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MAYPOLE BUTTER IS STILL THE BEST. DELICIOUS, FRESH AND PURE. —MAYPOLE BUTTER— IS STILL THE BEST. DELICIOUS, FRESH AND PURE. DELICIOUS Fresh Churned Margarine, 4d., 6d. & 8d per lb. GUARANTEED TO GIVE SATISFACTION. NOTE THE ADDRESS— MAYPOLE DAIRY COMPANY, LTD., 8gA, TAFF STREET, PONTYPRIDD. HEAD OFFICE—41, BISHOFSGATE STREET WITHOUT, LONDON, E.C. Branches in Newport, Swansea, Merthyr, and all large towns. 1735 j THE 3E3C COTTAGE HOSPITAL EISTEDDFOD WiH be held (by kind permission) in the —: TYNYCY M MER G RO TIN DS, :— ON MONDAY AND TUESDAY, DECEMPR 26th & 27th, 1898, In a Spacious Marquee comfortably an < nged for the occasion. Tto Programme as already published will be carried out in its entirely. Programmes per post IM and may be obtained from Messrs Janes and Jones Forth, D. Williams, hairdresser. Forth. THOMAS RICHARDS, Chairmaa, 4339 B. WILLIAMS, Secretary. ROYAL CLARENCE THEATRE, PONTYPRtDpT T'ROPBIETORB. MES8RS. TRENC H.ABIJ .ANI) JONE. "if A.VAGER MR. TOM TONES. Friday and Saturday, October 14th and 15th, last two nighta of the Magni&ceot Play, "MIZPAH.' Monday October 17th, and during the week. Special Engagement for six nights only of Capt. A. C. KELLY & Mr JOHN NOLAN'S CO. (By arrangement with Mr Fred Cooke), in the Ureat Equestrian Drama, THE NEW MAZEPPA, Mazeppa, her original part, Miss Olga Andre. i POPULAR PRICES-Centre Circle, 2s 6d; Side Circle, Is M; Pit, Is Gallery, 6d. Half-price to all parts at 9 o'clock, gallery exoepted. Doors open at 7, to commence at 7.45. Seats may be booked at Messrs. Thompson and ShackeU's Maeic Warehouse, TMt Street, without extra charge. NO SMOKING IN ANY FART OF THE THEATRE. Lighted throughout by Electricity. Monday October 24th. the No. 1 Company in the popular Drama, JE1000 REWARD. THEATRE ROYAL, TONYPANDY. LP.&SEES MESSRS..ARTHUR CLTON tf SM DUCKWORTH. RESIDENT MANAGER MR. SAM DUCKWORTH. Last two nighta of Mr. Marriott Watson's Company in the great sensational Drama, "THE TRAIL OF THE SERPENT. Moaday next, October 17tb, for si-: nights, Mr. Fred Benton's Company is A GUILTY MOTHER." Straight from the Graud Theatre, Cardiff, will appear. New tip-up Chairs have been put in stall- and there is now a good Orchestra. POPULAR PRICES-6d., 9d., Is., and Is. 6d. [4349 HIGHER MUSICAL EDUCATION. MR. E. P. MILLS, L.R.A.M. (lAcentiate oj the Royal J[ca<fewy oj JbftMtc), MEMBER OF THE I.S.M. LOCAL SEC., TRINITY COLLEGE, LONDON. PROFESSOR OF MUSIC, Begs to state that he has resumed Lessons in Pianoforte Flaying, Organ, Singing, and Theory of Muatc. A Special Course in Pianoforte Technique. Pupils prepared for the Metropolitan and Local Examinations. THE RHONDDA VALLEYS ViSITED WEEKLY. Fem £1 5s. to R2 28. Address-CERIDWEN TERRACE, PONTYPRIDD. 4347 TTJ-AYMAN'S BALSAM OF BOREHOUUND .JfTiL The most certain and speedy Remedy. STOPS COLD "CUBED MY COLD. I heartily recommend it." I A COUGH 60 CASE[ -1 9 2 411- I GOOD NIGHT'S BEST. My Cough gone." CUBES COUGH DAYMAN'S BALSAM OF HOREHODNO. JuL Invaiuabie and safe in the Nursery. jr, HY. DA VIES, AUCTIONEER, ACCOUNTANr, VALUER, MORTGAGE BROKER, LIOI;Sli AND ESTATE AG!:NT. Gibbon's Bnildings, Market Square, PONTYPITIDD. S&Ies !'y Auction cr [Itivatf, oi Prop"rty -,f all,!ert7rit,, ion! 'r- ",uJ. Farming Stocks. Furniture, &?. :1-rDaration of Invtn;uri', V,.itti ? Probate, and Adtt!ini"trnt.iuns. !< TransLr, Valuations of Proprt,' .,ad S': .à}, ci all dcscnptI(.ns.. [d Managemfttt of Est.> f'Tlr! "??tiM of ren?:s Meetmgs of Cr,Jito:-¡;¡ :.ul Account )r:¡"t,:<j. 43'6 J. HAMMOND, PUBLIC A CCOUNTANT, MARKET STREET, PONTYPRIDB. AUDITING IN ALL ITS BRANCHES. ACCOUNTS PREPARED & ADJUSTED. SYSTEMS OF BOOK-KEEPING DE- VISED TO MEET REQUIREMENTS 4318 FOR YOUR —BOOTS AND SHOES— 90 TO DAVIES, OUR BOOT STORES, FMB PRBSS BmuuNOS, 23, TAFF STREET, PONTYPRIDD. SPECIAL MAKES IN MEN'S STRONG WORK. ING ttOOT, AT 48. Ud., 6a. Hd., 6s. lid. lAdi, Genf. s'and, Children's Medium and Best. r.hu Good. ;tade to Meaqure. fiT 'X r A VAU'R, 8s. 9d. and lOa. M. N'.)fiI:;d Ù;r C.i-is School Boots, 4246 and without Baiis. 47 .4- rr 0 AK<;aiTKCTS & BLILDERS. F) TJ. 11AWNAY Keept :,1 tLd &: v. E.T Ot KNU AND GIRDER WORKS. MAST ''ARDIFF. t t.AMCf. iT(.,CK af STSHL .t:STS. FLrrCH FLATBS. TRBS, ,HiLES. CHA=-iN:¡¡:LS, Ac. of KC'OFS. "JmEl<S¡ EKtUGES. STAI;ICHIONS, :OLID TILE"ltn rONCBNIS FLOORS. CK;c<-B KASi MUOhS. CABDtFF. 9 -?Kfim DAWNAY, CARDIFP. ¡¡'i:'hl)lle, (-74r4la, jio. <i36 Ptfblic Notices. WHITE HART HOTEL, PONTYPRIDD. GEORGE PARFITT, PROPRIETOR. Headquarters GLAMORGAN R.F.L. PONTYPRIDDFC. PONTYPRIDD RESBRVEN F.C. PONTYPRIDD THURSDAY F.C. PONTYPRIUD CYULING CLUB. G. P. begs to inform his Numerous Friende that his Stabling it now Perfect, the Stables having been entirely Re-built. LOCK-UP LOOSE BOX FOR ENTRIES. SPACIOUS YARD SUITABLE FOR SALES BY AUCTION. Ac. BEST SKITTLE ALLEY IN TOWN. [4348 SILVER MEDAL, EDINBURGH. 1890. GOLD MEDAL. JAMAICA, 1891, GOLO MEDAL, DERBY 1891. COLEMAN'S W INC A RN IS. OB LIEBI&'S EXTRACT OF MEAT & MALTWINE, WINCARNIS l, a New Name RBgistered to prevent fraudtlJmt 7mtra<M)M. OVER TWO THOUSAND 'jMolicited Testimonials have been received from Medical Men. IMPORTANT TESTIMONIAL FROM G. HOTHER, ESQ., M.R.C.S., L.S.A.L. 7, St. John's Terrace, Lewet. October 7th, 1890. to MeMraColemanL& Co., Limited., I have been attending a child two and a rears old, suttering from Blood Poisoning; the child was very ill and refused all kind of nourishment. I then tried your Liebig's Extract of Meat and Malt Wine Alcoholic, ordered him one tabte-spoonful every cwo hours, which he took readily he had nothing <)Ise except medicine for fourteen days—the chil is tow recoverlngand takes ordinary food. Your* truly. GEO. HOTHER, Surgeon WINCARNIS it eotd by all Druggiatt, Wine Merchants, and Patent Medicine Vendors. Ask for COLEMAN'S "WINCARN IS," or LiEBIG'S EXTRACT OF MEAT AND MALT WINE, and see that the word WINCARNIS is on the shoulder of the bottte. If there is any duHcuIty tn getting the Wine, write direct to the manufacturers who wilt forward Sample Pint Bottle free by Post on receipt of 33 stamps „ Boz Rail SOa. SoUt MANTTFAOTUBEB OOLEMAN A CO., Limited, St. George'* Back Plain, Norwich; and 3, New London Street, Lon- don, B.C. Sole Pr&prietors of "02M<tMK,"<Ae New Beef rea, andalso Coleman's CrMOTt Imperial lnvwtd SfCMt, which is strongly recommended by the medical facult Sold by W. H. Key, Chemist; Isaac Prothero, grocer; and Thomaa Harris, Grccer, Pontypridd., As a safe, permanent, and warranted cure for Pimptea, Scrofula, Scurvy, Bad Legs. Skin and Bleed Diseases, and SliIres of all kinds, we can with oonfid- '<ce recommend CLAMN's WoMJ)-?AMBD BLOOD Bt?TUNZ Sold by Chemists everywhere. CAUTION—Genuine CHLORODYNE.—This well- known remedy for Dtarrhoea, Dysentery, Fever, &o., beart on the stamp the name of the inventor, Dr. J. CoUis Browne. 20 ACCIDENT ASSURANCE. ACCIDENT AND DISEASE ASSURANCE. EMPLOYERS' LIABILITY ASSURANCE. FIDELITY GUARANTEE. TDAILWAYTDASSENGERS ASSURANCE CO. ESTABLISHED 1849. Clauns Paid—JE3,850,OeO. 64, CORNHILL, LONDON. 3841 A. VIAN. Secretary. ??E 0?.. SUN o,V !N8URAMGEOFF)CE. 0. ?OED ? Sum msared in 1897 exceeds je425,000,000. For all particulars apply to the following Agents PONTYPRIOD: Mr W. D. HoDSBs, Metropolitan Banh. Mr W. WiLUAMs, Market Square Chambers. _3799 A FREE INVITATION! Every reader is cordially invited to viait H. SAMUEL'S NEW CARDIFF ESTABLISHMENT, 7, ST. MARY-STREET, It is not necessary to buy, but it wUl be a FEW MINUYE8 WELL SPBKT to see the MANY WONDERFUL THINGS accomplished by H. Samuc-1 in the interesta of purchasers. The knowledge of what can be obtained from H. Samuel is valuable, and the GREAT SAVING to be made is a STARTLING REVELATION. NOTHING IS SPARED in value, and it is quite p 'ssible to obtain from H. SAMUEL, 7, ST. MARY-STREET, Cardiff, simitar goods at ONE-HALF THE PRICES charged at the big London Shops. t) EWARE OF IM 11'ATIONS. JD EVERY ONE IS WELCOME, whether making a visit of inspection or for a purchase. In either ease H. SAMUEL assures the UTMOS F SATISFACTION E M RING S.-Beautif ul designs in solid Gold, \.)T Hall marked, set with real Stones. H. SAMUEL'S prices, 4s. 6d., 6s. 6d., 10s. t?ETROTHAL RINGS.—15ct. Gotd, Hall. .D marked, sft with Diamonds, Rubies Pearls, &€. H. SAMUEL'S M-ices' 10s. 6d., 12s. 6d. -TMAMOND RINGS.—HaH-marked, ]8ct. Gotd JL? H SAMUEL'S prices 20s., 368., t? JB10 A LBERT CHAINS.—Hall-marked, every link, J'TL carb pattefn, fuU length, baf, swivel, and dropper complete. H. SAMUEL'S prices: 4s., 5s.. 7s. TTtEAL GOLD ALBERTS 25s., 30s., 35s. TT?EAL GOLD BROOCHES, 2s. 9d., 3s. 6d.. JL? Ss. 6d., &c IDEAL SILVER BROOCHES (Hundreds of ?M-? handsome New Art Designs), Is. e<tch VTt7'ATCHB6 of ail descriptions. H. SAMUEL'S W WATCHES and other Manufactures are famed '.11 ov"er the world for excelienme and cl,apness. They are worn at all occupations, in all countries, and are found immensely superior. Many of H. SAMUEL'S Watches are worn every day underground in the mines, and give the fullest satisfaction. Don't mist< seeing H. SAMUEL'S Wsuches, and secure one for yourself or friend. Prices from 6s., 103. 6d.. 15s., 19s., 25s. SPLENDID ENGLISH LEVERS, S5s., 42s., 52s. 6d OXYDiSED WATCHES (Gun Metal). ?,M._10a. 6d., 158. 6d. REAL GOLD WATCHES, 30s., 42s.. 63s 95s. EVERYTHING GUARANTEED in Quality. E H. SAMUEL'S conditions of Sale prove the exce!! 'nee and valne of the eooda A MONTH'S FREE TRIAL allowed. If dissatisfioo the full amount returned FAi.E rAin 'if -t!! pur- chasers of goods to the value of 25s. and upwards who come from any distance up to 30 miles. r)RSCRTPTfVE CATALOGUE of 3.000 illustrations uid lull particulars of an H. SAMUEL'S celebrated Manu- factures, Clocks, Cutlery, Plate, &c &c., to be seen at 7. ST. MARY-STREET. Also Hundreds of Testimonials from all parts of the world. Sent free to any address on application. tj C A M U E L, 7 ST. MARY-STREET, I CARDIFF. Aad at Market-street, Manchester. Also Rochdale, Bjltoc, Preston, Md Lenettei. Sales by Auction. PONTYPRIDD. SALB OF VALUABLE LBASEHOLD HOTEL. j?/fR. WILLIAM MORGAN has receieved in iriL structtons to Sett by Public Auction, at the New Inn Hotet. Pontypridd, on Wednesday, the 19th October, 1898, at Three o'clock p.m., all that well- known and FULLY-LICENSED INN AND PREMISES. Known M the Hatf Moon." situate in High street. Pontypridd, and now in the occupation of Mr. Samuel Stanbury. and held under tease from the Bhoadda. Valley Brewery Company (Limited) for a term of 15 years from the 30th day of November, 1895 (less the la-t two days thereof), and subject to a rental of jBM per annum for the Srst five years, and subject to an annual rental of 05 for the remainder of the aaid term. The Auctioneer desires to call the special attention o< the Trade and others to this valuabte property, as its close proximity to the Railway Station, where enteasive alterations and additions are now pro- ceeding, renders this house a very important one, and a largely increased trade is oon&dently an- ticipated. A valuation of the stock-in-trade, &c., will be taken In the usual way. Further Particulars may be had of the Auctioneer, at his Omoes, Foatypridd, or of Messrs. J. Jones Pughe and Davey, Solicitors, Pontypridd. 4346 DUNRAVEN STREET, TONYPANDY. SALE 'OF VALUABLE BUSINESS PREMISES. M/fR. WM. MORGAN has been instructed by IXi the Executor of the late Mr Thomas PhiMips, deceased, to Sell by Auction at the Pandy Hotel, Tonypandy, on Thursday, October 20th, 1898, at 7.30 p.'n. (subject to such conditions of Sale as shall then be pro- duced) the following Valuable SHOPS AND PREMI&ES. Lot 1.—A11 that Shop and Dwelling House, No. 68, Dunraven Street, Tonypandy, ia the occupation of Mrs M. A. Williams, Bookseller and Stationer. Lot 2 —AM that Shop and Dwelling House, No 69, Dunravea Street, adjoining Lot 1, in the occupation of Mr Lewis Jenkins, Butcher. The Premises are held under a Lease dated the 14th day of December 1867, for 99 years from the 1st of May, 1867, subject to the very low annual ground rent of jEl 16s., whtch will be equally apportioned between the two lots. The Property, which is most centrally situate in the midst of the most thriving district in the Rhondda Valley, wiU be sold subject as to Lot 1 to a Lease thereof for 10 years from 1st May, 1897, at an annual rent of d636, and as to Lot 2 to a Lease thereof for 10 years from 1st May, 1897, at an annual rent of JE40. For farther particulars apply to the Auc- ctioneer, Cynog Villa, Trealaw, or to Messrs Spickett & Sons, Solicitors, Pontypridd. 4353 On TUESDAY, OcroBM 18th, and TauRSDAY, OcroBBB 20tb, commencing at Two o'clock precisely each day. IMPORTANT TO PARTIES FURNISHING. T?fESSRS. J. G. MADDOX & SON wHI SEM. l?.i- by PuBLic AuonoN, at their SALE ROOMS, 26, DUKE STREET, CARDIFF, on the above dates, an immense assemblage of very superior HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE (Removed from various residences for absolute sale), including:— Valuable Pianofortes, Hardwood Bedroom Suites complete, 6ft and 4ft Wardrobes, Pairs of Hamdsome Tenets, Iron and Brass Bedsteads, several exceUent Carpets, Fenders, Brasses, superior Drawing and Dining-room Suites, Rose- wood and Walnut Cabinets, 6ft. and 5ft. Side- boards, Book-cases, Dining and Occaafionat Tables, Walnut and Gilt Overmantels, &c., &c., in all about 400 lots each day. On view day prior to and morning of each day's sate. Ar- rangements made to pack and forward all goods purchased by country buyers. The Goods can be purchased any day privately if desired. Complete or Part Houses of Furniture Bought fot Cash. Sales and Valuation of every descrip- cion undertaken. .-or Terms, apply at the Auction Rooms, as Above. Established 1860. 3845 FORTH COTTAGE HOSPITAL Third Annual FANCY DRESS BALL At the T10WN TJALL, TpORTH, ON THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 17tht '98. LADIES, in Fancy Dress 7s. 6d. „ Evening „ 10s. 6d. GENTLEMEN in Fancy Dress — 10s. 6d. „ Evening „ 15a. Tickets may be ha<t from the members of the Ladies' Committee, or the Hon. Sees., Dr. EVAN N. DAVIES, GroveSetd, Penygraig, and Mr J. T. JONES, GIandwr. Forth. 4350 QOUTH WALES ART SOCIETY. PRESIDENT-LORD WINDSOR. ELEVENTH ANNUAL EXHIBITION or PICTURES BTC. NEW GALLERIES QUEEN-STREET (Comer of Dumfries-place). NOW OPEN 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. Admission—Is.; after 6 p.m., 6d. SEASON TICKETS, 3s. 4324 W. H. THOMAS. Hon. Sec. Public Notices. THE WorM's Greatest Show, CIRQUE, HIPPODROME, & MENAGERIE. Directeurs M.M. GEORGES 4' DÁVID. nnHIS Colossat Establishment landed at Dover J? on July 18th last, having completed a Tour of France, Germany, Holland', Belgium, Russia, and Switzerland, and has been received everywhere with greatest success. NELSON,—FRIDAY, OCTOBER 14th. PONTYPMDD,—SATURDAY, OCTOBER 15tb. The Largest, Grandest, and Handsomest Amalgamated Amusement Baterpnse ever seen in this Country. 100—MaIe & Female Performers—100 From every Land un<er the Sun. 150 HORSES AND PONIES, 10 DENS OF WILD ANIMALS, A HERD OF PERFORMING ELEPHANTS AND CAMELS. More distinct novelties presented at one per formance than at any other Establishment in this country. rpWO CIRCUS RINGS -?- AND Tjj? A CENTRAL STAG JH< Presenting as many as Five Performances at one and thf- Ham,: time. AT O'fL O'CLOCK The' Brand Mid-day Procession Will leave the Encampment Grounds, repre- senting The Queen ofShebu return to Ophir." The grandest display of opulence and barbaric magnificence ever witnessed, worth a journey of twenty miles to ape. aod moreover a free disptay. THREE MILITARY BANDS. Two Performances at 2.30 and 7.30. PRICES OF ADMISSION-4S., 3s., Ss.. Is., &6d. Seats can be reserved by application on the Encampment Ground. Accommodation for 10,000 Persons. DON'T FORGET THE DATE. 4J33 ?<? -olm J-1" Public Notices. EDWARD GELLERD'S PRIZE DRAWING will take place December 13th, at the Boot Inn. Holders of Duplicates must return same to the secretary, D. Jenkins, by December 1st._ B84a CYCLING CHALLENGE. rt?OM WILLIAMS, Pontypridd, is open to ride L John Thomas, Rhondda champion Forth. wilt ritte him level quarter mite, and take 26 yards in one mile, and 50 yards in three miles. To ride at Pontypridd for JE3 up to J65. B83& Signed TOM WILLIAMS. Excursions. CARDIFF AND BRISTOL. "THE MARCHIONESS." OCTOBER. From Bate Docks, Car- From Bathurst Basin, diff, to Bristol. Bristol to Cardiff. (From C.B. 15m. later) 15aSat.3.30 after 115 Sat.?. 0 after 17 Mon.5. 0 morn 17aMon.8. 0 morn and.5. 0 after 18Tues.53U „ 18aTues.830 „ 19 Wed. CB 6.0 „ 19aWed.9.15 „ C.B. and..8.30 after 20 Thurs.Whole Day Excursion 7. 0 morn 20aThurs.lO.O morn Cum. Basin,and Even. CB.and.845 after Excursion 6 30 after Excursion 6 30 after I 21aFriday.7.15 morn ) 2t Friday 10.45 morn (a) To and Fro. FARES :—After Cabin (single), 2s 6d To and Fro (available for Seven Days), 4s Fore Cabin (single). Is 6d To and Fro (available for Seven Days), 2s 6d. JOHN THOMAS, Agent, 3985 Packet Omce, Bute Docks, Cardiff.

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