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MAYPOLE BUTTER IS STILL THE BEST. DELICIOUS, FRESH AND PURE. MAYPOLE BUTTER IS STILL THE BEST. DELICIOUS, FRESH AND PURE. I DELICIOUS Fresh Churned Margarine, 4d., 6d. & 8d per lb. GUARANTEED TO GIVE SATISFACTION. NOTE THE ADDRESS— MAYPOLE DAIRY COMPANY, LTD., 83A, TAFF STREET, PONTYPRIDD. HEAD Omci-11, BIfSHOPSGATE STREET WITHOUT, LONDON, E.C. Branches in Newport, Swansea, Merthyr, and all large towns. 1738 THE FORTH: COTTAGE HOSPITAL EISTEDDFOD Will be held (by kkkd permission) in the —: TYNYCTMMER GROUNDS, :— ON MONDAY AND TUESDAY, DECEMBER 26th & 27th, 1898, In a Spaoious Marquee comfortably ari-nged for the occasion. The Programme a8 already published will be carried out in its entirety. Programmes per post lid., and may be obtained from Messrs Jones and Jones Portfa. 0 Williams, hairdresser, Portb. THOMAS RICHARDS, Chairman, 4399 B. WILLIAMS, Secretary. ROYAL CLARENCE THEATRE, P ONTYPRIDD. PROPRIETORS ••• ME&8MB, TRENC HARM AND JONES. MANAGER Z TO# JQXS8. Friday and Saturday, October 21st and 22nd, last two nights of the Magnificent Spectacular Drama, "MAZEPPA. Miss Olga Andre's Bide. The Talk «f the Town. Moaday, October 24th, and during the week, Important Return Visit of the Popular Comedian, Mr. HARRY ROXBURY and No. I Company in the Romantic Musical Drama, £ 1,000 REWARD, Or, The Secrets of London, NEW SCENEBY. NEW ^oNGS. NEW DANCES. POPULAB PRICES—Centre Circle, 2s p oid l8 pit, is; Gallery, 6d. Half-price to aU parts at 9 o'clock, gall- LJ~n'at7, to Commence at 7.46. Seats may be booked at ShackeU's Music Warehouse, Tall Street, HO SMOKING IN PART OF^THE^THEATReT1^ Lighted throughout by Electricity. Mont4, October 31st, First Visit of the Celebrated Actress, Madame GRATIENNE and her 1-Y, Repertoire Company. THEATRE ROYAL, TONYPANDY. LESSEES MESSRS. ARTHUR CdLTON Sj SAN DUCKWORTH. RESIDENT MANAGER ••• • MR. SAM DUCKWORTH. Enormous Success-and last two nights of A GUILTY MOTHER." All should see and hear the Gramaphone The finest talking machine ever exhibited in South Wales. Don't forget the last two nights of this most successful visit. Theatre packed nightly. Mondar Next, October 24th, and during the whole week, ARIZONA JOB" in the Sensational Drama, "BELLE OF THE WEST," With Performing Dogs and Ponies. POPULAR PRICES—Is. 6d., Is., 9d., and 6d. NOTICE.—The Performance will commence each evening at 7.45 prompt. Monday, October 31st, A LONDON MYSTERY." Look out for the great alterations! Early doors, 6.30 p.m. Ordinary, 7.15 p.m. [4349 EISTEDDFOD ABERCYNON. CYNELIB EISTEDDFOD FAWREDDOG YN ADDOLDY Y WESLEYAID, ABERCYNON, Ar y 26ain o RAGFYR (BOXING DAY), 1898. Beirniaid-C,erddoria,eth: Mr J. H. M. HARRIES, R.A.M., Cardiff, a Mr T. H. EDWARDS, A.U.C.W., Abercynon; Amrywiaeth: Parch. T. J. PRITCHARD (Pregethwr y Wesleyaid), Caerdydd. PRIF DDARN-" Dyddiau Dyn sydd fel Glaswelltyn." I Gor heb fod dan 60 mewn nifer. Gwebr, E10 (10s. 6d. i Arweinydd y Cor Buddugol). PARTI MEIBION—" Awn i ben y Wyddfa Fawr." Gwobr 0. Rhif y parti heb fod o dan 30 mewn nifer. Bhoddir Gwobrau o 10s. am yr boll Solos. Traethawd-11 Addysg." Gwobr, 10s. 6d. Programmes, am y pris arferol, gan yr Ysgrifenydd, OWEN A. EDWARDS, Tailor & 4367 Draper, Abercynon. SPECIAL LINES, "FREE POSTAGE." Waterproof Cycle Capes, 5s each. Waterproof Nursing Aprons, Is each. Waterproof Nursing Aprons, 2s each, large size. Waterproof Nursing Aprons, 2s 6d each, Satteen I Print. Waterproof Bed Sheeting, 2s 6d yard, 36 in. guaranteed. Waterproof Pilches (or babies squares), Is each. J Waterproof Babies Bibs, 6d each. India Rubber Enema Syringe, 2s 3d each. India Rubber Enema Syringe, 3s 6d each, I superior quality. Waterproof Collar, Cuffs, and Fronts—illus- trated list on application. I MIDLAIWD RUBBER CO., I 107, Godwin St., Bradford, Yorkshire. 3937 TO PIGEON FANCIERS. WM. LEWIS & SONS, Wholesale and Retail HAY, CHAFF, STRAW, CORN, SEED, MEAL, AND SALT MERCHANTS, Steam Corn Mills, PONTYPRIDD, Strengly recommend their PIGEON MIXTURE as a food carefully prepared with a view to strengthening birds while training, and to properly sustain them during Long Flights. Specialities:—BARLEY and INDIAN MEALS (own grinding, and guaranteed pure), VICTORIA POULTRY FOUIt and VICTORIA CHICK MEAL (in linen bags), COTTON, LINSEED and FEED- ING CAKES, VICTORIA DOG BISCUITS and HOUND MEAL, Thorley's Food, Lactifer, Ovum, Oystershells, and all kinds of GAME and POULTRY FOOD kept in stock. FARMERS, CAB & BUS PROPRIETORS, and all interested in the economic feeding of stock are respectfully solicited to write for samples and quotations. ESTABLISHED NEARLY 50 YEARS. AM HANDBILLS neatly and cheaply done at the FBHB PBBSS office. PRINTING of every Description done at the FBBB PHESS Offices, 22 and 23, Taff street, Pontypridd. CTISITING Cards. Stylish. Ladies' or T Gentlemen's. Cheap and good. FBBB Pwm Office, 22, TafT Street, Pontypridd.. MARVELLO OINTMENT is THe GREATEST REMEDY OF MODERN TIMES! It immediately relieves pain, either external or internal. It has no equal as a cure for Skin Diseases, Bad Legs and Breasts. A certain cure for Neuralgia, Rheumatism, &c. MEDICAL TESTIMONY: Mitcheldean, 25th October, Dear Sir, — I have found your Ointment most valuable as an application in Eczema and other skin diseases. J. ABELL, M.R.C.S. Order by post, with remittance of Is. lid., receive prompt attention from the Proprietor, B. E. BEARD, Dry brook, Gloucestershire. Wholesale Agents: Barclay and Sons, 95, Farringdon Street, Looden, E.C. and Medicine Vendors generally. Price, Is. lid. per box. AGENTS: BLAENGWYNFI John Edwards, Grocer; CLYDACH VALB W George, Chemist; TONYPANDY J. W. Richards, Chemist; PONTYPRIDD: W. H. Key, People's Chemist. Ask for MABVELLO, and insist on having it 4364 MANLY MEN. Why suffer the pains and misery caused by Nervous- ness, Prematnre Exhaustion, and Wasting Weitkneos ? Send for my book, which shows how every man, young and old, can be thoroughly and quickly cured without STOMACH MEDICINE or ELECTRICITY. Specimens of letters received, and guaranteed genuine I cannot find words to express how thankful I am. I used to think I never would get cured. I wish I had seen your advertisement at first, I should have saved many pounds.—G.F.M," I have carried out your instructions, and am now perfectly well.—J.F." Book sent sealed, post free, ior two stamps, J. LBIGH, 92-93, IMBRAT BUSSKLL gram, Lotmev. W.C. Send at once rod be cured. 13 Years'Continuous q i PONTYPRIDD BURIAL BOARD. ABSTRACT OP ACCOUNTS For the Year ending 31st March, 1898. REVENUE ACCOUNT. 1898-March 31st. £ s. d 1898-March 31st. s. Cash received from Overseers of Pentypridd 1200 0 0 Balance brought forward 972 11 4 Burial and Ministers' Fees 350 7 3 By repayment of Principal and Interest on Loans to Rent of Land at Cemetery 3 10 0 Atlas Assurance Company: Rent of Allotments 19 7 9 PRINCIPAL. INTEREST. Fees for Transfer and Certificate of Burial 0 5 6 £ s. d. £ s. d. Rebate of Income Tax 6 6 8 First Loan 225 11 3 73 15 7 Stamps allowed on old cheques 0 16 8 Second Loan 129 10 2 52 16 10 Balance 1176 1 4 Third Loan 22 14 0 13 13 4 518 1 i By repayment of Principal and Interest on Loan to Equitable Assurance Company:— Principal 08 9s. 8d., Interest £ 107 4s. lid. 175 14 7 By payment of interest on temporary loan 50 15 C COST OF BUBIAL Ministers' Fees. 79 2 C Vicar's Fees on Headstones 3 5 C Sexton's and Men's Wages and Labour 385 19 10 Implements, Tools, &c. 3 3d Clerk's Fees on Interments, Search and Transfer 34 13 6 OTBBB PAYMENTS:— Rent of Offices 18 15 C Clerk's Salary to date (5 quarters) 75 0 0 Books, Printing, Stationery and Advertising 10 9 0 Rates and Taxes 23 0 6 Culvert as per contract 281 0 0 Coal, gas and new stoves for heating chapels 40 13 1 Insurance 2 5 0 Repairs, painting, &c. n 0 11 Gravel 40 0 Auditor's Fees 2 2 0 Legal Charges 220 Surveyors' Charges 33 n 11 Tithes 104 Rent of Telephone 10 10 0 Bank Charges 12 19 8 Sundries 9 0 5 SA760 15 2 £2760 152 LOANS ACCOUNT. £ 8. d. 1873—May 29th, First Loan 5000 0 0 BALANCES 1875—January 19th, Second Loan 3000 0 0 £ s. d. £ s. d. 1877—October 4th, Third Loan 600 0 0 Paid off to 31st March, 1898 3416 15 2 1583 410 1804 October 4th, Fourth Lean. 3100 0 0 The like 1914 14 3 1085 5 9 1896—February 19th, Fifth Loan (temporary) 1500 0 0 The like 308 10 8 291 9 4 The like 198 11 6 3101 8 6 5838 11 7 6061 85 1500 0 0 7561 8 5 Paid off as above 5838 11 7 A13400 0 0 B3400 0 0 We, the Auditors, duly appointed, have examined the foregoing Accounts and the Abstract and the Vouchers thereof and certify the same to be correct. Dated this 8th day of September, *1898. JAMES E. SPICKETT, Clerk. CHARLES RICHARDS, ) JOHN HARRIS, J Auditors. 436? gOUTH WALES ART SOCIETY. PRESIDENT—LORD WINDSOR. ELEVENTH ANNUAL EXHIBIIION OF PICTURES BTC. NEW GALLERIES QUEEN-STREET (Corner 01 Dumfries-place). NOW OPEltf 10 a,m. to 10 p.m. Admission-le.; after 6 p.m., &1..ABON TICKETS, 3a, 4324 W. H. THOMAS, Hon. Sec. HAYMAN'S BALAAM OF HOREHOUUND. The most certain and speedy Remedf. STOPS COLD "CU^iBB MX COLD. X heartily reooaunend It," rmaf roUGH-SrP, SH 2 1/- and 2/6- &OOD NIGHTS RBST. My Cough gone." CURES COUGH HAYMAN'S BALSAM OF HOREHOUND. Invaluable and safe in the Nursery. 15 ( A FREE INVITATION! Every reader is eordially invited to visit H. SAMUEL'S NEW CARDIFF ESTABLISHMENT, 7, ST. MARY-STREET, It is not necessary to bmy, but it wHl be a FEW MINUTES WELL SPENT to see the MANY WONDERFUL THINGS accomplished by H. Samuel in the interests of purchasers. The knowledge of what can be obtained from H. Samuel is valuable, and Itle GREAT SAVING to be made is a STARTLING REVELATION. NOTHING IS SPARED in value, and it is quite possible to obtain from H. SAMUEL, 7, ST. MARY-STREET, Cardiff, similar goods at ONE-HALF THE PRICES charged at the big London Shops. BEWARE OF IMITATIONS. EVERY ONE IS WELCOME, whether malrinfl a visit of inspection or for a purchase. In either ease H. SAMUEL assures the UTMOST SATISFACTION. GEMRINGS.— Beautiful designs in solid Gold, Hall marked, set with real Stones. H. SAMUEL'S prices, 4s. 6d., 6s. 6d., 10s. BETROTHAL BINGS.—15ct. Gold, Hall- marked, set with Diamonds, Rubies, Pearls, kc. H. SAMUEL'S prices: 10s. 6d., 12s. 6d. IAMOND RINGS.-Hall-marked, 18ct. Gold, H. SAMUEL'S prices 20s., 25s., to;elo. ALBERT CHAINS.—Hall-marked, every link, curb pattern, full length, bar, swivel, and dropper complete. H. SAMUEL'S prices: 4s., 5s., 7s. REAL GOLD ALBERTS 25s., 30s., 38s. REAL GOLD BROOCHES, 2S. 9d., 3s. 6d., 5s. 6d., &c. REAL SILVER BROOCHES (Hundreds of handsome New Art Designs), Is. each. WATCHES of all descriptions. H. SAMUEL'S WATCHE8 and other Manufactures are famed all over the world for excellence and cheapness. They are warn 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 miss seeing H. SAMUEL'S Watches, and secure one for yourself or friend. Prices from 6s., 10s. 6d,, 15s., 19s., 25s. SFLENDID ENGLISH LEVERS, 35s., 42s., 52s. 6d. OXYD1SED WATCHES (Gun Metal), 9s. 6d., 10s. 6d., 15s. 6d. REAL GOLD WATCHES, 30s., 42s., 63s 95s. VERYTHING GUARANTEED in Quality. H. SAMUEL'S conditions of Sale prove the excellence and valne of the goods. A MONTH'S FREE TRIAL allowed. If dissatisfied the full amount returned. RAILWAY FARE PAID for all pur- chasers of goods to the value of 25s. and upwards who come from any distance up to 30 miles. LARGE DESCRIPTIVE CATALOGUE of 3,000 illustrations and full particulars of all 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. H. ks A M U E L, 7 ST. MARY-STREET, CARDIFF. And at Market-street, Manchester. Also fiffbdale, Utou, fipton, and Leicester. RICHTER c ONCERT, PARK-HALL, CARDIFF, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 26th, 1896. JJB. JJAN8 JJICHTBR and his complete LONDON ORCHESTRA OF 00 PERFORMERS. RIeHTBR CONCERT. The programme includes excerpts frem Wagner's principal music dramas and Tschai- kowski's celebrated symphony Pathetique." Balcony, fti. lei.; Area (Reserved), 5s.; Side and Back Seats (Unreserved), 3s.; Standing Room (linSibed), by ticket only, la. Plans now open for booking at Mr. Wm. Lewis's, 22, Duke-street, Cardiff. Doors open at 7.30. Ticket-holders only at 7.15. Commence at 8 Carriages for 10. [4365 VEGETARIANISM. A JpUBLIC MBETIJrG Will be held at ANDREWS' HALL, ST. MARY ST., CARDIFF, ON MONDAY, OCTOBBH 24th, at 7.30. Alderman E. Beavan, J.P., Ex-Mayor, Chairman. Major RICHARDSON (Order of Danielites) and Speakers from London, Cardiff and Provinces. Mr. T. Webber, President, Cardiff Society. G. C. Wade, Secretary, 12, Regent St.,Barry Dock 4871 PORTH COTTAGE Hospital Third Annual FANCY DRESS BALL At the TOWN w LL, pORTHT ON THURSDÄY, NOVEMBER. 17th, '98. LADIES, in Fancy Dress— 7s. 6d. „ Evening „ 10s. 6d. GENTLEMEN in Fancy Bress 10s. 6d. „ Evening „ 15s. Tickets may be had from the members of the Ladies' Committee, or the Hon. Sees., Dr. EVAN N. DAVIES, Grovefield, Penygraig, and Mr J. T. JONES, Glandwr, Porth. 4350 H Y. DAVIES, AUCTIONEER, A CCOUNTANT, VALUER, MORTGAGE BROKER, HOUSB AND KSTATE AGENT, Gibbon's Buildings, Market Square, PONTYPRIDD. Sales by Auction or Private Treaty of Property of all descriptions, Trade and Farming Stocks, Furniture, 1Gc. Preparation of Inventories, Valuations for Probate, and Administrations, Hotel and Business Transfers, Mortgages, &c. Valuations of Property and Stocks of all descriptions. The Management of Estates and the collection of rents. Meetings of Creditors arranged and Accounts prepared. 4305 £3 TO 2,500. iJMALL LOANS made upon BORROWER'S £ 3 OWN NOTE OF HAND at a reasonable rate of Interest to respectable Householders. OW EASY REPAYMENTS To suit the convenience of Borrowers. No Fees or Law Costs. STRICTEST PRIVACY GUARANTEED. Apply to MR. D. DAVIES, Cynon Villas, Cynon Street, ABERAMAN. [38^5 TO ARCHITECTS & BUILDERS. ARCHIBALD D. DAWNAY Keeps at the WALB8 & WEST OF ENGLAND GIRDER WORKS. EAST MOORS, CARDIFF, a LARGE STOCK of STBBL JOISTS, FLITCH PLATES, TBBS, ANGLES, CHANNELS, &C; Manufacturer of ROOFS. GIRDERS, BRIDGES, STANCHIONS, PATENT SOLID TILB and CONCRETE FLOORS. OØioes: EAST MOORS. CARDIFF. Telegram*: DAWNAY, CARDIFF. National fetevhwe, Cacdiff, fio. 631. 1135 Excursions. c ARDIFF AND BRISTOL. "THE MARCHIONESS." OCTOBER. From Bute Docks, Car- From Bathurst Basin, diff, to Bristol. Bristol to Cardiff. (From C.B. 15m. later) 22aSat 8. 4 morn 22 Sat 11.45 morn 24aMon 10.45 24 Mon 2.30 after 25aTues 12. 0 noon 25 Tues 3.45 „ 25aTues 12. 0 noon 25 Tues. 3.45 „ 26aWed 1. 0 after 26 Wed. v 4.45 „ 27aThurs. 2. 0 „ 27 Thurs. 5.30 „ 28&Friday.. 2.45 „ ) 28 Friday.. 6.15 „ (a) To and Fro. FAms :-After Cabin (single), 2s 6d; To and Fro (available for Seven Days), 4s; Fore Cabin (single), Is 6d; To and Fro (available for Seven Bays), 2a 6d. JOHN THOMAS, Agent, 3965 Packet Office, Bute Docks, Cardiff. Sales by Auction. On TUESDAY, OCTOBEB 25th, and THURSDAY, OCTOBEB 27th, commencing at Two o'clock precisely each day. IMPORTANT TO PARTIES FURNISHING. MESSRS. J. G. MADDOX 6 SON will SELL by PTOLIC AUCTION, at their SALE ROOMS, 25, 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 Handsome Toilets, Iron and Brass Bedsteads, several excellent Carpets, Fenders, Brasses, superior Drawing and Dining-room Suites, Rose- wood and Walnut Cabinets, 6ft. and 5ft. Side- boards, Book-cases, Dining and Occasional 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 sale. Ar- rangements made to pack and forward all goeds purchased by country buyers. The Goods can be purchased any day privately if desired. Complete or Part Houses of Furniture Bought for Cash. Sales and Valuation of every descrip- tion undertaken. Jot Terms, apply at the Auction Rooms, as above. Established 1860. 3845 TRELEWIS AND LLANFABON. SALE OF VALUABLE LEASEHOLD PROPERTY. MR. WILLIAM MORGAN has received in structions to Sell by Auction, at the Royal Hotel, Treharris, near Quakers' Yard, on Friday, the 28th day of October, 1898, at 7 o'clock p.m., precisely in the evening (subject to the conditions then and there produced). I.-All that Leasehold Dwelling House and Premises known as Bailey Glas, Llanfabon,now in the occupation of Mr. David George. These premises are held under a lease for 99 years from the first day of May, 1866 at the low Annual Ground Rent of JE1 10s. i.-All those 5 Dwelling Houses and Premises Nos. 1 to 5, Glyn Bargoed Road; Trelewis, now in the respective occupations of John Jenkins, Taliesin Jenkins, John Morgan, Thomas Steers, David Thomas, at Rentals for Nos. 1, 4, and 5, of 14s. each and for Nos. 2, and 3, of 13s. each per month. These premises are held under two several indentures of lease from the 25th day of March, 1859 at the Annual Ground Rents amounting altogether to L2 16s. 6d. For further particulars apply to the Auc- tioneer, Gynog Villa, Trealaw, or to: SPICKETT & SONS, Solicitors, 4356 Pontypridd or Caerphilly. ON THURSDAY AND FRIDAY, 27tL and 28th OCTOBER. IMPORTANT SALE. ABSOLUTELY UNRESERVED SALE OF MODERN HIGH-CLASS FURNITURE AND EFFECTS. Removed from a Large County Residence in Monmouthshire, The Property of a Gentleman who is leaving the Neighbourhood. The APPOINTMENTS of FIFTEEN BED- ROOMS, the CONTENTS of DRAWING- ROOM. BOUDOIR. DINING-ROOM, BREAK- FAST-ROOM, STUDY, LIBRARY, BILLIARD ROOM, ENTRANCE and INNER HALLS, SERVANTS' HALL, and OTHER OFFICES. A VALUABLE LIBRARY OF BOOKS. A SEMI-GRAND PIANOFORTE, a NEARLY NEW COTTAGE PIANOFORTE, a Full-size Nearly New. BILLIARD TABLE (by BEN- NETT) and Appointments, Settees. VERY FINE OLD PLATE AND SILVER. MESSRS. GOTTWALTZ, BOWRING, and PERRY have received instructions to SELL by AUCTION, at their Salerooms, 11, High-street, Cardiff, Absolutely Without Reserve, on THURSDAY and FRIDAY, 27th & 28th OCTOBER, at Eleven o'clock Each Day punctually, the above SUPERB APPOINTMENTS OF A 00 UN J'YRESIDENOE, REMOVED FROM MONMOUTHSHIRE. On View on Monday, Tuesday, and Wednes- day Prior to Sale. Descriptive Catalogues may be had on and after Saturday, 22nd October, of the Auc- tioneers, 11, High-street, Cardiff. 4336 I I W. MORGAN Park Street, Treforest* v T. WILKINS, 102, Wood Road, Treforest DJ. COOMBES, .Aroade and Market Street, Pontypridd. 1 J. E. JOHNS, The Stores, Abercynoø, I. THOMAS, Glancynon Bakery, Abercynov, J. McKENZIE, 9, Hannah Street, Porth. MISS JONES, 33, Llewellyn Street, Pentre. B. REES, 126, High Street, Treorchf- E. LEWIS Holly Bush Shop, Llantwit Vardre. W. THOMAS, 7, Commercial Street, Llantrisant Town.. STANDARD BLENDS, 1/ 1/4, 1/6, 1/8, and 2/- per lb. For Agenoies apply direct to:- I. PHILLIPS AND CO., TEA SPECIALISTS, 1 74, QUEEN STREET, CARDIFF. 4176 Sales by Auction (Continued). AVAN HILL COLLIERY, ABERGWYNFI, GLAMORGANSHIRE. RE WILLIAM GODDEN, DECEASED. MESSRS. STEPHENSON and ALEXANDER are instructed to Sell by Auction, at this Colliery, on Tuesday, 25th Ootober, 1898, the whole of the valuable COLLIERY PLANT AND MACHINERY, Which comprise PAIR of HORIZONTAL HAUL- ING ENGINES lOin. x 16in., geared 4 to 1, with two drums, by Llewellyn and Cubitt, nearly new SINGLE HORIZONTAL DITTO, 14in. x 21in., geared 5 to 1, with two c.i. drums, equal to new; VERTICAL STEAM BOILER, 14ft. high x 5ft. diam., with cross tubes, 701b. pressure, nearly new; VERTICAL DITTO, 12ft. x 4ft., cross tubes, 501b. pressure 6f nearly- new CIRCULAR SAW BENCH 20-TONPOOLEY RAILWAY WEIGHING MACHINE, equad to new 2-ton tram weighing machine, 2ft. lOin. guage, by Kitchen; 500 yards of railway siding laid with steel flanged rails, about StUb. per yard, 100 tons of steel tram bridge and flanged rails, llb. to 221b. per yard; gravitation incline drum 6ft. x 6ft., large number of rope sheaves up to 5ft. diameter, 80 sets cast iron partings, smith's bellows, anvil, and tools, 100 wooden coed trams, 2ft. 9!in. gauge, capacity about 22cwt.; colliery harness, large quantity new smith's iron, tram iron, ventilating pipes, 20,000ft. Swedish pitprops, railway and tramroad sleepers, wooden buildings, corrugated iron, 3 EXCELLENT COLLIERY HORSES, together with a general assortment of colliery requisites. Catalogues are in course yf preparation, and may shortly be obtained upon application to the Auctioneers, 5, High-street, Cardiff. 4330 Tenders- PONTYPRIDD UNION. THE Guardians invite Tenders for printing their half yearly Abstract of Accounts, te be seat to me not later than the 25th inst. E. C. SPICKETT, 4363 Clerk.
Births, Marriages, and Deaths. The charge, in this journal for the announce- ments of Births and Deaths is ONE SHILLING, and for Marriages Two Shillings and Sixpence. Payment for these announce- ments can be made by stamps or postal orders. StARRIAGBS. THOMAS—JAMES.—October 19th, at Borth, Cardiganshire, W. E. Thomas, M.D., Ystrad Rbondda, to Mary Elizabeth, only daugter of the lafe J. R. James, M.B., J.P., Pentre.
"Y Gwir yn erbyn y Eyd. 'I-Kymris Proverb. "Give me, above all other liberties, the liberty to know, to utter, and to argue freely. according to conscience."—John Milton.
WHAT with the Compensation Act, Contracting Out, No. 2 book, Mabon's Day prosecutions, Amendeil Coal Mines Regulation Act, and new organisation scheme with its bear- ings on the Sliding Scale, the bewilderment into which the South Wales CQllier has tallen in his efforts to unravel all the mysteries surrounding him legally, socially, and philan- thropically is pardonable. Despair, defiance, humility, and boldness seem to reign alternately amongst the mining masses. Occasionally local influences predominate, which are difficult to understand and explain. That the workmen are not followi-og the advice of their accredited leaders and advisOO is palpable. Nothing but this ,.iJ1 explain the peculiar proceedings have occurred during the past fef days. Many times has the illegalit1 and the futility of a 48 hours notice to cease operations been proven, atlJ whilst we have very strong sympatbieØ with the workmen in any efforts may put forth for freedom, adv00# of wages, and Organisation, we iwor regret, in common with all frieO^ the Welsh collier, that money sb° be frittered away in fighting a que9^0* definitely decided in our law cO' The fines imposed by our magistrateS many years ago have given P conclusive that a cessation of operatious after a notice of this kind can only be by "mutual arrangemant."Surel1 there can be xip mutual agreement when one side refuses to accept tpø notice. We offer no opinion as tO the advisability of keeping MaboDs Day or otherwise. The lack of attention to the voice of the leader is also amply demonstrated in the line of action taken in some districts Olor the Permanent Relief .Fund amended scheme. A vote by ballot is takeJJ as to whether the workmen of certain colliery should join or not. The ballot declares conclusively strong majority against, but in couple of hours a mass meeting declare6 most emphatically that a large majority of the same workmen are in favour of joining. To the uninitiated this would appear mysterious. But what are the facts ? Simply that before- and after the ballot is takela all desirous of contracting out" have signed No. 2 Book and the ballot is therefore an useless foroofthty. Again, whilst the rank and file are in these awkward dilemmas, waiting the pro- clamation of a definite policy, and the hoisting of a common standard around whieh to rally, the leaders themselves in some cases are railing at each other, and anxiously awaiting developments on the men's side before adopting a course of action likely to cause further friction. We could in- stance a case where one of the most generous, efficient, and loyal of our colliery medical officers, who attended the whole of the men gratuitously during the late disastrous strike, is uow paid by only one third of the workmen. In other cases even the checkweighers themselves are unpaid. Our natural advice therefore to the leaders under these galling conditions is Educate! Educate Edueate!
HAIR DESTR0YE8 £ £ Ladies afflicted with Superfluous Hair Growth will do well to send for our SPECIFIC, which is inexpensive, but effectual. By post, safely packed, at 2s. 9d. and 5s. 3d. [43ù8 ROBERT LANE, 3, Duke-street, Cardiff.