SCALE OF CHARGES FOR ADVERTISEMENTS IX THE SOUTH WALES DAILY NEWS. FOR SINGLE INSERTIONS. LINES. ii. d. LINES. S. d. 1 to 4 10 7 to 8 2 0 6 to 6 16 9 to 10 2 6 And 3d. for every additional Line. A Liberal Discount allowed fol' a series of Consecutive Insertions. Tradesmen's Advertisements and Business Announcements of all kinds, when ordered for a month and upwards, are subject to special terms, according to the number of insertions and the space occupied. Parliamentary Notices, Prospectuses of Public Companies, Legar Notices, and Election Addresses, are charged Gd. per line for each insertion. CHEAP PREPAID ADVERTISEMENTS. Advertisements of the under-mentioned classes are charged as follows :— ONK THREE SIX LINKS. WORDS. INSERTION. INSERTIONS. INSERTIONS. s. d. s. (1. s. d. Two 18 06 10, 16 TIIREB 27 0 1 6 23 FOUR 36 10 20 30 FIVFI 45 13 2 3 9 Six 54 1 6 30 4 G Rich additional line of t Q. 3 0 6 0 9 Nine words These charges apply only to the classes of advertisements speci- fied below, and are strictly confined to those which are PAID FOR Taavious TO INSERTION if not prepaid, they will be charged by the general scale :— APARTMENTS WAnED. I MONEY WANTED. APARTMENTS TO BE T.KT. MISCELLANEOUS WANTS. APARTMENTS TO BE T.KT. MISCELLANEOUS WANTS. ARTICLES LOST. PARTNERSHIPS WANTED. AUTICLES FOUND. SITUATIONS WANTED. BUSINESSES TO HE SOLD. SITUATIONS VACANT. HOUSES TO LET. SALES BY PRIVATE CONTRACT. HOUSES TO LET. SALES BY PRIVATE CONTRACT. J>. Wanted. ———~ WANTED, immediately, a BOY, from 14 to 16, to assist in 'f 'f the Pawnbroking Business. Apply, Henry Samuel, Neath. 534c WANTED, a situation as HOUSEMAID. Used to waiting at I table. Good character from last situation. Apply, E., Llantrissant. 537 WANTED, an experienced YOUNG MAN in the Drapery. Must be of sober habits, and a knowledge of Welsh ne- cessary. Apply to Edwards & Jones, Carmarthen. 535c A-N-TED, TWO JUNIOR IIA'DS for the Drapery and W Grocery Business. Apply, G. J., 13, High-street, Cardiff. ë,. 537c WANTED, a good GENERAL SERVANT, aged 18. Apply at the S-juth Wales Daily Netc* Office. 544c WANTED, a good GENERAL SERVANT, where there are two children. Good character indispensable. Address, 228, Bute-road, Cardiff. 540c WANTED, a FELLMONGER as Foreman and Buyer. Liberal Wages. Character indispensable. Apply to David Griffiths, Tanner and Currier, Llanelly. 549 WANTED, a Seconi-hand LATHE, or anything to drive a six-inch circular saw. Apply at 35, Royal Arcade. 548c ANTED, an intelligent YOUTH with a slight knowledge of v v the Ironmongery Business. Address "Ironmonger" South Wales Daily Neics. 558 WANTED, a well-educated BOY (14) as Apprentice. Apply at the Cardiff Times Office. WANTED immediately, a good strong- Man's Man also, a Good Repairer, at Lewis' Shoe Warehouse, Tonypandy, Rhondda Valley. 2 WANTED, a Good UNDERGROUND OVERMAN for a Col- liery, within twelve miles of Cardiff, worked by Level, where forty to fifty men are employed. One accustomed to Pitch Veins preferred. Apply, K.G., care of Messrs. l'ngledew and Sons, Solicitors, Cardiff. 566 WANTED immediately, an Experienced GENERAL SER- VANT. Apply, stating age, salary, reference, &c., Ebenezer Davies, Bookseller, Cowbridge. 568c WANTED, Unfurnished APARTMENTS, about five minutes' walk from the Post-office. Address, G.M., South Wales Daily News office, Cardiff. CLERK.—Wanted by an efficient, trustworthy person, a per- manent situation as BOOK-KEEPER, by single or double entry. Good references. Address, Book-keeper," South Wales Daily News Office. 546c DRAPERY.—Wanted, immediately, an IMPROVER and an APPRENTICE, to live out. State experience and what salary expected. Apply to Jones, Phillips and Williams, The Emporium, Aberaman, Aberdare. 402 DRAPERY.—WANTED, immediately, an experienced SALES- WOMAN accustomed to trim. Knowledge of Welsh indis- pensable. Address, Stephen Lewis, Treorky, Pontypridd. 556c MASTER TAILOR WANTED at the County Asylum, Bridg- end. Wages £ 30 a year, with Board, Lodging, and Wash- ing. Apply in person to the Medical Superintendent any fore- noon. 538c GROCERy.-WANTED, a JUNIOR HAND. Apply, stating salary required, with references, to Mr. Lewis James, New Tredegar, Mon. 630c HOWELL & Co., the Cardiff Drapers, have vacancies for JLJL several experienced hands. 5G4 J WILLIAMS, London House, Merthyr, has a Vacancy for a a Respectable Youth as APPRENTICE to the General Drapery. 565 EDICAL.-Waiited, a competent ASSISTANT in a colliery M practice. Apply, stating terms, &c., to Mr. W. H. Cuth- bertson, Pentre, Pontypridd. 387 nno BUILDERS^CONTRACTORS AND OTHERS.—TENDERS B are invited for the erection of Twenty Workmen's Cottages at the Park Colliery. Particulars on application to Messrs. D Davis and Co., Ocean Colliery, Ystrad. Pontypridd. 386 O GROCERS' ASSISTANTS, &c.—WANTED, an ASSISTANT in the Grocery and Drapery Trade. Welsh indispensable. Apply, with references, to the Manager of the Co-operative Stores, Cwmbach, Aberdare. 379 TO "DRAPERS'" ASSISTANTS.WANTED, "a YOUNGMaS of three or four years' experience. Apply at A. Cule and Sons, Treherbert. 550c f riO PAINTERS.—A Resident Painter wanted at the County I Asylum, Bridgend must know all branches of the trade. A permanent place to a suitable man. Apply, in person, to the Medical Superietendent any forenoon. 539c TO PARENTS AND GUARDIANS.—Mr. Davies, Pharma- ceutical Chemist, Tenby, has a. Vacancy for a well-educated and gentlemanly Youth as an Apprentice. 388 nno DRAPERS;-ASSISTANTS7—WANTED, a Steady YOUNG g MAN for the General Drapery. Also one for the Men's Mercery. Personal application preferred. Apply to Parry and Baker, Cardiff. 399 mo DRAPERS' ASSISTANTS.—Wanted immediately an Ex- 3 perienced Hand. Apply, stating particulars, to Griffiths and Son, Pontypridd. 522c n"ODRL\PERS'-AS:"If;fANTS. WANTED, a Respcetbl, TSteady YOUNG MAN, Strong and Active, one who knotfS the district. Apply, with particulars, to Ells and Neal, Duke-street, Cardiff. 156 O BOOKBINDERS. -Wanted, a good FORWARDEK Ruler preferred. Apply to Thomson, bookbinder, High-street, Merthyr. 500 BEDWELLTY UNION. Vaccination Officer and Inspector of Nuisances, WANTED, by the Guardians of the Bedwellty Union, a VACCINATION OFFICER for the two parishes of their Union, which comprises the following towns and surround- of their Union, which comprises the following towns and surround- ing districts, viz., Tredegar, Ebbw Vale, Rhymney, New Tredegar, Blackwood, part of Beaufort, Garnfach, Nantyglo, Biaina, Aber- tillery, Cwmtillery, &c., &c. The person who is appointed will also be elected Inspector of Nuisances for the whole of the Union, and will be allowed a salary of X40 per annum for the duties of Inspector of Nuisances. As Public Vaccinator, he will be required to carry out the Act ef Parliament of last session, as well as previous 'Acts, and his safery will be at the rate of £1 per week, and 2s. 6d. per hundred of persons successfully vaccinated. He must be energetic, and able to show the guardians that he can carry out the requirements of the respective Acts. Applications, in candidiates' own handwriting, must be sent to my address, not later than Wednesday, the 6th day of March next, enclosing testimonials of recent date as to capabilities, &c., &c. Candidates selected will be informed, and expenses of atten dance (after request) allowed. Total salarv, £ 92 per annum. JNO. BROOKFIELD, Clerk to Guardians. Union Office, Tredegar, 23rd February, 1872. 389 o be X,"et. TO be LET, Brad.1 eld House, Dumfries-place. Apply on the Premises. 123 ARDIFF.-TO be LET, WALCOT VILLA, East Grove, Trede- C garville, consisting of 12 rooms and large garden. Apply to D. L. T., 17, Edward-terrace. 195 CARDIFF.—Capital HOUSE and SHOP, plate glass front, to C LET. Apply to W. Price &- Sons, Cardiff House. 533c be LET, a HOUSE and SHOP in Bedford-street, and a JL HOUSE in Clifton-street. Apply to Mr. John Robins, Bed- ford-street. 559c O be LET, a HOUSE in London-square! Rent moderated Also, No. 2, Cornish Villas, Llandaff-road, consisting of seven rooms and garden. For further particulars, apply to Mr. John Batchelor, Bute Docks. 354 NO. 2, PENYBRIN, MAINDY, near Cardiff.-To LET, the above comfortable DWELLING-HOUSE. Rent moderate. —For particulars, apply to Mr. R. J. Yorath, No. 3, Penybrin or to Messrs. Watsons and Co., timber merchants, Cardiff. MC j be Xei ARDIFF.—To Butchers and Others.—To be Let, in the Town of Cardiff, a very First-class PORK BUTCHERS' BUSINESS, doing the largest trade in the town. In-coming easy. Also, several Public-Houses and other businesses. For particulars apnly to Mr. J. D. Thomas, Auctioneer, 13, Church-street, Car- diff. 121 d¡ff. 121 ri^O be LET, Three ROOMS, Unfurnished or Furnished, 203, Jj_ Bute-road. Also, YARD and STABLING. Apply 011 the Premises. 543c CiANTON.—A convenient HOUSE to LET at Freeland-place, j top of Severn-road, seven rooms, cellar, wash-house, garden, gas and water. Rent moderate. Apply to John Rogers, next house. 545c CiARDIFF.— PREMISES to LET in Hope-street, near Canal, j suitable for Workshops or Stores.—Apply to W. E. Vauglian, Steam Dyeing Works, Llandaff-road. 221 T(j be SOLD, an old established Ironmongery, Ironfounding, Engineering, and Agricultural Implement Manufacturing Business, in one of the principal market towns of South Wales. Capital required about £ 4,000, part of which may remain on inte- rest at five per cent. A valuable assortment of Patterns. Apply to T. Thomas, Esq., Consulting Engineer, Bute-crescent, Cardiff. ,557c Jaks bi| gnrate (Eontvaci rg^O be SOLD, a STEAM BOILER, suitable to drive a C-horse JL power steam engine.—Apply to W. E. Vaughan, Steam Dyeing Works, Llandaff-road, Cardiff. 222 TO be SOLD, gy Private Contract, an old established WHEEL- WRIGHT and SMITH'S SHOP, and several COTTAGES. Apply 011 the Premises at Ely; near Cardiff. 505c -gTiOR SALE.—A HOUSE, SHOP, and BAKEHOUSE in Splott- JF lands. Apply to Mr. Peter Price, 3, Crockherbtown. 547c R SALE, a Splendid Short-horn COW and CALF. Apply at Penylan House, Roath. ,106 INE BUTTERS FOR SALE by Private Contract. 100 Prime Cork 2nds 100 ditto 3rds 100 Egan's Finest Clonmel. Prices very low. J. Mason, Newport, Mon. 561c ty ~/V BARRELS of YARMOUTH RED HERRINGS are now /VOv being SOLD, wholesale and retail, from the boat Simon Peter, lying at the Upper End of West Dock, Cardiff. 536c WO NEW HOUSES FOR SALE, in Castle-road. Price £ 135 each. Apply to Mr. R. Emory, Bute Docks, or to Mr. D. Williams, n, Castle-road. 4tH Jtbceliaueous. FLOWERING SUNDAY. MONUMENTS, Crosses, and Tablets, in granite, m marble, or stone.—Designs and estimates forwarded on ap- plication to T. JONES, Penarth-road Entrance, Cardiff. 218 FIRE BRICKS.—The Bwllfa Colliery Company (Limited) are prepared to supply FIRE BRICKS of a superior quality, and also a second quality Brick for building pur- poses. The best Bricks are made exclusively of the celebrated Graig Clay, and the manufacturers supply both qualities of the fol- lowing sizes, viz., 9 x 41 x 21 and 9 x 41 x 3. For terms, &c., apply to the Bwllfa Colliery, Aberdare. 167 SAMPLE and Instructions sent for seven stamps whereby any Person may earn £ 2 or £ 3 per week pleasantly and legiti- mately; returned if not approved. J. C. Buckley, Flood, & Co., Sarah-street, Birmingham. 333 THE Co-operative Stores, Mountain Ash, can Supply the Public with PIPES, PANS, and SYPHONS for Saiiitary Purposes. -_m_ 567c ONEY.-The Sums of R.500 and zC500 are now ready to be ADVANCED on approved Mortgage Security- Apply to Mr. Merrils, Solicitor, Church-street, Cardiff. 219 (^Y HC)ED D y |y yN D])(wJ5-D DA,r ( O BREGETHAU, gan y diweddar JL "5." Barch. JAMES ROWE, Abergwaeu. Y maent y mwyaf gwreiddiol ac avvrgymiadol yn y Gymraeg. Gwerthir yr holl sydd yn aros ar law ffwrdd am 4s. trwy y Post, 4s. 6c.. arian parod. Danfoner at y Cylioeddwr, W. M, Evans, Seren Office, Caraiarthan. 303 fublie JTottces. STUART HALL, CARDIFF. POSITIVELY THE LAST WEEK OF DR. CORRY'S WORLD- RENOWNED DIORAMA OF IRELAND. This Evening at 8. Last night but Two. In honour of the approaching MARRIAGE OF THE MARQUIS OF BUTE. GRAND FASHIONABLE NIGHT, and for the First Time the BUTE MARRIAGE QUADRILLES, composed expressly by Mr. D. Holmes, with additional Vocal and Musical attractions. TO-MORKOW, FRIDAY, Miss NELLY HAYES'S BENEFIT. SATURDAY, MARCH 2nd, positively the Last Night in Cardiff. Last Day Performance on Saturday, at 3 p.m. Noi,icr,By special desire will be repeated, on the last three nights, the Grand Allegorical Tableaux, with spectacular effects, in which Miss Nelly Hayes appears as the Genius of Erin, sur- rounded by the National Emblems of Ireland. Admission—3s., 2s., Is., 6d. Half-price to Schools and Children. Originator and Proprietor T. C. S. CORRY, M.D. 359 __n- Manager, Mr. Ho MUSIC HALL, SWANSEA. DR. CORRY'S WORLD-RENOWNED DIORAMA OF IRELAND, ITS SCENERY, MUSIC, AND ANTIQUITIES. COMMENCING MONDAY EVENING NEXT, MARCH 4TH. For particulars see Programme. 407 -_u.- gTUART HALL, CARDIFF. POSITIVELY FOR ONE DAY ONLY, MONDAY, MARCH 4TH, MORNING AND EVENING. THE WONDERFUL TWO n E AD E D -1, NIGHTINGALE. THE GREATEST LIVING CURIOSITY. THE MARVELLOUS T W Ô H E A D E D NIGHTINGALE. Three Times before the ROYAL FAMILY. rSH HE E~X~T RAOKDINAKY TW O-H E A DED JL NIGHTINGALE. Three Times before the ROYAL FAMILY. fP HE G RtvVT A ME R fCAN GIAN'I' AND GIANTESS. THE JL TALLEST COUPLE LIVING. rgillREE TIMES BEFORE THE ROYAL FAMILY. THREE J. TIMES BEFORE THE ROYAL FAMILY. mifE WONDERFUL TWO-HEADED NIGHTlNGAL^CavT- J PANY, CONSISTING OF CHRISSIE MILLIE, The Marvellous Two-Headed Nightingale; CAPTAIN BATES, ° The Great Kentucky Giant; MISS ANNA SWAN (NOW MRS. BATES), The Famous Nova Scotian Giantess; Which for the last four months has been the attraction, and created so much excitement in London in consequence of its immense success, having been three several times before the Royal Family, WILL HOLD RECEPTIONS AT THE STUART HALL, MARCH 4. Receptions from 2.30 to 5, and 7.30 to 10. Parties will appear at 3 to 8 precisely. Admission-Promenade, One Shilling; Front Seats, Two Shillings. COL. A. J. BATES, Business Director. And at ABERDARE, MARCH 1st, „ SWANSEA, „ 2nd, CARDIFF, 4th, NEWPORT, 5th. 569 IIUTCHINSON AND TAYLEURE'S GRAND CIRCUS, CARDIFF, 011-0,N FOR THE SlAgON WITH THE GREATEST CONCENTRATION OF EQUESTRIAN AND GYMNASTIC RESOURCES ever presented to the public. Fresh STAR ARTISTES and Brilliant NOVELTIES Every Week. GRAND MID-DAY PERFOMANCE EVERY SATURDAY, at Two, commence at Half-past. 158 VICTORIA ROOMS, ST. MARY- STREET, CARDIFF. MANAGER F. W. HOFFMAN Every Evening during the week, GRAND CONCERT AND DANCE. CHANGE OF ARTISTES EVERY WEEK. REFRESHMENTS AT THE BAR. Admission First Class, Is.; Second Class, Od. Doors open to Half-past Seven, to coiiimencett Eight. 241 HANNAH STREET CONGREGATIONAL JJL CHURCH, CARDIFF. „ THE FOURTH TEA ANNIVERSARY Of the above Church will be held ON WEDNESDAY, MARCH C, 187 2. Telt on the table at Five o'clock p.m. A PUBLIC MEETING will be held after tea, when ADDRESSES will be delivered and appropriate Tunes sung. ADMISSION ONE SHILLING. 502c ] Jlintc of Jaisb bll JUictioiu MESSRS. W. H. WILLIAMS & CO. Leasehold Property, at Cardiff March 5. MR. J. M. ELLERY. Leasehold Property, at Swansea Feb. 29 Cottages, at Swansea Feb. 29. MESSRS. D. EVANS & SON. Grass and Pasture Land, at St. Fagans March 15 MR. R. SHORT. White Lead, at Cardiff March 2. MUs H gtiittiom Sale of very Valuable Leasehold Property, situate in Clive-street, Roath. MESSRS. W. H. WILLIAMS & Co. will SELL JJvJL by AUCTION, at the Angel Hotel, Cardiff, on TUESDAY, the 5th day of MARCH, 1872, at Three o'clock precisely, the follow- ing valuable LEASEHOLD PROPERTY .LOT 1.—All those Two Messuages or Dwelling Houses known as Nos. 23 and 24, Clive-street, Roath, producing a gross rental of Ten Shillings per week, subject to a ground rent of £4 5s. 3d. per annum. No. 23 has a shop front, and is fitted with trade fixtures. LOT 2.-All those Two Messuages or Dwelling Houses known as Nos. 25 and 26, Clive-street, producing a gross rental of Eight Shillings per week, subject to a ground rent of 43 17s. W. i or annum. Lor 3.-All those Four Messuages or Dwelling Houses known as Nos. 41, 42, 43, and 44, Clive-street, producing' a gross rental of Twenty Shillings per week, subject to a ground rent of £ 8 10s. 6d. per annum. The whole of the above property is held under indentures of under-leases from John Hemingway, Esq., for 99 years from the 2nd of February, 1859, nearly 8G years being unexpired. The houses let extremely well to respectable tenants and are in good repair. The property may be viewed and further particulars obtained on application to the Auctioneers, 80, St. Mary-street, Cardiff, and Exchange, Bristol; or to Messrs. Whites, Renard and Floyd, 28, Budge-row, Cannon-street, London, E.C. 120 Dated, Cardiff, 3rd February, 1872. Mount Stuart-square, Cardiff! MESSRS. W. H. WILLIAMS & co. WILL SELL by AUCTION, at the Angel Hotel, Cardiff, on TUESDAY, the 5th day of MARCH, 1872, at Three for Four o'clock precisely the following valuable PROPERTY LOT I.All that Leasehold Dwelling-house known as No. 17 Mount Stuart-square, Cardiff, now in the occupation of Mrs. Richards, as yearly tenant, at the rent of £ 32. LOT 2.—All that Leasehold Dwelling-house, known as No. 18, Mount Stuart-square, and now occupied by lVIr. Boderlicli, as yearly tenant, at the rent of £35. The Property is held for the residue of a term of 99 years, from the 29th day of September, 1852, and each Lot will be sold subject to a yearly ground-rent of £3 5s., and to the covenants and con- ditions contained in the lease. For further pirtictilars apply to the Auctioneers, Exchange, Bristol, and St. Mary-street, Cardiff; F. C. Pike, Esq., 6, Serle- street, Lincoln's-inn, London; or Messrs. Press and Inskip, Solicitors, Bristol. 373 Saint y Nyll Farm, within One Mile of the St. and Peter- stone Stations, South Wales Railway. MESSRS. D. EVANS & SON have received instructions from J. T. Jenkins, Esq., to LET by AUC- TION, at the above Farm, on FRIDAY, 15th of MARCH, 1872, at One o'clock in the afternoon precisely (for Three Years, subject to such conditions as shall be then produced), the following excellent parcels of GRASS and PASTURE LAND, viz. LOT. 'A. R. P. A. R. P. 1 Cae'r Capel 2800 9 f Cil y Garnfawr 13 3 0) on o ,1 Coedcae 6 3 31 j" M 2 31 3 Wythar 10 1 8 4 Cae'r Felin Wynt 7 2 33 5 Cefn Kubwch Uclia 7 2 35 „ f Punip Cwarter 1 3 11] ln „ I Cefn Kubweh Isha S 3 18 T 7 (Meadow 8 2 8 ) ( Cae Pedair Onen 15 3 IS f 8 Pedair Erw ar Ddcg 21 2 39 9 Cae'r Soor 9 2 19 Refreshments on the table at Twelve o'clock. The Auctioneers have much pleasure in calling the attention of Farmers and Graziers to the above, the fertile character of the land being so well known as to render further culogium un- necessary. Any further particulars may be had on application to J. T. Jenkins, Esq., at the Farm, or to the Auctioneers, Post Office Chambers, Pontypridd. 409 ————— SALE THIS DAY. MR. J. M. ELLERY will SELL by AUCTION (in Equity, hy order of the Judge of the County Court of Glamorganshire holcten at Swansea), on THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 29, 1872, subject to such conditions as shall then and there be pro- duced, at the Bird-in-Hand, High-street, Swansea, all those Two LEASEHOLD COTTAGES, situate and being 32 and 33, Pottery- street, Swansea, in the several occupations of Messrs. Griffiths and Beynon. Each house contains three rooms, and has a large garden abutting on the South Wales Railway Company's pre- mises. The property is held under a lease for \)9 years from the 25th day of March, 1826, and is subject to a ground rent of £1 8s. per annum. Sale to commence at Three o'clocek in'the Afternoon. For further particulars apply to Mr. John Jones, Solicitor, Fisher-street, Swansea.; Mr. Richard Jenkins, Solicitor, Fisher- street, Swansea; Mr. J. D. Thomas, High Bailiff, the Receiver appointed by the Court: or to the Auctioneer, at his offices, Victoria-rooms, Oxford-street, Swansea. 306 SALE THIS DAY. SWANSEA.—To Brewers and others. MR. J. M. ELLERY hag been instructed by the Mortgagee to SELL by AUCTION, under a power of sale, at the Bird-in-Hand, High-street, Swansea, 011 THURSDAY, FKll- IWARY 29th, 1872, the following valuable PROPERTY, in the town of Swansea, situate in the Oystermouth-road, opposite the Gaol, in one or more lots, as may be decided at time of sale, namely:— A capital THREE-QUARTER BREWERY, in full working order. The whole of the plant on the premises may be taken at a valuation by the purchaser, or otherwise it will be sold by auction, of which due notice will be given. Also Two substantially-built DWELLING-HOUSES adjoining, each containing six good rooms and offices, in addition to which there is a large dry cellar under-the whole of the comer house, all thoroughly drained. The property is held for the unexpired term of 70 years from the 29th day of September, 1858, subject to a yearly ground-rent of £ 5 8s., which will be apportioned if sold in more than one lot. For further particulars, apply to the Auctioneer, Victoria Rooms. Sale to commence at Three for Four o'clock. 397 Port of Cardiff.—To Ship Chandlers, Captains, and Others.—On Behalf of whom it may Concern. MR. R. SHORT has been favoured with instruc- tions to SELL by PUBLIC AUCTION, 011 SATURDAY, the 2nd of MARCH, 1872, on the Wharf, near the Glasgow Steam Com- pany's Warehouse, East Dock Basin, about 200 kegs of WHITE LEAD. The Sale will take pbcc at half-past Eleven for Twelve o'clock. For further particulars, apply to the Auctioneer, Bute Docks, Cardiff. 395 RJPHE SOUTH WALES DAILY NEWS. JL CARDIFF DELIVERY. Persons who experience any difficulty in obtaining the SOUTH WALES DAILY NEWS, regularly and promptly, are informed that the following Agents undertake the delivery of the paper to sub- scribers in their respective districts every morning before break- fast :— TOWN.—Mr. PHILEMON THOMAS, Bookseller, 90, St. Mary-street. BUTE DOCKS.—Mr. HA YXES, Bookseller, Rothosay-terrace. ROATH.—Mr. SHAPCOTT, Newsagent, Post Office. CANTON I-)TKIl> Newsagent, 60, Severn-road. WHITCHURCH j PENARTH.—Mr. E. MAY, Newsagent, &c., Glebe-street. RAILWAY WAGGON WORKS, CARDIFF. RAILWAY WAGGONS FOR CASH. RAILWAY WAGGONS ON REDEMPTION LEASE. RAILWAY WAGGONS ON HIKE. RAILWAY WAGGONS OF ALL SIZES. RAILWAY WAGGONS OF EVERY DESCRIPTION. WILLIAM SNEEZUM, WAGGON BUILDER AND CONTRACTOR, NEW WORKS, EAST MOORS, CARDIFF, BRANCH WORKS, BETWEEN THE EAST AND'WEST DOCKS, CARDIFF. CONTRACTS MADE FOR REPAIRS AND MAINTENANCE. DEPOTS AT ABERDARE, LLANTRISANT AND RADSTOCK. 375 HEALTH SECURED BY THE USE OF JLL DAVIES'S TONIC, APERIENT, AND LIVER PILLS, which are a most efficient remedy for persons suffering from indi- gestion, liver complaints, costiveness, sickness, wind in the stomach, towness of spirits, singing noises in the ears, nervousness, palpi- tation of the heart, giddiness, headache, piles, gravel, tic doloreux, fee. They may be taken with safety at any season of the year, and require no confinement to the house; on the contrary, moderate sxercise promotes their good effects. • One trial will ensure their being registered as "The Family Pills," so gentle is their action, 3D certain their cure. Sold in boxes at Is. ld. and 2s. 9d. each. Prepared and sold by the sole proprietor, Thomas Howell, Phar- maceutical Chemist, Bute-street, Cardiff; and may be had of all espectable chemists. Sent direct for 14 or 36 stamps. 109 TO ADVERTISERS. NPHE SOUTH WALES DAILY NEWS has already attained a circulation larger than that of any other daily or weekly paper in the Principality, being upwards of 10,000 Copies a Day. The SOUTH WALES DAILY NEWS is distributed through- out GLAMORGANSHIRE, MONMOUTHSHIRE, CARMARTHENSHIRE, PEMUUOKESHIRK, CARDIGANSHIRE, and portions of BRECONSHIRE and RADNORSHIRE, and as a general Advertising Medium for South Wales and Monmouthshire it is superior to any other newspaper. CIIlEF OFFICES: 11, ST. MARY STREET, CARDIFF. PROPRIETORS: D. DUNCAN & SONS. PIANOFORTES AND HARMONIUMS JL LARGEST STOCK IN WALES. THOMPSON AND SHACKELL, (PATENTEES OF THE ROYAL ORCHESTRAL PIANOFORTE). PIANOFORTE SHOWROOMS— 4, QUEEN-STREET, CROCKHERBTOWN, CARDIFF, AND 13 & 13A, GUILDHALL-SQUARE, CARMARTHEN. PIANOFORTES" By all the Best Makers. PIANOFORTES For SALE' and Hire, 011 easy terms. PIANOFORTES At Prices to suit all Parties. PIANOFORTES (Old) taken in Exchange. PIANOFORTES Supplied on the Three Years' System. HARMONIUMS By all the Best Makers. HARMONIUMS For Churches and Chapels. HARMONIUMS jnL For the Drawing-room, the School-room, TE A R M 0 N I U M S or the Cottage. HARMONIUMS Warranted from Five Guineas. HARMONIUMS Supplied for Monthly Payments. Music half-price post free to any address. THOMPSON AND SHACKELL were the first to introduce the now celebrated THREE YEARS' SYSTBM into Wales, full particulars of which will be forwarded on inquiry. From their thorough knowledge of the Pianoforte Business, they are enabled to select instruments with special ad- vantage to purchasers, ALL OF INFERIOR MAKE mmw ENTIRELY EXCLUDED FROM THEIR STOCK. Discount allowed on all CASH TRANSACTIONS. CAPTAINS AND SHIPPERS SUPPLIED ON LIBERAL TERMS. Price List post free on application. THOMPSON AND SHACKELL, CARDIFF AND CARMARTHEN. 132 JJ R. WILLIAMS AND CO. IMPORTERS OF PURE AND UNBRANDIED WINES AND SPIRITS, 3, LIME-STREET, LONDON, Beg to intimate that supplies of their Wines and Spirits may be obtained of EVANS AND CO., TEA AND COFFEE SALESMEN, HIGH-STREET, CARDIFF. Orders for any quantity will meet with immediate attontion on application as above, and if preferred will be delivered carriage free direct from London. 18(58 VINTAGE PORTS. The Ports of 1868 possess those rare qualities necessary to Wines of high character, viz. :—natural richness, fine colour, ex- treme delicacy, with good body and bouquet, besides being per- fectly free from Oidium (for the first time for the long period of eighteen years), and, consequently cannot fail to develope quali- ties of the highest excellence. Believing from the success that attended the Ports referred to ill our letter to The Times of the 21st of October, 1865, that those Wines cannot fail to give equal, and evea much greater satisfac- tion, and that they will speedily develope their fine qualities in Bottle and become elegant as well as valuable Wines, we with confidence offer the pure Vintage Fort of 1863 to your favourable consideration. BRAND—H. R. WILLIAMS & Co., OPORTO, 18&. For Quarter Per Hogshead P P; RVSIR NF *TR IPE OI Per Dozen. 28 gallons. 56 gallons. Equal to 14 Equal to 28 dozen dozen. ao/etl- 41 10 0 t 19 0 0 V37 0 0 £ 73 0 0 jor 27/13 per doz. or 26/9 per doz. Or 26/21 per dozen No charge for bottling; corks 6d. per dozen ext-ra; bottles and cases are charged, but are allowed for on their return at the same rate. 247 JGROWN AND POLSON'S CORN FLOUR IS GENUINE. PACKETS 1M, 3d. and Gd. BEST, 2d., 4d, 8d. CAUTION AGAINST UNSCRUPULOUS FRAUD. INFERIOR QUALITIES OBTAINED AT LITTLE MORE THAN HALF THE COST OF BROWN AND POLSON'S, ARE SOMETIMES SUBSTITUTED. 298 Homoeopathic Medicines and Handbook.—300 pages, bound, Is., by post for 11 stamps. THE HOMOEOPATHIC FAMILY IN- STRUCTOR, (an Epitome of). By RICHARD EPPS, M.R.C.S. A hundred diseases are fully described and prescribed for. Lon- don: James Epps and Co., Homasopatliic Chemists, 48, Thread- Eeedle-street; 170, Piccadilly; and 112, Great Russell-street. Cardiff: Howell, 255, Bute-street; Drane, 8, Queen-street Crockherbtown. Bridgend; John Lloyd, Dunraven-place. Neath W. Hibbert. Merthyr: E. Thomas, 143, High-street. Agents for Epps's Glycerine Jujubes, for Cough, Throat-Irrita tion, Voice. Sold only in labelled boxes, 6d. and Is. CAUTION.—Each bottle or tube of medicine is secured by a bane. over the cork bearing the signature, "James .Epps and Co., Homceopatliic Chemists, London," without which in no case can they be genuine. 320a 1If'
THE MINES' REGULATION BILL. The miners' delegates, representing the several miners' associations throughout the country, have been sitting during the past week examining the details of the Mines' Regulation Bill, now before Parliament. On Saturday the Trades' Union Congress Parliamentary Committee had an interview with them for the purpose of ascertaining how far the Bill of the Government met the requirements of the mining population. The dele- gates reported that after the most mature deliberation they considered the Bill, on the whole, as a fair and honest attempt on the part of the Government to deal with this important but most vexatiously delayed ques- tion. It was resolved that the Parliamentary Committee should make known the feeling of the miners' delegates to the Trades' Unions of the country, and request their active support to the measure of the Government, so that they may be enabled to successfully carry it through the House of Commons during the present session. Mr. Alexander ilf'Doilald,-t and Mr. George Howell were deputed to make known the above to the Trades' Unions of the United Kingdom.
KERN ick's DANDELION COFFEE, refreshing, healthy, and much ap- proved, is a most valuable beverage for preserving a healthy con- dition of the liver and stomach, and as an aid to more potent medicines. In canisters at 6d., 10d., and Is. 6d. each. Shop- keepers may be supplied by the proprietor, or the following whole- sale agents :-Leonard and Robinson, Bristol; Clutterlmck and Grifini, Bristol; Hugh Bevan, wholesale grocer, Bridgend Ivy and Davies, commission agents, Swansea. 180 A VISIT TO Erps's COCOA MANUFACTORY.—Through the kindness of Messrs. Epps, I recently had an opportunity of seeing the many complicated and varied processes the Cacao bean passes through ere it is sold for public use, and, being both interested and highly pleased with what I saw during my visit to the manufac- tory, I thought a brief account of the Cacao, and the way it is manufactured by Messrs. Epps, to fit it for a wholesome and nu- tritious beverage, might be of interest to the readers of Land and Water."—See article in Land and Water, Oct. 14th. 319 NOTICE. Letters and other communications intended for publication in this journal should be authenticated by the name of the writer, and addrcsud to the. EDITOR. Rejected MS. cannot be returned. Orders for advertisements or eopies of the paper, and other strictly business communications, should be addressed to the MANAGER, SOUTH WALES DAILY Nyws Offiec, Cardiff. Post Office Orders should be made payable to MESSRS. DUNCAN AND SONS, 11, St. Mary-street, Cardiff. ===-=-a- =-=:-==:=:r.=:=====.=-.=-=
TO CORRESPONDENTS. We desire to impress upon our representatives and friends the absolute necessity of sending in their reports immediately, so that they may appear upon the morning of the day following that on which the events transpire. Except under very exceptional circumstances Poetry cannot be published in our columns. .)..IA.J- -¥.lid 17
THURSDAY, FEB. 20, 1872. ALTHOUGH money seems to be getting plentiful, and the rate of discount at the Bank is reduced, France requires a great deal of shaking before she gets into a settled condition. To-day we read of enthusiasm for M. THIERS to-morrow of renewed affection for the Bonapartes. The white flag is scoffed at now and then, and the Bourbons are derided then follow plausible tales of fusion and restoration of Monarchy. It is evident La Belle France is as fickle as ever, and does not know her own mind. We are bound, however, to say that at the present moment there does appear to be something like system going on. It is unde; stood that a better feeling exists between the old BOURBON family and that of ORLEANS. The general principles of constitutional monarchy, although not recognised by the Comte de CIIAM- BORD in the letter, are accepted in the spirit, and those obstacles which have hitherto been supposed to prevent fusion, have lost much of their weight. In courtly phrase, we may say that his Majesty HENRY V. deigns to concede a few legitimate points for the sake of lessening opposition. This step, which lie ought to have taken six or nine months ago, receives encouragment by what is transpiring in the Assembly. Parties are really now combining for a common object, and although M. THIERS professes to be pleased with the pro- spect of having united action, we doubt if he is altogether satisfied at the turn things are taking for if the compact contemplated really does grow and strengthen, there will be an end to dalliance with the Republic and to the PRESIDENT'S power. The person wh* succeeds him will be a Royal Prince. It is only the charm which M. THIERS is supposed to have over the Germans which has kept him at the helm so many months but there are signs-and substantial ones too—that the indispen- sability of the PRESIDENT will not be much longer believed in. The only way to rid the soil of the German soldiers is to pay off the debt, and there is a very wide-spread desire just now to make great efforts for this purpose. In many of the large towns committees are being formed, and munificent sums subscribed for liquidating the indemnity. Directly anything like a tangible result is obtained, the in- fluences which have hitherto sustained M. THIERS will disappear. If proof were wanting of his grow- ing weakness, it would "be found in the fact of Bonapartism again raising its head. The return of M. ROUHER is a remarkable event, and so was his reception at the tomb of M. CONTI. Contrasted with what would have happened six months ago, it was little less than a triumph. The return of Im- perialism, however, will not yet have to be heralded. A process has to be gone through—we were going to say the usual process. France will never be satisfied until she has once more made an experi- ment of constitutional monarchy. If this should fail, then might come the time for a restoration of the Empire. Evidently NAPOLEON III and his sup- porters are of the same opinion. They take no steps of sufficient importance to warrant the supposition of intrigue. They keep their faith, and that is all. M. ROUlIER represents the prin- ciple, and watches events, but there will be nothing like a surprise for some time to come. Truly may it be said that monarchy will soon be on its trial. Of what stuff are the Comte de CHAMBORD and the ORLEANS Princes made 1 Will they seek to impose unpalatable traditions, or will they adapt them- selves to circumstances 1 These are the alternatives on which depend the vitality and welfare of France. All that disinterested observers can say is, the sooner the choice is made and the experiment commenced the better. Despite some good things done during the interregnum, matters are yet at a stand-still.. National regeneration has scarcely begun the wounds of the war are unhealed and all because the country has had no Government it could respect or put trust in. There is, happily, now some chance of a favourable commencement of the process of recovery. Republicanism is on its trial, and should the system fail, there will be no alternative but to accept a constitutional mon- archy. i
'VJt had an illustration, in the way the people of this and other localities passed last Tuesday, of the absence of method and forethought peculiar to the national character, whenever purposes other than those of a strictly business nature are sought be accomplished. In many parts of Wales no notice whatever was taken of Thanksgiving Day work went on as usual; trade was not suspended even for an hour, and events flowed on in the ordinary channel of every-day life. In other places shops were closed in the afternoon churches were thrown open at night feeble attempts at illumina- tion were made, and a morning devoted to wonted occupations, was followed by an evening of hesi- tant and bewildering vacuity. In the principal towns, whose Mayors were fortunate enough to obtain an invitation to- be present at the cere- mony at Saint Paul's Cathedral, the day waS observed as a holiday." People wandered list- lessly about, apparently in a state of perplexity as to the cause of .their being so engaged. A handful