GPECIAL ANL SELECT. COATINGS, SUITINGS, AND TROUSERINGS AT THE CARDIFF HOUSE. GENTLEMEN, GIVE YOUR ORDERS Prices of GENTLEMEN'S FANCY CLOTH SUITS: i GENTLEMEN, GIVE YOUR ORDERS Prices of GENTLEMEN'S FANCY CLOTH SUITS: 45s, 50s, 60s, 70s cDs, 90s. L-zices of GENTLEMEN'S BLACK CLOTH SUITS 60s. 70s, 80s, 90s, IOns, 110s. Prices of GENTLEMEN'S FANCY CLOTH GROUSERS: 10s 6d, 13; 6d, lbs 6d, 19s, 22s, 25s. Prices of GENTLEMEN'S BLACK CLOTH TROUSERS 16s 6J, 19s, 22s. 25s, 27s 6d, 30s. Fit Guaranteed. Workmanship, the Best. W. PRICE AND SONS, MERCHANT CLOTHIERS AND OUTFITTERS, HATTERS, HOSIERS, & GLOVERS, fc-0 & 51, ST. MARY-ST., and 46 & 47, CAROLINE. Ill STREET CARDIFF. 1C07 ¡:
aLLSOF^ & SONS, V BASS & CO., vW v /*S\. and other* \°\i) ^iX N^N^( •<r of the finest BURTON PRICES. N&N& \< £ \<S', rs\ ALES Per Per v-rvV Kilderkin Firkin. X 189 I 9s A 21s 10s 6d £ V>. 24s 12s X &\ And upm irda. • 1C59 ¡;, Jj.
v N 0 T 1 0 E THE LONG DESIRED BUSINESS IN THE PROVINCIAL TOWN OF CARDIFF IS AT LAS I" OPENED. THE SOUTH WALES JEWELLERY AD PLATE DEPOSITORY IS NOW OPEN. 19 QUEEN-STREET, 0ARDIFF (Opposite the Queen.street Arcade). the management of Mr T. S. Bomash,of Penarth. Cash Advanced on Diamonds, Jewellery, Watches, a.nd all portable Roods, at the lowest possible rate of interest. A Large Assortment of Gold and Silver Watches, Chains, Rings, Plate, Musical Instrument^, &C.5823 FIRK-PROQF SAFE FOR ALL VALUABLES.
ASK YOUR GROCER FOR SYMINGTON'S ARAB'S COFFEE. FOR STRENGTH. FLAVOUR, &AROMAL IT STANDS UNEQUALLED SOLD IN 01>L(_ NG TIKS. BOWDEN STEAM MILLS, MARKET HARBOROUGH. GOLD MEDAL. NEW ZEALAND, 1882. 4405
£ >al £ s uu Auction. AUCTION APPOINTMENTS. THE DUKE-ST. AUCTION It STORAGE ROOMS J. G. MADDOX & CO., Auctioneers Household Furniture, at Rooms Aug. 25 and 30 Messrs BEYXON and LEWIS. Leasehold Properties, at Swansea Aug 24 Mr RICHAKD BOWEN. Sale of Leasehold Property, at Glvnneath .Aug. 25 Messrs BOWLING BROTHERS. t.!ffal Wood, Ac, at Pembroke-Dock Sept. 5 Mr OWEN DANIEL. t)il Paintings, Ac., at Aberystwith Aug. 2 & 25 Mr MEREDITH DAV1ES. Stock. &c., at Trebanog Fawr, Penderyn August 30 Live Stock, at :I:1.steg Sept. 6 Messrs GOTTWALlZ and BOWltING Household Furniture, at Cardiff .August 25 and 26 Billiard Table, Ac., at Cardiff August 25 Cab Stock, Ac., at Cardiff Real liavannah Cigars, at Bute Docks, Cardiff.. Aug. 30 India Rubber Goods, &c., at Cardiff Sept. Valuable Horses, at Cardiff Sept. 23 Stuil of Hunteis, at Cardiff Seut. 23 Messrs W. GRAHAM. SON, and IJITCHCOX. Dwelling-houses, at Newport.Sept. 12 Plant and Machinery, at Newport.. Sept. 13, 14, and 15 Messrs W. and S. HERN. Sal of Wreck, at Cardiff Sept. 1 Residence at Cardiff Sept. 15 Messrs II. MILL & CO. Household Furniture, at Mumbles Aug. 25 Leasehold Dwelling House*, at Swansea Aug. 30 Messrs JOHN JENKINS & CO. leasehold Properties, at Caidiff Sept. 15 MrE, F. KENNARD. Furniture, etc., at Cardiff Aug. 25 Mr JOHN M. LEEDER. Earthenware, &c.,at Swansea Aug. 25 Leasehold Property, at Swansea .August 29 Messrs LEWIS BROTHERS. L've Stock, Crops, Ac., at Coedfrank Aug. 26 Live Stock, Hay, etc., at Neath Sept. 1 Mr MONTGOMERY. Leasehold Properties, at Cardiff .Aug. 31 Messrs NORTON and LALONDE. Family Hotels, at Weston-suoer-Mare Sept. 7 Mr T. RULE OWEN. ProDerty, at Milford Haven August 30 Freehold Farms Messrs PARSONS ROBJENT. Household Furniture, Ac., at Newport Sept. 1 Messrs STEPHENSON and ALEXANDER. Colliery Plant and Materials, at Pontypridd, Sept. 6 Colliery Plant, Ac., at Pontypridd Sept. 7 Leasehold Premises, at Penarth Sept. 8 Furniture and Other Effects, at Cardiff Sept. 8 Freehold Residential Property, at Newport.Sept. 17 Mr JAMES STRAKER. Household Furniture. clc., at Ty Clyd, Govilon Aug. 25 Freehold Estate and R sidences, at Abergavenny ..Sep. Messrs J. HOWELL THOMAS and CO. Colliery, Farm, and Railway Siding, at Swansea, Sept. Mr JOHN THOMAS (Cowbrulge). Copyhold and Leasehold Property, at Bridgend. Aug 27 Llansannor Court Shropshires, at Cowbridge Sept. 17 PENRHIWFER AND GILFACH COLLIERIES, PONTYPRIDD, GLAMORGANSHIRE. MESSRS STEPHEN SON and ALEX- ANDER are instructed by the Glamorgan Coal Company to SELL by AUCTION, without reserve, on TUESDAY, 6eil September, 1S87, com- mencing at Penrhiwfer Colliery at Twelve o'clock punc- tually, the following valuable SURPLUS COLLIERY PLANT & MATERIALS AT PENRHIWFER COLLIERY: 20-inch horizontal pumping engine, pair of 8-inch diagonal single horizontal engine, pair of 15-in diagonal winding engines, 10-in pumping engine, 16-inch winding engine, 8-inch cylinder 3multitubular boilers with fittings complete, donkey pump, pair of forcing pumps, universal steam pump by Hay ward, Tyler, and Co.; high and low pressure underground pomp, 3 Tanye's special pumps, quantity of iron trams, 120 yards of 2-inch cast-iron pipes, Moreton's patent condenser, quantity of bed plates, tram binders, rails, and incline carriages, double purchase crab, revolving and other screens, steam piping, 50 iron trams, sinking bowkes, water barrels, drums, and appliances, black- smith's tools, 5 2 CONTRACTOR'S RAILWAY TIP WAGONS, 3 RAILWAY WAGONS, quantity of wrollht and cast scrap iron, and a varied asortment ot colliery plant and materials. AT GILFACH COLLIERY: 10-inch horizontal engin, 3 special steam pumps, b'.ast fan, 3 injectors, Ingersoll rock drill, 3 turn tables,^ tram weighing machine by Pooley and Sons, ABOUT' 100 TONS OF BRIDGE RAILS, averaging about 2ulbs per yard. 2 20-ton railway weighing machines. The ironwork, bricks, and appliances in connection with 96 coke ovens, about 600 brown arch ganister bricks, several thousand lire bricks, used in the con- 8tructioll of coke ovens, fly wheels, crank shafts, pulleys, drums, cast-iron pillars, iron fencing, quantity wire rope, several tons of old wrought and scrap iron, together with a varied and general assortment of colliery plant and materials. Further particulars will appear in catalogues, which may be obtained upon application to the Auctioneers, 5, High-stre t, Cardiff. 5975 AD ARE COLLIERY, DDIAS, PONTYPRIDD. MESSRS STEPHENSON and ALEX- ANDER are instructed by Messrs Coffin and Co. to SELL by AUCTION at this Colliery, on WEDNESDAY, the 7th September, 1837 (the day following the sale of the Glamorgan Coal Company's Plant and Machinery at Penrhiwfer and Gilfach), the folio wing COLLIERY PLANT AND MATERIALS (without reserve) :— About 80 tons of bridge rails, 135 tons of tram plates and partings (cold blast), 15 tons old rails, "everal tons of wrought and cast scrap iron, 110 3ft. 5ill. coal trams, 22 new ditto, trolleys, Ac., 6 water tanks, 2 sludge ditto, 2 Bartlett's weighiD machines, weighing machine by Pooley and Co., 13 pairs of iron shafts, 40 tram couplings, 3,000 yards of lin. steel wire rope, 2,000 yards of telegraph wire, tip table, 7 tons of wire ro e, 16 new tramway shieves, wooden tip screens, sleepers, grindstone, anvil, vice, and blacksmith's tools, quantity of piping, chaff- cutter, corn bin, large quantity of iron piping, tele- graph instruments and battery, &c., complete; together with various other lots of colliery plant and materials. Also the colliery office furniture, barometer, thermometer, and a general assortment of loose colliery plant and materials. The Adare Colliery is within five minutes' walk from Dinas Station of the Rhondda Branch of the Taff Vale Railway, and the sale will take place immediately after the arrival of the 11.30 train from Cardiff. Detailed particulars in catalogue, which may be obtained upon application to the Auctioneers, 5, High- street, Cardiff. 6120 SALE OF VALUABLE AND SUBSTANTIAL FURNITURE, COSTLY INLAID CABINETS, TWO PAIRS OF VERY HANDSOME 4 and 6 BRANCH DRESDEN CHINA CANDELABRA AND CENTREPIECE, And a Few Valuable DRESDEN ORNAMENTS, OIL PAINTINGS, AND WATER-COLOUR DRAWINGS, CARRIAGE HARNESS, and Other Effects, Sold under instructions from the Trustee, undei powers of a Marriage Settlement. 1\/fESSRS STEPHENSON and ALEX- .IvJ ANDER will SELL by AUCTION, on THURSDAY, the 8th of September, 1887, at the Rooms lately occupied by the Auction and Storage Company, High-street, Cardiff, the before-mentioned FURNITURE AND OTHER EFFECTS. Detailed particulars will be furnished in Catalogues, which may be obtained upon application to the Auc- tioneers, 5, High-street, Cardiff. 6121 LEASEHOLD PREMISES, Consisting of HAY AND CORN STORES. STABLE, AND WORK- SHOP, SITUATE IN SALOP-PLACE, PENARTH. MESSRS STEPHENSON and ALEX- ANDER are instructed by the Mortgagee to SELL by AUCTION, at the Ship Hotel, Penarth, on THURSDAY, the 8th September, 1887, at Eight o'clock p.m., ALL THOSE CONVENIENT PREMISES, Consisting of Hay and Corn Stores, Stable, Workshop, and Yard, situate in Salop-street. Penarth, lately the property of Mr William Thomas, Hay and Coal Merchant, Deceased. The premises consist of a new stone building, erected for the purposes of carrying on a hay and corn business, wh'ch are untenanted, and the stable, Workshop, and yard are in the occupation of Mr Philip Daw, Itutcher, and held by him for a term dseven years from January 1887, at a rental of B16 18s per annum, payable quar- The premises have a considerable frontage into Salop- street, and a portion of them have onJy recently been erected. For further particulars apply to the Auctioneers, or to Messrs DALTON, SPENCER, CORBETT, and EVANS, 6118 Solicitors, 6, Working-street, Cardiff. SALE TO-MORROW. ON THURSDAY, AUGUST 25th, AT THE DUKE-STREET AUCTION ROOMS, CALlDlFF.. TVJESSRS J. G. MADDOX and CO. will 1 SELL by PUBLIC AUCTION, at the above Rooms, several important consignments of FIRST-CLASS NEW AND SECOND-HAND FURNITURE AND HOUSEHOLD EFFEC IS, which have been forwarded for absolute disposal, con. sisting of the usual dining, drawing, and sitting-oom appointments, bedroom requisites, anùsunùries in great variety.. On View Morning of Sale. Sale at l'wo o'clock precisely. All entries for this sale must be made by Wednesday, August 24th. Offices and Salerooms, 2o, Duke-street, Cardiff. 3499 SALE TO-MORROW. AT THE AUCTION AND STORAGE SALE ROOMS, 25, PUKK-STREET, CARDIlON THURSDAY, AUGUST 25TH, 1887, COMMENCING AT TWO O'CLOCK PRECISELY. MESSRS J. G. M ADDOX and CO. are instructed to SELL by PUBLIC AUCTION a laree quantity of Superior v.™™,—. HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE AND EFFECTS, removed for better convenience of sale, comprising drawing and dining-room suites in leather, hair, and plush, mahogany dining and other tables, mahogany and walnut sideboards with bevelled g:ass backs, gilt and other pier glasses, several musical boxes, with nine bells, fenders and irons, carpets, liearth- rugs, &c., iron and brass bedsteads, pairs palliases, wool mattresses, feather and millpuff beds, 4ft. robes with plate-glass doors, duchesse tables and stands to match, other washstands and dressing tables, oil paint- ings and engravings, toilet glasses, towel rails, etc., together with the usual kitchen utensils and sundries. Goods on view morning of sale.. Auction Offices and Sale Rooms, 25, Duke-street, Cardiff. 6126 SALE TO-MORROW. PARK-HAI-L SALEROOMS, CARDIFF. ABSOLUTE SALE OF NEW AND SECOND. HAND FURNITURE. RARE OPPORTUNITY FOR PERSONS FURNISH- ING AND OTHERS. MR E. F. KENNARD has received in- structions to SELL by AUCTION, 011 THURS- DAY NEXT, Augus^ whole of the Rremoved from a gentleman's house in Roath, also from other residences in Cardiff, comprising dining and drawing room suites in roan, hair, leather, plush, velveteen, all of very superior make and finish, sideboards of splendid quality, dieffoniers with marble top, mahogany and walnut tapestry and bordered carpets large rugs, brass rails, fenders, and brasses, walnut'inlaid oval tables, splendid second-hand Piano by good maker, bedroom suites in ash, mahogany, Ac., complete, large nnd small brass half tester and other bedsteads, equal to new feather and millpulf bed, bolsters and pillows, wardrobes with bevelled plate- giass fronts and all latest improvements, wire and other matlre»ses; music stools, a large assortment of uplrndidly-ir.imed pictures, and the usual kitchen re- quisites. ùood, now on view. Sale at 2 o'clock. v. au.5 11!J bunion. NOW ON VIEW. SALE TO-MORROW (THURSDAY) & ON FRIDAY, 25TH AND 26TH AUGUST, 1887. A HIGHLY INTERESTING AND UNRESERVED SALE OF ANCIENT AND MODERN HOUSE- HOLD FURNITURE, OLD CHINA, VALUABLE INLAID FURNITURE. RARE CARVED OAK FURNITURE AND HOUSEHOLD REQUISITES, Sets of Harness, Rugs, Bridles, Ac., and Sundry Out-df>or Effects. GOTT WALTZ & BOWRING -i-v.JL have received instructions from William Perch, Esq., who is going abroad, to SELL by AUCTION, at their Salerooms, II High-street, Cardiff, on THUdS. DAY and FRIDAY, August 25 and 26tli, 1877, com- mcncingat 11 o'clock punctually each day, the above HANDSOME APPOINTMENTS, Removed from" Coylmhen," near Bridgend. The CONTENTS of the BEDCHAMBERS include fittings in mahogany, ash, walnut, ana ebony, with handsome brass be isteads of Aiabian and Parisian shape, with C0Stly tapistry, damask, and other Ired furniture; GRAND WARDROBES, FITTED FOR HANGING, and with SLIDING TRAYS richly carved mahoganv and inlaid chests of drawers, a very FINE CHIPPENDALE, inlaid DRESSING TABLE with large glass attached, brass and other cots, spring mattresses and other bedding, 7 japanned baths, bidets, and a large four fold screen. The DRAWING-ROOM AND BOUDOIR FURNI- TURE include suites of extensive window hanain"s. SETTEES AND CHAIRS in rosewood and silk cover- ing, PAIR OF RECESS CABLNET.'i, doors bcauti/ulty inlaid, grand centre table, writing and other tables, inlaid mahogany secretaire with drawers and cup- boards. A VERY VALUABLE INLAID HALF- CIRCULAR CABINET with TAMBOUR, FRONT, Louis XVI. chairs in silk, 3 INLAID CHIPPENDALE JARDINIERES with liners, skin hearthrugs, hand- some Persian carpets and rugs, brass fenders and irons, a 24-in. lac. Japan cabinet on stand, CABINET CHINA and knick-knacks in Swres, Dresden, &c., Chippendale inlaid commode, pair of pier-gias-es in carved and inlaid frames, 2 carved oak lounges in silk tapestry, CARVED OAK FURNITURE, including high-back chairs and settees in carved oak, with leather covenne, and very fine oak buffett deep rim,going on oak stand a NOBLE SlDEBOAUD, with carved ornaments, a dining table, a very fine TURKEY CARPET, carved writing table, a valuable old clock, a PAIR OF VALUABLE BOOKCASES, arm chairs and settees in silk, a rare old Wedgwood DINNER SER- VICE in splendid preservation; the bronzes, including pieces of Roman aud Florentine work. A SPLENDIDLY FURNISHED DINING-ROOM in BROWN OAK, including a finely-figured sideboard, a mas-ive dining table, a suite of chairs and couch, a. dinner wagon, coal vase, chimney glass in carvsd frame, beauti ul ornaments in bronze, majolica, &c, clocks, and other furnishing items. A NEARLY NEW SPANISH MAHOGANY BIL- LIARD TABLE with slate bed by Huirouffltes and IVatts, and the capital fittings for same (see separate ad vertisemen tsi. The FITTINGS of MORNING an I HOUSE- KEEPER'S ROOMS; the FURNITURE of HALL, CORRIDORS, aud STAIRCASE the TLATE and CHINA PANTRIES, KITCHENS, and DAIRY UTENSILS. The NEARLY NEW HARNESS and OUTSIDE EFFECTS include SET OF DOUBLE HARNESS, SINGLE BROUGHAM, and TANDEM HARNES, LADIES' SIDE-SADDLE by Chunt- pion. 3 hunting saddles, 6 bridles, dumb jock complete, 6 suits of horse clothing, pole stiaps, girths, brass rack, chains, 5 pairs pillar reins, breastplates, martin- gales, waterproof rugs, flask and sandwich cases, and miscellanies too numerous to mention, all of which will be fully described in catalogues. 5968 ON VIEW THIS DAY. Catalogues may be had of the Auctioneers, Caidiff. SALE TO-MORROW, THURSDAY, 25th AUG., 1887. BILLIARD TABLE AND FITTINGS, BY BURROUGHF.S AND WATTS. MESSRS GOTT WALTZ & BOWRING will include in their Sale on the above date, at their Sale Rooms, 11, High-street, Cardiff, at about Three o'clock in the afternoon, A WELL-MADE, MASSIVE, FULL-SIZE BILLIAHD TABLE, in Spanish Mahogany, with slate bed, 011 heavy turned legs, by BURROUGHES and con- dition. The fittings consist of mahogany billiard set- tees in morocco leather, billiard balls, 17 cues, 3 rests, triangle, straight eùe, 2 cue. racks, billiard marker, 3 cushion warmers, 2 pool markers, rules of the game, gas jets and shades, pool basket, cover, Cotc. 5967 ON VIEW THIS DAY. THE STABLES, PLANTAGENET-STREET, CARDIFF. MESSRS GOTTWALTZ & BOWRING .l-L have rceived instrl1"tions from 1\11' Henry Griffiths, who is retiring from the business, to SELJ, by AUCTION on Monday, 29th August, 133/, a.t 2.30 pnuctuallv, the whole of his CAB STOCK, all in first-rate preservation, consisting of 5 CAPITAL HORSES, 4 NEARLY NEW LICENSED HANSOMS, LANDAUS, 4-wheel dogcart. SETS OF SIN GLE and DOUBLE PLATED HARNESS, chaff machine, 3 corn bins, leather head collars, rugs, loin covers, and a quantity of snndries. 5745 Further particulars may be had of the Auctioneers. ON TUESDAY, 30TH AUGUST, 1827. SALE OF REAL HAVANNAH CIGARS. MESSRS GOTTWALTZ & BOWRING have received instructions from a firm of merchants at the Docks to SELL by AUCTION, at the New Merchants' Exchange, Bute Docks, on TUESDAY, 30th August, 1887, at 2.30 p.m. to the minute, 407 BOXES OF REAL HAVANNAH CIGARS, Imported Direct, Consisting of the following well-known Brands :— REIN AS VICTORIAS, BOUQUETS, REINAS FINAS, | REGALIAS GRACIOSAS. ROTHCHILDS, | CONCHAS BOUQUETS. INFANTES, I REGALIA DE LA REINA. Further particulars in Catalogues, to be had at tho New Merchants' Exchange or of the Auctioneers, Cardiff. 6101 —— V.R. SALE OF WRECK. By order of the Lords Commissioners of the Privy Council for Trade. MESSRS W. & S. HERN will SELL 'L by AUCTION,"on THURSDAY, 1st September, 1887, at 11 a.m., at the Customs Watch Route, Pier Head, Cardiff, iron buoy, 2 baulks, timber, life buoy (at Penarth), kedge anchor, clinker built boat, and) 2 paddles, at the Bute Test House, Old Canal, Cardiff, ANCHORS AND CHAINS, 244 cwt. of condemned chain, 172 cwt. 2 qrs. of con- demned anchors, 185 cwt. 2 qrs. of proved chain. Further particulars of the Auctioneers, 72, St. Mary- gtreet, Cardiff. SALE OF VALUABLE SEMI-DETACHED RESI. DENCE, PARK-PLACE, CARDIFF. MESSRS W. & S. HERN win SELL by AUCION at the Roval Hotel, Cardiff, on THURSDAY, the 15th day of September, 1887, at 6.30 p,m., that capital RESIDENCE, known as "Middleton House," 36, Park-place, Cardiff, containing three reception rooms, conservatory, china pantry, seven bedrooms and attics, hot and cold baths, lavatory, &c., excellent kitchens and cellars, good garden. The property is held under Lease for S years, from the 29th September, 1870, at a ground rent of B9. The house is fitted with every modern convenience, is well built and perfectly drained, and in good decorative repair. Further particulars and orders to view of the Auctioneers, 72, St. Mary-street, Cardiff, or of Mr Henry Heard, solicitor, Cardiff. NEWPORT, MONMOUTHSHIRE, RAILWAY WAGON WORKS. DOCK-STRKET AND CANAL-PARADK. AND THE BRIDGE SAW MILLS, CLARENCE-PLACE. ESTATE OF ALDERMAN JAMES MURPHY, DECEASED. MESSRS WM. GRAHAM, SON, AND HITCIICOX are instructed by the Receiver appointed by the Court of Chancery to SELL b. AUC- TION, at the Works, on TUESDAY, WEDNESDAY, and THURSDAY, 13th, 14th, and 15th September, 1887, commencing each day at Eleven o'clock, the entire PLANT, MACHINERY, STOCK, STORES, 300 RAILWAY WAGONS, Ac., &C., Comprising:— Ten lathes, drilling and boring machines, pillar and other drilling machines, tyre, boring and facing machines punching, shearing, planing, groving, and tapping machines three steam hammers, 38in fan, hydraulic tyre blocking and compressing machines spoke and guard bending machines, tyre and balling furnace, 12 iron and wood cranes, 3-ton travelling crane, horizontal and vertical engines, boilers, and fittings, shafting and pnlleys, timber planing, boring, sawing, and tenoning machines weighbridge and weighing machines, benches, vices, tyres, wheels and axles, and the contents of smiths', timber, fitting, wheel, and pattern shops, forge, iron, and brass foundries, and offices. Catalogues may be obtained on application to Mr T. E. Cooke (the Receiver), 2, Bridge-street, Newport of Messrs Gustard and Llewellyn, solicitors, Newport and of the Auctioneer, Newport, Mon. 5874 PEMBROKESHIRE. — TOWN OF MILFORD HAVEN, 1VTR T. RULE OWEN will offer for SALE XtX by PUBLIC AUCTION, at the Lord Nelson Hotel, Milford Haven on TUESDAY, the 30th day of August, 1887, at Two n'ciock precisely, a valuable PROPERTY, consisting of several Freehold Building Sites and Six Leasehold Houses, all situate in the above-mentioned town, and particularly described below :— LOTS 1 to 29 (inclusive) —FREEHOLD BUILDING SITES with an average frontage of 20 feet and a depth of 90 foet, as marked out on the ground. LOT 30.—A HOUSE and SHOP (now vacant), being No. a. Hamilton-terrace, held under lease for 80 years, from 2oth December, 1871, Ground rent, £ 2. Lor 31.—A HOUSE and SHOP, No. 29, Charles- street, in the occupation of Mrs King, at the low annual rent of £16. This (together with Lots 32 and 33) is held under a lease for 60 years, from 29th September, 1869. Apportioned rent, i.e. LOT 32.—A HOUSE and SHOP, in the occupation of Mr Ivor Ward Danes, at an annual rent of £19 10s. Held under lease with Lots 31 and 33. Apportioned LOT 33.—A HOUSE and PREMISES in Robert- street, in the occupation of Mi-s Mary Adams, at a weekly rent of 3s 3d. Held under lease with Lots 31 and 32. Apportioned rent £ 1 LOT 34.—A HOUSE and YARD, situate on the south side of Charles-street, in the occupation of Mr Greaves, at a rent of 4s 2d per week. Held with Lot 3b under a lease for 60 years from September 1st, 1880. Apportioned rent £2.. LOT 35.—A HOUSE and YARD, in the occupation of Mr Michael James, at an annual rent of £12. Held with Lot 34 uuder lease. Apportioned lent. JB3. All the Leasehold Houses are well situated for business purposes, and are in very good repair. The near completion of the Milford Docks leads one reasonably to expect the value of House Property to greatly increase in a shert period of time. The Free- hold Building sites afford a rare opportunity for the speculative builder, and should prove remu- nerative. For further particulars apply to Mr James Price, solicitor, Haverfordwest or to Mr T. Rnle Owen, Estate Acent and Valuer, Haverfordwest, where a plan of the building sites may be seen. 5899 SCARCITY OF WATER. ARTESIAN and other WKLLS speedily bored and sunk. Advice on questions of water supply, Ac., by W. MICH ELL VIVIAN, 6014 Llantrissant, Glam. NEAT H AND DISTRICT ADVER- 1 TIING, BILL-POSTING, and CIRCULAR DISTRIBUTING COMPANY. Office: 13, Cattle- street, Neath. Best permanent posting-stations in Town and neighbourhood. Contractors for all des- criptions oi advertisini, circular distributing, Ac. ( l Orders promptly attended to. All parcels to ne dis tinctiy addressed to T. Harry Hawkins, Neath, 1094 ale5 hu ).udiatt. BY OnDER OF THE MORTGAGEES. TOWN OF CARDIFF. SALE OF IMPORTANT, WELL-SEASONED RESIDENTIAL, MANUFACTURING, BUSINESS, AND COTTAGE PROPERTIES. MESS US JOHN JENKINS and CO. have been instructed to SELL by AUCTION, at the Royal Hotel, Cardiff (subject to conditions of sale to be then and there produced), on THURSDAY, the 15th day of Sepieinber, 1887, at 7 o'clock in the evening, the following LEASEHOLD PROPERTIES, In the undermentioned or such other Lots as may be decided upon :— WEST GROVE. LOT 1.—All that Leasehold VILLA RESIDENCE and PREMISES, No. 4, West Grove, now in the occu- pation of Mr Ji nes, at the yearly rental of £36, the tenant paying the rates. The property is held under lease for 99 years, from the 25th day of March, 1869, at the apportioned annual ground rent of £ 1 Its. ST. PKTER\S-STREET, LOT 2.-All those TWO DWELLING-HOUSES, with the AERATED WATER MANUFACTORY, Yard, and Premises, in St. Peter'.vstreet, Castle-road, Cardiff, in the occupation of the executors of David Hopkins, deceased, at the annual rental of £70. The tenants pay all rates. The frontage to St. Peter's-street is 70 feet. The property is held for 99 years, from 25th March, 1870, at a ground rent of £ 9 10s per annum. CLIFTON-STREET. LOT 3.-71, Clifton-street, Roath. Tenant, J. Woods. LOT 4.-72, Clifton-street, Roath. Tenant, C. Pitcher. LOT 5-73, Clifton-street, Roath. Tenant, C. White. LOT 6.-74, Clifton-street, Roath. Tenant, S. Keith. LOT 7.—75, Clifton-street, Roath. Tenant, J. Julian. Lots 3 to 7, both inclusive, are held for a term of 99 years, from 25th March, 1870, at a grouud rent equal to S2 per house. These houses imme- diately adjoin the Great Western Railway, and will be sold together or otherwise, as may be decided at the time of sale. CYCLE-STREET. LOTS 8to 15.-All those Eight DWELLING-HOUSES and PREMISES known as Nos. 28, 30,32,34,36,38,40. A 42. All well tenanted, at the weekly rentals of 6s each. These properties areheld for terms oi 99years,from the 25th March, 1870, at the annual ground rent of £15, which will be apportioned at £2 per house in the event of their being sold sepaiately. TY N DALL-STREET. LOT 16.—All that SHOP, BAKKHOUSE, and PREMISES, No. 26, Tyndall-street, Cardiff, in the occupation of Mrs Meaker, at the yearly rental of £36; and all that DWELLING-HOUSE adjoining, known as No. 27, Tyndali-street, let to Mrs Corcoran, at the weekly rental of 10s. This Lot is held under lease for 99 years, from 29th September, 1852, at the ground rent of £6 per annum. LOT 17.-All those TWO MESSUAGES and PRE- MISES known a.s Nos, 49 and 50, Tyndali-street, in the respective occupations of Messrs O'Donnell and Maid, at the weekly lentals of 10s each. This Lot is held under lease for 99 years, from 29ch September, 1852, at the annual ground rent of S6. Lots 16 and 17 have recently been put in good repair. IVOR-STREET. (Adjoining G.W.R. Goods Station.) LOT 18.—All those DWELLING-HOUSES, WARE. HOUSES, STABLE, YARD, and PREMISES in Ivor-place, immediately adjoining the Great Western Goods Station, Cardiff, let to Messrs Vorath and Sons, Brewers, at the low rental of B40 per; annum. This lot is held under a lease for a term of 99 years from the 25th day of March, 1856, at the annual ground rent of S2 reserved thereby. The lease provides for additional rents being payable, but as to this see the conditions of sale. To view apply to the respective tenants, and for printed particulars and conditions apply to the Auc- tioneers, Philharmonic Chambers, or as to lot 17 to Mr Henry Heard, Solicitor, and as to all the lots to Mr James Morgan. Solicitor, Cardiff. SALE TO-MORROW. CWMGWRACH, GLYNNEATH. SALE OF VALUABLE LEASEHOLD PROPERTY, Known as the Star Inn," and Three Cottages adjoin- ing. Within three minutes' waik of the Glynneath Station. MR RICHARD BO WEN has received instructions from the Trustees of the Loyal Order of Alfreds Society to SELL by PUBLIC AUC- TION, at the Star Inn, Glynneath, on THURSDAY, August the 25th, 1887. the following valuable LEASEHOLD PROPERTY: LOT I.-Doul,lc,licensetl PUBLIC-HOUSE and GAR- DEN, STABLE, and PREMISES, containing 9^0 square yards. LOT 2.-No. 1, COTTAGE and GARDEN. LOT 3-No. 2, COTTAGE and GARDEN. LOT 4.-No. 3, COTTAGE and GARDEN. Ground rent 011 public-house and premises S2 15s annual. Ground rent on cottages, Ibs each. Term un- expired of lease, 88 years on the whole lots. Each purchaser to pay a deposit at the rate of 10 per cent. a.t time of sale. Conditions of sale to be there and then declared. Sale to commence at Four o'clock p.m. For further particulars apply to Mr H. Jenkins, Forchgoch, Glynneath or to the Auctioneer, Ynisy. rallor, Glyneath. 6105 SALE TO-MORROW. TY CLYD, GOVILON, NEAR ABERGAVENNY. MR JAMES STRAKER has been favoured with instructions from the executors of the late William lliley, Esq., to SELL by AUC- TION, on the above premises, on THURSDAY, August 2-)th, 1887, the whole of the well-preserved HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE AND OTHER EFFECTS, comprising the contents of entrance hall, breakfast, drawing, and dining rooms, servants' hall, butlor's pantry, kitchen, scullery, and other offices, also a quantity of greenhouse plants, and out-door effects. Sale at 12 o'clock sharp. 6133 Auctioneer's Offices, 2, Tiverton-place, Abergax enny. BRECONSHIRE. VALUABLE FREEHOLD ESTATE AND RESI. DENCES FOR SALE. MR JAMES STRAKER will SELL by AUCTION, in the month of Septeuber, 1887, at Abergavenny, the Valuable FREEHOLD ESTATES known as Pwll Court (including the family residence known as pwll Court), and Pantllwyd, all in the parish of Llangynider; Craiglas Villa, Craiglas Cottage, and several other dwelling-houses and land, situate near Talvbont,in the parish of Llanthetty and Troedyrharn or Cwrtybach Farm, in the parish of Garthbrengy, all in the county of Brecon. Detailed particulars will appear in future advertisements, and plans and particu- lars may be obtained on application to Mr Eo G. Davies, solicitor, Crickhowell; Messrs Rickards and Blosse, estate agents and surveyors, Charles-street Chambers, Cardiff: the Auctioneer, at Abergavenny; or Messrs tretton, Hilliard, Dale, and Newman, solici- tors, 75, Cornhill, London. 5819 PENCOED AND ABERKENFIG, NEAR BRIDG- END, GLAMORGANSHIRE. IMPORTANT SALI OF VALUABLE COPYHOLD AND LEASEHOLD PROPERTY. MR JOHN THOMAS has been in- structed to SELL by AUCTION, at the Wyndham Arms Hotel, Bridgend, on SATURDAY, August 27th, 1887, at Three p.m., subject to conditions to be then produced, the following valuable COPYHOLD AND LEASEHOLD PROPERTY, viz. :— LOT 1.—All those TWO COTTAGES (let in three tenements), with the Gardens and Premises thereto, situate opposite the Calvinistic Methodist Chapel in Pencoed aforesaid, now in the respective occupations of Mr Edward Morgan, Mr William Jones, and Mrs Cecilia James. And also all that Pasture Field adjoin- ing, in the occupation of Mr Daniel Jenkins, the whole containing three acres or thereabouts. The above property is situate within a few minutes' walk of the Pencoed Great Western Railway Station, and is in near proximity to the Pencoed Terra Cotta, Brick, a.nd Tile Works. The land has a large frontage to the turnpike road leading from Bridgend to Llantrisant, and is very eligible for building purposes. It is, moreover, excellent pasture. The property is copyhold of the Manor of Coity Wallia, and has appurtenant to it a right of pasture over the common lands of the manor. LOT 2—All those TWO DWELLING-HOUSES, with the gardens and premises thereto, situate in Aberkenfig, near Bridgend, and in the respective occupations of Mr James Harris and Mr Alfred Ricketts at rents of lis each per lunar month. This property has a frontage to the main road lead. in from Bridgend to Aberkenfig, and extends back to the road leading from Aberkenfig to Peny vai. It is held under .ease from John Popkin Traherne, Esq., for a term of 60years,c"mmencing the 1st of June, 1861, at an annual ground rent of 13" 6d. For further particulars apply to the Auctioneer a.t his Offices, Cowbridge or to Messrs REES and GWYN, Solicitors, Cowbridge. PRELIMINARY ANNOUNCEMENT. PEMBROKESHIRE. IMPORTANT SALE OF A FREEHOLD ESTATE. MR T. RULE OWEN has received instructions to SELL by PUBLIC AUCTION, early in October, the following FREEHOLD FAKMS, Viz BROTHER HILL FARM, about 144! acres; WAR- RKSTON, about 24* acres; and MUTTON HILL, about 18 acres, bringing in a total annual rental of The three farms lie in a ring fence, and are situate near the towns of Pembroke and Pembroke Dock, and contain some of the best land in the principality. The larm buildings are in excellent order, and War- reston is a very desirable residence for a gentleman, being most charmingly situated. The property is also well watered, and admirably served with good public roads, For further particulars see future announcements or apply to the Auctioneer, Haverfordwest; or to Messrs HOME and WILLIAMS, Solicitors, Llanelly. August 18th, 1887. 6070 ™ PEMBROKE DOCKYARD. FOR SALE BY AUCTION AT HER Majesty^s Dockyard, Pembroke-Dock, by order of the Lords Commissioners of the Admiralty, on MONDAY, September 5th, 1887, at twelve o'clock precisely, OFFAL WOOD, &c., consisting of teak pieces, slabs, edgings, elm pieces, mahogany wlabs, oak edgings, firewood, zinc ashes, grindstones, leather hoses, cotton wicks, leather (old), leather hoses, India rubber cuttings, ditto (old), glass carboys, wood trolley, anvil, carpets, table-cloths, closet pans, Ac., &c. Catalogues may be had on application to the auc. tioneer-, and t.t the Dockyard. BO WLING BROTHERS, Auctioneers to the Lords Commissioners of the Admiralty. The Royal Dockyard sales will only take place when advertised. CANTON.-Nos, 247, 249, and 257, Cowbridge-road, also the Stabling at rear, No. 22, St. John's-crescent (Primrose Villa). Nos. 55 and 57, Eldon.street. Nos. 12, 14, 16, 20, and 22, Alexauder-road, and Nos. 56, 58. and 60, Wells-street. MR MONTGOMERY is instructed to SELL the above valuable long leasehold Pro- perties by AUCTION, at the Market Hotel, Canton, on WEDNESDAY, August 31st, at 8 o'clock. Par- ticulars of the Auctioneer, 281, Cowbridge-road, Canton. 730 -u_ IVr AISH'S LIVER PILLS have been :.1. advertised 33 years in West of England and South VVales. These Pills quickly remove inaction of liver, pain under the collar-bone and between shoulders, giddiness, flatulency, pain low in right side and low 1tl back, feverishness, sickness and headache, As an Antibilious Pill they are not excelled, and the best corrective for Constipation. In Boxes, 74d. 13, and 2s 9d. By post, 15 or 33 stamps.—Kdward Maish, M.P.S., Chemist, Gotham, B'istoL Cardiff: Coleman and Co.; Newport; Mr Albert Smith Swan. sea: Mr John Davies, Cbemjsts.—Harmless, Innocent, k Wonderful. 5515 alt5 by Ruction. SALE TO-MORROW. TO EARTHENWARE DEALERS AND OTHERS, MR JOHN M. LEEDER will SELL by AUCTION, at a Store Room, situate in Gomerian-place, on THURSDAY, the 25th day of August, 1887, by order from the High Bailiff, a quan- tity of PANS, TEAPOTS, PLATES, Ac., Ac. Sale to commence at 11 a.m. Terms, cash at fall of the hammer. No reserve. Auctioneer's Offices, Oxford Chambers, Oxford- street, Swansea. 6157 SALE THIS DAL SWANSEA. SALE OF VALUABLE LEASEHOLD PROPERTIES. Situate in Walters-road, St. Helen'.s-avenue, and Rhyddinas Park-road. 1\yi ESSRS BEYNON and LEWIS have -LtJL been instructed to SELL by AUCTION (subject to snch conditions as shall be then read), at the Mack- worth Anus Hotel, Wind-street, Swansea, on WEDNESDAY, August 24th, 1887, the following valuable LEASEHOLD PROPERTIES, viz.:— I.OT 1.-(By order of the Mortgagees) all that LEASE- HOLD DWELLING-HOUSE and PREMISES, situate and being No. 90, Rhyddinas Park-road, in the occu- pation of Mr Wm. D. Crown, at the rental of 8s per week. Held for a term ot 98 years from September 23th, 1876, at the yearly ground rent of £388. LOT 2.-All that desirable and pleasantly-situated SEMI-DETACHED LEASEHOLD DWELLING- HOUSE, known as Albert Villa, and No. 73, Walters- road, situate opposite St. James's Church and Grounds, and in the occupation of Mr W. M. Jones as yearly tenant. The House contains dining, drawing, and break. fast-rooms, 5 bedrooms, dressing-room, and the us al offices, with good garden at the back, and commands a fine view of Swansea Bay, held for the term of 99 years, less three days, from December 25th, 1867, at the yearly apportioned ground rent of £9. LOT 3.-All that LEASEHOLD DWELLING- HOVSE, No. St. Helen's-avenuo, let to Mr John Smith, as weekly tenant, producing £ 18 4s per annum. Lor 4.—All that LEASEHOLD DWELLING- HOUSE, No. 36, St. Helen's-avenue, let to Mr Richard Richards, as weekly tenant, producing S15 12s per annum. LOT 5.-All that LEASEHOLD DWELLING- HOUSE, No. 37, St. Helen's-avenue, let to Mr James Watkiir,, as weekly tenant, producing B15 12s per annum. LOT 6.-All that LEASEHOLD DWELLING- HOUSE, No. 38, St. Helen's avenue, let to Mrs Bevan as quarterly tenant, at £25 per annum, exclusive of rates and taxes. Lots 3, 4, 5, and 6, together wth the dwelling- house No. 35. are held for a term of 99 years from June 24th, 1875, at the yearly ground rent of S18 Is 3d, subject to an underlease of No. 35 for the residue of the said term. less two days, at the apportioned ground rent of S3 12s 3d. The apportioned ground rent on each of the lots 3 to 6 will be B5 12s 3d. Sale to commence at Three o'clock in the Afternoon. Further particulars may be obtained upon application to Messrs Beor and Plant, Solicitors, York-place, Swansea or to the Auctioneers, Victoria. Chambers, Oxford-street, Swansea. 5960 SALE TO-MORROW. 7, ALEXANDRA TERRACE, NORTON, MUMBLES. MESSRS H. HILL &CO. have been in- structed to HELL by AUCTION on the above premises, on THURSDAY, August 25th, 1887, the whole of the well preserved HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, WASHING AND WRINGING MACHINE, and other effects, the property of a Lady leaving the neighbourhood, Comprising walnut drawing-room suite in velvet, six mahogany dining chairs in American leather, easy chair do., mahogany dining table, oak dinner wagon, mahogany Pembroke and occasional tables, walnut whatnot, brass and other window poles, damask and lace curtains, pier glasses, Brussels and felt carpets, hearthrugs, wool and cocoanut mats, oilcloth, fenders, tire irons, coal vase, clock, pictures, mahogany book shelves, a few books, &cc.; mahogany half tester and iron bedsteads, child's crib, spring ami wool mattresses, palliasses, feather beds, mahogany wash3tand with marble top, mahogany pedestal dressing tables with nine drawers, pa'nted washstands and tables, set of ware, mahogany dressing glasses with marble slab, mahogany and pamted cuest- of drawers, commodes, towei horses, cane-seated chairs, painted hanging press, mahogany wardrobe with plate-glass door and fitted with drawers and trays, hip bath, painted bedroom suite (viz., wardrobe with plate-glass door, chest of drawers, washstand with marble top and tiled back, dressing table with glass attached, towel horse, pedes- tal, and two chairs), together with the usual kitchen and culinary utensils, patent washing and wringing machine, dinner and tea services, ware, class, Ac,, Ac. Goods on view on Wednesday, August 24th, from 12.30 to 4 c'ctoek. Sale to commence at half-past Eleven o'clock in the Forenoon. Auctioneers' Offices, London House, 10, Castle-street, Swansea. 6011 SALE OF LEASEHOLD DWELLING HOUSES AND COTTAGES. MESSRS H. HILL & CO. have been instructed to SELL by AUCTION, at the Cameron Arms Hotel, High-street, Swansea, on TUESDAY, August 30th, 1887 (subject to conditions of fale which will then btl read, and in such lots as shall be determined upon), the following LEASEHOLD PROPERTIES, viz LOT 1.—All those THREE DWELLING-HOUSES and PREMISES, situate in Dunvant-place. near end of South Dock, Swansea, now in the occupation of Messrs Davies, George, and Anderson, as weekly tenants, at rents amounting to £ 78 per annnm. The whole Is held on an underlease for a term of 75 years from 1859, at an annual ground rent of jB9, which will be equally apportioned. LOT 2.-All that LEASEHOLD HOUSE and PRE- MISES, situate and being No. 21, Westbury.street, Swansea, containing six rooms, and now in the occupa- tion of Mr Dowdall, as weekly tenant, at 7s 6d, and is held for an underlease tor a term of 87 years from 29th September, 1863, at a ground rent of S2 15s per annum. LOT 3.-All that LEASEHOLD SHOP and PRE- MISES, known as the British Workman, situate in Orange-street (adjoining the Orange Tree Inn), Swansea, now let to a respectable tenant at lis 4d per week, aud is held oivlease for a term of 79 years from September, 1816, at the annual ground rent of £1 6s. LOT 4.-All those FOUR LEASEHOLD COTTAGES, conta nine four rooms each, situate in Graham-street, Hafod, Swansea, and now in the occupation of Mr W. Jenkins and others, as weekly tenants, at rents amounting to £46 16s per annum. The whole is held on lease, of which about 81 years are unexpired, at the annual ground rent of £4 17s 6d, which will be equally apportioned. LOT 5.-All those THREE LEASEHOLD COT- TAGES, situate in Pegler-street, Pentre, Brynhyfryd, containing four rooms each, and now 111 the occupation of Mr James Renfrew and others, as weekly tenants, at rents amounting to £23 8s per annum. The above are held for a term of 999 years from lt83, and will be sold subject to an apportioned ground rent of £1 4s each house. Sale to commence at seven o'clock in the evening. For further particulars apply to the Auctioneers, at their Offices. 10, Castle-street, Swansea. 6057 TREBANOG FAWR, PENDERYN, BRECONSHIRE, Distant V. mile from Hirwain Station, on the Great Western Railway. IMPORTANT SALE OF FAT LAMBS, SHEEP, CATTLE, HORSES, PIGS, Ac., &c. MR MEREDITH DAVIES has been favoured with instructions from John Jenkins, Esq., to SELL by PUBLIC AUCTION, at the above- named place, on TUESDAY, .August 30th, 1887, the whole of the STOCK, consisting of 100 cross bred fat lambs and 40 monntain wethers, excellent quality; 150 ewes in forward con- dition aud healthy, all to be sold in lots to suit pur. chasers; 6 excellent Hereford cows in calf, 1 do Ayrshire do do 4 cows with calf at footr—all good milchers, 2 fat cows, 4 two-year-old heifers in calf, 4 two-year-old steers, 4 yearling do, 4 yearling heifers aU of the above young cattle are of the Herefoed breed 15 horses and ponies of good quality 12 store pigs, 1 sow a.nd seven litters, and 6 porkers. Four months' credit will be given on approvad security, on B5 and upwards, or discount of 6d in the £ will be allowed for cash. n Luncheon on the tables at 12 o clock, Sale to com- mence at 1 sharp. Lamb and Flag, Glyn Neath, August 12th, 1837. 6134 GELLI HOUSE, near MAESTEG, Situate lmile from Cymmer Station, on the Llymi and Ogmore Railway, and 4 miles from Maesteg. SALE OF SHEEP, CATTLE, HORSES, Ac. MR MEREDITH DAYIES has been favoured with instructions from Gwilym T. Jenkins, Esq., to SELL by PUBLIC AUCTION, at the above named place, on TUESDAY, September 6th, 1887, the following LIVE STOCK: 220 SHEEP, viz., 100 four-year-old wethers, fit for the butcher 60 mountain ewes, 60 lambs. 21 HEAD OF CATTLE, viz., 4 cows in full proSt, 2 barren cows in forward condition, 6 two-year-old Here- ford steers, 5 two-year-old cross-bred Durham a.nd shorthorn steers, 4 two-year-old heifers in calf. HORSES, viz., 1 cob, 14.2 hands high, four-year. oid, quiet under saddle and in harness 2 yearling colts, 1 sucker. IMPLEMENTS, viz., 1 horse rake, 3 swing ploughs. Six months' credit on approved security to pur- chasers of £5 and upwards, or discount for cash at the rate of 5 per cent per annum. Refreshments at 12 o'clock. Sale to commence at 1.30 sharp. Trains leave Bridgend at 9 a.m. and 12.25 p.m., arriving a.t Cymmer at 9.42 a.m. and 1.10 p.m. The Glyncorrwg train will leave top of incline for Cymmer at 8 a.m. and 12 noon. Lamb and Flag Inn, Glynneath, August Wth, 1887. TALYFEDW FARM, COEDFRANK, 2i miles from Neath and 1 mile from Dynevor Station, G.W.R. MESSRS LEWIS BROTHERS are instructed by Mr P. M. Fisher to SELL by AUCTION, at the above-named Farm, on FRIDAY, August 26th, 1887, the whole of the Excellent LIVE HTOCK, WELL-SAVED CROPS, Ac., Comprising 19 head of cattle of superior quality, three draught horses, pony, colt, donkey, two neks of prime clover hay, about 12 tons, nine ricks of black oats, nine ricks of white oa.ts, five ricks of barley, and six ricks of bedding, double plough, threshing machine, etc. Sale to commence at One p.m. precisely. The usual terms of credit. The root crops will be sold on a future date, due notice of which will be given. Neath, August 13th, 1887. 6068 NEATH. MESSRS LEWIS BROTHERS are in- -IM. structed by Mr Evan Williams, of the Blue Bell Inn, to SELL by AUCTION, on the Gnoll Park, Neath, on THURSDAY, September 1st, 1887, the whole of the well-selected LIVE STOCK, HAY, Ac., comprising 250 sheep (130 fat and 120 store), 11 fat cattle, 3 cows and calves, 2 cows near calving, 5 young cattle, 6 useful cart and cob horses, 3 ricks of prime meadow hay, 12 tons, 8 tons, and 5 tons respectively capital spring trap and a set of silver.mounted harness. Sale to commence at 1 p.m. prompt. Further particulars and terms of sale may be ha.d of the Auctioneers, Neath. 6083 WINDSOR CASTLE BLUE. Linen of Snowy Whitenm jgJLECTRIC BLACK LEAD. A rapid, brilliant polish No Housekeeper should be without these matchless articles. May be had of all Grocers, Ac. Gold Medals 1882 Paris 1885. SMITH & QREGQHY, Blue and Black Lead Works, Briatol. Qlij | j ub lie Notices, N 0 T- I 0 E. OPENING OF THE NEW ROATH DOCK. The LADY MARGARET and CHRISTOPHER THOMAS will LEAVE the PONTOON at 9 a.m. in- stead of 10.15, as previously advertised. Should parties be late they can go on board at the Roath Basin. AN COLLIERY PROVIDENT T SOCIETY, CAERPHILLY.—This is to Give Notice that the above Society was RE-STARTED on Saturday Evening, August 6th, 1887. when all old members will be considered entitled to it as hereto- fore.—Edward Jones, Sec., Van-road, Caerphilly. 862 mo THE OVERSEERS of the POOR of X the PARISH of LLANDAFF. in the COUNTY ot GLAMORGAN, and to the SUPERINTENDENT of POLICE for the Kibbor District in the said county, I, JOHN NEWMAN HAMMETT, now residing at No. 3, Brook Villas, in the Parish of Whitchurch, in the County ot Glamorgan, do HEREBY GIVE NOTICE that it is my intention to apply at the adjourned general annual licensing meeting, to be holden at the Police-court at Llandaff, in the division of Kibbor, in the said county, on the 12th day of September next ensuing, for a provisional grant of a license to hold any excise license or licenses to sell by retail, under the Intoxicating Liquor Licensing Act, 1828, all intoxicating liquors, to be consumed either on or off the house and premises thereunto belonging about to be constructed on land at the junction of Flint-street and Merthyr- road, Maindy, in the Parish of Llandaff, in the County of Glamorgan, in which, I, the said John Newman Hammett, have an interest. Given under my hand this 4th day of August, 1887. 6144 JOHN NEWMAN HAMMETT. TO WILLIAM BROCK, one of the JL OVERSEERS of the POOR of the PARISH of CADOXTON-JUXTA-BARRY, in the County of Gla- morgan, und to the Superintendent of Police of the Dynas Powis District, in the County of Glamorgan aforesaid, Thomas James Wake, of Canton, Cardiff, in the County of Glamorgan aforesaid. I, BENJAMIN HODDINOTT, now residing at No. 21, St. John's-crescent, Canton, in the Parish of St. John the Baptist, in the Town of Cardiff, in the County of Glamorgan aforesaid, Slate and Timber Merchant, HEREBY GIVE YOU NOTICE that it is my intention to APPLY at the General Annual Licensing Meeting for the Hundred of Dynas Powis aforesaid, to be holden at the Police-court, St. Nicholas, in the said County of Glamoigan, on the 7th day of September Next ensuing, for the PROVISIONAL GRANT of a LICENCE to hold an Exciss Licence for the Sale by Retail of Spirits, Wine, Beer, Porter, Cider, Perry, and other Intoxicating Liquors, to be drumc or con- sumed on or off u, certain House and the Premises thereunto belonging, in course of construction for the purpose of being used as a House for the Sale of In- toxicating Liquors, to be consumed on or off such Pre- mises, situate at Barry-road, in the Parish of Cadoxton- juxta-Barry, in the County of Glamoigan aforesaid, of which I am the Lessee, and which I intend to keep as an Inn, Alehouse, or Victualling House. Given under my hand this 8th day of August, 1837. bUS BENJAMIN HODDINOTT. ENTRIES CLOSE MONDAY, SEPT. 5th. rraE CARDIFF AND SOUTH WALES X HORSE SHOW. Acknowledged to be the largest and best Provincial Show in England, will be held in the SOPHIA GARDENS PARK, CARDIFF, ON WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 21 aDd 22, 1887. £800 IN PRIZES, FOR RIDING, DRIVING, AND JUMPING. HUNTERS (including B40 for 1st prize in the light and heavy weight classes S200 HACKS and SADDLE HORSES £100 HARNESS HORSES JS100 CART HORSES £100 ENTIRE HORSES £00 .TUMPING £100 TROTTING B30 There will be, in addition to these, a. Champion Prize of B20 for best Hunter in Show, and extra prizes for horses under saddle and harness, confined to the South Wales district. Prize List, Rules, and Forms of Entry, upon applica- tion. D. T. ALEXANDER (Stephenson and Alexander), Cardiff, 5839 Honorary Secretary. THE ABERGAVENNY HORSE SHOW JL AND AGRICULTURAL ASSOCIATION. PRESIDENT FOR THE YEAR :— The Most Hon. the MARQUESS of ABER. GAVENNY, K.G. THE ANNUAL EXHIBITION OF HUNTERS. HARNESS HORSES, PONIES, and SHOW of STOCK, will take place in BAILEY PARK, ABERGAVENNY, On THURSDAY, the 15th SEPTEMBER, 1887, When Prizes to the value of S500 Will be offered for Competition. For Revised Prize List, Entry Forms, Ac., apply to the Secretary, Mr JAMES STRAKER, 6064 Auctioneer, Abergavenny. RHONDDA AND SWANSEA BAY RAILWAY. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that the TENTH HALF-YEARLY ORDINARY GENERAL MEETING of the Proprietors of the Rhondda and Swansea Bay Railway Company will be held at the Mackworth Arms Hotel, Swansea, on SATURDAY, the 27th day of August inst., at Twelve o'clock at Noon, for the general purposes of the undertaking. The TRANSFER BOOKS will be CLOSED from the 13th inst. to tSe 27th inst.. both days inclusive, AND NOTICE IS HEREBY FURTHER GIVEN that, after the ordinary business of the said meeting is concluded, such meeting will be made Special or Extra- ordinary for he purposes of considering the expedi- ency of creating and issuing, and if it should be thought expedient, to create and issue Preference Shares under the provisions of the Rhondda and Swansea Day Railway Acts, 1883 and 1885. JOHN J. JENKINS, Chairman. H. S. LUDLOW, Secretary. Swansea, August 11th, 1887. 6065 CARDIFF CRICKET CLUB. ESTABLISHED 1837. GRAND PRIZE DRAWING ON ART UNION PRINCIPLES. OVER 100 PRIZES 1st Prize—Upright GrandPianoforte, value 60 Guineas. 2nd.. Suite of Bedroom Furniture ..25 „ 31"(1.. Gold Watch £15 4th" Electro.pla.ted Tea and Coffee Service jB5 5th.. Cricketer's Outfit S5 b Prizes, value £1 each; 50. value IOs; 50, value 5s. TICKETS SIXPENCE EACH. His Worship the MAYOR of CARDIFF (Sir MORGAN MORGAN) will preside at the Public Drawing, to be held at the Park Hall, Cardiff, on SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER24th, 1887, full particulars of which will be duly announced. The Winning Num. bers will be published in the South Wales Daily News and the Western Mail of September 26th, 1887. W. L. YORATH, W. A. MORGAN, VHon. Sees. J. G. CLARK. > T. FARRANCE, Hon. Treasurer. Offices-76, St. Mary.street, Cardiff. 5910 THE WYNDHAM ARCADE, leading JL from the important thoroughfare of Samt Mary, street to the Hayes Bridge, IS NOW OPEN FOR BUSINESS. It is the widest, and contains the largest shops, in Cardiff, and is, therefore, suited for a heavier kind of business than most arcade premises. For shops apply to the Secretary, 8, Working-street, Cardiff. 6046 :ltgal Hates. JOHN THOMAS, DECEASED. NOTICE.—All PERSONS having any CLAIMS upon or against the Estate of John Thomas, late of the Lamb Inn, Briery.hill, Ebbw Vale, in the County of Monmouthshire, deceased, are required to send particulars thereof to the undersigned on or before the th day of September, 1887. JOHN BRISCOE, 6147 Lamb Inn, Ebbw Vale. gAGOSlNE OILS (LUBRICATING). RAGOSINE & CO., LONDON AND MOSCOW, SOLE MAKERS AND VENDORS. BRANCH :-No. 4, PEARSON-PLACE, CARDIFF, W, BERTRAM, MANAGER. N.B,— Beware of Inferior Oils offered as "Bagosine." Address all inquiries to tho above. 6086 A FACT WORTH iUNO.Wii.NG BKKCHAM'S PILLS Are admitted by thousands to be worthabwa A GFUINKA a BOX for bilious and nervous disorders, such as wind pain in the stonftch, sick headache, giddiness fullness and swelling after meals, dizziness and drowsiness, coid chills, flushings of heat, loss of appetite, WI"DU8IhOf breath, costiveness, scurvy, and blotches on the skin disturbed sleep, frightful dreams, aud all nervous; and trembling sensations, Ac., &c. Every sufferer is earnestly invited to try ooe Box of these Pills, and thov will be acknowledged to ue WORTH A GUINEA A BOX. For Females of all ages these Pills. aro invaluable. No female should be without them. There is no medicine to be found to equal Beecbam's Pills for removing any obstructions or irregularity of the system. If taken ac- cording to the directions given with each box, they will soon restore females of ages to sound tutu robust health For a weak stomach, unpaired digestion, and orders of the Liver, they act llfco MAGIC, and a few doses will be found to work wonders upon the most important organs in the human machine. They strengthen the whole tnnscuiar system, restore the long- 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 admitted by thousands embracing all classes of society, and one of the best guarantees to the Ner sous and Debilitated is Beecham'sPills. They hav&the largest sale of any patent medicine in the world Prepared only by the Proprietor, T. BBKCHAM 0heimat, 5t. Helen's, Lancashire, in Boxes at Is l £ d and 2s 9d er i. Sold by all Patent Medicine Dealers in the United Kincdom. 2108 i V B. Fun nire tionn Q, srivnn with "neb bnx 2378 I. ONE BOX OF CLARKE'S B 41 PILLS iq warranted to cure all discharges from the urinary organs in either sex, acquired or constitutional, gravel, and pain?: in the back. Sold in boxes, 4s 6d each, bv all chemists and patent medicine vendors; or Rent to any address for 60 stamps by the makers, The L'ncoln and Midland Counties'Drug Co mpany, Lincoln Wholesale Agents Barclay find Sons, London, and aU the wholesale teouses. 1003 dftitraittftt. CARDIFF. ST. CATHERINE'S, CARDIFF. A FIRST-CLASS SCHOOL FOR GIRLS. 12703 ——— 1489 PRINCIPAL—MISS TULLIS. School-House.No. 3, Paik-place Residence (Private & for Boarders)..No. 11, Park-place. Amongst the examination successes of the year are- Cardiff University College, Scholarship of £ 30 a year for three years; London University, Three Matricula- tions (First-class) Cambridge Junior. Three First-ci.>*s Honours, one Third, six Passes. (Of the 2,300 gills examined, only 16 were placed in the first division of the first class, of whom two were pupils of St. Cathe- rine's.) All public examinations are optional. NEXT TERM BEGINS FRIDAY, 16th. HARROW HOUSE SCHOOL, ROATH JH. CARDIFF. PRINCIPALS The Misses MARKS, as&istedby Efficient Teachers. Pupils bave been successfully prepared for the Examinations of the University of Cambridge, the College of Preceptors, the Royal Academy, etc. The House is large, and pleasantly situated, with a good recreation ground. The health and comfort boarders receive special attention. Moderate fe. Next term commences September 15th. 10903 5873 ST. OLAVE;S SCHOOL FOR GIRLS. No. 20, WIND>OR-PLACE, CARDIFF. PRINCIPAL—Mrs PHILLIPS (née Miss Furse), Certificated, Cambridge, with honours. Referees—Miss Kendall, head-mistress of Howell's School, Llandaff Rev C. J. Thompson, Vicar of St. John's, Cardiff Rev Chancellor Woods. Sully Rectory, Rev W. Bruce (late Canon of Llandaff Cathedral); Rev H. 'ihompson, Rural Dean of Windsor. NEXT TERM WILL BEGIN ON TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 6TH. Prospectus on application. 6127 ST. MARY'S HALL SCHOOL, PARK- GROVE. PRINCIPAL-ALEXANDER LOW. Pupils are prepared for the Universities, the Univer- sity Local, College of Preceptors, and other examina- tions. During the past year pupils from this school have gained—1 Scholarship at Cardiff University Col- lege, 20 certificates, 2 first class, 7 second class, and 2 special certificates at College of Precaptors' examina- tions. In College of Preceptors' Midsummer examina- tion a. pupil of this school was first of all the candidates examined in Algebra. 5978 NEXT TERM will begin on THURSDAY, Sept. 1st. MONKTON HOUSE SCHOOL, TRE- JL'tJL DEGARVILLE, CARDIFF. PRINCIPAL H. SHEWBROOKS, B.A. Pupils prepared for the Universities, the Univerity Local, Civil Service, and other examinations. NEXT TERM WILL COMMENCE TUESDAY, SEPT. 13th. Prospectuses may be obtained from Mr Wm. Lewis, Duke-street, Cardiff, till Sept. 9th; after that date from the Principal. 96 QT MARGARET'S, RICHMOND-ROAD, O CARDIFF.—SCHOOL for GIRLS, and Prepara- tory Class for Boys under ten years, Principal: Mrs Simpson, Government Certificated Teacher First Class. Pupils prepared for public examinations, &c.; boys specially prepared for advanced schools. Large and well-ventilated schoolrooms. Vacancies for boarders. Next Term commences Monday, September 12tb. 5935 KENSINGTON HOUSE, JLY. WINDSOR-PLACE, CARDIFF. BOARDING & DAY SCHOOL FOR GIRLS. Principals The Misses HARVEY. 670 PENARTH. ENARTH LODGE, PENARTH.— JL HERBERT FIELD, M.A., receives the sons of gentlemen as boarders and day scholars below the age ot 14, and also gives private tuition preparatory to the Universities and Professions. TERM BEGINS SEPT. 15th. 161 PREPARATORY SCHOOL FOR BOYS. JL Mr JOSEPH SUGG WILL OPEN on TUESDAY, Sept, 6th, 1887, at HASLAND HOUSE, 18, WEST- BOURNE-ROAD, PENARTH. Prospectus on appli- cation. IVy TOR, WESTBOURNE ROAD, JL PENARTH. — SCHOOL FOR GIRLS — Miss WHITE will re-commence duties on September 15th. Four resident Pupils will be received. Application by letter until September 7th. 6123 COWBRIDGE. GR EAT HO USE S C HO ° L. PRINCIPALS Mrs and Misses CULVERWELL. Pupils prepared for all Local Examinations. During the past year 43 Certificates have been obtained from Royal Academy, Trinity College, and College of Pre. ceptors. Duties resumed 17th September. 1024-7833 » SWANSEA. ARNOLD COLLEGE.—Boarders and day -CjL scholars successfully prepared for business, and all preliminary examinations.—-—Edgar Williams, B.D., Principal. 5472 13018 OT, HELEN'S LODGE, BRYNYMOR- O ROAD, SWANSEA.—GIRLS' BOARDING AND DAY SCHOOL. Head Mistress, Miss Garlick, A.C.P., assisted by English resident Governesses (certificated) and visiting Masters. Pupils prepared for any exami- nation. The house is well situated five minutes' walk from beach and parks. The Next Term will commence Monday, September 12th. 569 MUMBLES. THISTLEBOON HOUSE SCHOOL.— JL Established 1840. Principal—M. H. NEWMAN, M.A., Oxon (late Exhibitioner of his College), with Assistant Masters. Boys received from seven upwards. Fees moderate, and vary according to age. No illness during last seven years. Next term commences Sep- tember 14th. 840 NEATH. "VTEATH.—PROPRIETARY SCHOOL. Higher Education.—Application for terms, &c., to Archdeacon of Llandaff, or Headmaster, Neath. 5902 MAESYCWMMER. THE SOUTH WALES SCHOOL FOR JL GIRLS, SUMMERFIELD HALL, MAESYCWMMEB, CARDIFF. PRINCIPAL—Mrs NICHOLLS. F.S.Sc, (London), Gold and Silver Medallist. (Under distinguished patronage, and in union with Trinity College, London, a.nd toe Society of Science, Arts, and Letters, London). Girls are admitted into this school from 10 to 20 years of age, and are educated for businesses, profes- sions, or home life. Their success at the University and other public examinations proves that good work is being done in this school. This last year alone 116 certificates have been gained. with many honours and distinctions. Tile rls have passed in as many as 12 subjects, including German, French, mathematics, literature, drawing, music, book- keeping, geometry, perspective, and everything useful. A bronze medal was also awarded at the International Exhibition (Science and Art) for painting, and 13 cer- tificates of merit for drawing and various kinds of needlework. At the recent examination, the Examiners (London) said:—"The wort done by this school is exceedingly good and creditable to the PrincipaL" "Arithmetic Excellent" and Scripture Excellent." £100 per annum is given in Scholarships, and £100 to JB180 in prizes. Over 200 testimonials from the parents of pupils in all parts of Wales, Monmouth, Gloucester, Cornwall,. Ac. "A school to suit the times, good, cheap, and comfort- able."— Vide Press. Fees for boarders, including tuition, scholarships, prizes, and preparation for any University Examination, the guineas per term. Day pupils, one guinea. 6059 HEREFORD. HEREFORD LADIES' COLLEGE JLJL COMPANY, LIMITED. The County of Hereford is celebrated for ita salu- brity, and exeellent Masters for Accomplishments are engaged. Terms for Boarders under 12 years of age, 20 Guineas per annum ditto, above 12 years of age, 30 Guineas per annum. The next term commences Tuesday, September 20th. For Prospectuses apply to Mrs Jacob, the Lady Principal, Hereford; or to the Secretary, MrMaddison, Ledbury. 1087 NEWPORT. QOIILEG I AT E S CHOOL. OAKFLELD, CAERAU PARK, NEWPORT (For Day Boys and Boarders). PRINCIPALS—G. BURGESS HUGHES, M.A., late Exhibitioner of Worcester College, Oxford; First Class Mathematical Finals; First B.Sc., London. E. J. NEWELL, M.A., late Exhibition r of Worcester College, Oxford; Exhibitioner-Elect of Balliol; Second CI3bs, Classical Moderations; Second Class, Classical Finals. MASTER OF MODERN LANGUAGES — PROFESSOR BARBIER, University College, Cardiff. Boarders are under the personal supervision of the Principals and the Lady Superintendent, MRS J. HUGHES. Excellent residence and school buildings, admirably situated. Moderate Fees. Next term begins September 13. For prospectuses apply to the Principals. 5816 MONMOUTH. PREPARATORY SCHOOL FOR BOYS, L ST. JOHN'S, MONMOUTH—Principal, MRS MARSHALL. Referees—Head Master of the Grammar School and of puplls. 417 NORTH TAWTON. NORTH DEVON. TAWTON SCHOOL PATRON—The Earl of PORTSMOUTH A thoroughly useful and practical education, with preparation for various examinations. Boarders from B21 per annum. 1076 Prospectus and honour list from the Head Master. DEVON. DEVON COUNTY SCHOOL.—NEXT TERM will begin on September 19th. Several boys have obtained scholarships at Trinity, St John's, Christ's, and other Collages "at Cambridge.—Address Rev. -T. H. Thompson, M.A., West Buckland, South Molton, North Devon. A steamer goes from Swansea to Dfracorabe, from which the school is easily accessible. 499 STAFFORDSHIRE. TETTENHALL COLLEGE, STAFFORD- JL SHIRE. Tho NEXT TERM WILL COMMENCE on TUES- DAY, 20th SEPTEMBER NEXT. For particulars with respect to Terms, Scholarships, and for Lists of Honour ftpply to the Qettd Master. (Mufsiion. CHEPSTOW. CHEPSTOW GRAMMAR SCHOOL. I A High-class Private School. Prepares for all examinations; business professional life. Many suc- cesses :— Languages, scienc surveying, athletics, swimming. Fine situation moderate cost. G. Dewd ney, B.A., H. Dewdney. B.A. 322 SMAUR COLLEGE.-Principals: The O. Misses THOMAS; highest references; great succe-s in examinations beautiful recreation grounds terms moderate and inclusive. Vacancy for Governess Student. Next Term September 15th. 570 TREDEGAR. rjlREDEGAR GRAMMAR SCHOOL. HEAD MASTER: J. S. GRANT, Jesus College, Oxford (late Second Master of the Abergavenny Grammar School.) NEXT TERM COMMENCES SEPTEMBER 13. For prùpectuses apply to the Head Master. 573 CHELTENHAM. CHELTENHAM GRAMMAR SCHOOL. NEXT TERM BEGINS on SEPTEMBER 6th. An examination for Entrance Scholarships will be held on September 6th and 7th. Apply to the Head Master. 6048 NOR T HAMPTON HOUSE COLLEGIATE SCHOOL, CHELTENHAM. PRINCIPAL. Rev. W. BAR WELL, assisted by F. Hartley, Esq., 8.A., B. Ing., and several other tutors. Superior education, with careful moral training. B', students may attend the shorthand and land surveyinjt classes. Mr W. P. Winter, who recently distinguished himself in the London Matriculation as the first in Wales and the eighteenth in honours in Great Britain, was educated nine years in this school. Excellent accommodation for boarders, with moderate and incln. sive terms. The Christmas term will commence on September 13th. 1887. 5988 BRISTOL. MINING AND TECHNICAL DEPART- MENT. MERCHANT VENTURERS' SCHOOL, BRISTOL (Formerly the Bristol Mining School). New buildings and complete equipments have recently been prlJyided for this es ablishment. In addition to the instruction in mining and the applied sciences which has been hitherto offered, an annual course on Practical Mining is given hy Mr William Morgans, one of the Examiners for Mine Mana- gers' Certificates, and Mr J. Sparkes, of the Kingswood Collieries, gives weekly instruction in Mining Practice and Surveying in these pits, by the kind permission of the proprietor, Handel Cossham, Esq., M.P. Courses of instruction are also provided for those who are engaged in the constructive trades, or 111 manufactures. The Chemical and Metallurgical Laboratories are open to those who, not being students of the school, desire to study practical chemistry, analysis, or assaying. Workshops fitted up with tools and appliances for the practical study of pattern making and metal work- ing are also open to the general public as well as to students of the school. There is also in the same establishment a school of applied science for boys, whicn affords a suitable preparation for those whom it is intended to place in the Mining School or Laboratory. The NEXT SESSION COMMENCES on MONDAY, 3rd October, 1887 For all particulars ayply to the Treasurer, Merchants' Hall, Bristol. 6109 Jablic ^ppoxnimmts. LANGAN AND ST. MARY HILL JLJ SCHOOL BOAUD. WANTED, CERTIFICATED MISTRESS mixed school; average, 30 salary, S40 and half grant earned. School opens September 5th. Applications to be in by August 29th.—Address Hon. Clerk, Llangan Rectory, BridgencL 6C8<t pONTYPRD UNION. FEMALE SUPERINTENDENT OF LABOUR. The Guardians of this Union will, at a meeting to be held on the 7th of September next, proceed to the APPOINTMENT" of a person to till the office of FEMALE SUPERINTENDENT OF LABOUR at the Workhouse, at a salary of B20 per aunum, with rations, washing, and apartments. Candidates must be single, or widows without encumbrance, between the ages of 28 and 45 years, and able to read ar.d write. The persol1 appointed will be required to superintend the Laundry and Washhouse, and assist the Matron enerally, as required. Applications in candidates' handwriting, stating ae, present and previous occupations, and accompanied oy recent testimonials, to be sent to me by Monday, August 29th. E. C. SPICKETT, Clerk to tbe Guardians. Pontypridd, August 12th, 1887. 5982 « £ JOROMANDEL" TEA. r SAMPLES JlREE AT JJOPKINS'S IJIEA COUNTER IN THE JJ AYES, pRICE 28 6D PER LB., WORTH 4s. THE FINEST TEA GnOWN. SOLE AGENT FOR ENGLAND. 6031 G. A. STONE & Co., COMPLETE FUNERAL FURNISHERS EVERY REQUISITE FOR FUNERALS OF ALL CLASSES. Proprietors of Cars, Hearses, Shellibiers, superb Flemish Horses, Coaches, Broug hams, and every necessary equipment for Funerals. PRICE LIST ON APPLICATION. ——— 2956 10, 11, & 12, WORKING STREET, CARDIFF. TO STEAM USERS AND OTHERS. G. F. ARDEN AND SONS, OIL, TALLOW REFINERS, AND GREASE MANUFAOTURERS. Manchester, bave OPENED A BRANCH WAREHOUSE At ARCH No. 24, L. and N.W.R. STATION, TOP OF EAST BUTE DOCK, Where they have always on hand a large stock of LUBRICATING,CYLINDER, GAS ENGINE, and COLZA OILS, TALLOW, GREASES, SOFT SOAP, WASTE, kc., Which they can deliver at the shortest notice. Branch Manuger—G. M. DANIEL. Office-US, Bute Docks. 5845 W. E. VAIJGHAN AND CO STEAM DYEING & SCOURING WORKS, LLANDAFF ROAD" CARDIFF. BRANCH ESTABLISHMENTS: 77, CROCKHERBTOWN, ) rAT?nT™. 248, BUTE-STREET, f CARDIFF. 11, WINDSOK-ROAD, PENARTH. 53, COMMERCIAL-STREET, NEWPORT 83, HIGH.STREET, MERTHYR. 27, CASTLE-STREET, SWANSEA Orders received and Parcels forwarded to Works carriage free, by the following AGENTS:— Aberavon Mrs Morgan, Talbot Square. Aberdare Mrs Eschle, Commercial-place. Aberkenfig—Mr W. H. Hitchings, Grocer Blaeuavon .Mr J. Harris, London House. Blaina ..Mrs Collins High-street. Brecon Mrs S. A. Wotton, 10, High-street Bridgend Mr Woodward, grocer, Notton-street Briton Ferry ..Mr D. L. Jones, Villiers-st. Brynmawr Mrs Hicks, Beaufort House. Cowbridge .Mrs Rogers, Fancy Repository Llandilo Mr J. Lockyer, County Press. Nantymoel—Mr E. David, Cambrian House. Ney land Messrs Bidalecome, London House Newcastle Emlyn Mr E. T. Davies, Bridge-street. Pembroke Dock, M. S. Cole, 10, Dimond-street Rhondda—„.Mrj. H. Thomas, Tailor Porth. St. W, Lewis, tailor. Cross-square Tenby. Miss Eynon, Confectioner, 1 Crackwells. Usk Mr Jones. Grocer Bridge-street 1000 E PPS'S GRATEFUL AND COMFORTING, (BREAKFAST) MADE SIMPLY WITH C 0 C 0 A. BOILING WATER OR MILK. 3911 IMPORTANT.-One Box of theLX.L. Pills JL are guaranteed to cure all private cases and compli- cations of the urinary organs, whether acauired or otherwise. Also Gravel and Pains in the Back Sent post free for 4s by Proprietor, G. D. Horton, M.P.S (from. he General Hospital), Aston-road, Birmingham. Agents Cardiff-A. Hacon, Chemist, 39, Bridge-st. Merthyr—Wills, Chemist, Pontmorlais and Georgetown. Swansea—Lloyd Chemist, Oxford-street Newport—Young, Chemist, High-street. N.B.—Havt never.beea QOJfD,Q tau Lo txtf. QII (Esntrsiims. DAILY SERVICE between WESTON and CARDIFF by the Saloon Steamer LADY MARGARET (Wind, weather, and circumstances permitting). AUG.—From CARDIFF. AUG.—From WESTON. Wed 24—8.^0,11.0 am, and I Wed 24-9.45 am, 12.15 and b.45 pm 9.0 pm Thur 25—9.30 am, and 1.30 I Thurs 25—11.50 am, and pm 7.15 pm Fri 26-9.45 am, and .3.30 I Fri 26—12,0 and 7.45 pm pm Full particular see bills and local time tables. For special arrangements of Excursion parties, or for hire of passenger steamers etc., apply to Edwards, Robertson, and Co., Bute Docks, Cardiff. 4521 EXCURSIONS FROM CARDITFT JLL< (Wind, weather, and circumstances permitting.) THURSDAY, August 25th, by EARL OF JKRSEY. TO WATCHET, MINEH KAD, AND ILFRACOMBE. Leave Cardiff 7.0 a.m. Ilfracombe, 5.0 p.m., calling at Watchet and Mineheadand off Lynmou. h to and fro. Fares—To Weston, Is 6d and 2s Burnham, 2s and 3s; Watchet. 2s 6d; Minehead, 3s; Lynmouth and Ilfracombe, 3: fed and 4s 6(1; Bridgwater (whole day), 2s and 3s; Evening Trip, Is 6d. Tickets available to return either day, 2s extra. 6073 472e 105, Bute.road, Cardiff- BY ORDER. MARINE EXCURSIONS FROM NEWPORT AND CARDIFF TO ILFRA- COMBE, by the New Clyde-built Royal Mail Saloon Steaner WAVERLEY, the Greydound of the Bristol Channel (weather and circumstances permitting). THURSDAY, August 2bth, NEWPORT to CLEVE. DON and ILFRACOMBli, leaving Newport at 9.15 a.m., Clevedon "t 10.15 a.m. Returning from Ilfra- combe at 6 p.m., Clevedoa 9.15 p.m. Fares: Clevedon, to and fro, 2s and Is 6d; Ilfra. combe, 5s and 3s bd. WEDNESDAY, August 31st, CARDIFF and WESTON to ILFRACOMBE, leaving Caidiff at 8.30 a.m., Weston at 9.30 a.m., rcturnin from Ilfracombe 3 pm., Weston 6 p.m. Fares, to and fro, 5s and 3s 6d. Tourist tickets for Ilfracombe, available for one month, at a fare and a half. Special arrangements for lare parties. Band aud refreshments on board. 469e 6000 For tickets and particulars apply on board, or at the offices of the company, 7, St. Stephen-street, Bristol. SUMMER TOURS IN SCOTLAND. GLASGOW and the HIGHLANDS (Royal Route, via Crinan and Caledoni in Canals). The Royal Mail Steamers COLUMBA or IONA sail from GLASGOW DAILY at 7 a.m.. from GREENOCK at 9 a.m., in connection with Express Trains from Cardiff and the South, conveying passengers for Oban, Fort William, Inverness, Lochawe, Skye, Gairloch, Staffa, Iona, Glencoe, Islay, Stornoway, <fcc. Official Guide, 3d Illustrated, 6d and Is. Time bills with map and fares free by post from the owner, David Macbrayne, 119, Hope-street, Glasgow 303e—4603 Insurance. Hi WHITTINGTON LIFE -i. ASSURANCE COMPANY. 58, MOORGATE-STREET, LONDON, E,C. Funds in hand and Subscribed Capital as on 31st December, 1886 £245,998 Total Annual Income 57^434 Claims paid from commencement to 31st Decem- her. 188o, exceed FOUR HUNDRED THOUSAND POUNDS. Total Abstainers insured in a Separate Section. 3070 Agents wanted. ALFRED T. BOWSER, Manager. ^nblicatious. Now Ready, 2s: Small 8vo. Cloth 80 Illustrations. Every grown-up person should possess a copy and study it."—The Metropolitan. ELEMENTARY BANDAGING AND SURGICAL DRESSING. WITH DIRECTIONS CONCERNING THE IMMEDIATE TREATMENT OF CASES OF EMERGENCY, BY WALTER PYE, F.R. C. S., Surgeon to St. Mary's Hospital. Has been adopted by the St. John Ambulance Association. Very complete, well illustrated, and entirely free from any sort of clap-trap. Quite a model elementary pocket manual.British Jfedical Journal. "Plainly and clearly written, aud well illustrated."— The Nctropolitan 1057 BRISTOL JOHN WRTGHT & CO., STONE BRIDGE. _LONDON TRUBNER & CO., LUDGA.TK HiLL. n_ To the Young Men of England who Suffer from Nervous Debility. Just Published. THE CONFESSIONS & EXPERIENCE JL OF AN INVALII>, designed as a Warning and a Caution to others supplying at the same time the means of Self Cure, by cue who has cured himself after undergoing the usual amount of Medical Imposition and Quackery. Single copies may be had (post free) by sending a stamped addressed envelope to the author, Arthur Dixon, Esq., Hounslow, near London. 12973 4857 QARTON'S pRIZE "FYJEDAL Å LES. CRAS. GARTON AND CO. Beg leave to announce that their Prize Medal and other Ales are now supplied Direst from their Stores at R. BURTON AND SONS, CANAL WHARF, SOUTH CHURCH-STREET, CARDIFF. Per Gallon. PALE ALE.1/6 to 1/8 MILD „ 1/2 to 1/6 I GOLDEN ALE i/2\ LIGHT BITTER ALE 1/. I Brewed especially for private families, and recommended for their absolute 1 purity, delicacy of flavour, and I valuable tonic properties. J to 1/4 In Nine and Eighteen Gallon Casks. ——— 3916 THE BREWERY, BRISTOL. rjlEETH TEETH TEETH Prise Madal London, 1862. Gold Medal, Pkris, 1867 MR K E ALL, SURGEON DENTIST (31 Years' Experience; 21 Years in Swansea) 199, HIGH. STREET, SWANSEA (Just below the Great Western Railway Station), Begs to intimate that he can produce a perfectly fitting Set of Teeth in one clear day. The very best workman- ship guaranteed. Painless Dentistry by Gas. Partial Sets from 5s per Tooth Upper or Lower Set- rom Two Guineas. KEALL'S TONIC AND NEURALGIC MIXTURE, j Sure and Swedv Cure for Neuralgia, Tic Dolorous TMiftntrm Toothache, and all Nervous Pains. Is lid and 2s 9d per Bottle. Through any Chemist Munday, Cardiff; Garrett, Bros., Newport; J. G. Isaac K. C. Evans. Cardigan. 1058 ET EATH ,S piANOFOETESj o II G A N S, and H ARM 0 N I U M S, HEATH AND gONS fpHREE SYSTEM IS APPLIED TO THE HIRE & PURCHASE OF INSTRUMENTS BY ALL MAKERS, FROM 10s MONTHLY. EVERY INSTRUMENT GUARANTEED. CO-OPERATIVE PRICES FOR CASH The Largest Stock in Wales to Select from. 12, CROCKHERBTOWN, CARDIFF. 1066-9431 21>ge -\TO NAME OINTMENT.—This Oint- A3I ment is confidentially recommended as an old, tried, and successful remedy for scurvy, scrofula, glandular swellings, ringworm, old wounds, ulcerated legs, scald heads, blotches on the face and body, St. Anthony's tire, burns, chilblains, bruises, piles, fistula, rheumatism, bunions, &c. It will soon heal up thu most obstinate eruptions of the skin of every kind. Please note the Trade Mark Label on each pot. IVFO NAME PILLS. — For scrofula, _L i scurvy, ulcerated legs, erysipelas, blotches on the face, eruptions on the body, piles, fistula, glandular swellings, doc., < £ c. They may be taken by persons of either sex, are tonic and invigorating, and, acting upon the secretions, they are a truly valuable blood purifier, and may be used in conjunction with the" No Name" Ointment in any of the above diseases. Sold in pots and boxes by all chemists, price 7id, Is ljd, a.nd 2s 9d each. SOLE PROPRIETOR J. WHITEHOUSE, ? 194, DERITEND, BIRMINGHAM. 5259 THE GREAT BLOOD PURIFlEK THOMPSON'S BURDOCK PILLS over- JL comethe worst forms of diseases, and the foulest state of theblood, stomach liver, and kidneys they go tot he core of every disease, where no other medicine" have power to reach. The GREAT BLOOD PURIFIER cures tho following complaints:—Indigestion, or wind in the stomach or bowels giddiness in the head, dimness of sight, weak or sore eyes, loss of memory, palpitation of the heart, liver, and bilious obstructions, asthma, or tightness in the chest rheumatics, lumbago, piles, gravel, pains in tbe back, scurvy, bad legs bad breast, sore throat,, sore beads and sores or all descriDtions burns, wounds, or white swellings, scrofula, or kins evil, gatherings tumours or cancers, pimpies or blotches on the face and body, sweiled feet or leg; scabs and itch, erysipelas jaundice, and dropsy, ana fevers of all kinds. In boxes at lid and 21 Sd each, sold by mosf Chemists, or from the fW ry, 44 Qxfo&wrok Stobsm.. T • 100\ |3Uinir 1nltStm!nt5. CARDIFF. THEATRE ROYAL, CARDIFF. LESSEE AND MANAGER. Mr EDWARD FLETCHER ACTING MANAGER Mr JOHN SHKRTDAN Important Engagement of the Popular Author and Actor, Mr F. A. SCUDAMORE, and his Powerful Dramatic Conipanv. TO-NIGHT (WEDNESDAY). Auaust 24th, the entirely Original Drama, J1IRST By F. A. Fci'DAMOKE. New and Beautiful Scenery. Elaborate Mechanical Change.3. SATURDAY, RAGS AND ÐONES. MONDAY NEXT, Aueust 29, Boucicault's Famous Drama, AFTER DARK. MONDAY, September 26th, CARL ROSA. Open 7. Commence 7.30. Half-price at 9. Early doors open b.30. Box Plan at Messrs Thompson & Sliackell's. Ltd. 1041 NEW GRAND THEATRE OF VARIETIES. SOLE LESSEE AND MANAGER. MR HARRY DAY. GRAND COMBINATION COMPANY. CROWDED AND DELIGHTED AUDIENCES. The Greatest Success ever known in Cardiff, and posi- tively the Last Week of these Unapproachable Artistes, the Original and onlv p I N A U D S, The talk of all beholders, who. at the conclusion of their entertainment, receive quite au ovation. FUN! FUN! FUN! lloars of Laughter at their Burlesque, THE SPANISH BULL FIGHT! Their First Appearance in England for Nine Months. during which timp they have performed before most of the Crowned Heads of Europe. This Engagement is only for one week longer, afler whiclrtfcey return to the Folies, Bergere, Paris Special Encasement of the London Star, MISS FLORRIE ROBINA. The Great Characteristic Artiste, in her Charming and Refined Entertainment. Glorious Succes? and Last Six Nights of THE THOMPSON TRIO. In their Refined Drawing-room Entertainment. PERCY HONRI, Instrumentalist, ana most wonderful Boy Tenor of the World. MONDAY NEXT. THE LONDON IDOL, Miss VESTA TILLEY, Is Coming direct from the Alhambra Tueatre. London. Prices of Admission :—Private Boxes, 10s 6d (Lower Circle); Upper Circle, 5s Dress Circle, 2s Orchestral Stalls, 2S; Boxes, Is 6d Pit, Is Gallery Entrance in Womanhy-street, admission 6d. Half-price at 9 o'clock to all parts except gallery. Doors open at 7; Perform. ance at 7.30. 5577 COLONIAL HALL, NEW-STREET, CARDIFF, TO LET For Meetings, Lectures, Entertainments, &-c. Apply to Collett and Isaac; cr to F. J. Smith, 49, Queeu-stroet Arcade, Cardiff. 4527 LL WYKYPIA. ^LWYNY PTA~ SPORTS. 440 YARDS OPEN HANDICAP. — Hutchens, London, owes 3S yards; D. Meredith, Cardiff, scrtch; W. Snooks. Shrewsoury, 8 yards R. Cummings, Cardiff, 10; D. Williams, Merthyr, 12 J. Davie Rhydyfelin, 15 H. Davies, Gilvach Goch 17; D. Llewelyn, Ynysybwl, 18 D. Thomas, Rhydyfelin, 18 R. England, Llwynypia, 18; T. Harrhv, Pontypridd, 18; C. Hughes, Mountain Ash, 20; J. Millett, Neath, 22; E. Richards, Trebanog, 22 P. Davies, Treharris, 25; J. Thomas, Llwynypia, 26 J. Jenkins, Swansea, 30 J. Grice, Pontnewynydd 30; T. Lewis, Monmouth, 30; G. Rowles, Cog .N Pill, 30 G. Wintle, Talywain, 32- W.G. Davies,Talgarth, 40; W.Ferraday,Pontypridd. 40 W. M. Middle, Llwynypia, 40. The winner in 130 yards Open Handicap to be penalised 5 yards. 130 YARDS OPEN HANDICAP.—Hutchens, London owes 8 y«,rds; C. Hackett, Tonypandy, scratch R. Cumuiings, Cardiff,: 3; yards Jethro Davies, Rhydfelin, 3I D. Meredith, Cardiff, 4; D. Williams, Merthyr, 6; E. Jenkins, Mountain Ash, 6I R. Llewelyn, Ferndale, 7 D. Llewelyn. Ferndale, 7 P. Davies. Treharris, 8 C. J. Evans' Treherbert, 8 W. Snook, Shrewsbury, 8 Sidney Jones! Cardiff, 8: D. W. Price, Monmouth, 8: o E. Williams, Cardiff, 8; 1'. Lewis, Monmouth, 8 C. Hughes, Monn, tain Ash, 8I R. Davies, Gilvacli Goeh, 8I K. John, Penrhiwfer, P G. Rowles, Cogan Pill, 9; J. Thomasj Llwynuia, 9^ D. Thomas, Rhydyfelin, GJ, M. Abraham, Treherbert, 9J A. Pearce, Cardiff, 10'; G. Griffiths. Pembroke Dock, 10 H. Harnhouse, Ponty- pridd, 10 Frank Day, Llwynpia, 10 Tom Harrhv, Pontypridd. 11 R. Jonas, Aberdare, 11 C. Smith, Crumlin, 11; F. Young, Merthyr, 11; J. Morgan, Cadoxton, 11 D. Lloyd, Treorky, 11 J, Baynham, Trealaw, ILI J. Atkins, Llwynpia, LLI J. Thomas, Llwynpia, 12 J. T.ewis. Llwynpia, 12 E. D. Williams, Pentre, 12 J. Wintle, Talygwain, 12 J. Williams Pontnewynydd, 12 T. Davies, Talgarth, 13; J. Cording, Tonypandy, 13 W. H. Middle, Llwynpia, 111 W. For. raday, Pontypridd, It J. Rees, Cymmer, 16. 6146 Hutchens' mark wa.s omitted in yesterday's issue. Dids. DINNERS, 7D.—BRISTOL.—WOOD'S, 21 and 22, Broadmead. Plain Tea, 3d; or Breakfast, Meat a.nd Brea.d, 4d. Good Beds Is and Is 6d. 5218 pIANOS J. JJRADER & gONS, 9, WMD ST" SWANSEA. The most Extensive Stock in Wales. Intending Purchasers have the advantgge of selecting an Instru- ment of exactly the quality of tone and power suitable to the dimensions of their room. All the best makers are included in the three years' system. AMERICAN ORGANS. The popularity of the Organ of America having in. creased, we Import Direct from the most celebrated manufacturers. A Messrs MASON and HAMLIN, „ SMITH and Co., BELL and Co., STERLING and Co., CLOUGH and WARREN, CLARABELLA and Co., KIMBALL and Co., „ BEETHOVEN and Co., „ BRIDPORT and Co., PACKARD and Co., „ KELLY and Co. The ma.ny improvements introduced Sing Their Own Praise, the tone being rich and mellow, capable of the most delicate shading, the combination of stops afford- ing endless variety, elegant in design, portable, moderate in cost, of great durability, are advantage* unprecedented in musical instruments. Co-operative discounts for cash. Low tariff on the rhree Years' System, or Monthly from 10s. bd. Writ, for new books of design. 5070 PIANOS THOROUGHLY AND ECONOMI. CALLY RENOVATED, REWIRED, TONED, &0. &c. A REGISTER KEPT FOR INSPECTION. ORGANS RE VOICED, TUNED, REGULATED, OR EXCHANGED. CHARGES STRICTLY MODERATE. THE ASSETS COMPANY OF WALES, X LIMiTED. This Company is prepared to consider proposals for The Purchase of Assets of insolvent and bankrupt estates, also the assets of existing businesses, aud of all cle8 of real and personal property. Making Advances on Approved Securities, and on every description of convertiele property, either by way of loan or on terms of purchase, and, within a specified period, of repayment bv borrowers. G. W. BOUCHER, Secretary. 31, Queen-street, Cardiff. 4257 J^OSS'S ROYAL BELFAST" AERATED RATERS. THE ONLY GOLD MEDAL AWARDED FOR GINGER ALE. LIVFRPOOL INTERNATIONAL EXHIBITION. 968 ——— 12800 2676 SOLE MANUFACTORY, BELFAST. RELIEF FROM COUGH IN TEN MINUTES. HAYMAN'S BALSAM OF HORE- .U. HOUND, the most certain and speedy remedy for Asthma Consumption, Bronchitis, Coughs, In. ftoenm, Difticult Breathing, Spitting )f Blood, Hoopinc Cough, Hoarseness, Loss of Voice, AC. It GIVES instantaneous relief, and rapidly effects acure IT HAS A MOST PLEASANT TASTE. Testimonials are unnecessary, as there is scarcely A family in South Wales which has not proved its efficacy. IN THE NURSERY It is invalu&ble,as children are fond of it, and take it eagerly. Immediately it is taken coughing ceases, rest- lessness is gone, aud refreshing aieep ensues. No lady wQo has once trie. it wouid ever aiterwards be with. out it. 1022 Prepared eniy by A. Hayman, Chemist, Neath; and 101c! by »U CfceBuste Puce Is ltf jnfjfe al iw Ihtsiiteas ^fc&resses. I THE J^ROUGHTi 1 rpHE JJROUGHT, rpHE DnOUGBT. pURE JftLTERED sorr yp A T E R. JpURE JplLTERED SOFT WATEI pURE JfULTEHEl) gOFT WATl jyjpSSRS fJlHOMAS JgJLLtOTT (LIMITED), THE feUTE MINERAL WATEft WORKS, CARDIFF, Have, ill consequence of the PROLONGED DROUGHT and the CURTAILMENT OF THE WATER SUPPLY, feunk an ^BYSSINIAN rjltJBE tt on their premises, which yields itl abundant supply of t JJURE gOFT ."TAIIER of excellent quality, which, when FIL- TERED, is NOW USED IN THE MANUFACTURE OF ALL THEIR MINERAL WATERS. The TUBE WELL has befcrt iltitik bÿ 1J: LE GRAND k SUTCtIFF, 100. Bunhill-road, London, and the FILTERING APPARATUS supplied by the MAIGNENS PATENT FILTRE RAPtDE Co., Limited, 32. St. at-Hm, Loudon. 5130 nuv NONE BUT ENGLISH WATcttES INVENTORIES' GOLD MEDAL-ktGHEST AWARD WATCHMAKER fõïil. frtE QUEËN. J. W. BEN s o iri T>ENSON'S At^ RtLV™ "No working LUDGATE ttian should b« ON Without this WATCH. Jb5 5 S Sound and reliable Watch."—LLorD't; JgENSON'S LUDGATE WATCH. l^ENSON'S StiTEtt ,^tTe8 |||( LUDGATE *EST &AI0Lb; WATCH. QtJALtTY T"lGgood Watch -i at- » moderate A*7 I lie price. —ECHO. JJENSON'S LUDGATE WATCH BENSON'S G ijtb an admir* D bio specimen of ludgate £ |« 1 A WATcit. 2SX35S; or country -made JJENSON'S Watches. "—TIMER, LUDGATE (WATCH. BENSON'S t1t" ENT.T ISH .1tA LUDGATE BEST WATCH, gKwtSSS — make, and jeweltad BENSON s £ 14 14s balance LUDGATE WATCH. Benson's illustrated fcataphiets of Wafcchei from £2 2sj Clocks, and Jewellery, free1. J. W. B~E N e ij N. SOLE MAltfefc STEAM FACTORY} 2 & 64, LUDGATE BtLt, &C. 2S, fctJYAL fekC&AftGEi AND 2b, OLfc BONft-STREET* LONDON. .e BENBOI^S CLUBS.—Applications for Agencies #to ffom J1L0Mnj8tt< Clerks, an<* other*. Liberal terms. Bonus to Monitors. 1217d _4 LJTIFF'S SiAHOdi 's°lo in lb. Picture i»*es. W Sold in 51b. Packets. gTIFFS STARCH, SKiSqSsS!1" CJXIFF'S STAItOa. KJ For Collars. QTIFF'S STARCH, For wristbands. O For shirt Croat* STIFF'S STARCH, Sg"* O JT0f CuSf* QTIFF'S STARCH, O For Linen. O For Linen. gwFFs8TiRoH- 'sasss. For 'J'&ble (I"t"" STIFF'S STAKOH. JSSfSMU, Not* the Caution L&feg) v ^STIFFS STAROH. Observe the Trade MAfk 5 old hy Orocers, gTIFFS STAKOH. Wlleleu.le- C-W6 STARCH. co. tJ U918 39iS BttiSTOL