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Business JUtesscs* D. JOTHAM A N DS 0 N'S COAT DEPARTMENT CONTAINS ALL THE NEWEST STYLES FOR THE PRESENT SEASON. 27, ST. IARY-STREET, CARDIFF. 1424 R. BEN J A 1\1 I N, PASTRY COOK AND CONFECTIONER, ,65, CROCKHERBTOWN, AND 14, TRINITY-STREET, CARDIFF. All Orders in the above line promptly executed. »ICH BRIDE CAKES, HIGHLY ORNAMENTED, On the shortest notice 1455 P. I YE Y AND DAVIES, DISTRICT MANAGERS, COMMERCIAL UNION LIFE ASSURANCE COMPANY. DISTRICT MANAGERS, NORWICH & LONDON ACCIDENTAL CO. AGENTS, PLANET GUARANTEE SOCIETY. AGENTS, COMMERCIAL UNION FIRE ASSURANCE COMPANY. ADELAIDE CHAMBERS, SWANSEA. GP. IYEY AND DAYIES, ACCOUNTANTS. GP. IVEY AND DA VIES, AUCTIONEERS. GP. IVEY AND DA VIES, AUDITOBS. GP. IVEY AND DAVIES. APPRAISERS. GP. IVEY AND DAVIES, A BROKERS. GP. IVEY AND DAVIES. BOOKS BALANCED. O P. IVEY AND DAVIES, » BUSINESS NEGOTIATORS. GP. IVEY AND DAVIES, • CONTRACTORS. GP. IVEY AND DAVIES, DEBT COLLECTORS. G P. IVEY AND DAVIES, ESTATE AGENTS. GP. IVEY AND DAVIES, • HOUSE AGENTS, -r- T. H. D A V I E S, (Messrs. G. P. Ivey & Davies), AUCTIONEER, ACCOUNTANT, &c., ADELAIDE CHAMBERS, SWANSEA. I NBURANCE. P. IVEY AND DAVIES, T • INSURANCE AGENTS. GP. IVEY AND DAVIES, • INSURANCE AGENTS FOB GP. IVEY AND DAVIES, • INSURANCE AGENTS FOB FIRE. GP. IVEY AND DAVIES, • INSURANCE AGENTS FOB ———— ACCIDENTS. GP. IVEY AND DAVIES, • INSURANCE AGENTS FOB ———— PLATE GLASS. &P. IVEY AND • INSURANCE AGENTS FOR -L- CATTLE. GP. IVEY AND DAVIES, • INSURANCE AGENTS FOR ———— FARM STOCK. P. IVEY AND DAVIES, INSURANCE AGENTS FOR ———— MARINE, GP. IVEY AND DAVIES, • INSURANCE AGENTS GUA- BANTEE & FIDELITY OP. AND DAVIES, • INSURANCE IN CONNEC- ———— TION WITH LOANS. { I P. IVEY AND DAVIES, 'TO PARTNERSHIPS AB- RANGES. /"I P. IVEY AND DAVIES, U- STOCKS VALUED. GP. IVEY AND DAVIES, • SHARES—BUILDING SO- ———— CIETIES. GP. IVEY AND DAVIES, • SHABES—RAILWAYS. GP. IVEY AND DAVIES, • SHARES—GAS COMPANIES GP. IVEY AND DAVIES, • SHARES—MIMES. G. P. IVEY & DAVIES'S ANNOUNCEMENTS. TO BE LET, with immediate possession, a good JL BUSINESS HOTEL, in the neighbourhood of the North and South Docks, Swansea. A long term of leaÆl3, together with Goodwill, Fixtures, Fittings, and Household Furniture to be disposed of very cheap. Apply to G. P. Ivey and Davies, Adelaide Chambers, Swansea. WINE AND SPIRIT BUSINESS.—TO BE DISPOSED OF, a very respectable Wine ind Spirit BUSINESS, in one of the most populous towns of South Wales. Incoming about £ 1,000. Address, G. I. Ivev and Davies, Swansea. ————— BUILDING SOCIETY SHARES.—FA- SALE, SIX SHARES in a prosperous Building Society. Particulars wi Messrs. G. P. Ivey and Davies, Swansea. TO be LET, for six months, furnished or unfur- nished, a HOUSE in Walters-road, Swansea. Apply to G. P. Ivey and Davies, Swansea. "CIREEHOLD. — WANTED TO PUECHASE, J. within 10 miles of Swansea, from 4 to 6 ACBS of FREE- HOLD LAND for Building Purposes. Addres, G. P. Ivey and Davies. Swansea. G. P. JVFY RR DAvns, GENERAL COMMISSION A3 f!KTS, ADELAIDE CHAMBERS, w ANRRA..04 IANOFORTES AND HARMONIUMS > LARGEST STOCK IN WALES. THOMPSON AND SHACKELL, (PATENTEES OF THE ROYAL ORCHESTRAL PlAN)FOB.TB). „ PIANOFORTE SHOWROOMS- 4, QUEEN-STREET, CROCKHERBTOWN, CARDIFF AND 13 & 18A, GUILDHALL-SQUARE, CARMARTHEN. T> I A N O F O R T E S "PIANOFORTES Ei"11 tIe p 1 A X O F O R /s 0,1 ""J"™- P I A N 0 F 0 R T E S PR,™"°™" POTT" PIANOFORTES (°"" to n-ASMOKmiT °°"" Y*™'s> stan' TJAI1MOXIU M S BY 1JUIE M"TE* H— For Chuches and Chapels, A R M O N I U M S 1 For the Drawing-room the School-room or the Cotage. 13 ARM ON IU MS 4~ Warranted torn Five Guineas. II.ARMON1UMS Supplied for lonthly Payments. Music half-price post free to any aldress. THOMPSON AND SHACEELL were the first to introduce the now celebrated THREE YEARS' SYSTEM into Wales, full particulars of which will be forwarded on inquiry. From their thorough knowledgeof the Pianoforte Busineso, they are enabled to select instrumene with special ad- vantage to purchasers, ALL OF INFERIOR MAIB BEING: ENTIRELY EXCLUDED FROM TUFIR STOCK. Discount allowed on all CASH TRANSACTIONS. CAPTAINS AND SHIPPERS SUPPLIED ON LIBHAB TERMS. Price List post free on ayplicatim. THOMPSON AND SHJCKELL, CARDIFF AND CARMARTHSN. 132 -<' Jteiness Addresses. D. JOTHAM A N'D S'O N'S TROUSERS AND VESTS (TO MATCH). THE ASSORTMENT IN THIS DEPARTMENT IS UNRIVALLED IN THE PRINCIPALITY. THE TROUSERS CANNOT BE SURPASSED FOR FINISH AND EXCELLENCY OF CUT, At Prices which will meet with general approbation. 27, ST. MARY-STREET, CARDIFF. SUMMER SEASON, 1872. Wo HUGHES THOMAb Has great pleasure in announcing that in his VISIT to LONDON this week he has obtained some RARE NOVELTIES for the SUMMER SEASON. THE SHOW DAY is fixed for SATURDAY, the 1st JUNE. The Principal Attractions of the Season are in COSTUMES and POLONAISE, the Variety and Elegance of which are most pleas- ing. Those composed of MUSLIN and TASSORE CLOTHS are Great Novelties. The New MILLINERY will fully sustain the high reputation which this department has so long enjoyed. The CASHMERE and LACE MANTLES are Varied in Style and Moderate in Price. There are also some specialities in BALL DRESSES. The Long CURTAINS are Worthy of Notice, and the SILK and PLAIN DRAPERY GOODS are still offered at old prices An Early Call is earnestly solicited. QUEEN-STREET, CARDIFF, 1177 MAY 30TII, 1S72. CARDIFF, 24 & 25, DUKE STREET. SELLING OFF! SELLING OFF!! DISPOSING OF BUSINESS AND LEAVING CARDIFF. ELLS AND NEAL Arc OFFERING the whole of their STOCK at such prices as must effeot a Speedy Clearance. FOR CASH ONLY. 931 DUKE STREET, CARDIFF, MADill, April 24th, 1372. I Having arranged for Disposing of our Business, we shall offer immediately for Cash the whole of our STOCK, at such prices that must be advantageous to purchasers. We are, Madam, Yours respectfully, ELLS" NEAL. The Dress Department is especially worthy of attention, comprising Glace Alpacas, Mohairs, Tasso Cloths, Fancy I Japanese Silks, Piques, Prints, &c., of the latest style. 932 TO READY MONEY BUYERS. W. PRICE & SONS, For Fashionable Rradr-Made Clothinsr. W. PRICE & SONS, For New Summer Overcoats. W. PRICE & SONS, For Double-Breaat Frock Coata. W. PRICE & SONS, For Double-Breast Beaufort Coats. W. PRICE & SONS, W. PRICE SONS, L'Shl T«* W. PRICE SONS, MOr Suit*' For Yachting Suits. Address CARDIFF HOUSE, CARDIFF. 136 D LEWIS, CABINET MAKER D LEWIS, CABINET MAKER; • AND UPHOLSTERER, CARDIFF, Respectfully {nvites 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 best manufacture. I N.B.—An assortment of PIANOFORTES by best makers for Sale and Hire. 101 D. RICHARDS, # HATTER, HOSIER, GLOVER, &C. 13, HIGH STREET, CARDIFF. ESTABLISHED 1816. All who can appreciate STYLE.AND QUALITY, And are desirous of GETTING BEST VALUE FOR THEIR MONEY, Are invited to make their I PURCHASES AT THE ABOVE ESTABLISHMENT. 190 JOHN ;EVANS, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL WINE AND SPIRIT MERCHANT, BURTON ALES AND IRISH STOUT, 209, BUTE-ROAD, CARDIFF. FAMILIES SUPPLIED. 719 ROYAL AGRICULTURAL SHOW. Visitors to the above would do well to select their BOOTS AND SHOES From the IMMENSE STOCK of WILLIAM C. PEACE'S, ROYAL ARCADE I. BOOT AND SHOE WAREHOUSE. The largest, best, and most fashionable Stock of Ladies', Gentle- men's, Children's, and Infants' BOOTS and SHOES of good quality combined with low prices. W. C. PEACE, ROYAL ARCADE, HAYES END, CARDIFF. 1456 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 ert 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. Our Spring Mattress is a most durable article, and is much approved. oCURTAIKS of .the newest materials in Silk and Wool ;■ also a large assort- ment of Cretonnes, Chintzes, and Dimities of the choicest patterns. CARPETS AND FL6Qj|pL0T.riS by the leading makers only -1 Last j. eai s patterns at old prices ID, High-street, Swansea. 1299 n -.L MR, THOS. WEBBER, HOUSE & ESTATE OFFICES, 32, ROYAL ARCADE, CARDIFF, desires the attention of his friends and the gcnural public to the following an- nounceinents:— = JpURE INSURANCES effected 011 Property from.IS. 6d. pej ^^CCIDENTAL AND GUARANTEE INSURANCES. glCKNESS INSURANCES AND ENDOWMENTS. LIFE ASSURANCE'in all its branches. Mutual Assurance without a,ny additional liability, making the amount assurec payable in life time without extra payment. MONEY LENT on MORTGAGE at 5 per cent., or on PER- SONAL SECURITY at Special Rates to include Life As- surance, repayable by instalments. GOOD AGENTS WANTED for a first-class Mutual Life Office in all-t»wris m South Wales, where "Sot fully represented, Apply as above to THOS. WEBBER, F.R.S.L., District Manager. N.B.—Caution.—Tjie present time being favourable to various shallow liclicmcs, T. »v. vvould add, i!or tiie a^uraaiuooi the public, that he represents only first-class offices. Prospectuses on ap- pl'cation. 532 justness$idresses* D. JOTHAM AND SON'S VESTS ARE crT ON A MOST IMPROVED SYSTEM, AND ARE MADE IN ALL THE NEW MATERIALS FOR SUMMER WEAR. 27, ST. MARY-STREET, CARDIFF. FR E D E R I C K WARE, (Late WARE AND SONS), TAILOR AND ROBE MAKER, ESTABLISHED HALF-A-CENTTJRY, BRISTOL AND CARDIFF. SOUTH WALES ESTABLISHMENT DUKE-STREET, CARDIFF. 107 YORKSHIRE RELISH. y The most DELICIOUS SAUCK in the WORLD to CHOPS STEAKS, FISH, &c. Sold by all Grocers and Oiliner in Bottles 6d., is., anji 2s. each. Trade inai-k-Willow. pattern plate. PROPRIETORs-GOODALL, BACKHOUSE & CO.. LEEDS. 61 WHEELER & WILSON'S SEWING MACHINE M'F'G COMPANY, Supplied by CROSS BROTHERS, ST. MARY-STREET, CARDIFF. THE WILLCOX AND SIBBS SILENT SEWING MACHINE, Supplied through their Agents, CROSS BROTHERS, ST. MARY-STREET, CARDIFF. ALSO AGENTS FOR THE WENS, SHAKESPERE, AND AGENORIA HAND SEWING MACHINES. Either of the above may be had on the Easy Payment System. CROSS BROTHERS, ST. MARY-STREET, CARDIFF. 886 L E A R A N C E SALE OF A LARGE STOCK OF • j IRON BEDSTEAD S, PREVIOUS TO REMOVAL TO NEW PREMISES IN SMITII STREET. JOHN WILLIAMS, SHOW ROOMS: 27 & 28, DUKE-STREET, CARDIFF. 1487 ELECTRO-PLATED GOODS. J T. BARRY, 9, DUKE-STREET, CARDIFF < JEWELLER, WATCH & CLOCK MAKER, &c., Begs to call the attention cf Heads of Families and Parties about to Furnish to his STOCK of ELECTRO-PIATED ON NICKEL SILVER FORKS, SPOONS, &c., &c., which in appearance cannot be riistnguished from solid silver. Theyipre warranted to be of the best material and finish, and will stand the wear of many years wiihov.t injury. PRICES AS LOW AS ANY LONDON HOUSE. Patterns and Price List on application. 208 pERRYMAN'S CARRIAGE, RAILWAY, STREET, AND SHIPS' SIGNAL LAMPS, AND BENT GLASS MANUFACTORY, 10 and 11, OLD KING-STREET, BRISTOL. 1434 SAMUEL P A D -Y, ks 72, CROCKHERBTOWN, CARDIFF, MERCHANT TAILOR & BREECHES MAKER. THE LARGEST STOCK OF WEST COF ENGLAND CLOTHS AND SCOTCH TWEEDS in South Wales. REGIMENTALS and LIVERIES of every description. ESTABLISHED 1857. 1442 MESSRS. BAKER AND CO.. Of 64, REDCLIFF-STREET, 67, REDCLIFF-HILL, and REDCLIFF BACKS, Having placed the management of the Hot Water Apparatus in „ Mr. Charles Jones, who has had so many years' the ]ine in -Bristol, Messrs. B, and Co. are i glTe ESTIMATES for HOT WATER APPARATUS of WrS v, construction, warranted to act well, suitable for heating S.WaoYS?SAMa?fonsJ,.Baths> and Public Institutions. Estimate prices strictly adhered to. 7in!aker Co- also on the Blacksmithing and Tin," c> Copper, and Brass working Businesses. BAKER AND CO., IRONMONGERS, IRON MERCHANTS, AND MANUFACTURERS, 67, REDCLIFF-HILL, AND REDCLIFF BACKS, -BRISTOL. ESTABLISHED 1823. 1438 QARDIFF CHANDLERY. ESTABLISHED 1750. EVANS & CO., TALLOW CHANDLERS, 6, HIGH-STREET, CARDIFF. BEST HOME-MADE DIPS, PALE OR COLOURED, In any quantity, manufactured on the premises. SPECIAL TERMS TO LARGE PURCHASERS. THESE CELEBRATED OANDES May also be bad, at Wholesale and Retail Prices, at either of their BRANCH ESTABLISHMENTS 9, BUTE-STREET, CARDIFF; 16, BUTE-STREET, CARDIFF; OR ASSAM HOUSE, TAFF'S WELL. 247 Q A s H versus C R E D I T. W. KORNER, HOSIERY, SHIRTMAKER, SCARF AND TIE MERCER, &c., 27, 29, 4-3], ROYAL ARCADE, AND 178, BUTE-ROAD, CARDIFF. ALL THE LATEST NOVELTIES FOR THE SEASON. Immense Assortment of Gentlemen's Scarves and Ties. PLAn; AXD FANCY HOSIERY OP EVERY DESCRIPTION. A Choice Assortment of Ladies' F: Aey Drapery. ALL GOODS AT THE LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICES. FOR CASH ONLY. 815 PUNCTUALITY IS THE ORDER OF JL BUSINESS. IF YOU WANT A GOOD SUIT OF CLOTHES FOR ANY SPECIAL OCCASION, 4 GO TO R. JONES, TAILOR AND DRAPER, 18, NORTH-STREET,.BRISTOL, Where ycu will Get a GOOD FIT, WELL MADE, and he NEVER DISAPPOINTS. TROUSERS FROM 14s. THE PAIR. SUITS EQUALLY CHEAP. N.B. — AGENT FOR D. NICOLL AND CO.'S WATERPROOF COATS. 1135 business Addresses. JOTHAM AND SON,! WOOLLEN MERCHANTS, HATTERS, HOSIERS, AND GENERAL OUTFITTERS, TO ALL CL'ASSES. 27, ST., MARY-STREET, CARDIFF. CARDIFF WARDROBE, 257 & 258, BUTE-STREET, CARDIFF, WILL OFFER GREAT ATTRACTION TO VV BUYERS DURING THE ROYAL SHOW. <- Visitors are invited to an inspection of the following special lines, Yko for ROYAL TROUSERS, 13S. 6d. Yeo » TWEED SUITS TO ORDER, 48s. YO „ NICOLL'S GARMENTS. JL WORLD RENOWNED. YEO „ JUVENILE CLOTHING. FROM THE BEST MAKERS. YEO „ PATENTED HATS, CAPS, TIES, JL AND TRAVELLING REQUISITES. -\TeO „ ALL KINDS of LIGHT CLOTHING X SUITABLE FOR EVERY CLASS, AND AT SUCH PRICES A8 TO BE WITHIN THE REACH OF ALL. PHILLIP YEO, PRACTICAL TAILOR AND PROPRIETOR, < ESTABLISHED 1859. 340 FOR" SEWIHG MAC H I N R S OF ALL KINDS. 3E»N R Y THOMAS, GENERAL DRAPER, CARDIFF. 100 PLEASE NOTICE THAT ANDERSON, ABBOTT, AND ANDERSON I- Keep in Stock for the immediate requirements of their numerous Customers, the following Goods for Purposes :— v thick. VULCANISED INDIA-RUBBER SHEET, from l-l<ith to lin. v thick. INDIA-RUBBER tar Steam Joints, from 2in. to 12in. diameter, W- tWek. PATENT WftF'IjlJpUCATING CHALK PACKING, all sizes. PATENT INDIA-RUBBER CORE PACKING, all sizes. ] INDIA-RUBBER AND CANVAS BELTING, from ljin. to Tin, PATENT INDIA-RUBBER CORE PACKING, all sizes. ] INDIA-RUBBER AND CANVAS BELTING, from ljin. to Tin, l wide. j L^KR IBELTING, SI* and Double, from ijin. to 7hi wide. [ GUTTA PERCHA BELTING, | LEATHER HIDES. | LEATHER LACES. INDIA-RUBBER SUCTION'HOSE. IN-DIA-RUBBER DELIVERY HOSE, for Watering Gardens, &e., 601t., fitted with brass rose and jet complete, for One Guinea. WATERPROOF ^ATS, LEGGINGS, HORSE-LOIN CLOTHS,' GIG APRONS, WAGGON COVERS, &c., &c. ANDERSON, ABBOTT, AND ANDERSON, 16 AND 17, CASTLE-STREET, SWANSEA. WORKS LIMEHOUSE, LONDON. PRICE LISTS ON APPLICATION. 1418 ( THE ROYAL AGRICULTURAL SHOW. GIP-FFNHOUSES. -Strong, durable, light, and efficient, from £ 5 upwards. Manufactured of wood, iron, and glass. The PORTABLE VILLA CONSERVATORY, price eoo, to be seen at the Royal Agricultural Society Show, Cardiff, at the Stand of T. H. P. DKKNIS and COMPANY, of Chelmsford, Essex. 1987 ROYAL AGRICULTURAL SHOW. J. G. PROGER, PLUMBER, GASFITTER, &c., 12 AND 13, TRINITY-STREET, CARDIFF, Begs to announce that he has Jwt completed an Alteration of his Premises, and added a. SHOW-ROOM FOR GAS-FITTINGS. His New Stock comprises a large and varied Assortment of GAS- FITTINGS, GASAUERS, HALL-LIGHTS, &c., of the most Recent Design. J. G. PROGER will occupy STAND 273 AT THE ROYAL AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY'S SHOW, 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 A VARIETY OF SPECIAL EXHIBITS. r 1436 j ROYAL AGRICULTURAL SHOW, CARDIFF, j j D A V I E S, XENVYN, & Co., J THE BOBOUGH TEA WAREHOUSE, Beg respectfully 'to inform their numeffrtw friends, customers, and the inhabitants ht geneifal, that they hate just received a special consignment of tbtfBneet TEAS, imported for the above occasion, which cannot be surpassed for strength and purity; therefore request a critical examina- tion of their prices, as follows :— Broken leaf Congou (not dusty) Is. 4d. Superior Kaisow Congou, full souchong flavour 2s. 011. A combination of the choicest kinds imported, recommended to large consumers 2a. 8(1. Extra fine Congou, possessing the aromatic flavour, so eminently refrasking in Teas 3s. Od. Our spejialandbestmixture(ejdremefinequalit.v) 3s. 4d. OBSERVE THE ADDRESS,— 28, BUTE TERRACE, CARDIFF. Sugars at cost to buyers of Tea. 1451 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, 11 large assortment of his celebrated HICKORY AND STEEL CARRIAGES, Elegant, light, and strong, with all the Latest Improvements and Novelties. Gentlemen requifing Carriages are invited to withhold their orders until they make an inspection of the above, which have g-ained Prize Medals at all the late Exhibitions. 1004 YOUR CARD, SIR ? A Gent's Card Plate Engraved in any style, and 100 best Ivory Cards printed and sent post free to any address on receipt of 4s. 6d. in stamps. -Glass & Co, Engravers and Printers, Cardiff. TTTHAT IS YOUR MONOGRAM ? Five Quires T V of Note 1'aper and Envelopes to match, stamped with your Monogram or Initials of one, two, or three letters in any colour for 6s. 6d.-Glass & Co., Die-sinkers, Relief-stampers, Cardiff. TO TRADESMEN AND OTHERS.—GLASS'S Patent Endorsing Machines, Engraved with Name, Business, and Address from 21s. IMPORTANT TO HOUSEHOLDERS, &c. A JL Brass or Zinc Door-plate Engraved with Name complete from 5s. GLASS & CO., HERALDIC DESIGNERS, ENGRAVERS, PIE-SINKERS, AND GENERAL PRINTERS, ROYAL ARCADE, CARDIFF. Arms, Crests, Monograms, and Inscriptions Designed and En- graved in First-class style Specimens and Estimates forwarded on application. 1314 business Addresses. Do JOTHAM AND SON'S JUVENILE CLOTHING. THE LARGE INCREASE IN THIS PARTICULAR DEPARTMENT IS A SUFFICIENT PROOF THAT THE GOODS ARE OF GOOD VALUE AND OF SOUND WORKMANSHIP. 27, ST. MARY-STCEET, CARDIFF. rjiHOMAS TRIST, I FURNISHING & GENERAL IRONMONGER, DUKE-STREET, CARDIFF. A QUANTITY OF STOCK AT OLD PRICES. TEA-TRAYS, FENDERS, FIRE-IRONS, BEDSTEADS, BATHS OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS, STOVES, GRATES, RANGES. Fop THOMAS TRIST LOCK-SMITHING, BELL-HANGING, EAVES-TROUGHING, ZINC, COPPER, BRASS, AND TIN-PLATE WORK. THOMAS TRIST FOR LIPSCOMB'S WATER FILTERS, FARMERS', GARDENERS', AND CARPENTERS' TOOLS, GARDEN-SEATS, LAWN-MOWERS, LAND-ROLLERS, OIL-PAINTS, COLOURS. 1440 !B OOTS! BOOTS!! BOOTS! Cheapest, Best, and in greatest variety at OSBORNE'§, OSBORNE HOUSE. DUKE-STREET. CARDIFF. 188 W FISHER'S EATING HOUSE, • No. 20, Car«line-street, Cardiff. COOKED MEAT TO BE TAKEN OUT. Ham is. 6d. per Ih Boiled Beef Is. 4d. Roast Pork Is. 4d. u Pigs Cheek Is. Od. „ Hot Dinners at 9d.. and Is. 1362 WHOLESALE AND FAMILY WINE, SPIRIT, ALE, AND PORTER MERCHANTS. ULTON, DUNLOP, & CQ1? CARDIFF I DUKE STREET, 81\ JOHN STRSJT, [ AND I WORKING STREET. | a-: SW ANSEA-59 and 60, Wind-street and College-street; J BRISTOL—33, 34, and 35, Broad Quay, 4 and 5, Nicholas-street i and Lower Castle-street; ROCHDALE—Exchange-street; J BIRMINGHAM—Mackie and Gladstone, Dale End BIRKENHEAD—Mackie and Gladstone, Hamilton-street and Chester-street BRADFORD-Mackie and Gladstone, Kirkgate LIVERPOOL-Macine and Gladstone, South Castle-street; MANCHESTER—Findlater and Mackie, Exchange LONDON—Findlater and Mackie, 33, Wellington-street, Strand, and London Bridge Also at BRIGHTON and DUBLIN { HAVE ALWAYS OK IIASB A LARGE AND SELECT STOCK (Duty Paid and in Bond), of PORTS, SHERRIES, MARSALA, CLARETS, BURGUNDY, HOCK, MOSELLE,, CHAMPAGNE, BRANDY, SCOTCH WHISKEY, IRISH WHISKEY, RUM, 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. j F U L TON, DUNLOP, AND C O., j DUKE-STREET, CARDIFF. < 1443 j HAULAGE. HAULASSfr HAULAGE, CARTING, &C., in its branches, at the lowest possible remunerative prices*. Contracts takeji, and the work personally superintended by DANIEL JONES, 1, NEW OXFORD-STREET, SWANSEA. 1421 SPECIAL ATTRACTIONS. R llEITZMAN, JEWELLER, WATCHMAKER 32, ST. MARY-STREET, CARDIFF. Now replete with a magnificent NEW STOCK of the raost van description. THE LATEST DESIGNS IN JEWELLERY, 1 INGREAT GOLD GUARDS, ( VARIETY ALBERTS, I* AND NECKLACES. J VERY CHEAP. 1472 T EETH! TEETH TEETH MR. F. P. KEALL, DENTIST, 199, HIGH STREET, SWANSEA, Begs to intimate that he is at home for consultation dailr. Artificial teeth of every description supplied or repaired on mc4t reasonable terms. The very best workmanship guaranteed. AN ENTIRE SET OF ARTIFICIAL TEETH, FROM jg4 4s. An upper or lower set, from £ 2 2s. Partial sets from 5s. per tooth. H Mr. F. P. K. (or a qualified deputy) will ATTEND at NEATH EVERY WEDNESDAY, at Mrs. Lanham's, 36, Queen-street. 1475 M ARQUEES AND TENTS! JOHN SMART, 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 LAWN MOWERS, GARDEN ROLLERS, GARDEN SEATS, SABLES, Galvanised Wire Netting, Croquet Netting, Indbrupber Hose and Brass Fittings, Watering Pots, and every other requisite for the Lawn or Garden in great variety. The Largest Stock.in South Wales to select from of BATHS, TRAVELLING BOXES, AND JAPAN GOODS CROSS BROTHERS, SAINT MARY STREET, CARDIFF. 968 CARNARVON AND DENBIGH HERALD. (ESTABLISHED 1832.) Price 2d. Published Friday Evening. HERALD CYMRAEG (WELSH HERALD), (ESTABLISHED 1854.) Price Id. Published Thursday Noon. Circulation upwards of 20,000 weekly, through 500 Agencies in North and South Wales, London, Liverpool, Chester, Manchester, and Birmingham. These National Family Journals contain a complete epitome of the news of the week. Maintaining seven special and qualified Reporters, and two hundred occasional Correspondents, local news from the Milling, Agricultural, and Mercantile districts is fully reported throughout the whole of the North Wales and Car- diganshire. For Advertisements of Estates or properties for Sale, these journals present an invaluable medium for publicity, as they are regularly subscribed for by agents and others interested in such matters and through no other medium can the same amount of general and varied circulation be secured in the district. (PER POST). PREPAID. CREDIT. I Half-year. Year. Half-year. Year. s. d. s. d. 8. d. s. d. Carnarvon and Denbigh Herald.. 5 ti 11 0 6 6 13 0 ■ Herald Cyniraeg (Welsh) 3 û ü .40 80; Published at Cft-rnrvon. Proprietor-' — KEES & EVANS i to. whom all communications may. be adoreesed. 1408 business gUflreases. ID JOTHAM AND SON'S BESPOKE DEPARTMENT. SPECIAL ATTENTION IS PAID TO THIS BRANCH 3pEc, OF THE TRADE, AND WELL MERITS THE SUCCESS IT HAS ACHIEVED. 27, Sx\ MARY-STREET, CARPJFF. A GREAT PROBLEM SOLVED.! THE POPULAR DEMAND MET. THE BEST AND MOST RELIABLE gEWING MACHINE IN THE WORLD cAN NOW BE ACQUIRED IN EVERY HOME. NY ONE ITHE "SIENGER' ANY ONEIUPERIOR gUPERIOR I V I N G GEWING MACHINES A ME THE EASIEST TO — LEARN. Q O O D THE SIMPLEax To WORK. MOST APPROVED AND JJEFERENCES o{,or every variety _—————— POPULAR BECAtrSE they are the LOCKSTITCH, make CAN have Embroidery, and sew the greatest variety of Fabrics. rpHE "SINGER" NEW FAMILY ) CASH PKICE X SEWING MACHINE } (hand or treadle.) From £6 10s. ON HIRE AT Is. Sd. to 3s. PER WEEK. G REAT ADVANTAGES A BE OFFERED BY THIS NOVEL SYSTEM. THE HIRER HAS THE OPTION 0 F A T any time, jpURCHASINq QR of UIE MACHINE- J^iTECTiN" A. T A PURCHASE — Prien, ptiE Cash Pric- P, of LCONTI-N-UI-N-(' J)ETURNING it rjTHE~HIRE CAUTION. THE SINGER MANUFACTURING COMPANY'S SEWING MACHINES having acquired an unprecedented popu. larity, several Parties are attemprin^ to Trade upon the Name oi "SINGER," advertising Machines of other Makere • as "THE SINGER," or •• ON THE SIN- GER PRINCI- I'LE,"the Public are warned agaÄnst these Coun- terfeits, and as an additional protection, the Company fix their Trade Mark Plate to every Machine. Purchasers should see that the Plate on the Machine corresponds in all details with the Îac- similie representation of it in the Company's Price LilS. Illustrated Catalogues and detailed information gratis, on application at any of the Depots, or authorised Agents. THE SINGER MANUFACTURING COMPANY'S CHIEF OFFICE IN EUROPE 14 T* CHEAPSIDE, LONDON. I DISTRICT OFFICES IN LONDON: g N E W IN G T O N C A U S E W A Y, S.E. 144 BROMPTON ROAD, S.W. BRANCH OFFICES IN THE UNITED KINGDOM. WALES. SWANSEA, 103, OXFORD STREET.. CARDIFF, 20, DUKE STREET. ENGLAND. BRISTOL, 19, HIGH STREET. LIVERPOOL, 21, BOLD STREET. MANCHESTER, 105, MARKET STREET. NEWCASTLE, GRAINGER STREET, W. LEEDS, BOAR LANE. NORWICH, 12, UNION STREET. PLYMOUTH, 2, UNION STREET. SOUTHAMPTON, 105, HrGH STREET. SCOTL \ND. GLASGOW, 65, BUCHANAN STREET. EDINBURGH, 108. PRINCES STREET. DUNDEE, 49, REFORM STREET. ABERDEEN, 46, GEORGE STREET. INVERNESS, 3, DRUMMOND STREET. PERTH, 64, JOHN STREET. IRELAND. DUBLIN, 69, GRAFTON STREET. BEIJfAST, 4, DONEGAL SQUARE. OFFICES OR AGENTS IN EVERY TOWN. 1400 MR. PETER PRICE, -13JL CARDIFF AGENT TO THE SCOTTISH WIDOWS' FUND. Accumulated Fund. L5,200,000 Annual Income 630,000 Annual Premium Revenue 376,386 A purely Mutual Company, very economically managed, and having ail Accumulated Fnnd eight times as large as its premium revenue, is the ideal Company for an insurer. "L-,Saturday Review, Oct. 2, 1869. The Scottish Widows' is "purely Mutual, very economically managed," and, as the above statement shows, the Accumuated Fund is twelve time* the amount of its Premium Revenue. The balance sheets and information which Mr. Cave's Bill com- pels Life Assurance Oitces to publish, have been voluntarily pub- lishi^ by th" Scottish Widows* Society since 1S25, and' may be obtain,"d of Mr. Peter Price, 3, Croekherixteiwn, Cardiff. 100 -=-£.. CARDIFF ^EKMANENT BENEFIT c BUI'LIWNG SOCIETY. TRUSTEES: "WM. ALEXANDER, Esq., CHAS. W. DAVID, Esq., CHARLES H. WILLIAMS, Esq. (MAYOR OF CARDIFF.) The Directors beg to announce that the following Agents to the Society have been appointed, viz.:— FOR MERTHYR, ABERDARE, AND TROEDYRHIEW. Mr. DAVID EVANS, Auctioneer, Merthyr and Aberdare. FOR PONTYPRIDD AND THE RHONDDA VALLEY. Mr. D. T. ALEXANDER, Auctioneer & Accountant, Pontypridd. FOR BRIDGEND. MAESTEG, AND OGMORE VALLEY. Mr. WILLIAM GLADDISH, Grocer, Dunmven-plaoce, Bridgend. FOR WALNUT TREE BRIDGE, TAFFS WELL, MELIN- GRIFFITH, AND PENTYRCH. Mr. W. EvAxs, Junction Shop, Walnut Tree Bridge. SUMS FROM TO £1000 READY TO BE ADVANCED AT ANY TIME. Apply to any of the above Agents, or to the undersigned, PETER PRICE, Secretary. Dated, Society's Office, 3, Crockherbtown, Cardiff. 967 PRINCIPALITY PERMANENT BENEFIT JL BUILDING seC-IETY. ESTABLISHED 1860. ,3 OFFI CE 8, ROYAL ARCADE CARDIFF. This is the OLDEST & CHEAPEST SOCIETY in the neighbourhood. DECLARATION OF BONUS:— INVESTORS have realised nearly 12 PER CsXT. PER ANNUM havii-g been paid more tha;-i £3ú as Bonus. BORROWERS who have made their full repayments have been paid so large an amount oi Bonus as to REBCCE their interest. a per cent. per annum. DEPOSITS are taken, for which 5 per cent, per annum interest is paid without deductions, shares may be taken and Depes.-f made daily, at the Ottice as above. 350 WM. SANDERS, Secretary. PROTECTOR ENDOWMENT, LOAN, AND JL ANNUITY COMPANY. 34, KING-STREET, CHEAPSIDE, LONDON, E.C. The plan of this Company is to supply <6UMS OF MONEY from £ 90 to £ 2,000, on the security of a borrower and tw(ysui-eties, to be repaid by equal quarterly or half-yearly instalments over three years, a plan which is specially adapted for those desirous of enlarjinf their business opeiat.ons, or of providing against an accidental emergency. For particulars and forms of application, apply to— MR. T. WEBBER, ESTATE AGEXT. 32, ROTAL ARCADE, CARDIFF. Mr. John Jenkins, 20, High-sue: t. Cardiff. Mr. B. A. George, Chemist, Peiitre, Pontypridd. Messrs. T. Waite & Son, Clarence-street, Pontypool. lr. J. D. Cooke, George Hotel and Brewery, Abergavenny. Mr. S. T. Evans, 15, -street, Neiyport, Moii. Mr. H. Venner, Llanarih-street, Newport, Ion. Nfr. Thos. Evans, 2, Adare-street, Bridgend. Mr. G. A. Bevan, Somesset-place, Swansea. Mr. John Evans, Spring Gardens, Wliitland, Pembroke. .Mr. C. Johns, 106, Stow-hill, Newport, Mon. Mr. Ge. F. Priue, Accountant, Chtu-eh-trect, Pontypridd. A"t.¡ .A.v.. ¡, "I,¿';J. business glddresses- HOWELL & Q O.'Sv NEW CARPET WAREHOUSE OPENED ON THURSDAY, JUNE 13, 1872, WITH AX IMMENSE STOCK OF BRUSSELLS, TAPESTRY, KIDDERMINSTER, DUTCH, HEMP AND FELT CARPETS, FLOOR CLOTHS, PASSAGE AND STAIR CLOTHS, &c., In all the newest patterns, at prices that cannot fail to P" satisfaction. ALSO FIVE HUNDRED PAIRS OF MUSLIN, LENO, AND NOTTINGHAM LACE CURTAINS, AT mLY 25 PER CENT. UNDER PRESENT MARKET VALUE. HOWELL AND CO., THE CARDIFF DRAPERS, 13 & 14,4BT. MARY-STREET, CARDIFF. 35S ROYAL AGRICULTURAL SHOW.. ONE HUNDRED VISITORS TO CARDIFF CAN BE ACCOMMODATED WITH BOARD OR LODGING AT THE FOLLOWING FIVE "BRITISH WORKMAN" PUBLIC HOUSES: No. 1.—40, Millicent-street, corner of Mary Ann-street. „ 2.—85, Bute-street, near the Pier-head. „ &-Opposite the Post-office, Penarth. 4.—13, 14, and 15, Whitmore-lane, opposite the Cutem-h988 Shipping-office „ 5.—1, LlandaJf-Road, opposite the Market House, Canton. A ptftlic-house without strong drink, Where you may sit, talk, read, and think, Then safely home return." Refreshments at moderate charges. Come, and welcome. Sub- scriptions for furnishing are much needed.—JOHS CORT, Treasurer, G. SMART, Hon. Sec. Apartments to Let at 4 attfl 1\ Brighton-terrace, or 19, Mount Stuart-square. 1186 F- -= outs. SWANSEA. THE HUDSON TEMPERANCE COMMER- ± CIAL HOTEL, 16, ST. MARY-STREET, SWANNEA. 14W SWANSEA. RAVEN HOTEL, ST. MARY STREET. Families and Commercial Gentlemen visiting Swansea will find the above Hotel one of the most central and convenient- The House has been recently fitted up with great taste, having particular rcard to comfort. Bedrooms and Sitting-rooMS not to be sur- pftgsed. Wines and Spirit# of the Best Quality. 'Best attendant t Proprietor C. FULLER (Late U). BRISTOL. UILDHALL^ COAR^ERCIAL AND FAMILY (J HOTEL, 86 ttni 37, Broad-siret*, siithig, and Stock Rooms. Dinners from 12-30 to 6. Night Porter kef^ W, f, CRolCH. Proprietor. C^ROWN COMMSRCIAlt NEATH. (Near the Corn Market and Town Hall), WINE AND SPIRIT MERCHANT, Families Supplied at very Low Prices. ORDINARY AT HALF-PAST OXE O'CLOCK EVERY WKBKMDAT. PROPRIETOR: EVAN MORGAN SAVOURS. 1491 CLIFTON DOWN FIRST-CLASS FAMILY c HOTEL, FACING THE SUSPENSION-BRIDGE. SUITE OF APARTMENTS, from 3, 1 Guineas per week. Brok- fast, from 2s. Dinners, from 3s. 6d.; Service, 2s. A Suite of Apartments having been recently added to the Hotel, especiallyfor WEDDING BREAKFASTS, the Manager is prepared to provide the same on the most moderate terms. Terms by weekly arrange- incuts only. Suite of Apartments, with board and attendance, 5 Guineas each, fires only extra. Bedroom, board, and, attendance, in public rooms, 3i Guineas. All meals served to the virttort order. Private drawing-room for Ladies. Table DTI ate daily at ra'Al 6; Sundavs at 5. All communications to be addressed, 1428 D. GITTENS, Manager. JEN KIN j 0 NE S, SHIP ON LAUNCH INN, QUAY-STREET, CARDIFF. WINES, SPIRITS, DRAUGHT AND BOTTLED ADE- GOOD BEDS. Adjoining the Law Courts, General Post-office, and Banks. Fi*e p minutes' walk from the South Wales Railway Station. AN ORDINARY EVERY SATURDAY. GOOD STABLING. 15#6 hipping ¿\Otitt5. TR0N SCREW STEAMERS, oi various descriptions, for SALE or HIRE- -^alSSBBiB^rAlso, for SALE, a number of SAILING VES- SELS. For further particulars and price, appiy to RICHARD SHORT, 800 Auctioneer, Valuer, and Surveyor, eardiJL T> URN HAM AND CARDt^ X> FLORA, AYALON, W OLHEF K *JAIL ;t Tux* BCASUA^. PROM CARBFFIP. 1 n „ Sailing to and from Old Pier. 1 Moada^ a{ter Monday SJ aJter o a^ter 2 Tuesday 31 after 3 Wednesday li after 3 Wednesday d tfter iVS&V fi after 4T^i«day. 3 fSSr iVS&V fi after 4T^i«day. 3 fSSr h 5 Friday 5 after 6 •— lrdfty s iaorn [ 6 Saturday 4 sfter Passengers by this route can hook 3rd class to any station on the' Somerset and Dorset or London and South Western Railwavs by the first Thro' Train after the arrival of the Steamer at Buniham. by applying at the Railway Station. FARES.—Burnham, and Cardiff.—After cabin, 2s. 6fl.; fore GHH., Is. Od. Return tickets (available for three days}—saloon 4s. • fore cabin, 2s. 6d. Further information may be obtained bv applyi ng at tihe Bum- ham Steamer's Oflfice, Docks, Cardiff or to 945 E. TAYLOR, Manager, Burnham 'fei CORK, CARDIFF, AND NE«*?OKJ THIRST-CLASS PASSENGER -JL' STEAMERS leave CORK for CARDIFF. with Goods and Passengers, EVERY WEDNESDAY, ratilw £ Milford, returning direct EVERY FRIDAY. For NEWPORT Direct EVERY MONDAY, returning EVERY WEDNESDAY. 1 Fares-Cabin, 17s. 6d.; Deck, 7s.; Cabin Return Ticket, ivat- able for one month, £1 7s. For further particulars see anall Ml* AGENTS. CARDIFF.—Mr. E. C. DOWNING, Shipbroker, Bute Dodo. r NEWPORT.—Mr. JAMES MADDQCKS, Dock-street. v CORK.-MW City of Cork Steam Packet Compony. Penrose Quay. 374 CARDIFF TO NEW YORK /to- TlniECT STEAM COMMUNICA- 3-7 TION BETWEEN THE BRISTOL CHANNEL AND not UNITED STATES OF AMERICA AND CANADA. The SOUTH WALES ATLANTIC STEAMSHIP COMPANY'S New, first-class, full-powered, Clyde-built Steamships GLAMORGAN 2,500 Tons hp. PEMBROKE 2,500 Tons NOka CARMARTHEN. 3,060 Tons 600 fa.p. Or other Firøt-cluø Steamers, will sail regularly between CARDIFF AND NEW YORK, COMMENCING EARLY IN AUGUST. Carrying GOODS and PASSENGERS at Through Rates from aH Parts of England and South Wales to the United Mates and Canada. These Steamships are built expressly for the Trade, and fitted-up 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 11.00 Son, Pontypool; Alexander Brothers, POntITridd; or at the Com- pany's Office, 1, Dock-chambers, Cardiff* 1 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 "rf^REAT WESTERN STEAM VX SHIP LINE." BRISTOL AND N1JW YOPK. The FINE NEW FIRST-CLASS SCREW STEAM-SHIPS of this Line are intended-to sail as follows:- GRE!AT WESTERN,"(2030tonsj.. Wednesday, July 24. AitRAGON," (1500 tons) .Saturday. August 17. STEERAGE PASSAGE to NEW YORK, BALTIMORE. BOSTON, PORTLAND, or PHILADELPHIA. SIX-GUINEAS (E6 6s). The Vessels ot this Lino do not call at any Irish port, but pro- ceed direct from Bristol to New tork. Passengers may be booked through to all parts of the United States and Canada on very moderate terms. To securc berths, &c., apply to MARK WHITWILL and SON, Grove-avenue, ijueea-square, Bristol; or to G. F. Webb and -Co., Bonded Store Merchants, Cardiff4 Harse and Brown, Dock-street, Newport. Mon.; John Morgan, Postmaster, Pontypool; Richard Morris, Grocer, Blackwood J. T. Morgan, 19, Glebeland-slreet, Merthvr Tydfil J. Callaway, Mountain Ash or to d. Tones and Bro., Ship Brokers, Swansea. Passengers are recommended to obtain their Tickets from out Agents before leaving home 807 J^AVIES'S ALKALINE SALINE. rnr vxlled for Acidity, Heartburn. Indigfst'nn, Sickness, and Bilious Headache. It purifies the blood, regulates the bowels, aud is in. ah able for Gout. Erut tive Fevers, and Skin Diseases. DAVIES'S CHALYBEATE SALINE. Highly recomme idea where there is v. airt ot cow..r ia the blood* aweistied with general Debility. In bottles Is. 60. aftd 2s. <• oi v.uv-5;s maker, iJAVJi, C'emkt, Tea'>y. 1189