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V „ tl :m*. fcV_ T r> rr "0 ^ae' L vill AM N D SON'S ,Nt." FTL COAT DEPARTMENT "t co"-r- .JLt' THE NEWEST STYLES FOR THE PRESENT SEASON. jt 'I J 27 ST. MARY-STREET, CARDIFF. I 1 1424 ■IT? O "OENJAMIN, I" xt* X> -r 1 ^PASTRY COOK AND CONFECITONER, I- CUOCKHE IBTOWN, AND 14, TRINITY-STR JZT.CARDJFA fl A l criers in the above line promptly e-zecuted. LCH BRIDE CAKES, HIGHLY ORNAMENTED, 1 On the shortest notice 1455 P. IVE Y. AND DAVIES, ■ "DISTRICT MANAGERS, LESMMEREIALUNION LIFE ASSURANCE ■ COMPANY. P- R -RIRSTPJCT MANAGERS, I &RWICH & LONDON ACCIDENTAL CO. 1^ r AGENTS, J PLANET GUARANTEE SOCIETY. AGENTS, OMME, ftClAL UNION FIRE ASSURANCE M COMPANY. 1 ADELAIDE CHAMBERS, SWANSEA. f-< v IVEY AND DAVIES, ■ -L- c- ACCODNTASTS. • P IVEY AND DAVIES, BIT AtrCTIONElBS. §K*T> TVEY AND DAVIES, JMjL 1* A ACDITOHS K*P TVEY AND DAVIES. F|H-# APPRAISER. \t: p TVEY AND DAVIES, BROKEBS.. Hv*P IVEY AND DAVIES. 1 J" BOOKS BU-ANCKD. 1 P- IYEY AND D AVI E^'USINESS JJ-EUOTIATOBS. ■ OP TVTY AND DAVIES, 1st AVia CONTRACTORS. mr~i- f> TVEY A.ND DAVIES, HT> r. IV^X DEBT COXECTOBS. M P. rraY AND bavie|sme kam *• IVEY AN'D DAVIE^00ffl ICHTS. 1 [| rri H,/ D A V I E S, ■I (Messrs! G^ Ivey & Davies) ■1 AUCTIONEER, ACCOUNTANT, &c., ■j" ADELAIDE CHAMIERS, | SWANSEA.. ■ JNSURANCL !>, P. XVIIY AND DAVIES, INSUR-NCE AGENTS. P. IVEY AND DAVIES, ■H *RT INSURXCE AGENTS JOB ■1*^ P. IVEY AND DAVIES, ■ \JT INSURANCE AGENTS FOB #4. P. IVEY AND DAVIES, *• Jr INSORWCB AGENTS FOB ±-' A*CIDEKT3. I CI P. IVEY AND DAVIES, VI « INSDEVITCE AGENTS FOR JiATK GLA^S. P. IVEY AND DAVIES, VT V INSUIAXCE AGISTS FOR CATTLE. GP. IVEY AND DAVIES, \JT < INSURANCE AcmNTS FOR FARM STOCK. R. TVE Y AND DAVIES, VJTE INSURANCE AGENTS FOK JMABIKB. fl p. IVEY AND DAVIES, ,I VI A INSURANCE AGENTS GTJA- RAN^EE & FIDELITY P. IVEY AND DAVIES, VJT, INSURANCE IN CONNEO- TION WITH LOANS. I P. IVEY AND DAVIES, T E PARTNERSHIPS AE- — E&ngeb. P. IVEY AND DAVIES, F, STACKS VALUED. A P. IVEY AND DAVIES, • Sr. IRES—BUILDING SO- CIETIES. PI P. IVEY AND DAVIES,' U, SEABES—RAILWAYS. P. IVEY AND DAVIES, \J« SHARES—GAS COMPANIES • GP. IVEY AND DAVIES,, • SIUBES—MINES. Q P. IVEY & DAVIES'S .1 -LVNOUNCFIUENTS. <FLLO BE LET, with immec liat) possesion, ;a good | BUSINESS IIOTEij, in the uP;>1"^U 'id of the North and South Docks, Swansea. lean', together with Goodwill, Fixtures, Fit! »v,v ciri.sehoM Yumiture to be disposed of very che: J)»piy G. K- Ivey and Davies, Adelaide Chambers, a ilea. WINE AND SPIRIT BU$INESS.TO BE ^DISPOSED OF, a very 'jable Wine aBrl Spirit BUSINESS, in one of the m {.ipuious towns. I /South Wales. Incoming about i a. Ow/. ^Afidress, G. P. rey and Davies, Swansea. y BUILDING SOCIETY SHARES.—FOR ^ALE, SIX SHARES in a prospei 'ous Bulding Society. trticulars Messrs. G. P. Ivey and BaviB^Swansea. TO be LET, for six m onths furnished »r unfur- nished, a HOUSE in Wa! ters-roal, Swansea. pply to G. P. Ivey and Davies, Swan sea_ T^REEHOLD.—WAJ ^TED TO PURCHASE, • 1<> mUes of Swan 3e, {rtn 4 to 6 Acres of FREE- HOLD LAND for Buildi: nz Panoses. Address. G. P. Ivey and Davies. Swansea. 0 Q P- IVF AIV DAVIES, f G ENE R ALe 0 MIS nON AG ENTS, ADELAID- HiMBEES, RT PIANOFORT* iS J HARMONIUMS, LAT« 51 STy WALES. THOai' a\HACKELL, (PiTSiniflB 0 PU50F0BHE), 4, QUEEN-STRr CARDIFF, AND 13 & 18A, CA^M ATTTTTYTTIF T> IAN' TEST.—. hotspur's JBy all th, Beat Makers. X> I A N lenced bofc J- Jted in one cd Hire, on c«ay terms. • T lays, accordii; experiment WJ to suit all Parties i: »e merely a re' m on the ^Uf taken in Exchange. iellero^ho a^Kthe Three Years' System. • r c Sy 411 the Best Makers. lor Churches and Chapels. '■ 1'% "VbOM, the School-room,' id Cottage. -EWe Guineas. i ° entil I j SHAOTH^NSM^ j celobratet j R AshT)R.- Lj ? MD OK' LIBKItU.^ WjL, n applies#' ,• y I li business ddttsSts. D. JOTHAM AND SON'S TROUSERS AND VESTS (TO MATCH), I THE ASSORTMENT IN THIS DEPARTMENT IS 1 UNRIVALLED IN THE PRINCIPALITY. THE TROUSERS CANNOT BE SURPASSED 1 FINISH AND EXCELLENCY OF CUT At Prices \vhich will meet with one-i approbation. 27, ST: MARY-STREET, CARDIFF. SUMMER SEASON, 1872. W. HUGHES Thom as Has great pleasure ia announcing thfct in his VISIT to LONDON this week he has obtained some RARE NOVELTIES for the SUMMER SEASON. V THE SHOW DAY is fixed for SATURDAY, the 1st JUNE. The Principal Attractions of the Season are in COSTUMES and POLONAISE, the Variety and Elegantu of whiei are most pleas- ing. Those composed of MUSLIN and TASSQIe CLOTIIS are Great Novelties. The New MILLINERY will ftIly sustain the high reputation which this department has so lonj enjoyed The CASHMERE and LACE MANTLES are Varkd in Style and Moderate in Price. There are also some specialties in BALL DRESSES. i The Long CURTAINS are Worthy of Notice, and\he SILK and PLAIN DRAPERY GOODS are still offered at old pices An Early Call is earnestly solicited. QUEEN-STREET, CARDIFF, 1177 MA*%h> 1872. CARDIFF, 24 & ;5-UKE SlRE^T. SELLING'OFF! SELLING OFFt DISPOSING OF BUSINESS AND LEAVING CARDIFF- ELLS AND NEAL Are OFFERING the whole of their STOCK at such prices as must effect a Speedy Cleanup "&R CASH ONLY. f 931 D U K EST RE E T, 0 A. R D IFF, MADAM, or Having arranged for Dispos/ng of our Business, we shalPiffer immediately for Cash4he yhole of our STOCK, at such prices that must be advantageous to purchasers. 1Ife are, Madcin, Yours respectfully, > ELLS & NEAL. The Dress Department is especially WOhof attention, comprising Glaed Alpacas, Mbhairs, Tasso Cloths, Fancy Japanese Silks, Piques, Prinis, &c., of the latest style. 932 rjl O READY MONEY BUYERS. W. PRICE & SONS, For Fashionable ReadyrMade Clothing. W. PRICE & SONS, For New Summer Overcoats. W. PRICE & SONS, For Double-Breast Frock Coats. W. PRICE & SONS, For Double-Breast Beanfort Coats. W. PRICE & SONS, For Light Trousers and Vests. W. PRICE & SONS, t F6r Boys' Sailor Suits. W. PRICE & SONS, For Yachting Suits. ADDRESS :-CAltDIFF HOUSE. CARDIFF. 136 D LEWIS,. CABINET MAKER • AND UPHOLSTERER, CARDIFF, Respectfully invites the attention of parties about to Furnish to his EXTENSIVE STOCK of CABINET GOODS, CARPETS, DAMASKS, CHINTZ, BEDDING, LINOLEUM, FLOOR CLOTHS, &c., all of which are of the newest design and of the bqst manufacture. N.B.-An assortment of PlANOFORrES by best makers for Sale and Hire. r 101 J) RICHARDS, HATTER, HOSIER, GLOVER, &c., 13, HIGH STREET, CARDIFF. ■; ESTABLISHED 1816. All who can appreciate « STYLE AND QUALITY, I And are desirous of GETTING BEST VALUE FOR THEIR MONEY, Are invited to make their PURCHASES AT THE ABOVE ESTABLISHMENT. 190 C ASH versus CREDIT. W. K O R N E R, HOSIERY, SHIRTMAKER, SCARF AND TIE MERCER, &c., 27, 29, & 31, ROYAL ARCADE, AND 178, BUTE-ROAD, CARDIFF. ALL THE LATEST NOVELTIES FOR THE SEASON. Immense Assortment of Gentlemen's Scarves and Ties. PLAN AND Fancy Hosiery OF EVERY DESCRIPTION. A Choice Assortment of Ladies' Ft:.cy Drapery. ALL GOODS AT THE LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICES. FOR CASH ONLY. 815 ROYlL AGRICULTURAL SHOW. f Visitors to the above would do well to select their BOOTS AND SHOES From the IMMENSE STOCK of WILLIAM C. PEACE'S, ROYAL ARCADE BOOT AND SHOE WAREHOUSE. The larget, best, and most fashionable Stock of Ladies', Gentle- men's, Chidren's, and Infants' BOOTS and SHOES of good quality conbined with lo'w prices. W. C. PEACE, ROYAL ARCADE, HAYES END, CARDIFF. 1450 LAWI MOWERS, GARDEN ROLLERS GARDEN SEATS, TABLES, GalvanisedWire Netting, Croquet Netting, Indiarubber Hose and Brass Fttings, Watering Pots, and every other requisite for the Lawn or Garden in great variety. TheLargest Stock in South Wales to select from of „ BATHS TRAVELLING BOXES, AND JAPAN GOODS CROSS BROTHERS, SilNT MARY STREET, CARDIFF. 968 O ROYAL AGRICULTURAL SHOW. NE HUNDRED VISITORS TO CARDIFF CAN BE ACCOMMODATED WITH BOARD OR LODGING AT THE FOLLOWING FIVE J'BRITBH. WORKMAN" PUBLIC HOUSES No. 1.—40Milhcent-street, corner of Mary Ann-street. 2.—85 Bute-street, near the Pier-head. 3.—Ojposite the Post-office, Penarth. „ 4.—13 14, and 15, Whitinore-lane, opposite the Custom-house Shipping-office „ 5. l,Llandaff Road, opposite the Market House, Canton. A. public-house without strong drink, J Where yoij.jnay sit, talk,, read, and think, > Then safely home return." Refreshments at aioderate charges. Come, and welcome. Sub- sections funiishing are muchneeded.-JoiiN CORY, Treasurer. I*- CMART, ylon. Sec. 2126 PARSONS, FLETCHER & CO.'S INDIAN ST/RCH. Trade Mark.—AN ELEPHAKT. -pARSOTS, FLETCHER & CO.'S INDIAN STARCH I'orlnirity ,JL_ and 'Jeauty of Colour. &«K1&cHER & C0,'S INI)^ STARCHfolLace^ .!> aan«re to the iron. PARSON"S. FLETCHER .I: CO" 'S INDIAN ^ABCH^anag, JL ¡its ene8Ø in the dampest weather. nroiuFraSoH i. an £ ARSONS, FLETCHfiR & CO.'S" INDIAN STARCH. The inci;eased demand is proof of its eKocUence. • • I^ARSON; FLETCHER & CO/S INDIAN STA^F^L^LCKED JL i. t-fod lib. packets, al^in boxes, and ID 51b. • N GRAVEfl^IANE, TT MAT «S BAD EVK^VWASIU. '< rf U; ■■ f. ,r v business; d4ttssts. D. JOTHAM AND SON'S # VESTS *7 ARE CUT ON A f: MOST IMPROVED SYSTEM, > AND ARE MADE IN ALL THE NEW MATE-RMS7 ..1 .• w v:y K SUMMER WEAR. ■' J a 1- '27, ST. MARY-STREET, CARDIFF. T^REDBBI(J:K W A R E, (Late WARK AND SONS), TAILOR AND PvOBE MAKER, ESTABLISHED1- HALF-A-CENTOBY, BRISTOL AND CARDIFF. SOUTH, ,y ALEs, ESTABLISHMENT .,J.1 DU K.STR £ ET, CARDIFF. m YORKSHIRE RELISH. JL r-ille most DEiaciotra SAUCB in the WORLD to CHOPS, J5TEAKS, FISH, &c. Sold by all Grocers and Oilmen x in Bottles 6d., Is., Mid 2s. each. Tra/ie mark—WillG* pattern plate. » » fpRiBTORS—GOOD ALL, BACKHOUSE & CO., LEEDS. 61 ~r7 P E T E R P R i C E, CARDIFF AGENT TO THE SCOTTISH WIDOWS' FUND. Accumulated Fund £ 5,200,000 Annual Income. 630,000 Annual Premium Revenue 376,386 "I A purely'Mutual Company, very economically managed, and having an Accumulated Fund eight times as large as its premium revenue, is the ideal Company for an insurer. "Set turd ay Review, Oct. 2,1809. The Scottish Widows' is "purely Mutual very economically managed," and, as the above statement shows, the Accumulated Fund I. twelve times the amount of its Premium Revenue. The balance sheets and information which Mr. Cave's Bill com- pels Life Assurance Offices to publish, have been voluntarily pub- lished by the Scottish Widows' Society since 1825, tod may be obtained of Mr. Peter Price, 3,'Crockherbtown, Cardiff. 106 r WHEELER & WILSON'S SEWING MACHINE M'F'G COMPANY, Supplied by .y„ C R\o S S BROTHERS, V.ST. MARY-STREET, CARDIFF. ST. MARY-STREET, CARDIFF. 1 ■ » THE tl^L.COX AND GIBBS SILiNT SEWING MACHINE, 81pplietl through their Agents, CROSS BROTHERS, ST. MARY-STREET. CARDIFF. ALSO AGENTS FOR'THE WENS, SHA^ESPERE, AND AGENORIA HAND DEWING MACHINES. Either of the above ma.) be had on the Easy Payment System. CROSS BROTHERS, ST. MARY^^EET) CARDIFF. —: s. • ■ sec F-LECTRO-FLKTED GOODS. J. T. BARRY, 9, DURE-STREET, CARDIFF fe ♦ & olock MAKKR, &c.t SfKM1 '• "-»• to Furmsh to his STOCK of, ELECTRO-PL AIEDiON NICKEL SILVER. ± ORKb, SPQONB &a to "oiw'anve# stand the wear o^many and finish> and wU1 p8- L?W AS ,4'T ^ONDOX HOUSE. ^Patterns and Pnce List on app]iL.t;on. 20g CARDIFF PERMANENT BENEFIT c BUILDING SOCIETY. SsART'Fs'Fr^mniAM'V CI^AS- V' DAVID- Esq., a't r? v Es(l- (MATOll OF CARDIFF.) tie feiiowing Agents to the Society have been appointed, viz. :— <> MERTHYR, ABERDARE, A^D TROEfiYRHIEW. Mr. DAVID EVANS, Auctioneer, Merthyrand' Aberdare. „ FOR PONTYPRIDD AND THE RBpNDDA VALLEY. 1^* T. ALEXANDER, Auctioneer & Accountant, Pontypridd. FOR BRIDGEND, MAESTEG, AND CGMORSi VALLEY. jvir. • WILLIAM GLADDISH, Grocer, Dunraveiipiace, Bridgend. FOR WALNUT TREE BRIDGE, TAFFl WELL, MELIN- GRIFFITH, AND PENTYtcH. Mr. W. EYANS, Junction Shop, Walnut TreV Bride. SUMS FROM X50 TO £1000 READY TO BE ADVANCED AT ANY TIME. Apply to any of the above Agents, or to the Wersigned, T\ T a C PETER PWCE, Secretary Dated, Society's Office. 3, Crockherhtown. Caitiff. 907 PRINCIPALITY PBRMAKENT BENEFIT BUILDING SeCIETil. ESTABLISHED 1860. OFFICE 8, ROYAL ARCADE CAJUlFF. This is the OLDEST & CHEAP LST E-OCIETY in the neghbourhood. DECLARATiON OF BONUS:— INVESTORS have realised nearh- 12 PER CENT, PER ASnum iw?^JCen ?ald more than as Bonus. BORROWERS who have made their full repayments have been paia so large an amount of Bonus as to REDITE their interest Si per cent. per annum. DEPOSITS are taken, for which 5 per cent. per annum interes4 is paid without deductions. Shares may be taken apC Jjepoxv made daily, at the Office as above. 350 WM. SANDERS, Searetar y. MR. THOS. WEBBER, IIOUSE & ESTATE OFFICES, 32, ROYAL ARCADE, CARDIFF, desires the attention of his friends and the general public to the following an- nouncements:- INSURANCES effected on Property from Is. 6d. pei ACCIDENTAL AND GUARANTEE INSURANCES. SICKNESS INSURANCES AND ENDOWMENTS. LIFE ASSURANCE in all its branches. Mutual Assurance without any additional liability, miking the amount assuree payable in life time without extra payment. MONEY LENT on MORTGAGE at 5 per cent., or on PER- SONAL SECURITY at Special Rites to include Life As- surance, repayable by instalments. GOOD AGENTS WANTED for a first-class Mutual Life Office in all towns in South Wales where not fully represented.. Apply as above to THOS. WEBBER, F.R.S.L., District Manager. N.B. —Caution. —The present time being favourable to various shallow schemes, T.W. would add, for the assurar.ee of the public, that he represents only first-class offices Prospectuses on ap. plication. 662 ESSAS. BAKER AND CO., ivi Of 64, REDCLIFF-STRUT, 67, REDCLIFF-HILL, and REDCLIFF BACKS, Having placed the management of the Hot Water Apparatus in the hands of Mr. Charles Jones, who liap had so many years' practical experience in the line in Bristol, Messrs. B. and Co. are prepared to give ESTIMATES for HOT WATER APPARATUS of improved constructioh. warranted to act well, suitable for heating Hot-houses, Mansions,$aths, and Public jpstitutions. Estimate prices strictly adhered to. Messrs. Baiter and Co. also carry on the Blaeksmi thing and Tin, Zinc, Copper, and Brass working Businesses. BAKER AND CO., IRONMONGERS, IRON MERCHANTS, AND MANUFACTURERS, 67, REDCLIFF-HILL, AND REDCLIFF BACKS, BRISTOL. ESTABLISHED 1823. 1438 pERRYMAN'S CARRIAGE, RAILWAY, STREET, AND SHIPS' SIGNAL LAMPS, AKD BENT GLASS MANUFACTORY, 10 and 11, OLD KING-STREET, BRISTOL. 1434 SECURITY IN CREDIT TRANSACTION'S.—PROMPT SETTLEMENTS GUARANTEED. F LINT AN,D COMPANY, BRITISH AND FOREIGN COMMERCIAL INQUIRY OFFICES. LONDON-Bow-Iane, and 58, Cheapside, E.C.; GLAS GOW—S3' Renfield-street DUBLIN 10, Henry-street; CORK — 70' South Mall if MANCHESTER-SS. Moseley-atreet, and 6,8, and 10, Bend-street; LEICESTER-42, BeiVoir-street. The WEEKLY GAZETTE contains the whole of the various lists of Preferential Securities (as required by Act of Parliament to be registered) for the whole of Great Btitain and Ireland. These Lists include Bill of Sale (whether absolute or condi- tional); Warrants of Attorney and Cognovits; Judges' Orders; County Court Judgments; Irish Judgments; Scotch protested Bills, Bankruptcies, Assignments, Dissolutions, &c., &c. STATUS INFORMATION.—Subscribers c*u obtain informa- tion in reference to the commercial status of parties giving "Orders for goods. Three postage stamps to be forwarded with each English inquiry; Foreign ones at special rates. No sub- scriber need forward goods to a stranger or doubtful customer, without first obtaining, from the registers at the offices, or by inquiries made within the- district where the applicant may reside, information relating to the present commercial position of the party. All inquiries are private and confidential, the name of the subscriber making the inquiry is not mentioned to the correspondents, neither are the names of correspondents made known to subscribers. COLLECTION OF ACCOUNTS.—Debts are recovered in all parts of Great Britain and Ireland upon a new and special arrangement adopted bv these offices. MONTHLY REMITTANCES are made to subscribers of all moneys received by the Office during the preceding month on their account, whether in full or on account of,claims. COMMISSION is charged only upon amouBtseith»r actually recovered and paid over by the Office, or satimt^fily settled by private arrangement with thf flr -flitr, r The "fl"the s&iisr1"" y'l&s&rst O" ->* V £ *SSS2. ,e ,¡i-'t.c¡Ç\ .Z, ,¡t. r ffiusittess ffidresses. JZ). JOTHAM AND SON., | WOOLLEN MERCHANTS, HATTERS, HOSIERS, AND. GENERAL OUTFITTERS, TO ALL CLASSES. "I 27, ST. MARY-STREET, CARDIFF. 4» I' TO DEALERS IN BUTTER, CHEESE BACON, &c. J. D. THOMAS, GROCER, &c., LLANDYSSIL Is prepared to buy, and deliver at the Llandygsil Station to any address, any quantity of, the J CELEBRATED^BUTTER, CHEESE, BACON, &c xh°ef ^y.^7' Tiyy™ey*. on Commission. tn J < ,1 '5 i^xpei^cnce> and prompt attention to all ordcis, may be fully relied on. Terns on application. 625. CARDIFF W A A 257 & 258, BUTE-STREET, CARDIFF,, "W ILL OFFER GREAT ATTRACTION TO W BUYERS DURING THE ROYAL SHOW. Visitors are invited to an inspection of the following special lines. Ym for ROYAL TROUSERS, 13s. 6d. YEO „ TWEED SUITS TO ORDER, 48s. YEO » NICOLL'S GARMENTS. WOBLD-BENOWKED. YEO » JUVENILI; CLOTHING. FROM THE BEST MAKERS. YE0 PATENTED HATS, CAPS, TIES, AND TBAVELLIN# BEQUISITES. "VTEO ALL KINDS of LIGHT CLOTHING SUITABLE FOK EVEBY CLASS, AND AT SUCH PRICES AS TO BE WITHIN THE REACH OF ALL. -PHILLIP YEO, i' PRACTICAL TAILOR AND PROPRIETOR, ESTABLISHED 1859. 342 ROYAL AGRICULTURAL SHOW. J. G. PROGER, PLUMBER, GASFITTER, &c., 12 AND 13, TRINITY.STREET, CARDIFF; Begs to announce that he has just completed an Alteration of his Premises, and added a 0 SHOW-ROOM FOR GAS-FITTINGS. His New Stock comprises a large and varied Assortment of GAS- FITTINGS, GASALIERS, HALL-LIGHTS, &c., of the most Recent Design. J. G. PROGER will occupy STAND 273 AT THE ROYAL AGRICULTURAL p SOCIETY'S SHOW, 1 Where he will Exhibit a CHOICE SELECTION of GOODS from Stock, including ♦ GAS-FITTINGS, BAR-FITTINGS, BREWERS' FITTINGS, BATH AND CLOSET FITTINGS, AND GENERAL PLUMBING FITTINGS; Also, T'ARIETY OF SPECIAL EXHIBITS. 1436 THE ROYAL SHOW, CARDIFF. C. S. WINDOVER, COACH BUILDER TO HER MAJESTY, 32, and 33, Long Acre, London, Begs respectfully to inform the Nobility and Gentry that he will EXHIBIT AT THE FORTHCOMING SHOW, a large assortment of his celebrated HICKORY AND STEEL CARRIAGES, Elegant, light, and strong, wijth all the Latest Improvements and Novelties. Gentlemen requiring Carriages are invited to withhold their orders until they make an inspection of the above, which hw* gained Prize Medals at all the late Exhibitions. 1064 ARQUEES AND TENTS! JOHN SINTART, 38, ADAM-STREET, CARDIFF, TENT AND MARQUEE PROPRIETOR. J. S. has the largest and best Stock of Tents and Marquees of every description in South Wales, thereby enabling him to supply the wants of anyone who may require them, defying all^competi- tion in price, and erected on the shortest possible notice. 1427 LEWIS BROTHERS beg to invite attention to their extensive SHOW-ROOMS, which contain a large and su- perior Stock of CABINET and UPHOLSTERED WORK, representing the most modern designs. BEDROOM FURNITURE en suite, in fancy woods, includ- ing Birch, Sycamore, Ash, Oak, and Walnut. BEDSTEADS, in the several Woods, also in Brass and Iron, at all prices. BEDDING of every description, and at varied cost. O* Spring Mattress is a most durable article, and is much approved. CURTAINS of the newest materials in Silk and Wool; also a large assort- ment of Cretonnes, Chintzes, and Dimities of the choicest patterns. CAtlPETS AND FLOORCLOTHS by the leading makers only. Last year's patterns at old prioes. 19, High-street, Swansea. 1099 -T- PLEASE NOTICE THAT ANDERSON, ABBOTT, AND ANDERSON Keep in Stock for the immediate requirements of their numerous Customers, the following Goods for Mechanical Purposes :— VULCANISE INDIA-RUBBER SHEET, from 1-16th to lin. thick. INDIA-RUBBER WASHERS for Steam Joints, from 2in. to 12in. diameter, iin. and gin. thick. ti PATENT SELF-LUBRICATING CHALK PACKING, all sizes. PATENT INDIA-RUBBER CORE PACKING, all sizes. INDIA-RUBBER AND CANVAS BELTING, from liin. to 7in- wide. LEATHER BELTING, Single and Double, from llin. to 7in wide. 'GUTTA PERCHA BELTING. LEATHER HIDES. LEATHER LACES. INDIA-RUBBER SUCTION HOSE. INDIA-RUBBER DELIVERY HOSE, for Watering Gardens, &,e., 60ft., fitted with brass rose and jet complete, for One Guinea. WATERPROOF COATS, LEGGINGS, HORSE-LOIN CLOTHS, UIG APRONS, WAGGON COVERS, &c., &c. ANDERSON, ABBOTT, AND ANDERSON, 16 AND 17, CASTLE-STREET, SVTOSEA. WORKS: LIMEHOUSE, LONDON. PRICE LISTS ON APPLICATION. 1418 ROYAL AGRICULTURAL SHOW, CARDIFF. D A V I E S,, K E N Y Y N, & Co., THE BOROUGH TEA WAREHOUSE, I Beg respectfully to inform their numerous friends, customers, and the inhabitants in general, that they have just received a special consignment of the flnest TEAS, imported for the above occasion, which cannot be surpassed for strength and purity; therefore request a critical examina- tion of their pricep, as follows :— Broken leaf Congou (not dusty) Is. 4d. Superior Kaisow Congou, full souchong flavour 2s. Od. A combination of the choicest kinds imported, recommended to large consumelJiJ 2s. Ext Hi fine Congou, possessing the aromafcUs,. flavour, so emiuently., refteshing in Teas u 3s, Od. Our apejialandbestmixtnreXexttcme fins quality) t 3s. 4d. ,V-h £ -»* ■ y gjjgajrsat eost.tO ,,y -jp t- business addresses. D. JOTHAM AND SON'S JUVENILE CLOTHING. THE LARGE INCREASE IN THIS PARTICULAR DEPARTMENT IS A ST'FFICIEXT PROOF THAT THE GOODS ARE OF GOOD VALUE AXn OF SOUND WORKMANSHIP. .27, ST. MARY-STREET, CARDIFF. "J H O M A S TRI S T, FURNISHING & GENERAI; IRONMONGER, DUKE-STREET, CARDIFF. A QUANTITY OF STOCK AT OLD PRICES. TEA-TRAYS, FENDERS, FIRE-IRONS, BEDSTEADS DESCRIPTIONS, STOVES, «RA|E^, FOE THOMAS TRIST LOCK-SMITHING, BELL-HANGING, t EAVES-TROUGHING, ZINC, COPPER, BRASS, AND TIN-PLATE WOIJK. FOR THOMAS TRIST "LIPSCOMB'S" WATER FILTERS, FARMERS', GARDENERS", AND CARPENTERS' TOOLS, GARDEN-SEATS, LAWN-MOWERS, LAND-ROLLERS, OIL-PAINTS, COLOURS. 1440 WE. V A UGH A N & Co. STEAM DYEING AND SCOURING WORKS, LLANDAFF-ROAD CARDIFF. BRANCH ESTABLISHMENTS 248', BUTO^STREET,0VVN'}CARI)IFF- 52, COMMERCIAL-STREET, NEWPORT 83, HIGH- STREET, MERTHYR. 98, OXFQRD-STREKT, SWANSEA. 4, ST. «MLMN-STKEET, TENBY. O*detg received, and Parcels forwarded to Works carriage free, by the folloR-ing. » Vs" AGENTS: Aberdare Mr. Dance, Commercial-street. Abergavenny Miss Watktns, 12, Cross-street. Blaenavon Mr. J. Harris, London House. Bridgend Mr. Thomas, grocer, Nolton-street. Brecon Mr. Matthews, at Camden ArtDs, Watton. Cowbridge. Mr. Stftba, Ivoc, House. Chepstow Miss Rowe, Welsh-street. Crickhowell Mr. Davies, Manchester House. Glastonbury Mr. John, High-street. Haverfordwest.. Mr. Harries, 3, High-street. Llanelly Messrs. Ace & Sons, Vaughan-Street. Llandilo Miss Punton, Fancy Warehouse. Neath. Mr. Matthews, at Queen's HoteL I Ppmbroke Dock, Mr Brice, Meyrick-street. f Pontypool. Mr. G. Fowler, draper, Lion House. Usk Messrs. Jones & Powell, drapers, &c. Watchet. Capt. Nicholas. 223 J^QOTS! B O O T S BOO T S J Cheapest, Best, and in greatest variety at OSBORNE'S, OSBORNE HOUSE. DUKE-STREET. CARDIFF. 168 FISHER'S EATING HOUSE, WF I S H E R' S E A T I N G HOUSE, • No. 20, Caroline-street, Cardiff. COOKED MEAT TO BE TAKEN OUT. I-ra,m Is. 6d. per lb Boiled Beef + is. 4d. Roast Pork Is. 4d. Pigs Cheek is. 0d. Hot Dinners at 9d. and Is. 1362 WHOLESALE AND FAMILY WINE, SPIRIT, ALE, AND PORTER MERCHANTS. ULTON, D U N L O P, & CO., ^CARDIFF DUKE STREET, ST. JOHN STREET, AND WORKING STREET. SW ANSEA—59 and 60, Wind-street and College-street; + BRISTOL-33, 34, and 35, Broad Quay, 4 and 5, Nicholas-street, and Lower Castle-street; ROCHDALE—Exchange-street; BIRMINGHAM-Maekie and Gladstone, Dale End BIRKENHEAD-Mackie and Gladstone, Hamilton-street and Chester-strefet BRADFORD-Mackie and Gladstone, Kirkgate LIVERPOOL—Mackie and Gladstone, South Castle-street MANCHESTER- Findlater and Mackie, Exchange LONDON—Findlater and Mackie, S3, Wellington-street, Strand, and London Bridge Also at BRIGHTON and DUBLIN HAVE ALWAYS ON HAND A LARGE AND SELECT STOCK (Duty Paid and in Bond), of > PORTS, SHERRIES, MARSALA, CLARETS, BURGUNDY, HOCK, MOSELLE, CHAMPAGNE, BRANDY, SCOTCH WHISKEY, IRISH WHISKEY, RUy, GIN, HOLLANDS, CORDIALS, LIQUEURS, AND BRITISH WINES.* ALSO BASS'S, ALLSOPP'S, AND OTHER ALES. GUINNESS AND CO.'S DUBLIN EXTRA DOUBLE STOUT, CHAMPAGNE CIDER, &c., &c., IN THE FINEST CONDITION, IN CASK AND BOTTLE. SODA, SELTZER, & OTHER MINERAL WATERS. LIST OF PRICES ON APPLICATION. FULTON, DUN LOP, AND CO., DUKE-STREET, CARDIFF. A 1443 HAULAGE. HAULAGE. HAULAGE, CARTING, &c., in all its branches, at the lowest possible remunerative prices. Contracts taken, and the work personally superintended by DANIEL JONES, 1. NEW OXFORD-STREET, SWANSEA. 1421 T EETH! TEETH!! TEETH-111 MR. F. P. KEALL, DENTIST, 199, HIGH STREET, SWANSEA, Begs to intimate that he is at home for consultation daily. Artificial teeth of every description supplied or repaired on most reasonable terms. The very best workmanship guaranteed. AN ENTIRE SET OF ARTIFICIAL TEETH, FROM £4 4s. An upper or lower set, from £2 2s. Partial sets from 5s. per tooth. Mr. F. P. K. (or a qualified deputy) will ATTEND at NEATH EVERY WEDNESDAY, at Mrs. Lanham's, 36, Queen-street. 1475 CARNARVON AND DENBIGH HERALD, (ESTABLISHED 1832.) Price 2d. Published Friday Evening. HERALD CYMRAEG (WELSH HERALD), (ESTABLISLIED 1854.) Price Id. Published Thursday Noon. Circulation upwards of 20,000 weekly, through &00 Agencies in North and South Wales, London, Li,erpool, Chester, Manchester, and Birmingham. These National f.amlnJII, contain n complete epitome of the news'of the. WeeJf. Mafitai()in„ se' qualified Reporters, and two hu"d „°C £ asio»aJ r JJCciai a, ,s, local news from the Mining, ^cuftSo, &ad t^ecponden, 'nets is fully reported threw- *f theWe dk ^d Car- diganshire. of nh • For A<JgScn.. ^valuable prope—. these .v ■ ?• > 'it# v- ;¿¡ business Addresses. D. JOTHAM AND SON'S BESPOKE DEPARTMENT. SPECIAL ATTENTION IS PAID TO THtS BRANCH OF THE TRADIO I AND WELL MERITS THE SUCCESS IT HAS ACHIEVED. 27, ST. MARY-STREET, CARDIFF, HOWELL & CO.'S NEW CARPET WAREHOUSE OPENED ON THURSDAY, JUNE 13,1872, VIfB AS IMMKXSE STOCK OF BRUSSELLS, TAPESTRY, KIDDERMINSTER, DUTCH, HEMP AND FELT CARPETS, 11 'L: FLOORCLOTHS, PASSAGE AND STAIR CLOTHS, AC., • In all the newest patterns, at prices that cannot fail to give satisfaction. ALSO FIVE HUNDRED PAIRS er ALSO FIVE HUNDRED PAIRS OF MUSLIJJ, LENO, AND 1VOTTINGHAM I, LACE CURTAINS, AT FLLLY 25 PER CENT. UNDER PRESENT MARKET VALUE. HOW ELL AND CO., THE CARDIFF DRAPERS, 13 & 14, ST. MARY-STREET, CARDIFF. P.S.-On the 13th, and to the end of June, all Carpets vill be sold at from 10 to 15 per cent. under their regular prices In- tending purchasers will therefore do well to make a selection this month. ^DO ,-OOR SEWING MA'CHINES 1 OF ALL KINDS. "lo H E- THOMAS, 't 1. -t GIrnJmÃI; CARDIFF. PHRENOLOGY.-YOURSELF WHAT YOU 1 O T VHAT YOU ARE FIT FOR. t ot; 11 'J e:T'sor above Science, may be sect MTo- J CARWFF' vfenin#' a^is Roomi17' roy'AL ARCADE, I oca' j l ,for E*amn»vtion—One Gainoa, 10s 6d os., 2s. 6d., and i.vrrfcaliy) Is. 1417 ONE BOX of CLARKE'S B PILLS IS WARL ranted to cure all discharges from the \sdnary or 'ans in either sex, acquired or constitutional, gravel, ani. pains in th" back. Sold m boxes, 4s. Gd. each, by all chemists wid patent medicine vendors or sent to any address for 6flf**tiunps, \>v the j maker, F. J. Clarke, Consulting Chemist, High-steteet( Lincoln ( Wholesale Agents. Barclay and Sons, London, and all tb« whole- sale houses. Sold in Cardiff by Joy and Coleman. Chemists. 1243 LIFE PRESERVERS.—Infant Life protected j and secured against the enemy, Death, by Mothers keeping in the house a packet of "DAME EUROPA'S INFANT LIFE PRESERVERS." Once tried always used. TKETHINO, ismall-pox, Scarlatina, Measles, Ac., meet with a ready relief, if the" EG. ROPA POWDERS" are used. Mothers, try them, and publish their effect. Dame Europa's Infant Life Preservers" are pre- pared only by the Inventor, B. A. GEORGE, Family Chemist, Pentre, Pontypridd and sold in packets, at Is. lid., and 2s. 9d. each, by every chemist in the world. May be ha«i post free from the Inventor for 14 or 34 Stamps. Wholesale W. Mather, London and Manchester, and Barclay & Sons. Agent in Cardiff, Coleman, ebemist. J59 AYE'S WORSDELL'S'PILLS.- For upwards of half-a-century XAYE'S'WORSDELL'S PILLS have been esteemed as the best remedy for the cure and prevention et disease. They render the doctor unnecessary in the family. Acting on the blood, they purify it from all humours, rendering the life-giving fluid healthy in its action, and consequently restor- ing and establishing the health of the invalid. The proprietor has in his possession hundreds of testimonials bearing \vitno3s to their efficacy. Out of many, the two following have been selected Ballintemple, near Cork, Sept. 1, 1S6S. John Kaye, Esq.—Dear Sir,—My wife has been suffering from a very sore leg for nineteen years. During that time it has cost me over £120 for different doctors, some of whom gave her case up as hopeless. She was reduced to nearly a skeleton. I got some of Kaye's Worsdell's Pilis, and after she took about lis. worth of them she was completely cured, and is now in good health and quite strong. It is the most astonishing cure ever known in this neighbourhood. I shrJl recommend them wherever I can, to any person I hear complaining.—(Signed) JOlIN BROWS." Agent at Redruth certifies to the truth of the following icase:- Sept. 4, 13GS. John NichoUs, of Illogan, near Redruth, Cornwall, suffered severely from burning pains in the stomach and difficulty of breatlyng. In consequence of this he had to leave work for many weeks. He was recommended to take Kaye's Worsdell's Pills. Before hp had taken one box, he was completely cured, resumed work, and is now again a strong, healthy man. He says he will never re without them. This case can be authenticated kv W. J. Corin.' Sold by all Chemists, and other Dealers in Patent Medicines, at Is. H., 2s. 9d., and 4s. 6d. per box. !)16 THE RIGHT THING IN THE RIGHT PLACE. BFIBCHAM'S PILLS. BEECpAM'S PILXjSthav-e now been before the Public between Twenty and Thirty years, and the rapid sale froprtlie commence- ment, and the still in^tep.siEg demand by the Public, is one of the best guarantees to the Nervous and Debilitated. Thousands in every sphere of life with one voice pronounce them the beet, the safest, and the sorest for eradicating all those complaints which flesh is heir to. They stand without a parallel, and have the largest sale.of Aiiy patent medicine in the world. They are admitted by all to be worth a guinea a box for bilious disorders, such as wind and pain at the stomach, sick headache, giddiness, fullness after meals, dizziness and drowsiness, cold chills, flush- ings of heat, loss of appetite, shortness of breath, costiveness, scurvy and blotches on the skin, disturbed sleep, frightful dreaiiis, nervous and trembling sensations, &e. The first dose will give relief in twenty minutes. Sufferers are earnestly iii. vited to try one box, which they will admit to be WORTH A. anNEA A BOX. For females of all ages these pills are invaluable, as a few doses of them carry on all gross humours, open all obstructions, < andbling about all that is required. No female-should be with- out them. There is no medicine to be found to equal Beecham's Pills for removing any obstruction or irregularity of the system. If taken according to the directions given with each box, they will soon restore females of all ages to sound and robust health. CAUTION,-The public are requested to notice that the words ''BEECHAM'S PILLS, St. Helen's," are on the Government Stamp affixed to each box of the Pills if not on, they are a forgery. Prepared only, and sold wholesale and retaii, by the proprietor, T. Beecbam, dispensing Chemist, St. Helen's, Lancashire, in boxes at Is. l £ d. and 2s. 9d. each. Sent pgst free from the prq. prietor for IS or 36 stamps. • Full directions are given with each box. Sold by all Druggists and Patent Medicine Dealers in the United Kingdom. 1405 COCKLE'S ANTIBILIOUS PILLS. c THE SAFEST FAMILYV APERIENT. In BOItes at Is. 1, 2s. 9d., 48. 6<1., and lis. > COCKLE'S ANTIBILIOUS PILLS. These Pills consist ol a careful and peculiar admixture of the best and mildest vegetable aperients, with the pure extract of the flowers of the cammomilc. They will be found a most efficacious remedy for derangement of the digestive organs, and for torpid action of the liver and bowels which produce indiges- tion and the several varieties of billious and liver complaints. They speedily remove the irritation and feverish state of the stomach, allay spasms, correct the morbid condition of the liver J and and organs subservient to digestion, promote a due and healthy secretion of bile, and relieve the constitution of all gouty matter and other impurities, which, by circulating in the bloed, must injuriously affect the action of the kidneys, thus, by removing the causes productive of so much discomfort, they restore the energies both of body and mind. To those who indulge in the luxuries of the table, these pills will prove highly useful, occasioning, no pam in their action, unless they meet with an unusual quantity of acrid bilo and acid matter in the stomach ancP bowels. To Europeans on their arrival in India or China they lare recommended as a preser- vative against the fatal disorders peculiar to tropical climates. Their occasional use. if combined with the strictest attention to diet, will be frequently loundto remove atonee. by their influence over the secretions, that congestive and unhealthy condition of the liver which is so oiten the earnest antecedent of severe febrile and constitutional disturbance. It must be understood that these pills are not recommended as containing any new or dangerously active ingredients; on the contrary, they are characterised by a remarkable simplicity of combination, and whatever merit they may be found to possess depends as much upon the selection of pure drags, and the unusual labour and attention bestowed upon their subsequent preparation, as upon the acknowledged pecu- liarity of their composition. They are not recommended as a panacea, nor are they adapted to all complaints: but as a mrld and efficacious aperient and tonic in the various forms of indi- gestion it will not, perhaps, 100 an exaggeration to state that they have been resorted to under all systems of diet,changes of climate or atmospheric alternations, with an extraordinary degree of success for 72 years. This celebrated family aperient may be had) throughout the United Kingdom in-boxes at Is. 1M. 2/ 9d., 4s. tkl., and lis., as well as in India, China, New Zealand, an<P the Australian colonies. HEALTH SECURED BY THE USE OF DAVIES'S TONIC, APERIENT, AND LIVER PILLS, which are a most efficient remedy for persons suffering from indi- gestion, liver complaints, costivenees, sickness, wind in the stomach, t owness. of spirits, singing noises in the ears, nervousness, palpi- tation of the heart, giddiness, feeadache, piles, gravel, tic (loloreux. &c. They may be taken with'safety at any season of the year, and require no confinement to the house; on the contrary, moderate exefevso promotes their good effects. One trial will ensure their being regisfcei*i'a^ J'he Family Pills," so gentle is their action, so certain th& cm&^gold in boxes at Is. 1M- and 3d. each. Prepared and soil by the sole, proprietor, T&affiM Howell, Phar- maceutical Chemist, Bute-street, Cardiff; and iMp be had ol >41 respectable chemists. Sent direct {or 14 0/S6 stamps. 100 "-••c < ( -I- • — gBttsiwrss Addresses. I D. JOTHAM AND SON'S I' NEW STOCK coxFRisis ALL THE LATEST NOVELTIES Of I COATS, VESTS, TROUSERS, TROUSERS ANB VESTS TO MATCH, MEN'S, YOUTH'S, AND BOYS' SUITS, HATS, CAPS, SHIRTS, SCARFS, TIES, &c., -J. Their Establishment is Closed on Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday, at 8 pnL Wednesday, at 2 pjn. Saturday, at 10.30 p.m. throughout the year. SPECIAL ATTRACTIONS. R. H E I T Z M A N, JEWELLER, WATCHMAKER &c., 32, ST. MARY-STREET, CARDIFF. Now replete with a magnificent NEW STOCK of the most varied description. THE LATEST DESIGNS IN JEWELLERY, ) IN GREAT GOLD GUARDS, | VARIETY ALBERTS, 1* AND N E C K L A C E S. J VERY CHEAP. UNCTUALITY IS THE ORDER OF (BUSINESS. IF YOU WANT A GOOD SUIT OF CLOTHES FOR ÅN SPECIAL OCCASION, „ 00 Tit « R. JONES, TAILOR AND DRAPER, 18, NORTH-STREET, BRISTOL, s Where you will Get a GOOD. FIT, WELL MADE, and he NEVFA DISAPPOINTS. TROUSERS FROM 14s. THE PAIR. SUITS EQUALLY CHEAP. K.B. AGENT, FOR D. NICOLL AND CO.'S WATERPROOF COATS. .1- J,iøttls. SWANSEA. THE HUDSON TEMPERANCE COMMER. CIAL HOTEL, 16, ST. MARY-STREET, SWANSEA. 1'- SWANSEA. T3AVEN HOTEL, ST. MARY STREET. « JPaniilies and Commercial Gentlemen visiting Swansea will tmd the above Hotel one of the most central and convenient The House has been recenilyfitted up with great taste, having particular rStari to comfort. Bedrooms and Sitting-rooms not to be sur- ^mitJdmeS Sl1lrits of the Best Quality, pest attendance 1298 Proprietor C. FULLER (Late Upholsterer). r BRISTOL. ( t^?HALL COMMERCIAL AND FAMILY Sittinp- ^road-street, Bristol Dining, Caftan,1 '^ept Rooms. Dinners from 12.30 to 6. Nigi>t Porter 'rZT -p _W. T. CROUCH, Proprietor. <J^ V DOWN FIRST-CLASS FAMILY FACL, HOTEL, SUITE OF APARTaKLE SUSPENSION-BRIDGE. « fast, from 2s. Dinners, rr^from sjt Guineas per week. Brealt- Apartments having been recent]j -Od. Service, 2s. A Suite <rf WEDDING BREAKFASTS, the Mana^to the Hotel, especially for same 011 the most moderate terms. Terirepaj-edprovide tte merits only. Suite of Apartments, -with bo» weekly arnnce- 6 tHiiaeas each, fires only extra. Bedroom, boaru?^ attendance^ m pmjaiie rooms, 3J Guineas. All meals served to ^ttendMiee* oraer. Private drawing-ioom for JLariie.s. Table D'Hot 6; Sv.n(iay8 5. All comniunicaTions to be addressed, 1 D. GITTENS, ,lIanagel. jftctteg. MONEY ON 'eASY^TERMS advanced from £ 10 and upwards to Householders on their furniture, Plate, Stoek-in-Trade, &c., without removal off-the premises, and J if required, without publicity re-payments arranged to suit the borrower; no charge unless the money is advanced by L. BAR- NETT, Belmont House, Charles-street, Cardiff; 49, Bute-street, Cardiff: and 10, Heathfleld-street, Swansea. 1426 HARRIS and CO., LOAN and DISCOUNT -I -J* OFFICE, 220, BUTE ROAD, CARDIFF. IMMEDIATE ADVANCES made on Personal Seci^rity, and to Householders en their Furniture and effects, without publicity or removaL TRADE BILLS DISCOUNTED AT EASY RATES. Advances made ate on Plate, Diamonds, Watches, and every.description of Merclian- dise. All communications strictly confidential. The Proprietor may be j>ersonally consulted at all times. 696 SOVEREIGN LOAN AND DISCOUNT OFFICE, 4, NELSON-TERRACE, SWANSEA. M. L. MARKS GRANTS LOANS from £ 1 to any amount, repayable by easy Instalments. Bills Discounted. Also Collects Rents, Debts, &c. Hours, 10 to 12, and 3 to 5, Saturdays excepted. ESTABLISHED 1869. 1416 Shipping Jlotkes. -TRON SCREW STEAMERS, of JL various descriptions, ior SALE or HIRE. 1 iIimSB^taIso, for SALE, a number of SAILING VES- SELS. For fltrther particulars and price, appiy to RICHARD SHORT, 800 Auctioneer, Valuer, and Surveyor, Cardiff. CORK, CARDIFF, AND NEWPORT. THIRST-CLASS PASSENGER STEAMERS leave CORK for CARDIFF, with Goods and Passengers, EVERY WEDNESDAY, calling at Milford, returning direct EVERY FRIDAY. For NEWPORT Direct EVERY MONDAY, returning EVERY WEDNESDAY. Fares-Cabin, 17s. 6d.; Deck, 7s.; Cabin Return Ticket, Avail- able for one month, ZI 7s. For further particulars see small bills AGEN TS. CARDIFF.—Mr. E. C. DOWNING, Shipbroker, Bute Docks. NEWPORT.—Mr. JAMES MADDOCKS, Dock-street. CORK.—The City of Cork Steam Packet Company, Penroe Quay. 374 T> URN HAM AND CARDIFF, p _U FLORA, AVALON, or other npft&bie is intended to sail during the month of JULY, 1812:- iFnojt BLRSIIAM. q FUOM Ca^mkf. Sailing to and from Old Pier. 1 Monday 12 J after 1 Mondav 3J after 1 Monday 12 J after 1 Mondav 3J after Tuesday 12i after 2 Tuesday SJ after 3 Wednesday 1< after 3 Wednesday 4i after 4 Thursday 2j after 4 Thursday' 4| aftw 5 Friday 3 after 6 Friday 5 after 5 Friday 3 after 6 Friday 5 after (i Saturday 8 morn 6 Saturday 4 after Passengers by this route can book 3rd class to any station on the Somerset and Dorset or London and South Western Railways, by the first Thro' Train after the arrival of the Steamer at Burnham, by applying at the Railway Station. PAREs.-Burnham, and Cardiff.—After cabin, 28. 6d.; fore cabin, ls. 6d. Return tickets (available for three days)—saloon, 4s. fore cabin, 2s. 6d. Further information may be obtained by applying at the Burn- ham Steamer's Otfice, Docks, Cardiff or to 945 E. TAYLOR, Manager, Bttrnham I CARDIFF TO NEW YORK. TVRECT STEAM COMMUNICA- ^tULKJ JLr TION BETWEEN THE SMmSBML, BRISTOL CHANNEL AND THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA AND CANADA. The SOUTH WALES ATLANTIC STEAMSHIP COMPANY'S New. first-class, full-powered, Clyde-built Steanuships GLAMORGAN 2,500Tons 500h.p. PEMBROKE 2,500 Tons 606"h.pw CARMARTHEN. 8,000 Tons Or other First-class Steamers, will sail regularly between p- CARDIFF AND NEW YORK, COMMENCING EARLY IN AUGUST. Carrying GOODS and PASSENGERS at Through Rates from all Parts of England and South Wales to the United States and Canada. These Steamships are built expressly for the Trade, and fitted-qp with all the latest improvements for the comfort and convenience of Cabin and Steerage Passengers. For further particulars apply to Budgett and James, 11, King- street, Bristol; Richardson and Co., Swansea; T. Waite and Sor, Pontypool; Alexander Brothers, Pontypridd; or at the Com- pany's Office, 1, Dock-chambers, Cardiff. T ifo7 JOHN LAUGHLAND. Manager. THE BEST AND CHEAPEST ROUTE FOR PASSENGERS FROM THE WEST OF ENGLAND AND SOUTH WALES TO THE UNITED STATES, IS BY THE fTSK RE AT WESTERN STEAM VT SHIP LINE." BRISTOL AND NEW YORK. The FINE NEW FIRST-CLASS SCREW STEAM-SHIPS of this Line are intended to sail awfollows:- '«!REAT WESTERN," (2050 tons).. Wednesday, July 24. "ARRAGON," (1500 tons) Saturday, August 17. STEERAGE PASSAGE to NEW YORK, BALTIMORE. BOSTON, PORTLAND, or PHILADELPHIA, SIX GUINEAS { £ <5 6s). The Vessels ot this Line do not call at any Irish port, but )?&• ceed direct from Bristol to New Yoj-k- Pasbengers may be booked through to aS ptrts of the tlajjed States and. Canada on very moderate terms. T. secure berths, &c., apply to MARK WHITWfLL and SPN. Grove-avenue, Queen-square, Bristol; or to G. F. Webb and Co., Bonded Store Merchants, Cardiff; Harae and Brown, Deck-street. Newport, Hon.; John Morgan, P«stuiaster, Pontypool; Richard Morris, Grocer. Blackwood J. T. Mmc £ >n, 19, Glekel and-street, Merthyr Tydfil; J. Callawav, Mountain Ash; or to M. Jones amt. Bro., Ship Brokers, Swamma. geN are reemoiucoded to obtain: Their Teksts from OU Agents before 1 eiving -hero* f A4