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Easiness ^fcSresses. A BEVAN. AND COMPANY, .1'rUE CARDIFF JjWRNISHERS," g J JJUKE STREET, m gT. iy/ £ A R Y gTREET Q ARDIPF. -r,, J T ARGEST SELECTION Of JJOUSEHOLD J1URNITURE IN THE PRINCIPALITY. JJESPERATELY LOW PRICES; FULLY TWENTY-FIVE PER CENT. UNDER THOSE OF ANY OTHER HOUSE. i No stronger proof can be given of the popularity of this Firm than the rapid t and continual increase of their business, 1 In order to meet the great development of their trade they have just provided ( stabling for TEN ADDITIONAL HORSES v and extra vans, so that in future goods will generally be delivered to greater distances by road than hitherto, including Newport, Barry, Cowbridge, Bridgsnd, Rhondda, Aberdare, and Mertbyr dis- A tricts, thus avoiding damage by rail transit. -I l DELIVERY OF ALL GOODS, WHETHER BY ROAD OR RAIL. FREE Within one hundred miles. LARQE ILLUSTRATED CATALOGUES GRATIS AND POST FREE ON APPLICATION. "g EVAN AND COM PAN Y, REGISTERED AS CARDIFF ElURNISHERS." JL JJ 316 6793 '1 :■ 1 ——' ',1 — NEW REASON'S Tjy E A 0ITY OF LONDON TEA COMPANY Supply their celebrated i'eas in original chests, containing 100 lbs., 56 lbs., or 20 lbs: Also in canisters, containing 1'2 lbs., 14 lbs., or 20 lbs., or in any quantity from 6 lbs, upwards, carriage paid. TEAS of really good quality from Is 4d per lb. and some of the most delicious Teas ever grown from 2s to 3s per lb. CITY OF LONDON TEA COMPANY, NEW BASINGHALL ■ STREET, LONDON, E.C. TRAVANCORE TEA. The -i- NEW BLEND IJ<RAVANCOBE TEA. TKA Wonderful in strength TRAVANCORE TEA. and richness of ila- | *our. I Sol(1 by Agents in mRAVANCORE TEA. lead packet", AT 2S PER LB a TRAVANCORE TEA. ONE QUALITY TRAVANCORE TEA. ONLY- THE BEST. TRA V AN CORE TEA. AGENTS I APPOINTED. TRAVANCORE TEA. SOLE PROPRIETORS: rjRAVANCORE TEA. CITY 01<' LONDON TE, CO:\IPANY, NEWBAINGHALL TRAVANCORE TEA. STREET, LONDON. JL 4555 T IEBIG COMPANY S EXTRACT of I J BEEF For Improved and Economic Cookery. As Stock for Beef lea, Soups, Made Dishes, Sauces (Uame. Fish, &c), Aspic or Meat Jelly. LIEBIG COMPANY'S EXTRACT of JLj) BEEI1' Keeps for any leugih of time, and i9 cheaper anil of liner flavour than any other Stock. f IEBIG COMPANY'S EXTRACT of 1A buef. Forty pounds of prime lean beef (value 30s) are used to make one pound of Extract of Beef. /COOKERY BOOKS (indispensable for 'J ladies) sent free on application to LIEBIG'S EXTRACT of MEAT COMPY. Limited, 9, KKNCHURCH-AVENUE, E.C 4074 otainoleum SJ TAINOLEUM novating WOrD Furni. Staining Floorsand Wain- ST AIN OLEUM scoting, and Beautifying t? Everything. OTAINOLEUM Wood; may be applJ.ed bv anvone. and dritjfl W TAIN OLEO M immediately with a K j M superb gloss. 1 AlNOLEUM Mi everywhere, in 6d & SJ TAINOLEUM hlSn^istd^S „ 2s; quart, 3s 9tl; half TAIN OLEUM t ? T A IN 0 LEU 1\'1 Sole 0, jK&g^tSSiN. STAINOLEU M Cambrian Color Works. tO Bristol. 6827 ^JAVENDISH HOUSE, CHELTENHAM NEW AUTUMN JACKETS. COLOURED CLOTH JACKETS, Tailor-made, 21s, 25a 6d, 29s 6d, 35s 6(1, 45s 6d, 55s, 63s. BLACK CLOTH JACKETS, Plain and Trimmed, 18'00, 21s, 25s bd, 293 ód, 359611, 4bs bd, 58 6d. A STOCK OF 250 TO SELECT FROM. A Good Assortment sent for Inspection on Application. CAVENDISH HOUSE COMPANY, J LIMITED, CHELTENHAM. 1279 "\TEWPORT OFFICE J? OF THK n SOUTH WALES DAILY NEWS," No. 1, TREDEGAR PLACE. ADVERTISEMENTS received up to Sayan o'clock will secure insertion in next morning's issue of "She DAILY NEWS. KatiOlfttea giventor Aaltertis^. jaute Easiness ^Dresses. vvywrpet- n rjl O • D A r; g A T U R D A Y, OCTOBER 5TH. B EVANS AND rjOMPANY *V.ei-. 6 3 n- ."of' WILL MAKE A Q. R AND DISPLAY 0& JpARIS & LONDON JflASHlONS TOR THE AUTUMN AND WINTER SEASONS. B. E. and Co. have only just returned from both capitals, and they arc in a posi. tion to give the most reliable information as regards let dernieres modes de Parti. Swansea, October, 1889. 1016 gOYLE AND CO., THE OLD-ESTABLISHED JgOOT pEOPLE, CARDIFF. AUTUMN AND WINTER. THE STAFFORDIA" BRAND OF BOOTS Are Ladies' smavfc, stylish Hoots, and are always as near perfection as possible to imagine. Price 10s 6u, 13s 6U, los éJ, 133 6d, 20s. WIDE-FITTING BOOTS AND SHOES OF ALL feOltTS. A Splendid STOCK at Moderate Prices: 5s 6d, 61 lid 7s lid, 8s lid, 10s 6J, and 13s 6d. THE PORTLAND BOOTS FOR LADIE3 AND GIftL. Are Fashionable, Durable, Cheap, and Comfortable. Made in Lace, Button, and Elastic-side. Price—Ladies'; 4s 11< 5s lid, 7s 6d. 8s lid, 10s bd, 12s td. Girls' Lace and Button, Anglo-French Shape Price- 4" 6d, 5s 6d, 6s 6d, 7s 6d, 8s 6d, IDs 6d. HARD WEAR SCHOOL BOOTS, Made with the well-known plugged soles, almost'ever- lasting wear Price—2s lid, 3s bd, 3s lid, 4s lid, 6s 6d, Ss 6d, 10s 6(1. There special brands of boot3 and can only be ob. tained from us, and we hold ourselves responsible for tbe gooù wear of each pair. BOYLE AND CO., 19, Church-street, 23, St. Mary-street, 2, High-street, 1, Bute-street (Hayes Bridge), 10, Church-street, 24, Custom House-street. Wholesale Warehouse, Womanby-street, Cardiff. 8327 Q. W I L Y M VANS' QUININE BITTERS, THE UNRIVALLED VEGETABLE -M.' TONIC. The efficacy and merits of this renowned preparation are now readily acknowledged by the inhabitants of the English towns its fame is rapidly spreading, for wherever it receivesa fair tri it never fails to achieve success and attain its object, in restoring patients to health who have lone suffereu froui various complaints, anù had tried other LUeùicilles and remedies in vailJ. Its unfailing success where all other remedies have failed entitle it to be acknowledged as THE UNRIVALLED TONIC REMEDY, For all Complaints ur Aticccions of tha Stomach, Liver, Nerves, or Blood. use GWILYM QUININE BITTERS. GWILYM EVANS qUlMNE BITJERS GWILYM QUIN1NM BITJEI'.S. GWILYM QUININE BITTEKS. 2, Frice-Street, „ Kate's Hill, Dudley, GWILYM June 21, 1839. Dear Sir,—It is not often EVANS' that I have anything the matter with me, but a few QUININE weeks ago I caught a severe cold, which prostrated me ■RTTTFRS for several days. By chance I saw one of your circulars, and having heard that several FOR persons in the neighbourhood ■»»TTM^r.nmr^xT were deriving benefit from it, I INDIGESTION, resolved to try it, which I did, with the most satisfactory re- suits. I have no doubt that the one bottle which I took has "■' 1111 ■ saved me a heavy doctor's bill, aud I shall always praise the brillge that carries me over. You may make what use THE you please of this testimonial, as I am well-known in this UNRIVALLED district.—Yours faithfully, JAMES PRINCE. TONIC 2t Albert-street, Wednesbury, T> TT» *,r x1 Tv v Staffordshire, K Hi JVI Hj V X February 8tb, 18S9. To Mr GWILVM EVANS, P Daar seven years I suffered very severely from In. digestion and Liver complaint. I could get but little sleep with the pain that I suffered, and life bad become a burden to me. I can say truly that I had spent GWILYM scores of pounds on doctors, and tried many of the medlclDes py.vo' which I saw advertised, but xi,VAi.>a could get no relief, until I had „ TT T _T T „ almost given up all hope of ever Q U I N I,N L regaining my former health. I was urged one day to try BITTERS GWILYM QUININE BIT- TERS. and it was with seme reo FO_ luctance that I consented to^efc a bottle, but I have had occasion Hince tu bless the day it w LIVER brought to my notice. Tbe first few doses relieved tbe p:1in that COMPLAINTS. I always had after eating to such an extent that I could enjoy my fooù. Ulle bottle so cbangeù me m tr v p u o oi that instead of being afraid of i. xl iU JJUJ J- eatizig one meal a day I felt I ..———- could eat four. I have been able REMEDY since to continue my work with- out a break, a very unusual OF THE AGE. thing with me for years, and I am quite another mall. I can g confidently recommend GWILITM EVANS' QUININE BITTERS, and '0- am anxious that others who have and do suffer as 1 did should ob. tain tbe same wonderful relief as I have had.—I an;, dear sir, yours respectfully, v" JAMES GRIFFITHS. GWILYM i? v A ivT<a» Tan yard Terrace, LVAIVO St. John s, Worcester. March 18th, 1889. Dear Sir,—I have suffered with Q U I N I N E pain in my Chest, Nervousness, and Debility for a long time, BITTERS and have taken a deal of medi- cine, but ot no rehef. J3em recommended to try GWILYM fob EVANS' QUININE BITTERS, 1 touk one bottle. and founú great CHEST relief; then I got another, and now I am not like the same per- AFFECTIONS, so" cra11'«° t0, ™rk ™lfh eafe- which I had not done before for PATPTTATin\ a longtime. I shall be happy to raiil'llAliw, recommend the QUININE BIT- TERS, anÜ feel pleaed to say &0. 1 have found it such a quick remedy after suffering so long.— Yours gratefully, KATE FISHER. At this season of the vear no one should be without GWILYM QUININE BITTERS. A course taken now will be invaluable in giving tone to the system,new life to the blood, and bracing the nerves. Avoid imitations. Kemember that none are genuine except "GWILYM KVANS QUININE BITTKR.S." See the name on the stamp, label, and bottle. Should any difficulty be experienced In procuring it, write to the Proprietors, who will forward it per return parcels post, carriage paid, to any address. In bottles, at 2s 6d and 4s 6d each. Sold by all Chemists. PROPRIETORS :-QUININE BITTERS MANUFAC TURING COMPANY, LIMITED, LLANELI.Y, SOUTH WALES, i 52-c 28 rjlEETid i TE U TKK'l'H f > MH" K E-A L L, SURGEON DENTIST 199, HIGH. STREET, SWANSEA (Just below the Groat Western Railway;Statlon), Begs to intimate that he can produce a perfectly fitting 'Set of Teeth in one clear day. The verybMt workman- ship guaranteed. Painless Dentistry by Gar, also by the new Anaesthetic Cocaine. Partial Sets from Sa per Tootb ;.Upper or Lower Se", from Two Guineas. KEALL'S TONIC AND NEURALGIC MIXTURE, Sure and Speedy Cure for Neuralgia, Tic Doloreux Rheums, Toothache, and all Nervous Pains. Through any Chemist Cardiff; Mr Munday, chemist, 1, Duke-streat; Robb, chemist, Roath..Newport; Messrs Garrets Bros., chemists, 171, Commercial-street. Neath; Mr J. u. Isaac (late Haymvrii. chemist. Llanelly Mr iwi)vi» tondo* flMMibws and JUUftia.14 iSnsiittss ^iit!r £ S525. T RU IE MUTUAL ASSURANCE A ? i?JL A NO SHAREHOLDERS OR AGENTS TO SHRINK THE PROFITS. JJ QUI TA B L E L I F E ASSURANCE SOCIETY. ESTABLISHED 1762. THE OLDEST LIFE OFFICE ON THE MUTUAL SYSTEM IX THK WORLD. THE INVESTED FUND3 EXCEED £ 4,250,000. LIFE ASSURANCE CONDUCTED AT THE LOWEST COST. 1. No Commission or Agency Fees. 2. Working Expenses under Three per Cent. of Annual Income. I 3. The whole ol the Profits belong to the Assured. A Pamphlet entitled I "PLAIN FACTS ABOUT MUTUAL LIFE ASSURANCE," Will be sent Free, on application to the Actuary at the Society's Offices. £ MANSION HOUSE-STREET, LONDON, E,C. 7651-1 £ JROSSLEY'S "QTTO" Q-AS I^NGINE OVER 28,000 From ? man to 100 h. p. REFERENCES for ALL TRADES and in ALL TOWN. Second-Hand Engines. Deferred Payment System. CROSSLEY Blos-, T IMITED JL> JJ 1093 OPENSHA^Y, manchesti:R.

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