect and try our Special No. 25, with short head and 2Sin. wheels, as ridden iy A. S. Ingram, the Polytechnic crack, and other famous riders. Lists free. -Rudge-Whitworth (Ltd.), log, St. Mary-st., Cardiff. C10061 iT^OR disposal, Gent's Safety Coventry, "ree wheel, rim brake, silver-plated Westwood rims, genuine A.B. Velox tyres. 1902, guaranteed; costly machine; quite new; not soiled: sacrifice £5 105. lowest; will send on approval; genuine bargain.—K Gill, Waverley Villa. Beach-road. Weston-super-Mare. el5d A hir-n-grade Quadrant Cycle can be obtained for -A- £ 10 10s. cash, or 12 monthly payments of 21* no hire agreement to be signed; the machine becomes abso- lutely your own property on payment of first instalment hire agreement to be signed; the machine becomes abso- lutely your own property on payment of first instalment. —Write for full particulars to The Quadrant Cycle Co. (Ltd.), Government Contractois. 35, Castle-itieet, Car- diff Pext door to the Ansel HotaP. e9814 AYLIFFE and i'ens, manufacturers of the well- known Daisv Cycle. Writ" for catalogue. Daisy Cycles overhauled free of charge for two years when built to order. One grade only in Daisy Cycles- highest obtainable. Ladies' and Gent's 1902 models, i gold and silver lining, with plated or Roman rims, will be found an ideal mount. Daisy Cycles cannot be excelled. Featherweight Racers. Road Racers, and light Roadsters—for finish and easy running the most in up-to-date Cycle in Wales.—Address, Aylifie and Sons, Daisy Cycle and Motor Works, Cardiff and Newport, Nat. Tel., 832 Cardiff. e97 £ 8 A YLIFFE and Sons for Plating and Enamelling, jti Daisy Cycle Works for repairs to any make cycle. Ayliffe and Sons for 2 speed gear and free wheels. Daisy Cycle Works, Cardiff, for Morrow Hubs and accessories. e9768 Aiifi you wondermg wnat to do wnn your old iylaehme? It so, write to the Quadrant Cyd« Go. (Ltd), and see vliat price they will allov you for it in exchange for a new Quadrant; second-hand machines of ..n, ;uakp t.akec. iu part ex-hange foi a Quadrant. ALL Quadrant Cycles are made of the finest materia; obtainable, and for durability, excellence of finish, And easy running cannot be beatf>!1: free wheel, best tyres, plated rims. &c. from £10 10s. e3814 A £ 5 Bank of En^lana Note is known everyhwere, and so is a Quadiant Cycle, but remember there are imitations of both. If you want a genuine Quadrant So to the Quadrant Cycle Co. (Ltd.), Government Con- tractors, 35, Castle-street, Cardiff, or to one of their gilt AU'iaoraut Moto- Cycle obtained the highest anard at t.he Crystal Palace Motor Show on February 14th for the combination lever, as the best distinctive im- provement exhibited; one lever does the work of four; write for illustrated lwts.—The Quadrant Cycle Co. (Ltd.1, Government Contractors. 35, CasUe-«reet, Cardiff tuevt door to the Ansel Hotel). e9814 I few good second-hand and shop-soiled Machines for .1-1. sule; all btrgaina.—Write to the Quadrant Cycle Co. (Ltd.), 35. Castle-street, Cardiff (next door to the AngelJ HokP. U _u_- e98l4 ARK you thinking of purchasing a new Cycle this season? If so, write for a catalogue cr call at 'he Quodrsnt Cycle Depot, 35, Castie-street, Cardiff, and inspect their large ntoek of machines; price* from £10 easy payments arranged; illustrated lists of cycles and motor cycles post frea e*314 A LI/ Cycle repairs and re novations send at once to Parry and Co., Siren Cycle and Motor Manufac- turers, Mill-lane. Cardiff. Free wheels, Morrow huhs, and rim brakes promptly fitted: lamps, bells, and accessories: lowest prices: reIAlirs: stove enamelling, nickel-plating. Catalogues post free. e9778 YCLE Of every descript;on executed at W. CYCLE repairs or every description executed at W. H. Thomas and Co.'s Celt Cycle Worke, Miskin- street. Cathays; cycles built to specification; platers, enamellers; braziers; guaranteed workmanship; mode- rate, prices. e9779 l/MOR disposal gent's Safety Coventry, free wheel, rim I t-rake, silver-plated Westwood rims, genuine A. B. Velox tyres, 1902 guaranteed; costly machine; quits new; not soiled; sacrifice; £5 iDs. lowest; will send on approval; genuine bargain—K. Gill, Waveney Villa, Beach-road, T" I'stoD-I;uper-Mare. REPAIRS If sent to Morris Bros., Cycle and Motor Works. Pontypridd, always give satisfaction. Over- haul, enamel, and re-plate for 25s. if sent at once. Accessories f trade at wholsale factors' prices. el947 1902.—You want a new Cycle. Don't buy until you have seen the 1902 Humbers. Beeston Humbers are acknowledged to be the finest cycles in the world. Humber Cycles, wfth free wheel, trom LiO 10s. Special Standard free wheel. Humbers, splendidly finished, E12 12s. Inspection invited. Catalogues post free. Gradual payments if required. Humber Motor Cycles from £ 45.—A. E. Norton, 126, Queen-street. Cardiff. A Choice of High-grade Cycles—Singers, Triumphs, Raglans, Royal Bnfields, Humbers. Inspection Invited. Catalogues free. Best house for Cycle Acces- sories, Free Wheels. Brakes, Tyres. Pedals, &c., to your old machine.—Norton, 126. Queen-street, Cardiff. e9660 FOR sale. Gent's Bicycle; made by J. Parsons: Clip- per tyres: bargain; £ 4.—9. Spring Garden-place, Cardiff. "10086 Cycle, jadies' or gent's, free wheel, rim brake, £8 C, guaranteed 12 months; easy pay- ments taken.—James. Maker. Staple-hill, Bristol. e205010 DENTIbTRY. All, work cone by thoroughly experienced dentists. Every case guaranteed. e9962 COMPLETE Sets, one guinea, single tooth, 2s. bd. Consultations free. e9962 COKALITE Sets, 2 guineas; single tooth, 5s. Quaii- fied dentists in attendance. e9962 PAINLESS Gas 2s. 6d. o9S52 PENARTH, Barry Dock, Aberdare, I'outvpool, Aber- gavenny attended. eS962 TEETH.—Morgan. Dentists (Ltd.), 56, Qaeen-strcet, Cardiff. Set from £ 1 Is. e9962 TEETH.—Morgan. Dentists (Ltd.), 30, High-street, Newport. Painless extraction by gas, 5s. e9862 rpEETH.—Fares allowed to country patients coming X to Cardiff 01 Newport-. *9962 DOMESTIC ARTICLES. "T say, what a charming paper!" ''Yes, I bought _I_ that at Robert Lewis's, Custom House-street, Cardiff. "Then I'll go there for mine." e%68_ SPENCER. The_ Universal provider for Babies, St. John's-sauare, Cardiff. SPENCER for Up-to-date Perambulators. See his Showrooms. SPENCER for latest designs in Mail-carts.. Send for price lists. SPENCER is noted for Summer Canopies and Summer Shades. SPENCER'S celebrated "Nokabout" Baby Chairs, 5 position. 10s. fcd. SI ENCES'S Bath Chairs, Invalid Chairs. Send p.c. for lists. SPENCER'S Wonder of the Age Sewing Machines, complete, for 58s. 6d. SPENCER'S Mangling and Wringing Machines, Washing Machines. B" FENCER'S knitting Machines. The Ellipse is the Best Knitter in the World. SPENCER'S only" address is St. John's Church- squar? ^opposite Church', Cardiff. eltX) £ 2 MUSICAL. PIANO, iron frame; full compass: walnut case; cheap.—Angle, 19. Plantagenet-street. e315o!4 TTTANTED. BatJ for June 26th.—State terms to V V Shirenewton Coronation Committee, Chepstow. e286010 BRINSMEAD Pianoforte, in handsome rosewood case; B choice marqueterje panel; iron frame: full tri- t richoni: lw, check art;i £ 36 n<" rash. 647 PIANOFORTE by Waddington; burr walnut, case: p trichord; in grand condition: £19 19s. Also Van- derbolt. Pianofoite: £12 12n.—Heath. Cardiff. burr walnut case; ir. P splendid condition; a bargain: £.,8 Ifs. Also D'Almaine Pianoforte: 21 guineas.—Heath, Cardiff. ORGANS, new and second-hand, by all makers, from £ 3 17s. Cd Repairs in all branches.—Heath and Sons. 76, Queen-street, Cardiff. dOlO IF you want a ria.no or Organ, do not be persuaded by any interested person to purchase until you have ascertained the extraordinary value we are offering. You will save many pounds, be most liberally treated, and get the easiest possible terms by purchasing from us.—Duck. Son, and Pinker, the Great Piano Merchants. Pultc-nev Eridge. Bath, and at Bristol. Catalogue and book of advice free. (Name this paper.) elOOfi bouglii solid. '-5 expe- rience as harp repairer; Erard and oUler makers in stock.—Miller, Arcade, Bristol. e9816 PIANO.—If you want a bargain, write ior list of instruments returned from hire, as you can secure a Piano by one of the Great Makers at a less price than the cheap rubbish now so freely advertised; guaranteed, alid in most cases quite equal to when new.—Thompson and Shacked (Ltd.). 24, Queen-Street. Cardiff; 32, Castle-street, Swansea, ftc., Äc. e9701 PIANOFORTE, £ 19 19s., the Challenge Hori -I; delivered free to any address; guaranteed for 20 years: ail modern impro\"I"IDGuts.-Can only be obtained of Thompson and Shackell lLld), 32, Castle-street, Sv\ansea, &c.. &e. PIANO by Broadwood White, only £ 16 10s.; a marvellous bargan., which should not be lost; in splendid order and of lovely -lone.—Thompson and Shackell (Ltd.). 24. Queen-strøet. Cardiff. e9701 PIANOFORTE. £25, by celebrated maker; quite P equal to new in every particular: cost double: in handsome case, with all improvements: a genuine bar- gain.—Thompson and Shackell (Ltd.), 24, Queen-street, Cardiff, &c., 4c. e9701 PIANOFORTE.—A genuine Schreiber, only £ 27 10s.: listed at 60 guineas; perfect in every respect, with Patent Resonator Attachment.—Thomp- son and Shackell (Ltd. 23, Commercial-street, New- pcrt, Mon., &c., &c. enOl CARRIAGES, HARNESS, &c. DAIMLER Motor Wagonette for sale: carry nine persons; removable canopy: glass partition behind driver: for private or public service: condition as new; bargain.—Davics, 57, Llewellyn-street, l'entre, Rhondda Valley. e233olo GOOD second-hand Landau. Broughams, and Vieto- rias: also Omnibus and Two-wheels of all descrip- tions.—John Fuller and Company, Coach builders, St. George's-road, Bristol. e9615 lined; F middle chrome; f,reen Morocco and cloth; extra light, and highly finished. Suriel Caits; suit 15 hand; also to suit 12 to 13 bands. Four-wheel Dog- cart, walnut body.—Lewis, Carriage Builder, Clare- street, Cardiff e9343 FURNITURE, ROATH Furnishing Co., 42, Castle-road, and Vere- street. Roath, (;,rc\¡f1". "ITUEST-class stuffed back Leather Suite, £ 6 15s.; F 2s. 6d. weekly, or 10 p.c. discount for cash; great "ariety. I)rssing- Chest Bedroom Suite. ;E, 15. FlRST-ciass 2s. weekly, or 10 p.c. discount for cash: any colour. TTlIRST-class Saddlebag Suite, £ 8 10s.; 3s. weekly, or _i: 10 per cent, discount for cash; all patterns. FIRST-class Embossed Velvet Suite, £ 7 10s.; 3s. weekly, or 10 p.c. discount for cash; any colotir. WE upholster ever> suite we sell, and give a guaran- tee with each oc- tee witb each oc- Co., complete House Furnishers, JLV 4?-CnsU,road aud Vere-street. Cardiff. } .FLOORCLOTHS, I-.uOleums, Carpets. Rugs. Mats in endless variety, easy terms, or cash discount. BEDSTEADS and fcsdding in all qualities for cash or easy payments 11 suit, aJl comers. "1TTE eell nothing but Purified Bedding; a guaran- f tee with each article. T7TURNITURE suitaoie for all classes to be obtained Ir on easy c- cash discount. _"H. 0 one should think of Furnishing before first X 1 inspecting our immense stock. DEAL with a firm of a good reputation, which is a guarantee in itself. ROATH Furnishing Co. holds a first-class record for straight dealing and good value. DINING and Drawing-room Suites from 4 guineas to 25 guineas: easy terms arranged. LARGE stock of Bedroom Suites: compfete; from 6 guineas to 40 guineas: all woods. GOOD selection of Brass and Black and Brass Curbs, Fire Brosses: curb- from 10s. 6d- :brosses from 2s. 6d. SIDEBOARDS, Overmantels, Hail-stands, Dining and Drawing-room Tables; all sizes. Drnwing-room Tables; all sizes. PLEASE note our only Address. We have no con- nection with any other firm. nection witlt all" otller firm- OATH Furnisi;ing Co., and and Vcre- street, Cardjff. Factory, Oxford-lane. kel0071 PAGE 4 TO-DAY. MEDICAL REMEDIES. I A KTIFICIAL Legs, Hands, Eyes, Trusses, Leg Irons, A Crutches, Beits. Children'* Rubber Trusses. Elastic Stoubngg. Arc.: repairs or re-coveriiig done; lady atten- Stoubngg. Arc.: repairs or re-coveriiig done; lady atten- dant. free. (>te cnly addresses, Alien 7. Charles-street, Cardiff, and Brcadmead, Bristol SPRING will prove less trying 10 most constitutions by an occasional dose of Kemick's Vegetable Pills. KEENiCX'S Vegetable I'iils are a sovereign remedy for Biliousness, Indigestion, Liver, and Kidney troubles. e9521 KERNK'K'S Vegetable Pills are too well known to require the publication of testimonials. They adver- tise themselves. Try them. 13id. and 2s. 9c. per box, of ail chemists. &c. e9521 MOTHERS, Note.—Kernick's Vegetable Worm 1\.1 Lozemges are a safe and certain cure for Worms in Children. lSJd. per box. with full directions, of all chemists. 4c, or sand stamps to Kernick and Son (Limited), Cardiff. e9521 my poor nerves!" need no longer be said. Try a course of "Herculaid8," Nature's Medicine and trea tmen\. eS5Zl TTBliCtTLOtDS" "Herculoids" "Herculoids" :i ii Nature's tonic for Nervous Weakness, Exhausted Vitality, Brainfag, arc. Full course. 2s. 9d., of all chcmists, cr of the sole British agents, Kernick aad Son (Limited1, Cardiff. e9521 SPORTING. CTFO let. Fishing, near Pencoed Station.—Apply Rev. X Carne Williams. Wolvesnewton. Chepstow. e2S4olC MACHINERY, &c. AUTOMATIC Skill Machines: every kind from "Cs.— Wains. 7, ('• liinrwood-street. London. elCOPi FARM AND GARDEN. GARDEN Netting. Garden Netting. Garden Net- ting, Cord Netting, best quality, for covering eeed beds, fruit trees, fowl runs, &c.J 16 square yards for ls.3raing!'L S, Working-s! Teet. Cardiff. e9795 BUSINESS FOR DISPOSAL. RESTAURANT Business for disposal: ingoing about £ 25.—M 94, Express Office. Cardiff. c29Sol3 FOE disposal, through illness, excellent Sweets. Tobac- F conist. News-agency, and Fanrr Business: main thoroughfare. Canton: attractive shop.—Fuil particulars price, stock, &c., M 53, Evening Express, Cardiff. e240oil PIGEONS, POULTRY &c. n RKY Talking Parrot. red tail: warranty for tall:- ing: 7 days' trial, my risk 20s.; genuine bargain; safe del\erv guaranteed.—Sieadinan. 30. Twist-street, Liverpool. e22Se.ll 00 splendid Ducks: nearly all laying; 4s. couple; /I 22s. dozen.—O'Neill. 3. Pen-y-pcel-road, Canton, Cardiff. Nat. T"lci-hon'\ 01026. e2S?o'r2 COAL FOR SALE. C' OAT.P.—Telephone C1024. Ffaldau. 24s.; genuine International, 23s. 6d Selected. 21s. good Large, 2ûs.: Range Nuts. 198.; Ocean Nuts. 23s. per ton: send direct no a¡;ent.Wt"St End House Coal Mer- chants. canton. Cardiff. e°87d PARK Coal Co.. Saiisbnry-ro*d, Cardiff.—Agents for North's Red Ash Coals. Nat. 1 eiephone, 599. e?56d MISCELLANEOUS SALES, "inOR sale. large quantity Boards. Deals. Battens, and .r Flag Poles. See below. quantity of Firewood; scitahle for 11 Coronation bonfires. See below. OR sale, quantity Bean Sticks.—Apply Luen. Barry ? Docks. Natl. Telephone. 38. (222014 OFFICER'S daughter offers 18-ct. rolled gold Curb Bracelet 2s.; worth 18s. 6d.: ajipiwa. carriage pä.id.-Û-O\Trn.s, 22. Crow tlu-r-road. South Norwood. <•52)011 PHOTOGRAPK-R'S travellinc Siudio for sale: now Jll South Wales: fitted dark, room. &c.: linoleum and accessories; little used; equal to new: a bargain.— I B. A. T. C.. 79, High-road. Kilburn. I^oudon. SZ7011 CLOGS.—Men's Lace or Bluchers. 3s. per pair, car- riage paid: wholesale special quotation.—T. Wil- kinsen. Ann-streel, Widnes. c272013 CORONATION—Flags. Decorations, Illuminations, to. Sun-blinds, Awnings, Tents, Tarpaulins (sale or hire).—Fred Morgan & Co., Makers, Cardiff A Penarth. e10028 PRINTING (lutlÙ. cornprete. Is. Id., post íræ.-=- Yard. 4. Bloom-street. Cardiff. e231oll CROCKERY—400 Articles for 32* 6d.; lists free^Z Bennett, 25. Broom-street, Hanlev. e7S2d BARGAINS.—Our Sale has commenced previous to removal into new premises; 20 per cent. (4s. in the £ off watches, clonti, jewellery, &c.—John Eiiiott and Co., 44, lt-oyai Arcade and 50, High-street Arcade, Cardiff. e9895 PAPE.tHANGINGS, Paperhangings.—Have you seen Robert Lewis and Co.'s (Custom House-street) Pattern Books? Drop a post-card, and they will be sent to your house. e9&B SUIT Lengths. 7s. All W<"i: Vicunas. Series, Tweeds: patterns free: any length cut, v-.Tiags piid— -Albion Woollen Manu- facturing Co.. 56, Voodfcou^Unc. Leeds. e9844 IpoLDING Blotting Pad. with diatv memo, tablet. Is. post free.—Stationery Department, Western Mail Limited, Cardiff. e9550 SPECIAL Offer.—Nine popular Novels, The set, as below, will be forwarded, carriage paid, for 6s.: ALICE. OR THE MYSTERIES. E UN EST MALTllAYER8. JANE EYRE. MARY BARTON. THE i\AXTONS. SCARLET LETTER. IVAKHOE. LAVS OF SCOTTISH CAVALIER?. YAXITY rAltt. The set of 9 novels, 68., carriage paid.—Stationery Department, Western Mail Limited. Cardiff. e9550 -Note THE favourite steel grey Note Paper, in 2 sizes. 7>d. per pound packet envelopes to match, 7jd packet; postage, 4d. extra for the two packets.—Stationery Department. Westers Mai! Limited. 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PUBLISHED BY SPECIAL ARRANGEMENT. THE WOMAN OF MYSTERY. By GEORGE OHNET, Author of "The Ironmaster," "Serge Panine," &c. [COPYRIGHT.] PAHT I. CHAPTER IX. (Continued.) "Come along, exploiter, let us turn ill!" And they made their way towards the house. The following morning Uude Graff was up i early. He hunted up Ca-rdez, to come to some arrangement with him; Marcel made his way to the laboratory. He had promised the powder formulae, and he wished to draw it up at his leisure. As he entered he found Baudoin arranging the chemical ntensile. He admired the unwonted order reigning in the capharnaum. "Ah! that is better!" said he; "here is a room which has not been so clean for several weeks. The duet cannot know what it all means to be disturbed in this way. But you must take care, Baudoin, not to touch a single product. There arc some very dangerous ones here. "Ah! sir. I (know aU about them; I handled any Quantity of products during my poor general's lifetime. I always obeyed the orders he grave me. And after what has taken place at Vanves. I am not, likely to risk hand- ling them. "Yon have been sleeping in the summer- house. Ba-udoin? "Yes. M. Marcel, I have arranged a bed very comfortably in the attic. Now, I am no longer uneasy. Still, go long as there are doubtful characters in the neighbourhood, I shall sleep with one eye open "In my opinion, the people to whom you allude have intentions on the works rather than on the laboratory. "I cannot tell, M. Marcel. There are enfu- eient mixed characters in the company which hae come here the last few days. "One would imagine you had discovered something extraordinary. Bandoin bent his head; he was afraid he bad said t'oo much, and re-called to mind Laforet's prudent advice. "Oh! I am not clever enough for that, but I warn you. M. MareeU to be on year guard. Have confidence in no one. In no one!" Ho left the room. leaving Marcel astonished at his persistence. What was the meaning of this mysterious warning his servant kept giving him? Did he knovr more than he meant to tel!? To whom did lie allude when he said: In no one. The beautiful and charm- ing silhouette of Mme. Yiguola sprang up in his imagination. Wa-s it of her that he ought to be on his guard? He pictured her again in her dretuny, careless attitude, pro- menading sorrowfully in the woods of Bos- sicant. What had he to fear from her? What danger could she make him incur, except that of adoring her without obtaining a return of affection? There, indeed, was a very grave and serious peril! It was the roost dreadful he could imagine just then. and one against, which he felt himself utterly helpless. To love. without obtaining love in return! WhtU would hecome of him, if snch a misfortune befel him? He could not think of it without a kind of distraction, so long as the young woman was mistress of his heart and mind. For a few moments he walked up and down the laboratory, with anxious mien, and only halted when he heard the door open. It was Uncle Graff. "You know, we have to meet the syndicate of workmen this morning, a( ten o'clock?" "Yes; I have not forgotten." "What is the matter with yon? Yon do not appear at your ease. Is there anything that troubles yon?" "Nothing whatever; it is simply this dis- tressing situation that makes me anxious. Now that you have spoken to Cardez, uncle, what is it, the workmen want?" "Oh! several things! In the. first place, less work and more pay. Afterwards, themselves to nominate their own overseers. To have personal administration of the pension and assistance fund3. To submit to no stoppage of wages for insurance against acci- dell La. Mon Uieu! On all these points I some understanding may be reached, and I am Quite disposed to meet them half-way. BUl there is on the point of Ix-ins formulated a final demand which may tender ail conciliation impossible." "What is that?" "They win demand the dismissal of Cardez. who is accused by the workmen of being ex- tremely severe ill enforcing the regulat;oji«. "Dismiss the director? To-morrow hey -vill w;uit to send us away a 180. "Ah f my nephew, is not that. the colke- tivist doctriuo. parc and simple? 'I'be work- to the workers, the land to the tillers—that is to say. the dispossession of the raasie-r and the landlord. Wo are ad vanning in that di recti on." Mar eel said o ►kiiy "We. cannot give wa,y these points. Ab- dica-te all authority, be no longer mastc* in one's own honee? At no p-itf ;uid under no pretext. Be kind to the workmen, cer- tainly! But be their dape, never!" "Come." said Uncle GrafL with a smile; "do not- get excited. Ion always go to ex- tremes. Yesterday R-11 fire and llama for the revolution; this morning full of reactionary energy. You must keep to the golden mean as I do. I still have hopes or seeing the triumph of reason and commrm .sense. But I should like to obtain one tiling from you. "What is that?" "That you go out for a, stra! instead of being present at the meeting." I "Ah!" exclaimed Marcel; "tkat is not your "Ah:" ex.cla-imed Marcel; "t.at is unt :our own idea. Uncle Graff. It, p< C'.u'doz who has j given you this liint." "Well! I confess you arc riahi. He mis- trusts your impetuousity. and is afraid you caniiot. keep perfect possession of youreeif. He knows what your opinions arc. "The fool! Let him tr mble himue'f with his own opinions! After having alienated our workmen by useless reicrrns. how can he have the assurajice 10 ask that the eon of his nras'^rr should not be present at a debate in which his own interests, both material and moral, are engaged; And he thinks I shall .yibinit to this evictioi? Decidedly, he (knows me very little:" "BIn if ] myself asked you LUL to come lo the mf"ctin g "For what reason?" Uncle Graffhesitate(i a moment, but finally decided to speak: "I did not wish t,) tell you all my reasons. This morning's debate may cause grave disorders. We have been informed that the workmen, who have been worked up to a high pitch, will admit of no refusal to their demands. In short, it is feared violent measures will be resorted | lo "Very good! The greater reason I should be there!" "If I consent, think what responsibility I assume in your father's eyes!" "But what do you think I should do?" "You would do well to take the next train i for Paris. "Aud leave you to resist these madmen, all 'alone? You have a tine opinion of me, indcoo i" "Come now. Marcel; do not get. angry. I am an old man. and command a certain amount of respect. It will be easy for me to keep out of a quarrel, but it will be no easy matter to keep an eye on you To tell the truth, you would be greatly in the way. Here, you t have no official standing; you art simply an inventor, and there is a whole group of work- men. who regard you with no kindly feelings on account of your investigations in dyeing They pretend that it is your intention to take away their living by manufacturing with the machine what they now do by hand. I assure you. Marcel, I have good reasons for keeping you away, and, if you are reasonable, you will obey me. "Well! T"lie]. Graff. I am not reasonable. That you have long known, on many occasions have I proved it. and 1 will prove it once again to-day. I don't care what people think. I will keep close to your side, without giving } you any cause for trouble. But I will be present, becans? it is bothl my duty and my right. Besides, if I did not come, some time after, you would say to yourself: "After all, he obeyed me very readily. My young nephew is bent on pleasure only. and is quite willing to keep out. of the way when there is danger in the air." As the old man listened to his nephew, the look of anxiety by degrees disappeared from his countenance. Doubtless, he blamed him for his unwillingness to obey him. but approved of his showing himself at once d-eter- mined. devoted, and affectionate. Oh. yes, affectionate, above all' In the bachelor's b tender heart. Marcel's protests found a delight- ful echo. He felt himself 1-oved by this nephew of bis. whom he himself loved as though hz, were has own son. and all his discontent mehed a.way in an exquisite sensation of happiness, Still, he would not, confess to a satisfaction so little in accord with his expressed wishes. He gave himself an angry and displeased mien, but a. smile shone in his eyes as he murmured "Very good! I cannot force you. As you please! If anything happens, through you. we shall know whoso fault it "Uncle Graff, we will perish together!" ex-j claimed the yonitg man gaily. "\Vlia.l more brilliant end could I hope for! What a glorious item of news for the journal; "That would be the last straw!" "What precautions are you going to take to prevent our being devoured by the popular I ion?" "None whatever. I am convinced that a display of force would effect no useful end. Accordingly. I begged the authorities not to disturb themselves. They wished to send us out he Dragoons! Why not the Artillery at once?" "And who are the delegates to whom we shall have to reply?" There are eight of them. But it is the famous Balestrier who is at their head, and acts as their mouthpiece." "He is a very intelligent fellow, only he has read 1") many books beyond his power of C(JlnpJ"ehensi,)I1." "The rest are honest enough, hU1 they have been incited to revolt by their companions at Troyee. and I am afraid I shall find them more violent than they are naturally dis- posed to be. They assume an attitude and play a role." We will judge them by their actions. Pointing out to his uncle on the laboratory table a glass recipient, of moderate size. Marcel said: L<x>k at, this jar. Uncle Graff. If I were to throw a lighted match into it in a moment 1 could annihiia-te all these ill-advised strikers." „ "Then that is the famous powder?" Yes." Show it me." MarreJ took the jar. removed the stopper. aad poured into his hand a few small brown sVtavintrs. An odour pf camphor spread throughout the room. "It is the war powder, in flakes, but I intend to manufacture it in pastilles. then it will resemble an ordinary button without holes. In fi-ikes it is more convenient f^r charging large projectiles. In pastilles it will be better suited for cartridge sockets; non-compressed it burns like Germaa. tinder, with a smell of disinfecling-powuer. and entirely without smoke. Womid you like to see it?" "No." said Uncle Graff, eagerly. 1 do not care to see you handling such substances. One never knows. They might explode with- i out any one expecting it"* Impossible. Besides, as this powder smells of camphor it might be placed with one's clothes during the summer to prevent the moths from spoiling them." He laughed aloud. Uncle Graff, slight ly- re-assured. forced him to phx-c the bottle back on to the table. "And the commerce powder?" "I have none manufactured, hut the for- mula is all ready there in the drawer." With this formula, Tremont's diseovery may be exploited?" Certainly, on condition one knows how to make use of it. But that is my secret, which I shall reveal only at 'he moment Uie. exploitation commences. The different Vindi of products employed, with their doeings. arc specified.' Opening a drawer he took out a sheet of paper, at the head of which were written tbot words, Powder formula. No. 1." Then fol- k-wed lines of abbreviated words, with figures. He held it out to his uncle, but the latter would not take it. Leave it in this drawer: I do not need it just now. You will give it me this evening after the conference. Then I will write to your father and send on the paper to him." "As you please." said M; roeL Placing back the paper he shut the drawer. Uncle Graff left the room saying: I am going to see Cardez. If yen want me you will find me with him." (Marcel, left all alone, walked up and dowrr the laboratory, then drew near the open window, itnd looked out on to the river flow- ing beneath. A fislierman was sitting there in a boat moored in the middle of the stream, engraged in throwing baked grain as bait into the water all round him. A large straw hat covered hit head. whilst the wind blew out his grey tsmock-fniek into the lorm of a. balloon. He did not appear even to see Marcel. but filled his pipe with tubacco. hfc it. and began to throw oui his line, at the- end of which was a ba-ll of worms as bail*. After a few moments a bite came; he struck, adroitly, and landed a small silver-bellied fish in the hoa.1. Marcel, interested, sal and watched fro- j the window-Jedge. After watch- ing for a good quarter of an hour, the fisher in his smock-lrocK. wuo, by the way. appeared to have tlu best of !u<k, I lie door of th» laboratory opened, and Baudoin appeared. He seemed embarrassed, but came straight up to his master, and said in tones of seeming regret: "Monsieur (Marcel, there is someone at the porter's lodge, who is asking for you. "Who is it?" Batidoin said with a. wry grimace: "A kind of chambermaid." Marcel arose eagerly. He thought: "I è ia Milona- sent by Madame Vignola. Something has happened. In a trice, he, was out of the room. Baudoin followed him. with ill-pleased look: "How he runs off to meet her! Ah that cra.fi.y woman holds him tight indeed! And this ser- vant. who looks likes a girl! This kind ot company does not inspire confidence in oUt" Marcel, on reaching the porter's lodg-e, had found Milona there, as he had conjectured. Drawing her aside, he asked anxiously. (To be continued to-n?.orrow