Welsh Newspapers

Search 15 million Welsh newspaper articles

Hide Articles List

1 article on this Page



WEST OF ENGLAND FASHIONABLE TAILORING ESTABLISHMENT, 10, SMITH-STREET, CARDIFF, WILLIAM LEWIS, TAILOH and DRAPER, begs most respectfully to inform his numerous Friends and Supporters, as well as the Public generally, that he has just received A large Assortment of New and Fashionable Goods suitable to the forthcoming Season. An early inspection will greatly oblige. All orders executed on the shortest notice. W. L. begs also to add, that he has a large stock of WOOLLEN GOODS of every description and price for sale. N.B.-BEST LONDON AND PARIS IIATS. 10, Snith-strcet. Cardiff", April 19, 1849. PAPER Ranging. A. BEVAN, iy PAINTER, PAPER HANGER, &c., PATENT PLATE AND CROWN GLASS WAREHOUSE, No. 5, CASTLE-STREET, CARDIFF, BEGS to announce to the Gentry, Clergy, Tradesmen, and other Inhabitants of this Town and its Neighbourhood, that he has just }) received SEVERAL THOUSAND PIECES of PAPER, of the NEWEST AND MOST EXPENSIVE DESIGNS, from-the London and Birmingham Houses; and that he has made his purchases upon such terms as enable him to supply the Public at very Reduced Prices. Patterns forwarded on Application. Experienced Workmen sent to any Distance. Cardiff, April 18th, 1849. J. J. PURCHASE. SEN., & CO., AUCTIONEERS, ACCOUNTANTS, BROKERS, COMMISSION, GENERAL, AND ESTATE AGENTS, Castle-street, Castle-gate, CARDIFF, and George-street House, BATH. J J. PURCHASE, SEN., & CO., most respectfully and urgently direct public attention to their system of business guaranteeing implicit confidence, punctuality, and despatch in all transactions of the various branches committed to their charge, studiously persevering to deservedly merit the honour of a large share of patronage. A personal acquaintance with importers of commerce throughout the United Kingdom, places them in a position to effect business on most advantageous and economical terms. 24, DUKE-STREET, CARDIFF. H. GRANT BEGS most respectfully to inform his Friends and the Public that he is now SELLING OFF the whole of his well-selected Stock of Watches, Closks, Musical Boxes, Jewellery of every Description, Plate and Plated Ware3, Optical, Nautical, Mathematical, and other Instruments, Charts, Log and Cargo Books, together with a large assortment of CABINET and FANCY GOODS, TABLE and FANCY CUTLERY, PERFUMERY, &c., &c. The whole of which he is disposing of at a very great reduction. P.S.— H. G. takes the present opportunity to return his grateful acknowledgments to his numerous Friends and Supporters for all past favours and assures them it shall be his constant study to merit their future patronage. All work in the above business executed on the premises at the shortest notice at very moderate prices. May 31, 1849. "i.- TEAS AT WHOLESALE PRICES, CARRIAGE FREE, No. 2, BUCKLERSBURY, CHEAPSIDE. I ^IIE heading of our Circular sufficiently indicates the basis of our system, viz.—that of supplying the Public with Teas and Coffees I at Wholesale Prices for Ready Money. This announcement may appear somewhat presuming; and the question may naturally arise—How one party can sell at Wholesale Prices, while another requires a Retail Profit? The answer is simply this Our arrangements are identical with those of the largest Wholesale Establishments, and framed on the most Economical Scale. Our Warehouse, situate in a bye thoroughfare, is one of the most spacious in London, and affords the Greatest Facilities for the most Extensive Transactions, and is entirely unencumbered with those merciless expenses inseparable from the show of a Retail Shop, and for which indirectly the purchaser is taxed. Our business, the parent of many branches, extending throughout the United Kingdom, is of such magnitude, that our purchases arc necessarily large, and we thus derive every advantage the market anbrds." It will, therefore, be seen that we are in a position to supply the public on ? worujmivuZ tvi wts—-in fact, to supply at first hand by which all intermediate profits are saved. | In quoting a partial selection of our priecs, we have appended a few recommendatory remarks, and we wish particularly to be understood as holding ourselves responsible for each character so appended. We mention this, in consequence of the too frequent practice of late-particularly in the Tea Trade—of gulling the public with false alluring titles-and while some arc distributing their rubbish at half a crown a pound, others adopt the ingenious appellation of best Black Tea, which, for quality, is on a par with Best Hats 4s. 9d.; Best Boots, 8s. 6d.; and Best Coats, a Guinea. It is, in point of fact, pretty candid confession that they do not keep the finer descriptions of lea. The following List is composed from the Latest and most Favourable Quotations in the Market. BLACK TEAS. 8. d. Goon ORDINARY CONGOU ( a very fair common Tea) .2 8 GOOD USEFUL CONGOU (a useful Tea, decidedly cheap) .3 0 STRONG COXGOU TEA (a very good Tea for domestic use) .3 4 FINE STRONG CONGOU, PEKOE FLAVoUlt (This is an excellent Tea, and deservedly in repute) 3 8 FINE PEKOE SOUCHONG • 4 0 (We might here refrain from publishing a higher price, for positively a higher price is unnecessary but we keep the higher prices for Connoisseurs. ) SUPERIOR PEKOE SOUCHONG (from the Kongshing estate, rich aud rare) k. .4 4 T-IRSANG SOUCHONG v\ .5 0 (This is the acme of perfection in Tea, and bears comparison in repute to old Beeswing Port.) GREEN TEAS. s. d. GOOD USEFUL GREEN (this will mix with Black at 2s. 8cl) 3 0 FINE TWANICAY (this with the Black at 3s.) 3 4 YOUNG HYSON (a very good Tea, and with the 3s. 4d. Black, makes an excellent mixture) 3 8 1< INE YOUNG HYSON (a little on the Cowslip flavour) 4 0 GUNFOWDER TEA (very strongly recommended).4 4 SUPERIOR YOUNG HYSON (This is a most excellent Tea, and is really the most useful of all our Green Teas; it pos- sesses great strength and a fine aromatic flavour.).5 0 FINEST HYSON (This is a choice Tea, possessing all those rich and delicate qualities line Hysons arc celebrated for) .6 0 FINEST GUNPOWDER 7 0 (This is The Gunpowder, and is quite a treat; not many years since it was sold at 16s. per lb.) COFFEE. NVe wish to direct particular attention to Coffee, fropi the fact of our having, after great trouble and expense, succeeded in perfecting he machinery for roasting-, which has never before been discovered. Letters patent are already taken out for the invention, which Preserves the aroma, and removes that acidity, so frequently complained of by delicate persons. S. d. GOOD CEYLON COPFlm (Good sound Cotfcc) 0 10 FIXE CEYLON COFFEE (a very good Coffee) .1 0 J'IKE PLANTATION (recommended) 1 2 Å s. d. FINEST JAVA COFFEE (much and deservedly in request) .1 4 THE FINEST CUBA COFFEE (strongly recommended) I 6 FINEST MOCHA COFFEE 1 8 It will be naturally inferred from the above that it is a favourable time to lay in a stock, as prices never were so low, nor can a greater fall reasonably be anticipated until the excessive duty of 2s. 2Jel. is reduced. For example, we are now selling Good sound Congou at Ss per tb., which, after deducting the ciuty, leaves but 9:|d. to remunerate the merchants and pay all expenses of importation— a price by which the importers must be great losers. 1 J k Referring to the above list we venture to solicit a continuance of that support hitherto so liberally bestowed. Having now established one of the Largest Businesses in the kingdom, we refer with pride to the progressive increase durinf the last twenty years, proving that our System of Business, based on liberal principles of commercial enterprise, and holding out unprecedented advantages, is fully appreciated. ° All orders are expected to be accompanied by a remittance or Post Office order or if a reference in London be made, payment on Receipt and approval of the goods will be sufficient. Our Terms are Cash, and we seek remuneration only by maoruitude of business, vur motto is, Small profits awl quick returns." NOTE.—Teas are delivered carriage free to any part of England when the quantity ordered exceeds six pounds, but the carriage of voftce is not paid unless accompanied by Tea. 2, Bucklersbury, Cheapside MANSELL AN-D CO. Delivered Ca rriage Free to any Part of the Kingdom. =or GUTTA PERCHA TUBING beirg kX uuaffectcd by moisture, acids, ai kaiies, grease, &c., is useful for the con- veyance of Gas, Water, Oil, Chemicals, Liquid Manure, &c. It is peculiarly va- luable for Drain and Soil Pipes.—In case of any stoppage, an incision can be made in the tubing with a sharp knife, and readily closed again by means of a warm iron. Its strength is extraordi- nary the small half-inch diameter tn b- ing, having resisted a pressure of 2.50 lbs. on the square inch without bursting. GUTTA PERCHA is totally imper- b y ?T yfrf, Yr unf1er3°ing any material change; it is not so liable to inefrom1 P10?^' ?s a ,? rCUm 18 nf by the frcst of winter or die drought of summer, as metal or leather Ihe smaller sizes of me lubmg may be had in lengths of 100 feet, and the larger sizes of 50 feet each. ?erchft 4ubin& ,)em& so extraordinary a conductor of sound, is now being extensively used as speaking-tubes in mines, ^numctories, hotels, warehouses, & luis tubing may also be applied in Churches and Chapels, for the purpose of enablin- deaf 'ii i 18 V• ? scimon> <^C- l'or comcymg messages from one room to another, or from the mast-head to the deck of a vessel, it aitiabiC. It is also an excellent medium fov ventilating mines. *t>.1MlLL UA^DS.—The increasing demand for the Gutta Percha strapping for driving band*, lathe-straps, &c., fully justifies the K recommendations they have every where received. J J W -G ?rT4 iiCHA .P U 13 CrCK &TS, CLACKS, &c.—Few applications of Gutta Percha appear likely to be of smch extensive ni„t to engineers, uc., as the substitution of it fot, leather in pump buckets, valves, &c. These buckets can be had of any ° sc»,a or and as cold water will never soften them, they seldom need any repair. V:<>ri t'- r-> "-Oil A ORNAMENTS.—Iu imitation of the finest wood carving., suitable for the decoration of Houses, cabinet- v i 1A PERCHA CRICKET BALLS arc superior to any others yet invented. They are never softened by the grass however q, md oemg niadc without, any stitching are not liable to rot like the leather ones. 'fUf. IA PivliCilA BOUNCING BALLS tuay be had in every variety of colour. p MRCil'A CLOTHES' LINES.—Being unaffected by the weather, they may be left out in the open air without sustaining .Ur-y. PERCHA BALSAM.—Valuable for stopping the bleeding from cuts, &c. <3UR LA PlUiCHA WINDOW BLIND CORD is easily joined by heating the ends. Does not contract and expand like the ■«anry Cord. It may bo had of various colours. Perch: soles, solution, flower-pots, inkstands, card-trays, medallions, picture-frames, brackets, mouldings, window-blind k S smp-disnos, tap-ferules, cornices, vases, lire-buckets, bowls, pen-trays, stethescopes, thin lining, thread, ear-trumpets, < £ c., &c.. -ifactured at the Coatpwv'e Works. Wharf-road, City-road, London; and may be had of their wholesale dealers in town or country, t. :r- QUALITY THE TRUE TEST OF CHEAPNESS. THE OLD-ESTABLISHED TEA AND GROCERY WAREHOUSE. No. 15, DUKE-STREET, CARDIFF. (LATE SILAS PHILLIPS.") I TEAS. s. (I. Excellent Black Tea, strongly recommended. 4 0 Rich Pekoe Flavour, and very strong. 4 8 The very Best 5 0 Flue Green. 4 0 Young Hyson 5 0 ,.Pearl Gunpowder. 6 0 The Finest 7 0 COFFEPIIS. -d.. Good Useful Coffee 1 0 Fine Plantation, an excellent article 1 4 Rich Mountain, Mellow Flavour 1 8 Real Old Mocha 2 0 I FRY'S COCOAS and CHOCOLATES, Fancy and Plain. BUTTER; Gloucester, Cheddar, and American CHEESE E'.iW Wiltshire BACON; HAMS, TONGUES, PICKLES, SAUCES, &c., all of the very best quality, and at extremely low prices. • RICHARD CALDICOTT. Pro'Drietc.i. > ABERDARE. To be Sold by Auction, by Mr. John Jenkins, ON THURSDAY, JUNE 7, 1849, AT THE BOOT INN, ABERDARE, AT ONE FOlt TWO O'CLOCK, Subject to such Conditions as shall be then produced, THREE MESSUAGES or DWELLING-HOUSES, with ex- tensive Gardens, having abundant supply of spring water, situate at MOUNTAIN ASH, in the parish of Aberdare, within 100 yards of the Railway Station, contiguous to the Aberdare turn- pike-road, and bounded on the high road from thence to Lanwonno. The property.is held under a lease from J. Bruce Pryce, Esq., for 99 years, of which about 96 are unexpired. These premises are very advantageously situated, being surrounded by extensive collieries, in work, and others now preparing for working, with thoso about sinking for coals, being within an easy distance to the whole con- sequently, are in demand by the better class of workmen, who are certain rent-payers. The premises are built in a substantial manner, and the ground-rent very moderate, with most liberal clauses in the landlord's lease, a duplicate of which may be seen at the Auc- tioneer's offices, Wind-street, Aberdare, with all further particu- lars necessary. PONTYPRIDD. To be Sold by Auction, by Mr. John Jenkins, Unless jJreciiously sold by Private Contract, of which due notice will be given, AT THE NEW INN, PONTYPRIDD, ON WEDNESDAY, JUNE 6, 1849, AT ONE rOli. TWO O'CLOCK, Stibject to Conditions which will be then produced, SEVERAL ALLOTMENTS of BUILDING-GROUNDS, S with a substantial Public-house erected on one, with conve- nient appurtenances attached, situate near to the Newbridge Chain Cable Works, and bounded by the Glamorganshire Canal, and the high road from Cardiff to Pontypridd. The supply of water is abundant, and its position very advantageous. The woole of the allotments may be had together if desirable the site being an ex- cellent one for the erection of a Foundry, Brewery, Chemical Works, or any other manufactory. A plan of the whole may be seen at the Auctioneer's Offices, Wind-street, Aberdare, and a tracing will be forwarded,on application. The premises are held under a lease from the Glamorganshire Canal Company, the original term being 99 years, of which about 62 are unexpired. The counterpart of lease may be seen with the Auctioneer, with every other particulars required. YSTRADYFODWG. afro be Sold, by Mr. John Jenkins, A FREEHOLD FARM, called PEKCELLY, situate in the Parish of Ystradyfodwg, containing, by admeasurement, about 50 acres of excellent Meadow, Pasture, and Arable Laud. It also abounds with ironstone and coal. Several seams of the latter have been proved, particularly Mr. Coffin's celebrated coking coal, generally known as the Bodringall vein, otherwise the Coskshate seam, and there are altogether upwards of 35 feet of marketable coal, in the stratification of which is included the Aberdare steam coal, known as the upper 4-foot, with several other workable seams, varying in thickness from 9 feet to 3 feet. Black band, yielding 48 per cent., has been found in the adjoining laud, and there is no doubt of its being in this land as well. The line of the Rhondda branch of the Taff Vale Railway is laid within 50 yards of the boundary, and there is plenty of water- power passing through the estate, and has a most eligible site foi the erection of a small iron works. For further particulars, apply to Mr. David Evans, of Rhondda- fychan, Ystradyfodwg, the proprietor, or to Mr. John Jenkins, land and mineral surveyor, auctioneer, &c., Wind-street, Aber- dare. CAPITAL INVESTMENT. MONEY "WANTED. npiIE SUM of £ 1,500 is required, on mortgage of freehold land. I Ample aud satisfactory securities will be given. For further particulars, apply to Mr. John Jenkins, land and mineral surveyor, auctioneer, &c., Wind-street, Aberdare. SECBETS WORTH KNOWING. Important to Brewers, Publicans, and Beer Retailers. IT has long been matter of surprise that so much difference should exist in the clearness of Ale and Beer, where the same quality and quantity of Malt and Hops are used. The apparent excellence and superiority of some Ales over others has been ascribed to various causes some affirm that one Brewer, in order to makefinc clear Ale, employs deleterious drugs in the preparation of his liquor; while others more charitably ascribe the difference to the excellence or otherwise of the water used; neither of these inferences are c( rrect. GEOIiG J5 ALSOPP, of High Park House, near Sheffield, after thirty years' experience as a wholesale Bre.ver, having retired'from that business, has compiled in a ne,at and comprehensive form, most invaluable infractions for brewing Ale and Beer, and a plain and simple method (for publicans and others) of producing fine spark- ling Ale in a few hours, however thick or muddy it may previously have been, without adulteration or in any way infriagin<» the exis.-regila ions; ° To which is added an APPENDIX, with full and complete directions for making LEMONADE, SODA WATER, and GINGER BEEH, by which a single individu.il, without machinery or any outlay whatever, except purchasing the (glass) bottles, may make and bottle all or any of those hover, g ready for immediate use— six uoze..i m one hour—at u cost of -j .1. per dozen the whole ren- dercd so c^ear and intelligible as to make it impossible to be inisun- derstood. orwarded, post free, to anv address, on sending thirty 2?S^ijS*aiUpS t0 Gi30BGB AlSOi'P, Office, No. ii, Westbar Green, Saefiui.1. Cardiff to and from Worcester daily. "HERO" .It" 1. ,z i COACH. O next, May ioui, ia-iy, the "HERO" iuACH with run every day (Sundays excepted) instead of three times a-week, leaving Cardiff at a quarter past Seven in the Morning, and arriving at Worcester at Five in the Evening in time for the Express Trains for Birmingham, Manchester "and Liverpool. BLAND. LLOYD, and CO., Proprietors. AN T E D 1 MME D I A TELY, a YOUNG MAN, ~a Confectioner and Baker. He must he well recommended. Apply to Mr. THOMAS opposite, the Town Hall, Cowbridge. For Sale by Private Contract A WELL-BUILT SHOP and FOUR DWELLING-HOUSES situated in Wellington-street,. Merfhyr Tydfil, now in the occupation of M r. James Kerrick, and others. Annual rent about £45. Ground rent low. Further particulars, apply to J. II, Longley, Esq., Cardiff. j THE OPENING OP SAINT MELLONS BRITISH SCHOOL. F PHE OPENING! of the above SCHOOL is to take place OK JL TUESDAY EVENING, the 5th instant, The Chair will Toe taken at Five O'Clock, and addresses v-ill be delivered by the REVS. THOMAS DA VIES, MERTJIYH, THOMAS GRIFFITHS, NEWPORT, AND EVAN MORGAN, CARDIFF. WESLEYAN CHAPEL, NARBERTH. • I^HE above CHAPEL, having undergone considerable reps'li* will be RE-OPENED, on WEDNESDAY, JUNE 6th, 1849. The Rev. J.WOOD, of Bristol, will preach in the Morning, Eleven, and in the Evening, at Half-past Six o'clock and the Rev. J. MARTIN at Half-past Two in the Afternoon. On LORD'S DAY, JUNE 10th, S. GARRATT, Esq., will preach in the Morning, at Ten o'clock The Rev. T. R. WILLIAMS, or Merry Vale, in the Afternoon, at Half-past Two; and the Ii, J. ROSSELL, at Six in the Evening. Collections will be made at the close of the several Servian,. towards defraying the expenses incurred in the above repairs. Narberth, May 23rd, 1849. C AIM) JET. To be Let, with Immediate Possession, A N OLD-ESTABLISHED WINE and SPIRIT TRADE.' 1 where a profitable, extensive Ready-Money Business been carried on for a number of years. Incoming moderate. For particulars, apply to Mr. JOHN THOMAS, Spirit Vaults, Duke-street, Cardiff. TO PARENTS AUD GUARDIANS. THERE is a Vacancy in the offices of Messrs. BAILLIE, GALVI. L and. Co., Engineers and Surveyors, for a well-disposed y Youth as an APPRENTICE, if Out-door, no Premium will 1« required. Address, by letter only, to Messrs. Baillie, Gale, and Co.. Co}*?- man-sfrjet, City, London. BRISTOL GENERAL STEAM NAVIGATION COMPANY, OFFICE. QUAY. BRISTOL. d I rpHE following steam vessels are intended to sail from Cumberland Basin, -Bristol, ). and from Cork. Jurcmn and Sab/ ina W att r— ford, Victory and Hose; Tenby, Oxpreg; ford, Pater, and Haverfordwest, Osprey; CV- mart-hen, Plwmix and Torridqe, direct: S- au- ea, County and Baresford; Newport, Suiift and Usk; Cardiff, Slot- and Prince of Wales, as under-mentioned, during MAY, 1849 :— FROM BRISTOL TO ■g £ P-. s r1 MAY. -3 £ a 5 Cjt is § t 3 "3 H — S r .3 £ ■'■c y Tuesday i i pm i pm i p.n j l pai 1 pai i-5 puiiU om Wednesday 2 piui 1 pin rhursday. 3 3 am 31 pm! pm Irxday 4 31 p,n. 4 aiii 4 pm 3ino0n>- Saturday. 5 4i pm 5 am 4| proj 5 aai Monday.? .77 77 77" eTT p luesoa} b 7 am 7 am 7 am (51 an; f>i aml6$a Wednesday 9 7 am 7 am |? a 6> Thursday. 10 8 am 7 am Ik ata fcriday 11 s am S am Ik am 8 aii». Saturday .12 Sam a am sj am 8# ao. Monday. H 9J am 9.J aa» Tuesday .l'> 10 am 10 am m 11 am 10% am lo.j am Wednesday 1C 12noon. g 1 li am It a;a Thursday. 17 5 l.j am 1 pm l-'nocn Friday IS 2 pm 5 2 am 2k pm U pm Saturday .19 3 pm 3i amj 3 pm 2; pro Monday .21 4? pm S arc Tuesday .22 5 pm G am C am 6 am 5), am fi a 5 s>- Wednesday23 1 am 6"am aJ'.n- Thursday.21 7J am; 7 am 7 air." Friday 25 Sam 8 am am Sam. Saturday .26 8 am 9 am 9.j ami Sfc am Monday .2S 101 am! 10 sm Tuesday .29 11 am 11 am 11 am |12noon II] am! loi an- Wednesdays" -2 noon, i2i pm, 12 iio-J.i. Thursday.31 am I-A"pm 1 fist June 1 The Torridg-e will make as many voyages to and from Carina rtK-r iis she can get loaded and the weather will permit. FOR BRISTOL FROM 73 13 g <2 c MAY. gsiS<2b S -3 P. i* Cw ? P rj V; o Tuesday ,'iuoon! ] am uA ami II Wednesday |o'n00n Thursday. 4 am |^ pni ji _K1 Friday 4 4 pm 5 am I2nisht 5 am 2 pm at U Saturday. 6jnr, 5; am 3 pm 3 pSi Montto-y 4 pm 5Ja4i pf Taesday 7 am 8 am 14 pm G ais Wednesday 5 pni 6a5J» Jn^sday. 1- S( am 53 ami 6 asa Friday lj 9 am 8 ami 9 am fi am fi am Saturday .1- 9.t am 4 am x 9 am 61 am 7 am Friday lj 9 am 9 am fi am fi am Saturday .1- 9.t am 4 am x 9 am 61 am 7 am Monday .M S 75 am 7777; Tu^day. 1? 11 am o 11 am 8.1 am S.| ati Wednesday ( g 9,4 amf am rhiusd^j. .3 ]{ am 11} am if an Jfl'ilLv-" la pm x 2 pm! 10 Pm am 13noon 12$pat. Satiudaj .19 4_am £ 1 am Ij pm li pm Monday .21 ~"Z7 ,771 Tuesday 7 am 7 'Sw"#9am 10"' 8am Satuiday 1" am 4 am 9 am GJ am 6i am .'am n~ Wednesdays 11J am 9$am 9 am Thursday.31 «> 'I am Thursdav 311 .I I 110+ ami 101 ¡è31 =—; iu 2 am 1 lj am ) I j an* 1^= The whole of the above vessels are fitted up for the conv7y7 auce of passengers and goods.-Female stewards on board. Carriages aird horses shipped with care.—Horses and eam'affes to be shipped two hours before sailing. xT.fXh.c.ula,'pma-v be, Stained by applying at the Bristol Strife Navigation Company s Office, Quay, Bristol; where all Kood3 packages, parcels, &e., should be addressedFor Swansea a-i Cardiff, to W. B. Owen, Bull Wharf, Red cliff-street and Clar- street Hall, Marsh-street; and E, T. Turner, 12, Quay-strcet: and. or Newport, to J. Jones, Rownhalll Wharf, Hot wells. AUKNTS.—Mr. Joseph Morgan, Tenbv; MR. J. Roes Haver- fordwest; Mr. Palmer, Milford Mr. Bo wen. Pater • Mr. John N Smart and Mr. \V. Poekett, Swansea; Mr. W. R' Ha-vey and Si™- > Mr. TlU„ Joics Nc»p?rt', aiul Mr. P.