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ANOTHER EYE OPENER. I.P. will offer this Week a few Special Lines at prices that will open the eyes of everyone. HAMS—-Mild and Lean 5Jd. per lb. 2 BACON—Streaky, Breakfast 3jd. per lb. BUTTER—Choice New Grass lOd. per lb. FLOUR—Fines Is. lid. per score. [Large Crystals "lid SUGAR|Sparkling Lump Ig Per (Pure Demerara TEA-The usual well-known blends, Is., Is. 4d., Is. 7d. per lb. POTATOES-New Magnums, 24 lbs. for Is. EGGS-Finest Welsh (Fresh supplies daily) 20 for ls. PROTHERO, TAPE STREET, PONTYPRIDD. 2007c WE SUPPLY ALL THE BEST C Y C L E S IN THE DISTRICT. HAMMOND ENGINEERING Co., MORGAN STREET, PONTYPRIDD, Agents for RALEIGHS, ROVERS, and other First-olass, Machines, Autocars, &c. REPAIRS DONE AT MODERATE PRICES. 3281 GOOD LINES. lst.- Picnic Hams Small, Lean, and Excellent Quality 4ld. per lb 2nd.-American Cheese, Good and Mild 4Jd. 3rd. —Yellow Soap, Good Colour, Hard and Fine Quality 44d. per bar 4th. —Cinderella Cigarettes, 250 in box 3/3 per box. 5th. —Large Crystals, Demerara, and Lump Ild. per lb. Last but) ^ne -^PP^es» an^ ^d.; Apricots, not lpnct r 6;§d.; Peaches, 7|d. and Hd.; Pears, aSt J 7Jd. and 10Jd. per Tin. ^WILLIAMS, T R A L L W N. 3138 PONTYPRIDD BAKERY COMPANY 12, MORGAN ST., PONTYPRIDD. AM"TS ROO "MY & CO., LM, TRITIC T-T M I N A (REGD, ) WHEAT MEAL BREAD. 2574 A. P. pRIOE, & co., THE SOUTH WALES ?ENT & MARQOEE CONTRACTORS, PORTH. Iff eW"fq.Uoes for Eisteddfodau; Marquees for Garden "with ijL Marquees for Garden Parties; Marquees Floors for Temporary Ball Rooms All theatrical Scenerv and Dresses for Cantatas, 18p THE CIRCULATION OF THE GtA140:RGAN .-F RE.E jpRESS I/J 1 ^CREASING WEEKLY, HANDBILLS neatly and cheaply done at the FBBB PRESS office. PAPER HANGINGS AND VARNISHES PAPER HANGINGS AND VARNISHES PAPER HANGINGS AND VARNISHES' The old-established business at 25, TRAMROAD, is carried on by M. JPKEEDMAN. Latest Patterns in GOLD AND SANITARY PAPERS Always in Stock at the Lowest Prices.^ JOHN HARRIS JONES, Furniture Remover & General Haulier, CARNO HOUSE, BAILEY ST., TON pENTRE, R.S.O. Furniture removed by the" Rhondda Morning Lark" Furniture Van. All Orders promptly attended to, at reasonable charges.—Distance no object. 3311 J ALL GENTLEMEN Who wish to buy well should go to MASTERS AND CO. ALL FATHERS Wishing to Clothe their Boys well should go to MASTERS AND CO., 80, Taff Street, and 24, Market Square, PONTYPRIDD. ALSO AT CARDIFF, SWANSEA, NEWPORT, MERTHYR, HEREFORD, ABERDARE, 2 PONTYPOOL, ABERGAVENNY, AND LLANELLY. ROYAL CLARENCE THEATRE, PONTYPRIDD. MESSRS. TRENCHARD AND JONES. MANAGER MR. Toif JONES. Saturday, August 7th, Last Night of the enormously succeøsful production-II HANDS ACROSS THE SEA." Monday, August 9th, and during the week, Welcome Visit of Ma. GEORGE M. MISS EDITH POWERFUL CO., in the iayourite Pontypridd Drama- "THE MAID OF THE ALP3." Entirely New Songs, Dances, Choruses, Trios, etc. Madame Potard u. „ I/>uise, the Maid of tbe Alps Z. Z. Z M w eZZ POPULAR PRICES—-Centre Circle, 2s 6d; Side Circle, Is 6d Pit, Is Gallery, 8d Half-price Seate mivhA t S f°S' g' excePted- Do<>rs open at 7, to commence at 7.45. Seats may be booked at Messrs. Thompson and Shackell's Music Warehouse, Taff Street, without extra charge. NO SMOKING IN ANY PART OF THE THEATRE. r rr Lighted throughout by Electricity. LIATB TKAINS are now running every night to the Valleys. Monday, August 16th, Mr. EDWABD RUSSEL'S NO. 1 Comoanv in (,„»> <. times—" THE SORROWS OF SATAN." reatest pl>r jtiodern THEATRE ROYAL CARDIFF. LEssi. x & MANAGERESS—MRS. EDWARD FLETCHEB Splendid Reception of MR. HENRY C. ARNOLD'S COMPANY, In the Up-to-date Drury Lane Sporting Drama- THE PRODIGAL DAUGHTER, By HENRY PETTIT and SIR AUGUSTUS HARRIS. Music by John Crook. With all the Original Drury-lane Scenery, and Six Blood Horses, including the Grand National Winner, VOLUPTUARY." Time and prices as usual. Booking offices at Messrs Thompson and Shackell's, Limited, Queen-street. Telephone No. 521. MONDAY, August 9th, Mr Herbert O'Grady, the well-known Irish Actor, in THE FENIAlf, WITH THE IRISH DRAGOONS BRASS BAND. THE CIRCUS GIRL IS COMING. PONTYPRIDD HOUSE PROPERTY AND INVESTMENT COMPANY, LIMITED. TOWN HALL CHAMBERS, PONTYPRIDD. Directors: Mr GEORGE KNILL, Tonypandy, Chairman. Mr. THOMAS JONES, Glenview, Pontypridd, Vice-chairman. Councillor JAMES ROBERTS, J.F., Taff Vale House, Treforest. Mr. RICHARD ROGERS, Pontypridd. Alderman RICHARD LEWIS, J.P., Tonypandy Mr. THOMAS THOMAS, Central Cottage, Rhydfelen. Solicitors: Messrs. SPICKETT & SONS, Pontypridd. Secretary :-Mr. H. S. DAVIES. Offices;-Town Hall Chambers, Pontypridd. THIS Company is prepared to receive De- -t- posits of £ 10 and upwards, repayable at three months' notice, and to bear interest at 4 per cent per annum payable half-yearly. [2970 — pONTYPRIDD. LLANTRISANT AND RHONDDA VALLEYS PERMANENT BENEFIT BUILDING SOCIETY. ESTABLISHED 1866. INCORPORATED 1874. DIRECTORS: Mr. A. O. EVANS, Pontypridd, Chairman. Mr JAMES RICHARDS, Treforest. Mr JOHN MORGAN, Llantrisant. itr*" ROGERS, Pontypridd. CaS GRIFFITHS, 42, The Parade, Solicitors-Messrs, SPICKETT & SONS, Court House, PonVpridd. ^pridd" Mr T. ROWLAND, Architect, Ponty- pridd. Advances made on Mortgage ant3 Sums varv- uig from £ 100 to £ 1,000, repayable la monthly or quarterly instalments. MORTGAGE AND SURVEY FEES PAID BY THE SOCIETY. Advances made on the shortest notice. For further particulars apply to the Secretary, MR. H. S. DAVIES, TOWN HALL CHAMBERS, PONTYPRIDD 16 What ails p the Baby. Is your night's rest broken, your liittle one cross and fretful ? Teething is always painful unless you use JONES'S RED DSOPS, then it is different. This gives instant relief in all cases. JONES'S RED DROPS Is just the one ideal medicine for infants and young children. JONES'S RED DROPS are invaluable in cases of Gripes, Convulsions, and Tooth Fever. JONES'S RED DROPS cures all Derangements of the Stomach and Bowels incidental to infants. One Dose will convince You- Sold in Bottles, Is. lid. each by Ch.ei?isti Pontypridd; Mr Jones, Chemist, Mountain Ash Mr Jones, Chemist Victoria-strect, Merthyr; Mr Thomas, Chemist,' Irenarris; Mr Jones, Canton House Troedyrhiw Mr Harris, Chemist, Aberdare; Co-operative Stores, Treorky; Messrs George, Chemist, Pentre; Mr Evans, Chemist, Dowlais, or direct from the Sole Makers, Jones & Sons, Chemists, Uanidloes. 3193 H. PRIEST & CO., KING'S-ROAD, CANTON, CARDIFF. — WIRE NETTING Per 50 Yard Bolls 3in. mesh, 2ft 3s. Od. 2in. mesh, 2ft 3s. 9d >• 3ft 4s. 8d. 3ft 5s. 9d' 4ft 6s. 2d. I" 4ft 7s. 9d. All Sorts Equally Cheap. GALVANISED ROOFING SHEETS. lon8 Is. Id. 8ft long is. 9M. •• 4d. 9ft 2s. 2d. 7ft Is. 7d. I 10ft 2s. 6d. Ridging, Nails, Washera, Bolts, etc. ROOFING FELT. with Nails, 38 4d ind 3s 9d Roll. WATER TANKS, GARDEN SKATS, ARCHES, TENTS. 3189 r Z200 FHEE INSURANCE POLICY. I DO NOT REMOVE THE COUPON FROM THE PAPER. Specially guaranteed by the GENERAL ACCIDENT ASSURANCE CORPORATION, Limited. Head Office-42 to 44, Tay Street, Perth. To whom notice of Claims under the following conditions must be sent within fourteen days. w x, .PONF) "GLAMORGAN FREE PRESS" INgunANCB COUPON. Appllaible to Passenger Trains, Steamed. Omnibusel or Tramcars in Great Britain and Ireland. TWO HUNDRED POUNDS will be paid by the iL abøve Assurance Corporation to the person ^n°Tin ^yi,8 decide to be next of kin of anv per- son killed by an accident to the passenger train passenger vessei (between ports of, and on rive™^ )°c^s, *n' l/'e United Kingdom), Omnibus or Tramcar in which the deceased was an ordinary passenger or who shall liave been fatally injured therebv should death result within three calendar months after such accident. Provided that at the time of such accident the person so killed or fatally injured wM th^owne^ his or her'rf"ce1Col,pon. for the current week, with nezth:- signature written in ink under- Signature poration, Limited Accident Assurance Cor- poration, Limited, or any other ComPany, but is in addition thereto. PREPAID ADVERTISEMENTS. If you want to Sell, Buy, or Exchange any- thing, advertise in the GLAMORGAN FREE PRESS WORDS. ONCE. THREE SIX -I TIMES. TIMES. 20 Words 0 6 10 10 28 Words 0 9 1 6 2 3 2 3 36 Words 1 0 2 0 3 0 [Each extra 8 0 3 0 6 0 9 Words. Words. Situations Vacant. AGENTS and CANVASSERS wanted, jE3 to £ 4 weekly earned. Sells at sight. Splen- did opportunity for smart men. Send Addressed Envelope G. F." Company, 198, Long Lane, London, S.E. 3124 GENERAL SERVANTS.—Two wanted for London, £ 16 each; fares paid.—Write, stating age and length of character, Mrs Coster, Gloucester. 3177o ~%TAVVIES Wanted; 5d per hour to good men a 1 Estate new Roads and Sewers, Sparkhill, Stratford Road, Birmingham. — I. Biggs, Contractor. 3353m TTTANTED, for good Monmouthshire Family, sf-n WeIsh Kitchenmaid, 25-30; also Welsh stiu-roommaid muat be highly recommended. —London Registry, Abergavenny. 3365m YOUNG MAN wanted, 35s per week and commission. Regular work, splendid opening.—Address Compo Works, Farnworth, Bolton, Lanes. 3165a Houses, &c., To Let. L A N T R I S A N T.-To Let, with early Ili possession, U PENYGOWSI COURT," five minutes of Cross Inn Station, T.V.R.; good water supply drainage perfect to main sewer healthy situation rent moderate.—Apply Mr Wyndham Glaves, Ty Berw, Pontypridd, or Peniyn House," 253, Cowbridge road, Canton, Cardiff. 6 3245 MERTHYR ROAD.—First-class House to let with all modern conveniences. Apply- Watkin Williams, Pontypridd. 3342 THE AVENUE.—Villa to let, rent £ 24 bath, lavatory, &c. Apply—Watkin Williams, Pontypridd. 3343 WESTON-SUPER-MARE. Houses (furnished T T and unfurnished), Shops, etc., to be Let, and Businesses for disposal, etc. Printed lists free from LALE-,DE BRo. Weston-$ uper-Mare House Agents and Furniture-Removal Contractors by traction en- gines, effecting enormous saving; estimates free. 3382 Businesses for Sale. TO be disposed of as a Going Concern, with „ immediate possession, one of the best good bespoke and repairing connection no' premium Stock at valuation (about £ 400) — Apply, Sam Griffiths, York Place, Barry. 3350m Apply, Sam Griffiths, York Place, Barry. 3350m Houses, &c., for Sale. GRASS FARM, Freehold, for Sale; great bar- gain; near London. Plan, &c., two stamps.—"Tankerton," Palace-road, Tulse Hill, London. 3384q HOUSES FOR SALE.—Those wha desire to be their own landlord may do so by applying to Mr. Lewis, Merlin Hotel, Ponty- pridd, who has several houses for sale situated at Graigwen and Berw. 2840 Public Houses for Sale. TO Be Sold by private treaty, the Lease (15 years) and Goodwill of one of the best Double-Licensed Houses in the town of Aberdare; commanding position proprietor retiring.— Apply to George, Valuer, &c., Aberdare. 3405111 Apartments- A LADY offers comfortable Lodging, with or without board use of piano share rooms with son of family, near Partridge Hotel. Apply-Miss B. Jones, Sherwood Place, Llwyn- ypia. 3362m TO Let (Furnished), Two Sitting-rooms, Four Bedrooms, Kitchen, Attic: pleasantly situated: safe sands: post, railway convenient. —Harper, Poppit, St. Dogmaels, Cardigan. 3322n Poultry. XMPORTANT.—50 large 1896 pullet^ 3s~6d X. couple; 20 fat chickens, 4s 6d couple • 20 E&g Gale- T Money. ONEY LENT in large sums promptly « .J^1'khout publicity, by a Pontypridd Capitalist. No inquiry fees, moderate interest. ind repayments to suit borrowers. App Iy- T. DAVIES, 8, Market Street, 31990 Pontypridd THE SWANSEA FINANCE COMPANY LIM JL 16. GOAT STREET, SWANSEA. Are prepared to Lend any sum, from 25 to 2500, to Professional Gentlemen, Tradesmen, Farmers, Haul- p??' Cowkeepers, Mechanics, and the Working wHhmOTf-7, uP°niheir Own Promissory Note without Sureties, Bondsmen, or any Publicity, At a Reasonable Rate of Interest, repayable by weekly, n y' r?°!ltl}1y. or quarterly instalments, or at borrow^ Period« to suit the convenience of the All communications treated strictly private. No charge will be made unless business is done. Apply to A. E. GASH. Manager, 3336 16, GOAT STREET, SWANSEA. Cycles. CYCLES for all, reliable, all guaranteed, not to be equalled elsewhere. Send for lists state wants.—Cycle Co., Wedaesfield. 3321u 1VI °qR,IS ,BR0S-» 16' TafI street, Pontypridd. T~ „le Ag?nts for Rudge-Whit worths. Call and see New 12 guinea, Lidy's or Gent's. 3080 NORRIS BROS., 16, Taf fStreet, Pontypridd. Repairs, Enamelling and Plating promptly, skillfully, and effectively at trad? prices. 3080 MORRIS BROS., 16, Taff Street, Pontypridd. • largest stock of novelties, fittings, and tyres in the Principality at lowest prices. 3080 M Taff Street, Pontypridd. 1TJ. Cycles on hire Cycles on hire Ladies' Gents., or Juveniles. All sizes best makes. 3080 YCLES.-Before ordering your new bicycle C for 1897, send for my catalogue; aU machines marked at nett cash prices.-C. G. Rothery, Ford Street, Coventry. 3150n Publications. "GLANIAD Y FFRANCOD." OPERA Newydd, gyda chyfeiliantllawn, pris Is. 3c. sol-ffa.—I'w chael gan yr Awdwr, D. W. Rowlands, F.T.S.C., Upper Cwmtwrch, Swansea. Elw arferol i Lyfrwerthwyr. 3383q For Sale—Miscellaneous. EARTHENWARE and CHINA, seconds, £ 2 crates, best £ 3, or will send 15 doz. seconds articles for 17s 6d write for lists.— Webb & Co., Railway Passage, Longton Staffordshire. 2765 PATENT RUBBER SPECIALITIES for Domestic Purposes, and better than French. Catalogue on application.—Manchester Novelty Manufacturing Company, Clayton, Manchester. 31690 IB ACE AND FIELD GLASSES.—Bankrupt At) Stock, being no deception, any sent on approval free. 30s. Glass for 7s. 6d, 6 Lenses Two Guinea ditto, 8 Leuses, 10s. 6d. Warranted Achromatic; Cases and Shoulder Straps complete.—Bennett, Accountant, Mitcham. 3324a SPECIAL BARGAINS.-Manufacturers' Rem- nants, Stuffs, Dress Goods, Velvets, Velveteens, Cottons, Flannelettes patchwork in Silk, Plushes, and Prints Hosiery, Hand- kerchiefs, Cretonnes; list free.—Hick, Mer- chants, Swaine street, Bradford, Yorks. 3191o SILVER LEVER WATCHES. — Bankrupt Stock, no deception or Bwindle, being genuine approval free Five Years' Warranty. 500 Four Guinea English Silver Levers, Capped and Jewelled, 25s. each; 250 Five Guinea ditto, 30s.; Lists of others free. 1,000 Silver Watches, 10s. 6d. each.—Bennett, Accountant, Mitcham. 3324a A BOON.—BOOK, containing 102 USEFUL RE CIPES and INVALUABLE INFORMATION, sent on receipt of stamped envelope; state age and sex.— Address HIGSON, Box 79, North street, Not- tingham. 2894 Miscellaneous. 1? 1 REWARD- — Lost, on the 12th July, A between Pencerrig Street and Barry Station, a Lady's Watch and Gold Neckchain private mark on Watch. Finder will receive reward on bringing same to 9, Pencerrig street, Pontypridd. 3300a CARDIFF.-Private Heme for Ladies' Ac- couchement; every attention given; doctor next door; terms moderate.—Address Nurse, 105, GLAMORGAN FREE PRESS. 3176o DRAPER'S, Outfitter's and Boot Stocks JL-P bought for cash write or call.-Powell, Stock Buyer (ground floor), Rotunda Buildings, Cardiff. 3341o DON'T be without the champion decanter and water bottle cleaner, the most time saving invention ever seen. Send 8 stamps to G. Wallis, 4, Chapel-place, Belgrave-square, W. ——-— asasiT J ■ OST.—A Sable Collie Dog one ear half off XJ answers to the name of Laddie" finder will be rewarded. Apply-Jones, Brynhyfryd, Pontypridd. 3366 USHROOMS MUSHROOMS Any quan- tity sent daily.—Fred Thomas, Gorphwys, Narbeth. 3396m MR. PEARCE, of Bristol, Truss and Limb Maker, &c., visits the City Restaurant, Pontypridd, every Wednesday afternoon-2 to 5 o'clock; artificial eyes. Cardiff Address- 4, CHARLES STREET. 1782 SMOKY CHIMNEYS.—The Barry Cowl cures all kinds free trial arranged price, 20s. Makers-J. Phillips & Co., Cadoxton-Barry. 3255r WANTED—Old Prints of coal mining and coal trade.—Charles Allan, 110, Leaden- hall street, London. 3161n hall street, London. 3161n HOUSES to let. Houses for sale. If you want a house, state your needs. Three insertions one shillinfir Dreoaid. insertions one shillinfir DreDaid. WANT advertisements inserted at a cheap t V prepaid rate. One insertion sixpence, three insertions one shilling. C7ISITING Cards. Stylish. Ladies' or ▼ Gentlemen's. Cheap and good. FREE Puss Office, 22, Taff Street, Pontypridd. LADIES! LADIES! A LADY has valuable •' French Remedy for all female irregularities and obstructions (no matter what the cause, nor how long stand- ing). Stamped, addressed envelope for par- ticulars. F. Joseph, 60, Commercial road, Lambeth, London, S.E. 3346v GW. SMITH, PRACTICAL CUTLER AND • UMBRELLA MANUFACTURER, 32, MILL STREET, PONTYPRIDD. SATISFACTION GUARANTEED. 2952 Established over Quarter of a Century. KIFT AND STEPHENS' BRISTOL BOARDING HOUSE, RESTAURANT. GRILL AND DINING ROOMS, 8 and 9, Regent Street, WESTON-SUPER- MARE, FOH Hot Dinners from II till 5, from Is. each. Grilled Chops and Steaks in 10 minutes. Private Dining Rooms. Large and small Parties catered for. Well air'd Beds. Open and Closed Carriages, also Brakes to Cheddar. 3337 TO ARCHITECTS & BUILDERS. ARCHIBALD D. DAWNAY Keeps at the WALES & WEST OF ENGLAND GIRDER WORKS, EAST MOORS, CARDIFF, a LARGE STOCK of STEEL JOISTS, FLITCH PLATES, TBBS, ANGLES, CHANNELS, &c; Manufacturer of ROOFS, GIRDERS, BRIDGES, STANCHIONS, PATENT SOLID TILE and CONCRETE FLOORS. Offices: EAST MOORS, CARDIFF. Telegrams DAWNAY, CARDIFF. National Telephone, Cardiff, No. 691. 3372 TOWLE'S PAOTYSTBEtL PilLS FOR FEMALES QUICKLY CORRECT ALL IRREGULARITIES, REMOVE ALL OBSTRUCTIONS, and relieve the distressing symptoms so prevalent icl 'th the sex. Boxes, 1/1§ and 2/9 (the latter contains three times the quantity), of all Chemists, or will be senty anywhere, on refceipt of 15 or 34 stamps, by tne Maker-E. T. TOWLE, Chemist, Not- tingham. Beware of Imitations, injurious and worthless. 3395 THE Glamorgan Free Press Has the LARGEST CIRCULATION OF ANY LOCAL PAPER. Public Notices. 5, ST. CATHERINE STREET, PONTYPRIDD. MRS. WALTER POWIS (Widow of the late Mr W. Powis), BRAKE AND CAB PROPRIETOR. Open or Closed Carriages and Wagonettes of every description ready at the shortest notice, rair-Horse Carriages, Shellibiers, and Hearses for Funerals on reasonable terms. 3036 7, ST. JOHN'S SQUARE, CARDIFF. BOOKS FOR LIBRARIES, BOYS AND GIRLS, At greatly reduced prices; lists free on receipt of postcard. NOTEPAPER-Gld, 9d and Is per packet. a ENVELOPES—4d, 6 £ d and 8d per 100. ALBUMS, PHOTO FRAMES, PURSES, BIBLES POCKET BOOKS. Portrait of Her Majesty QUEEN VICTORIA framed in Oak, 5s 6d. OFFICE FURNITURE AND COMMERCIAL STATIONERY. BLUE BLACK INK, 6D. SIZE FOR 4D. SCHOOL BOOKS, MATERIAL, AND FURNITURE. Immense stock to choose from. THE SCHOLASTIC-TRADING Co., Ltd. 4 Scholastic Notices. COW B RID G E. THE GREAT HOUSE SCHOOL FOR GIRLS. PRINCIPALS MRS & MISSES CULVERWELL, logl, cam. c-onwge lOCal. OOllège of" Preceptor.. Associated Board of the Royal Academy and Royal College of Music, and Trinity College, London. P^srctus, ex3minat'°n successes, and refer- ences on application to the PJRINCIPALS. The Summer term will begin May 8th. — — 1877b FRENCH, Spanish, Commercial Corresnon- dence. Candidates prepared for Pre- liminary Law, Medical, Chartered Accountants? Civil Service, Queen's Scholarships, Telegraphs and Sorters. Examinations (through the post) Arithmetic, Book-keeping, and Shorthand. Other subjects by special arrangement. Prospectus on application.—Mr W. HAINES, Public Translator, 25, Park street, Cardiff. Established 1880. [2431 GELLIGAER. GELLIGAER c OUNTY SCHOOL, PENG AM, Via CARDIFF. HEADMASTER R. W. JONES, B.A. FEES ^4 per annum. Boarding £30 per annum. THE SCHOOL WILL RE-OPEN ON 3rd AUGUST. For further particulars, entry forms, etr, apply to Headmaster. 3381n CLIFTON, BRISTOL. MARLBOROUGH HOUSE GIRLS' SCHOOL (formerly KINGSDOWN HIGH SCHOOL for GIRLS), Removed to No. 23, WHITE LADIES' ROAD. For Boarders and Day Pupils, Established 1868. PrincipalMrs. E. E. HOBBS. INCLUSIVE FEES for Board, English, French, Music, Harmony, Drawing, Bookkeeping, and Shorthand. 30 GUINEAS PER ANNUM. Pupils prepared for all Examinations. 874 Certificates (269 Honours) obtained during the past 20 years. Next term begins Saturday, 18th September. 3374 Musical. AP TAFONWY MILLS, (A.L.C.M.) PIANO AND VOICE CULTURE. 25, SION STREET, 1725 PONTYPRIDD. MISS DOROTHY WILLIAMS A.L.C.M. (Cert. Senior R.A.M. and R.C.M., and holding Three Honours Certificates), 68, DUNRAVEN STREET, TONYPANDY, Gives lessons on the Pianoforte either at her own or pupil's residpnce. 2580 IVOR FOSTER (BARITONE), EXHfflmONBB, ROYAL COLLEGE OF MUSIC, LONDON, AND GOLD MEDALLIST, WILL be home in Penygraig during the months of August and September. For vacant dates apply at once. 3314 PENYGRAIG, RHONDDA VALLEY. CHEAP MUSIC.—2d. each, seven for Is I% post free. "Ever of Thee," "Gathering Shells," Wreath of Roses," Wishing Gate"' "Old Folks at Home," "Sweet Marie'" When the Heart is Young," &c.—Jones, 6F p New Arcade, Newport, Men. 3142n