I I) SPECIAL NOTICE. GLAMORGANSHIRE AGRICULTURAL SHOW PONTYPRIDD MEETING. CHARLES D. PHILLIPS AWARDED FOUR PRIZES, (Twice the number of any other Exhibitor) For STEAM ENGINES, IMPLEMENTS, CARTS WATERPROOF COVERS, &c. N.B.—Contractor to above Society.
SPECIAL NOTICE. GLAMORGANSHIRE AGRICULTURAL SHOW, PONTYPRIDDMEETING, CHARLES RTPHILLIPS AWARDED FOUR PRIZES (Twice the number of any other Exhibitor). For STEAM ENGINES, IMPLEMENTS, CASTS, WATERPROOF COVERS, &c. I N.B. Contractor to above Society.
,%htpPÜ'i JIuttte,. I •S* TEAM BETWEEN^CABDIFB^ < b BELFAST, GREENOCK, & GLASGOW. SAILINGS WEEKLY. ddikpt^E The Screw Sicam-ahips SEVERN, Capt. Fry; ^/f.TWA ALEXANDRA, Capt, Mills; -^NTONA, Capt. Feldtman; CLU inA, Capt. Linklater; AILS A, Capt. Huckman; are «t«ided to bail with Goods and Passengers from East Bute Dock Basin, (unless Prevented by circumstances), as follows during the month of CARDIFF TO GLASGOW. AND BELFAST. 4 Wednesday ..7 p.m. 18 Wednesday- 6 p.m. It Wednesday 12night'j 25 Wednesday. 11 p.m FROM BELFAST TO CARD'* 6 Friday „ 4 p.m. 120 Friday •• i p.m. la Friday „ 6 p.m. 27 Friday -• 6 p.m. GLASGOW TO CARDIFF, VIA BELFAST. 5 Thursday „ 2 p.m. 19 Thumday 2 p.m. 12 Thursday 2 p.m. I 26 Thursday 2 p.m. With liberty to tow andassistVesatels. FA,w3.-TV,fast: Cabin, 17s. 6d.; S^erago lOa. Greenock or G asgow Cabin, 20s.; Return, 80s.; Steerage, 12a. 6d Soldiere or Sailors, IO3. CJoods to be alongside in time tor shipment before the adver- tised time oi sailing. „ Apply in Glasgow to William Sloan & Co. Greenock, to fc'Uiiam Lindsay & Co. Swansea, to M. Jones & Brother; Belfast to Robert Henderson & oon Bristol, to Mark Whitwill & Son; and in Cardiff, to G. F. WEBB & CO., Bute Dock Bonded Warehouse Cardiff, August 1875. 2»8 UNAP.,D ROYAL MAIL STEAMERS. FROM LIVERPOOL DIRECT TO NEW YORK AND BOSTON. PARTHIA. CALABRIA. ABYSSINIA. CUBA. BATAVIA. JAVA. SAMARIA. SIBERIA. HECLA. ATLAS. ALGERIA. OLYMPUS. MARATHON. CHINA. BOTHNIA. *'ii4 CUSARD ROYAL MAIL STEAMERS sail every TUESDAY, THURS- DAY, and SATURDAY, and have superior accommodation for Steerage Passengers.—For further particulars apply 10 "■ & C. MAC TVER, 1, Rumford-street, Liverpool. 23 ti W I T E 8 T A.R L1.N E. fl UNITED STATES MAIL STEAMERS.-LMR- I POOL TO NEW YORK every THURSDAY, and QUEENSTOWrj » FRIDAY; forwarding Passengers to all parts of the Unitea tatos and Canada. The well-known fast Mail Steamers of this line sail as under:- 1 FROM LIVERPOOL. y, Sept. 1FI I'gul't' .) Britannic..Thursday, August*/6 Celtic Thursday, Sept-1 Qcrmanic .Thursday, Sept. 2 Baltic Thursday, Sept. -o Adriatic Thursday, Sept. 9 Each 5,000 tons burthen and 3.000 horse-power. Average passage Each 5.000 tons burthen and 3.000 horse-power. Average passage N day,, in Summer. Dim Winter These splendid Vessels combine the highest soeed and comiorx, *i-d are unsurpassed in their attractions to passengers. <Hv,ed. Saloons and Staterooms amidships, luxuriously furnisii £ 'sno9, libraries, electric bells, bath rooms, Darner's vie Steerages are unusually"spacious, well lighted, yentna •*><i warmed, and passengers of this class receive the ^viiity and attention. Medical comforts free of cnajfe •tewardesses to attend the women and children. „ ,Q For freight or passage apply at the Company's Office, » New York, aid97 and 99, S. Clark-street, Chicag Y'lcenstown to JAMES SCOTT & CO. or to ISMAY, IMM& J>. Water-street, Liverpool; and 34, Leadenhall-street, Jbo • f-C.; to BAKNES, GUTHRIE & CO., Bute Docks, Cardifl «e • 1 BKVAN, Swansea; or to EDWARD PHILLIPS, Braery aui, Bbbw We recommend passengers to obtain their tickets from our kvfceq hefore leaviner home 3t TKT A T 1 O N A L L I IS E TO NEW YORK. hMM&L* LARGEST STEAMERS ^OAT *1^vTICB:fhia ^n<pany vkeS iih0thuB giving Passengers the *100,UC0) Oil sach of its e^\tv and oidance of danger at beat possible guarantee for safaty ano ^T~he moit southerly route has always been adopted by FSIV™ WEDNESDAY filing WEDNESDAV, Aug. 25 JB E QUE EN' WHDXKSDAY, Sept. 1 AIN W KDNKSDAY, Sept. 8. A FROM LOXDGN TO NEW YORK, AS FOLLOWS CANADA WEDNESDAY, Aug. 25 GREECE WKDKKSDAY, Kept, i Saloon I'assage by Liverpool Steamers, 15s, 15, and 17 Guineas, "J Londen Steamers, 30, 1' and 15 guinea?, according to tne fcosttiou of Stateroom—all having same privilege in Saloon Return Tickets TWENTY-FOUR GUINEAS. The COMFORT of STEERAGE PASSENGERS specially con- *4ered—tKo accommodation being unsurpassed for space, light *°d ventilation. STRRRAGK PASSAOK £ 6 to New York, Boston, and Philadelphia ftcludinff an abundance of cooked pro risions. Stewardesses in the Steerage for Females and Children. ..Passengers booked through to all parts of Canada and the CnifZfSSfla ot. reduced rates, via the Erie Railway. Sates at red NATI0NAL gxBAM SHIP CO. (LANNRO), Apply to TOl^. f treet^ Liverpool, or to their Agente, W „ XT'TATTVIT AS&CO .130, Britannia-buildings, Bute '5" iF n Buns Cardiff Castle Hotel. Aberdare P°cka. Cardiff; DAVID RBKS, J T> MORQAM J-W. CADN-t, 4 Withecombe-s reet Aberdare^ jAp8;^pect.place ^master, ^ntypool; J°hk Newtown, Ebb w Vale Tredeear Henry A. Brynmawr. ix? D" Thom98! Clydach and Mar^. passages from the Local Passengers are advised to secure their fassafeeo « lgg ^6DTA HP ORO 1 ANVIPC" AMERI0AN LINE. UNITED STATES MAIL STEAMERS BKTWBKK LIVERPOOL AND PHILADELPHIA, Taking WITHOUT BXTRA CIIARGS. to- NEW YoltK, BOSTON, oR BALTIMORE. Next Sailings are PENNSYLVANIA 25th Aug. I^i DIANA •• •• •• 1st Sept. Calling at Queenstown tho following day to emoarK paaseng This is the only Trans-Atlantic Line sailing under t States Flag, and the accommodation for Passengers is equal TO the European Steamship Lines. nrharf Passengers and Goods are landed at Philadelphia on the the PB NNSVLVANIA RAILROAD COMPANY, which is the ahorxes t.n most direct route to all places in the Western State CABIN PASSAGE 12 to 18 guineas. Return tickets at reauceu 1&tes. STEERAGE PASSAGE as ow as any other line, including an supply of Provisions, cooked and serve up by the Com- INTERMEDIITE PASSAGE, including Peds, Bedding, and all Pessary utensils, and a separate table, £ 8 8s. For further information, apply to runner in ricHARDSOn, SPENCE.&CO., 17 and 19, Water-street. LiverpooL Or to JAMBS AYR* 162, Bute-road, Cardiff JOHN COPKLAND, 24, High Tydfil; i>AviD DAVIES, 2, Cannon- jfoet, Aberdare. 171 A LLAN LINE. 1,)^. R\ SH0B.TBST OTSAN PASSAGII TO AMERICA. e Composed of twenty First-class t1 .SAILING DAYS—From Liverpool, every Tu y Baltimore r-t Canada, and every alternate Tuesday to H^Misf i .^fwarding passengers on easy terms to all parts ot l/an ana o States. » .if clflsoofl of burgeon and Stewardesses provided free for all classes • assenerera » ^Passengers who secure their Tickets beforeA^ntof toet at the Railway Station in Liverpool by an appointed Agent ol he Comply who takes charge of them ontU they go on board Y, 8th^cSian Government grants ASSISTED PASSAGES by he ji llan LINE to Married Farm Labourers and Female Do- ^Po^^fVeiKht or Passage, apply to Allan Brothers and Co., Alexandra Buildings, James-street, Liverpool, or to G. Bird, But £ 5S* Cardiff- T. J. Buse, 29, ^age-street, and 3, OxioM ■ 'W H. Moseley, Wind-street, Neath D. ireel, C'irdigai. m — :—- J¡:tgal I BANKRLJFTCY ACT, 1869. In the County Court of Glamor^nshire^h0,f<n ^q^riatkinf'by In the matter of a Special R^1u^eS 0f the Manchester S^ngement, of the affairs of DAMEL RI'^3' Glamorgan, Souse, Ystrad, near Pontypridd, in the County and Draper. REES who have not Crtditors of the abovj-named DA^Ib hefore the 2nd day *ir^y proved their Debt. are required on or names and SEPTEMBER. 1875. to send proofs with thm me, the ^^■esses, ar.d the particulars of their debts oi cl ce Swan- j^ersigned John Dauiel'ihomas, of No. 1. C^ "it thereof they the trustee: under the liquidation, or m defai^ oge(1 i0 be be excluded from the benefit of the dividends p P aeclared. _i9aa5d this 21at day of Augu8t' 1875'j. n>TjA\iAS. Trustee. KC LEECH. BILL p 0 AND ADVERTISING CONTRACTOF., o 17. WOOD-STREET, CARDIFF, and 3' CARDIFF-STREET. 5fn^ 811 toe I'rinciyial and most piominont POSr.O 81 TIONh ,n Canton and R.OR.t.h. Tran Orier for '"r S RFLANGRYE BROS, and STEEL supply Portable Semi-portable Engines for all purposes; VERTICAL «rf ENGINES, LOCOMOTIVE ENGINES, STEAM and HANI) < V '.ANES (portable or fixed), MORTAR MILLS, SAW BENCHES, ^ud all classes of Gearing. Prices and particulars on application e. Mltz bg RUCTION. Swiss Hall, Crocl^herbtown, Cardiff.—Sale of New Brussels and Wilton Carpets, Household Furniture, &c. ME. W. P. STEPHENSON will SELL by AUCTION, on FRIDAY, AUGUST 27, 1875. at the above Premises, a large Consignment of New Brussels and Wilton CARPETS, HEARTHRUGS, &c., of elegant designs and colours, made up in Equares of various sizes, and handsomely burdered, suitable for drawing, dining, and other rooms, also bedside pieces. fringed and bordered; together with a quantity of HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE and other Effects, the property of Mrs. Biuford, and removed from Adamsdown House for con- venience of sale, and others, consisting of mahogany dining tables, massive Spanish mahogany pedestal sideboards with cellaratte and sliding trays, capital rosewood semi-grand piano, music stool, (i mahogany chairs in Morocco, stuffed backs and seats, bagatelle board with appurtenances, oil paintings in gilt frames, sewing machine, patent mangle, washing machine, iron American rocker, set of superior metal dish covers, and hot water plates, bell metal preserving pans, large kitchen and ironing tables, ironing stove and irons, cheese press, churns, aDd sundries. Mahogany carved 4-post and half-tester bedsteads, several iron bedsteads, feather beds, mattresses, palliasses, mahogany and painted chests of drawers, washstands, dressing tables, commodes, towel rails, &c., bedroom chairs, various baths, toilet ware, winged wardrobes, hanging prueses, toilet glasses, bed- room carpets, &c., &c. Sale to commence at 1 for 2 o'clock. SALE TO-IIORROW. Cardiff.—Rose Cottage, Upner North-road.—To Parties Furnishing and Furniture Brokers. MESSRS. BARNARD, THOMAS, CLARKE, and CO. (in conjunction with Messrs. Hill, Hopkins, and Co.), have been instructed by the Trustee to SELL by AUCTION, on the premises, as above, on TUESDAY next. AUGUST 24th, the whole of the HOUSEHOLD FURNI- TURE and EFFECTS belonging to the Estate of Mr W. E. Pincott (in liquidation), including drawing room suite, in walnut chethenier, and inlaid table, all in walnut bronzed and other fenders, and irons; nialiogany table and cover; mahogany couch; Brushe s carpet and hearth-rug; pier glasses, mahogany chetficnier, China tea service, mahogany four-post bfd- stead, marble top washstand, Duchess table, m'óhogany and painted chests of drawers, washstands and dressing tables, cane- seated chairs, fexther and milpuff beds, bolsters, and pillows, &c., &c., together with the usual kitchen requisites. The lots may be viewed on the morning of the Sale, which will commence punctually at 12 o'clock at noon. There will be no reserve. 4, Crockherbtown, Cardiff, 18th August, 1875. 18co Te Furniture Brokers, Private Families, and otijeChurch- — street, and 78, St Marv-street, Cardiff. MESSRS. BARNARD, THOMAS, CLARES, .LVJL and CO. (m conjunction with 'Messrs Hill, Hopkins, and Co.), have been instructed by the Trustee to SELL by AUCTION, on tt-e premises as above, on WEDNESDAY and THURSDAY, the 1st and 2nd September, the whole of the valuable STOCK-IN- TRADE, FIXTURES, and other EFFECTS, belonging to the estate of Mr W. E. Pincott, Furniture Broker, in liquidation. The S: ock comprises a handsome mahogany dining-room suite in Morocco, drawing-room suite in green rep, walnut cheffioivor with marbl" top and glass back, gilt and other pier glasses, nor, hair and ppring-seated easy chairs in Mor-cco and American cloth, mahogany hair-seated and olli, r sofis, mahogany chef- ioniers, mahogany Pembroke, loo, hall, and occasional tables mahogany and pair,ted chests of drawers, iron bedsteads, marble- top and other washstands and dressing-tables, birch dressing- table and stand, pviited wardrobe, swing glasses, feather beds, mittresses. palliasses, &c., v. ith a large assortment of other articles, the whole amounting at cost price to the sum of £ 484 6s 9d. The Lots may be viewed on the mornings of the sale, which will commence each day punctually at 1 o'clock at noon. There will be no reserve. For further particulars, application can be mnde to Messrs Gamble and Harvey, 1, Gresham-buildings, Basinghall-stieet, London or to the Auctioneers. 21, Crockherbtown, Cardiff, August 18th, 1875. _u_- 1857 Kent Villa, Cowbridge-r, ad, Canton, Carditf. MESSRS BARNARD, THOMAS, CLARKE JLTJL &nd CO. have received instructions to SELL by AUC- TION, en the Premises as a Vive, on FRIDAY, August 27th, the whole of the HOUSEHOLD FURNITUftE and other EFFECTS of Mr Sydney W. Hurford. including Mahogany Suite in Leather, Walnut Iite in hep, Walnut Whitnot, Chetfloniiier, Mahos-any Dining Table, Mahogany Musical C,ock in Case, Curtains, Poles and Rings, 50 Pieces of China. 100 Volumes Books (various). Bagar telle Table Duchess Dtessing Table. Mahogany and Stained Wardrobes, Double Washstand with Marble Top, Dressing Table with Marble Top, Iron Bedsteads, Bedding, Chest of Drawers, Cane-seated Chans, Kitchen Requisites, etc., etc. There will be no reserve. Also a largo glass case, in pitch pine frame, containing a rare and valuable collection of Coral. On view the morning of Sale, which will commence punctually at Noon. For further particulars application can be made to Henry Matt henvs, Esq Solicitor, Cardiff or to the Auctioneers, at their Offioes, 4, Crockherbtown, Cardiff. August 19i,h, 1875. 1889 SALE TO-MORROW. College Chambers, 2 College-street, Swansea.. MESSRS PRICE, JENKINS AND CO. have been instructed to SELL by AUCTION, at the above Chambers, on TUESDAY, August 24th, 1875, a large assortment of HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, China, Glass, Ware, and other Effects, comprising Walnut Drawing-room Suite in rep, Walnut Chiffonniere with plate-glass back and marble top, Pianofortes, Walnut Oval Loo Table, Chimney Glass in gilt frame, Brussels and Tapestry Carpets and Hearthrugs, Sewmg Machines, Fender., Fne Irons. Mahogany DiDing-room Suite in hair seating, ditto in father, Mahogany Sideboard., T.leicope Dining Tables, &c., &c.; eFrwf^ 1Pt? Mah°gany and Iron Bedsteads, Ward- robes, Chests of Drawers, Mahogany Washstands with marble tops, Duchess Dressing Tables to match, Towel Hor-es Com- modes, Sets of Chamber Ware, Cane Seat and other Chairs, &c &c*1&c.China' Gla88' War<5' KUchen Furnit«e, Cooking Utensils, c ♦ Goods on View morning of Sale. Sale to commence at Eleven o'clock in the forenoon Parties furnishm* are recommended to inspect the above Ooods. _-——————————— 1912 „ The Bankruptcy Act, 1819. ———————— I Es. °* Hou%o and Premises at Penarth MESSES JOHN JENKINS «nd co. have received instruct ons from the Trust™ H, ? Hugh Allen, in Liquidation, to SELL by AUCTION Queen's Hotel, Cardiff, on Thursday, the 26th DLV N?'A, 1575, at Two for Three o'clock p.m. precisely subi^t th? ditions to be then produced, all that convenient DWELT mn' HOUSE and PREMISES, situate in Chnrch-road Pen^rti^ T known as Creswick Hou;e, and containing S^oom kitchens, pantry, *«., and seven bedrooms, two attics and b^th' room with usual conveniences. In the rear is a three st^w £ »»«" »•»«. For further particulars apply to D. Walter Davis ESQ fir,11^; tor, Cardiff; or to the Auctioneers, at their offices 20. Hiih- street. 1 Dated street. 1 Dated Cardiff, 13th August, 1875. j JTIORTY SHARES in the SW AN SEA SHTP 1 ING CO. to be DISPOSED OF by Printeoltl to Messrs Price, Jenkins & Co., College'ChrmbertcoilSe-str^' Swansea^ 1913 Troedrhiwtrwyn, Hafod Estate, RhenddTvTlw MESSRS D. EVANS AND SON AJS.. to SELL by AUCTION, at the ColUen- ° ? «ridd on WEDNESDAY, August the 25tk ifr^??otel'P,0Pty* fn the Evening, subject to such conditions 'as shall heV th ° k Morgan, Esqncing December 30,11568, at the low ground rent of for small capitansw. The tenant wib show the property, and any further T PERS. I-O be disposed of, by Tender, by order of the Trusts t. hard Metwwd William Samuel Tows 88. Northgate-s^eet, ofThc City of Gloucester, tailors, the in Trade of the estate amounting at cost t he sold at a dis- count therefrom to 1U lot for Cash. The stock consists of Black Broads, Cheviots, DoeBkins, Beavers Mel- tons, Fincy Trouserings, Vests, Italian Cloths, Alpacas, Trim" mings, &c., and may be viewed on the premises, 88, Northaate" street, Gloucester, up to Monday, the Stat instant, on whieffi" at 12 o'clock at noon, the Tenders will be opened, and the Pur' chaser declared, <jt the offices of Messrs W. C. Evans and Co Bell Chambers, Gloucester, of whom further particulars may be obtained. 1789 EARLY in the Autumn, 1875, will beSOLD~h^ AUCTION in Lots, the WHITEHALL FARM, and othir Freehold and Copyhold LANDS COTTAGES, and other Build. ings in the parish of Rumney, Monmouthshire, about two miles from Cardiff, having a frontage to the turnpike road, from Cardiff to Newport, of nearly half a mile, well adapted for the erection of a superior class of villas, commanding extensive views of the Bristol Channel, including the Bristol River, Clevedon, Weston, Penarth Hill and Roadstead, &c. Mr Skyrme, of Whitehall Farm, will show the whole ef the lands to enquirers. After the 31st of December there will be one toll gate only on the road, at Id riding horse, and 3d for horses drawing carriages. 1016 To Parties wishing to Disoose ot Goods of all Descriptions by Public Auction. W H. PINCOTT, Junr., begs to intorm the T T W public that he has iost commenced as AUCTIONEER AND VALUER, And will do all in his power to give satisfaction to those who will favour him with their commands. All Sale Accounts Settled day after Sale. ADDRESS 13, CHURCH-STREET, CARDIFF. 755 a.- to by uttiou. Carmarthenshire.-Desirable Freehold and Lea-sehold Properties MFSIRS H?^. HARRIS & TAYLOR will QWT T hv AUCTION, at the Pelican Inn, Kidwelly, on SELL by A of August, 1875, at Four o'clock in the iftemLn suSect to such conditions of sale as shall be then produced:- FREEHOLD FARM, Heuse, Outbuildings, LOT 1.—AH that FR or thereabouts of Land thereto and Premises, and ten BlQGIN> sltuate m the parjsh Qf attached, known as rcad leading from Llanelly to Pembrey, adjoining int. Pembrey Village. parcel of FREEHOLD LAND, con- LOT 2.-All the Piece 20acreg or thereabouts, together with toe1 CcrttageJBara^uildings thereon, known as "Lurry Hill- adjoining Lot 1. p el 0f FREEHOLD LAlfc. *djoin- LOT 3.—All that Piece or pa,i3h of Pembrey, Mhaaiin? ing Emlych Farm, m J nerches or thereabouts. by admeasnrement 2 roous o .Joccupation of Mr John FrtAster The above three lots are in the o<* f the proprietor. j of FREEHOLD LAND, situate LOT 4.—All F p brey> containing by admeasure- at Cross Low, m the Parish oi occupation ol Mr Phillips ment 5 acres or thereabouts, now as yearly tenant. Tercel of LAND, situate on Morris LOT 5.—Ail that Piece of gid*elly, containing, byes- Cross Marsh, m the Boroug in tj,e occupation of timation 10 acres or thereabouts. Mr David Anthony as yearly ten • & ]ea90 0f gj years, under This lot is held for the remaind Corporatioii of Kidwelly, a yearly rent of 25s payable to tne r JoHN p0RRESXER) Big(jin For further particulars apply t aifferent Jremises) • Farm, Pembrey (who will also g> Merthyt. Vydfil; 0r Messrs MORGAN, WHITK & WHITE, so _DFLL to the AUCTIONEERS, Court-street, M 1535 Auctioneer's Offices, August 5th, j— —Bridgend. To Timber Mer- GIMOTO™E-CO,S«'SBT MESLR„ R TO bo SOLD by AUCTIOK, by^ JL JONES and SON, at uc-pTKMBER, 1876, at Three SATURDAY, the 4th day of conditions tm will be o'clock in the afternoon (subject w ^g^aMe LEASEHOLD then and there produced) the folio b water-power SAW- PBOPERTY, namely, the working order, with the MILLS, in full business, and first ra heel aru\ Machinery are Stable, Granai-y, Sc., &c. The wa, an(1 alj the appliances powerful, and comprise saws, u business, together with the necessary for carrying on an exten» building purposes, or any soacious yard, which is available 1 igeJ are situated about a other business, if required. T iVnvi and Ogmore Railway, m'le from the Tondu Station of the /vbourhood, new coal works, in the centre of a fast-improving neu; ^)rthe unexpired term buildiag, &i &c. The premies are at the atmuai ground of 99 years, from the 29th Septemne > tor a pU8hing man and water rent of £ 10 5s. A rare opp° of business. d satisfactory reason cxn Further particulars may be haa, on application to the be given for giving up the busrn Jenkins> Coytrahene, Auctioneers, or the Vendor, Mr «l 1934 -pOR SALE, by"5^^C^ £ RACT, A LEXANDRA DOCK, NEWPORT, MON. • PftNTRACTOR'S PLANT, FOR SALE, a large Quantity ensines, steam cranes, consisting of locomotive and portaDie e ^fl() a few powerful mortar mills, waggons, rails, sleeper^ ™ r. on tj,e Works, draught horses. Apply to J. Griffiths, Con 1007 HOUSE PROPERTY INSURANCE by WILLIAM ROBBIN3, H°u»VnAn CARUIFF. AGENT, 15, NORTHCOTE-STRBKT, CASTLB-RYA > bed-rooms, TWO SHOPS. Castle-road.— £ 900, containing Will sitting-room, kitchen, scullery, 6tc.. m addition be ready for occupition early in July. „rM COntainiug 8 TWO HOUSES, Garnet road, Cyril-crescent- £ W 8 rooms and appurtenances. Let at £ 52 per an • wjt SIX NEW liouses, Pearl"streetT £ 1 uoth stone dressings. Newbridge stone fronts and brick and Bat" stone dressmgs. Let at good rents.. „,ortion inDiamond- NEW 7-ROOMED HOUSES, now in couise of erection 'mi/ Street, Splottlands.— £ 200 each, free of all strcet. — £ 550, VILLA RESIDENCES (TO be' LET), Northco^sUeet. 11 rooms, conveniently arranged, and well litteu FIVE^HOUSES, including spacious SHOP, Garnet-street, paying a good dividend.— £ 1,200. which may Most of the above lots are subject to a n10^ g^num. The remain if desired, at interest at 5 per cent, P gomc cases property will then pay from 10 to 12 per cent. ian 552 more) upon amount invested. 652 -JYTESSKS PRICE, JENKINS, AND^>" AUCTIONEERS, VALUERS, ESTATE, HOUSE, AND G L COMMISSION AGENT&, aT'R'EET. COLLEGE CHAMBERS COLLEGE-STli^ SWANSEA, Swansea and BEG respectfully to inform the inhabitants tjje above Neighbourhood that they have just commenceu departments Business, and their long and varied experience ). the advan- of Commerce will enable them to afford their v _aure ^1 those tages of that experience. They, at the same tin iu8tructions who may avail themselves of their services tnai will be carried out with promptitude and dispa • jjjnda 0f The above Rooms are now open for sale. Household Furniture and other Goods for absoi NOTB THE ADDRESS- sWA.N8EA. COLLEGE CHAMBERS, COLLEGE-bTREKA^- WILL I AM SANDERS, ▼ ▼ AUCTIONEER, AGENT, ESTATE AND INSURANCE1, A 8, ROYAL ARCADE, CARW^E Has tL. following PR three jottagesin CARDIFF.—Two houses in Caoal Paraae Bazzanj.jtreet, with the Court adjoining; Grocer's Shop, in 17, and 18, in stable and other back premises; also r«u d ^hree houseB Buzzard-street. Four houses in Russell-street, in Buzzard ttreet.. Cvril Cresent Two ROATH.—Three genteel Residences in. in Metal-street, houses in Copper-street Six Genteel r 4^ 45, 46, and and Seven in Gold-street. Nos. 27 ?n p^ridge-rOad. 47, Clifton-street; and One House inran, two houses CATHAYS. —Four houses in WoodviUe xer in Letty-street.. ^reet. Eligible site nf CANTON.—Eight houses m H^ket^ Eiy.road. Freehold Land at the corner of GRANGETOWN.-Nos. 8,9,10, KnoIe^ may be had on A liberal proporOoi of the purchase- m J mortgage. Apply as above. ^JARDIFF.—HOUSES FOR SALE. Ml H*»- From £ 225 each. rathays, price £ 190 each.. Three HOUSES in Flora-street, Catnay^ Five HOUSES in Eclipse-street, Splot Four Ditto Clifton-street, Roatn. Several SHOPS in Gwnet'rtre3 > t, Grangetown, price £ 550 Five Brick HOUSES in Oakley x>iamond-street, Roath, price Five HOUSES and One SHOP in »>»»» £ 1,300. p Ruby-street, price £ 550 session. txattqt?! in Mary Ann-street, incoming £ 60. AJS3j?SSJ2l^S PROPERTY FOR SALE, aU parts of the 40 Apply to JAMES LODGE Hou^ E^ and General In- mrarfri Agent, 60, CMFTON-STRBBT, CARDIFr. -= JUSUfantt U SCOTTISH WIDOWS' F D. THE BSTABIIISHBD 1816. X- A oonmnpftB •• £ 19,000,000 Existing Assurances 6.900,000 Accumulated Funds • V50,000e The whole preftoWongs to and is divisible amongst th j olicy Holders alone. AGENT :-MR. PETER PRICE, 3 CROCKHERBTOWN, CARDIFF. 1100 A RAILWAY ACCIDENT to any particular in no doubt, a (theoretically) remote contin- fency but it may happen, as a matter of fact, gency, uu^ <A1irnev underaken, and as the sum \e7h ft ^ii C seen the risk (in a peounTy at h^exttnguished FOR LIFE is almostab- 5fS?iS £ l^ittonottoo much to say that the in- Burdly smal, obyjquS DUTY in the case of most £ 1000 if killed, with liberal allowances whole life. Smaller amour, te in portion RAILWAY ACCIDENT MUTUAIi ,ASSURANCE COMPANY (Limited). OT1^ RESERVE FUI^D AND ffCra^NTEE m,000 Prospectuses, &c., free, on application to Mr.. B. r F.S.S. MW BAR^LM, 2, VICTORIA PLACE, Or MR. M. WATERS, 2, GEKBNWAY TBRRACB, JN^AIH. 105 ACCIDENT INSURANCE COMPANII (LIMITED), 7, Bank Buildings, Ixrthbury, K.U. General Accidents. Railway Accidents. Personal Injuries. I Death by Accidents. INSURANCES may be effected direct with the Office, 01 thi-ough the various Agents throughout the Country.—Foi Agents, see Local Directories. lonlv„ 105 0. HARDING, Manager ublit Jlotiee* QARDIFF FLOWER SHOW. WEDNESDAY, 25th AUGUST, 1875. BANDS THE COLDSTREAM GUARDS. THE CYFARTHFA BAND. Reduced Fares to Show: —Taff Vale Railway, the Rhymney Railway. 1831 JPERNDALE GAS COMPANY, LIMITED DIRECTORS. Ma LEWIS DAVIS (Messrs Davis and Sons), Ferndale. Mr GEORGE GRIFFITHS, 2, Windsor-place, Cardiff. Mr T. W. PARRY, L.R.C.P., M.R.C.S., Ferndale. Mr WILLIAM DAVIES. Khonddalnn, Ferndale. Mr DAVID THOMAS, Provision Merchant, Ferndale. The Company has been formed for the purpose of supplying the important town add district of Ferndale with Gas. The wor a, which have been designed by Mr J. L. Cocker, the eminent gas engineer, of Merthyr Tydfil, are nearly completed. Thev are replete with every modern appliance for the economical manu- facture of Gas, and have been planned so as to be adequate to supply the future wants of the district within a radius of about three miles. The population of the locality is rapidly increasing, and the Company, therefore, iook forward to the enjoyment of great prosperity. The works, including all erections, mains, &c., and incidental expenses, are estimated to cost about Z7,000, of which L6,000 have been already subscribed, and the Directors now solicit subscriptions for shares to the extent of L2,000, divided into 400 shares of .£5 eich, payable Sl on application, El on allotment, and the balance at intervals extending over six months. Applications to be addressed to the Secretary, Mr J. Edwards Price-, The Court House, Pontypridd. 1451 PONTYPRIDD WATERWORKS JL COMPANY. Incorporated by Act of Parliament, by which the liability of the Shareholders is limited to the amount of their Shares. CAPITAL £ 30,000. Issue of £ 24,000, in 2,400 Shares of £10 each, Li payable on application aindfl on allotment. DIRECTORS. Mr DAVID POWELL, Mount Pleasant, Pontypridd, Chairman. Mr GEORGE GRIFFITHS, Coal Proprietor, 2, Windsor-place, Crock- herbtown, Cardiff. MR AARON CULK, PO itypridd. Mr EDWARD ASTON, Merchant, Coedpenmaen, Pontypridd. Mr MORGAN MORGAN, The Field, Pontypridd. Mr JOHN DAVIES JOKER, Pontypridd. Mr THOMAS THOMAS, Treforest, Pontypridd. Mr ROBERT THOMAS, Solicitor. Pontypridd. Mr HENRY MORGAN, Mining Engineer, Bute Villa, Llantrissant. ENGINEER. MR ALEXANDER BASSETT, M.Inst.C.E., Cardiff. SOLICITORS. Messrs SPICKETT & PRICE, The Court House, Pontypridd. BANKERS. THE WEST OF ENGLAND BANK, Pontypridd. AUDITORS. Mr CHARLES BASSRIT, Manager of London and Provincial Bank, Pontypridd. Mr ROGER JONES, Pontjpridd. SECRETARY. Mr E. C. SPICKETT, The Couit House, Pontypridd. The Company was incorporated by Act of Parliament, in the J'°ar j864, with a capital of £ 6,000, for the purpose of providing a water supply for the inhabitants of the town of Pontypridd and oi8trict of Treforest. The existing Reservoir has a capacity of Million Gallons, and, together with the mains and other works, cost £ 6,500. J bis supply having become inadequate in consequence of the great increase in the population, and the existing Reservoir, jrom it8 position> not being capable of supplying by gravitation i|ie populous district, which has recently sprung up around rontypridd, the Company applied to Parliament in the past Session and obtained powers to raise the additional capital of 000, and construct a large Reservoir above Ferndale, capable containing about 18 million gallons for the purpose of securing an abundant supply of water by gravitation for the whole of th^ "'strict between Pontypridd and Ferndale in t' e Rhondda Vach a'\ey, and Frwdamos m the Rhondda Fawr Valley. tow £ 8e P°Pulous valleys extend from Pontypridd for a distance al- w £ -her-ot ^even Miies.and contain a population of about 25,000, y ea• W' certainly continue to increase very considerably for many dLst"8-' 3,8 t*le numerous new Collieries and other works in the ver create a demand for houses, which, notwithstanding the h:/7 ^eat efforts that have been made for years to meet it, have oerto failed adequately to supply. Rh Vi s'rcam from which the supply will be obtained is the ondda Vach River, near its source above Maerdy. wh,>ch con- .«» i in iii niwiia—ii^i—i. mum urn;iin iproved to suitable for all domestic purposes. hat Company, notwithstanding its insufficient water storage, cent ^een» aud still are, paying a dividend at the rate of £ 6 per am?is in<ended to take advantage of the present low price of iron »na reduced price of labour to push on the works to completion tiohn0C' and is expected that the supply will be in full opera- h in the spring of next year. Messrs D. Davies and Sons, the large coal proprietors at Fern- ie nave 1 aken up £ 5.000 of the capital. A r°8pectuaes and forms ol application for shares may bo OD« from the Secretary and Bankers ENGINEER'S REPORT. Cardiff, 29th July, 1875. GBNTLBMKN, PONTYPRIDD WATER. n accordance with your instructions I have considered the best of proceeding with the works as sanctioned by your Act of ""8 year, and am of opinion that, inasmuch as the urgency of water supply in the Rhondda Valley is great, it would be desir- aoie that you should arrange for laying the pipes throughout your district at once and if this suggestion is adopted, there is no reason why the district, should not be supplied with water °efDre the summer of next year. As the Reservoir will not be °ompleted at so early a date, an arrangement can be made to obtain a temporary supply of water during its construction, •"its is undoubtedly a tavourable time for commencing the works, "II IrOn and materials can be obtained on reasonable terms. .jn order to carry out the works by the time I have named, it J? oe necessary to obtain, without, delay, tenders from responsi- parties for ttia supply of the pipes and for the execution of other works. In consequence of the reduction that has taken Place in the price of materials during the past six months, I am o» opinion that the works will be executed below the Parliamen- tary estimate In accordacce with your instructions, I have commenced the Preparation of the detail working drawings, with the specifica- tions necessary. I am, Gentlemen, Yours faithfully, 182± ALEX. BASSETT, M. Inst. C.E. JKEDISGAR MEMORIAL. Persons wishing to subscribe to the above are requested to their names, without delay, to the Hon. Sec., R. STRATTON, Duffryn, Newport. The Memorial is to take the form of a y*jn Exchange, to be erected in Newport, with a statue or bust 'he late Lord Tredegar oVer the entrance. 1806 CARDIFF LIBERAL ASSOCIATION. LOOK TO THE REGISTER. The NEW LISTS of VOTERS published by the Overseers are now tq bd seen on the doors of the various Placos of Worship, or the Office of the Liberal Association, 8, Royal Arcade, Cardiff. All Liberals are requested to examine the Lists, to secure the correct insertion of their Names Places of Abode, and Qualifica- tions and in case of omission or error to apply at once at the above Office for Forms of Claims, which, with all Information, may be had Free of Charge. Liberal Lodgers must make new claims. All, liims must be made on or before August 26th. W. SANDERS, Agent to the Association. CIRCULAR. J RPHE LONDON PIANOFORTE AND MUSIC X WAREHOUSE. 74, CROCKHERBTOWN, CARDIFF, 1st JULY, 1875. Sm.. We beg respectfuUy to submit to you our re- duced scale of charges for tuning pianofortes. We strongly recommend their being tuned at stated times as being the best means of keeping them in good order, and pro. noting their durability. Soliciting your obliging commands, We are, Sir, Your obedient servants, RIGHTON & COMPANY. T E R M S Z 9. d. SINGLE TuNING (Town) 0 5 0 T- VI t (according to distance,and by Do. (Country) • • ( special arrangement.) YEARLY TUNING—Once a quarter: Town (one pianoforte 0 18 0 Do. (two pianofortes) 1 10 0 Country (one pianoforte) ..110 1446 Do. (two pianofortes) 1 15 0 OW TO MAKE zel,ooo PER YEAR, JLJL WITH igl,000 CAPITAL, BY FARMING IN AMERICA. For particulars, &c., call upon, or address,— THE AMERICAN LAND COMPANY, 138, FLEET-STREET, LONDON. 199 IPROFITABLL, FARMING IN AMERICA. WHERE TO GO, AND WHAT TO DO, For particulars, &c., call upon, or address,— THE AMERICAN LAND COMPANY, 138. FLEET-STREET, LONDON, 200 L loublir ffiflliris. NEW WESLEYAN CHAPEL, 131 GARNET-ROAD, ROATH, CARDIFF. On TUESDAY, AUGUST 24th, The Rev MARK GUY PEARSE, (of London) Will Preach at Half-past Seven p.m. Collections will be made in aid of Trust Funds. 1863 O EGIME NTAL ORDERS by Lieut.-Col. H ILL, ill Commanding Third Glamorgan Artillery Volunteers. Cardiff, 21st August, 1875. 1.—Commanding Officer's parade on Thursday, at 7 30 p.m. Full uniform. Officers, patrol jackets. Band to attend. 2 officers commanding Batteries are requested to send into the Brigade Office, not later than Wednesday next, the names of the N C officers and men who are to compete for the £.10 Prize, with the 40-poundtr B.L.R. guns. Members who competed for the County prizes are not to be entered. 3.-The Nos. 1 of Detachments WIll return the serge tunics to store on 'or before Thursday next. Capes to be returned at 4. Armstrong and muzzle-loading Rifled Gun dri,l on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, and Fridiy, at 7.30 p.m., and Saturday, e.SOjp m^tt^y, penarth.—Carbine and Company Drill on Men- day, at 6.45; full uniform. Gun drill on Wednesday and Friday, at 7 p.m. A Royal Artillery Instructor to attend. 6.—For duty during the ensuing week :—Captain Pratt, lieu- tenant Decandia Surgeon Vachell, Sergeant Foster, Corporal Phillips, Bombardier Butt, Trumpeter White. By Order, (Signed) W. PITMAN, Captain and Adjutant. MILFORD DOCKS COMPANY. Incorporated under the Milford Docks Act, 37 and 38 Vic. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Ordinary Half-yeaily GENEPAL MKETING of the shareholders will be held on TUES- DAY; AUGUST 24th, at I p.m., at the Offlees of the Company, 3, Tower Hoyal. Cannon-street, London, for the transaction of the ordinary business of the Company. On the conclusion of the business of the ordinary Meeting, the Meeting will be made extraordinary, in order to authorise the exercise of the borrowing power of the Company. NOTICE is further Given, that the Register of Transfers will be closed from the 16th to 21th day of August, 1875, both days in- clusive. By order, CHARLES C. HOOD, Secretary. Secretary's Office 3, Tower Royal, Cannon-street, London. August 9th. 1875. _om 1922 GRAND EXHIBITION AT BRECON. THE ANNUAL SHOW OF DOGS, to which this year will be added POULTRY, PIGEONS, CANARIES, AND CATS, will be held at BRECON, ON. WEDNESDAY THE 25TH AUGUST, 1875. Schedules and Entry Forms may be had of the Secretary, Mr. W. J. Roberts. Entnes close on August 10th. ost entries with double fees up to August 15th. Arrangements have been made with the Midland, Brecon and Merthjr, Mid Wales and Neath and Brecon Railways to run trains at single fares for the douDle journey from all statioas when the ordinary fare is not less than One Shilling. The Dogs will be shown in a Field at the back of the George Hotel, and the Poultry, Pigeons, Canaries, and Cats in the Market- house. Admission to Dogs Judging, 8s. (no tickets. Tickets from 1 to S, 2s.; from 3 to 6, Is from 5 to 7, 6d. 1300 XCURSION.-SOUTH WALES TO THE E NORTH. On MONDAY, AUGUST 30th, Excursion Tickets ti Chester, Bir- kenhead, Liverpool, Warrington, Manchester, Rhyl, and Aber- gele, will be issued (with exceptions) by train leaving Swansea (High-street) at 7.40 a.m„ Neath 8.5, Bridgeud 6.0, Cardiff 6.45, and Newport (High-street) 7.10 a.m., available to return on any week day up to Monday, September 6th. For further particulars see special bills. J. GRIEilSON, General Manager. Paddmgt>n Terminus. 1917 L 0 N D 0 N CLOTHING. J. GREENBOAM, Celebrated Court Tailor, of 43 and 44, Lom- touU«Blliet, ailU 63, and 67, Gracechurch-street, London, in- tends VISITING South Wales for the purpose of taking Orders from Gentlemen and his eld Customers in that locality for every description of Wearing Apparel. Will be at the Wyndham Arms, Bridgend, on Wednesday, August 25th and at the Mackworth Arms, Swansea, on Thursday, August 26th. Any Gentlemen desiring to be waited upon at their own resi- dence please write to the above Hotels, stating time, &c. 1899 U" NIYERSITY COLLEGE OF WALES.— U The SCHOLARSHIP EXAMINATION begins on the 6th October, 1876. For particulars apply to the Registrar, Abervst- with. 1nblic APPOINTMENTS* c AltDIFF SCIIOOL BOARD. PUPIL TEACHER (third year transfer preferred) required for Adamsdown B ys' School. Apply, with copits testimonials, and stating age and salary re- quired, to D. REES, Clerk of the Board. Cardiff, August 20th, 1875. 1929 TOTO AND CONTRACTS J^LANDAFF DISTRICT"RAILWAY BOARD. PAKISHES OF ST. GEORGES AND ST. BRIDKS-SUPER-ELY. TENDERS are invited for the ERECTION rf a STONE BRIDGE, across the river Ely, and situated in the Parishes of St. Georges and bt. Brideti-Super-Ely, and within a 100 yards of St. Georges railway crossing. Plaos and specifications may be seen on application to me, at 3, Mark-street, Cardiff. Tenders are to be sent in, under seal, endorsed St. Georges and S'. Brides-Super-Ely Bridge, to Mr W. P. Stevensnn, Clerk to the Llandaff Highway Board, Smith street, Cardiff, not later than FRIDAY, September 3rd, 1875. The Board do not pledge themselves to accept the lowest or any tender. The Surveyor will meet all intending Contractors near the St. Georges railway crossing, on Monday, August 30th, at 3 p.m. By order, WILLIAM PRICE, District Surveyor. Dated Auz. 19th, 1875. 1928 TO BUILDERS AND CONTRACTORS. TENDERS Wanted for the ERECTION of COTTAGES, at Mansel Town, Pentre, Swansea. Plans and specifications may be seen at my office from the 17th fast, .to the 27th inst. Tenders to be sent in not later than the 30th instant. The lowestor any tender not necessarilv accepted. JOSEPH TOTTON, Architect. 1895 8, Page-street, Swansea. JQBBW VALE LOCAL BOARD WATERWORKS' TENDERS. The Local Board are prepared to receive TENDERS for:- 1. The construction of an impounding Reservoir, Waste Weir, Bye-wash, Filter Beds, Tank, Road, and other Works. # 2. The supply of cast-iron socket pipes, and other pipes ana castings, required for the said Waterworks.. ■ the 3. For hauling, excavating, laying, jointing, and^fixing said cast-iron main pipes, servi pipes, &c., and oth .inin„ the supply of water 10 Ebbw Vale, and other ihe lst day PIMIS and specifications can be seen on and aftor th i of August, at my Office, Victoria Chambers, Bridge-street, flew P°CopiMof the specificat^ns ran be obtained of he forwardtd to me on or before the 31st day of tA"K"st "ext; lves acoept the lowest The Locil Board do not bind themse or any Tender. JOHN E. WARD, Clerk to the Board. Clerk's Office, Newport, Mon., 28th July, 1875. 1839 m O MAST E R S 1 JN KRS. TFKTIFRS wanted for ENLARGING a PIT at the Flour Mill TENDERS wan tea kwork and tubing, Apply for further SSuStlL Manager, Mr J. Protheroe, Whitecreft near Lydney, Gloucestershire. f|AO BREWERS, PUBLICANS, & OTHERS. A genuine Wholeale and Retail BEER, PORTER, COAL, CULM and PCTATOE BUSINESS to be DISPOSED OF, by Private Contract, with immediate possession, in one of the most flourishing seaport towns in Pembrokeshire. Attached to the above business is an old-established Double-Licensed House. The whole are situated near the railway station and the docks, which are now in course of construction. Satisfactory reasons will be given for the present prodrietor leaving the businesses. For full particulars apply to Messrs Price, Jenkins, ard Co., College Chambers, 2, College-street, Swansea. 1614 COMBINED AIR COMPRESSORS and STEAM C ENGINES specially designed for use in MINES, Quarries, Tunnel, and Railway Works. Apply for prices and particulars o TANGYE BROS. and STEEL, NEWPORT and SWANSEA. vustutssAddrttss. THE DRAPERY SALE OF 1875 WILL COMMEKCE AT JJOWELL AND COMPANY'S, ON SATURDAY NEXT, AUGUST 21ST. H. & Co. having commenced the great alterations and additions which they have for some time contemplated, Me now pro- secuting the work in such a manner that, when finished, it will be fonnd replete with every convenience for carrying on their still-increasing trade, and will also add immensely to the general comfort of their customers. H. & Co. have at all times endeavoured to make their Sales attractive by selling goods consideriblv under Market value, and by not pretending to do what they could not carry out. This Eale coming at a period when the Stock must be sold and cleared, or left to be worthlessly damaged by workmen, will be made the most important, and the Sale of Sales. H. & Co. have not in this case quoted prices, beini determined to sell at figures that cannot fail to convince all customers of the great benefit they derive by mak:ng their purchases direct from them—especially on these occasions. DOORS OPEN DAILY AT TEN O'CLOCK. CASH.-NO CREDIT. HOWELL AND COMPANY THE CARDIFF DRAPERS, 9, 11, 12, 13, & 14, ST. MARY-STREET, CARDIFF. SU M M E R C L O T H I N G FOR BOYS, YOUTHS, AND GENTLEMEN The Newest Fashions for the SUMMER SEASON now on View at Messrs. W. PRICE and SONS READY MADE CLOTHING ESTABLISHMENT, Display the Recent Improvements in Material, Style, Make, Fit and Finish. Single a-id Oouble-bre isted Coats in Black and Blue Worsted Coatings. The New" Suits of a Piece" in Tweeds and Heather Mixtures. The New Trousers and Vests to Match, in Checks and Stripes. Tbe New Yachting Suits, for Boys and Youths. The New Hats, in til sizrs- Light, Smart, and Durable. ADDRESS CARDIFF HOUSE, CARDIFF. TiKRxs-AllGoods must be Paid for on or before delivery. 21- H" YDRAULIC LIFTING JACKS.-TANGYE t < BROS. AND STEEL have at their Depots for immediate delivery, A LARGE STOCK OF THEIR PATENT HYDRAULIC LIFTING JACKS and DUPLEX SCREW PUNCHES. Owing to the completion of great extensions at their works, and increased facilities for manufac- turing, THEY HAVE REDUCED THE PRICE OF THESE JACKS AND PUNCHES 30 PER CENT. Price List on applisa tion. TANGYE BROS. and STEEL have at their Depots, TREDEGAR-PLA.CE, NEWPORT, MON., and OXFOliD-BUILDINGS, SWANSEA, HYDRAULIC BEAKS, Screw Bears, Ratchet Braces, Tube Wrenches and Cutters, TUBE EXPANDERS, TUBE SCREWING MACHINES Stocks and Dies, Smiths' Forges, Vices, and Steam Fittings o all descriptions. gniidin0 o(ieties. PRINCIPALITY PERMANENT BENEFIT JL BUILDING SOCIETY. OFFICE:—8, ROYAL ARCADE, CARDIFF: AND 43. YORK-PLACE, NEWPORT, & 3, GLEBE-STREET, PENARTH. THE OLDEST, LARGEST, CHEAPEST, AND BEST SOCIETY IN THE DISTRICT. Animal Income for the year, 1874, 44-1,006 16s. 8d. Triennial Profits, divided in 1874, £ 1,574 18s. 5d- This Sddiety has now been worked for 16 years toiUurut loss. Shares may be taken, and deposits, from £10 to jcS,000, at per eent. interest, free from risk, can be made daily, on appli- cation at the Offices as above. WILLIAM SANDERS, 108 Managing Secretary. fftttoitrtttions* HOW TO MAKE MONEY. LYNKEUS or, How to Make X100 a Year with a capital of 410 by investing in Mines- Second Edition, 2s. 6d. MIDAS or How to Convert .£100 into Lloo,000 in Ten Years by Investing in Funds. Third Edition, 2s. 6d. Address Captain Lindsay, Lilley, Lut< n, Beds. RP H E CARDIFF TIMES, A PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY—PRIOB 1 WOHSNCB, Is the LARGEST WEEKLY PAPER in Wales, and has a Circula- tion greater by many thousands than any of its contemporaries. It has long been the recognised head of the Weekly Press o Wales, and contains a larger number of Advertisements than an n its contemporaries. Chief rffic o C'RDTFF. Proprietor; D. DUNCA JRctris. THE ROYAL HOTEL, CARDIFF PROPRIETOR MR. R. WAIN. Mr. R. WAIN (for ten years Proprietor of the Griffiu and Hotels, Brynmawr), begs to announce that he has comnlet d arrangements with the Cardiff Hotel Companv (Limited), and ha taken possession of the ROYAL HOTEL, CAKDIFF, which h will in future conduct. He trusts that the reputation which h acquired as Proprietor, first of the Griffin Hotel, and subsequently of the Castle Hotel, will be an indication of the manner in which he will carry on the Royal Hotel, the Largest and Best Hotel in South Wales. 185 HE PAVILION W.NE ALSD SPI[RIT .JL VAULTS, Fisher-street, Swansea. J. PHILLIPS, Pio- prietor. Allsopp's Ales and Guiness's Stout. Well Aired Beds. Good accommodation for lodgers at moderate charges. 1582 TTR WATERLOO~DINING AND COFFEE ROOMS, SWANSEA. The above Old-Established Refreshment Rooms are now Re- opened under entirely new and superior mwlagement. Every accommodation for Visitors at Moderate Charges. Close to the Market, within five minutes of all Stations. A. R. S. KEATES. Proprietor. REMORNE HOTEL (LATE GLADSTONE'S), OYaTERMOUTII-ROAD, SWANSEA, facing the Sea, is now RE-OPENED, and entirely re-furnished. Visitors from the country are respectfully i. formed that every accommodation and convenience will be provided for terms which will be found exceptionally moderate, -Ap]ply to the Proprietor, M. H, ANDERSON.—N.B—A large piece of ground, enclosed with high wall, suitable for circuses, waxworks, theatres, &c. 840 TIE[ E M A L T S T E Rsr A R M S, OXFORD-STREET, SWANSEA. CHARLES PIDSLEY, PBOPRIEJOB The above Old-Established Inn has recently been thoroughly renovated. and is now under entire new management. WINKS AND SPIRITS OF THE BEST QUALITY. PRIME DEVONSHIRE ALES AND CIDER. The Trade supplied. N.B.-Spccial attention is called Lo the celebrated Ale-, and Cider. 20*0 THE COMMERCIAL AND FAMILY. JL TEMPERANCE HOTEL. TEA AND DINING-ROOMS. Next door to the Assembly Rooms. Three minutw walk from the Railway Station, MUMBLES T. BEHENNA, Proprietor. 196 THE OLD AND FAMOUS HOTJCL, MHE "TALBOT," VICTORIA STREET, JL BRISTOL, HAS BEEN REBUILT, AND WAS OPENED ON THE 6th OF MAY, AS A FIRST-CLASS FAMILY AND COMMERCIAL HOTEL. 164 MISS LINFIFLD, Mnnarrer. — EMPLOY THE "STAR" FURNITURE VANS. S. J. DAVIES, NO 1 THE HAYES, CARDIFF. 197 ONES EROTHERS, PRINCIPAL BILL- POSTERS AND DELIVERERS, HIGH-STREET, NEATH, AND BRITON FERRY. Circula, ii addressed and delivered. Bill Posters to the Great Western and Neath and Brecon Railways, and the principal Auctioneers. Lessees of the Priucipa Posting Places. 18