's PEe I A L AND SELECT COATINGS, SUITINGS, A.ND TROUSERINGS AT THE CARDIFF HOUSE. GENTLEMEN, GIVE YOUR ORDERS Prices of GENTLEMEN'S FANCY CLOTH SUITS: 45s, 50s, 60s, 70s, 80s, 90s. Prices of GENTLEMEN'S BLACK CLOTH SUITS 60s. 70s, 80s. 90s, 100s, 110s. Prices of GENTLEMEN'S FANCY CLOTH TROUSERS: 10s 6d. 13, 6d, 16s 6d, 19s, 22s, 25s. Prices of GENTLEMEN'S BLACK CLOTH TROUSERS 16s 6d, 19s, 22s, 25s, 27s 6d, 50s, Fit Guaranteed. Workmanship, the Best. W. PRICE AND SONS, MERCHANT CLOTHIERS AND OUTFITTERS, HATTERS, HOSIERS, & GLOVERS, 50 d.c 51, ST. MARY-ST., and 46 & 47, CAROLINE. Ill STREET CARDIFF. 1007
„ ALLSOPP & SONS, v BASS & CO., and others -f- r of the finest PRICES. BURTON PRICES. ALES Per Per Kilderkin Firkin. x* C/.< 18s 93 A 21s 10s 6d 24s 128 X QN. Anq upwards 1C30
j$ai*5 im AUCTION APPOINTMENTS. rHE DUKE-ST. AUCTION dt STORAGE ROOMS J. G. -NlAf)DoX & CO., Auctioneers household furniture, at Rooms Sept. 1 and 6 filla Residences, at Roval Hotel Sept. H Messrs BOWLING BROTHERS. Dffal Wo d, &c, at Pembroke Dock Sept. 5 Messrs W. ( CLARKE and DOVEY. 3ousehold Furniture at Penhevod Farm ..Aug. 31 Mr MOSES CULE. .Yaluable Residence, at Pontvpridd Sept. 7 Mr MEREDITH DAVIES. Live Stock, at Maesteg Sept. o farming Stock, at Bryncaws Farm Sept. iio Mr GEORGE-BARTON DYER. Properties, at Cardiff Sept Messrs GOTTW ALTZ and BO WRING Office Furniture, &c., zit Cardiff Sept 1 Bay Mare, at Cardttf Sept. i India Rubber Goods, &c., at Car(liff. -.Sept. H & 9 Valuable Horses, at Cardiff .Sept. 25 Stud of Hunters, at Cardiff .Sept. 23 Household Furniture, at Cardiff Sept. Household Furniture, at Fenarth MI F. G COUGH, Clanelly %Tarkets, &-c., at L!anelly Sept. 8 Messrs W. GRAHAM. SON, and HITCHCOX, ,Uwelling.houses, at Newport Sept. 12 Plant and Machinery, at Newport..Sept. 13. 14, and 15 Messrs W. and S. HERN. kale of Wreck, at Cardiff .Sept. 1 Engineering Machinery, Bicycles, <Sc., at Cardiff..Sept. 6 Residence at Cardiff Sept. 15 Freehold Works, &e., at Cardiff Sept. 24 Messrs H. H ILL & CO. Household Furniture, at Swaosea Sept, 2 bLock-in-Tracle of furniture, at Swansea..Sept 6 Messrs UUWARD an,1 KEY. Jeweller's stock-m-trade, at Pontypridd.. Sep. 14 and 15 Mr RICHARD E. HUGHES. Household Furniture, at Swansea Sept; 5 Household Furniture, etc.. at Sketty — u ..Sept. <2 Messrs JOHN JENKINS & CO. Whiskies and Kum, at Cardiff Sept. & Leasehold Properties, at Cardiff. Sept. 15 Mr E. W. KEiNNARD. Furniture. at Cardiff „. Sept. 1 Messrs LEWIS BROTHERS. Life Stock, Hay, etc., at Neatti ..Sept. 1 Mr MONTGOMERY, Leasehold Properties. at Cardiff ,Aug. 51 Messrs NORTON and LALONDE. Family Hotels, at Weston-suoer-Mare .„Sept. 7 Me 1'. RULE OWEN. Freehold Property, at WLiitland Sept. 9 Freehold Farms — — Mr L'HOMAS PARRY. Chemical Works, at Newport Sept. 20 Messrs PARSONS & ROBJENT. Household furniture, dtc., at Newport.Sept. 1 & 2 Leasehold Properties, at Newport.Sept 21 Mr ALFRED PHILLIPS. Horses, Itc., at Cai-dity. 3 Hunters, &c., at Cardiff — Sept. 23 Messrs SlEPHENSON and ALEXANDER. Colliery Plant and Materials, at Pontypridd.Sept. b Colliery Plant, &c., at Pontypricitt, 7 Leasehold Premises, at Penarth Sept. 8 turniturenad Other Effects, at Cardiff -Sept. 8 Freehold Residential Property, at Newport.Sept. 17 Mr JAMES STRAKER. 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 (Cowbndge). Farming: Stock, at Palla Farm Sept. 12 Llansaiinur Court Shropshires, at Cowbridge ..Sept. 17 Mr THOMAS WEBBER. Messuage or Dwelling-house, at Cardiff Sept. 9 ADARE COLLIERY UINAS, PONTYPRIDD. MESSRS STEPBENSON AND ALEX- ANDER are instructed by Messrs Coffin and Co. to SELL by AUCTION at this Colliery, on WEDNESDAY, the 7tti September, 18d7 (the day following tile sale of the Glamorgan Coal Company's "Iaut and Machinery at Penrhiwfer and Gilfach), the following COLLIERY PLANT AND MATERIALS (without reserve) About b5 tons of tram plates and partings (cold blast), several tons of wrought and cast scrap iron, 77 6ft. bin. coal trams, trolleys, &c., 4 water tanks, 2 sludge ditto, 13 pairs of iron shafts, 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, anvil, vice, and blacksmith's [tools, quantity of gasjpiping, chaff, cutter, corn bill, 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 geueral assortment of loose colliery plant anri 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 catalogues, which may be obtained upon application to the Auctioneers, 5, High- street, Cardiff. 6120 LEASEHOLD PREMISES, Consisting of HAY AND CORN STORES, SrABLE, 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 Hayand Corn Stores, Stable, Workshop, and Yard, situate in Salop-place, 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 oil a hay and corn business, which are at present untenanted, and the stable, work- shop, and yard are in the occupation of Mrpnilip Daw, Butcher, and held by him for a term of seven years from January, 1887, at a rental of Sit) lbs per annum, pay- able quarterly. The premises have a considerable frontage into Salop. place, and a portion of them have only recently been erected. For further particular* apply to the Auctioneers, or to Messrs DALTON, SPENCER, CORBETT, and EVaNS, 6118 Solicitors, 0, Working-street, Cardiff. SALE OF VALUABLE AND SUBSTANTIAL FURNITURE, COSTLY INLAID CABINEIS, TWO PAIRS <)F t1 VERY HANDSOMK 4 and 6 BRANCH f DRESDEN CHINA CANDICLABRA AND i CENTREPIECE, J And a Few Valuable DRESDEN ORNAMENTS, OIL PAINTINGS, AND WATER-COLOUR 1 DRAWINGS, CARRIAGE HAKNEsS, and Other Effects, Sold under instructions from the Trustee, undei powers of a Marriage Settlement. MESSRS STEPHENSON AND ALEX- ANDER will SELL by AUCTION, on THURSDAY, the 3th of September, 1887, at the Rooms lately occupied by the Auction and Storage Company, i 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- fcioneers, 5, High-street, Cardiff. 6121 >. SALE OF VERY ATTRACTIVE AND VALUABLE FREEHOLD RESIDENTIAL PROPERTY AT NEWPORT, MONMOUTHSHIRE. MESSRS STEPHENSON & ALEX- ANDER are instructed by Arthur Evans, Esquire, to SELL by AUCTION, at the King's Head Hotel, Newport, on SATURDAY, 17th September, 1887, at Three o'clock in the Afternoon, that highly. attractive aid valuable FREEHOLD RESIDENTIAL PROPERTY, Known as "THE FIELDS," Together with about 8 eight :tcres of ornamentally laid out grounds, lawns, gardens, and pasture lands, now in the occupation of E. J. Grice, Esq., whose tenancy ex. Pires at Michaelmas next. Toe House contains on the ground fl oor- vestibule, Spacious entrance hall, drawing-room, dining-room, hiorning-room (opening out into conservatory), library, kitchen, servants' hall, china closet, butler's pantry, larder, and dairy. On the first tioor-7 best bedrooms, dressing-room billiard-room, nursery, 2 bathrooms, and 2 w.c.'s. On the attic—4 large servants' bedrooms, linen closets, etc. The outbuildings comprise excellent stable, coach- house, harness-room, hay and corn rooms, fowl-house, a.nd washing and brewing house. There is also a good detached residence for coachman, a vinery, peach- house, and forcing-house, and ample cellarage on the lJaseDlent. Tne entire property is compact, in a sheltered posi- tion, and commands extensive views of the U-;k and lonmouthshire Valleys, and of the Bristol Channel. The grounds and gardens are tastefully laid out with the specimens cf coniferse and other ornamental trees tad shrubs, of many years' growth, and the house fitted up with all modern conveniences, the whole forming a most delightful and attractive residence Within seven minutes' walk of the Great Western Railway Station at Newport. Full particulars, plans, and photographs are now teady. together with orders to view,and may be obtained ipon application to the Auctioneers, 5, High-street, Cardiff or of Messrs GIBBS and MOXON, bile Colicitors, Newport. 1 ALEXANDER'S REPOSITORY, CARDIFF. UNRESERVED SALE, SEPTEMBER 3RD. In consequence of the above premises having been > purchased by the Castle Arcade Company, to form part of their arcade premises "A/fR. ALFRED PHILLIPS will SELL «iTJL by AUCTION, withoutreserve, on the premises, j 01) SATURDAY, September 3rd. 1887, the whole of his i STOCK OF HORSES, CARRIAGES, II HARNESS, SADDLERY, 9 CLOTHING, AND STABLE REQUISITES, f Consisting of J, YOUNG SOUND HORSES, amongst which are Y Clever Hunters, Smart Harness Horses, and Superior Welsh Cobs. J CARRIAGES.—Hooded M-Iil Phaeton (by Aldebert), I* Double Skeleton Break (oy Proberc and Brock, Aber- h gaveony), 2 Single Gigs, 1 I'ony Trap, 1 Spring Cart. i ttA.R", SS.-TlJree Sets Double Harness, 4 Sets I Single Harness, 10 Hunting Saddles, 12 Bridles, p ftieastpiates, Occ., Ac. Large Quantity of DAY and NIGHT CLOTHING, Head Collars, Rack Chains, and the Usual Stable Tools. V Sale to commence at Twelve o'clock. Catalogues on Application. 6160 HE ASSETS COMPANY OF WALES, -t LIMIT I'D. w^his Company is prepared to consider proposals for 1e Purchase of Assets of insolvent and bankrupt states, also the a-ets of existing businesses, and of f classes of real and personal property. Advances on Approved Securities, and on £ ^¥try description of convertible property, either by ij a>' of loan or on terms of pnrch.ise, and, within a Ji deified period, of repayment by borrowers. 4 G. W. BOUCHER, Secretary. t< -eet, Cardiff. 4257 It. H, & II, Å SHMAN, i 2, 3, 4, and 5, BROADMKAD, BRISTOL, np t MAKERS OF "a AT HE 11 MACHINE BELTING AND J HOSE PIPES. BELTS FOR THRESHING MACHINES, I i &C. 1 Palcs LISTS ON Application. 5795 1 im u!tíon. NOW ON VIEW. SALE on THURSDAY, 1st Sept, 1887, at Two o'clock, UNRESERVED SALE OF CAPITAL OFFICE FURNITURE AND SAFES, By ORDER of a FIRM of MERCHANTS CLOSING THEIR OFFICES. Also the whole of the OFFICE FITTINGS belonging to -I Firm in Liquidation, and FURNITURE from a Local Solicitor's Office. MESSRS GOTT WALTZ A BO WRING will SELL by AUCTION, at their Salerooms, II, High-street, Cardiff, on THURSDAY, 1st Septem- ber, lc87, lit Two o'clock, the above OFFICE FURNITURE, Including a LARGE BOOK SAFE 3ft 6in. high, EXCELLENT MAHOGANY PEDESTAL andCYLlN. DER OFFICE TABLES, fitted with writing slopei; mahogany and oak paper cabinets, hirch and mahogany office chairs, copying Presses on stands, chest of drawers, oak and uiahoganv tables and cupboards. MASSIVE MAHOGANY PEDESTAL OFFICE TABLE, nice lavatory, various carpets, door cloth, &e., together with EIGHT FIRB AND THIEI' PROOF SAFES.6175 Detailed catalogues may be had 01 the Auctioneers SALE TO-MORROWT HORSE EXCHANGE, CARDIFF. THURSDAY NEXT, SEPTEMBER 1ST 1837 MESSRS GOTT WALTZ & BO WRING will SELL by AUCTION, at two o'clock sharp in the afternoon, A BAY MARE RISING A YEARS, 15 HANDS. Jo dispute. Withoutreserve. 6225 IMPORTANT SALE OF A LARGE STOCK OF NEW AND CHOICE WATERPROOK AND INDIA RUBBER GOODS. Direct from ft well-known Firm of Manufacturers. MESSRS GOTTWALTZ & BOWRING have received instructions to SELL by A UC. TION. at their Sale-rooms, 11, High-street, Cardiff, on THURSDAY and FRIDAY, 8th and 9th September, commencing at 12 o'clock each day, the following INDIA-RUBBER STOCK, consisting of GENTLEMEN'S WATERPROOF COATS and INVERNESS CAPES in choice Scotch and West of England Tweeds, both single and double texture. LADIES WATERPROOF MANTLES, in the newest styles, proofed, and manufactured for a first-class trade. COACHMEN'S WATERPROOFS and CARRIAGE APRONS, BICYCLE CAPES and OVERALLS, YOUTHS', MISSES', and CHILDREN'S WATERPROOFS in great variety CHILDREN'S WADING OVERALLS AND NURSING APRONS. WATERPROOF BED SHEETS, FISHING COATS, STOCKINGS, and SHOES TENNIS SHOES, HOLDALLS for Tourist and Families, DRAUGHT TUBING, GAS TUBING, and GARDEN HOSE. 6102 ON VIEW MORNINGS OF SALE. SALE TO-MORROW^ V.R. SALE OF WRECK. By order of the Lords Commissioners of the Privy Council for Trade. MESSRS W. & s. HERN WIN SELL by AUCTION, on THURSDAY, 1st September, 1887, at ll a.m., at the Cttstoms Watch House, Pier Had. Cardiff, iron buoy, 2 baulks, timber, life buoy (at Penarth), k'dge anchor, clinker built boat, and 2 paddles, at the Bute Test Howie, Old Canal, Cardiff, ANCHORS AND CHAINS, 244 cwt. of condemned chain, 172 cwt. 2 qrs. of con. demned anchors, 135 cwt. 2 qrs. of proved chain. Further particulars of the Auctioneers, 72, St. Mary- street, Cardiff. 6151 SALE TO-MORROW. PARK HALL SALE ROOMS. CARDIFF. MK E. F. KENNARD will SELL by AUCTION, on THURSDAY NEXT, Septem- ber 1st, 1887, several hundred lots of NEW AND SECOND-HAND FURNITURE. Sent to the above premises for absolute sale, in addi- tion to a large quantity of effects remaining unsold from previous sales, comprising dining and drawing- room suites, couches, arm chairs, small tables, carpets, rugs, fenders, brasses, sideboards, cheffonieres with marble top, half-plate glass back, oval tables, pier and toilet glasses, bedroom suites, wardrobes. Duchess stands and tables, brass and other bedsteads, feather and millpuff beds, bolsters :1110 pillows, cornice polas and rugs, kitchen tables, chairs, saucepans, kettles, and all the necessary requisites for a well-furnished house, together with an excellent piano by a good maker. Goods on view. sale at Two o'clock. BRECONSHIRE. VALUABLE FREEHOLD ESTATE AND RESI- DENCES FOR SALE. MR JAMES STRAKER will SELL by AUCTION, in the month of Septeuber, 1887, at Abergavenoy, 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-bouses and land, situate near Talybont,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 E. G. Davies, solicitor, Crickhowell; Messrs Rickards and Blosse, estate agents and surveyors, Charles-street Chambers, Cardiff: the Auctioneer, at Abergavenny; or Messrs Stretton, Hilliard, Dale, and Newman, solici- tors, 75, Cornhill. London. 5819 GELLI HOUSE, near MAESTEG, Situate Imile from Cymmer Station, on the Llynvi and Ogmore Railway, and 4 miles from Maesteg. SALE OF SHEEP, CATTLE, HORSES, &c. MR MEREDITH DAVIES 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 iambs. 21 HEAD OF CATILF-, 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 and 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 B5 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 at Cymmer at 9.42 a.m. and 1.10 p.m. The Glync<irrwg train will leava top of incline for Cymmer at 8 a.m. and 12 noon. Lamb and Flag Inn, Glynneath, August 17th, 1887. BRYNCAWS FARM. Distant 3 miles from Neath, 2 miles fiom Aberdulais, and 1 mile from Cilfrew Station on the Neath and Brecon Railway. IMPORTANT SALE of 46a MOUNTAIN SHEEP, 34 HEAD, of CATTLE, PONIES, and IMPLEMENTS. MR MEREDITH DAVIES has been favoured with instructions from Messrs Evans and Bevan, Neath, to SELL by PUBLIC AUCTION at the above named place on TUESDAY, September 20th, 1887. Full particulars will appear at a future date. Lamb and Flag, Glyu Neath, Aug. 25th, 1887._6183_ DANYGRAIG, PONTYPRIDD, SALE OF VALUABLE LEASEHOLD RESIDENCE WITH FIELD. MR MOSES CULE is instructed to SELL by PU BLIC AUCTION, at the New Inn Hotel, Pontypridd, on WEDNESDAY, SeDtember 7th, 1887, at Six o'clock in the Evening, in One" Lot (subject to conditions to be then produced), all that very VALUABLE RESIDENCE, known as DANYGRAIG, Situate on the corner of Tafr-street and Crossbrook. street, Pontypridd, with the Stables, Coacti-botise, Out- buildings, and large Garden belonging thereunto and also all that FIELD ON THE OPPOSITE SIDE OF TAFF-STREET And adjoining the Gasworks, containing an area of about 560 square yards. The premises are in the occu- pation of Captain Williams at an annual rent of 955. DanyiU-aig House and premises are held under a lease granted by the Right Hon. Lord Tredegar for the term of 99 years from the 20th of October, 18U, at the annual ground rent of E5 19s. and the Field for the term of 94 years, from the 29th September, 1846, at the annual ground rent of E6 6s. A small Plot, containing about 122 square yards, included in the last-mentioned ioase, will be reserved by the vendors. Particulars of the leases may be had of the Vendor's Solicitor. The Auctioneer desires to call special attention to this very desirable property. Danygraig is verv con- veniently and pleasantly situated ll the middle of the town, and has very commodious Stabling aiiii Coach- house, and a very large garden at the back thereof, with a separate entrance from Morgan-street. The whole of the premises are readily convertible for busi- ness premises. Further Particulars maybe had from the Auctioneer, at his Offices, Pentrebach, Pontypridd or of the Vendor's Solicitor, JOHN MORGAN, Esq., 6255 i Frederick-street, Cardiff SALE THIS DAY. CANTON.—Nos. 247, 249 and 2D7, 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, a.nd 22. Alexander-road, and Nos. 56, b8, 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 STIFF'S b'JLAKOn. So|" !n Picture JBoxes. ]Q Sold in 51b. Packets. STIFF'S STARCH. SIFC £ .E8N BES Warranted Pure. O TIFF'S STARCH. Most Economical. kJ For Collars. kJ For Collars. (J TIFF'S STARCH. Eor Wristbands For Shirt Fronts STIF'F'S STARCH. For NeCL-ties For Cuffs. U TIFF'S STARCH. Fo. Lace. K!} For Linen. CJTIFF'S STARCH. £ OT^us'ins. Jror Curtains. O'lunnrr For Table Cloths. ^Ilri* b SJ ARCH. Ask for Stiff's .Starch. KD Note the Caution Label Lt TIFF'S STARCH. Observe the Trade Mark Sold by Grocers. OTIW'S STARCH. STI]el,' Co.. C'MWS STAIIOH. "'SETS co.. 1 919 39IS REPCLIFE-ST BRISTOL THE GREAT BLOOD PURIKIE1. THOMPSON'S BURDOCK PILLS over- _1_ comeche worst forms or diseases, and the foulest state of thebloou, stomach iiver, and kidneys they go too he core of every lllSe:1,Se, where no other medicines have Dower to reach. The GREAT BLOOD PURIFIER cures the following complaintsIndigestion, or wind in the stomach or boweis giddiness in thø head, dimness of sight, weak or sore eyes, loss oi memory, palpitation of the heart, liver, and bilious obstructions, astnraa, or tightness in the chest rheumatics, iumbago, piles, sravei, pains in the back, scurvy, bad legs bad breast, sore throat, sore heads and sores of all descriptions, burns, wounds, or white sweilings, scrofula, or king's evil, gatherings tumours or cancers, pimpies or blotches on the faco and body, swelled feet or legs, scabs and itch, erysipelas l jaundice, and dropsy, and ievera oi ail kinds. In boxes at lid and 2s 9d each, sold by most Chemists, or from the Burdock Pill Manufactory, 44 i Oxford-street. Swansea. 1001 alt5 bu Aurtion. HE SALE ADVERTISED at MESSRS DUNN BROTHERS, HOPE-STREET, CAR- DIFF, WILL NOT TAKE PLACE. SALE TO-MORROW. IMPORTANT NOTICE TO PARTIES FURNISHING ON THURSDAY, SEHTEMBKR 1ST, AT THE DUKE-STREET AUCTION ROOMS, CARDIFF. MESSRS J. G. MADDOX & CO. will OFFER by AUCTION, at the above rooms, a large and valuable consignnient of most excellent modern HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE AND EFFECTS, in great variety, comprising dining and drawing-room suites, sidelnards .and cabinets, whatnots, occasional and other tables, pier and chimney glasses, fenders and irons, carpets and rugs, bedroom suites, wardrobes and chests of drawers, duchesse dressing tables and washstands, toilet and other ware, brass and iron French bedsteads, wool mattresses, feather and millpuff beds, and an immense assortment of other effects too numerous to particularise. Also will be disposed of at one or tne other of tnese sales two splendid full-compass pianofortes, in handsome ivalnut cases, by Steinman <5c Co., and Mmth & Co.. from Messrs Collard & Collard. Goods on view day prior to and morning of sale. 3499 CONTINUATION SALE THIS DAY. PENHEVOD FARM, ST FAGANS, NEAR CARDIFF. MESSRS W.. C. CLARKE & DOVEY -L'rJL beg to announce that, owing to the number of lots, the sale could not be completed to-day. The remaining lots, consisting of the HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, will be offered for SALE by AUCTION on the premises as above, at 12.30 o'clock p.m., to-morrow. WEDNES- DAY, Slst AUGUST. 31, Queen-street, Cardiff, August 30th, 1887. b259 TO HOTEL PROPRIETORS and OTHERS. WHISKIES AND RUM IN BOND. MESSRS JOHN JENKINS and CO, will SELL by AUCTION at the Great Western Hotel, Cardiff, on MONDAY, the ath day of September, at 3 30 in the afternoon prompt. 10 CASKS OF OLD IRISH WHISKIES; 3 CASKS OF HUM, now in bond in Cardiff. Samples will be with the A uctioneers after Septem. ber 1st. Catalogues will be ready in a few days, and can be had of the Auctioneers, or Mr T. H JONES, Solicitor, Philharmonic Chambers, Cardiff. 6235 LLANELLY MARKETS AND SLAUGHTERHOUSE. TO BE LET BY PUBLIC AUCTION, BY MR F. G. GO UGH, for one year, on THURSDAY, the 8th day of September, 1887, at the Town-hall, Llanelly, at three o'clock in the afternoon (subject to such conditions as will then and there be produced), the .LLANELLY MARKET. PIG IIARKEr, AND SLAUGHTERHOUSE PREMISES, Situate in the district of the Local Board of Health for the borough of Llanelly, and all those Tolls, Rents, and Stallages taken and collected therein respectively, according to the Rules, Schedules, and Regulations in force in such Markets and Slaughterhouse. After the letting of the tolls, the Grazing of the Llanelly Park to the 29th September, 1888, will be Let. -By order of the said board, JOHN JENNINGS, Clerk. Town-hall, Llanelly, 17th August, 1887. tarn PALLA FARM, situate One Mile East of Peterstone Station, and Two Miles West of St. Fagan's Station, G.W.R. SALE of PURE-BRED SHROPSHIRE and CROSS- BRED SHEEP, CATTLE, HORSES, CROPS, IMPLEMENTS (nearly new), and DAIRY UTEN. SILS. PRELIMINARY ANNOUNCEMENT. Mil JOHN THOMAS has been favoured with instructions from J. J. Hackwell, Esq., who is retiring and ieavingthe neighbourhood,to SELL by AUCTION on MONDAY, 12th September, 1887, 60 Radnor Ewes, 30 Pure-bred Shropshire Ewes, 60 Lambs, 30 Head of Cattle, 6 Horses, Implements (nearly all new), 50 tons clover and Meadow Hay. Wheat, Oats, Barley, Dairy Utensils, and sundry other articles of farming requisites. Four months' credit given on the usual conditions. Further particulars see bills and catalogues, which may be had 9 days prior to sale. Offices, Cowbridge. 13068 6254 127, WALTERS-ROAD, SWANSEA. (Removed to the above address from Messrs Powsland and Mason's Warehouse for convenience of Sale). c SALE OF HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE. MR. RICHARD E. HUGHES has been instructed by the representatives of the late Mr Charles Madge to SELL by PUBLIC AUCTION, at the above address, on MONDAY, the 5tb day of September, 1887, the whole ot the HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, comprising DINING-ROOM.—Suite in oak, comprising 6 chairs, 2 easy ch.nrs, ami couch, oak telescope dining table, oak dinner wagon, engravings, ornaments, pole and rings, curtains, gas fittings, Brussels carpet, fender, coal vase, tire irons, hearth rug, &c. BREAKFAST-ROOM.—Easy chairs, children's chairs, 2 worked chairs, table, book-shelves, handsome ebony cabinet, ebony card table (for a drawing-room), pole and rings, curtains, carpet, fender, fire irons, &c. BEDit oo-ts. -Suite in light wood, mahogany and pitch pine chest of drawers, washstands, dressing. tables, toilet glasses. ware, towel nils, chairs, fancy tables, brass bedstead and furniture, iron bedsteads, palliasses, spring mattresses, feather beds and bed. ding, pole and rings, curtains, carpet, fenders, fire irons, Ac. The contents of fhe hall, china pantry, and kitchens. Sale to commence at 11 o'clock. There will be no reserve. On view morning of sale. Auctioneer's Offices, Wind-street, Swansea. 6232 ROSE VILLA, SKETTY, NEAR SWANSEA. SALE of HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, PICTURES, CHINA, LINEN. SILVER, ELECTRO PLATE, BOOKS, and CONTENTS of STABLES. MR RICHARD E. HUGHES has been instructed by the Executor of the late Thomas Williams, Esq., to SELL by PUBLIC AUCTION, at the above Address, on THURSDAY, the 8th day of September, 1887, the whole of the HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, PICTURES, CHINA, LINEN, SILVER, ELECTRO PLATE, BOOKS, and the Contents of the Stables, comprising in DINING ROOM.—Mahogany chair3 and easy chairs, covered in leather, large mahogany bookcase, books, mahogany telescope dining table with extra leaves, pier glass, ornaments, cornice and curtains, carpet, hearthrug, fender, irons, &c. DRAWING-ROOM.—Suite in rep, comprising six chairs, two easy chairs and couch, rosewood loo table, rosewood card table, walnut cheifonier, marble top, plate glass back and doors, walnut window table, wal- nut reading table, large pier glass, ornaments, clock, engravings and paintings, cornice and curtains, carpet, hearthrug, fender, irons, &c. Electro plate, silver, and contents of china pantry. BEDROOMS.—Brass and iron bedsteads, palliasses, spring and other mattresses, feather beds, linen, mahogany wardrobe, mahogany cheval glass mahogany and other chests of drawers, mahogany washstands and dressing tables, ware, towel rack, toilet glasses, ornaments, pole's and rings, curtains, carpets, hearth. nigs, fenders, irons, &c. Contents of hall, stairs, and landing. STABLES.—Pony, 2 sets of harness, two-wheel trap, four-wheel phaeton, cart. water cart, wheelbarrow, utensils, &e. Sale to commence at 11 o'clock. On view, Wednesday, the 7th instant, from 11 a.m. to 4.30 p.m. Auctioneer's offices. 4, Wind-street, Swansea. LONDON HOUSE AUCTION ROOMS, 10, CASTLE- STREET. SWANSEA. MESSRS H. HILL & CO. have been -L'JL instructed to SELL by AUCTION, on the above premises, on FRIDAY, September 2nd, 1887, a large assortment of HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, Comprising walnut drawing room suite, walnut cheftonnier with plate-glass and marble top, wainut loo tables, couches, sofas, easy chairs, pier-glusseS. mahogany bookcase, mahogany wardrobe with plate- glass door, mahogany and birch washstands and dressing tables, irons and brass bedsteads, palliasses, spring and hair rmattresses, millpuff beds, mahogany chests of drawers, Turkey carpets, Brussels do., cane- seat and kitchen chuirs, kitchen requisites, &c., &c. Goods on view morning of sale. Sale to commence at 11 o'clock in the Forenoon. 195, WAUNWEN, CARMARTHEN-ROAD. MESSRS H. HILL & CO. have been instructed by the Executrix of the late Mr W. Lewis (Lewys Afan) to SELL by AUCTION, on the above premises, on TUESDAY, September 6th, 1887, the whole of the STOCK-IN-TRADE OF FURNITURE, &C„ Comprising mahogany and pitch-pine chest of drawers, 2 unfinished drawers, 3 mahogany chiffonieres, dress- ing glasses, square tables with turned legs, kitchen tables, bookcases with glass doors, washstands, dress- ing tables, Windsor tables, chimney glasses, mahogany Pembroke table, loo do., large stained wardrobe, lot of picture frames, about 3 cwt. of millpuff in bags, 21 sets of coffin furniture, several easy chair frames, sofa frame, couch do., sewing machine (by Taylor), &c., dec. Sale to commence at Eleven o'clock in the forenoon. Auctioneers' Offices, London House, 10, Castle-street, Swansea. "'==- gAGOSINE QILS (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 "Ragosine." Address all inquiries to the above. 6086 RELIEF FROM COUGH IN TEN MINUTES HAYMAN'S BALSAM OF HORE- HOUND, the most certain and speedy remedy for Asthma Consumption, Bronchitis, Coughs, In. fluenza, Difficult Breathing, Spitting if Blood, Hooping Cough, Hoarseness, Loss of Voice, <fcc. It gives instantaneous relief, and rapidly effects a cure' 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 invaluable,as children are fond of it, and take it eagerly. Immediately it is taken coughing ceases, rest- lessness is gone, and refreshing sleep ensues. No lady who has once tried it would ever afterwords be with- out it. 1022 Prepared only by A. Hayman, Chemist, Neath; and sold bv all Chemists Price Is lid and 2s 9d Der bottle MESSRS W. H. SMITH and SON deiiver the SOUTH WALES DAILY NJSWS at an early hour each Morning in ail Darts of the follow fng towns CARDIFF SWANSEA NEWPORT ROATH MERTHYR PORTSKEWBTT CANTON ABERDARE PONTYPOOL ROAD BUTE DOCKS HEREFORD PEMBROKE DOCK BRIDGEND NEW MlLFOItD HAVERFORDWKSI NEATH BRISTOL GLOUCESTER LLANELLi ENHY ABERYSTWYTH LAMPETER CARMARTHEN ABERGA VENNY Tha CARDIFF TIMHS aiso delivered every Fr day to any address in the abova mentioned Towns. ORDERS to be sent to rhe Managers of the various bookstalls alt5 bn Àudínn. NEWPORT, Al ONMO UTIIS HIRE. ESTATE OF ALDERMAN MURPHY, DECEASED. VALUABLE LEASEHOLD PROPERTY IN DOCK. STREET, WITH RAILWAY COMMUNICATION, AND LONG LEASEHOLD IN CLARENCE-PLACE. MESSRS WILLIAM GRAHAM, SON, JJUL and HITCHCOX are instructed by Mr T. E. Cooke (the Receiver) to SELL by AUCTION, at the King's Head Hotel, Newport, on MONDAY, the 12tb day of September, 1887, at Three o'clock, as follows;- LOT I-A DWELLING-HOUSE, No. 39, in Dock. street, together with the Fitting Shops, Foundry, Smifliy, and other erections at the back thereof, held under a sub-lease from William Hunt for 40 years, from 1st September, 1854, at the annual rent of £180, to- gether with a piece of land adjoining thereto, having an entrance from Powell's-place, and containing 586 square yards or thereabouts, held under a lease from the Tredegar Wharf Company for the remainder of a term expiring the 25th March, 1905, at the yearly rent of Ell 10s. LOT 2.—The PREMISES in Caroline-street, known as the Britannia Foundry, comprising two cottages, moulding ^hed, engine-house, fitting shop, large yard, and other erections, together with a stone-built and slated WAREHOUSE of three storeys in Canal-parade, and the RAILWAY WAGON BUILDING SHEDS, STORES, and YARD, with the direct railway connec- tion with the G.W. Railway sidings, recently occupied as part of the Railway Wagon Works of the late Mr Alderman Murphy, held as follows :—As to part under a lease from John Jones, Esq., for a term expiring 29tb September, 1893, at the annual rent of;010, and as to the remainder under a lease from the Tredegar Wharf Company tor the remainder of a term expinng the 25th March, 1905, at the yearly rent of B18 13s 9d. Together witb a Piece of LAND, giving an entrance from Powell's-place, held (with other Premises) under a lease from the Tredegar Wharf Company for a term expiring 25th March, 1905, but subject to no annual rent. LOT 3.—A large Y AKD having a frontage to Clarence- place of lboft., adjoining the River Usk, together with. the Buildings therein, recently occupied as a timber yard and saw mill by the late Aldeiman Murphy; held with Lot 4 under a lease from W. R. Herbert, Esq., for a term of 60 years from the 25th December, 1885, sub- ject to the apportioned rents of £90 for the first 20 years, and of BllOfor the remainder of the term. JOT 4.—All that large YARD and PREMISES lying to the north of the G. W. Railway, and severed from Lot 3 by such railway, with a considerable frontage to the river and to East Usk-road held under the same lease as Lot 3, and subject to the apportioned rent of B50 for the first 20 years, and of S50 for the remainder of the term. N.B.—The Auctioneers specially direct the attention of manufacturers, merchants, and others requiring space to these premises, which are in unrivalled situations. Lots 3 and 4 afford building sites of great value ripe for development. For further particulars apply to the Receiver, Mr T. E. Cooke, Bridge-street, Newport; to the Auctioneers, Newport; or to Messrs GUSTARD and LLEWELLIN, 6020 Solicitors, Newport. NEWPORT, MONMOUTHSHIRE, RAILWAY WAGON WORKS, DOCK-STRRET AND CANAL-PARA DK. AND THE BRIDGE SAW MILLS, CLARENCE-PLACE. ESTATE OF ALDERMAN JAMES MURPHY, DECEASED. MESSRS WM. GRAHAM, SON, and HITCHCOX are instructed by the Receiver appointed by the Court of Chancery to SELL bv AUC- TION, at the Works, on TUESDAY, WEDNESDAY, and THURSDAY, 13th, 14th, and 15th September, 1687, commencing each day at Eleven o'clock, the entire PLANT, MACHINERY, STOCK, STORKS, 300 RAILWAY WAGONS, &c., &C., Comprising Ten lathes, drilling and boring machines, pillar and other drillins machines, tyre, boring and facing machines; punching, shearing, planing, grovinA, 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, boibrs, and fittings, shafting and pulleys, 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, furge, 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, MOM. -u_u. 5874 ESTATE OF MR CHARLES PHILLIPS (DECEASED). SALB of IMPORTANT LEASEHOLD PROPERTIES in Commercial-street, Ebenezer-terrace, and Cardiff- road, Newport, Mon. WITHOUT RESERVE. MESSRS PARSONS AND ROBJENT have received instructions to OFFER for SALE by AUCTION,at the William the Fourth H tel,Newport, on WEDNESDAY, September21st,1887, at Three o'clock in the Afternoon, the following valuable LEASEHOLD PliOPKRTIES:— LOT 1.—Ail that very convenient and admirably. situated Double-Licensed HOUSE, known as William the Fourth Hotel, situate and being No. 93, Commer- cial-street, Newport, l\Ion., lately in the occupation of Mr Charles Phillips, deceased. This is well-known to be one of the oldest and most respectable hotels in the town of Newport, and the trade both indoor and out is very extensive. LOT 2.-All that extensive BLOCK OF BUILDINGS, YARD, and LOFTS, situate in Ebenezer-terrace, New- port a portion whereof is nuw used as livery stables, containing stabling room for fifteen horses, and was in the occupation of the late Mr Charles Phillips, in con- nection with the above-named hotel. The property comprised in these lots is heid under a lease from the Tredegar Wharf Company, for :v term of which there are ten years unexpired, and is subject to an apportioned ground rent of £5. LOT 3.—All that convenient DWELLING-HOUSE, situate and bein? No 35, Cardiff-road, Newport, con- tainining seven rooms, now in the occupation of Mr T. Mahoney, as monthly tenant, at the Jow annual rent of £ 18, tenant paying all rates and taxes. LOT 4.—All that capital WAREHOUSE with LOFT over, containing by admeasurement 47 feet by 18 feet or thereabouts, lately in the occupation of the late Mr Charles Phillips, as a coach-house, situate at the rear of No. 35, Cardiff-road aforesaid, and having a frontage to Beynon's-court. This property may be readily converted into a stable, or for other similar purposes, if desired. The property, comprised in lots 3 and 4, is held under a lease from the Tredegar Wharf Co., at an apportioned ground rent of 2 3s, and for a term of which there are over 11 years unexpired. Arrangements have been made with the Tredegar Wharf Co. by which the lease of the properties com- prised in lots 1 and 2 may be renewed to a term of 60 years from the 29th of September, 1887, at the very low ground-rent of B36 per annum, subject to the premises being raised another storey, and the front wall being re-built with stone or brick as per plan, to be approved of by the Company. Particulars of the apportionment of the ground-rent may be obtained upon application. Arrangements have also ben made with the Tredegar Wharf Co. by which the lease of the properties com- prised in lots 3 and 4 may be renewed upon advan- tageous terms, subject to certain structural alterations, particulars of which may bo obtained upon application. Further Particulars and Conditions of Sale can be had upon application to the Auctioneers, or of Messrs LYNE & CO., Solicitors, Westgate Chambers, Newport. Westgate-buildings, Newport, August, 1887. PRELIMINARY NOTICE. I MESSRS HOWARD and KEY (in con- junction with J. S. Pitt, lb, John-street, Bristol) are instructed to SELL by AUCTION on the premises, without the least reserve, the are instructed to SELL by AUCTION on the premises, without the least reserve, the STOCK-IN-TRADE, FITTINGS, AND EFFECTS of Mr F. Fillipini, Jeweller, 22, Maiket-square, Ponty- pridd, on WEDNESDAY and THURSDAY, the 14th and 15th September, 1887, and following days if neces- sary, unless previously disposed of by private contract, of which due notice will be given. The stoek comprises gold and silver watches, jewellery, plate, clocks, f incy articles, fixtures, fittings, ifcc. 6233 Sale to commence each day at 2.30 o'clock precisely. QARTON'S J1>RIZE FYJEDAL ALES. c HAS. GARTON AND CO. Beg leave to announce that their Prize Medal and other Ales are now supplied Dire:t 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 l/2\ LIGHT BITTER ALE if. I Brewed especially for private families, and recommended for their absolute i purity, delicacy of flavour, and I valuable tonic properties. STOUT.l/. to 1/41 In Nine and Eighteen Gallon Casks. 3916 THE BREWERY, BRISTOL. TO STEAM USERS AND OTHERS. (J. JJ< ^RDILN AND GONS, OIL, TALLOW REFINERS, AND GREASE MANUFACTURERS, Manchester, have 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 laige stock of LUBRICATING, CYLliNDER, GAS ENGINE, and COLZA OILS, TALLOW, GREASES, SOFT SOAP, WASTE, &a., Which they can deliver at the shortest notice. Branch Mannger-G. M. DANIEL. Office-115, Bute Docks. 5845 E PPSIS GRATEFUL AND COMFORTING. (BREAKFAST) MADE SIMPLY WITH (JOCO A. BOILING WATER OR MILK. 3911 ONE BOX OF CLARKE'S B 41 PILLS is warranted to cure ail discharges from the urinary organs in either sex, acquired or constitutional, gravel, and pains in the back. Sold in boxes, 4s 6d each, bv all chemists and patent medicine vendors or sent to any address for 60 stamps by the makers, The L ncoln and Midland Counties'Drug Company, Lincoln Wholesale Agents Barclay and Sons, London, and all the wholesale houses. 1005 Publir SluÍÍrts. YSTRADGUNLAIS STOCK and JL PLEASURE FAIR, SEPTEMBER 7th. JJOYAL ACADEMY OF MUSIC. —— CARDIFF CENTRE. The LISTS ARE NOW READY for the forthcoming examination to be held in Cardiff, and may be had upon application to the Representative, Mr F. ATKINS, Alus. Bac., Oxon, Fernley House, Severn-road. THE STOCKER PRIZE DRAWING. WINNING NUMBERS. 2489 „ 5566 5228 .5808 3030 4966 .„ 1580 524 1097 4S34 190^ 4581 5747 266 2131 817 5907 1939 556 841 817 5907 1939 556 841 5617 4435 6071 4370 3982 978 3534 3219 635 4189 2731 5643 2306 4399 2096 Prizes given out at Park Hall auction-rooms, Sept. 1st, at 7 p.m. 83 flARDIFF CRICKET CLUB. I ESTABLISHED 1837. GRAND PRIZE DRAWING ON ART UNION PRINCIPLES. OVER 100 PRIZES 1st Prize—Upright Grand Pianoforte, value 60 Guineas. 2nd „ Suite of Bedroom Furniture 25 „ 3rd „ Gold Watch JE15 4th Electro-plated Tea and Coffee Service B5 5th Cricketer's Outfit B5 5 Prizes, value £ 1 each; 50, value 10s; 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, SEPTEMBER 24th, 1887, full particulars of which will be duly announced. The Winning Num- bers will be published in the South Wales Daily IVem and the Western Mail of September 26th, 1887. W, L. YORATH, ) w. A. MORGAN, > Hon. Sees. J. G. CLARK, ) T. FARRANCE, Hon. Treasurer. Offices-76, St. Mary-street, Cardiff. 5910 THE ABERGAVENNY HORSE SHOW 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 jBSOO Will be offered for Competition. For Revised Prize List, Entry Forms, dec., apply to the Secretary, Mr JAMES STRAKER, 6064 Auctioneer, Abergavenny. AHA WORTH of VALUABLE x. PRIZES have been subscribed towards THE GRAND BAZAAR and DRAWING of PRIZES in aid of the SACRED HEART HOME, DRUMCONDRA, DUBLIN, the only Free Home in Ireland for the Rescue and Protection of Poor Desti. tute Children. With the approbation of his Grace the Archbishop of Dublin, and under the presidency of the Right Hon. the Lord Mayor, the Bazaar and Grand Drawing will take place in the ROTUNDA, on TUES. DAY, WEDNESDAY, and THURSDAY, 4th, 5th, and 6th October, 1887. First Prize—A beautiful Cameo Likeness of his Holiness Pope Leo XIII., set in line gold and precious stones. The gift of his Holiness for the Bazaar. Second Prize-;EIOO. Third Prize—Solid Silver Breakfast Service, value £70. Fourth Prize- Handsome Set of Vestments, made of Irish Poplin, Presented by his Grace the Archbishop of Dublin. Fifth Prize- Solid Silver Claret Jug and Salver, value ESO. Also several Thousands of other Valuable Prizea, gifts of friends of the Home. With each book of twenty tickets a Free Ticket is presented, and those who will purchase or dispose of two books (£1 worth), for the general drawing will be presented with a ticket for separate SPECIAL "ALL- PRIZE DRAWING first prize, £25; second prize, a Salver, value Blh third prize, a Gold Watch (presen- ted by the ladies of Detroit) also several thousand other valuable prizes, gifts of friends of the Home. Each All-Pi ize Ticket" is sure to win a prize. The drawing, which will be on the Plan of the Art Union, will take place in the Rotunda, under the superintendence of the Lord Mayor and the High Sheriff of Dublin. The winning numbers will be pub. lished in the Freeman's Journal, Irish Times, Nation, Weekly Freeman, and Catholic Times of October 15th. Lists of winning numbers wili be forwarded to those sendina st-amped and addressed envelopes for same to THOMAS SEXTON, Esq., M.P., or Dr. KENNY, M.P., hon. secs. Tickets can be had on application to the Hon. Sees., Mansion House, Dublin; "Messrs Burns and Oat6s, Limited, 28, Orchard-street, W., London; R. Wash- bourne, 18, Paternoster-row, London and Catholic Publishing Depot, 30 and .52, Manchester-street, Liver. pool. 6256 Jublit Appointments. le "VTANTYGLO AND BLAINA LOCAL -Li BOARD. APPOINTMENT OF SURVEYOR AND INSPECTOR OF NUISANCES. The above Local Board will, at a meeting to be held at their Office at Blaina, on Thursday, the 22nd day of September Next, at Three o'clock in the Afternoon, proceed to the APPOINTMENT of a PERSON willing to undertake the duties of SURVEYOR AND INSPECTOR OF NUISANCES for their District, which comprises Nantyglo. 3arnvach, and Blaina, with an area of 4,500 acres, or thereabouts, and a population of about 10,500. Candidates must be competent to carry out the duties prescribed by the Public Health Acts, the Orders of the Local Government Board, the Bye-Laws of the Local Board, and to carry out all their lawful directions with reference to the respective offices to prepare estimates, specifications, and plans, and to advise the Local Board as to 'the correctness of plans presented for their approval. They must also have a practical knowledge of building materials and sanitary works, road making, and the duties of a water engineer and sanitary engineering works generally, and able to superintend cemeteries. and to keep a set ot books in connection therewith. The board will give preference to a person who has previously held similar offices to a sanitary authority. The person appointed will be required to reside near the Board's Office at Blaina, to devote the whole of his time to the duties of the respective offices, to enter into a written agreement for the due and faithful performance of his duties, and must be prepared to enter upon same on the 29th September next, also to give security, through the Guarantee Society, in the sum of £50. The appointment as Inspector ot Nuisances will be made subject to the approval of the Local Government Board, and will in the first instance be made for one year. The salary will be as Surveyor S40 per annum, and as Inspector of Nuisances £90 per annum, to include travelling and other expenses (except necessary forms, stamps, and stationery). Canvassing any of the members will disqualify any applicant for the appointment. Applications stating age, present and previous occu- pations, and whether married or single, together with the originals of recent testimonials, not exceeding three in number, to be delivered to the undersigned, marked in red ink, "Surveyor and Inspector," on ox before Wednesday, the 21st day of September next, at 4 p,iii. (By Order) JON. ALEX. SHEPARD, Clerk to the Board. 87, Queen-street, Tredegar, 26th August, 1887. 6213 FURNITURE, FURNITURE, F URNITURE, FOR THE MILLION, AT gEALEY'S 56, ST. MARY STREET, (NEXT DOOR TO THE ROYAL OAK). NEW AND SECOND-HAND OF EVERY DESCRIPTION. THE CHEAPEST HOUSE IN SOUTH WALES. T. SEALEY, PROPRIETOR OF THE HALF-MOON FURNITURE VANS. ESTABLISHED 15 YEARS. 6207 I 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. I Ross's ROYAL BELFAST" A ERA TED W A T E R S. THE ONLY GOLD MEDAL AWARDED FOR GINGER ALE. LIVERPOOL INTERNATIONAL EXHIBITION. 96e ——— 12800 2676 SOLE MANUFACTORY, BELFAST. Who suffer from NERVOUS A DEBILITY, LOST VIGOUR, EX- HAUSTED VITALITY, KIDNEY BOON DISEASES. &c A Treatise ex- x plaining the renownedMARSTON treatment, by local absorption, „ the only positive cuie without -LO Stomach Medicines, will be sent in plain envelope sealed I *m w TT< xr for three stamps.—The MARS- [%/| & TON REMEDY CO., 249A, High -JLTJL Holborn, London. 12628-1207 MPOP,TA-NLT. -One Box of thel.X.L. Pills JL are guaranteed to cure ail private cases and comdii. 0' cations of the urinary organs, 'vhether acauired "or otherwise. Also Gravel and Pjins in the Back Sent post free for 4s by Proprietor, G. D. Horton, M.P.S (from; he General Hosnitai), Aston-road, Birmingham. Agents Cariiiff-A. Hagan, Chemist, 39, Bridgc-st. Ilerrhy,-Willi, Chemist, Pontmoriais and Georgetown. Swansea—Lloyd Chemist, Oxford-street Newport—Young, Chemist, High-street. N.B.—-Hav never been known to fail Letters answered free. 4750 (SDuratm. CARDIl'. ST. CATHERINE, CARDIFF. A FIRST-CLASS SCHO, FOR GIRLS. 12703 ——— 1489 PRINCIPAL—MIS STULLIS. School-House No. 3, Paik-place Residence (Private <6 for Boards)..No. 11, Park-place. Amongst the examination suesses of the year are- Cardiff University College, Solarship of E30 a year for three years; London-Univeity, Three Matricula- tions (First-class) ;Cambridge inior,Three First-ci.»»s Honours, one Third, six Passe: (Of the 2,300 gills examined, only 16 were placedn the first division of the first class, of whom two we pupils of St. Cathe rine's.) All public exaiiiinatie3 are optional. NEXT TERM BEGINS fJDAY, SEPT. lbtb. ARROW HOUSE CHOOL, ROATH, CARD.'F. PRINCIPALS The Misses AIAKS, assisted by Efficient Teachs. Pupils have been succefully prepared for the Examinations of the Univsity of Cambridge, the College of Preceptors, the Ral Academy, etc. The House is large, and tasantly situated, with a good recreation ground. T> health and comfort ..f boarders receive special aantion. Moderate fees. Next term commences Septaber 15th. 1090S 5878 QT. OLAVE'S SCBOL FOR"~GIRLS. O No. 20, WIND^OK-LACE, CARDIFF. PRINCIPAL—Mrs PHILLS (n6a Miss Furse), Certificated, Cauibriie, with honours. Referees-Miss Kendall, ead-mistress of Howell's School, I.lanrlaff Rev C. JThompson, Vicar of St. John's, Cardiff Rev Chanc<or Woods, Sully Rectory, Rev W. Bruce (late Canon oilandaff Cathedral) Rev H. 'Ihompson, Rural Dean (Windsor. NEXT TERM WILL EG IN ON TUESDAY SEPTEMBER 6TH. Prospectus on application 6127 S~r MARY'S HAL SCHOOL, PARK- GRCE. PRINCIPAL—ALEANDER LOW. Pupils are prepared for ti Universities, the Univer. sity Local, College of Preiptors, and other examina- tions. During the past ye pupils from this school have gained—1 Scholarships Cardiff University Col- lege, 20 certificates, 2 first lass, 7 second class, and 2 special certificates at Coll,e of Piecsptors' examina- tions. In College of Precttors' Midsummer examina- tion a pupil of this school as first of all the candidates examined in Algebia. 5978 NEXT TERM will begipn THURSDAY, Sept. 1st. ONKTON HOSE SCHOOL, TRE- DEGARVILE, CARDIFF. PRINCIPAL H.iHEWBROOKS, B.A. Pupils prepared for t) Universities, the Univerity Local, Civil Service, and -her examinations. NEXT TERM WILL COMMENCE TUESDAY, SEr. 13th. r Prospectuses maybe olained from Mr Wm. Lewis, Duke-street, Cardiff, til Sept. 9th; after that date from the Principal. 95 QT MARGARET'} RICHMOND-ROAD, ►C? CARDIFF.—SCHOL for GIRLS, and Prepara- tory Class for Boys und' ten years, Principal: Mrs Simpson, Government C-tificated Teacher First Class. Pupils prepared for pelic examinations, ttc. boys specially prepared for dvanced schools. Large and well-ventilated schoolrous. Vacancies for boarders. Next Term commences londay, September l2tb. 5935 K E N STNTT O N II o u s E WINDSOR-LACE, CARDIFF. BOARDING A DK SCHOOL FOR GIRLS. Principals 1e Misses HARVEY. 670 The Autumn Term comences SEPTEMBER 15th. (CARDIFF MIIDLE-CLASS SCHOOL J BOYS), COWBRIDGE-RIU), near Sophia Gardens. PRINCIPAL M WILKS, B.A. (Lond.) 46 Next Term Commencs TUESDAY, SEPT. 13, 1887. IRLS" COILEGIATE "SCHOOL, MADRAS VILA, Newport-road Cardiff. Principals: The 31iies Baker. NEXT TERM COMMENCES September 13th. 36 PINARTH. ENARTH IDDGE, PENARTH.- JL HERBERT FILD, M.A., receives the sons of gentlemen as boarderand day scholars below the age of 14, aud also gives pwate tuition preparatory to the Universities and Proftsions. TERM BEGINS SPT. 15th. 161 PREPARATOIY SCHOOL FOR BOYS. JL Mr JOSEPH sum WILL OPIN on TUESDAY, Sept. 6th, 1887, at iASLAND HOUSE, 18. WEST. BOURNE-ROAD, PHARTH. Prospectus on appli- cation. 366 IVY TOR, VESTBOIJRNE ROAD~ PENARTH. SHOOL FOR GIRLS — Miss WHITE will re-commnce duties on September 15th. Four resident Pupils 'ill be received. Application by letter until Sep teni.be: 7th. 6123 CCVVBRIDGE. REAT IOUSE SCHOOL. VX PRINCIPALS Irs and Misses CULVERWELL. Pupils prepared fonll Local Examinations. During the past year 43 Certifcates have been obtained from Doyal Academy, Triniy College, and College of Pre- ceptors. Duties reamed 17th September. 1024-7853 SVANSEA. ST. HELEN'S LODGE, BRYNYMOR- 0 ROAD, SWANSEA.—GIRLS' BOARDING AND SCHOOL. Heid Mistress, Miss Garlick, A.C.P., Assisted by English nsident Governesses (certificated) Ind visiting Masters Pupils prepared for any exami- nation. The house s well situated five minutes' walk from beach and park. The Next Term will commence Monday, SeptemberIZth. 569 ARNOLD COLLEGE.—Boarders and day scholars succssftilly prepared for business, and all preliminary examnations. Edgar Williams, B.D., Principal. 5472 13018 GROVE-PLACE, SWANSEA. —YOUNG LADIES* BOARDING and DAY SCHOOL, con- ducted by Miss IAVARD. The autumn term will commence on Tuesday, September 13th. MUMBLES. HISTLEBOON HOUSE SCHOOL.— Established 1840. Principal—M. H.NEWMAN, M.A.. Oxon (late Exhibitioner of his College), with Assistant Masters. Boys received from seven upwards. Fees moderate, ani vary according to age. No illness during last seven jears. Next term commences Sep- tember 14th. 840 NEATH. XTEATH.— PROPRIETARY SCHOOL. -.Ll Higher Educat.on. -Application for terms, etc., to Archdeacon of Litulaff, or Headmaster. Neath. 5902 MAESY CWMMER, HE SOUTH~VVALES SCHOOL FOR GIRLS, SUMMERFIELD HALL, MAESYCWMMER. CARDIFF. PRINCIPAL—Mrs MCHOLLS, F.S.Sc. (London), Gold aid Silver Medallist. (Under distinguished patronage, and in union with Trinity College, London, and tue Society of Science, Arts, aid 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. The girls 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 »lso 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 exanination, the Examiners (London) -"aid:—" The work tone by this school is exceedingly good and creditable to the Principal." Arithmetic Excellent" and "Scripture Excellent." JS100 per annum isgiven in Scholarsnips, and EloO to S180 in prizes. Over 200 testimonials from the parents of pupils in all Sarts of Wales, Jlonmouth, Gloucester, Cornwall, ■ftondon, &c. "A school to suitthe times, good, cheap, and comfort. able, Vid Press. Fees for boardeis, including tuition, scholarships, prizes, and preparation for any University Examination, five guineas per term. Day pupils, one guinea. 6059 -_I LLANDILO. LLANDILO LADIES' SCHOOL. -i-J PKINCIPAI, Miss MACARTHUR. NEXT TERM, SEPTEMBER 13. Locality highly recommen. ded for delicate children, of whom special care is taken. Fees moderate. 910 HEREFORD. HEREFORD LADIES' COLLEGE JLL COMPANY, LIMITED. The County of Hereford is celebrated for its salu- brity, and excellent Masters for Accomplishments are engaged. Terms for Boarders under 12 years of age, 2b Guineas per annum ditto, above 12 years of age, 30 Guineas per annum. The next term commences Tuesday, SeDtember 20th. For Prospectuses apply to Mrs Jacob, the Lady Principal, Hereford; or to the Secretary, Mr Maddison, Ledbury. 1087 CHEPSTOW. Q MAUR COLLEGE. -Principals: The Misses THOMAS; highest references; great success in examinations; beautiful recreation grounds terms moderate and inclusive. Vacancy for Governess Student, Next Term September 15th. 570 CHEPSTOW GRAMMAR SCHOOL. CHEPSTOW GRAMMAR SCHOOL 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 PONTYPRIDD. pONTYPRIDD GRAMMAR SCHOOL. THE TERM BEGINS ON MONDAY, 12TH SEPT. Entrance Scholarship Examination will be held on 29th and 30th September, vhen Captain Williams's Scholarship (£10) and other exhibitions will be offered for competition. Apply to 6243 J. F. MCLUNE, Headmaster. STAFFORDSHIRE. TETTENHALL COLLEGE, ST AFFORD- JL ISHIRE. I The NEXT TERM WILL COMMENCE on TUES- DAY, 20th SEPTEMBER NEXT. Fo particulars with respect to Terms, Scholarships, &c., and for Lists of Honours, apply to the Head Master. o588 (Elmcatifln. NEWPORT. £ <OT, LEGIATE SCHOOL. OAKFlELD, CAERAU PARK, NEWPORT (For Day Boys and Boarders). PRINCIPALS—G. BURGESS HUGHES, M.A., late Exhibitioner of Worcesier College, Oxford; First Class Mathematical Finals; First B.fec., London. E. J. NEWELL, M.A., late Exhibition r of Worcester College, Oxford Exhibitioner-Klect of Balliol Second Class, Classical Moderations; Second Class, Classical Finals. MASTER OF MODERN LANGUAGES — PROFESSOR BARBIF.R, 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 eptember 13. For prospeduses apply to the Principals. 5816 MONMOUTH. _n PREPARATORY SCHOOL FOR BOYS, JL ST. MRS MARSHALL. Referees—Head Master of the Grammar School and parents of pupils. 417 TREDEGAR. TREDEGAR GRAMMAR SCHOOL. HEAD MASTER J. S. GRANT, Jesus College, Oxford (late Second Master of the Abergavenny Grammar School.) NEXT TERM COMMENCES SEPTEMBER 13. For prospectuses apply to the Head Master. 573 CHELTENHAM. "XT" ORT H AMP TON HOUSE COLLEGIATE SCHOOL, CHELTENHAM. PRINCIPAL, Rev. W. BARWELL, assisted by F. Hartley, Esq., B. A., B. Ing., and several other tutors. Superior education, with careful moral training. By- students may attend the shorthand and land surveying classes. Mr W. P. Winter, who recently distinguished himself in the London Matriculation as the first in Wales and the eighteenth in honouis in Great Britain, was educated mne years in this school. Excellent accommodation for boarders, with moderate and inclu- sive terms. The Christmas term will commence on September 13th, 18S7. 5988 QHELTENHA^GRAMMAR SCHOOE NEXT TERM BEGINS on SEPTEMBER 6th. An examination for lntrance Scholarships will be held on September 6th and 7th. Apply to the Head Master 6048 u WESTON-SUPER-MARE. EDUCATION. —SEASIDE, JLU DUNMARKLYN, WESTON-SUPER.MARE. HIGH CLASS SCHOOL FOR GIRLS. Preparation for all local examinations. Highest references to parents of pupil". The TERM WILL COMMENCE on SEPTEMBER 15th. Terms on application to the principals. 5896 BRISTOL. MINING AND TECHNICAL DEPART- MENT. MERCHANT VENTURERS' SCHOOL, BRISTOL (Formerly the Bristol Mining Scbooi). New buildings and complete equipments bave recently been provided for this es ablishment. In audition to the instruction in mining and the appliecl sciences which has been hitherto offered, an annual course on Practical Mining is given by Mr William Morgans.one ot the Examiner; for Mine Mana- gers' Certificates, and 1\1r J. Sparkes, of the Kingswood Collieries, gives weakly instruction in Mining Practice and Surveying in these pits, by the kind permission of the proprietor, Handel Cossham, Esq., H.P. Courses of instruction are also provided for those who are engaged in the constructive trades, or 111 manufactures. Th 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 anù appliances for the practical study of pattern making ana metal work- ing are also open to the general public as well as to students of the school. There i" also in the same establishment a school of applied science for boys, which 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 apply to the Treasurer, Merchants' Hall, Bristol. 6109 NORTH TAWTO. NORTH DEVON. NORTH TAWTON SCHOOL PATRON—The Earl of PORTSMOUTH A thoroughly useful and practical education, with preparation tor various examinations. Boarders from £ 21 per annum. 1076 Prmmectn8 and hononr Hst from the Hearl 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 Colleges at Cambridge.—Address Rev. J. H. Thompson, M.A., West Buckland, South Molton, North Devon. A ptea.mer oes from Swansea to Ilfracombe, from which the school is easily accessible. 499 J ub Unctions. Now Ready, 2s: Small fcivo. 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 n:anual.Britfsf. Medical Journal. "Plainly and clearly written, al1d well il1ustra.ted. The Metropolitan. 1057 BRISTOL JOHN WRIGHT A CO., STONE BRIDGE. LONDON TRUBNER & CO., LUDGATE HILL. To the Young Men of England who Suffer from Nervous Debility. Just Published. THE CONFESSIONS & EXPERIENCE JL OF AN INVALID, designed as a Warning and a Caution to others; supplying at the same time tbe means of Self Cure, by one who has cured himself after undergoing the usual amount of Medical Imposition anù Quackery. Single copies may be had (post free) by sending a. stamped addressed envelope to the author, Arthur Dixon, Esq., Hounslow, near London. 12973 4657 JJEATH S JpiANOFORTES. Q R G A N S AND II A R M 0 N I U M S: HEATH AND SONS FJLHREE SYSTEM IS APPLIED TO THE HIRE & PURCHASE OF INSTRUMENTS BY ALL MAKERS, FROM 10s MONTHLY. EVERY INSTRUMENT GUARANTEED. 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Davies, Bridge-street. Pembroke Dock, M. S, Cole, 10, Dimond-street Rhondda. Mr J. H. Thomas, Tailor Porth. St. David's.Mr W. Lewis, tailor, Cross-square Tenby MissEynon, Confectioner, 1 Crackwcll?. Usk .lfr Jones. Urocer liridee-streec 1000 "\TO NAME OINTMENT.—This Oint- JLi ment is confidentially recommended as a<i old, tried, and successful remedy for scurvy, scrofula, glandular swellings, ringworm, old wounds, ulcerated legs, scald heads, l)lotc\tes on the face and body, St, Anthony's fire, burns, chilblains, bruises, piles, fistula, rheumatism, bunions, &c. It will soon heal up the most obstinate eruptions of the skin of every kind. Please note the Trade Mark Label on each pot. ~VTO NAME PILLS. — For scrofula, scurvy, ulcerated legs, erysipelas, blotches on the face, eruptions on the bod., piles, fistula, glandular swellings, Ac., <fcc. They may be taken by persons of either sex, are tonic and invigorating, and, acting upou the secretions, they are a truly alnable blood purifier, aml may be tised in conjunction with the" No Name" Ointment in any of the above diseases. Sold m pots and boxes by all chemists, price 7id, Is lid, a.nd 2s 9d each. SOLE PROPRIETOR :— J. WHITEHOUSE, 194, DERITEND, BIRMINGHAM. 5259 ILL-POSTING AT NEWPORT, MON. J. M REES, 100 COMMERCIAL-ROAD, NEWPORT, BILL-POSTER ana DELIVERER for TOWN and COUNTRY Rents all the principal Hoardings in Newport, aM. Work executed with despatch 1009 d&xntrstons. DAILY SERVICE between WESTON JLJ' and CARDIFF by the Saloon Steamer LADY M A R G A R E J (Wind, weather, and circumstances permitting). AUG.—Fron. CARDIFF. AUG.—From WESTON. Wed 31—B.Oam, 3,15, and I Wed 31-1.45, 4.60, and 8.0 5.45 pm I TIIUTS am, 4.15 pm and 7.30 pm Fri 2—8.0 am. 330 and I Fri 2—y.15 am, 4.45 and 6.0 pm 7.30 pm Full particulars see bills and local time tables, for specilil arrangements of Excursion parties, or tor hire of passenger steamers etc., apply to Edwards, Robertson, and Co., Bute Docks. Cardiff. 4521 TO-DAY^ AFTERNOON EXCURSIONS from -ciL CARDIFF to CHEPSTOW, CLEVEDON, and WATCHET. On WEDNESDAY, August 31st, to CLEVEDON and CHEPSTOW leave Cardiff, 3.0 p.m. Chepstow, 6.30 p.m. Clevedon, 7.45 p. ro Fares to Clevedon, is and Is 6d: Chepstow, Is 6d and 2s. Moonlight to return. WEDNESDAY. AUGUST 31, by EARL OF JERSEY, to WATCHET. Leave Cardiff, 3.0 p.m.; leave Watchet. 6.30 p.m. fares, to and fro. Is 6d. Moonlight to return. 6219 RUMMER TOURS IN SCOTLAND. GLASGOW and the HIGHLANDS (Royal Route, via Crinan and Caledonian Canals) The Royal Mjjl Steamers COLUMBA or IONA sail trorn GLASGOW DAILY at 7 a.m.. from GRKENOCK at 9 a.m., in connection witb Express Trains from Cardiff and tbe South, conveying passengers for Oban, Fort William, Inverness, Lochawe, Skye, Gairloch, Staffa, lona, Glencoe, Islay, Stornoway, &c. Offiuikf Guide. 3d Illustrated, bd and is. Time bills with map and fares free by post from the owner, David Macbrayne, 119, Hope-street, Glasgow 303e—4603 IBirilfcittg 1J1:idíts. THE PRINCIPALITY PERMANENT JL INVESTMENT JJUILDING gOCIETY. BONUS RECENTLY APPORTIONED, £4,503 6s lOd, Being an addition of 1 per cent. for Investors, and a Remission to all Borrowers of one-twentieth of the Interest charged to them. THE BEST AND FAIREST SOCIETY IN THE DISTRICT. RESERVE FUND, £4,522, The Offices, 28, St. Mary-street, Cardiff, are OPEN DAILY FOR BUSINESS. 7422 1023 W. SANDERS, MANAGING SECRETARY. HE carTDTff B UILDYNG SOCIETY. SOCIETY. 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Further particulars may be obtained of Messrs Walter H. Morgan and Rhys, Solicitors to the Society, or of EVAN DAVIES, 3602 Managing Secretary flUlE MERTHYR AND DOWLAIS X BUILDING SOCIETY Established 1872, incorporated under tbe Bnildin: LIBERAL ADVANCES (£100 to £10,000,) EASY REPAYMENTS. FAVOURABLE RED EMPTIO" TERMS. Utmost Secrecy. Loans granted on Buildings in progress. No management charges. Repayments In Three to Seventeen Years. Mr PETER WILLIAMS, Secretary, Merthyr Tydfil. Local A2cnt for C:trdiff, Newport, Penarth, Barry, Pontypridd and Porthcawi, Mr W. COOPER PENN, Temple Chambers, st. John's-square, Cardiff, All communications will receive prompt and personal attention. 1058 OUT H WALES MERCANTILE BUILDING SOCIETY, Philharmonic Chambers, Cardiff.—The Directors are prepared to accept Deposits from 2 to 4 per cent. interest, according to notice of withdrawal. The Self-Audit Balance-sheet sent on application.—John Jenkins, A,C.A.. Secretary. 1045 THE ANGLO. 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September Sth, RICHARD ilL FRIDAY September 9th, ANNUAL BENEFIT OK MK EDWARD FLETCHER: MONDAY, September 12th. MISS KATE SANTLEY in the New Open, INDIANA. MONDAY. September 6th, CARL ROSA. Open 7. Commence 7.3u. Half-price at 9. Box Plan at Measrs Thompson & Shackell's. Ltd. 1041 TO-NIGHT. rjlHEATRE ROYAL, CARDIFF. TONIGHT (WEDNESDAY), AUG. 31ST. A NNU AL JJENEFIT OF 1\1 H JOHN SHERIDAN, TO-NIGHT! THE ST. ANDREW'S JL A MINSTRELS, HARRY B. MORETON. TO-NIGHT I PAGANINI REDIVIVUS, JL JT the Famous Violinist. (By kind permission of Mrs Rhoda Morella). FJPONIGHT 1 JOHNNY E. NOAKES. TO-NIGHT! AST FOSBROOKE, AS DICEY MORRIS, The Old Cardiff and Bristol Favourite, TO-NIGHT I A LL THAT GLITTERS IS NOT A COLD. TO-NIGHT I JOHN SHERIDAN AS JL O STEPHEN PLUM. Mr RICHARD ELLIOTT, Mr ,1 M. GERHOLD, T. W. BENSON, and J. WILKINSON. Boucicault's celebrated Drama, AFTER DARK. Doors open at 6.15, commence at 7 precisely. 6211 Box Plan now ready at Thompson &0 Shackell's, Ltd. NEW GRAND THEATRE OF _L1 VARIETIES. Tremendous Success. Houses Packed Nightly. Everybody Delighted. CHANGE OF COMPANY. FOUR GREAT STAR TURNS. Most Important and Veiy Expensive Engagement of the great Burlesque Actress, the gifted a id beautiful IISS VEST A rpiLLEY, THE LONDON IDOL I-Direct from the Alhambra Theatre, London, in her latest successful songs, "Angels without winsrs," You love us for our rhino, yes, you do," "May Queen Victoria reign," "It's the biggest mistake in the world." A Magnificent New Set Scene, specially painted for Miss Tilley by Mr John Watson. First appearance in Cardiff of MISS CORA CARDIGAN, The Musical Gem. late of Covent Garden Promenade Concerts, London. For One Week Only. Messrs SCULLY and MORRELL. Novelty Novelty! First appearance in Cardiff of PASQUALE and his Marvellous Troupe of PERFORMING CATS AND DOGS, including his wonderful Blondin Cat! The greatest novelty of the present age! Special Engagement of tile Famous Mr CHARLES (THE FIRST) DIAMOND, The Great American Song and Dance Harpist. For full list of company, see bills. Admission as usual. Half-price at 9 o'clock to all parts except gallery. Box plan at Thompson and Shackell's. Doors open at 7 o'clock Performance to commence at 7.30. 5077 OPENING JJ-IGHT. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 3RD. MR GEORGE FOX, MR E. J. ODELL, AND OTHER DISTINGUISHED ARTISTS. 6243 RJLHE CARDIFF AND SOUTH WALES X DuG SHOW, MARKET-HOUSE. CARDIFF, WEDNESDAY and THURSDAY, August 31st and September 1st, 1887. Admission to Show: Wednesd",y, 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., 2s 6d 2 p.m. to Ó p.m., Is ó p.m. to close, ód. Thurs. dav, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.. Is 4 p.m. to close, 6d. J. E. GUNN. Hon. Sec., 6218 64, St. Mary-street, Cardiff. COLONIAL HALL, NEW-STREET, CARDIFF, TO LET For Meetings, Lectures, Entertainments, &c. Apply to Collett and Isaac; or to F. J. Smith, 49, Queen-street Arcade, Cardiff. 4527 FERN DALE. SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS! at )0 FERNDALE on SEPTEMBER the 5th. Four- teen events.—Apply Secretary for schedule. Entries close September 1st. 6221 ■■ — IlOiSlS. INNERS, 7D.—BRISTOL.—WOOD'S, 21 and 22, Broadmead. Plain Tea, 3d; or Breakfast, Meat and Bread, 4d. Good Beds, Is and Is 6d. 5218 pIANOS. J, "GRADER & IGONS, 9, WIND ST., gWANSEA. 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. AU tbe best makers are included in the three years' system. AMERICAN QRGANS. The popularity of the Organ of America having in- creased, we Import Direct trom the most celebrated manufacturers. Messrs MASON and HAMLIN, SMITH and Co., BELL and Co., „ STERLING and Co., „ CLOUGH and WARREN, :t CLARABELLA and Co., KIMBALL and Co., „ BEETHOVEN and Co., „ BRIDPORT and Co., „ PACKARD and Co., „ KELLY and Co. The many improvements introduced Sing Their Own Praise, the tone being rich and mellow, capable of the ivost 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 Three Years' System, or Monthly from 10s. 6d. Write for new books of design. 5070 PIANOS THOROUGHLY AND ECONOMI CALLY RENOVATED, REWIRED, TONED, &c. &c. A REGISTER KEPT FOR INSPECTION. ORGANS RE VOICED, TUNED, REGULATED, OR EXCHANGED. CHARGES STRICTLY MODERATE. rjlEETH TEETH TEETH I Prize Medal London, 1862. Gold Medal, Paris, 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 eX Teeth in one ciear day. The very best workman- ship guaranteed. Painless Dentistry by Gas. Partial Sets from 5s per Tooth Upper or Lower Sets rom Two Guineas. ICEALL'S TONIC AND NEURALGIC MIXTURE, Sure and Speedy Cure for Neuralgia, Tic Doloreax Rheums Toothache, and all Nervous Pains. Is lid and 2s 9d per Bottle. Through any Chemist Munday, Cardiff; Garrett, Bros., Newport; J. G. Isaac 742E(lateHAYXJUKN), Neath; B.C. ETMS, Cardigan. 1038 Sitsineas ^ilfrr £ S5 £ S. THREE S Y S T EM fjpHREE YEAIIS' SYSTEM JMANOFORTES BY BROAD WOOD JZMANOFORTES BY COLLARD. jpIANOFORTES BY BRINSMKAD. pIANOFORTES BY NEUMEYER, JpiANOFORTES BY KIRKMAN. < pIANOFORTES BY ERARD, AND ALL THE LEADING MAKERS FROM 10s. MONTHLY Until Paid for after which, and Without any Furtiief Charge whatever, the instrument becomes the Property of the Hirer. rjpHOMPSON AND jgHACKELL, LIMITED QUEEN'S BUILDINGS, CARDIFF rjlHOMPSON AND gHACKELL, LIMITED, 97 k 98, OXFORD-STHEET, SWANSEA. rjlHOMPSON AND gHACKELL, LIMITED, 118, HIGH-STREET, MERTHYR; THOMPSON AND S HACKELL 1 LIMITED, 35, COMMERCIAL-STREET, NEWPORT; ALSO AT GLOUCESTER AND TENBY THE r|lHREE YEARS' gYSTEM Was first introduced into South Wale9 by THOMPSON 4ND SHACKELL npwards of twenty years ago, since which time many thousands of homes have been ren- dered happy by the possession of.1I. Musical Instrument on such easy terms. The Monthly Payment are so low that tùere neeub no house without a PIANO, AMERICAN ORGAN, OR HARMONIUM rjpHOMPSON AND gTIACKELL 1 LIMITED, Are always pleasea to semi Full Particulars, with Descriptive Pamphlet, Photographs of the Newest Styles, &c., free by post, on the application of any- intending purchaser. DISCOUNT FOR CAS 17, The most liberal Discount is alloweù to Cash Buyers, and a large number of SECOND-HAND PIANOS uia always in Stock to seiect from at about HALF PRICE. rjlHOMPSON AND S H A CKELL LIMITED CARDIFF, SWANSEA, NEWPORT, MERTHYR. GLOUCESTER, PENARTH. 1047 !69e BRECON B EN S O N S SPECIAL WATCHES. THE "LUDGATE." SILVER. GOLD. £5 5s. £12 12s. INVENTORIES' GOLD MEDAL (HIGHEST AWARD). BENSON'S "LUDGATE" WATCH (PATENT, No 4658 IS the cheapest and best nlish Watch made. A J-plate EnglblI Lever in massive Sterlin :iílvr ease* wIth Crystal Glass, best London make. and Jewelleti throughout, true Chronometer balance. Book witll full particulars post free. jg E N S O N S LADY'S KEYLESS WATCH. SILVER GOLD1 £5. £10. Extra quality movement. Strong keyless action. Fully jewelled 18 carat û0Jrl Cases warranted. THE" LADY" says it is A marvel of cheapness; the most elegant and economical Lady's Watch we have seen (28th May, 1885). Monogram or Crest beautifully engraved wítllOut extra charge. Lady's Gold Albert Chain from S2 2s. GOLD MEDAL, INVENTIONS, 1885. g E N S O N S SPECIALLY-MADE 'FIELD" WATCH. SILVER. GOLD. S15 £25. I ENGLISH KEYLESS H ALF-CHRONO.METEB, 3-plate Lever, our hest Londün make. specially invented for hard ware; keeps perfect tune. B>ENSON'S "FIELD" WATCH.—The Hunting Editor of the Field says:—"1 linve used the Wateh for four months, and have carried it hunting sometimes tor five days a week I call coniid -lItly recommend Messrs Benson's Hunting Watch as one that can be depended on."—Field. March 22. 1884. Illustraterl book post free. BENSON'S Illustrated Pamphlets of Watches, from £22: Clocks. Jewellery, and Plate, free. J EN SON, SOLE MAKER. I STEAM FACTORY, 62 & 64, LUDGATE-HILL, E.C., 28, ROYAL EXCHANGE, and 25, OLD BOND STREET, LONDON. BENSON'S CLUBS.—Applications for Agencies to torm Clubs invited fr,1\1 Foremen, Pay Clerks, and others. Liberal terms. Bonus to -1 elll bers, 126b6-881 1248e M M 0 R G A N (Late JOHN KENT and CO.), 9, QUAY-STREET, CARDIFF. COACH AND CARRIAGE BUILDER, Begs to inform her Patrons and the Public in "eneral that she has RETIRED FROM THE BUsInk.SS carried un for so lUany years at the ab.we Address, and tba.t she has DISPOSED of STOCK-IN-TRADE PLANT, and GOODWILL to Mr .TOSKPH GEORGE GOVEll, of 1. Guildford-street, Cardiff, fo; wh m she solicits a Continuance of Orders so generousiy bestowed on her and her predecessors. JOSEPH GBORGE GOVElt (Late CHIEF INSPECTOR OF NUISANCES). Begs to inform the Public that he has COMMENCED BUSINESS, under the title of GOVER and CO.. as COACHBUILDERS AND REP\1RERS, WHEEL- WRIGHTS, SMITHS, &c,, AT 1, GUILDFORD StREKl, CARDIFF. He has PURCHASED the STOCK-IN- 1KADE P1^ ^o1 M,ss M- MORGAN (.ate Messrs Kent and Co.), 9, Quay-stre t, Cardiff, and Solicits the Kind favours of her late Patrons and the Public in general KI this his new business. 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NOT I C E THE LONG DESIRED BUSINESS IN TBE PROVINCIAL TOWN OF CARDIFF IS AT LASl OPENED. THE SOUTH WALES JEWELLERY AND PLATE DEPOSITORY IS NOW OPEN. 19 QUEEN-STREET, CARDIFF (Opposite the Queen-street Arcade). Under the management ut Mr T. S. Bomasb.of Penarth. Cash Advanced on Diamonds, Jewellery, Watcher, and a.11 portable good. at the lowest possible rate of interest. A Large Assortment of Gold and Silver Watches, Chains, Kings, Plate, Musical Instruments, Ac 5825 FIItK-PROOF SAFE 1 OR ALL VALUABLES.
ASK YOUR GROCER FOR SYMINGTON'S ARAB'S COFFEE. FOR STRENGTH. FLAVOUR, & AROMA IT STANDS UNEQUALLED SOLD IN OBLeNG TINS. BOWDEN STEAM MILLS, MARKET HARBOROUGH. GOLD MEDAL, NEW ZEALAND, 1882. 4403