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dipping Botius. flARDIFF, SWANSEA, E?yPrKj\j AND NEWPORT TO BELFAST. AND GLA9GOW. FIRST-CLASS STEAMERS *<» intended to Sail with Goods and Passengers as „. follows;— CARDIFF TO GLASGOW via Swansea a*d Belfast b £ Py MONDAY p.m. tide. „„„„ Xv^ANXEA TO GLASGOW via Belfast EVERY "EDNESDAY Evening. .NEWPORT TO GLASGOW via Swansea «»d Belfast ALTERNATE TUESDAY p.m. tiie. ftIove route offers a favourable oppcrluuity for a pleasant trip to Ireland or Scotland. Passen- will find the cabin accommodation superior, and g, n"g Summer Months, in addition to regular l: Ward. a Stewardess is carried. „. 'ares—Belfast: Cabin, 17s 6d Steeraw, 10s; Glas- Cabin, 20a; Steerage, 125 bd. Soldiers or Sailors, and a Half, available in two months. «i further particulars from M. J ones and Brother, T*nsea R. Burton and Son, Newport or B. TAYLOR and CO., Cardiff. Asfor i 1ARDIEE AND BORDEAUX £ jlfZh „J The CARDIFF STEAMSHK "^BHHHLCOMPANY'S FIRST-CLASS SCREW STEAMERS will sail as follows ..Cardiff for Bordeaux .Nov. 28 ^Hl>OGNE„ Bordeaux for Cardiff Nov. 22 2 "U foods and passengers. *or Rates of freight, <te., anply to Messrs Jno. whit- er?1 and Sons, Agents, 2, Rue Lafayette, Bordeaux; at the Offices of the CoDroany, ol. Mount ituart- ^AUrditu 1071 -J*81 HOOPER. CAMPBELL A CO.. Managers. Ayr^r "REGULAR SERVICE of .XI first class powerful STEAMERS between LIVERPOOL, CARDIFF, and DUBLIN, Cheapest and most Direct Route. lie DUBLIN GENERAL STEAM SHIPPING 1 COMPANY have appointed THE S.S. CAPTAIN COOK, 350 TonI, or other suitable Steamer, To SAIL (accidents ?rom DUBLIN — "n ra,5RAy' LIVERPOOL On SATURDAY, „ CARDIFF to DUBLIN „ and LIVERPOOL On MONDAY. xJ<* Rates and further particulars apply to M. ?"»phy jun., 96, North Wall, Dublin R. J. Swyny, ">Wiek-court, Liverpool; or to M. J. BEGG AND CO., ^1036 DOCKS, CARDIFF. AMERICAN LINK. /ETttlU UNITED STATES MAIL LIVERPOOL TO PHILA- DELPHI A EVERY WEDNESDAY, angers and goods landed at Philadelphia on the J £ of the Pennsylvania Railroad. The nliorUst and route to the West. — further particulars apply to ItiCHARDSON, °\ENCE, <fe CO., 19 and 22, Water-street, LiverpooL J. CUDLiPF, Ca«tle • road, Cardiff .loitKS s. ami (Jo., liute Docks, Cardiff, and at Dock- Newport; S. J. DAYIES. 9, Edward-place j*HUa; XILNEY and Co., Abertillery; J. MORGAN, Y**Office Pontypool J. THOMAS, Tredegar W. AOSTIN. Neath-road, Landore A. DAVIES, b'"teckan-street, Pontlottyn liLIZABETH DAVIS, 62, Merthyr AUSTIN A >n.COCKS. Swansea fc *4 RORERIS, South Wales Emigration Office, UffepHdd; A. H. THOMAS. Church-street, Blaina; -S^W. H. HlTCHINQS, Agent, Aberkenflg. 1016 AsZst TTyb RPOOL AND I J BIRKENHEAD. STEAM COMMUNICATION r»,6 First Class full-powered Steamships of the South and Liverpool Steamship Company, Limited, "PROSPERO." "LLANElLY," "ORPHEUS," "BUHRY," other Steamers, are intended to sail as under j— ^VERPOOL A CARDIFF & NEWPORT (MON.). n. From LIVERPOOL From CARDIFF ^st Side, Neison Dock), (Liverpool Wharf, W. Dock) °aTurday<S; WEDNESDAY" TUESDAY FRIDAY.* t From Newport day later. LIVERPOOL AND LLANELLY. rh. LIVERPOOL I From LLANELLY Side, Trafalgar Dk), (New and Neville Docks), ?&NESDAY & SATURDAY. I WEDNESDAY & SATURDAY, b*^vourable rates to Merthyr, Carmatthen, Burry and inland towns. Apply to the Company. (D. A. *,• Baile, Traffic Agent), Post Office Chambers, Jr'Oeily; and to Robert Gilchrist & Co., 21, Water- Liverpool; Liverpool Wharf, Newport (Mon.); 5, Consulate Chambers, 53, Bute-road, Cardiff, grouch rates quoted, and passengers booked to the J*ted States, Mediterranean, Havre, Rouen, &c. j,*»oods are only carried as per conditions endorsed on ^5Pany*s sailing bills. *If inducement offers. 1187^ TNMAI^LINE^ROYAL MAIL STEAMERS. INMAN & INTERNATIONAL STEAMSHIP CO.. LTD. *»ERPOOL to NEW YORK every WEDNESDAY. Calling at Queenstown every Thursday. to RICHARDSON, SPENCE, k CO., Water-street, Liverpool or to S. J. Davies, 9, ju^ard's-place, Queen-street, Cardiff; Geo. Bird, Bute-street. Cardiff C. J. Cuiilipp, Castle-road, ^■wdiff Wm. Edwards, Hill Side House, Caerphilly Jl. Perkins, 17, Somerset-place, Swansea J. Mor- 9i St. George-street. Swansea Austin & Sil- j Swansea; T. H. Austin. Neath-road, Landore; ft, Kow'en, Lawrence-street, Llanelly Josiah Davies, Western Hous'5, Llanelly H. Lewis, Old Market* ^5^> Neath J. Roberts, Pontypridd. IMP (^MIGRATION CLUB. — foT~rfrh -XLi WEEKLY CONTRIBUTIONS to 11 i..J. Roberts, Pontypridd. IMP (^MIGRATION CLUB. — foT~rfrh -XLi WEEKLY CONTRIBUTIONS to ^^BRSJB^any amount received and acknowledged. facility and protection to passen- Comfortable lodgings at Liverpool arranged for at **st rates. Special arrangements for parties. # *gent for all unes to any part of the world. Tickets i^^he spot. American passes attended to. Lowest quoted. Send stamped envelope to JAMES ROBERTS, Licensed Passenger Agent, 1 SOUTH WALES EMIGRATION OFFICE. -E7 PONTYPRIDD. Tickets for AMERICA, CANADA, v* AUSTRALIA, or the CAPE, by any Line, can be -Mr S. J. Davies, 9, Edward-place, Cardiff. 366 fubli£a:tíans. a. 6d, post 2s 8d. Heywood, Paternoster Buildings, h London. PilAGNOSTICS OF AURAL DISEASE, by S. E. SMITH, Esq., M.R.C.S.E., Aural j^rgeon to the late National Ear Institution, London, ^♦entor of the new method of applying Remedial Sjtencies to the Cavity of the Tympanum, and of the Catheter. ) THE PRESS .Mr Smith is the most practical aural surgeon the day."—London Medical Review. .'He is the most expert operator." — American m<jdical Times. I It is written by one who has bad much experience ™ the treatment of diseases of the ear."—the Critic. A number ot deaf and dumb children have been placed under his treatment, and it is wonderful to mark he improvement these little creatures begin to show in both speech and hearing." — Edinburgh "bvieu). Mr Smith's treatment has long been recognised as OIae of the most successful even in the worst of cases." ^Christian Union. Attendance—10 till 2 o'clock, High-street Arcade, ^*rdiff (St. John-street entrance). 13523 91—2591 ow Ready, Superior Paper and Binding, Price 4s 6d. It H Y S L E W I S, MINISTER OF BETHEL: AN AUTOBIOGRAPHY. BY DANIEL OWEN. TRANSLATED FROM THE WELSH BY JAMES HARRIS, Editor of" The Red Dragon," the National Magazine of Wales; Author of "The Bar Sinister," "Polly Morgan, Pit GIrl," Herbert of Gla"lyn, a Story of the Eisteddfod, the Chapel, and the Coal Mine," &c„ 4c. LONDON SIMPKIN, MARSHALL & CO. ^Rexham HUGHES & SON, 56, HOPE-STREET. ——— 2293 1\1: R GLADSTONE writes :— Dear Sirs,— I have now read through the life of Rhys .Jjswis which you kindly sent me. Its delineations of Welsh character are the best which I happen to have and nothing can be happier than the mode in "hleh the highest truths are exhibited in contact with less elevated matter. I apply these remarks especially M the first moiety of the work. Yours faithfully and obediently, "-tember 9th. 1888. W, E. GLADSTONE." Post Free, ONE SHILLING, bound in Green Cloth. MR G. T. CONGREVE ON THE SUCCESSFUL TREATMENT OF (CONSUMPTION, ASTHMA, CHRONIC BRONCHITIS, 4a, WITH THE NEW APPENDIX, Containing 226 Cases of deep interest, with recent letters, :-howinK the PERMANENCE OF CURE. COOMBE LODGE. PECKHAM, S.E. 1190 DEAD" THE LAW OF POPULA- TION," by ANNIE designed Jo induce married people to limit j^lr fami]y within the means of subsistence.->ent post tree by w. H. Reynold Publisher, New Cr08g, London, s.E. on ipt of eight penny stamps. 799 HAYMAN'S BALSAM of HOREHOUND Relieves Couyh in ten minutes. T LrAYMAN'S BALSAM of HOK^-HOUND Xj. The most certain and speedy Bejne /rrnTTlvn XlAYMAN'S BALSAM of HOR^HOUWL) XX For Coughs and Colds. „^r»-PTTnTTNrn IJAYMAN'S BALSAM of HOREHOUMJ XX For all disorders of the Lungs. ,T»T-rTrn?o HHHHHELIEVES COUGH in TEN MINUTJSb Invaluable in the Nursery. AYWAN'S BALSAM of HOREHOUNI> The most successful preparation _TT» AYMAN'S BALSAM of HOREHOUND Ever offered to the public. AYMAN'S BALSAM of HOREHOUND Prepared only by A. Haynian A Co. (late of Neath). AYMAN'S BALSAM of HOREHOUND 15, Albemarle st, St. John's-square, London, K.C. Ever offered to the public. AYMAN'S BALSAM of HOREHOUND .J:1 Prepared only by A. Haynian A Co. (late of Neath). AYMAN'S BALSAM of HOREHOUND 'tl 15, Albemarle st, St. John's-square, London, E.C. Sold by all Chemists. Price. Is 2ft 9d 4a 6d. 1022 (CARDIFF ADVERTISING. BILL- '-í POSTING. AND CIRCULAR DESTBUfOTINO COMPANY (LIMITED). OFFICES CASTLE CHAMBERS, 81, CASTLE-ST, CARDIFF. SECRETARY FRANK H. SIMPSON. Pennanunt Posung Stations in CapjUp,ano wEIGIXBOUTHOCMI COBUMton ->> ^ovwiuing Gteoiftr Dimeibutiag Ac. ^alga bg AUCTION APPOINTMENTS. THE DUKE-ST. AUCTION A STORAGE BUOMS J. G. MADDOX A CO., Auctioneers Household Furniture, at Rooms Nov.^y Household Furniture, 27, Hickman-rd, Penarth.Nov. £ & Household Furniture, at Cardiff •• THE CARDIFF ESTATE AGENCY CO LIMITED. Honse Properties, at Cardiff 27 Messrs W. C. CLABKE and DOVEY. Druggists' Stock-in-Trade, at Cardiff 26 Messrs DA VIES and MORGAN. Leasehold Dwelling-Houses, at pontypridd. Nor. 28 Mr T. WHITTY EVANS. Leasehold Shop Premises, &:c., at Aberama.n..Nov. 27 Messrs GOTTWALTZ & BOWRING Posting Stock, at the Mews, Cardiff Nov. 2i Russian Furs, at Sale Room Nov. 26 Damaged Wheat, at Cardiff~Nov. 28 Horses, at Cardiff ™. Dec. 1 Stock-in-Trade, at Cardiff .Dec. 4 & 5 Fat Stock, at Whitchurch. Dec. 1l Christmas Fat Stock, at Cardiff Dec. 18 Oil Paintings, Books, Ac., at Cardiff — Messrs JOHN F. HARVEY and CO. Leasehold Cottage Property, at Swansea Nov. 28 Messrs W. A S. HERN. Machinery, at Cardiff Nov. 26 Household Furniture, at Cardiff — Messrs H. HILL A CO. Dwelling-house and Premises, at Waunarlwydd Nov. 26 Coachbuilder s Stock-in-Trade, at Swansea .Nov. 28 Messrs JENKINS, CLAHKE, A TEASDALE. Leasehold Property, at Penarth 30 Mr W. G. LAITY. „T Sale of Horses, at Repository. 30 Mr MONTGOMERY. „ Houses, at Cardiff • -Nov 27 Houses, at Cardiff 4 Mr THOMAS PARRY. Farm Stock, near Newport u" ..Dee. 4 Mr WM. HARRY REES. Ironworks, at Llanelly 6 • Messrs EDWARD ROBERTS and SON. Shops, Dwelling-houses, &c., at Swansea Dee. 4 Messrs STEPHENSON and ALEXANDER Fat and Store Stock, near Cardiff •- Doc. 3 Fat Sheep and Cattle, at Fairwater Dec. ]0 Sheep and Cattle, at Cardiff -—Dec. ^5 Christmas Fat Stock Sale, at Cardiff — — —Dec. 18 Premises, Ac., at Cardiff —Jan. Farming Stock, &c., at St. Fagan's —. • -J8-0 — Messrs STRAKEH and SON. Live Stock, Implements. &c.. at Tredegar.. ••- -Nov. 26 Messrs JOHN THOMAS A MORGAN. Live Stock, at IJantrissant .No,. 2ó LARGE AND IMPORTANT SALE OF FAT AND STORE STOCK. THE GREEN FAliM, NEAR CARDIFF. MESSRS STEPHENSON & ALEX- ANDER are instructed by James Howell, Esq., to SELL by AUCTION, on MONDAY, the 3rd December, 1888, at this Farm, the following VALUABLE STOCK:— 400 SHEEP, Comprising 250 very Prime Breeding Ewes and Ewe Lambs and 150 Fa.t Sheep. 60 HEAD OF CATTLE, Including Pedigree Shorthorn Bulls. Bull and Heifer Calves, Heifers in Calf, and two and three-year-old Steefs. 60 PURE-BRED AND OTHER BERK. SHIRE PIGS, and 20 CART, NAG, AND OTHER HORSES. The Breeding Ewes are descended from some of the best Shropshire and Cotswold strains, and the Bulls are principaJlygot by "Baron Oxford ill" and" Heath- field," Heithfield" bei g out of the celebrated milking Cow," Merry May." The Pigs are all trom Captain Stewart's noted strain. A Luncheon (by ticket) at 11.30. Sale at 12.30. Three months' credit will be given upon the Store Stock upon approved security. The Green Farm is situated about one mile from St. Fagan's Station on the Great Western Railway, and about three miles from the town of Cardiff. Further particulars in catalogues, which may be had upon application to the Auctioneers, 5, High-street, Cardiff. 2865 THE STUD FARM, FAIRWATER, NEAR CARDIFF. Within Five minutes' walk of the Ely Station on the G.W.R. MESSRS STEPHENSON and ALEX. ANDER a.re instructed to conduct the ANNUAL CHRISTMAS FAT STOCK SALE for the Executors of the late W. G. Cartwright, Esq.. at the Farm on MONDAY, the 10th of Decemoer, 1888. The Stock consists of about 280 FAT ItADNO: AND SHROPSHIRE DOWN SHEEP. AND 80 FOUR-YEAR-OLD WELSH MOUNTAIN WETHERS, 44 THREE AND FOUR-^ EAR-OLD FAT CATTLE, AND 28 FAT PIGS. Keep will be provided as usual up to Christmas. Luncheon (by ticket) at 1?. Sale at 1 o'clock. Further particulars may be obtained upon application to the Auctioneers. 5, High-street, Cardiff. 2866 THJTHOME FARM, BLACKWEIR, CARDIFF. MESSRS STEPHENSON and ALEX- ANDER are honoured with instructions from the Most Noble the Marquess of Bute, K.T., to conduct the ANNUAL SALE of FAT and other STOCK at this farm on THURSDAY, the 13th December, 1888. The stock consists of 25 three-year-old fat SHORTHORN BULLOCKS. 34 fat. fou.r-,6n.ro{)ld WEST HIGHLAND SCOTCH CATTLE. ONE FAT COW. 4 pure-bred SHORTHORN BULLS, and three pure- bred SHORTHORN HEIi' ERS, with calves. (Pedigrees will be given at time of Sale. 80 three and four-year-old FAT WELSH MOUNTAIN WETHERS, and 10 FAT PRIZE SHROPSHIRE YEARLING WETHERS. Luncheon by ticket at 12 o'clock. Sale at One o'clock. Keep will be provided free of charge up to Christmas. The Home Farm is within one mile of the town of Cardiff. Further particulars may be obtained upon applica- tion to the Auctioneers, 5, High-street, Cardiff. tion to the Auctioneers, 5, High-street, Cardiff. TENTH ANNUAL CHRISTMAS FAT STOCK SALE. MESSRS STEPHENSON and ALEX- ANDER beg to give notice that they will HOLD their ANNUAL CHRISTMAS FAT STOCK SALE at Roath Market, Cardiff, on TUESDAY, the 18th of December, 1888. Entries should be made for this Sale with the Auc- tey as possible. -_28å3- "SALE OF VALUABLE PROPKRTY AT BUTE DOCKS, CARDU F. PRELIMINARY ANNOUNCEMENT. MESSRS STEPHENSON and ALEX- ANDER are instructed by Messrs Cory Bros. and Co. (Limited), who are building new offices, to SKLL by AUCTION, during the early part of January, the LARGE AND IMPORTANT PREMISES Now occupied by them for carrying on their business, and commonly known as Cory's Corner." Further details will appear in future advert isements; in the meantime information may be obtained from the Auctioneers Cardiff. 3074 ST. FAGAN'S MILL, NEAR CARDIFF. PRELIMINARY ANNOUNCEMENT. MESSRS STEPHENSOIS & ALEX- ANDER are instructed by Mr Joseph Harding (who is giving up business) to SELL by AUCTION, without reserve, on the Premises at St. Fagan's Mill, near Cardiit, in the early part of January, the whole of the FARMING STOCK, HAY, MANGOLDS, IMPLEMENTS, &0. Also, the whole of the TRAjlI UTENSILS and EFFECTS connected with the milling business, to- gether with a portion of the HOUSEHOLD FURNI- TURE. Full particulars in future advertisements and bills, which will appear at a later date. 3073 SALE THIS DAY ATLAS WORKS, CANTON, CARDIFF. TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION BY MESSRS W. and S. HERN, at the Atlas ..L Works, on MONDAY, November 26th, 1888, at 12 at noon precisely, the following Lots of valuable MACHINERY. LOT 1.—A LATHE for turning both ends of railway axles at the same time, with countershaft for same. IyOX 2.—SLOTTING MACHINE, with circular compound slide table (two intermediate wheels LOT 3.—PLANING MACHINE by F. Berry and Sons, 20 feet in length, 6 feet wide, 5 feet high. LOT 4.—LATHE. 18 feet screw cutting lathe, 20 feet bed. by Smith and Coventry. LOT b -COUNTERSHAFT and PULLEYS. LOT 6.—Large COMPOUND BREAK and BORING LATHE, 8 feet diameter, combined with wheel lathe, 10 feet between centres, 4ft. 6in. diameter, with boring bar, head, and shafting and pulleys. LOT 7.-A 40-CWT. STEAM HAMMER, by Thwaites and Carbut. LOT 8.—ONE CRANE, LOT 9.-0N" do. „ LOT 10—A SIEAM ENGINE. LOT 11.—DONKEY PUMPING ENGINE. LOT BLOWER, by Thwaitesand Carbut. LOT 13.—Sundry OLD IRON. LOT 14.—RAILWAY WHEEL and SPOKE BENDING MACHINE. w 4 Lot 15.—One MAIN SHAFT, brackets, and 4 pulleys. LOT 16.—MAIN SHAFT about 21 feet, 4 pulleys, and 4 brackets. LOT 17.—MAIN SHAFT and 3 pnlleys. LOT 18.—MAIN SHAFT about 22 feet, driving wheel, and 6 pnlleys. The ATLAS WORKS aretrOR SALE. or to be Let on lease. They are situated about 14 mile from the centre of the town of Cardiff and comprise a foundry, fitting, machine, and carpenters' shops, stores, office. I weighbridge, and other buildings, with a large yard and a siding into the aorks from the Great Western Railway boilers, &c. The owners are now putting the buildings into repair. For further particulars apply to the Auctioneers, No 72, St. Mary-street, Cardiff. 3041 ASK youaOROCER FOR GRACE, ClUTE, A CO, 's SELF-RAISING FLOUR. 189- 3108 THE BLAENDARE COMPANY, LIMITED, PONTYPOOL, MON. MANUFACTURERS OF FIRE BRICKS, BLOCKS, AND Fine GROUND CLAY Equal in Quality to Stourbridge Goods. The Blaendare Company, Limited, make a speciality of the manufacture of Firo Bricks, Ac., for use in Siemens' hteel and Glass Works and hold testimonials from the principal Iron and Steel Works, &c., in South Wales and Monmouthshire. 1124 THE CARDIFF AND SOUTH WALES JL MANURE COMPANY, LIMITED.—WAUN TREODA WORKS, LLANDAFF.—The above Com pany, having purchased the businesses of Messrs Gash and Sons at Cardiff and Treforest, and of Mr Gibbs at Merthyr are prepared to remove live a.nd dead horses, Ac., within a radius of 12 miles of either of the places named. Telegrams and orders promptly attended to. Full value given. The only licensed slaughterers in the districts. „ nIBno 3007 »* UUMK), FNMGIR alts hJl ).nCtÍDn. SALE THIS DAY. ANNUAL SALE. BY ORDER OF MESSRS HURLEY AND SON, ON ACCOUNT OF THE DECLINE OF THE SUMMER SEASON. AT THE HORSE EXCHANGE, CARDIFF. MESSRS GOTTWALTZ and BOWRING )L have received instructions to SELL by AUC- TION, as above, on MONDAY, 26th November* 1888, at U o'clock punctually, the whole of his POSTING STOCK, comprising 50 SOUND YOUNG HORSES, 65 CARRIAGES, BRAKES. <tc., by Fuller, Vezeff, Ward, Cardiff Carriage Co., and other first-class makers,colIsistinof.30 DOG CARTS.fullsized.andcob; 15 WAGONETTES and PHAETONS; 10 CAPITAL BRAKES, to carry from 15 to 25 persons; 10 MINIA- TURE and other BROUGHAMS, all in first-class order. 40 SETS OF FIRST-CLASS HARNESS, Single, Double, and Four-in-Hand. Catalognes may be had of the Auctioneers, Cardiff. The Auctioneers beg to announce that this is a SpeciaZ Sale jor Messrs Hurley tb Son. and no entries can be reo ceived for it, the repository being engaged solely for this sale. 3040 ON MONDAY, 26TH NOVEMBER, AT THE SALE ROOMS. 11, HIGH-STREET, CARDIFF. The Last and Most Important Sale of the Season. Every Lot Guaranteed. IMPORTANT AND GENUINE SALE OF A LARGE AND VALUABLE STOCK OF RICH FURS, OF BEST QUALITY. (By order of one of the first Importers in the kingdom.) 1\/| ESSRS GOTTWALIZ and BO WRING -lv_l_ will SELL by AUCTION, at the Sale Rooms as above, commencing at Eleven o'clock punctually, the Costly Stock of REAL RUSSIAN FURS, of the finest quality and latest fashions, the whole being this Season's Goeds, and including VIC- TORIAS and PRINCESSES, in seal, Sable, Ac. ALASKA SEAL BATTENBERGS, Trimmed with Skunk TaHs ELEGANT SEAL DOL- MAN ETTES, JACKETS, and DOLMANS, in all shapes; RUSSIAN SABLK-TAIL CAPES, DOL- MANS in Beaver, Astrachan, Ac. SHOULDER- CAPES in Seal, Marten Tail, Sable, Beaver, Skunk, Lynx, Bear, Raccoon, Ac., in great variety; FASHION- ABLE BOAS in Squirrel, Bear, Fox, Sable, and Skunk—a grandassortment; FUR-LINED DOLMANS, all sizes CHOICE FUR TRIMMINGS in all furs Muffs in all furs. Seal and other Muff Bags TRAVEL- LING RUGS and HEARTHRUGS in Tiger, Leopard, Lion., Fox, OpoB8um. &c., handsomely mounted on cloth, and several with stuffed heads Perambulator, Door and Window Mats, &c. ON VIEW MORNING OF SALE. Catalogues post free on application. 2938 ON WEDNESDAY NEXT, 28th NOVEMBER. MESSRS GOTTWALTZ & BOWRING have (on account of whom it may concern), received instructions to SELL by AUCTION, at the Atlantic Warehouses, East Dock, Cardiff, on WED- NESDAY, 28th November, 1888, at 12.30 o'clock, about 420 Quarters WHEAT, Discharged damaged Ex Gitana, from Talcahuano. Further particulars iLay be bad of the Auctioneers, Cardiff. | 3071 HORSE EXCHANGE, CARDIFF. SATURDAY. DEC. 1, 1888. MESSRS GOTTWALTZ & BOWRING will hold their Next STUD SALE OF 80 HORSES On the above date, including :— 3 HUNTERS, the Property of a Gentleman, who may be referred to. 2 HUNTERS, the Property of A. D. Fussell, Esq. Also Entries from Thos. Gibbs, Esq., H. F. M. Wells, Esq., J. Prichard, Esq., E. W, Davies, Esq,, N. E. Williams, Esq., etc. 3048 IN THE MATTER OF THE COMPANIES ACT. RE THE CARDIFF AND COUNTY COACH-BUILD. ING COMPANY.—IN LIQUIDATION. IMPORTANT UNRESERVED SALE of the whole of the NEW CARRIAGES. PLANT, MACHINERY, and STOCK-IN-TRADE of superior quality, apper- tanin to a large and first-class trade, AT THE CARRIAGE WORKS, HOPE.STREET, CARDIFF. MESSRS GOTTWALTZ & BOWRING have received instructions from the liquidator, W. Aiacdonald, Esq., to SELL by AUCTION, a.t the above works. without ti. e slightest reserve, on TUESDAY WEDNESDAY, December 4th and 5th, 1888, at 11 o'clock each day, THE WHOLE OF THE STOCK-IN- TRADE, NEW CARRIAGES, SEASONED TIMBKR AND PLANT, belonging to the above Company. IN THE SHOW ROOM, the carriages consist of pair horse and single BROUGHAMS, LANDAUS, VICTORIAS, PARISIAN, AND OTHER PHAETONS, ALEXANDRA CARTS, POLO CARTS, GADABOUTS, C SPRING BUGGIMS, GIGS, LANDAULETTES, WHITECHAPKL DOG CARTS, FULL SIZE AND PONY, and a variety of CARRIAGES IN COURSE OF CONSTRUCTION, carriage covers, THE STOCK OF WELL-SEASONED TIMBER, comprising English ash, yellow rnne, American white- od, elm, birch, oak, walnut, mahogany, cedar,lance. 10001' shafts. gr:'Dhcart ditto, 'bent cartwings., American elm poles, poles, and bars. THE CONTENTS OF THE WHEELERS' SHOP. A large stock of superior paints and varnishes of all c.wur8 and first quality, liand paper, painter's brushes, paint milts, stones, &;c linseed oil, sweet oil, turpentine. THE SUPERIOR CLOTH AND TRIMMINGS, Consisting of best blue and green cloth, seaming, pasting, buttons, plush, Morocco leather, American cloth, carpets, aprons, patent leather, cushions, covered wings, bide leather, THE STORES. SEVERAL THOUSAND GROSS OF SCREWS, rose head, bolts, shatt stops, dragon tongue bolts, flat- head bolts, shackel bolts, carriage steps of every description, nails, pins, rivets, tyre nails, brass door and other hinges, break blocks, oval clips, a large assortment of tiles, silver-plated rails and caps, ivory rings nd knobs, carriage door handles, brass and plated break handles, whip sockets, several dozen pairs of expensive lamps, a variety of Collings' and other axles, springs, a variety of miscellaneous items. THE FITTINGS, FIXTURES, AND PLANT IN SMITH'S SHOP, top and bottom tools, bolsters, tongs, punches, man- drils, bevels, squares, wrenches, hand and sledge hammers, spanners, taps and dies, set of dies, drills, hand braces, cramps, set hammers, double and single bonnets, vices, anvils, troughs, drilling machine, water backs, titling plates, bellows, benches, a large quan. tity of ironwork in course of completion, A LARGK STOCK OF IRON AND STEEL of every variety used in the trade. The office furniture, iron safe, and a variety of mis. cellaneous effects. ON VIEW THE DAY PRIOR TO SALE. Detailed catalogues are in course of preparation, and may be had seven days prior to sale of the auctioneers W. Macdonald, E-q., Liquidator, 21, High-street; or Messrs MORuAN & SCOTT, 2939 Solicitors, High-street, Cardiff. SALE TO-MORROW BY ORDER OF THE MORTGAGEES. ROSE-STREET, ROATH, CARDIGAN-STREET, CANTON, CLARE ROAD & COURT-ROAD, SALT rrHK CARDIFF ESTATE AGENCY X COMPANY, LIMITED (Mr SPENCER JOSLEN, Auctioneer), are instructed to SELL by AUCTION, at the Queen's Hotel, Cardiff, on TUESDAY, the 27th day of November, 1888, at 7 o'clock p.m. :— LOT I.-Nos. 32 and 33, ROSE-STREET, Roatb, Cardiff. Term, 99 years from 1872. Apportioned ground LOT 2.-Nos. 8,10, 12 and 14, CLARE-ROAD, Salt Mead, Cardiff. Term, 99 years from 1887. Ground Tent, £ 16, LOT 3,—SHOP at corner of Court-road and Allerton- street. Salt Mead, Cardiff. Term, 99 years from 1887. Apportioned ground rent, B5. LOT 4.-Nos. 19. 21 and 23, COURT-ROAD, aforesaid. Term, 99 years from 1887. Apportioned ground rent, £1010s. LoT 50-Nos. 14, 16, 18, 20, and 22, CARDIGAN. STREET, Canton, Cardiff. Term, 99 years from 1882. Ground rent, £11 10s. The above Properties are all well let, and will be sold at low reserves. For further particulars apply to the Auctioneer, 18r> High-street, Cardiff, or to Messrs BERNARD, KING, A HUGHES, 3122 Solicitors, Cardiff. SALE THIS DAY. The Model Auction Mart, 1, North-street, Cardiff. MR W. BRADLEY will SELL by AUC- TION, on MONDAY NEXT. November 26th, a large quantity of HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, LACE CURTAINS, Ac. Sale at 2 o'clock. 7_ THE GLAMORGAN HORSE REPOSITORY (opposite T.V.R. Station), CARDIFF. FRIDAY NEXT, Nov. 30TH. MR W. G. LATTY begs to announce that he will hold his next SALE of HORSES, CARRIAGES, HARNESS, Ac.. on the above' date. Present entries include horses from W. Kirkby, Esq., Newport, Mr C. Morgan, Mr J. Abbott, and others. Early entries respectfully solicited. Entrance fee, 3s. 3189 TO NERVOUS SUFFERERS. Just Published, a gratuitous Edition of a New and Valuable Medical Work, entitled, HOW TO ENSURE HEALTH. Or, the CONFIDENTIAL FRIEND," By J. A. BARNES M.D. (U.S.) This book should be read by everyone, young OPttid, married or single. It teaches HOW TO AVOID DISEASE, HOW TO REGAIN HEALTH, HEALTH A SOCIAL SCIENCE BEING a TREATISE on the LAWS GOVERNING LIFE, and the CAUSES, SYMPTOMS, and TREATMENT of all diseases depending on exhaustion of nervous vitality, such as nervous debility, mental and physical depression, palpitation of the heart, noises in the head and ears, indecision, impaired sight and ?lemory, indigestion, prostration, lassitude, de. pression of spirits, loss of energy and appetite, pains in the back and limbs, timidity, self-distrust, dizziness love of solitude, groundless fears, and many other ail- ments which, if neglected, bring the sufferers to au early death. Together with Hints on Chionic Rheu- matism, Gout, Neuralgia, Epilepsy, Hysteria, and all dieaseB oithe !1ervon and alnnemary system. The Appendix to this valuable work contains many useful PRESCRIPTIONS for the alleviation of suffer* ing and the cure of minor disorders, with full instruc- tions for their preparation H.nd use. Contains also some friendly advice on Hygiene, or THE WAY TO PRESERVE HEALTH Illustrated by numerous testimonials from grateful patients who have been restored to health through the author's instrumentality. Sent post free for 2 stamps or by letter post, 3 stamps. Also a descriptive pamphlet on the functions and disorders peculiar to the female sex, by the-same author, entitled, THE FEMALE'S FRIEND and ADVISER, which J_ will be sent to any address on RECEIP. OF STAMPED ENVELOPE. Address J. A. BARNES, M.D. U.S.), 43, Lonsdale square, Barnsbury, London, N. IMPORTANT TO INVALIDS. CONSULTATION BY LETTER FRKE. ALL WHO NEED ADVICE ON MATTERS TJF HEALTH,if unable to have a personal interview should at once send full particulars of the case by etter, enclosing stampH envelope for reply; this will receive immediate a.iawer, with and full instroctions how to obtain a perfect cure Hundreds of lives have been saved and health fully restored b, correspondence only. Address J. A. BARNES, MJ). (U.S.), 48, Lonsdale. BMMbHTy. London, N 1 ale5 iro puritan. SALE TO-MORROW. DUKE-STREET AUCTION-ROOMS, CARDIFF. ON TUESDAY A THURSDAY. NOVEMBER 27th and 29th, 1888. "IV/TESSRS J. G. MADDOX and CO. will -LvA SELL by AUCTION, on TUESDAY and THURSDAY, November 27th and 29th, at Two o'clock precisely, a large quantity of valuable new and second- hand HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, suitable for dining and drawing-rooms, balls and passages, bedrooms, and kitchens. All goods for these Sales must be entered the day previous. Goods on view morning of Sale. 1111 YORK VILLA, 27. HICKMAN-ROAD, PENARTH. ON WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 28TH. 1888, Commencing at Two o'clock precisely. MESSRS J. G. MADDOX & CO. are -Ly-i- instrncted by Mrs Wilkinson (who is giving up the house) to SELL by PUBLIC AUCTION, a.t her residence as above, the whole of her HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE AND EFFECTS, including a Capital Piano in Walnut Case, by Cocks •• A Co., of London, for particulars of which see posters. Goods on View Morning of Sale. There will be No Reserve. Auctioneers' Offices and Salerooms, 25, Duke-street, Cardiff. 3130 SALE THIS DAY. 270, BUTE-STREET, CARDIFF. :^UNRESERVED SALE OF A DRUGGIST'S STOCK. IN-TRADK, FIXTURES, FIT IINGS, etc. MESSRS W. C. CLARKE and DOVEY have received instructions to SELL by AUC- TION, on MONDAY NEXT, November 26th, the whole of the SIOCK-IN-TKADE OF DRUGGISTS' SUNDRIES, Fixtures, Fittings, Utensils, Ac., belonging to Mr W. A. Williams. The lots may be seen on the morning of the sale, which will commence punctually all Twelve o'clock noon. There will be no reserve. 31, Queen-street, Cardiff, Nov. 21st, 1888. 3172 SALE THIS DAY. 33, CHURCH-STREET, TREDEGAR. MESSRS STRAKER and SON have- been favoured with instructions from Mr John Gale (who is relinquishing the butchering business) to SELL by AUCTION, on the above premises, on MON- DAY, the 26th November, 1888, the whole of his LIVE STOCK, IMPLEMENTS, valuable HOUSE- HOLD FURNITURE, and other effects, particularised in posters. Sale at One o'clock sharp. Auctioneers' Offices, 2, Tiverton-place, Abergavenny. 3180 ESSRS H. S. DAYIES and MORGAN are instructed by Mr James Snelling, the owner, to SELL by PUBLIC AUCTION, at the Butchers" Arms Inn, Pontypridd, on Wednesday, Nevember 28th, 1888, at Seven o'clock in the evening, Bubjec to conditions to be then and there produced, TWENTY-ONE VALUABLE LEASEHOLD DWELLING-HOUSES Situated tn Tower-street, Leyshon-street. and Coedpen- tmaen, Pontypridd, in the following lots :— TOWER-STREET. LOT 1.—All those two D WELLING. HOUSES in the respective occupations of Mr Watson and Mr Miles. LOT 2.—All those four DWELLING-HOUSES in the respective occupations of Messrs Hill, Tracey,Reardon, and another. LOT 3.-AII those four DWELLING-HOUSES in the respective occupations of Messrs Parry, Davies, Morgan, and another. LEYSHON-STREET. LOT 4,—All those two DWELLING-HOUSES, in the respective occupations of Mr Blewett and Mr Daniels, LOT 5.-All those three DWELLING-HOUSES, in the respective occupations of Messrs Prosser, Morgan, and another. LOT 6.—All those three DWELLING-HOUSES, in the respective occupations of Mr Everiss and others. COEDPENMAIN. LOT 7.—All those three DWELLING-HOUSES, in the respective occupations of Messrs Snelling, Daly, and Parrot. The houses comprised in the above lots are let at a rental of 5s per house per week. Lots 1, 2, and 3 are held for the residue of terms of 99 years from the 25th March, 1887, at ground rents of £2 49 Id, £4 15s 4d, and £4 14s lOd respectively. Lot 4 for the residue of a term of 99 years from the 29th September, 1837, at a ground rent of S2 10s. Lots 5 and 6 for the residue of a term of 99 years from the 25th December, 1887, at II. ground rent of £ 3 158 for each lot. Lot 7 for the residue of a term of 99 years from the 1st September, 1886, at a ground rent of B5 3s 3id. For further particulars apply to the Auctioneers, Old Post Office Chambers, Pontypridd, or to Messrs WALTER H. MORGAN a.nd RHYS, 3207 Solicitor, Pontypridd. THE ANNUAL SALE, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 4TH, 1888. CAER FACH FARM (Within One Mie of Newport). IMPORTANT AND UNRESERVED SALE of 25 pecigree Hereforlt and other fat ca.r.t1e, 140 fat wetheis and ewes in lamb, 12 powerful cart and nag horses, 45 lots of poultry (including 80 Antwerp pigeons), 50 lots of implements, 2 lots of horse loin cloths and waterproof covers, 350 tons of prime clover amI hay, tb whole of which MR THOMAS PARRY has again been favoured with instructions from Mr Charles D. Phillips to SELL by AUCTION, entirely without reserve, on the premises as above, on TUESDAY, December 4th, 1888. Luncheon (by ticket) at 11. Sale at .12 sharp. Full particulars in catalogues to be obtained of the Auctioneer. Dated Auction and Estate Offices, Newport, Mon., Nov. 13th, 188& 3183 SALE TO-MORROW. CANTON.—Nos. 62, 66, 68, 82, 84, and 86, Alexandra road. MR MONTGOMERY is instracted to SELL the above by AUCTION, at the Market Hotel. Canton, on TUESDAY, 27th November, at a o'clock.—Particulars of L. J. Phillips, Esq., Solicitor, Newport; or oi the Auctioneer, 61, Queen-street, Cardiff. 660 Nos. b2 and 54, WOOD-STREET, held for a term of 99 years, from February, 1858, at a ground rent oi £6 12s for the two houses, and let at 12s 6d per week I each. No. 15. GREEN-STREET, held for a term of 99 years, from March, 1870, at the low ground rent of B2. No. 6b, ELDON-ROAD, held for a term of 99 years, from, March, 1884, at a ground rent of £4 9s, aud let I at 12s fed ppr week. MR MONTGOMERY is instructed to SELL the above by AUCTION at the Queen's Hotel, Cardiff, on TUESDAY, 4th December, at Seven o'clock. Particulars of David Lewio. Esq.. Solicitor, 3, Charles-street; or of the Auctioneer, 61, Queen-street, Cardiff. 21 IBmlbing Horieiws. THE PRINCIPALITY PERMANENT j.. INVESTMENT JGUILDING SOCIETY. BONUS RECENTLY APPORTIONED, £4,503 6a 10d, Being an addition of 1 per cent. for Investors, and a Remission to aJl 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. OUTH WALES MERCANTILE '0 BUILDING SOCIETY, Philharmonic Chambers, Cardiff.—The Directors are prepared to make Advances on Leasehold and Freehold Securities. The Self-Audit Balance-sheet sent on application. — John Jenkins, 'A.C.A.. Secretary. 1045 THE MERTHYR AND DOWLAIS JL BUILDING SOCIETY. — Offices, Glebeland* House, Merthyr Tydfil. Established 1872. Incorporated 1874.—Liberal Advances (£100 to £ 10,0C0).—Easy Re- payments in 3 to 17 years. Favourable Redemption Terms-Utmost Secrecy—Loans on Buildings in pro- gress—No Management Charges. DISTRICT AGENTS: — Cardiff and Penarth, Mr J. Holloway, 12, Queen's Chambers. Cardiff; Caàozton and Barry, Mr Lewis Lewis, Quarrella-street. Cadox- ton: AbertiUery and District, Mr W. B. Harrison, Abertillery; Newport and District, Mr H. A. Goodman, Architect, Newport; Swansea, Mr H. G. Higman, 102. Oxford-street, Swansea; Pontypridd and Rhondda, Mr H. Porcher, Pontypridd; Carmarthenshire, Mr Isaac Phillips, Burry Port, &S.O; Tredegar and Ebbtø Vale, Mr J. D. Thomas, Aeron Villa, Rhymney. 1058 Mr PETER WILLIAMS, Secretary. iè A WONDERFUL MEDICINE. 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If taken according to the direc- tions given with each box. they will soon restore i females of all ages to sound and robust health. This has been proved by thousands who have tried them, and found the benefits which are ensured by their use. For a weak stomach, impaired digestion, and all disorders of the Liver, they act like M> GIC, and a few doses will be found to work wonders upon the most important organs in the human machine. They strengthen the whole muscular system,restore the long- lost complexion, bring back the keen edge of appetite, and arouse into action, with the ROSE-BUD ofhealth, the whole physical energy of the human frame. These are FACTS testified continually by members of ail classes of society, and one of_ the best guarantees to the Nervous and Debilitated is Beecham's Pills have the largest sale of any patent medicine in the world. Prepared only, and Sold Wholesale and RotaiL by the Proprietor, THOMAS BEECHAM. St Helen's, Lancashire, in Boxes Is lid and 2s 9d each. Sold by all Druggists and Patent Medicine Dealers everywhere. N..b.—Full directions are given with each box. 1131 jgILL-POSTING AT NEWPORT, MON. J. DE REES, 180 COMMERCIAL-ROAD, NEWPORT BILL-POSTER and DELIVERER for TOWN aodj COUNTRY Rents all the principal Hoanfegs tot Newpor Ac. Work eaceouMQ with despatch flOr iro AurtixiiL ~— "1 — SALE THIS DAY. WAUNARLWYDD, NEAR SWANSEA MESSRS H. HILL and CO. have been instructed to SELL by PUBLIC AUCTION, subject to such conditions of sale as shall then and there be read, at the Farmers' Arms. Waunarlwydd, on MONDAY, November 26th, 1888, all that Leasehold Messuage or DWELLING-HOUSE AND PREMISES Situate on the New-road, Waunarlwydd, and now in the occupation of Mr David Atkins. The whole is held on lease for a term of 99 years and three lives, from the 24th June, 1883, at the annual ground rent of £3. Sale to commence at Seven o'clock p.m. For further particulars apply to Herbert Monger, Esq., solicitor, Salubrious-place^ or to the Auctioneers, 10, Castle-street, Swansea. 3112 TO COACH-BUILDERS, WHEELWRIGHTS, MER. CHANTS, AND OTHERS. 55, OXFORD-STREET, SWANSEA. MESSRS H. HILL & CO. have re- ceived instructions from Mrs Jones, who is re- tiring from business, to SELL by PUBLIC AUCTION, on the above premises, on WEDNESDAY, November 28,1888, and following day. if necessary, the whole of the STOCK-IN-TRA DG of that old-established business of coachbuilders and wheelwrights and agricultural implement agency, comprising a quantity of oak and ash 2in. and 3in. planks, about 1,000 felloes, a quantity of dressed spokes, about 1,000 undressed do., a quantity of turned and unturned stocks, 17 pairs of lancewood shafts, 7 cwt, of bolts and nuts, 20 pairs of steel springs, 25 pairs of axles, 4 cwt. of cart moulds, tyre rivets. staples, shaft tyres, plough fittings, turnip cutter, chaff cutters, patent weighing machine, 2 lever scales, 6 pig troughs, 50 navvies' shovels, quantity of chain, 3 dozen hay forks, iron fireproof safe by Phillips, 4 lifting jacks, grindstones in frames, 4 tons of old iron, several tons of tyre and other iron, tyremg platform, tyre bender, a quantity of smiths' tools, 2 Dellows, 2 anvils, 3 vices, stocks and dies, swage block, tue irons, drilling machine, joiners' benches, trap rails, lamps, Ac., a -quantity uf paints, varnish, brushes, Ac., also a superior weil-made flour wagon, quite new, 3 ploughs, Ac., Ac. Dog Cart. Set of Harness, Ac. Sale to commence at Eleven o'clock in the Forenoon. N.B.—The premises to be Let. Auctioneers' Offices, 10. Castle-street, Swansea. 3001 SALE OF VALUABLE LEASEHOLD BUSINESS PREMISES, PROSPECT-PLAC <•, SWANSEA. 1\/F^ESSRS EDWARD ROBERTS &SON ■"A have been instruoted to SELL by PUBLIC AUCTION, at the Cameron Arms, High-street, Swan- sea, on TUESDAY, the 4th December, 1888, subject to conrtitions ot ale- LOT 1,—All that commodious SHOP, DWELLING- HOUSE, and OFFICES, situate and being No. 2, Prospect-place, Swansea, containing shop, sitting-room, 3 bedrooms, 3 attics, 4 rooms let as offices, cellars, store-rooms at back, and having a back entrance from Bath-lane, now in the occupation of Mis Lefauve, Messrs Griffiths and Pollard, and others. LOT 2.-All that COTTAGE at back of Lot 1, and gitiate in Bath-lane, containing 4 rooms, let to Mrs Chard at the weekly rent of 7s 6d. Lots 1 and 2 are conveniently situate near the Docks, and are held for a term of 99 years fiom 29th September, 1810, at a ground rent of B5 14s 6d per annum, which will be apportioned at the time of Sale. Sale to commence at 3 o'clock in the afternoon. For further particulars apply to Messrs Hartland and Isaac, Solicitors, 7, Rutland-street; or to the Auctioneers, 45, Oxford-street, Swansea. 3159 PENTRE YsTILL, SWANSEA. SALE OF VALUABLE COTTAGE PROPERTY. MESSRS JOHN F. HARVEY and 00. are favoured with instructions to SELL by AUCTION, at their Auction Mart, 4 and 5, Goat-street, Swansea, on WEDNESDAY, the 28th day of Novem- ber, 1888, at 4 o'clock in the afternoon (subject to such Conditions of Sale as shall then be produced), the following LEASEHOLD COTTAGE PROPERTY, viz. :— All those 6 COTTAGES and SHOP, being Numbers 10,11, 12. 13, 14, 1b, and 16, Psntre Ystill, near the Pentre Toll Gate, together with a piece of land ad. joining and abutting the main rood. The premises are held for a term of 99 years from September, 1853, subject to the low ground rent of £28s. The property is let at weekly rentals, producing a gross rent of £7110s. Each Cottage contains three rooms. The Shop con- tains thr6e bedrooms, kitchen, scullery, and a shed at the back. The Auctioneers call the "attention of speculators to this property, as, being situate in the main road and close to the Cwmfelin Tinworks, it affords a good opportunity for investment. Further particulars may be obtained from Messrs Hartland and Isaac, Solicitors, Swansea; or of the Auctioneers. 3124 SALE TO-MORROW. ABERAMAN, ABERDARE. MR T. WHITTY EVANS will SELL by AUCTION, at the Rock Inn, Aberaman, at eight o'clock in the evening, on TUESDAY, November 27th, 1888. a LEASEHOLD SHOP and PREMISES, with the Six Cottages adjoining, being Nos. 143, 144, 145, 146, Cardiff-road, Aberaman, and Nos. 142a, 142b, 142c, at the back of the same.—Further particulars from the Auctioneer, 14, Commercial-street, Aberdare. 3139 — gales far$ribatt Caniract ON SALE.—The ORGAN in the UNI- TARIAN CHURCH, SWANSEA, to make room for a lare new instrument. Two manuals, 13 stops; splendid mahogany case gilt pipes. Price Apply to P. CONACHER A CO., Organ Builders, 3179 Springwood Works, Huddersfield. att& Contracts. TENDERS are wanted for SINKING a -i. PIT, 18 feet diameter, at New Tredegar, for the Powell Duffryn Company. Specifications on application at Aberaman Offices, Aberdare. The lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted. 3209 TO S I N K E R~1T~T TENDERS wanted for SINKING PAIR of PITS. Specification may be obtained upon payment of 10s bd. Address la.nager,Tirpentwys Colliery, Pontypool. jQ62 PONTYPRIDD ARCADE AND JL BUILDING COMPANY, LIMITED. TO BUILDERS, CONTRACTORS, AND OTHERS. TENDERS are invited for the ERECTION of an ARCADE with SHOPS, CELLARS, &c., between Market-street and St Catherine-street, Pontypridd. Plans and Specifications may be seen, and Bills of Quantities obtained, at the offices of Messrs Taylor and Evans, Architects, Cardiff. Sealed Tenders, marked Tenders for Arcade," to be sent to the undersigned on or before 5th December next. The Company do not bind themselves to accept the lowest or any Tender. A charge of 10s 6d for each copy of the bill of quan- tities, to be returned on receipt of a bona fide Tender. H. S. DAVIES, Secretary. Old Post Office Chambers. Pontypridd, Nov. 17th, 1888. 3087 property, &x.. to WsL WENVOE CASTLE ESTATE.— TO TV' BE LET, from 2nd February next, HOLTON FARM, situate in the Parishes of Merthyrdovan and Cadoxton-juxta-Barry, containing about 252 acres arable and pasture. Also GARN FARM, situate in the parishes of Wen- voe, St Andrew's Major, and Merthyrdovan, con- taining about 160 acres arable and pasture.—Apply to 3156 Mr THOS. EVANS, The Vishwell, Wenvoe. jJFtnsnriaL gTOCK EXCHANGE POOIiS. H. B. SMIT H, 110, CANNON-ST., LONDON. B.C., FORMS POOLS EACH WEEK for dealing ia Stock Exchange Securities. 692 PEOPLE have just received PROFITS ranging from 40 to 44 per cent. in THREE POOLS only. For fuR particulars, post free, apply to 1041 H. B. SMITH, 13b!3) 110. CANNON-ST.. LONDON, E.C. [2887 JJXHIBITI ON. j"? I A N O S |* AMD The EXHIBITION BEING CLOSED, B. 3. HEATH A SONS are SELLING at their Ware, bouse, bl, Queen-street, Cardiff, at a great reo duction, the INSTRUMENTS THAT HAVE BEEN RETURNED. II J HEAm AND THE CHEAP piANOFORTE & ORGAN MEROHANTS. CARDIFF, 9431 1066-6 ask rOtTR GROCXK FOR GRACE, CHAVE, A BAKINtt POWDER 190 Jl06 "XTO NAME OINTMENT. -131 This Ointment is confidentially recommended as a.1I old, tried, and successful remedy for scurvy,scrofula, glandular swellings, ringwI>rm, old. wounds, ulcerated legs, scald heads, blotches on the face and body, St. Anthony's fire, burns, chilblains, bruises, piles, fistula, rheumatism, bunions, Ac. It will soon heal up thn most obstinate eruptions of the skin of every kind, Please note the Trade Mark Label on each pot. "XTO NAME PILLS. JJl For scrofula, scurvy, ulcerated legs, erysipelas, blotches on the face, eruptions on the body, piles, fistula, glandular swellings, Ac-, Ac. They may be taken by persons of either sex, are tonic and invigorating, aod, 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 aO ebemists^pae&^d. 'ilslid, and 2s 9d each. SOLE FBOHUETOR SOLE FBOHUETOR J. WHITEHOUSE, public Maitas. ARDEFF FAT CATTLE SHOW WILL BE HELD IN THE EXHIBITION BUILDINGS, CARDIFF, ON DECEMBER 15TH AND 1?TH, 1888, When about B400 will be given in Prizes. ALL CLASSES OPEN. Entry Forms can be had of 28bl L. GOTTWALTZ, HON. SEC. CARDIGAN NINTH ANNUAL SHOW Vy OF FAT POULTRY, DAIRY PRO. DUCE, and DOGS (open to the Counties of Cardigan. Pembroke, and Carmarthen). and CANARY SHOW (open to South Wales), THURSDAY, December 6th. Schedules and entry forms of the Secretary, Mr Henry F. Davies, Cardigan. Entries close December 1st. 3137 OTIOE TO SHIPMASTERS. CONSTANTINOPLE. The Old-established English House, CHAMBER OF COMMERCE HOTEL, 7 and 9, Rue Omer, Per- shamba Bazaar, Galata, Constantinople. Luncheons, Dinners, Beds. Noted for its cleanliness and comfort. Charges moderate.—Proprietor. W. V. SHELTON. 362 EGIMENTAL ORDERS by COL. C. H. PAGE, Commanding 1st Glamorgan Artillery Volunteers :— I Cardiff. 24th November, 1888. Repository and Gun Drill during the week as under No. 8 Battery, Monday, Wednesday, and Friday, at7.30. 9 „ Monday, at 1 p.m. „ 10 „ Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday, at 7.30. ,,12 „ Monday, Wednesday, and Friday, at 7.30. 13 „ Monday, Wednesday, and Friday, at 8.15, „ 14 „ Tuesday and Thursday, at 7 30. Two detachments of the seven Headquarter Batteries and one of the Penarth and Bridgend batteries, who take the highest piace among themselves in the Reposi- tory Competition, will be entitled to compete for the County Repository Prizes. For duty during the week —M^jor Fisher, Lieut. Sanlez, Surgeon-Major Vachell, Sergeant Trebelcock, Corporal Maggs, Bombardier Davis, Trumpeter Rees. By order, (Signed) W. PITMAN, Major and Adjutant. -ii ~— i ■ ■■ Irgal glatues. PURSUANT to a Judgment of the JL Chancery Division of the High Court of Justice made in the matter of the Estate of GEORGE FOTHERGILL, deceased, and in an action. Marsh and others against Fothergill, 1888. F 1657, the Creditors of GEOKGE FOTHERGILL, lateof BKECH. WOOD, near NEWPORT, and HIGH-STREET and DOCK-STREET, NEWPORT, in the COUNTY of MONMOUTH, Tobacco Manufacturer and Agricul- tural Implement Maker and Carriage Builder, who died in or about the month of September, 1888, are, on or before the 19th day of December, 1888, TO SEND by POT, PREPAID, to Mr ANTHONY PHILLIPS WILLIAMS, of Newport, Monmouthshire, a member of the firm of Williams and Co., of the same place, the solicitors for the defendants, Elizabeth Anne Fother- gill and George Hewetson Fothergill, the executrix and executor of the deceased, their Christian and surnames, addresses, and descriptions, the full par- ticulars ot their claims, a statement of their accounts, and the nature of the securities, if any. held by them, or, in default thereof, they will be peremptorily excluded from the benefit of the said judgment. Every creditor holding any security is to produce the same before Mr Justice North, at his Chambers, the Royal Courts of Justice, London, on Thursday, the 10th day of January. 1889, at 12 o'clock at noon, being the time appointed for adjudicating on the claims. Dated this 23ra dav of November, 1888. CROWDY, SON, and TARRY, 17, Serjeants Inn, Fleet-street, London, 3208 Plaintiffs' Solicitors. THE BANKRUPTCY ACT, 1883. IN BANKRUPTCY. BE DAVID JOHN, of 35, Wind-street, Aberdare, Glamorganshire, Blacksmith. Aberdare—10 of 1888. Receiving order made—November 12th, 1888. Date ot order for summary administration-November 14 th, 1888. Date of adjudication—November 12th, 1888. Date and place of first meeting—December 4th, 1888, at 12 noon, at the Official Receiver's Office, Merthyr Tydfil. Date of public examination—December 17th, 1888, at 10.30 a.m., at the Temperance-hall, Aberdare. W. L. DANIEL, Official Receiver. Dated this 21th day of November, 1883 Address-ó5, High-street, Merthyr Tydfil. insurants. J>HCENIX FIRE OFFICE. LOMBARD-STREET, AND CHARLNG-CROSS, LONDON ESTABLISHED 1782. MODERATE RATES. -3. ABSOLUTE SECURITY. ELECTRIC LIGHTING BULBS SUPPLIED. LIBERAL LOSS SETTLEMENTS. PROMPT PAYMENT OF CLAIMS. Joint Secretaries: W. C. MACDONALD, and F B. MACDONALD. LOSSES PAID OVER £16,000,000. Rates and full particulars can be obtained of the Agents at Cardiff Mr Charles E. Stallybrass; Mr Thos David, 94, Ryder-street; Mr David Shepherd, 1, Frederick-street; J. H. Jones, Esq., 3, High-street; Mr D. Williams, Consulate Chambers, Bute Docks Mr T. H. Browse, Redwood House, Crwys-road, Cathays; Mr Henry Lander, Bute Docks Office. 1031 DUNDEE SHIPPING INSURANCE ASSOCIATION, 46, CASTLE-STREET. (ESTABLISHED 1857.) The ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING of this Association will be held on W EDNESDAY, the 28th curt. The transactions for current years show there have been 143 vessels entere d, with a capital of £41,175. The average rate for the rast 10 years has been abont 84 per cent., but there is no extra pre- miums charged, and vessels are never declared off nsk, although in dangerous waters. DUNDEE SHIPPING FREIGHT INSURANCE ASSOCIATION. The rates of this Association have been exceptionally favourable, then- having been returns (on ordinary premiums) made for eight out of the 12 preceding years amounting in all to £19 3s 6d per cent. The highest lines entered are £600 on ship, and S200 on freight. For Copy Rules and Entry Schedules apply to J. R. WILSON, Secretary. Claims for loss on freight are payable, although vessels be lost while in ballast and unchartered. ASK TOUR GROCER FOR GRACE, CHAVE, A PURE SWEETS. 189 5107 G. A. STONE & CO., J COMPLETE FUNERAhFURNISHE EVERY REQUISITE FOR FUNERALS OF ALL CLASSES. Proprietors of Cars, Hearses, Shellibiets*. ,superb Flemish Horses, Coaches, Broug h and every necessary equipment for Funeralst PJuCE LIST ON APPLICATION. ——— 1108 10, 11, A 12, WORKING STREET, CARDIFF. DR. ROOKE'S ENGLISH MEDICINES. A BOON TO RICH AND POOR ALIKE. FAMILY SHOULD BE WITHOUT THEM. FØTY YEARS OF UNPRECEDENTED SUCCESS. DR, ROOKE'S GOLDEN OINTMENT. DR. ROOKE'S GOLDEN OINTMENT. FIFTY YEARS IN FAMILY USE. DR. ROOKE'S GOLDEN OINTMENT HAS CURED THOUSANDS OF CASES OF SCURVY. DR, ROOKE'S GOLDEN OINTMENT, INVALUABLE FOR OLD WOUNDS. DR- ROOKE'S GOLDEN OINTMENT, FOR CUTS. BURNS, OR SCALDS. DR. ROOKE'S GOLDEN OINTMENT, INFALLIBLE IN SKIN DISEASES. JJR. ROOKE'S GOLDEN OINTMENT CURES SWOLLEN JOINTS. DR. ROOKE'S GOLDEN OINTMENT RELIEVES RHEUMATISM. JQR. ROOKE'S GOLDEN OINTMENT Ia sold throughovt the Wortd in Pots at ISid each, oi'Jnay be bad direct from DR. ROOKE, 1209 SCARBOROUGH, ENGLAND. flgftacalion. j CARDIFF. i EMOVAL OF DR. PARRY TO CARDIFF. MUSICAL TUITION IN ALL ITS BRANCHES JOSEPH PARRY, MUS. DOC. (CANTAB), LECTURER IN MUSIC AT THE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OF SOUTH WALES AND MONMOUTHSHIRE, CARDIFF AND MR D. MENDELSSOHN PARRY desire to make known to the musical public that tn virtue of their removal to Cardiff, they will receive all private pupils in future at BEETHOVEN CHAMBERS, 2. NEWPORT.ROAI> CARDIFF (Just opposite the College), And at their private residence, CARTREF, 23, PLYMOUTH-ROAD, PENARTH. SUBJECTS TAUGHT will be SINGING, COM. POSITION, PIANOFORTE, and the ORGAN. Prospectus, containing full particulars, may be had on application to Dr. Joseph Parry, Cartref, 23, Plymouth-road. Pehartb. 1134—13226 OOWBRIDGE. T"HE GREAT HOUSE SCHOOL. JL PRINCIPALS Mrs and the Misses CULVERWELL (Associates in Arts). The next term will begin TUDAY, September lsth. Pupils prepared for Oxford and Cambridge, Locals, College of Preceptors, Royal Academy of Music, and Trinity College. Tuition by correspondence in Harmony and Counterpoint (Miss A. Eo Culverwell, A. Mus.) Private lessons and classes for Oil Painting, Water Colours, ifcc., 2s 6d per lesson. Violin lessons by Professor E. T. Roberts (Cardiff), 2 guineas per term. Examination successes and^grospectus of school on application to the principals. MAESYCWMMEK. HlTsOUTH WALES SCHOOL FOB- -M- GIRLS, SUMMERFIELD HALL, MAESYCWMMER, CARDIFF. PaINCIPAL-Mrs NICHOLLS, F.E.LS., F.S.Sc. Gold and Silver Medallist. (Under distinguished patronage, and in union with Trinity College, London, and the Society of Science, Arts, and Letters, London). The last three years 600 certittcatei, over 400 dis- tinctions, and 3bO special certificates have been gained trom Trinity College, Royal Academy. College of Pre- ceptors. Science and Art (London), and the Universities of Oxford, Cambridge, and Edinburgh also prizes from Trinity Co*jeSe and Science and Art (London). A bronze medal from the International Exhibition (Science and Art) for painting, and 48 certificates of merit for dramnj, painting (oil and water colour). and various kinds of needlework. The girls have passed in as lnany as 12 subjects, in. cluding German,* rench, mathematics, drawing, paint- ing, music, book-keeping, geometry, perspective, Botany, Acoustics, literature, and everything useful. The Examiners d,ondonl ;—"The work done by this school is exceedingly good and creditable to the principal. Arithmetic Excellent," "Scripture Excellent." £100 per annum is given in Scholarsnips, and BloO to C180 in prizes. Hundreds of testimonials from parents and pupils in all parts of the world. Fees for boarders, including tuition, prizes, scholarships, and preparation for any University Exami. nation five puneM. Day pupil.t, one guinea. "A school to meet the times, good, cheap, and comfort able."— Vide Press. 13527 2668 SWANSEA ELLE VUE,~MOUNT PLEASANT, JL) SWANSEA. LADIES' BOARDING AND DAY SCHOOL. PRINCIPALS (HE MISSES PHILLIPS, Assisted by Kesxdenfc Foreign and English Governesses and Visiting Masters. Preparations for Oxford, Cam. bridge, and College of Preceptors' Examinations, (fee. Belle Vue is well-situated, and stands in its own grounds. 2057 ARNOLD COLLEGE WOODLANDS-TERRACE, CONSTITUTION HILL, SWANSEA. BOARDING AND DAY SCHOOL. SPECIAL FEATURES. A THOROUGH GROUNDING in ENGLISH SUB- JECTS, classics, and rnatneimitics. Good business education, including mensuration, correspondence, com- mercial knowledge, book-keeping, shorthand, and modern languages. Preparation for Preliminary Exami- nations, Pharmaceutical, Veterinary, Dental, Medical, Law, Society of Accountants, Railway and Civil Service, Theological and University Colleges. Ex-Pupil Teachers prepared for College or Certificate Examinations. Care- ful training of backward boys and others whose eatly education has been neglected. The health of delicate pupils carefully studied, A class in agriculture for farmers' sons. Scripture lessons twice a week. A debating class once a. week. No boy is properly prepared for business without passing through a school like this. Fees The lowest that can be charged consistent with the exceptional advantages. Boarders from 24 guineas Day scholars from 6 guineas per annum. The quarters begin July 26, Oct. 7, Jan. 17, and April 7. For further particulars apply to the Principal as above. 1234 NEATH. VTEATH.— PROPRIETARY SCHOOL. -A-. Higher Education.—Application for terms, Ac., to Archdeacon of Llandaff, or Headmaster. Neath. 1118 CARMARTHEN. QUEEN ELIZABETH GRAMMAR SCHOOL, CARMARTHEN. FOUND UD 1576. HEADMASTER: J. j, LLOYD WILLIAMS, M.A., Oxford, MATHEMATICS E. H. HENSLEY, M.A Cambridge, „ 12th Wrangler. SCIENCE J. F. HARTIN, B A., Cambridge, 2nd Clasa Science Tripos. WITH OTHER EFFICIENT MASTERS. School in most healthy situation, with play-grounds attached. Preparation for all pnblic examinations. Additional boarding opened this term. Successes since November, Classical Exhibition, Oxford flrst-class London Matriculation, two higher Oxford and Cambridge certificates; two distinctions do.; History and Chemistry, four lower do.; 03 first and second classes May examination Science and Art, South Kensinton; passes in Prel'iminary Law and Medicine, do. for National Provincial Bank, Matriculation Trinity College, Dublin, and Lampeter. Boys entering this term eligible for valuable scholar- ships offered January, 1889 N.B.—In last lower certificate examination a boy from this school obtained highest number of first classes among Welsh candidates. NEXT TEKM BBGINS WEDNESDAY, Sept. 26th. Apply Head Master 1953 jg-IGH-CLASS PIANOS, DUCK, SON, & pINKER RECEIVED THE ONLY Gr0LD MEDAL AWARDED FOR PIANOS AT THE LATE EXHIBITION. DUCK, SON, & pINKER, JGRLSTOL & JJAT H WALES FOR EVER! Messrs TYLER and CO., MAESLLYN MILLS, Llandyssil, South Wales, have just obtained a Gold Medal "at Sydney International Exhibition, in addi- tion to the Highest Awarded Honour at Adelaide, and 1 Highest Awarded Medal" at Liverpool, for THEIR FLANNELS, CLOTHS, SERGES, HOSIERY, and YARNS. Ask for TYLER'S GOODS, and buy no others. Agents in CARDIFF—Messrs BOWELL and CO., St. Mary-street. 1216 CROSBY'S BALSAMIC COUGH ELIXIR. (CROSBY'S BALSAMIC COUGH J ELIXIR. COUGH ELIXIR, FOR COUGHS, QROSBY'S COUGH ELIXIR, FOR COLDS. COUGH ELIXIR, FOR BRONCHITIS. (QROSBY'S COUGH ELIXIR WORKS WONDERS QROSBY'S COUGH ELIXIR IN CONSUMPTION. ^ROSBY'S COUGH ELIXIR CURES ASTHMA.. QROSBY'S COUGH ELIXIR CURES CHKST COMPLAINTS. ^ROSBY'S ~OOUGH ELIXIR, FOR QUINSY. QROSBY'S COUGH ELIXIR, FOR NIGHT SWEATS. ^JROSBY'S COUGH ELIXIR CURES WHOOPING COUGH, QROSBY'S COUGH ELIXIR IS SAFE AND EFFICACIOUS CROSBY'S BALSAMIC COUGH ELIXIR Is sold in Bottles at Is. 1 Is. 9d., 4s. 6d., and lis. each, by an Chemists and Patent Medicine Vendor. or direct from DR ROOKE, icine Vudor. or I SCARBOROUGH, ENGLAND. ú¡ r£gar ^gnrulhiral Virata LORD TREDEGAR'S SHOW, NOVEMBER 27TH A 28TH. CHARLES D. pHILLIPS WILL EXHIBIT A LARGE COLLECTION OF CHAFF CUTTERS, CORN MILLS, TURNIP CUTTERS, SHEEP AND CATTLE CRIBS, ENGINES AND BOILERS, AND PRIZE IMPLEMENTS BY ALL THE LEADING MAKERS. Also his own Manufactures ol WATERPROOF COVERS, HORSE LOIN CLOTHS, M LEATHER BELTING, SAW BENCHES. THE LARGEST STOCK OF NEW AND SECOND- HAND MACHINERY OF EVERY" DESCRIPTION IN THE KINGDOM. Patronised by her Majesty the Queen, H.R.H. the Prince of Wales, and the Nobi'ity and Gentry of tU Kingdom. AWARDED OVER 70 PRIZES BY VARIOUS SOCIETIES. Sole Proprietor and Publisher of Phillips's Machinery Register," the best medium for the sale or purcbase of machinery of all kinds. ADDRESS :— CHARLES D. pHILLIPS, EMLYN ENGINEERING WORKS AND FARMERS' GENERAL SUPPLY STORES, NEWPORT, MON. 3203 LORD TREDEGAR'S SHOW, JLJ NOVEMBER 27TH A 28TH. rpHE JJRISTOL WAGON WORKS COMPANY Will Exhibit at the above Show a Large and Varied Collection of CAHTS, V ANS, WAGONS, ETC., Suitable for every purpose. DOG CARTS, pHAETONS, AND OTHER CARRIAGES of the Best Designs, Material, and Workmanship on the Stand occupied by their Sole Agent, B ARLES D. pHILLIPS, FARM ICRS' SUPPLY STORES, c NEWPORT, MON. INSPECTION SPECIALLY INVITED. 3204 Otmtrsions. LONDON AND NORTH WESTERN JtJ RAILWAY. BIRMINGHAM CATTLE AND DOG SHOW, December 3rd to 6th, 1888. On MONDAY, December 3rd, 1888. CHEAP TICKETS, available to return within eight days, will be isued tQ Birmingham from 8wane&, Gowerton, Pontardulais, Llanelly. Brynamman, Carmirthen, Llandilo, Llangadock, Llanwrda, Llandovery, Llan. wrtyd, Garth. Builth Road, Llandrindod, Penybont, Llannunllo, Knighton, Bucknell, Hopton Heath, and Broome. For times of running, &c., so* small bills. G. FINDLAY, General Manager. Boston, NoT., 1888. 3191 im&is. INNERS, 21 and 22, Broadmead. Plain Tea, 3d; or Breakfast. Meat and Bread, 4d. Good Beds, Is and is fed. 1258 rjlHR^E YEARS' gYSTEM fJlHREE SYSTEM JpiANOFORTES BY BROADWOOD jpiANOFORTES BY COLLARD. JpiANOFORTES BY BRINSMEAD. jpiANOFORTES BY NEUMEYER piANOFORTES BY KIRKMAN. jpiANOFORTES BY ERARD, AND ALL THE LEADING MAKERS FROM 10s. MONTHLY Until Paid for after which, and Without a.ny Further Charge whatever, the instrument becomes the Property of the Hirer fJIHOMPSON AND gHACKFLL, LIMITED QUEEN'S MUSIC WAREHOUSE, CARDIFF. rjpHOMPSON AND gHACKELL, LIMITED, 32, CASTLE-STBEET, SWANSEA fJIHOMPSON AND gHACKELL, LIMITED, 118, HIGH-STREET, MERTHYR; rpPIOMPSON AND gHACKELL LIMITED. 35, COMMEROIAL-STRKKT. NEWPORT, ALSO AT GLOUCESTER PENARTH, AND PONTYPRIDD. THE THRBE rAR8' SYSTEM Was first introduced into South Wales by THOMPSON AND SHACKBLL upwards of twenty years ago, since which time many thousands of homes have been ren- dered happy by the p08seB8ion of It l\Iu8icalInstnlmer:t en such easy terms. The Monthly Payments are so low that there needb no house without a PIANO, AMERICAN ORGAN, OR HARMONIUM rpHOMPSON AND gHACKKLL LIMITED, Are always pleasea to send Full Particulars, with Descriptive Pamphlet, Photographs of the Newest Styles, Ac., free by post, on the application at any intending purchaser. DISCOUNT FOR CASH. The most liberai Discount is allowed to Cash Buyers and a large number of SECOND-HAND PIANOS always in Stock to select from at about HALF PRICE. fJIHOMPSON AND gltAO&ELL LIMITED CARDIFF, SWANSKA. NEWPCRT, MERTHYR, GLOUCESTER, PENARTH, 1047 161M AND PONTYPRIDD. ^TIFF'S SiAKOtt. Sola in ID. NCUIRE tsoxos. o Sold in SIb Packets. STIFF'S STARCH. In.de Ma.rk: 9ueeo..s.e Uniform Qua.htJ. OTIFJ"S STAROH. kZ? For Collars kZ? For Collars STIFFS STARCH. For Wristbands. For Shirt Front* pTIFTS STARCH. For Neckties For Caps. For Cuffa. Q TIFF'S STARCH. Fo- Lace. For Linen. QTUrPS STARCH. KoSSSt For Table C1DUI8. OTUH^S- STAJiCH IS- L?. tO Note the Caution IAIiiI TIFJrS STARCH. Observe the Trade Maxk o Sold by Grocer*. UJWS STiBOH. ^TiinrS STARCH. STIFF a CO.. O 13615 2300 RHTI L I" NVALID MEN WHO ARE NERVOUS AND DEPRESSED, without joy for the present or hope for the future, and wbosepaat is a regret, l should send 3 stamps for the MAGIC MIRROR, and address. The SECRETARY, lfituare. Sheffield (Established 1830). ttU—lTlfc gnhlir <kmvtstmtnts. CARDIFF. THEATRE ROYAL. LESSER Aim MANAGER Mr EDWARD FLETCHER ACTING MANAGKB. Mr JOHN SRRRIDAN IMFORTANT ENGAGEMENT of the GREAT TRAGEDIAN, EDMUND TEARLE. Supported by Miss KA L'E CLINTON and Celebrated Legitimate Company. TO-NIGHT, MONDAY, November 26tb, SHERIDAN KNOWLES' TRAGEDY, VIRGINIUS, VIKGINIUS (a Roman Soldier) EDMUND TEARLE. Preceded by THE SPITALFIKLD'S WEAVER. TUESDAY MACBETH. WEDNESDAY (Benefit of Mr EDW A llD FLETCHER) RICHELIEU. THURSDAY HAMLET. FRIDAY (Benefit of Mr Edmund Teirle), JULIUS CAESAR. SATURDA Y RICHARD Ill. MONDAY Next, Dec. 3, the Famous American Drama, THE STILL ALARM. Open 7. Commence 7.30. Half-price 9. Box Plan at Thompson A shackett's, Limited. THEATRE RYAL, CARDIFF. ANNUAL BENEFIT OF MR EDWARD FLETCHER. All the world's a stage, And all the men aad women merely players." SPECIAL MASONIC PATRONAGE. WEDNESDAY, NOV. 28TH, IOHELIEU. CARDINAL RICHELIEU EDWARD FLETCHER. BARADAS (on this occasiqn) ..EDMUND TEARLE. FRANCOIS KATE CLINTON. JULIE DE MOBTEMOB, (for this night only) MISS N. FLETCHER. By kind permission of MESSRS Wynn Milla and J. F. Ellison. OBAND SELECTION BY THE CARDIFF POLICE BAIMD. Concluding with TO OBLIGE FLETCHER. Supported by the Cardiff Histrionic Society and the Misses Ada and Nellie Fletcher. Doors open at 7 Commence at 7.15 p.m. precisely. pARK HALL, CARDIFF. FOR TWO NIGHTS ONLY, COMMENCING TO-NIGHT, MONDAY, NOV. 26TH, 1888. MESSRS LIVERMORE BROTHERS' INCOMPARABLE COURT MINSTRELS, MEN COSTUME" (GKORGE II.), In A New and Sparkling Programme of Refined COLOURED MINSTRELSY AND COMICALITIES, Which has been received throughout the tour with unbounded enthusiasm in every city and town they have visited. THE SUPERB CHOIR OF VOCALISTS. TO-NIGHT. CHARMING INSTRUMENTALISTS. TO-NIGHT. TEN CHOICK AMERICAN COMEDI- ANS A SPECIALITY ARTISTES. TO-NIGHT. LIVERMORE'S YACHT, TO-NIGHT. GABRIEL'S WEDDING. TO-NIGHT. THE KENTUCKY FORCE; "TICKLE ME"; etc., etc. TO-NIGHT. Doors open at 7 15 commence at 8. Prices of admission :—Balcony, 2s Front Seats, Is 6d; Body ol Hail, Is Back Seats, bd. Plan of Hall and Seats Reserved at Messrs Thomp- son and shackelf s Music Warehouse. 3128 197 pARK-HALL, CARDIFF. SATURDAY POPULAR CONCERTS BY THE CARDIFF CHORAL UNION. CONDUCTOR Mr JACOB DAVIES. Arrangements ;tre being (amorurst others) made with the following artistes :—Madame Williams-Penn, Miss Maggie Jones-Morewood, Miss Martha Davies, Miss Meredyth Elliott, Miss Ellen Flynn, Mr Dried Lewys, Mr James Sauvajje, &coo ifcc. Season tickets for balcony (10s bd). also books of 12 tickets, Front Seats (5s), may be obtained of Mr W. J/ewis. Duke-street; Mesnrs Thompson and Shackell and Heath and Son, Queen-street Miss Morgan, stationer, Docks and members of the Choral Union. FIRST CONCERT, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 1ST. 1888. Artistes: Miss Maegie Jones-Morewood, Mr Dyfed Lewys, the Wonderful Boy Harpist, Ap Pearce and others also the Cardiff Choral Union. Accompanist and Pianist: Madame CLARA N. DAVIES. Admission Balcony, ls; Front Seats, 6d Second Seats and Promenade, 3d. Commence at 7.45 p m. 3129 JMPORTANT NOTICE. THB WCCLD-F AM ED jy^OORE AND JgURGESS MINSTREL. OF ST. JAMES'S HALL, LONDON, with the whole of their Company UPWARDS OF FORTY PERFORMERS, WILL APPEAR AT THE PARK HALL, CARDIFF, NEXT Jy/JONDAY, JJECEMBER 3. SALE OF TICKETS WILL COMMENCE AT MR W. LEWIS'S. DUKE-STREET, THIS DAY AT 10, For the convenience of families residing at a distance from Cardiff, Tickets and aese: ved Seats can be secured through the Post, provided a P.O.O. for the amount of tioketll required, together with a Stamped and Direcied Envelope, is sent to Mr Lewis, Bookseller, Duke-street, Cardiff. • 3211 THE OFFICE FOR THR SALE OF rjlICKETS For the forthcoming visit of the MOORE AND J-JURGESS jyj" INSTRELS TO CARDIFF. N E X T E E K, WILL BE OPENED THIS DAY AT I0 A.M., AT MR LEWIS'S, BOOKSELLER, DUKE- STREET. FOR PRICES OF ADMISSION SEE OTHER ADVERTISEMENT. 3212 pARK HALL, QARDIFF. IMPORTANT NOTICE. It beine imperative to close the St. James's Hall fot three weeks, the Directors of the World-renowned jyjOORE AND JgORGESS jyjINSTRELS PRO It ST. JAMES'S HALL, LONDON. Where they have been giving Performances Nine Times in Each Week for the past 23 Years, in One Continuous and Unbroken Season, ba,e made arrangements to RE-VISIT CARDIFF, Giving Four Performances as under MONDAY, December 3, at 8. TUESDAY, December 4, at 8. WEDNESR AY, December 5, 3 & 8. THE WHOLE OF THE MAGNIFICENT COMPANY, THE SPLENDID CHOIR AND ORCHESTRA, THE FINE CHOIR OF JUVENILE VOICES, THE PHALANX OF COMEDIANS, Including the Inimitable Comedian, MR G. W. MOORE, WILL APPEAR AT EACH PERFORMANCE. PRICES OF ADMISSION 3S, 2s, Is. The plan of the Reserved Seats at Mr W. Lewis, Duke-street, where Reserved Seats and Tickets may be obtained. Doors open for Day Performances at 2.30, Evening at 7.30. 13666 THE GREAT JtJLOOD PUKlt'lKU THOMPSON'S BURDOCK PILLS JL comethe worst forms of diseases, and the fouiesc state of theblood, stomach liver, and kidneys they go he core of everv aisease, where no other medicines have power to reach. The GREAT BLOOD PURIFIERcnre* the following compiaint.S :-lndiI!:8stion, or wind in the stomach Ot boweis giddiness in the nead, dimness of sight weak or ■ore eyes, loss of memory, palpitation oi the heart, liver and bilious obstructions, astoma, or tightness IN the chest rheumatics, lumbago, jiiles, gravel, pains in tba back, scurvy, bad less bad breast, sore throat, sore bMMb and sores oi all descriptions, barns, wounds, or white swellings, scrofula, or kin4(s evil, GATHERING tumours or cancers, pimples or blotches on the iace body, swelled feet or legs, scabs and itcn, erysipelas jaundice, and dropsy, and ievers of all kinds In boxes at l^d and 2s 9d each, sold bJ-mœt\ Chemists, or from the BordoefcBiU* ttUsmtactary, Oxfe«Astreet,<8wanaea. 10M fJuMii: Amusements. CARDIFF. GRAND THEATRE AND OPERA *JT HOUSE, WESTGATK-STREET, CARDIFF. LESSEES Messrs E. A W. JOHN. ACTING AND BUSINESS MANAGER Mr JOHN MAY. ASSISTANT MANAGER. Mr HENRY CAIRNCROSS. MONDAY. NOVEMBER 26th. 1888, And during the Week, Special Engagement of Nt HARRY J^jONKHOUSE, With his own Original Company, as played by them in London, assisted by Miss MAUDE BRANSCOMBB, the Charming and Popular Souorette, and the AMERI- CAN SISTERS, in their ereat Specialities illSous and Dances. TO-NIGHT. MONDAY, NOVEMBER 26th, 1888, And during the Week, | j A R K S, In Three Acts. The latest London success by Wilton Jones. MONDAY, Dec. 3rd, 1888, Mr Stafford Grafton and Company, in the celebiated Drama, MONTE CRISTO. n CAERLEON. rpHE J^LANGIBBY & fJpREDEGAR JJUNT STEEPLECHASES WILL TAKE PLACB AT CAERLEON ON THURSDAY, NOV. 29, 1888, UNDER GRAND NATIONAL HUNT RULES. JUDGE AND CLERK OF SCALES Mr JOHN PRATT. CLERK OF THE COURSE Mr JAS ROWE. STAKEHOLDER Colonel LYNE. FIRST RACE, 12.30 P.M. Admission to the ground, 6d: Carriages, 3s each) Pair of Horses, bs; each OCCUp&Dt, bd, 8na.nts ea. cepted. Any other carriage, 10s. JAMES ROWE. ) rT || Sn_ 3032 H. D. YORATH j Uon' — y' ASK YOUR GROCER FOR THE RATIONAL jgAKERY 00.'S Each Cake bears the The Best Value Company's Name. O obtainable. CAKES. jjgECNAIRE MADEIRA CAKES ZECNAIRE GENOA CAKES ZECNAIRE RICH FRUIT CAKEg ZECNAIRE SULTANA CAKES ZECNAIRg SICILY CAKES 2JECNAIRE UGBT FRUIT CAKEf ZECNAIRE COKERNUT CAKF ZECN AIRE DUNDEE CAK r^ECNAIRE MORELLA CA ^ECNAIRE CURRANT CAKEj^ 2JECNAIRE BALMORAL CAKES ZECNAIRE FBurr CAKES ZECNAIRE SEED CAKES ZECNAIRE DOVER CAKES ZECNAIRE CITRON CAKES ZECNAIRE ALMOND CAKEg CRYSTALLIZED DKSSttRT BISCUITS. RICH SCOTCH SHORTBREAD. FANCY SPONGE CAKES. HIGH-CLASS CONFECTIONERY, May be harl of «1J Grocers in 3i00 181 EDgiand, Scotland, and Wales. THE CITY OF LONDON TEA COM- JL PANY supply their celebrated Teas to the public direct, ill quantities of bibs Bond up. wards, carriage paid, a system which entirely doe away with the intermediate profits be- tween importer and consumer, and therefore must reult in an immense saving. Small consumers will find it tù their great advantage to club together Bond srnd tbeir orders in one, whicb will be packed conyeniently for distribu- tion. THE CITY OF LONDON TEA COM, PANY send ihe underwentiolled Teas in larg4 quantities daily to all parts of the Kingdom. imiNE KAISOW, of superb quality, 21 JL per lb. Compare this dehcious 1 ea With ton, sample at any price. MIXED INDIAN, of wonderful strength .Å. and flavour 2s per lb. CEYLON, offine quality, 2s per lb. Com- pare thiR beautiful Ta. with the so-called Ceylons old in lead packets. CONGOU, rich, strong, fruity, of ad mirable quality. Is ofl per lb. CJARYUNK CONGOU, rich, fragrant Tea. K7 Is 8d per lb. ASSAM DUST, the essence of strength and flavour, 18 6d. Sifted at thtl Gardens from tbe tine8t Teas rown, and shipped dir6Ct A Quarter.pound Sample of any of the above Teas, post free for Six Stamps. Supplied, carriage paid. in packages all follows Parcels of bib. and upward-, caddv buxes of 161b. or 20lb.; half chests of 561b. at a reduction of Id per ib.: chests of 1001b. at a reduction of 1d per lb. on price quoted. Orders accompanied by a remittance, payable to William Hughes, will receive prompt attention. Full list of prices on application. CITY OF LONDON TEA COMPANY, New Basinghall-street, London. K.C. 1217 jyj £ W TEMPERANCE DRINKS. PATTINSON'S FRUIT CORDIAL ESSENCES, For the speedy production of Delicious Temi eranoe Wines. One 6d bottle will make nearly five Pints. PAT I IN SON'S ORIGINAL AND UNRIVALLED GINGER BEER POWDKR Makes delicious Ginger Beer in two h >urs. No boiling or sLmining required. Packets 3d each. Samples at Stand 167. Exhibition, Cardiff. Mt BALSAM SUPERSEDED. MAT MILTON'S AMERICAN HERB PASTE. MAT Is warranted to cure ail AMERICAN MILTON'S discharges from the urinary: SKilL MAT organs io either sexJ PASTE. MILTON'S Thoroughly reliable con- AMERICAN MAT venient to take. In tins, HERB MILTON'S 2s 9d IWd 4s ad each. Free' PASTE. MAT by post 3dexcra. [AMERICAN MILTON'S ——— HERB MAT HEWSON'S COMPOUND! PaSTK. MILTON'S PENNYROYAL IAMRRICU MAT PILLS FOR FEMALES, j HERB MILTON'S in boxes. Is Hod and 2s 9<1, PASTB. MAT each; free by post 2d extra.1 MAT MILTON'S Local Agents: Cardiff, Mr MILTOWS AMERICAN Munday, Chemist, 1, Duke- AMERICAN HERB street Newport, Mr j HEBB PASTB. Phillips, 92, Commercial., PASTB. MAT street; Swansea, Mr KeaU, MAT MILTON'S Chemist, 139, High-street MILTON* AMERICAN F. H. Hewson, 8, Victoria-AMERICAN REBB avenue, Maindee, Newport,! HERB PASTE. Mon. [ PASTB. Iba London; Barclay Sons

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