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PREPAID ADVERTISEMENTS. WORDS. I ONCE, THREE SIX i TIMES. TIMES. 20 Words j 0 6 10 16 30 Words j 0 9 1 6 2 3 ¡- 40 Words 1 0 2 0 3 0 Each extra 10 W0rds. 0 3 0 6 0 9 These charses auply only to the clashes of advertise IDent specified below, and are strictly confined to th03e which are ordered for CONSECUTIVE insertion, and PAID FO* PREVIOUS TO INSERTION: if either of these con- ditions is not complied with the advertisement will bo charged by the Business scale:— APARTMENTS WANTED HOUSES WANTED APARTMKMS TO LEX HOUSES TO BE SOLD charged by the Business scale:- APARTMENTS WANTED HOUSES WANTED APARTMKMS TO LET HOUSES TO BE OLD ARTICLES LOST MISCELLANEOUS WANTS ARTICLES FOUND MISCELLANEOUS SALES BUSINESSES FOR DISPOSAL PARTNERSHIPS WANTED BUSINESSES WANTED SITUATIONS WANTED HOUSES TO LET SITUATIONS VACANT. ,\Ji.—The insertion of several Advertisements fa delayed because the references given are to Post- office*, to initials, or tictitiou names Postmasters are not allowed to deliver letters so :),.1drcsseù ijPirsottaL J-AE TO JOE.—Do let me hear from you Monday morning don't disappoint me it's important. Come soon. patrimonial. A RESPECTABLE WIDOWER, aged 47. wishes to correspond with a lady of little means, with » view to marriage —Andress Mr R. J., couth Wales Daily News Offace, Cardilf. 313 IK you AUK MARlllEO, or contemplate taking this important step, we can send you valuable information which you ought to kuow. Send your address, and we will send catalogue and pamphlet free-Address H. Q. Kerr, Mostyn-road, Merton, Surrey. f flHE Matrimonial Herald and Fashionable Marriage g Gazette is the original and only recognised medium for high-class introductions, and represents the largest and most successful Matrimonial Agency in the world. N.B.—The public are cautioned against imitations. Price 3d (under cover 4"d). All communica- tions should be addressed to EDITOR, 40, LAMB'S CONDUIT-STREET. LONDON, W.C. 37;;5 Musical. iss MET A SCOTT, Associate of R. A.M., London, silver and double bronze medallist, certificate f..r teaching and Dublic playing, former member (1st violin) of R. A.M. Orchestra, receives Pupils for Violin and Pianoforte at 89. Stacey-road, Cardiff. Also at Merthyr, Pontypridd, and Aberdare. From My* late Sir G A Macfarren As tcachei of violin and pianoforte you may, with confidence, accept Miss Meta Scott, as she is highly qualified for the duty." Miss Scott'supplies a qualified orchestra for oralorios or concerts. lS3 IsisASTLE gives Lessons on the Pianoforte and jLTiL Singing. Pupils can receive instruction twice each week either at their residences or 22. Charles- street. Queen-street, Cardiff Terms moderate. 2435 PIANO for Sale walnut, full compass, trichord; almost new, in excellent condition a bargain.— Leslie Academy, 1. Kensington-terrace, Swansea. &353 F\NOFORTE — A lew Pupils wanted: trmg, 123 6d per quarter. — Address A. B 12, Harriet- street, Catbays, Cardiff. 291 SAMUEL HORSFIELD, Pianoforte Tuner and Repairer, Beethoven House. Gwaelodygarth, Merthyr Pianos tuned 14s year satisfaction guaranteed piano renovated in tone and toucli. y.ate with Goldsmith. Merthyr. 562 V- IOLI taught by C. Lamsley, Violinist (Musical Director), Theatre Royal, Cardiff. Few vacancies only Clarf.-streeti. S73 JiUMcal. APPRENTICE.—Wanted, a well-educated Youth. — Apply Llewellyn Thomas, A.Pli S., Chemists, Morriston, Swansea. gfcy <&&ucntianai. A LADY requires a re-engagement as morning or afternoon Governess. Excellenn references — »ioverne«s, Wales Daily News" Office, Cardiil. 5.m IHECH. Spanish, Italian. German, Private 1 Tuition Classes. Special Claseg for Commercial Correspondence and Con venation. Candidates pre. pared for the Medical, Law, Civil Service, Excise and CustcUB Examinations. SchohEhips through the post; Arithmetic, Book-keeping, Shorthand.—Mr W. Haines, Public Translator, 2b, Park-street. Cardiff. 170 8ANGUAGES.—French, German, and Classfc.— Ji Dr Berlin, 22, Upper Alma-street, Newport. Terms moderate. Classes special terms. 7S53 |V1 4 CANTAB,, Hi<;h Honours, prepares for i-vj.-oL- University Exams., London Matric. and Local —M.A., 3, The Parade, Cardiff. 309 WANTED, Nursmy Governess, two children, "t' •rentleman s family also Mother's He'P,"> somfortable home ;J good salaries.—Mrs Morgan, 71, Parkstreet. Bristol. 409 WOMUN'S CORRESPONDENCE CLASSES" In preparation for Cambridge Hiller Local and Oth- r Examinations.—Instruction by Correspondence \!o; ven by cert1.Ïn qllaIitied ladies. Classes open from 4th October till the end of May—Apply further to Miss A. Shore, Orchard Pr.vle, Tapiow, Maidenhead. in lEast ana JouniJ. I" OST from Cadoxton on Tuesday last,a Roan Mare, ji about lb.2 i^ands — H. Harley, care of Mr White, Courtney r. ad, C;wloxton. 374 REWARD. —Lo-t or Stolen, dark-brown ?uek- ^V-A. ing Mare, ,«x months old dark-brown mailt: tndlegs.no white. — Information to Alfred Davies, Race Horse Inn, Wa eaavon. near Brynmawr. 227 Domain: rrtmnís. « THOROUGHLY trustworthy General Servant J\ Wanted.—Apply 1, Tudor-road, Riverside, Cardiff. ^26 t^OOK tPlain).—Situation wanted in small family, where another servant is kept; excellent char- „c.er II., Rose Cottage, Trelleck-road, Tintern. .34:J- ARMERS DAUGHTER seeks engagement as Mother's Eldp or Assistant Housekeeper good reference—Miss Price, care of Mu freece, Walworth Villa, Ro-S- T^ENERAL SERVANT wanted; one from the fx "country preferred.—Apply Mrs Thomas Evans, China and Glass Rooms. Bridge-street, Cardiff. 367 €< OOD General Servant requ red by October 16th r country girl Preferred good reference.—Mrs M. Williams, 82. alter s-road, Swansea. 8332 OOP Gentfral Servant wanted, with suitable jC reference* —Apply MM Jones, Grocer, Seymour- Itreet, Aberdare. 313 EQUIKED. a good plain Cook or General Servant who understands plain cooking must be a Chnrctawoman.—Apply Mrs Bryant, St. Michael's- square. Pembroke 234 S- XRONG GENERAL SERVANT (not under 23) wanted immediately; cooking, washing, aud Ironing nurse housemaid kept; wages, £ 12.—29, tha Walt, Cardiff. -H .3e1 WANTED at once, a Plain Cook, baking anddalry 1'1' (two cows) S-tate age and references.—Mrs Swynne-Vaughan, Cern. Llandovery. *T ANTED, two G>?neralServacts.—Apply Bridgend Vf Inn. Tonypandy. WANTED, a respectable Girl about 16, as Servant. TV Apply Hurst. Station-road. Penarth. 421 ANTED, a good General Servant she must be over 20, able to cook. and have good references. -Apply, personally* to Mrs D. Jones, 134, Severn-road, Canton, Cardiff. 377 ANTED, Plain Cook, £20, family 3, early ▼ V dinners Parlourmaid, £ 18 Sewing-maid, E16.—Ford, 39.: Nicholas-street, Bristol. 411 ANTED"immediately, a good Housemaid.— Apply to Mrs Evans, 93, Tae.streec, Ponty- 403 a7ANTED^ experienced General Servant; muSt yy understand plain cooking; and Girl 06) to assist references from use situation.—Apply Grey- >lound, Pontypridd- 347 *r A NT E D, ex oerie n ce d NurseTto take charge of Vy infant six weeks old and two children good reference required.—Apply Mrs Sessions, 13, Marine- parade. Penarth. 127 W" ANTKD, gooJ Plain Cook. £ 22 family 3 H iuse-parlourmaid, £ 18 aleo General, good wages given. — Miss Williams, 39, Nicholas-street, "Bristol. 92 ANTED, a good General Servant, where anothwr is kept, muse thoroughly understand cookine small family.-Apply, any day after five, to 22, New- wort-road, Cardiff. 8183—803 rpiHE Insertion of several Advertisements is J. delayed because the references given a.re to J'ost-otfices, to initials, or fictitious names. Post- masters are not allowed to deliver letters so addressed. Situations ^farant. BAKERS —Wanted, a good Man, ws-11 up in Bread and Cake. —Apply D. Nicholas, Tonypandy. 239 OOT"TRADE — Two Men Wanted, one Rounder on nail woik. also a Repairer for a while-you- watt .«hop.—O. Price, Bridge-street, Tredegar. 331 B" Ot)T~TBADE. — Wanted. Finisher on Nail and Light Work; also Riviters constant employ, went for steady men W. Mason. AbeTtiare. 363 NCi IN EMITTER wantedTako Pattern-maker— 2J Apply Maityn Waddle, Penrhos Ironworks, Llaneily. 263 AlRDRESSEK wanted live indoors; state age J'jL and salaiy required.—Apply at once, ,But" terrace, Cardil1 158 HAIR l>RBSS EKS wanted good Haircutter and Shaver; out-door; strictly sober.— Apply, stat- ing wages, D. Williams, 7, Hannah-street, Porth. O-Mfcl EMPLOYMENT. —indies can Earn 15s to 50s weekly by Automatic Knitting Machine cash or hire purchase terms; work supplied. —Address 8, Company. b7, Southwark-street, London, S.E. Agents wanted. 82- IT IS REQUESTED that all Mill-men and Tin- house nen keep away from the Vernon Tin-plate Works, Briton Ferry, as a dispute is pending. 336 IT is requested that Smiths, Fitters, Patternmakers, Jt_ and all workmen connected with the Marina Engineering Trade keep away from Cardiff as there is a dispute pending. 8111 LITHOGRAPHERS — Hand wanted for colour JLj workj at once.—J. E, Southall, Printer, New- port, Mon. 323 MEN, VOUTHS, BOYS, all classes requiring any Employment (indoors or out), write at once, "Situation Guide," free busy time hundreds suited dor' delay town or country; distance no object.— XarncrandCo. (Box 54), 112, Newington Causeway, London. Men late army, navy, or merchant service also write. 224 JICTURE FRAME M AKErT- A thorough practical Man Wanted al once no other need Duke-street, Cardiff. 425 OLL TURNERS. — Wanted, twe Young Journey- -(\ men for South Staffordshire district permi. nent situations.— Address, stating wages and full particulars, to8 40, "South Wales Daily News Office, Cardiff. 407 VTWTBAK KUS —Wanted, a SecracTaiHrihinl llandT t Must have good referunces.—Apply to Morgans, Baker. Hr.iitypridd. 310 TO BUTCHERS.—Wanted, experienced Young A Man for American Meat Trade outdoor must quick at scales.—Apply, with references, R. Wil. iiauia. tl, LlauuaU street. Portb. TO BUTCHERS.—Wanted immediately, a Man, Jt. single or married, to Manage a Branch Shop and to asist in slaughtering must have good refer- ence.—Apply Samuel Thomas, Dowlais. 233 fflO CARPENTERS.—Wanted immediately, two 8 steady Men used to cottago work inter's work f to suitable persons.—Apply Robert Price, Penygraig. 159 '110 CARTERS.—-Wanted, a good Man to drive J_ out well aecustojned to horses and delivering also a good Lad to drive. —Randell and Sons, Llanelly. 334 CLOG MAKERS.—Wanted, three Breakers-up. —Apply to James Mellin, Pencader. f y^O PLASTERERS. — Wanted at once, competent JL Men; good wages to steady hands.—Apply to' David Davies, 18, De Winton Field, Tonypandy. 331 a Turnover Apprentice _i_ used to jobbing and press work.—Apply X.Y.Z.. Brecon and Badnor Express," Brecon. 348 riWRNER Wanted'^ he must be a good hand.—Apply X I. Cordingley, Engineer, Trowbridge. 305 WATZD immediately, Electrician as Improver one accustomed t j laihe and vice.—King, Mendham and Co., Narrow Wine-street, Bristol. 415 WANTED, Cowman must be a good milker and l' have good character.—Apply Goitre Fawr, Killay, Swansea. 8431 WANTED at once, six good Pit Sinkers ouly first-class men need apply.—Apply Henry Park-r, Mynachty Colliery, Ynysvbwl. 330 WANTED, a steady Man in a quarry, able to V V square paving.—Apply David Griffiths, Builder, Penygraig. 332 WANTED at once, 2 or 3 good Walling Masons. Y t Wages, 7d per hour-Applv to John Haines, New Parish Room, Port Talbot. 351 ANTED, and Wife as good bilkers house v v found wages, 21s a week and harvest money. —Apply X 277, Daily Xews," Cardiff-. 277 WANTED, good Wallers and Wall-stone Dressers, TV an experienced Scaffolder, Blacksmith (ae- customed to masons' tools), and Person used to ele- vating steam jib crane; long )<>b.—Apply Holland, New Church, Barmouth. 295 WANTED, two good Granite Masons, accustomed to netting heavy dock-coping —Apply S. Pear- lun and Sons, Contractor-, New Dock Works, South- ampton. 8360 WANTED, experienced Cowman, and able to milk well; single.—Apply G. Davies, Penrhiw- ceibr Farm, Mountain Ash. 231 A~VT ANTED, Shoeing and Jobbing Smith con- TT stant job and good wa>ge* inferior men need not apply,—Applv J. T. Richards, General Smith, Penarth 156 WANTED, Young Man (about IS) to assist in stables.—Apply, personally only, between 7 and 8 in the evening, to f. G. Thoma*, Cathedral-road, Cardiff. 146 WANTED, a Young Man to assist in bakehouse and deliver.—Apply Manager, Co-operative f't{Jres. Blaina. 12b "VlT ANTED, two steady Colliery Engine-wrights, to Y f act as AVorking Foremen standing wages about 32 per week.—Apply, with references, also stilt- ing ago, to John Lancaster and Company, Limited, B lain a. 8296 milE Insertion of several Advertisements is JL delayed because the references given are to Post-offices, to initials, or fictitious names. Post- masters are not allowed to deliver letters so addressed bap Assistants, &c. CCLOTHING and DRAPER V.— Smart Junior j wanted Dissenter and abstainer preferred.— Apply W. Clappen, Wood-street, Swindon. 358 DRAPERY and OUTFITTING — Wanted, several B Young- Men and Young Ladies for bankrupt etock sale WelRh speaking preferred—Apply Phillips and Co.. 16 and 17. Baglan-place, Pentre, Uliondda. 402 RAPARY, OUTFITTING, and BOOTS.—Wanted at once, a respectable Youmt Man, accustomed to the abovs trades, for three months.—Apply to il. J. Stephens. Hay. 416 DRAPER, DRESSMAKER, MILLINER — Com- petent, pushing Hands at once I Welsh. Draper must be a good window dresser. Dressmaker must be good fit and stylish, with knowledge of mantles. Milliner must trim well, snd serve. —Full particulars, Jones. Golden Key, Mountain Ash 2f0 DRAPERY —Wanted, a Youne Man as Junior also u sharp Youth as Improver.—Arthur Milcw, Bute-street, Cardilf. 2H (1 ROCERS —Improver wanted immediately willing jf to make himself uReiul.-St:æ age and salary to C. J. Price. Mail'hester House, Tredeaar. 19ti d 1 JtOCERY.—Smart Junior wanted.—Apply Wind- 1T sor M Tliomas, the Cathays Supply Stores, Cardiff. 372 d t ltOCERY.—Wanted, two good Juniors personal application preferred.—Apply, stating Davies Bros, American Stores, Pontypridd, 3S2 "GROCERY.—Wanted, good. smart, young Woman jf to take chsrjje of branch indoors references.— Apply M. Evans. Iu4, High-street, Dowlais. 329 ^llOCERY. — Wanted, an Assistant; must be well U up at both counters.—Apply, stating age and salary required, with references, 'fustian and Co., Swansea. 8JS9 ROCERY.—Ra-engagement Manager by mar- lr ried man highest references full particulars on application.—Addrwss W3A, "South Wales Daily News," Office, Cardiff. 183 T^lltOCKRY and PROVISIONS. — A strong and active Boy wanted, age about 16 years, one used to the trade, and quick at figures.—Apply, in own handwriting, stating salary required, William Lewis, Grocer, Glyncorrwg, via Bridgend. 292 n ROCERS IIA ULIER—Wan'^ilTVstprady^iVrsoiT"; Tone accustomed to similar work preferred good refcrencOT required. — Apply J. Daniel, Abersychan. 139 (GROCER'S HAULIER.—Wanted immediately, a If strong, steady Young Man Welsh indoors.— Apply, with references, E. Morgan and Son. Aber- dulaU. 3S1 HAULIER.—Wanted immediately, a X strong, s'eady Youn» Man Wel*h indoor$.- Apply to WiJIiam ThoIl1a, Yatalyfera. JWIHCHKR and SON, Draper*, Ttlilford Havon, wani a jood Junior Assistant; also an Ap- prentice. 238 OUTFITTERS. — Wanted immediately, good t j' Juniors Welsh. Apply (personally preferred) Thomas Phillips, Excelsior Buildings, Tonypandy. 8397 OUTFITTING ana BOOTS. —Wanted, a Junior Young Man for branch shop; outdoor; total abstainer Welsh. —Apply, with full particulars, to W. illia.ms. Po! tyrymer, near Bridgend. Ib3 rSAO DRESSMAKERS.— Wanted immediately, a g. First and Second Hand; gobd fit and style indi;;pemabk-Apply Hughes and Co. Llaneily.291 WANTED, steady, trustworthy Junior Assistant "f a Welshman and abstainer preferred.—A. E. Evans, M.R.P.S., Chemist, Brynmawr. 413 WANTED, Stylish Hand permanent and com- T V fortable. — Apply, personally or by letter, stating full particulars, to T. Evans, Draper. Abercarn. 3S8 WANTED at once. Assistant and pushing Junior for the Grocery.—Apply, with full particulars and wages required, Enoch Davies, Grocer, Treher- bert. 220 WANTED, Situation as Improver to the Grocery and Provisions 2j years' experience good references.—Address W., Western Mail" Offices, Newport. 8307 f 8 iHK Insertion of several Advertisements is B delayed because the references given are to Post-offices, to initials, or fictitious names. Post- masters are not allowed to deliver letten,;o addressed &x. BRICKWORKS Manager requires Engagement; good disciplinarian and fair correspondent 30 years' experience in blus, red. a.nd lire clay; very superior testimonials—Apply 11,31, "South Wales Daily News Office, Cardiff. 164 CLERK required immediately for extensive Ship Ro j pair ing and DryDock Company; must be thoroughly acquainted with every detail of the trails, the analysis of labour and materials, the keeping ct cost and get- ting out repair accounts. Also smart. Junior Clerk required must be quick and attentive to duties. Applicants to stata age and particulars of previous employment, salary required, and when disengaged.— Address 17W, at Locke s Advertising Offices, Newport, Mon. ANTED, Certificated Manager for a large Steam Coal Colliery in the Rhondda neigh- bourhood salary to begin, £250, with hou>eand COMI only experienced men need apply,—State age and how soon free and address, with references, Thorough, Daily News." Cardiff. 3fc4 WANTED, for Shipbroker's Office, Clerk, accus- V tomed to steamer chartering accounts-A ply, stating age, experience, and salary expected, E 99, Daily News Office, Cardiff. 99 \\? ANTED, a Junior C:ork who can write short- ha.nd and has had some previous experience of office work.—Apply, stating age and salary expected, to W. G. D" General Offices, Blaenavon, Mon. 8374 WANTED, Situation as Clerk in ft Tin Works.— Apply to X. Y., "South Wales Daily Xews" Office. Swansea. 8311 ATED, Situation as Clerk in Tin Works, » V Colliery, or offices, or as Timekeeper age 18 excellent testimonials; salary moderate.— Apply E W. E., "South Wales Daily News" Office, W¡m3ea. 8427 WANTED, Office Lad; also a trustworthy Man f" to take clnrge of retail coal pml-Apply. be- tween lland I, Rhymney Coal Office, 59, Queen-street, Cr:WT ,,39.3 ítunUan5 Wanted. BAKERS —Respectable Sing'e Man wants situa- tion; good tir3t or single hand; best of references abstaintr.— Baker, Fern House, Pill, Bristol. 301 BAKEKS.—Wanted, by respectable Young Man (abstainer), Situation as Second Hand, used to large doughs; good reference#. —T. Williams, New. town, Ledbury. 417 ACHINE-MINDEU, disengaged October 12th, desires Re-engagement used to Bremner. Cowper, Ingle, Northumbrian, Wharfdale, and Platon Machines; steain or gas engines.—R J. Bater. Parl-street, Mumbles, South Wales. 831 u IV f AN'AGERKSSi Hotel, Club, or Restaurant IT!, thoroughly experienced 12 years'ieferencos disengaged snortlv.— Manageress, 35, Pembroke. ace, Penarth, Cardiff. 321 SITUATION wanted as Repairer; cycle or other work seven years' experienco can look after depot. P., Reg»nt-street, Weston-super-Mare 257 npHE Insertion of several Advertisements is tr~.t <J5 ayet* because the references given are to Post-ofhces, to initials, or fictitious names. Post- masters are not allowed to deliver letters so addressed ]kgtucies> &r. A GENTLEMAN, with a gooc! South American ran way eonnection, is desirous of representing a Welsh colliery, a,lso a patent fuel company In Lon- don; excellent references given. — Apply A., 57, New Broad-street, London. 2^0 ,4 GOOD AGENT wanted salary und commission; wiL suit anyone having spare time gentle- manly occupation; no goods or samples to carry particulars free by Post—Apply to Box 47a, St Thomas Chambers, London Bride; 13714 5179 N OLD Established Tea ancTc^ffSe HouseTwith large connection, are open to appoint a gentle- man to represent them'in aonth Wales. A previous knowledge of the trade and good connection indis- pensable.—Letter, with full par5ictVa.rs,to Mocha, care of Barretli. Sons, and Co., 10, Beer-lane, Great Tower- street, I.ondon. 412 GENTS WANTED in all Provincial Towns, to solicit orders for an article of daily consumpton 35 per cent. commission.—Baxter and Company, 109 Milkwood-road, London. :"0 E. Established 1863. 404 AGENTS and TRAVELLERS wanted, to push Compound Machinery Oíh milb, iron- works, collieries, gas and water works, steam ships, &c. Sale large and increasing. Liberal commission.— Address J. D., cara of Dewlck and Bate man, 46, Barbican. London. 299 EIRST-CLASS SALESMEN wanted at once to ell Lowe and Co.'s Celebrated CondIment or ;le Food in South Wales and bordering counties none need apply only sober, steady, honest, industrious men who are able to give security to that effect.—Apply S. N. Eraser, 34, Thomas.street, Merthyr Tydvil 273 INSURANCE.—influenti id Agents required by the Edinburgh Employers' Liability and General Assurance Company, Limit(J.-Apply B. H. Eherhard District Manager, lO, Colmore-row, Birmingham. 4d WANTED, One vr Two Agents in South Wales 'f .110 can influence capital icr Stock Exchange Speculations libural commission.—Apply T. Roberts, 12, Union-court, Old Broad street, London. 677 lEa&gings, Jlpariments, &c. A VERY QUIET COUPLE, occupying their own house ill healthy, open locality, near Taff and Rhymney Stations and trams. wish to share it wit-b another quiet couple without children; separate Cooking arrangements very moderate terms to suit- able people companionship more an object—Address Apartments, "Daily News" Office. Cardiff. 403 COMFORTABLE Furnished Apartments for one or j two gentlemen terms moderate.—6, Woodville- roiid (Park-place end), Cath-vys, Cardifl. 250 FOR A GENTLEMAN — Well furnisheu Apart- men a bath, hot or cold no children no piano.—Applyl83. Castle-road, Roath, Cardiff 187 INTEMPERANCE and Narcotics.—Private Home, near Clifton and Bath, for the Treatment of Ladies INTEMPERANCE and Narcotics.—Private Home, JL near Clifton and Bath, for the Treatment of Ladies Wishing to overcome the propensity; hiirhest refer- ences.-Pi.rticula.rs, Proprietor, Leigh Uouse, St. George's, near Bristol. fJ44 5LANWRTYD WELLS. — Advertiser requires Parlour and Bedroom permanency if comfort- able; state lowest terms.—Address C 24, "Daily News" Office, Cardiff. 324 IJENAKTII. — Well-furnished Apartments, com- X manding an extensive view of the Channei; p;ood cooking and attendance sulh two Kentlemen or lady and gentleman.—Ravensworth (opposite Station). 719 PENARTH. — Lansdowne, Private Hotel and Boarding Residence extensive Channel view; superior accommodation moderate charges special superior accommodation moderate charges special terms to permanent residents. 82 ~\TISITOItS to London.—Comfortable lodgings he,1 and breakfast, 286d. at Cambridge Dairy, Th, Dartmouth-street, c!ose to Parliament and West- minster Abbey, two mmutes' walk from St. James's- park. Metropolitan Railway. 278 WIDOW LADY offers a cheerful and comfortable home, in the healthiest part of the town. to parents wishing to place their children at the High School or C'lytha College. Newport.—Address C. I1., care of Messrs Christophers and Sons, Stationers, Newport. 8356 Houses, &c., MtmteD. WANTED, a genuine Baking Business, doing 8 to 10 sacks weekly—Address, with full par- ticulars, T. n. F., I, King-street, Watford, Hertford- shire. 160 WANTED, a House, Shop, and Bakehouse in Car- VV diff or suburbs.—Address G 97, "Daily News" Office, Cardiff. 197 Jfor Hale—Irmtsss, iEaitfr. &c. !1ARRY DOCK.—Villas in Barry, Villas, Cottages, mj and Shops near Barry Dock Station and in Cadoxton for Safe.—David Jones and Co., Auctioneers, Ilou-e Agents. &c.. Barry Dock Town, Cadoxton 251 BARRY DOCK.—For sale, early occupation, severa Cottages within quarter of an hour of dock very lare prélponion of purchase money may remain to purchasers for occupation.—Jenkins, Philharmonic Chambers, Cardiff. 1050 d iYM.\IKR~ RHONDDA VALLEY. —For Sale, by private contract, an old-established Business Premises, in the centre of a most thriving locality; the busines-* of a grocer and butcher has been carried on fur:), great number of years present owner retiring in consequence of ill-health and old age.—Apply to Mr William Griffiths, Grocer, < £ c.. Comprehensive House, Cymmer, via PontYJ}ridcL 286 "gJ^YRE • STREET, Splotlands, and Ivy-street, Sjj Cant,011.—Convenient well-built Houses to be aold a. bargain —Apply W. and S. Hern, Estate Agents. Cardilf. 1049 171 OR SAL;, by Private Contract, a new, commo. dious, and substantially-built Premises at Bridg- end-road, Evanstown, Aberkentig, containing Shop, Kitchen. Parlour, and Offices on ground Hoar, and the Rooms over —For further particulars, apply to Sir Job Hurley. Felin Fach, Tondu 8226 (ita be ;tt.-1ttaU:3t5, BEemi*. &r. A MROTH'CASTLE, situate in South Pembroke- shire, to be Let by the week, month, or year 3 mile" tron: railway station, and 7 from Tenby liouth aspect good shooting over about. 2.000 acre" of hnd.-Apply to J. Clarke Richardson, Esq., Verwen Farm, S W:\IJ sea.. 8385 d ^OLDSTREAM-TERRACE.—To Let, No. 1, con- taining 10 rooms re-decorated throughout; bath, hot and coIrl; ?ide entrance key to view next ùoor. Inquire E. Watkins, Tynewydd. Pentyrch. 399 HOUSE containing drawing, dining, breakfast- ..J. rooms, 6 bedroom> bath-room, kitchen, usual offices, coi'.servatory nominal ground rent; in tlrst. class condition, nearly new modern furniture for Sale. Owner leaving situation central and near Swansea. 8389 LLANDAFF — Substantial Villa; ten rooms and offices, gas and water, with coach.bouse and stable.—Appiy Mrs Thomas, Probate Registry, Llan- daff. tk2 74/f AESYCWMMER.—To Let, Hill View House mne rooms, gas, water, large garden, and every convenience. Rent, £ 25.—Apply EVD Davies, Maesy- cwmmer. 370 RHAYADER.—To Let, a Furnished Cottage; low rent, bs weekly to careful tenant —Particulars apply Mrs Pritchard. Alma Cottage, Rhayader. 405 SOME GRASS LAND to Let for cattle on tack.— Taff Vale, South Wales Daily News Office, Cardiff. 57% STAN WELL-ROAD, Pcnarth, Villa Residences with early possion good condition every conveni- ence near utation.—Jenkins, Clarke, and Company, Cardiff. 1050 f |10 LET, 36, Mount Stuart-square and 19, Lower JL Cathedral-road.—For particulars apply W. J. °.!E_3-,JWer Cathedral-road, Cardiff. 2C6 A "J WESTBOURNE-PLACE to Let, opposite tI, Sophia Gardens gate, fresbly paperert and pftind throughout immediate possessiolJ.-Apply M. Cowbri<le-roa.d, Cardiff. 141 S A ft KING S-ROAD, Canton.—Convenient Villa JL TrO, to Let; low rent.—Apply 8, Working-street, Cardiff. 3b3 let. -business premises, &c. CARDIFF—St. Mary-street.—Spacious Business Premises suit drapery, provisions, ironmongery, tea trade, Ac. —Agents, Jenkins. Clarke, and Company, Philharmonic Chambers, Cardiff. 1050 d iLIV ETOVVN, near Pontypridd.—To Let, large 'J Shop and Promises, facing Parish-road, between Augustus and Arcller.streets.-For full particulars apply to Secretary, Cottage Company, Queen's Chambers. Car >iff; or to Mr J. Williams, Liveruool House, Clivetown, near Pontypridd. 6545 1.1BBW VALE.—Tobe Let, a convenient Shop, with n shop and show-room fixtures; suitable for a draper or milliner; best position in the town.—Apply M. D. Daniel, Confectioner, Ebbw Vale. 401 ARGE Warehouse to Let in Hope-street, Cardiff; i_J rent moderate.—Apply Reea and Company, Queen's Arcade. Cardiff. 352 L' ARGE Cool Cellar in Westgate-Btreet to Let; size, 67ft by 28ft suitable for bonded, beer, or cider stores—Apply F. S. Lock, Contractor, Tre-sillian- terrace, CardIff. 17 L' LANELLY.—To Let, House and Shop, adjoining JJLj Market Entrance and General Post-office; prin- cipal thoroughfare fittings provided.—Apply James Mathias, Cabinet Maker, Llaneily. t 290 FFICES TO LET over Davies's Cycle Depot, 57, Queen-street. JRare opportunity; tirsc floor, facing street. Rent £2. Side entrance. Up to now in the occupation of James and Morgan, Architects and Surveyors. Apply immediately. 7548 SPLENDID New Business Premises centre of thriving town of Pontypool grand ShoD about 40 by 20 by 12 feet high work room, 20 by 26 store, drawing, sitting, and bedroom gas, water; every con- venience for comfortable residence and large business lease ii required.-fr John Bevan, Pontypool. 375 ri^O CAPITALISTS and Others —To Let, as a going X concern, Hope Glass Works, Loughor, South Wales: a grand opening tor investors.—For parti- culars, apply to Mr Agar, on Premises. 389 MHO LET, all that well-known, old-established, full- X licensed, commodious, and accommodating X licensed, commodious, and accommodating Piemism, Bell Inn, Abersychan.—For particulars, apply U. Jacobs, Auctioneer & Valuer. Abersychan.163 REHARRIS — Business Premi-es 10 Let; suit any business —Apply D. Prosser, Treharris, ANTED, small Shop, suitable for Drapery, in good country or manufacturing district, where good opening.—Genuine, Daily News Office, Car- ditf. 373 businesses far DispasaL A GOOD BAKING Business to be disposed of.— Apply to W. H. Hill, No. 7, Allen-street, Mountain Asl^ 359 A RARE OPPORTUNITY.—To Let, in tho best position of Brynmawr, a Confectionery and Greengrocery business a rare chance for an energetic Greengrocery business a rare chance for an energetic coupie; stock a.nd fixtures very moderate.—Apply "Daily News" Agent, Brynmawr. 328 DRAPERY, Grocery, and Ironmongery Business for Disposal in a good agricultural district where, a 8uccessful trade has been carried on for tbe last 30 years. Immediate possession.—For particulars apply R. Salmon, Llansadwrn, Llanwrda. R.S.O. RAPERY and Grucery Business for disposal on I 9 valuation immediate possession lease would e grantell; beautiful country railway facilities gooa opening; post-office might be had also Bees in Barfiame Hives. — Apply Mr Morgan, Post-office, Llanfihangel, Talyllyn, Bwlch, R.S.O., Breconshire.167 CHEMISTS —An old-established Chemists 8 BU9ineS3 ro be Dl3posed of mcommg moderate proprietor retiring.—Chemist, "Daily News" Office, Cardiff. 86 WHOLESALE and Retail Business for Disposal in Shropshire; profits £ 8 per week. Price I in Shropshire; profits £8 per week. Price £150. including fixtures, <tc. satisfactory reason'.— Apply J 300, Daily News Office, Cardiff. roo Witvtks, vVr. MORRIS BROTHERS (oldest cycle firm In Wales) itJt give prompt attention to all Repairing, Plating, Enamelling, and accessories. Cheapest house in the trade. Bicycles from 35s Tricycles from 655; Safeties from 6 guineas. Full list and" Self. Propulsion sent post free for 8d, stamps. CAMBRIAN CYCLE WORKS, PONTYPRIDD. 4099 Jttatbíneru, JJ E C K E T T A N D SONS, LOCOMOTIVE ENGINE BUILDERS, | BRISTOL. LOCOIOTIVE JgNailfES ALWAYS IN STOCK READY FOR IMMEDIATE DELIVERY. Full particulars on application. 1031 FOR SALE, a Model Grasshopper Beam Engine, I, Sin. stroke, 2j bore also Horizontal Boiler, 4ft. long by I7in. also a 5ft. 6in. Lathe, iron bed. »lide rest, and back gear and a lot of Tinmen's Tools and Machinery —Apply J, G. Perry, Scale Maker, 7&, High- street, Swansea. 8432 TO S TEA M S HIP O w w E K s Requiring New ABINB B OILERS Of the Highest Claw and Power. Apply for Prices and Designs to G. K. STOT1¥EAT & CO., 68SS ENGINEERS, BRISTOL. OILERS.—Three 30ft x 7ft, three 28' x 7', and one 24' x 7' all for high- pressures and several Others, various.—Ratcliffe$ndj Sons, Hawarden Iron Works, Chester. Telegrams Ratcliffe Sons, Hawarden. Established 1S46. 8232 IT^NGINES.—Pair of Jb-ih ITauling; clutch gearing JLU and drum; pair of 1Un sand pair of 18", link- reversing and drums.—Ratclifie and Sons, Hawarden Iron Works, Chester. TraleMams: Ratcliffe Sons, Hawarden. Established lSWo. 8232 ON SALE. One Boiler, 3Qft?By 7ft, 5 Galloway tubes in each flue, for one Boiler. 30ft by 7ft for 551bs preMure, a bargain one Tank Loco- motive, q wheels, coupled, two Sin cylinders, 4ft 8in gauge one Boiler, 20ft by two tiues; one Hori. zontal Engine, 7in cylinder, 14in stroke, 5ft fly wheel one 12in Vertical Engine, heavy fly wheel, 5ft diame- ter. a bargain one 6in VerticSl Engine one Portable Engine, two 8J cylinders, ln stroke about 100 yaids good second-hand 6in cast-iron flanged pipes also 200 yards 4in. cast-iron flanged nipes. Turned shafting and pulleys, all sizes in st6cllf, cheap and ready for delivery.-Apply La-rencc- Scpwcroft, Bolton. 1123 !-jUMPs.-cameron. with double 6-in rams; and one I with 20 cylinders ancf 16" rams.—Ratcliffe and Sons, Hawarden Iron Works, Chester. Telegrams Ratcliffe Sons, Hawarden. Established 1846. 3232 ITlOR SALE, 1 30in by 4ft Winding Engine, with drum complete 1 24in by 20in vertical 1 pair Bin by 12in Winding do. 112in ditto 1 pair Vertical Tin Cameron Pumps 1 8J Portable Engine, and ■undry Boilers.—Apply The Engineers' Supply Depot, Swansea. 8337 1~pOR SALE, Double 9 Portable Engine, with or without Winding-gear ;• complete all perfectly l1ew.-Apply to the Ullkide Engineering Company, Newport, Mon. 39 "XTERTICAL BOILER for Sale, 11 feet high. 4 feet V 6 inches diameter in fair condition with all fittings.—Apply Shepton and Son, 15. Sandon-strcet. Carditt. 128 WANTED, good second-hand Winding Engine, on the Stevens or similar system. with two lOin, cylinrlers and one drum also Fowler's Clip PUIJèY.- Cocktmrn Bros,, I, S- Nicholas-buildings, Newcastle- 011-Tyne. 418 Magons anlr (SuUtern ilequxsites. flAILWA Y WAGON WORKS, East Moors XV Cardiff, builders of every Ilescription of Railway Wagons for cash or redemption hire. Second. hand wagons supplied at very low rates. Railway wagons repaired or purchased for casu, and let w tenants upon redemption hire_-Apply Antlrew and Baby, 3, Pearson-place, Cardiff 1102 KAILWAY WAGONS for Hire or Sale. Cash or Ileferred payments.-The )1idland Railway Car- riage all(1 Wagon Company, Limited, Midland Works. Birmingham. 1032 Horses, 3£íbe tDdt, (Carriages. A SPANIEL DOG for Sale 20 months old good /jL worker colour, red and white.—Apply William Lewis, Vrowin, Llanboidy. 335 BARGAIN (cash wanted).—Sets of Cob and Pony Harness (new), very cheap, brass and silver- mounted.—Deakin, Herbalist. High-st., Swansea. 8426 TJARGAINS.—Long Coal Cart, £ 5 strong Grocer's X) Trap, £ 6 Dog Cart. £ 6 Pony Trap, £ 5.— Fern Cottage, 3. Pearl-street, Roath, Cardiff. 363 FOR SALE. at J. Gover's Yard, Wharton-street, JL' Cardiff, new Spring Trolly, new Crank-axle Cart, three Spring Carts, lot Navvy Barrows. 173 VIS-A-VIS PHAETON, with seat at back, two shafts, for pony and cob nearly new cheap.-Rees. Merthyr Vale. 356 U R^N'SEY 'SC AR It IA <i EL AM PSi~10s~3d paiT; best value ever offered, Lamns repaired. Large stock new &; second-hand Lamps.—Works, Merchant-st. d "'ARRIAiiE LAMPS.—Inspection invited. Befit Vy selected Stock in the West.—C. E. Gurnsey's Carnage Lamp Works, Merchant-street, Broadmead, Bristol 8112 and TRAP (Greengrocer's) on Sale, 13 hands t high, four years.—Apply Jenkins, 31, Union- street, Ferndale. 232 USEFUL MARE, 5 years, Trap, and Harness for business purposes owner no furtber USlI.- Apply Foulkes, Canon-street. Aberdare. 319 WANTED. Coburg for cash; give Y description and condition.—Address D 60, Daily News," Office, Cardiff. 360 IJoxtltrg, igtun5, &x. JACOBINS.—Prize Birds for Sale. 8s per pair; sell for want- of accommodation.—Spencer, Alexandra- treet, Blandford. 296 for £ >ale.-Mi scdlaimws. FOR SALE, Mortar Mill, 7ft 6in pan.—Particulars JL' apply to Ponsford Bros., Newport. Mon. 2050 T3ATENT FUEL, made from house coal (230 bl cka I to ton), 12s at works; or by load, 14s 6d ton delivered.—Crown Works, Old Sea Lock. Cardiff- 7907 POTATOES POTATOES 1 !.— English Magnums, JL LIght and Red Soil. Writs for prices.—John Graham, Potato Merchant, Whitchurch, Salop. 401 SALE.—Bakers'and Confectioners' Troughs, Peels, Tins, and every other requisite, manufactured by U", G. S. TUNKS and Co., 7011 3. Mill-lane. Cardiff. 324 rpWELVE CARTES DE VISITE, 2s8d six, Is Bd. X two Cabinets, 2s 6d; six, 5s. Une ten inch panel 6s; two. 7s. Copied or enlarged from any portrait, however faded, sent with posta) order or stamps to Mr F. S. D. Phillips. Perfect copies and original re- turned free. — London Photographic Company, 304, Regent-street. London, W. 1150 JftisreUaneous "fcEants. WANTED, Names and Addresses of Welsh Mill- stone Quarries.—Bunclody Mills, Newtown- barry, County Wexford. Ireland. 343 WANTED, a strong Eng1ne, second hand. bod- r.ontal or vertical, Hin. by 13in.-Apply by letter with sketch, Jenkins, Thomas Town Brick Works, Merthyr. 221 WANTED, offers of English Timber, standing or felled.—Send particulars to PONSFORD BROS., 2050 Clarence Wharf Saw Mills, Newport. Mon. iWiscellatteaus. FURNISH Oil our New Hire System. Houses or Apartments completely furnished on a new sys- tem adopted solely by us, whereby all publicity, exposure, aud enquiries usually made by other com- panies are dipensed witlI. We have an immense stock 01 Household Furniture of cheap and iluperior quality. All goods gold on the Hire System at ready- money prices. We make no extra charge for credit) and all goods sent home in a private van freR of charge. No stamp or agreement charges made no bill of sale everything private. Arrangements completed without delay. anil, being manufacturers, we guarantee quality, and willllndertake to supply furniture, etc. at 10 uer cent. less than any price-list 18!!ueJ by any firm in pardift Eleyen showrooms. Call and inpect our immense stock, and compare prices before purchasing elsewhere. We will supply fit) worth for 2s 6d weekly E10 worth, 4s weekly S15 worth for os weekly B20 worth 68 weekly, and so on in proportion. Special term* for larger quantities. Please note the Address SOUTH WALES FURNISHING COMPANY, 31, Ca.stle-st. (opposite the Castle), Cardiff. 12783—1105—23 A STROLOGY.—Love, Marriage. Success, Is 7d j'TL Future Prospects, Is Id Three Years' Events, 2s It-Send sex, birthtime, "Signor Dasmail, Con. naught-road, Walthamstow." 253 ASTROLOGY.—What is before VOU ? Send time of birth, stamped addressed envelope, and postal order Is to J. Wilson, Wilton-road, London S.W. 970 BILLIARDS or Bagatelle I All those requiring JL) new or second-hand tables, requisites, or hiHiard work done, should, before going elsewhere, send for price lists, to Heunig Bros., 29, High-st, London, W.C 1378¿ 6464 BIRMINGHAM GOODS, Jewellery, Watches, Hardware immense variety agents wanted. Wholesale book, 300 illustrations, free.—H-nry May 1292), Birmingham, 80 CHURNS, Cheese Presses, Butter Workers, Milk Cans, Seed Drills, Horse Hoss, Ploughs, Harrows Lawn Mowers, Rollers, Garden Saats, etc. Seeds, Manures, and Implements of every dscrjption.- Ilibbert and Sons. Casrle-street, Cardiff. 13611—3750 C^ORNS, WARTS,—Why Suffer when you can get a j Certain Cure post free seven stamps.—Morris, Post-office, Ogmore Vale. 333 DEPARTED FRIENDS. — Photographs enlarged in crayon, life size, 5s 6d, free. Agents) wanted terms, stamp —Royle, Artist, Salisbury-street, Higher Broughton, Manchester. 162 JEWELLERY, Watches. Watch Materials, Hard- ware, Toys, Musical Instruments, Pipes whole- sale list post free.—Wright, St. Luke's-road, Birmingham. 297 MARRIED LADY has a most valuable harmless, never-failing Preparation for LaJies.-Stamped envelope for particulars, Madame Dasmail, 2, Con- naught-road, Walthamstow. 254 MARRIAGE, particulars, birthtime required, Is l' details, 2s 6d character from handwriting, 7d all carefully written.—King, 7, Argo-road, Waterloo, Liverpool. 415 ERVOUS DEBliJTY.—Gratis, a Medical Work J3I showing sufferers how they may be cured without theaidof Quaeks. Free on aeceipt of a postage stamp.— Address Secretary, Institute Qf Anatomy, Birmingham. 785 LADIES.—Hair Combings, however entangled, X made up; Old Plants re-made, and colour re- stored parcels by post promptly attended to.—W. Whlley, Hairdresser, Penarth. 971 fJIOBACCONISTS Commencing.—Write for Illus- X trated Guide (229 pagws), 3 stamps.—Tobacconists' Outfitting Co. (Registered), 11, Beech-street, London, E.C 452 AAA HANDBILlii,j7s 1,000 Cards. Billheads jVVU (twosizes),or.Memorandurns(CreamLaid, ruled paper), 5s; cash.—Dyer, Machine Printer, lridglId. 1 271 e iito|xe!j. rj^HE HOLBORN ADVANCE BANK, 4, FEATHERSTONE BUILDINGS, HOLBORN,' LONDON. The Bank is desirous Advancing Money to respectable Tradesmen, Professional Gentlemen, and Householders generally, iR sums from £10 to £1,000, without usual Office Routipf and Bills of Sale, and on Note of Hand only, at reasonable rate of interest. All applications attended to immediately. The advantages offered to Country Customers are :— 1st.—No fees for prospectuses or enquiry fee9 of any sort. 2nd.—No train fare aske4 for, and applicant not ■ charged anything unlesB business done. 3rd.—Strictest privacy guaranteed in writing if required. t, a. For full information apptyA* 8400-873 MANAGER. HOLBQUW ADVANCE BANK. 41 PER CENT.—Small and1 large amounts on good 2 Leasehold Securities.—Jenkins, Philharmonic 'Chambers, Cardifl. 1050 MONEY LENT, without bill of sale.—A private gentleman is desirous of making Advances, upon promi3sory notes alone, to farmers, cow-keepers, publicans, &c without sureties, and strictly private. Write James Thome, Cowbridge. 822-8210 MONEY Lent Privately, on note of hand, to House .ITJL holders, Farmers, &c., on their own security advances made the same day as applied for.-A¡Jply S. Thompson, Market-buildings, Pontypridd. B11(¡- MONEY LNT, in strict confidence, from £ 10 to £ 100, without delay, to respectable House- holders, Farmers, and other. Not a Loan Office.- Apply to Ir Jamos Probert, Cardiff-road, Caerphilly. 751—6C63 A GENTLEMAN, retired from business, and having cash at his disposal, i. open to make tmporary Cash Aùvances from £ 1.0 W £ 500, in conti. dence, to respectable Householders, FrmHr, and others who wish to avoill the usual unpleasantness and routine of a Loan Office no sureties asked for, and habitual borrowers need not applY.4>uly by letter only to Wro. Andrews, 44, Lower Monk-street, Abergavenny. 5996 MONEY LENT Without Bil t Sale w Farmers .If.L Householders, &&, in Sl1ms from £ 10 w £ 1,000, at Ii few hours' notice, upon their own security alone Moderate charges and easy repayments. No law costs. -Apply Thos. Roberts, 14, Coity-street, Bridgend. 4615 MONEY LENT ON NOTE OF HAND Privately by CHARLES H WHEATLEY, Esq. from £ 10 to £ 5,000. 34, Great Russell-street, Bloomsbury, and 27, Blooms- bury-street, New Oxford-street, London. ADVANCES MADE WITHOUT SURETIES OR DELAY, in town or country, upon note of hand alone, and to assist persons into business, upon mortgage of furniture, leases, machinery, farming stock, crops, shares, jewels, plate, plant, and stock, without ra- moval also upon life policies and deeds at 5 per cent. STRICT SECRECY OBSERVED. N.B.-o enuine application ever ref:1sell All communications strictly private. Prospect:lSes giving every information, showmg all the:\<I vantages ottered, post free. Having a.lare surph18 capital at command, aJI advances are granted cheaper than at any other es- tablishment in London,: from one to fifteen years. N .B.—If desired, 1\11' Wheatley willatteml personally at applicant's residence witll cash, and carry out the advance. 5723 MONEY LENT WITHOUT BILl, OF SALE.-A l' private gentleman is desirous of making advances upon promissory note alone. at 5 per cent. Interest, to male or female, without sureties, and strictly private, for any term not esceerling 10 years.- Apply for prospectus and scale of repayments to G. H. Shove. Esq., 21, John-st., Adelphi, London, W.C. 6913 i* tr TO £ 100 LENT WITHOLT DELAYTO EVERY CLASS OF HOUSEHOLDER. No Bonds Required. NO INQUIRY FEES. All Bmine88 Letters and Interviews treated fn STRICTEST CONFIDENCE. Apply, by letter only. Mr J. J. JONE, 11, High-street, 6462 Pontypool. MONEY CONFIDENTIALLY ADVANCED FROM £ 10 to £ 200, without delay or loan otlice routine special terms to shopkeepers and farmers no bill of sale required n" charges of any descriptiOIt unless bU8ines is completed.-Apply Ir S. W. Timms." 29, Bip;h-strecL. Chepstow. 5533 TO BORROWERS.—Apply direct to J.Blaiberg,No.3, Bute-terrace, Ca.rdifI, w Ilo advances Luge or small amounts to hou3eholder;; and others without delay, fees. sureties, or publicity No bona title application refused. 6868 MONEY ADVANCED PRIVATELY and without Publicity.— £ 5 to £ 500 lent to respectable house- holders, witllout delay or lol oflico routine. Letters or personal calls treated in STllCT CONFIDENCE or wil] attend personally at any addross upon receipt of letter.—Mr B. H. LSTR, 15, Bridge-street, Newport (a. private house). 1100 t 000 Ready to be Advanced on ood 9 Freehold or Lea.eho1d Property, in sums of £ 100 to £ 10,000 also on good personal secu- rity, reversions, annuities, ifcc., &c.-Megg¡;¡ Hern Financial Agents, 72, st. Mary-street, Cardiff. 1049 ^"1ASH ADVANCED by a private Gentleman in gums \_y of £ 10 and upwards, 011 Note of Hand onry con- venient repayment3 arranged no enquiry fce-, and matters promptly attended to.—Apply by letter, Thos. Edwards, Esq., 4, Brecon-road, Abergavenny. 6096 LOANS.— £ 5 to £ 500 immediately advanced to respectable Householders (male or female) upon their own security, in town or COUll try. No iuquiry fees. Distance no object. Existing Loans Paid out, Trade Bills Discolmted-Apply personally or by letter to Secretary, The Equitable Advance Bank, 4, Working- Btreet, Cardiff, opposite St, John's Church. 64.1116 SOUTH WALES Financial Corporation (Limited) — Cash Advances made upon gonod Approved Secu- rities re-payable by instalments or otherwise.- Philharmonic Chambers, Cardiff. John Jenkins, A.C.A. Secretary. 5282 1! ONKTARY ADVANCE COMPANY .n 22. TlUN1:TY-STREET, CARDIFF. If you want to Start in llllinesg, If you want tn Increase your Stock, If you want to Furnish your House, If you want to Pay your Debts, or any matter, however urgent, you can be accommo- dated withouL delay by applyin/l; to this old-established offiœ. No charges made where no business done. Borrowers own sec11rity sufficient. Instalments to wed borrower's conveniencc.-Apply 1]1113 1.. JOSEPH, 22, TRINITY-STREET, CARDIFF. MONEY LENT PRIVATELY AT A FEW ..l'- HOURS' NOTICE. A Gentleman having a largo amount of Capital is willing to ant advances, npon note of hanfl alone, for any term not exceeding 15 years, nom £ 15 to £ 1,000, at 5 per cent., to Clergymen, Farmers, Hotel Proprietors, Lodging-house Keepers, Tradesmen or to any responsible Person, Male or Female, ill Town or Country. Wiihmit loan office, torrnalitiu or bill 01 sale. Distance no object, and so long as the interest is paid the capital can remain. No genuine application reo fused. All communications are treated strictly private. -Apply to the actual Lender, II. Harrison, Esq., 87, Yors-road, Westminster Bridge-road. Lo¡¡don. 1115 liONEY LENT ON NOTE OF HAND ALONE, IT- IN SUMS FROM £ 20 TO £ 4,000. 1'HE NATIONAL MERCANTILE BANK, BALDWIN.STRET, BRISTOL. The Directors of this well-known, old-established Bank are prepared to offer exceptional a.ùvantagC8 to all respectable and trustworthy persons who are in need of temporary assistance. Cash is advanced at a Day's Notice, ill any part of town or country, without sureties, repayable by ell.91 instalments or In one sum, and 011 THE WRITTEN PROMISE TO RE-PAY. Among the advantages offered by tile Bank, the following deserve attention ;— THE DESPATCH WITH WIlICn LOANS ARE COMPLETED. THE LOW RAAE OF INTEREST CHARGED. Tm WRITTEN GUARANTEE OF :TRICTE3T PRIV A CY. THE SYSTEM OF SMALL REPAYMENTS EX. TENDING OVER A PERIOD OF TIME CON- VENIENT TO THE BORROWER. THE ABSENCE OF ALL LA W OOST8 AND FEES. N.R-No Bills of Rale are taken, and the transac- tions are not published in any newspaper or gazette MORTGAGE D"PARTMENT. Advances also made on mortgage or deposit of deeds of property, shares, scrip, policies, and reversions at b PER CENT. INTEREST. For further particuhrs apply, stating amount required, to- 207 6869 Mr T. C. MILBURN. General Manager MONEY LENT ON NOTE OF HAND AT SHORT NOTIC1<, BY A PRIVATE GENTLEMAN, From £ 10 to £ 1,000, at 5 per cent. Why apply to Professional Money Lenders, so-called Companies or Banks. when any re3ponsible applicant can obtain an arlvance Privately without Sureties and the usual formalities of a Loan Office ? For the Benefit of BorrCiwas I am prepared to grant advances from one to ten yearl1 in any part of England or Wales, to male or female (<liatanc\J no object>, and if desIred the Interest can be paid quarterly, or half-yearly, or as 111..1.1 be arranged, therefore the applicant gets the full benefit of cash aliva.need.-Apply in confidence to th6 actual lender. H. HUNTER, lq. 1.50, Westminster Bridge-road, I.ondon. S.E. 13664 2852 ¡u- ONEY.-If you want an advance of Cash, from £ 20 to £ 2,000, apply to the IMPERIAL DE- OIT UANK, 18, Adam-street, 8trand, I..ondon, for a Prospectus, which will show you at a glauco tl1Q exact amount you will have w repay. Tue transaction IS STRICTLY PRlV ATE, the only security required by the Bank being the BORROWER'S OWN NOTE OF HAND. Advances are made throughout the UNITED KING. DOM to 1.1I classes, and distance is no objection. 13806-6795 ARTHUR SEDGWICK, manager. THE £ jATTYBR00K JgRICIC CO., LTD, JJRISTOL. OFFICES :-BALD WIN-STREET. (EBNEST E. STRHET, C.E. Managing Director.) DARK RED TERRA COTTA, LIGHT RED TERRA COTTA, BUFF TERRA COTTA. RED FACING BRICKS. BUFF FACING BRICKS. BLUE FACING BRICKS. BLUE VITRIFIED GOODS FOR STABLES, STREET PA VING, PLAT. FORIS, nd WALL COPINGS. PRESSED AND COMMON BRINDLE BRICKS for Hydraulic and Engineer- Ing Works. 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If taken accordinft to the direc. tions given with each box. they will soon restore- females of all ages to sound and robust health. This bas been proved by thousands who have tried them. and found the benetlts which are ensured by their use. For a weak stomach, impaired digestion, and all disorders of the Liver, they act like MJ.OIC, and a few doses will be found W work wonders upon the 1n000t important orns in the human machine. They strenthen the whole muscular system,restore the lon. lost complexion, bring back the keen edge of appetite, and arouse into action, with the ROSE-BUD of health, the whole physical energy of the human frame. These are FACTS testified continually by members of all classes of society, and one of the best guarantees to the Nenous and Debilitated is Beecham's Pills have the largest ale of any patent medicine in the world. Prepared only, anti Bold Wholesale and Retail, by the Proprietor, THOMAS BEECHAM, St Helen's, Lancashire, in Boxes Is lid and 2s 9d each. Sold by all Druggists and Patent Medicine Dealers everywhere.585 N. £ .—Full directions are given with each box. 4164 TUg GREAT BLOOD PUR1FIKK THOMPSON'S BURDOCK PILLS over- comethe wors. forms of diseases, and state of theblood, soomach liver, and kidneys'; theÝ.JtQ to he core of every disease, where Doothsr medicine's have power to reacb. The GREAT BLOOD PURIFIER cures the following complaints ;-Indigastion, or wind In the IItomaca or bowels J1;iddiness in the head, åÍll1nessoi sight weateor sore eyes, loss of memory, palpitation of the heart, liver and bilious,obstructions, asthma, or tightnegs chest rheumatics, lumbago, piles, gravel, pains' in5«ip\ i back, scuny, bad legs bad breast, sore. throM, sore:- heads ana sores of all àescripions btirns, wounds,'or white swellings, scrofula, or kings' evil,, gatheringK tumourø or canœrs, pimples or blotches on the iacg and4 bedy, swelled feet; 'or le, scabs a..nd,itci:J erysipekti jaundice, and dropsy, ana fevers of all kinds In boxes at lid andj2sA9d) eaobtKSoldiby £ mo35> Chemists,towfrom'theiBwdbc#FlU*M»nufwrory, 44 ';1 ■ 1001' <& Iteration. CARDIFF. DR. JOSEPH PARRY LECTURER on MUSIC at CARDIFF ¡ UNIVERSITY COLLEGE, begs to inform his Pupils and the Public that ho resumes duties at BEETHOVEN CHAMBERS 2 I NEWPORT-ROAD, CARDIFF; also at CARTREF* 23, PLYMOUTH-ROAD, PENAUTlt and at the COLLEGE on MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 30th, 1889. I Particulars on application. } COLLEGE MUSIC CLASSES. < HARMONY. Elementary, Mondays, 2.30 -£1 Is per annum. Intermediate, Tuesdays, 3.20.. Advanced, Mondays, 7 COUNTERPOINT. Thursdays, 3.30 M MUSICAL FORM. Thursdays, 2.50 ( THEORY AND SIGHT SINGINO. Mondays, 8 — — 15s per annum. 1134 DANCING, PHYSICAL EXERCISES, JL' ETC.—Tho Misses EVANS will RESUME CLASSES in OCTOBER in Cardiff, Penarth, Newport, etc. Private Lessons. Articled Pupil required.— j Medellin House, Fitzalan-olace, Cardiff. 855 DRAWING. ROOM DANCING AND PHYSICAL EXERCISES. | Madame GAULTIER (of Cheltenham) Will RESUME HER CLASS at the PARK-HALL, CARDIFF, on OCT. 8th. Private Lessons by Appoint- ment. Madame Gauitier is now teaching a new Round Dance, The Choroliatha (by permission oi Com- poser). 8329 Address-Normandie House, Cambray, Cheltenham. -4 COWBRIDGE. GREAT HOUSE SCHOOL FOR GIRLS. PRINCIPALS Mrs and the Misses CULVERWELL. Thorough preparation for Cambridge, Oxford, Royal Academy of Music, and Trinity College examinations. Special attention is given to comfort, refinement, and physical well-being. Terms moderate Fees from entrance. 1024 7833 t BRECON. CHRIST COGE, BRECON, CnAIRMAN OF THE GOVERNING BODY. THE LORD BISHOP OF !-iT. DAVIDS. nEAD-MASTER— ItEV. D. LEWIS LLOYD. M.A., Formerly Head-Master of Friar's School, Bangor. There are SEVEN ASSISTANT-MASTERS, all Graduates in HIgh Honours at either Oxford or Cam- ridge. TbeCoIIege Is beautifully situated in its own grounds on the banks of the Usk. aaid consists of Head-Master's House, with a tine Chapel, JLarge Schoolroom, Library. Six Class-rooms, Chemical Laboratory, and Private Studies, &:c., and near the main buiJdins are two Assistant-Masters' Houses and a Hostel, which is to be opened in September. There is a large and well-laid Cricket and Football Field close to the Buildings, and a Gymnasium. The spot is famous for its healthiness and for the beauty of its surroundings, and the Buildings are unrivalled in the Principality. The following is the List of Honours and Distinctions won by Pupils of the College since its resuscitation, ten years ago, under the present Head-Master:— 41 Scholarships and Exhibitions; of these 15 are Classical Scholarships 01 £00 a year. 8 First Classes. 20 Second Classes. 16 Third Classes. One Indian Civil Service (the only one from Wales). One Admission into Woolwich (tbe only one from Wales). Soveral Admissions into Sandhurst and Army. 74 Higher Certificates from tho Oxford and Cam. bridge choob Examination Board. Several London University Matriculations. Numerous Passes for Law, Medical Preliminary Examinations, and for Engineering and Commercial Pursuits (Banking, Ac.). Daring the last 18 months Nine Scholarships and Exhibitions have beell ained, of which Five are Classical Scholarships of S80 a year One Science, the Powys Exhibition, Middlesex Hospital (SIOO). &c. For terms and Fuller Particulars apply to the Head Master. 6983 SWANSEA. DANCING, CALIST HENICS, SPANISH, and PHYSICAL EXERCISES, GEDNEY HOUSE, ST. HELENS-HOAD. Miss CRAVEN will RESUME her CLASSES at her Residence OCTOBER 5th. Classes also held at Neath. Llanally, and tha Mumbles. Private lessons in the Valse," Minuet, Scotch Reels, &c. Miss Craven will also introduce The Chorolistha, a new round dance brought out in London this season for the first time. Evening practice class. Physical tramina;, especia.liy adapted for delicate children. Subscription dances at the Minor Hall" as usual. 8090 NEATH. "jVTEATIl. —PROPRIETARY SCHOOL. Centre for Cambridge Locals. Matriculation Class. Archdeacon of Llan daft'. Chairman cf Governors. 1118 J HEREFORD. EREFORD LADIES' COLLEGE' -H-tL COMPANY, LIMITED. (which combines the edclLinoladva.ntae,s- of a High School with the comfortaahd triiiiing of a Home). LADY PRINCIPAL: Miss CUST, assisted by an Able. Si.aff of Resident English and French Teachers ami Visiting Masters. Pupils prepared for the Oxford and Cambridge, Local, College of Preceptor-, and other examinations. The Domestic Arrangemants are under theilIlmediate superviion of the Lady Principal, and ale calculatelt to promote the health and comfort of the pupils. Terms for boarders under 12 years of age, 25 guineas per annum; ditto above 12 years of age, 30 gumeas per annum. Further information and prospectuses may be ob- tained from the Lady Principal, Herefonl or from the Secretary, Mr Maddison, Ledbury. J 10S7 GELLIGAER. Q. E L L I G Alii R, CARDIFF. ^LEWIS'S ENDOWED SCHOOL. Chairman of Governors: CHAS. H. JAMES, Esq., Merthyr. Head Master ROGER W. JONES, B.A. (Lond.), Teachers' Diploma. Assistant Masters J. T. MILLKTT, B.Sc. W1\I. PRICE, London University. Mathematical Master, D. J. Evans. 1st B.Sc. FEKH-Tnition, Boys under 13, S2 a year. Tuition, Boys over 13, £ 3 a yeur. Boarding, £ 25 a year. Boys prepared for Matriculation and Preliminary Professional Examinations. Special Scientific and Commercial cour-es. All beys iearn Shorthand, Chemical and Physical Laboratory, Gymnasium, Cricket, Five Courts, &:c. Next Quaiter begins on Tuesday, 15;b October. For Prospectus, &c., apply to the Head Master as above. 8346 PONTYPRIDD. P°.NTYPRIDD AOADEMY,20A., Morgan- JL st. K DUNMOR EDWARDS, M.A., MASTER. Pupils specially prepared at a moderate cost for Com- mercial Pursuits, Colleges, London University Matricu- lation, Preliminary Law, Medical and Pharmaceutical Examinations, &c. NEXT TERM commences TUESDAY, Oct. 1st, 1889. 8187 IjJttliluaiiflns. WEATHER AND GENERAL PREDICTIONS. HOROSCOPES, RE-APPKARANCE of the STAR OF BETHLEHEM. FORTUNATE DAYS, Ac. Zadkiel exactly foretold the illness of the Duke of Edinburgh, the Dervish Invasion of Egypt. &c. LONDON: COUSINS and CO., 6, Helmet-court, Strand. Price 6(1. To the Young men of England who suffer from Nervous Debility. Just Published, THE CONFESSIONS AND EXPERI- JL ENCE OF AN INVALID, Desied as a Warning and a Caution to others sup. plying at the same time the means of SELF-CURE, by one who has cured himself, after undergoing the usual amount of Msdical Imposition and Quackery. Single Copies may be had (post free) by sending a stamped addressed envelope to the author, ARTHUR D1 X ON. HOUNSI.OW. near LONOON 13841 7322 J^URNITURE VANS, FURNITURE VANS, JPURNITURE VANS. THE SOUTH WALES DEPOSITORY, GREAT WESTERN CO.'S GOODS STATION, DAVIS STREET, NEWTOWN, CARDIFF. FURNITURE, PIANOS, PICTURES, GLASS, &c„ WAREHOUSED OR REMOVED FROM HOUSE TO HOUSE. TOWN OR COUNTRY, J3y Road, Rail, or Sea. Vans of All Sizes. Moderate Charges. Estimates Free. 6877 ALFRED EMBRY, PROPRIETOR. OCKYER'S SULPHUR HAIR RESTORER OCKYER'S SULPHUR HAIR JLJ RESTORER THE SUREST. THE SAFEST. THE BEST. THE CHEAPEST. L OCKYER'S SULPHUR HAIR RESTORER produces a perfectly natural colour The gradual change is certain, and for removing scurf, beautifying aud cleansing the hair, causing it to grow wherever thin, Lockyer"s is unrivalled.—Large bottles, Is 6d. Sold everywhere. DELLAR'S CORN PLASTERS.—Boxea Is lid and 2s 9d each. The Corn Plasters are a. certain cure for hard or soft corns, they completely dry up and eradicate painful corns; the Bunion Plasters a proved remedy for bunion and enlarged toe joints. Sold by all chemists. Be careful Dellar's Plasters are supplied. t) ESPLENDENTIVORY LIKE TEETH.—To make sure of these, CRACROFI S ARECA NUT TOOTH PA.6T,&Í8 necessary. It dislodges tartar, thoroughly polishes, the enamel, perfectly cleanses the teeth, hardens the gums, IS astringent, aromatic, and doliclousin flavour. Cracroft 3 Paste ensures a fine set of teeth. Sold everywhere. Pots Is each, DEAFNESS, Noises in the Ears, etc.— Dellar's ESSENCE FOR DEAFNESS has proved au extraordinary remedy. It always relieves, generally cures, and ill strongly recomened by thousands wo have derived benefit. It is quite harmless.—Sold in 2s Hd and 2s 9d each, by all Chemists. QULPHOLINE SOAP is a delicately IO refined, chemically pure soap, intended for general use, but specially by those endowed with .sensitive skins. For washing at all times, and bringing the skin to a soft, pliable, healthy condition, Sui. pholine Soap' holds the first place. Itsodour is very ^pleasant, fuici the goap< la n<)t expedite. ^Tablets, 6d 1063 gripping floliztz. 4 ARDIFF AND BORDEAUX: The CARDIFF STEAMSHIP R CO:\IPANY'S HUST. CJ.AS:S SCREW;' FIRST CLASS SCREW SIKAMEBS will sail as follows:- DORDOGNE_ _Cardiff for Bordeaux _u.Oet,. GIRONDE Bordeauxfor Cardiff.Oct. a With eoods an(1 pa9seners. Fcr Races of freight, Ac., apply to Messrs JIIO. Whit- bam and Sons, Agents, 2, Rue Lafayette Bordeall8: and at the Oflices of the Conmany, ol, Mount stuart* tquare, Cardiff. IJJI 9481 HOOPER. CAMPBELL & CO.. Managers. A ME U 10 AN LINE. £ f[j £ r-}\ L-»•- UNITED STATES MAPf, LIVERPOOL TO PlIILA DELPHIA EVERY WEDNESDAY. Pasiengers and goods landed at Philadelphia on tha Wharf of the Pennsylvania Railroad. The shortest and best route to the West. For further particulars apply to RICHARDSON. SPENCE, & CO., 19 and 22, Water.street, Liverpool. C. J. CUDLIPP, Cattle road. Cardiff JoNEa BltO. and Co., Bute Docks, Cardilf, and at Dock, street, Newport S. J. DAVIES, 9, Edward-plaoa Cardiff; TILNET and Co., Abertillery; .1. MORQAW Post OHice Pontypool J. THOMAS, Tredegar; W*. l. H. AUSTIN, Neath-road, Landore; A. DAVIBS 21. Meckan-sticet, Pontlottyn ELIZABETH DATLS, 88 Pontmorlais. Merthyr AUSTIN It si i.cociiS, Swansea JAM us RORERTS, South Wales Emigration Offico Pontypridd; A. H. THOMAS, Church-street, Blaina and W. H. llITCIIINGS, Agent. Aberkenfig 1016 T IVERTOOL ANB BIRKENHEAD. F REGULAR STEAM COMMUNICATOR J he First Class full-powered Steamships of the SollUt J naies and Liverpool Steamship Company, Limited "PROSPKRO." "LLANEILY," ORPHEUS," NIG HL," 1 T ."I'1 are intended to sail as under :— L LIVERPOOL <fc CARDIFF <fc NEWPORT (MON.K From LIVERPOOL j From CARDIFF (East Side, N olsoll Dock). (Liverpool Wharf, W. Dock; 8ATURDAY WEDNESDAY. TUESDAY & FRIDAY.* From ewport day later. LIVERPOOL Ai D LLANELLY. From LIVERPOOL I From LLANELLY (West Side, Trafalgar Dk). (New and Neville Docks), WEDNESDAY & SATURDAY. | WEDNESDAY & SATURDAY. Favourable rates to Merthyr, Carmaithen, Burry Port, and inland towns. Apply to the Company. Post Office Chambers, Llanelly and to Robert Gilchrist & Co., 21, Water-street, Liverpool Liverpool Wharf, Newport (Mon.) and Consulate Chambers, 53, Bute. road. Caidiff. Through rates quoted, and passengers booked United States, Mediterranean, Havre, Rouen. &c. Goods are only carried as per conditions endorsed on Company's sailing bills. "If inducement offers. 1187 IN MAN LINE ROYAL MAIL STEAMERS. J*- INMAN & INTERNATIONAL STEAMSHIP CO.. LTD LIVERPOOL to NEW YORK every WEDNESDAY. Callin at Queenstown eyory Thursday. Apply to RICHARDSON, SPENCE, CO., 22, Water-sweet, Liverpool or to S. J. Davies, 9, Edward's-placc;, Queen-st, Cardiff, T. C. Howe and Co., Steamship Brokers, Cardiff C. J. Cudlipp, Castle-road, Cardiff Will. Edwards. Hill Side House. Caerphilly; C. H. Perkins, 17, Somerset-place, Swansea J Mor. gan, 9. St. George-street, Swansea; Austin & Sil. cock's, Swansea; T. H. Austin, Neath-road, Landore} D. S. Thomas, British School, Llandovery; Josiab Davies, Great Western House, Llanelly H. Lewis. Old Market-street. Neath J. Roberts. Pontypridd. 3863 TIIE- NEW ZEALAND AND AUSTRALIA, -Ll VIA TENERIFFE, CAPE TOWN, & HOB ART. SHORTEST TROPICAL PASSAGE. ROYAL MAIL SERVICE, Under Contract with the Government of New Zealand. THE NEW ZEALAND SHIPPING COMPANY (LIMITED), will despatch their Magnificent Full-powered Steamers, TONGARIRO. 4,163 tons, from LONDON. Oct. M AORAN'GI, 4,163 tons, from LONDON Nov. M I.eaving Plymouth two days later. ■ Cheap return tickets. Best accommodation for all classes, and superior deck State-rooms. Full information to be obtained of the Company's Agents. TYSER & CO., 138, Leadenhall-street, London, EC. 3760 DOMINION LINE ROYAL MAIL ■STEAMERS.—S.S. SARNIA. OREGON^nd VAN. COUVER have saloons and staterooms amidships. SHORTEST ROUTE to CANADA and WESTERN STATES. Lowest inland fares. Free farms of 60 acres of fertile land. SAILING from LIVERPOOL WEEKLY, and from BRISTOL FORTNIGHTLY. The steamers of this line are replete with every modern comfort. Cabin Fares from 10 to 15 guineas; 2nd Cabin, £ 8 Intermediate. b guineas Steerage, £ 4. Apply to Flinn, Main, and Montgomery. Liver. pool and Bristol S. J. Davies. 9. Edward-place, Crockherbtowu Charles Elms, 18. Mountstuart-«qu;ire.. Bute Docks. Cardiff; or to James Roberts, Emigra- tion Agent, Pontypridd. 10% A MERICA, 70S CANADA L 8Cs SOUTH AFRICA. £ 12 12s JTAUSTRALIA, £ 14 14i and LOWEST fares quoted to NEW ZEALAND, Tas- mania, Patagonia, &c. Agent for P. and O. Co., Onent Line. and all Royal Mail Lines to any part of the world. Write in WELSH or ENGLISH for informa- tion to "Cymro, Roberts Graig Post. Office (close to Taff Vale Railway Station). Pontypridd. Send stamped envelope for reply-Anvonwch at y Cymra, Life Saving Collars supplied. 1117 IBttiliiing nddî2S. CARDIFF BUILDING SOCIETV (ESTABLISHED 1865). TO BORH.O\VERS. The'Rate of Interest Charged to Borrowers 1:1 REDUCED TO 5 PER CENT. TO INVESTORS. Offico Open Daily for the Receipt of Shares antf Deposits, both Repayable on Demand or Short Notice. For Farther Information apply to PETER PRICE. Secretary. Head Office: 21, High-street. Caidiff. 7230 MILE MONMOUTHSHIRE AND JL so UTH WALES PERMANENT BENEFIT BUILDING SOCIETY, H. J. PARNALL. Esq., J.P., Chairman. RESEIWE & CONTINGENT FUNDS :-£6,934 12s. ADVANCES On Freehold or Leasehold Securities. Easy Repayments. INVESTING OR PAID-UP SHARES (interest 5 pet cent. yearly and bonus). DEPOSITS may be made daily, interest payable half, yearly at 4 per cent. Short notice of withurawals. F. J. HEYBYRNE, Secretary. 173. COMMERCIAL-STREET, NEWPORT. 7772 SOUTH WALES MERCANTILE BUILDING SOCIETY, Philharmonic Chambers, CarditI.-The Directors are prepared to make Advances on Leasehold aud Freehold Securities. Interest reduced half per cent. on Old and New Advances. — John Jen. kins. A.C. A.. :i6cretary. 1045 THE MERTHYR AND DOWLAIS JL BUILDING SOCIETY. — Offices, Glebeland House, Merthyr TydfiL—Established 1872. Incorporated 1874.—Liberal Advances ( £ 100 to £ 10,000).—Easy Re- payments in 3 to 17 years. Favourable Redemption l'erms-Utmost Secrecy-Loan;¡ on Buildings iu pro- gress—No Management Charges. DISTRICT AGENTS Cardilf and Penarth. Mr J. Holioway, 12, Queen's Chambers. Cardiff: Cadoxton and BarlY. Mr Lewis Lewis, Quarreita.street. Cadox- ton: Abertillery and District, Mr W. B. Harrison, Abertillery; Newport and District, Mr H. A. Goodman, Architect, Newport; Swansea, Mr II. C. Higman, 10L Oxford-street, Swansea Pontypridd a1m Rhondda, Mr II. Porcher, Pontypridd; Carmarthenshire, Mr Isaac Phillips, Burry Port, R.S.O; Tredegar and Ebbw Vale, Mr J. D. Thomas, Aeron Villa, Rhymney. 1068 Mr PETER WILLIAMS. Secretary. JG L B C T R 10 LI G H T I N G! J. C. HOWELL, ELECTRIC LIGHT ENGINEER, LLANELLY. Contractor for the Supply and Fitting-up of ELECTRIC LIGHT APPARATUS OF EVERT DESCRIPTION. __i Sole Agent for South Wales for CROMPTON & CO., LIM. LONDON AND; CHELMSFORD, Incandescent and Arc Light Installations for Collleri Factories, Ships, Houses, &e. ESTIMATES ON APPLICATION. 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