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Sp»i,^nher particulars apply to RICHARDSON, 0 & CO., 19 and 22, Water-street, Liverpool. 144(jk CUDLIPF, Cattle road, Cardiff ioNgs &d iitite Dock*. (,'ardilf, and at Dock- Newport; S. J. DAYIES. 9, Edward-place ■r,LNET and Ca> Abertillery; J. MORGAN, B ""ce Pontypool .1. THOMAS, Tredegar W. ML ACBTIN, Neath-road, Landore; A. DAVIRS, Tiw'^an.stv^et, Pontlottyn HLIZABKTH DAVIS, 52, Merthyr AUS'I IN & -1 I.I'OCI: S. SITANNNII «W„ fiORERxs, South Wales Emigration Office, khd Pli,ld; A. H. THOMAS, Church-street. Blaiaa; HITCHINAS, Agent, Aberkenflg. 1016 X^AN LINEROYALMAIL STEAMERS. & INTERNATIONAL STEAMSHIP CO., LTD. CFTI>OOL to NEW YORK every WEDNESDAY. 4.1I1 Calling at Queenstown every Thursday. iTW to RICHARDSON. SPENCE, A CO., ^w-screet. Liverpool; or to S. J. Da vies, 9, Queen-street, Cardiff Geo. Bird, C&jfttte-street. Cardiff C. J. Cuolipp, Castle-road, BW Wm- Edwards, Hill Side House, Caerphilly Us,Perkins, 17, Somerset-place, Swansea J. Mor- St. George-street. Swansea Austin <fc Sil- Swansea; T. H. Austin, Neath-road, Landore; Gw^fen, Lawrence-«treet, Llanelly Josiah Davies, "^esteru House, Llanelly H. Lewis, Old Market- )^jjeath J. Roberts. Pontypridd. 1H0 r^KETS for AMERICA, CANADA, M^STRALIA. or the CAPE, by any Line, can be ^RSJT^AVIES^9^EDWARD-PLACE^CARDIFF^^65 ^ubUrait0n5. post 2s 8d. Heywood, Paternoster Buildings, London. UlAGNOSTICS OF AURAL DISEASE, BY s. E. SMITH, Esq M.R.C.S.E., Aural 10 the late National Ear Institution, London, of the new method of applying Remedial lbt,1,88 to the Cavity of the Tympanum, and of the c: Catheter. ••v. THE PRESS:r of y?r Smith is the most practical aural surgeon *'H 4AY-" -London Medical Review. ktdi?, is the most expert operator. — American Times. written by oii6 who ha3 had niuch experience i« treatment of diseases of the ear.^ — I ht < 'ritic. number ot Aeaf and dumb children have been under his treatment, and it is wonderful to mark P^ovement these little creatures begin to show in both speech and hearing. — Edinburgh Sm'to's treatment has long been recognised as v/hP'.toe most successful even in the worst of cases." Vftr«tian Unwn dance-10 till 2 o'clock, High-street Arcade, (St. John-street entrance). 13523 9 -2591 °* Seady, Superior Paper and Binding, Prise 4s ed. tt H Y S L E W I S, MINISTER OF BETHEL: AN AUTOBIOGRAPHY. BY DANIEL OWEN. TRANSLATED FROM THE WELSH h. BY JAMES HARRIS. 'or of •« The Red Dragon," the National Magazine of Wales; OWM* "^e Bar binister," "Polly Morgan, Pit *• Herbert of Gla'lyn, a Story of the Eisteddfod, the Chapel, and the Coal Mine," &e.. &c. ^J-ONDON SIMPKIN, MARSHALL & CO. HUGHES <fc SON, 56, HOPE-STREET. 2293 GLADSTONE writes bftr Sirs Uw I have now read through the life of Rhys W«lsh ^hich you kindly sent me. Its delineations of character are the best which I happen to have Hich*?!? Boshing CHI be happier than the mod« in log. he highest truths are exhibited in contact with to K e'»ted matter. I apply these remarks especially 8 first moiety of the work. "Se Your-; faithfuUy and obediently, ^^Ptember 9th, 1888. W, E. GLADSTONE." X3lGEST10N~ANDINDIGESTI0N.— •*$> A New Work by De Quntin. Post-free, 2s 6d, J^i *lncial Medical Journal" Office, 10, Friar's-laue, A r. Can be ordered through any bookseller. useful book to all students of and sufferers t Indigestion." 632 EAD THE LA~W~~6P POPULA^ TO J TION, by ANNIE BESANT.—A Work designed e duce Inarried people to limit their family within |JL hieans of subsistence.—Sent post free by W. H, (j-^olds Publisher, New Cross, London, S. K. on ^^P^fei^it^penny^stamps^799^ (jBUBOH QRGAN8. IIOMPSON AND gHACKELL, (LIMITED), QUEEN'S ORGAN FACTORY, CARDIFF- PRICE LIST:— Ifo. 1. pRICE £60. 156 Pipes, ÑO. 2. pRICE £90. 225 Pipes. J^"0. 3. pRICE £120. 298 Pipes NO. 4. pRICE £135. 390 Pipes. JlfO. 5. pRICE £ 200 454 Pipes, ESTIMATES GIVEN FOR LARGER ORGANS UP TO £ 1,000. dpodileations- Designs, and Estimates furnished for •U descriptions of Church, Hall or Chamber Organs. Also for Re-building, Additions, and Repairs. THE BEST MATERIALS ONLY bsev. t OraUs Tuned and Kept in Order by Contract in any part of South Wales. THOMPSON and SHACKELL (Limited) have had honour of attending to the Organs a an ^toedral, the Park-hall, Cardiff, dw., &=■> and ha*e a workmen of great experience, capable o a en- to any Organ, however ntricate the mechanism. 1047 THE GREAT BLOOD PUKIFIKL. THOMPSON'S BURDOCK PILLS over gt*~ comethe worse forms of diseases, ana the fouie,- of theblooa, stowii liver, and kidneys they K>. he core of everv dise^set wu^re ao other medicine- Power to reach. coir* GREAT BLOOD PURIFIER cures the foilowin jjj"n»ptauue:—Indigestion, or wind in t.'ie stomach o- im? 8 giddiness in the head, dimness of sight weak o: loss of memory, palpitation of the heart, liver ch«L* oos obstructions, asthma, or tightness in the bil!5r rneumatics, lumbago, piles, stavel, pains in the L"> scurvy, bad legs bad breast, sore throat, sore and sores of all descriptions, burns, wounds, oi tar?, swellings, scrofula, or king's evil, gatherings ""Sours or cancers, pimples or blotches on the face ann 3welled feet oi lees, scabs and itcn, erysipeia uaice, ana dropsy, ana fevers of ail kinds Ch„,„ Ies !id and 3s 9d each, sold by most pOeimatg. or from the Burdock Pill Manufactory^' tiwaaaesk 100* 1 ales bu ^artion, AUCTION 4.FPOINTMENTS. THE DUKE.ST. AUCTION & STORAGE ROOMS J. G. MADDOX <k CO., Auctioneers Household Furniture, at Rooms Nov. 27 <fc <29 Household Furniture, 27. Hickinan-rd, Penarth.Nov. 28 Furniture, at 26, Clive road, Penarth THE CARDIFF ESTATE AGENCY CO, LIMITED. House Properties, at Cardiff Nov. 27 Messrs DA VIES and MORGAN. Leasehold Dwelling-Houses, at Pontypridd. Nor. 28 Mr MICHAEL DAVIES. Household Furniture, Ac., at Cowbridiie Dec. 3 Mr T. WHITTY EVANS. Leasehold Shop & Premises, Ac., at A be ram an N ov 27 Messrs GOTTWALTZ & BO WRING Damaged Wheat, at Cardiff Nov. 28 Horses, at Cardiff Dec. 1 Stock-in-Trade, at Cardiff Dec. 4 & 5 Fat Stcck, at Whitchurch Dec. 1t 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. & S. HERN. Household Furniture, at Cardiff — Messrs H. HILL & CO. Coachbuilder s stock-in-Trade. at Swansea .Nov. 28 Jewellery, &c.. at Swansea Dec. 3 Messrs JENKINS, CLAUKE, & TEASDALE. Leasehold Property, at Penarth Nov. 30 Messrs KNOYLE & ROBERTS. Cottage Property, at Swansea Nov. 30 Mr W. G. LAITY. Sale of Horses, at Repository 30 Mr MONTGOMERY. „„ Houses, at Cardiff .Nov 27 Houses, at Cardiff Dec, 4 Mr THOMAS PARRY. Farm Stock, near Newpert Dec. 4 Mr WM. HARRY REES. Ironworks, at Llanelly .Dec. 6 Messrs EDWARD ROBERTS and SON. Shops, Dwelling-houses, &c., at Swansea Dec. 4 Messrs STEPHENSON and ALEXANDER Fat and Store Stock, near Cardiff Dec. 3 Fat Sheep and Cattle, at Fairwater Dec, 10 Sheep and Cattle, at Cardiff Dec. 13 Christmas Fat Stock Sale, at Cardiff Dec. 18 Premises, &c., at Cardiff Jan. Farming Stock, &c., at St. Fagan's Jan SALE THIS DAY. DUKE-STREET AU CTION-ROOMS, CARDIFF. ON TUESDAY & THURSDAY. NOVEMBER 27th and 29th, 1888. MESSRS J. G. MAUDOX and CO. will SELL by AUCTION, on TUESDAY and THURSDAY, November 27th and 29th, at Two o clock 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 tbes., Sales must be entered the day previous. Goods on view morning of Sale. iui SALE TO-MORROW. YORK VILLA, 27. HICKMAN-ROAD, PENARTH. ON WEDNESDAY, NOVKMBER 28TH. 1888, Commencing at Two o'clock precisely. MESSRS J. G. MADDOX & CO. are instructed by Mrs Wilkinson (who is giving up the house) to SELL by PUBLIC AUCTION, at her residence as above, the whole of tier HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE AND EFFECTS, including a Capital Piano in Walnut Case, by Cocks ifc 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 CLYTHA VILLA, 26, CLIVE.ROAD, PENARTH. ON WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER lYra, 1888, COMMENCING AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON PRECISELY. UNRESERVED SALE OF SUBSTANTIAL MODERN HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE AND EFFECTS. Comprising walnut drawing-room suite in rep, mahogany chairs and couches in cloth and hair, gilt pier glasses, an excellent (nearly new) full compass trichord pianoforte, in walnut case, by H. Tolkien and Co., London mahogany dining and other tables, roewood cheffoniere with marble top and plate-glass doors and back, 28-day marble and other clocks, mahogany 4-ft. sideboard, Brussels and tapestry carpets, ornaments, pictures, fenders, and irons, oak hall and umbrella stands, chairs, stair carpet and rods, &c. superior iron and brass bed- steads spring, hair, and wool mattresses down, feather, and millpuff beds pair superior mahogany toilet chests of drawers, painted and other wash- stands and tables, toilet glasses, towel rails, carpets and rugs, &c., ke., together with the usual kitchen utensils and sundries, \/I ESSRS J. G. MADDOX and CO. are ^tAJL instructed to ^ELL l<y PUBLIC AUCTION, on WEDNESDAY, December 5th, 1888, commencing at 12 o'clock noon precisely, the whole of the above effects, Goods on view day prior to and on morning of sale. Offices and Salerooms 25, Duke-street, Cardiff. 3222 SALE THIS DAY. BY ORDER OF THE MORTGAGEES. ROSE-STREET, ROATH, CARDIGAN-STREET, CANTON, CLARE-ROAD & COURT-ROAD, SALT MFAD, CARDIFF. rriHK 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, Roath, Cardiff. Term, 99 years from 1872. Apportioned ground rent, £317s. LOT 2.-Nos. 8,10, 12 and 14, CLARE-ROAD, Salt Mead, Cardiff. Term, 99 years from 1887. Ground rent, 6, LOT 3,-SHOP at corner of Court-road and Allerton. street. Salt Mead, Cardiff. Term, 99 years from 1887. Apportioned ground rent, :£5. LOT 4.-Nos. 19,21 and 23, COURT-ROAD, aforesaid. Term, 99 years from 1887. Apportioned ground rent, B10 10s. LOT 5.-Nos. 14, 16, 18, 20, and 22, CARDIGAN. STREET, Canton, Cardiff. Term, 99 years from 1882. Ground rent, Cil los. The above Properties are all well let, and will be sold at low reserves. For further particulars apply to the Auctioneer, 18, High-street, Cardiff, or to Messrs BERNARD, KING, & HUGHES, 3122 Solicitors, Cardiff. PENARTH. SALE OF WELL-BUILT LEASEHOLD PROPERTY. MESSRS JENKINS, CLARKE, and TKASDAjliE have received instructions from the Mortgagee to SELL by AUCTION, at the Ship Hotel, Penarth, on FRIDAY, the 30th day of Novem- ber, 1888, at 7 o clock in the evening, the following desirable LEASEHOLD PROPERTY, in one or more lots. as may be determined upon, via., All those Three MESSUAGES and PREMISES, situate and being Nos. 66. 67, and 68, Maughan-street, Penartb, now in the respect;veoccupations of John Evans, Robert Perry, and Charles Frederick Denn, at the rent of 8s 6d per week each. The bouses are held for a, term of 93 years from 1st May, 1881, at an annual ground rent of JE6 lis 3d. For further particulars apply to the Auctioneers, Philharmonic Chambers, Cardiff, or to Mr JAS. MOKGAN, Solicitor, 30 37, St. Mary-street, Cardiff. "SALE THIS DAY! CANTON.—Nos. 62, 66, 68, 82, 84, and 86, Alexandra road. MR MONTGOMERY ia instructed to SELL the above by AUCTION, at the Market Hotel. Canton, on TUESDAY, 27th November at 8 o'clock.—Particulars of L. J. Phillips, Esq., Solicitor, Newport; or of 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 01 Bo 12s for the two houses, and let at 12s 6d per week each. No. 13, GREEN-STRKET, held for a term of 99 years, from March, 1870, at the low ground rent of £2- No. 66, ELDON-ROAD, held for a term of 99 years, from, March, 1884, at a ground rent of 1:4 9s, and let at 12s 6d per 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 Lewi., Esq., Solicitor, 3, Charles-street or of the Auctioneer, 61, Queen-street, Cardiff. u 21 THE GLAMORGAN HORSE REPOSITORY (opposite T.V.ll. station), CARDIFF. FRIDAY NEXT, Nov. 30TH. MR W. G. LA ITY begs to announce that be will hold his next SALE of HORSES, CARRIAGES, HARNESS, &c., on the above date. Present entries include horses from W. Kirk by, Esq., Newport, Mr C. Morgan, Mr J. Abbott, and others. Early entries respectfully solicited. Entrance fee, 3s. 3189 AUCTION, ESTATE, AND HOUSE AGENCY OFFICES, ST. JOHN'S CHAMBERS, CARDIFF. MR C. L. SWEETING Begs to announce that he has opened Offics as above, and, having had many years' practical experience in all branches of the profession, he trusts to be favoured with the support of the public of Cardiff and neigh- bourhood. SALES BY AUCTION of every description of pro- perty conductea in town or country on the most reasonable terms, and prompt settlements made. VALUATIONS made for tiansfer, administration, mortgages, &c., and compensation claims adjusted. HOTEL AND PUBLIC-HOUSE VALUER. DILAPIDATION is assessed and insurances effected. HOU.-TEHOLD FURNITURE purchased and cash advanced on goods intended for absolute sale. A REGISTER OF ESTATES, houses, business pre- mises, Ac., to be Sold or Let is kept free of expense to owners for insertion therein, unless a purchaser or tenant is introduced through his agency, in which case the usual commission will be charged. FOR SALE, several first class Freehold Hotels. Wanted to purchase, Freehold or Leasehold Public- bouses doing a good trade. Apply to Mr C. L. Sweet- i»«, Auctioneer, Hotel and Public-house Valuer, Estate Agent and Surveyor, St. John's Chambers, Cardiff. 282a RBALL'S AMERICAN MANDRAKE PILLS MANDRA WC The great remedy for Bili. MANntrH?? ou* and Liver Complaints, PILLS MAN nil A Indigestion, Piles, & Gravel, PILLS MANDRAKE SS Arsr' B1~d Pori- M A x nw iifi? the a#e. PILI^S MAN1)RAKK V, T TESTIMONIAL.. PILLS MANIIRAKF M"Keall, Maindee. PILLS MANnnAKw „ 1 consider your Amen- PILLS 4if F fMandrake Pills to be the PILLS ^^2^5 a^eat,?3t success the world has PILLS MANDRAKE ever known—I am, sir, yours PILLS MANDRAKE faithfully, J> H HEWSO.N. PILLS MANDRAKE Munday. Chemist, Cardiff. PILLS MANDRAKE Robb, Chemist, Roath Gav- PILLS MANDRAKE rett Brothers. Newport; J.G. PILLS MANDRAKE Isaac (late Havmkn). Che- PILLS MANDRAKE mist, Neath; Newberry and PILLS MANDRAKE Son, London. PILLS MANDRAKK Propetor r KEALL, PILLS MANDRAKE Chemist & Dentist, 199, High- PILLS MA NDRAKE street, Swansea. 8076 i0f2 PILLS TOVVLE'S PENNYROYAL and STEEL PILLS FOR FEM ALES quickly correct aUirregu arities and relieve the distressingsymptoms so prevalent I with the<XBx. Boxes, Is lid and 2s 9d, of all chemists Sent any! there for 15 or 34 stamps, by The Lincoln and Midland Counties Druf fio. Lincoln.—Beware of Imitations 1015 I allS tI Unction. SALE TO-MORROW (WEDNESDAY), 28th NOV. ]Y| ESSRS GOTTWALTZ CV BOWRING l 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 may be had 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 STUD SALE OF 80 HORSES On the above date, including 3 HUNTERS, the Property of a Gentleman, who may be referred to. I 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 SALE THIS DAY. j ABERAMAN, ABERDARE. MR T, WHITTY EVANS will SELL by AUCTION, at the Rock Inn, Abaraman, 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 IMPORTANT TO IRONMONGERS, BUILDERS, AND OTHERS. HIGH-STREET, COWBRIDGE. MR MICHAEL DAVIES has received instructions irom H. T, Stephens, Esq., the Official Receiver in Bankruptcy, Cardiff, to SELL by AUCTION, on the Premises as above, on MONDAY, the 3rd day of December, 1888, and the following days until the whole is sold, the well-assorted and nearly new STOCK-IN-TRADE. FITTING, HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, AND EFFECTS of Mr George Matthews, Ironmonger, comprising a large quantity of bedsteads, palliasses, millpuff, cutlery, tin and iron goods, crates, ranges, sheets, roofing, oils, cisterns, lead ana iron piping, farmer's and carpenter's tools, mats, brushes, wall-papers, powder cartridges, lamps of all descriptions, electro- plated goods, blacking, blacklead, glue, harness, liquid, paints, coffin furniture, weighing machine and scales, locks and keys of all sorts, uails, nuts, bolts, files, spectacles, shears, trunks, cocoanut matting, together with other things much too numerous to mention. The Book Debts amount in the aggregate to the sum of P.212, and are nearly all quite good. These will be offered for Sale at one o'clock on Tuesday, 4th December. The Sale will commence each day at Twelve o'clock, and there will be no reserve. The Auctioneer begs most respectfully to call the very special attention of those in the trade to this splendid lots of goods, and to call their notice to the fact that the heavy lots will, so far as is possible, be disposed of the first day. He also desires to call the attention of farmers and other to this opportunity of purchasing tools of husbandry, 4c., at a cheap rate. For further particulars please apply to T. H. Stephens, Esq., Cardiff; or to the Auctioneer, at 30, Coity-road, Bridgend. TO INVESTORS, SPECULATORS, AND OTHERS. SALE OF DESIRABLE COTTAGE PROPERTY AT SWANSEA. \TESSRS KNOYLE and ROBERTS -LvH have received instructions to OFFER for SALE by PUBLIC AUCTION (subject to such conditions as shall then and there be produced), at the Royal Hotel, High-street, Swansea, on FRIDAY, November 3Qth, 1888, the following desirable LEASEHOLD COTTAGE PROPERTY LOT I.-All that LEASEHOLD DWELLING- HOUSE situate and being No. 8, Clarence-terrace, Clat ence-street, Swansea, now in the occupation of Mr W. Brown at the yearly rental of £ 16. Held for a term of 91 years, from the 20th day of September, 1828, at the annual ground rent of £1 lis 8d. LOT 2.—All that LEASEHOLD DWELLING- HOUSE, situate and being No. 43, Gorse-lane, Swan- sea, now in the occupation of Mr William Caswell, at the yearly rental of £ 28. Held for a term of 99 years, from the 24th day of June, 1875, less one day, at the annual ground rent of E3 16s 6d. LOT 3. -All those TWO LEASEHOLD DWELLING- HOUSES and PREMISES, situate and being Nos. 3 and 4, Hall-street, Carmarthen-road, Swansea. now in the occupation of Messrs Michael Dacey and James Allen, at the weekly rentals of 6s 6d and 7s respec- tively. Held for a term of 75 years, from the 25th day of March, 1856, at the annual ground rent of SS 18s. Sale to commence at 3 o'clock in the Afternoon. Further particulars as to Lots 1 and 2 can be had on application to Messrs Beor, Fry, and Plant, Solicitors, Temple-street, Swansea as to Lot 3, to Edwin Davies, Esq., Solicitor, Goat-street, Swansea and as to the whole, to the Auctioneers, Fisher-street, Swansea. Hales by Skitter. GLAMORGANSHIRE.—PENTYRCH. TO TIMBER MERCHANTS, COLLIERY PRO- PKIETORS, AND OTHERS. FLTENDERS are invited for the Purchase A of the following very Valuable COPPICE WOODS AND TIMBER TREES, The Property of E. R. WiDgtield, Esq. LOT 1.-0u about 25 acres, forming part of Coedy- bedw Wood, situate to the north of a footpath leading through the wood from Pentyrch Works to Penygarn, in the Parish of Pentyrch, within about a mile of Walnut Tree Bridge Station and the Glamorganshire Canal, consisting of 294 oak, 68 ash, and 15 beech timber trees pitwood, cogwood, cordwood, and hurdle stuff. LOT 2.-About 15 acres, forming part of Coedybedw and Graig Goch Woods, situate to the south of Lot 1, and adjoining the Heol Goch-road, in the Parish of Pentyrch, consisting of 238 oak, 30 ash, 23 beech, and 1 larch fir timber trees; pitwood, cogwood, cordwood, and hurdle stuff. All timber trees in the above lots are marked and numbered with white paint. All standards are reserved by the Landowner, and excluded from these lots, and marked with red paint. For View of the woods apply to Mr Evan John, Pen- twyn, Pentyrch, Cardiff. All Tenders to be sent to R. A. Warren, Esq., 99, Great Russell-street, London, W.C., not later than the 28th of November, 1888, CONDITIONS.—Payment on acceptance of Tender, less a discount of Ba per cent., or by approved bills at three months. Ground to be cleared by 25th March, 1890. v the highest or any Tender will not necessarily be accepted. 13562 2988 alts bg fBribai* Contract ON SALE.—The ORGAN in the UNI- TARIAN CHURCH, SWANSEA, to make room for a large new instrument. Twomanuals,13 stops; splendid mahogany case gilt pipes. Price where it stands, £40. Apply to P. CONACHER < CO., Organ Builders, 3179 Spring wood Works, Huddersfield. anh Contracts. BUILDERS desirous of TEND P,'RIN G for JD the ERECTION and COMPLETION of an EYE HOSPITAL in the Grounds of the General Hospital, St. Helen's-road, Swansea, Glamorganshire, are requested to send their names to the Secretary, Mr Jno. W. Morris, Gower-street, Swansea, on or before the 5th December next. Plans and specifications may be seen, and bills of quantities and form of tender obtained, on payment of one nuinea (which will be returned on receipt of bona-fide tender), at the OB e of the Architect, Mr J. Buckley Wilson, F.R.I.B.A., 15, Castle-street, Swansea. N.B.—The lowest or any other tender not necessarily accepted. By Order, 3150 JNO. W. MORRIS, Secretary. TENDERS are wanted for SINKING a JL 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 SIN 1c E R s TENDERS wanted for SINKING PAIR of PITS. Specification may be obtained upon payment of 10s 6d. Address Manager,Tirpentwys Colliery, Pontypool. 3062 Jropertp, &c., to Het. ENVOE CASTLE ESTATE.— TO 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 pa-ture. -Apply to 3156 Mr THOS. EVANS, The Vishwell, Wenvoe. JpENARTH NU R 8 E RI B S. IMMENSE STOCK of all descriptions of TREES and SHRUBS retjuiarly transplanted and with splendid roots. SEf CATALOGUE, POST FREE. R OSES. JJ1RUIT TREES. (gHRUBS. CLIMBERS, &c. IJJOSES. 7,000 FEET of GLASS devoted to POT PLANTS. WREATHS AND BOUQUETS. 150,000 QUICKS FOR HEDGES.. RALPH CROSSLING, PENARTH NURSERIES. INSPECTION INVITED. 3126 ASK YOtnt GBOCElt. FOR GBACE, CHAVB, A Co.'s PURE SWEETS. 189 3107 ONE BOX OF CLARKE'S B 41 PILLS N-r is warranted to cure all discharges from the Urinary Organs ineither sex (acquired or constitutional), Gravel, and Pains in the Back. G aaranteed free from Mercury. Sold in Boxes, 4s 6d each, by all Chemists I and Patent Medicine Vendors throughout the World or sent to any address for sixty rtas<ps by the Makers, The Lincoln and Midlvri Cout&ioa Drug Company, Liaoola. L IOCS alts hy faction- SALE TO-MORROW. TO COACH-BUILDERS, WHEELWRIGHTS, MER- CHANTS, AND OTHERS. 55, OXFORD-STREET, SWANSEA. MESSKS 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-TRADE of that old-established business of coachbuiiders 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 bellows, 2 anvils, 3 vices, stocks and dies, swage block, tue irons, drilling machine, joiners' benches, trap rails, lamps, &c., a quantity of naints, varnish, brushes, &c., also a superior weil-made flour wagon, quite new, 3 ploughs, &c., &c. Dog Cart, Set of Harness, &c. Sale to commence at Eleven o'clock in the Forenoon. N.B.—The premises to be Let. Auctioneers' Offices, 10, Castle-street, Swansea. 3001 LONDON HOUSE AUCTION ROOMS, 10. CASTLE- STREET, SWANSEA. MESSRS H. HILL and CO. have received instructions from a London Firm of Wholesale and Export Agents to SELL by AUCTION, on MONDAY, December 3rd, and five following days, at 6.30 each Evening, a portion of a valuable STOCK-IN-TRADP, OF A JEWELLER AND SILVERSMITH, comprising electro plated tea and coffee services, coffee trays, salvers, tea pots, cruets, egg epergnes, liquor frames, table gongs, biscuit boxes, claret jugs, entree dishes, soup tureens, tea kettles, hot water jugs, sauce boat. &c., &c.; also a choice assortment of cases of ivory handled fish and dessert knives and forks, with sterling silver mounts, fish carvers; canteens of cutlery and plate (for 12 persons), salad bowls, &.C. a quantity of table cutlery and spoons and forks, opera and field glasses, and a varied stock of diamond jewellery and watches, consisting of diamond and sapphire half hoop, single stone, and dress rings scarf pins, studs, brooches, bracelets, &c.; ladies' and gentlemenvs old keyless lever watches, silver Boston levers and Geneva watches, &c. Clocks, bronzes, Vienna and Dresden china. May be viewed on Saturday, December 1st, and mornings of sale; and further particulars may be obtained of the Auctioneers, Messrs Hill and Co., Castle-street, Swansea. SALE OF VALUABLE LEASEHOLD BUSINESS PREMISES, PROSPECT-PLACK, SWANSEA. MESSRS EDWARD ROBERTS &SON have been instructed to SELL by PUBLIC AUCTION, at the Cameron Arms, High-street, Swan- sea, on TUESDAY, the 4th December, 1888, subject to conditions 01 Sale- LOT I.-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 Poliard, and others. LOT 2.—All that COTTAGE at back of Lot 1, and situate 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 £3 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 CARM ARTH ENSHIRE. LLANELLY. TO IRONMASTERS, TIN-PLATE, AND OTHER MANUFACTURERS, IRON MERCHANTS, &c. SALE OF THE OLD LODGE IRONWORKS. WITH THE FIXED AND LOOSE PLANT, MACHINERY, AND MATERIALS. MR WILLIAM HARRY REES is in- structed to SELL by AUCTION, at the Works, in Llanelly, on THURSDAY, the 6th day of December, 1888, in one lot, or in such other lots as may be de. termined on at the time of sale, and subject to condi. tions of sale to be then read, all that highly important and valuable Freehold and Leasehold Manufacturing Property called or known as THE OLDJLODGE IRONWORKS, and Premises thereto belonging, and held therewith, situate in the town of Llaoelly, in the connty of Car- marthen, together with the Fixed and Loose Plant, machinery, and materials in and about the same. The property comprises the land and premises with such buildings, sheds, and other erections as are thereon and formerly used as the Old Lodge Iron Works, con- taining a total area of 2a. 3r. 21p or thereabouts, and occupying a most important and eligible position for manufacturing purposes. It has extensive and valu- able frontages to Station-road and Wern-road (the latter being mainly freehold), and adjoins the works of the Wern Iron Foundry Company, the whole being enclosed by good boundary walls. The property ia closo to th« Great W"astern Railway, with which it is connected by a branch railway (used in conjunction with other works), frqm^vi^hich sidings for railway trucks are laid to the centre and other convenient parts of the works. The site and extent of the property are particularly available, and offer exceptional advantages and facilities for the construction of large works, or for establishing and carrying on any of the principal industries. The Freehold portion comprises 48 perches or there- abouts. The Leasehold parts are held as follows :— As to Oa. 3r. 35p. under a lease for the residue of a term of 99 years from 2nd May, 1853, without any rent being payable. As to Oil. lr. 34p., under a lease for the residue of a term of 92 years, from 25th December, 1866, at the annual reserved rent of £30, As to la. Or. 24p., under lease for a term of 99 years from 25th December, 1872, at the annual reserved rent of £ 43. Sale to commence at Three o'clock. Further particulars and catalogues of the plant and machinery may be had of Mr Rees, at his Auction and Steam Printing Offices, Neath; or of Mr Richard J. Thomas, Solicitor. Neath. 3021 Knitting ø'úfus. FOUNDED 1867—GOVERNED BY ACT OF PARLIAMENT. GLAMORGAN BUILDING SOCIETY. OFFICES:—15, QUEEN-STREET, CARDIFF. SPECIAL FACILITIES afforded to Borrowers who live in their own dwellings. EASY REPAYMENTS-No RISKS—NO REDEMPTION FEES-Low LAW CHARGED—RESERVE FUND invested in CONSOLS—SHARES issued DAILY—DEPOSITS of B5 and upwards.—Full particulars apply at the Offices, which are open daily. 1119 T. A. PAVIES, Secretary. RPHE MONMOUTHSHIRE & SOUTH X WALES PERMANENT BENEFIT BUILDING SOCIETY. H. J. PARNALL, ESQ., J.P., CHAIRMAN. RESERVE AND CONTINGENT FUNDS, 1888, £ 6,984 12s Od. ADVANCES made on Freehold or Leasehold Pro. perty, repayable by instalments, with privilege of paying any sum in excess of instalments. INVESTING SHARES, interest at 5 per cent. yearly and Bonus Triennially. DEPOSIT SHARES ofE-I;o or ha.lf shares of 1.20 receive 5 per cent. interest, payable half-yearly. and Bonus triennially. DEPOSITS at short notice •eceived at any time, rresent rate of interest, 44 per cent., payable half-yearly. Apply f0r Balance Sheet and Prospectuses to the Secretary F. J. HEYBYRNE, 1737 173, Commercial-street, Newport. SOUTH WALES MERCANTILE SOUTH WALES MERCANTILE 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 BUILDING SOCIETY. — Offices, Glebeland House, Merthyr Tydfil.—Established 1872. incorporated 1874.—Liberal Advances ( £ 100 to £ 10,000).—Easy Re- payments in 3 to 17 years. Favourable Redomption Terms—Utmost Secrecy—Loans ou Buildings in pro- gress—No Management Charges. DISTRICT AGENTS: Ccrditl and Penarth, Mr J. Holloway, 12, Queen's Chambers. Cardiff; Cadoxton and Barry, Mr Lewis Lewis, Quarrella-sireet, Cadox- ton; JLbertillenry 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, R.S.0; Tredegar and Ebbw Val*, Mr J. D. Thomas, Aeron Villa, Rhymney. 1058 Mr PETER WILLIAMS, Secretary. JjJLEOTRlC LIGHTING! J. C. HOWELL, ELECTRIC LIGHT ENGINEER* LLANELLY. Contractor for the Supply and Fitttn"p, of ELECTRIC LIGHT APPARATUS OF BVERY DESCRIPTION. Sole Agent for South Wales for CROMPTON & CO., LIM. LONDON AND: CHELMSFORD. Incandescent and Arc Light Installations for Collieries, Factories, Ships, Houses, &c. ESTIMATES ON APPLICATION. Contracts taken for Transmission of Power to II t Distance. Taimmmg.BLECTIUC," LLANELLY. 1169 ARDly.p, ADVERTISILN(J. BIJAL. V7 POSTING, AND CIRCULAR DISTRIBUTING COMPANY (LIMITED). OFFICES CASTLE CHAMBERS, 21, CASTLE-ST CARDIFF. SECRETARY FRANK H. SIMPSON. best PermanbD5 Posting Stations in Cardiff ana Neighbourhood Contractors for all descriptions Auveririfcing Circular Distnbuting dia, W AJJ'oniciaproBWtiy atteaAccrlt 10C4 public jtotias. OATH-ROAD WESLFYAN CHAPEL. -Rev W. H DALLINGER, LL.D., F.R.S., will PREACH in the above Chapel THIS EVENING, in aid of the Trust Funds. Service at 7.30. E,2 COLONIAL HALL. TO-NIGHT, at N-J 7.30, the Rev W. FRITH will lecture on the ROMISH TENETS of FATHER IGNATIUS. Ad. mission free. Collection for the London Monthly Tract Society. 86 FEDERATION BAZAAR PRIZE DRAWING. The following are the Winning Numbers :—1st prize, 5t>7 2nd, 1,372 3rd, 1,893 4th, 1109 5th, 4,762 6th, 2,962. 3224 213 J> OYAL ACADEMY OF MUSIC. LOCAL EXAMINATIONS, 1889. SWANSEA AND SOUTH WALES CENTRE. CANDIDATES must SEND their NAMES, with particulars (and fee of one guinea), on printed forms, to be had of the Local Representative, ON OR BEFORE SATURDAY, DECEMBER 8th, at TWO O'CLOCK, to W. B. BROAD, Local Representative. Longlands House, Swansea /CARDIFF AND DISTRICT BAND OF Vy HOPE UNION. THE ANNUAL FESTIVAL AND PUBLIC MEETING, at THE PARK HALL, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 28th, 188a CHOIR, 300 VOICES. Conductor-Mr F. W. NOOTE. Organbt-Miss L HOOPER, Pianist-Miss B. JONES. ADDRESSES by CHARLE s WAKELY, Esq. (Secre- tary United Kingdom Band of Hope Union)'; Revs J. H. BUCKLEY, Vicar of Llandaff A.TILLY, G. HAR- GREAVES, ahd G. HACK. Chairman, JOHN CORY, Esq., J.P. Doors open at 6.30 to commence at 7 o'clock. Ticket-Balcony, Is. body of hall, 6d.; children, 3d. NOTICE 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 LLOYD'S SURVEYOR AT NEWPORT, MON. Mr GEORGE KENDALL HAVING RESIGNED the Position of Surveyor to Lloyd's at Newport, and decided to embark in the Engineering and Ship Re- pairing Business at Liverpool many of his friends are desirous of PRESENTING HIM WITH A TESTI. MONIAL in acknowledgment of his valuable services, and to show the estimation in which he has been held during his residence in the town. A Committee has been formed to carry out this object, and invites the co-operation of Mr Kendall's many friends in other shipping ports. Subscriptions may be sent to the Treasurer, R. J. C. SIMPKINS, Esq., Manager Bristol and West of England Bank, or to the Hon. Secretary, Mr E. PARSONS, 8, Gordon-street, Maindee, 3166 Newport, Moil. REAT WESTERN RAILWAY. QREAT WESTERN RAILWAY. FAST EXPRESS TRAINS are RUN DAILY (Sun- days excepted) via the SHREWSBURY and HERE- FORD LINE, between CARDIFF and LIVERPOOL, MANCHESTER, BIRKENHEAD, CHESTER, CAR- LISLE, GLASGOW, EDINBURGH, and the NORTH OF ENGLAND and SCOTLAND generally, leaving CARDIFF at 9 25 a.m., .3.55 and 7.15 p.m. By trains connecting with this Service to and from LLANELI-Y, SWANSEA, NEATH, BRIDGEND, and other stations, the time occupied between SOUTH WALES and the NORTH is MATERIALLY RE. DUCED. THROUGH CARRIAGES AND SLEEPING SALOONS are run from CARDIFF, and THROUGH FARES are in operation between all principal stations. For Train Service see time books and bills. 2873 HY. LAMBERT, General Manager. 1trgal otius. rpHE BANKRUPTCY ACT, 1883. IN BANKRUPTCY. BE HENRY CORKER, residing at Ynismaerdy, Briton Ferry, in the County of Glamorgan, Butcher. Neath-No. 20 of 1888. SUMMARY CASE. Receiving order ujade-November 21st. 1888. Date ot order for summary administration—November 24th, 1888. Date of adjudication-November 21st, 1888. Date and place of first meeting—December Sth, 1888, at 12 noon, at the Castle Hotel, Neath. Date of public examinatiozi-Deceniber 18th, 1888, at 10.30 a.m., at the Town-hall, Neath. WM. ROSSER. Official Receiver. Dated this 26th day of November, 1888. Addrew—6, Rutland-street, Swansea. Insurance. HE WHITTINGTON LIFE JL ASSURANCE COMPANY, 58, MOORGATB-STREET, LONDON, E.C. All kinds of Life Assurance business transacted. Loans granted on Reversions, and on Personal and other security in connection with Life Assurance. Premiums may be paid Yearly, Half-Yearly, Quarterly, or Monthly. ALFRED T. BOWSER, Manager, 1152 Agents Wanted. UNION ASSURANCE SOCIETY. Established in the reign of Queen Anne, A.D. 1714. Chief Office 81, Cornhill, London. Invested Funds exceed £ 2,000,000. Annual income exceeds £295.000, FIRE Insurances effected on nearly all descriptions of risks. LIFE Bonus, Bl 16s per cent. perannum; low premiums. Prospectuses, Agencies, and all information at the Branch Office BANK CHAMBERS, BALDWIN- STREET. BRISTOL. 1269 ARTHUR H. LAMONT, Local Secretary. UNDEE SHIPPING INSURANCE ASSOCIATION, 46, CASTLE-STREET. (ESTABLISHED 1857.) The ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING of this Association will be held on WEDNESDAY, 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 past 10 years has been about 8 per cent., but there is no extra pre- miums charged, and vessels are never deciared off risk, although in dangerous waters. DUNDRE SHIPPING FREIGHT INSURANCE ASSOCIATION. The rates of this Association have been exceptionaliy favourable, there having been returns (on ordinary premiums) made for eight out of the 12 preceding years amounting in all to:219 3s 6d per cent. The highest lines entered are S500 on ship, Mtd B200 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. 3216 -¡ Jntanrial. STOCKS AND SHARES.-Large profits o made safely and quickly by investing 10 and upwards under a thoroughly reliable system tested successfully for seven years. Full details and Ex- planatory book (eighth edition) sent post free.—Address George Evans and Co., Stockbrokers, 24, Queen Victoria-street, London, E.C. 13466 2134 gTOCK EXCHANGE POOLS. H. B. SMITH, 110, CANNON-ST., LONDON. B.C., FORMS POOLS EACH WEEK for dealing in Stock Exchange Securities. 692 PIWPLR have just received PROFITS ranging from 40 to 44 per cent. in THREE POOLS only. For full particulars, post free, apply to 1041 H. B. SMITH, 13b33] 110. CANNON-ST., LONDON, E.C. [2887 SEVEN PER CENT. REGISTERED FIRST MORTGAGES.—PERSONALLY NEGO. TIATED BY PIERCE, WRIGHT, & CO. -IRINCIPAL AND INTEREST GUARANTEED. These Mortgages are Registered First charges on Freehold Farms in the United States. The principal 4d half-yearly interest will be paid in E'ssterling when due.—For further information apply to Messrs PIERCE, WRIGHT, & CO., 54, 01-i Broad-street, London, E.C. Offices in United States Yankton, Dakota, and Grand Island, Nebraska. 3095 AL WONDERFUL MEDICINE. BEECHAM'S PILLS Are universally admitted to bo worth a GUINEA a BOX for bilious and nervous disorders,such as wind and pain in the stomach, sick headache. giddiness, fullness and swelling after meals, dizziness and drowsiness, cold chills, flushings of heat, loss of appetite, shortness of breath, costiveness, scurvy, and blotches on the skin, disturbed i, leep, frightful dreams, and all nervous and trembling sensations, Ac. The first dose will give relief in twenty minutes. Every sufferer is earnestly invited to try one box of these Pills, and they will be acknowledged to be WORTH A GUINEA A BOX. For Females of all ages these Pills are invaluable, as a few doses of them carry off all humours, and brinn; about all that is required. No female should be with- out them. There is no medicine to be found equal to Beecham's Pills for removing any obstruction or irregu- larity of the system. If taken according to the direc- tions given with each box, they will soon restore females of all ages to sound and robusr health. This has been proved by thousands who have tried them, and found the benefits which are ensured by their use. For a week stomach, impaired digestion, and all disorders of the Liver, they act like W GIC, and a few doses will be found to work wonders upon the most important organs in the human machine. They strengthen the whole museniarsystemrestore the long- lost complexion, bring back the keen edge uf 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 all classes of society, and one of the best guarantees to the Nervous and Debilitated is Beer jam's Pills have the largest sale of any patent medicine in the world. Prepared only, and Sold Wholesale and Retail, by the Proprietor, THOMAS BEECHAM, St Helen's, Lancashire, in Boxes Is lid and 2s 9d each. Sold by aU Druggists and Patent Medicine Dealers everywhere. N.B.—Full directions are given with each box. 11311 IMPORTANT. -One Box or theLX-L. Pills are guaranteed to cure all private cases and compli- cations of the urinary organs, whether acquired or otherwise. Also Gravel and Pains in the Back Sent nost free for 4s by Proprietor, G. D. Horton, M.P.S (from. b» General Hospital), As ton-road, Birmingham. Agents (Im-diff-A- Hactn, Chemist, 39, Bridge-st. Merthyr—Wills, Chemist, Pontmori.s and Georgetown. Swansea—Lloyd Chemist, Oxford-street Newport—Young, fihemnw^ High-street. N.B.—Have ■evotjwoB fewpscaainU iirttariitaiwfWBilfrqe. Wit 1 (ItatttiJ Connctl (Bleitiffns GLAMORGAN COUNTY COUNCIL. TO THE ELECTOHS OF THE LLANTWIT FARDRE, LLANFABON, AND LLANWONNO RURAIt WARD. LADIES AND GENTLEMAN, Having been selected as the Liberal candidate to represent the above ward, I beg to offer you my services, and respectfully solicit your support. I have for years past had considerable experience in the management of public affairs as a member of the Board of Guardians and Local Highway Boards. If elected, no efforts shall be spared on my part to serve your interests truly and faithfully according to the best of my ability. I am your obedient servant, E. EDWARDS. Penlan House, Llanfabon. 3220 GLAMORGANSHIRE COUNTY G COUNCIL. TO THE ELECTORS OF THE ELECTORAL DIVISION COMPRISING THE HAMLETS OF CAEGURWEN, MAWR, AND BLAENEGEL. LADIES AND GENTLEMEN,— I seek the honour of representing you in the Council which will be elected in the month of January next. As 1 purpose, in the meantime, delivering public addresses, in various parts of the Division, on the subject of the Local Government Act and on questions pertaining thereto, I need not herein enter upon detail. If you elect me. I would do my utmost to merit your confidence. I am, Your faithful servant, E. HALL HEDLEY. Alltycham (Hamlet of Mawr), Nov., 1888. 3219 c 0 U N T Y C 0 U N 0 LADIES AND GENTLEMEN,— Having been selected at a Public Meeting representing the Workmen and Tradesmen of the Ferndale Electoral Division in the County Council, I have much pleasure in offering myself as your Candidate, and if elected I will endeavour to carry out the duties devolving upon me efficiently and economically. 3086 Yours faithfully, F. L. DAVIS. GLAMORGANSHIRE COUNTY \3T COUNCIL. TO THE COUNTY ELECTORS OF THE RESOLVEN DIVISION. LADIES AND GENTLEMEN,— In January next you will be called upon to elect a member for our district on the County Council. Although I had no intention a few weeks ago to offer my services, but having been unanimously adopted by the different Liberal Associations of the district, it gives me very great pleasure to come forward as a candidate. Having lived in this Division for very many years, my views on public questions are pretty well known, and are in sympathy, with those held by a large majority of the electors. I reepectfully solicit your votes, and, if elected, al matters affecting different interests concerning rate. payers in the division, and especially so those affecting the working classes, shall have my best attention. lam, Your obedient servant, EDWARD PLUMMER. Glyneorrwg. November 22nd, 1888. 3180 QLAMORGAN COUNTY COUNCIL. TO THE ELECTORS OF THE SOUTH AND EAST WARDS OF THE MOUNTAIN ASH LOCAL BOARD DIVISION. LADIES AND GENTLEMEN. In response to the invitation of an intuential and representative deputation of the Electors, and in conformity with the resolution of a public meeting confirming that invitation, I have much pleasure in coming forward as a candidate for the honour of representing you on the County Council. My long residence in the district, which has made me familiar with all its requirements, my experience on the various boards, such as the Local Board of Health, School Board, Board of Guardians, and High- way Board, which has gained for me a thorough know- ledv., of all the details of Local Government, and my as agent, with 3tesors Nixon's Navigation Company (Limited), who are the largest ratepayers in the district, will, I trust, be considered a sufficient qualification for the office. if you will do me the honour of returning me as your representative, it shall always be my sole aim and pleasure to watch and to promote your interests to the best of my ability. I remain, Ladies and Gentlemen, Your obedient f-fervant, C. J. M. GRAY. Troedyrhiw Forest, Mountain Ash, 3168 November 19th, 1888. 204 GLAMORGANSHIRE COUNTY COUN- JT CIL ELECTION, To the ELECTORS of the ELECTORAL DIVISION known as the WEST WARD of the MOUNTAIN ASH LOCAL BOARD DISTRICT. LADIES AND GENTLEMEN,— I beg to offer myself as a candidate to repre. sent you on the County Council of Glamorganshire. The transfer of power to the County Council, a body popularly elected, will doubtless add fresh strength and life to the principle of self-government, which has educated the inhabitants of the British Isles to the practice of ordered freedom, and the wise exercise of political power. In order that the new Act may be turned to the best account, it will be advisable to introduce some fresh blood, but at the same time it im mot important to retain a sufficient number of those who have been conversant with the affairs of the County. I have had twelve years' experience of the manage- ment of County business, and have served on some of the most important committees. Should you do me the honour of electing me as your Representative, I feel confident that, with the experience thus acquired, I shall be able to do justice to your choice. Yours faithfully, HENRY C. BRUCE. Ynisygerwn, Neatb, Nov. 19th. 202 3162 /"IOUNTY COUNCIL FOR BRECK- \Y NOCKSHIRE. TO THE ELECTORS OF THE GELLY AND DYFFRYN DIVISION, IN THE PARISH OF VAYNOR. LADIES AND GENTLKMEN,— I have been invited by an influential body of ratepayers to stand for this division. In answer to their invitation I offer myself as a can. didate, and beg to assure you that if you do me the honour to eject me as your representative, I will do my utmost to see that the affaiis of the county are carried oat economically and efficiently. I am, Ladies and Gentlemen, Your obedient Servant, WALTER M. NORTH. Vaynor House. 3205 MONMOUTHSHIRE COUNTY COUNCIL. TO THE ELECTORS OF THE ROGERSTONE DIVISION. LADIES AND GENTLEMEN,— Having received an invitation from a con. siderable number of the ratepayers of the above division,I have pleasure in announcing myself a candi- date for the honour of representing you at the County Council shortly to be elected. Should your choice fall upon me, I shall fulfil the duties to the best of my ability, and shall endeavour to procure the administration of the Local Government. Act efficiently and with a due regard to economy. I have the honour to be Yours faithfully. EDWARD STEER. Castle Works, Tydu, Nov. 26th, 1888. 3215 public Appointments. pENTYRCH SCHOOL BOARD. The Board will, on the 2nd of April next, reqnire the services of a CERTIFICATED TEACHER at the PEN- TYRCH VILLAGE (mixed) SCHOOL Average attend- ance, 120 Salary S65 and half the grant, less 21-3. A good residence provided. Applications (on forms which will be forwarded by the undersigned on receipt of stamped addressed fools- cap envelope) must be sent in not later that. the 4th December next to R. Y. EVANS, Guildhall Chambers, St. Mary-street, Cardiff, 2929. Clerk to the Board, i ASK Torn GROCER FOR GRACE, cams, & ceo'S SBLB-RAISINO FLOUR. 188 3108 TNV ALID MEN WHO ARE NERVOUS JL AND DEPRESSED, without joy for the present or hope for the future, and whose past is a regret, should send 3 stamps for the MAGIC MIRROR, and address. The SBCKSTABY, fclUalfctt-r auare, Sheffield (SATFTKMWDLNO). WU-417* urtfrgar rtultural ;$1Jlu. LORD TREDEGAR'S SHOW, NOVEMBER 27TH & 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 of WATERPROOF COVERS, HORSE LOIN CLOTHS, LEATHER BELTING, SAW BENCHES. THE LARGEST STOCK OF NEW AND SECOND- HAND MACHINERY OF EVERV DESCRIPTION IN THE KINGDOM. Patronised by her Majesty the Queen. H.R.H. the Prince of Wales, and the Nobility and Gentry of the Kingdom. AWARDED OVER 70 PRIZES BY VARIOUS SOCIETIES. Sole Proprietor and Publisher of Phillips's Machinery Register," the best medium for the sale or purchase of machinery of all kinds. ADDRESS QHARLES D. pHILLIPS, EMLYN ENGINEERING WORKS AND FARMERS' GENERAL SUPPLY STORES, yKWPOBT, MON. 3203 ORD TREDEGAR'S SHOW, NOVEMBER 27TH & 28TH. THE JJRISTOL WAGON WORKS COMPANY Will Exhibit at the above Show a Large and Varied Collection of CA HTS, v ANS, WAGONS, ETC., Suitable for every purpose. JJOG CARTS, pHAETONS, AND OTHER CARRIAGES of the Best Designs. Material, and Workmanship on the Stand occupied by their Sole Agent, CJBARLUS D. PHILLIPS, FARMERS' SUPPLY STORES, NEWPORT, MON. INSPECTION SPECIALLY INVITED. 3204 GEàtUatiøn. CARDIFF. REMOVAL 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 AIR D. MENDELSSOHN PARRY desire to make known to the musical public that in virtue of their removal to Cardiff, they will receive all private pupils in future at BEETHOVEN CHAMBERS. 2. NEWPORT-ROAD CARDIFF (Just oppositt Otte College), And at their private residence, CARTRKF, 23, PLYMOUTH-ROAD, PENARTH. SUBJECTS TAUGHT will be SINGING. COM- POSITION, PIANOFORTK, and the ORGAN. Prospectus, containing full particulars, may be had on application to Dr. Joseph Parrv, Cartref, 23, Plymouth-road, Pehartb. 1134-1322b DRAWING ROOM DANCING, SPANISH, SWEDISH, AND PHYSICAL EXERCISES. MADAME GAULTIER & DAUGHTERS (of Cheltenham). CLASSES will be RESUMED at PARK-HALL (Crush Room), CARDIFF, October 9th. Private lessons by appointment. 2308 COWBRIDGE. THE GREAT HOUSE SCHOOL. PRINCIPALS Mrs and the Misses CULVER WELL (Associates in Arts). The next term will begin TUESDAY, September 16th. Pupils prepared for Oxford and Cambridge, Locals, College of Preceptors, Royal Academy of Music, and Trinity College. Tuition by correspondence in Harmony aud Counterpoint (Miss A. E. Culverwell, A. Mus.) Private lessons and classes for Oil Painting, Water Colours, &c., 2s 6d per lesson. Violin lessons by Professor E. T. Roberts (Cardiit), 2 guineas per term. Examination successes and^jrospectus of school on application to the principals. SWANSEA. DANCING, CALISTHENICS, SPANISH, and PHYSICAL EXERCISES, Gedney House, St. Helen's-road, Swansea. Miss CRAVEN (pupil of MODS. Faucher, and for many years teaching with M. d'Egville) will RESUME her CLASSES in OCTOBER, at her Resi- dence as usual. She returns from London in Septem- ber to make arrangements with Schools, &c. Classes also held at Neath, Llanelly, and the Mumbles. Private Lessons in the Nllw Valse and all Fashionable Dances. Minuet Gavotte, Scotch Reels, <fcc., also taught. Physical training specially adapted for deli- cate children, and great attention given to the carriage of pupUs. Evening Practice Class for Dancing. 1970 NEATI:I. "VTEATBL —PROPRIETARY SCHOOL. J3I Higher Education.—Application for terms, Ac., to Archdeacon of Llandaff, or Headmaster. Neath. 1118 MAESYGWILMEK. THE SOUTH WALES SCHOOL FOR GIRLS, SUMMEBFIELD HALL, MAESYCWMMER, CARDIFF. PRINCIPAL—Mrs NICHOLLS, F.E.I.S., F.S.Sc. Gold and Silver Medallist. (Under distinguished patronage, and in union with Trinity College, Loudon, and ttie Society of Scicnce, Arts, and Letters, London). The last three years 600 certificateq, over 400 dis- tinctions, and 350 special certificates have been gained irom Trinity College, Royal Academy. College of Pre- cepton., Science and Art (London), and the Universities of Oxford, Cambridge, and Edinburgh also prizes from Trinity College and Science and Art (London). A bronze medal from the International Exhibitiun (Science and Art) for painting, and 48 certificates of merit for drawing, painting (oil and water colour), and various kinds of needlework. The girls have passed in as many as 12 subjects, in- cluding German, French, mathematics, drawing, paint- ing, music, book-keeping, geometry, perspective. Botany, Acoustics, literature, and everything useful. The Examiners ilondoii) said:—"The work done by this schooMs exceedingly good aud creditable to the Principal. "Arithmetic excellent," "Scripture Excellent." glod per annum is given in ScholarsLups, and SloO to £ 180 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 guineas. Day pupils, one guinea. A school to meet the times, good, cheap, and comfort able.Vide Press. 13527 2668 LLANDOVERY. LLAN D OVE COLLEGE. fhe LIST of HONOURS for the last school yea Includes minor mathematical exhibition of the Uni. versity of Oxford, six scholarships and exhibitions at Oxford and Cambridge (three of them open), 800 passes in London matriculatiou, 16 higher certificates, ist seven distinctions, 13 lower certificates, and 28 first- classes in the Oxford and Cambridge Schools' Exami- I nation. Among honours won by pupils of the school at Oxford and Cambridge since 1874 are one fellowship, 41 scholarships and exhibitions (21 of them open), two wranglerships (5th and 22nd), and six first-classes in honours. Four Boarding Houses, Sanatorium, Laboratory, Modern Side Gymnasium. Three Fives' Courts, Cricket and Football Fields. Ten Graduates of Oxford and Cambridge on the Staff. SCHOLARSHIPS of the TOTAL VALUE of £ 500 a YEAR tenable at the School. Boys entering this term eligible for scholarships in January. No religious restrictions. Fees moderate and inclu- give. For full particulars aoply to the Be* J- OWEN, M.A. (Warden), 1968 The College, Llandovery. ABERYSTWITH. A RDWYN SCHOOL, ABERYSTWYTH. LONDON UNIVERSITY MATRICULATION EXAMINATION. Success, June, 1888 One Honours, Five First Division, One Second Division. Over 25 boys have passed the Matriculation from this School. For particulars and terms apply to Rev Uewelyn Edwards, M.A. 718 JGILL-POSTING AT NEWPORT,-MON. J. DE REES, ISO COMMERCIAL-ROAD, NEWPORT BILL-POSTBB and DELIVERER for TOW?? and COUNTRY Rents all the principal Hoardings in ( BILL-POSTBB and DELIVERER for TOWH and COUNTRY Rents all the principal Hoardings in ( Newpw to ?*ariu«Ka»t r-wftfc<ioqg^b lGOl ;1nbfu: .1.mnsenunts. CARDIFF. GRAND THEATRE AND OPERA HOUSE, WESTGATE-STREET, CARDIFF. LESSEES Messrs E. & W. JOHN. ACTING AND BUSINESS MANAGER. Mr JOHN MAY. ASSISTANT MANAGER. Mr HENRY CAIRNCROSS. TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 27th, 1888, And daring the Week, Special Engagement of Mr H ARRY INIONKHOUSE, With his own Original Company, as played by them in London, assisted by Miss MAUDE BRANSCOMBE, the Charming and Popular Sounrette, and the AMERI- CAN SISTERS, in their great Specialities in Songs and Dances. TO-NIGHT, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 27th, 1888, And during the Week, L A R K 8, 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. CAERLEON. THE L LANGIBBY & FJTREDEGAR JJUNT GTEEPLECHASES WILL TAKE PLAOR, 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 I.YM E. FIRST RACE, 12.30 P.M. Admission to the ground, ód Carriages, 3s each; Pair of Horses, bs each occupant, 6d, servants ex: cepted. Any other carriage, 10s. JAMES ROWE, ) u u 3032 H. D. YORATH JHon- l. 1 ASK YOUR GROCER FOR THE NATIOAL JgAKERY CO.'S Each Cake bears the /*D, The Best Value Company's Name. obtainable. C A K B S. ZECNAIRE MADEIRA CAKEg ZECNAIRE GENOA CAKE 2JECNAIRE RICH FRUIT CAKE ZECNAIRE SULTANA CAKES ZECNAtRE SICILY CAKES ZECNAIRE LIGHT FRUIT CAKES ZECNAIRE COKERNUT CAKES 2JECNAIRE DUNDEE CAKES 2^ECNAIRE MORELLA CAKES 2 ECNAIRE CURRANT OAKES 2JECNAIRE BALMORAL CAKES ZECNAIRE FRUIT CAKES ZECNAIRE SEED CAKES ZECNAIRE DOVER CAKES ZECNAlRE CITRON CAKEg 2 ECNAIRE ALMOND CAKES CRYSTALLIZED DESSERT BISCUITS. RICH SCOTCH SHORTBREAD. FANCY SPONGE CAKES. HIGH-CLASS CONFECTIONERY. May be had of &U Grocers in 3100 182 England, Scotland, and Wales, i I JGEFORE "YY INTER Sets in, with its fog, hail, snow, and i :e, see and secure the remarkably good PRICE value in CLOTHING and OVERCOATS AND for Men and Boys now being offered by SONS. W. PRICE and SONS T14B CAItDIFF GENTLEMEN can obtain the newest TTnTTeu1 patterns, the best workmanship, the most reliable materials, in SUITS and OVER- COATINGS, in Cheviot and Saxony Tweeds, Melton*, Friezes, &c every style, shade, shape, and price alike thoroughly reliable. PARENTS will find that in no PRICE other provincial Establishment is the AND requirements for BOYS' CLOTHING so carefully studied and provided than at THE W" PRICE and" SONS. CARDIFF All the smartest and newest wear- HOUSE, resisting Suits are now on view, and the CARDIFF. first arrivals of the NEW SEASON'S STOCK of OVERCOATS is being displayed. 111 1007 E X H I BIT ION. JpIANOS AND 0 RGANS, The EXHIBITION BEING CLOSED, IL J. HEATH & SONS are SELLING If their Ware- bouse, bl, Queen-street, Cardiff, at a great re- duction, the INSTRUMENTS THAT HAVE BEEN RETURNED, R, J, HEATBr AND SONS THE CHEAP JpiANOFORTE & ORGAN jyj ERCHANTS, CARDIFF. 9431 1066-5 SJ TiJf F'S SlAKOii. sola in it). I-icou-u tsoxe. tV Sold in 61b Packets. gTIFF'S STARCH. QTIFF'S STARCH. MosTEMnem" IO For Collars TIFF'S STARCH. For Wristbands. o For Shirt Fronts STIFF'S STARCH. For cS"*8 ^-5 For Cuffs. ^-5 For Guits. STIFF'S STARCH. Fo. lace. For Linen. OTIFT-S STARCH. JSgSSi yTIFF'S STARCH. IStosurSmmi. K-5 Note the Caution Label K-5 Note the Caution Label U'flfFS STARCH. Observe the Trade Mark Sold by Grocers. CjMFFS STARCH. K-' Wholfinair OTIFFS STARCH. STIFF CO.. TSfilF. 23QQ UKDCLIFF-s'1, I'.l! 1v L THF CARDIFF AND SOUTH WALES MANURE COMPANY, LIMITED.—WAUN TREODA WORKS, LLANDAFF.—The above Com pany, having purchased the businesses of Messrs Gash I and Sons at Cardiff and Treforeet, and of Mr Gibbs at Merthyr are prepared to remove live and dead horses, &c., within a radius of 12 miles of either of the places named. Telegrams and orders. promptly attended to. I Full ylae given. The only licensed slaughterers in the districts. 3007 -ØlB.i&. Mjuu««. fjnbiic 3Umrsements. CARD -I i i i.- RP H E A"TMT E ROYAL. LEssEE AND MANAGRIL- Mr EDWARD FLETCHER ACTING MANAGER •- • MT JOHN SHKRTOAN ENTHUSIASTIC RECEPTION of the GREAT TRAGEDIAN, EDMUND TEARLE. Supported by Miss KATE Cl.INTON and Celebrated Legitimate Com pany. lO-NIGHT, TUESDAY, November 27th. SHAKESPEARE'S GREAT TRAGEDY, ACBETH. MACBETH EDMUND TEARLE. WEDNESDAY (Benefitof MrEDWAlID FLETCHER) RICHELIEU. THURSDAY HAMLET. FRIDAY (Benefit of Mr Edmund Teirle), JULIUS CiESAR. SATURDAY.RICHARD III. MONDAY Next, Dec. 3, the Famous American Drama, THE STILL ALARM. Open 7. Commence 7.30 Half-price 9. Box Plan at Thompson <fc Khackell's, Limited. rpHEATRE ROYAL, CARDIFF. ANNUAL BENEFIT OF MR EDWARD FLETCHER. t# All the world's a stage, And all the men and women merely players.* SPECIAL MASONIC PATRONAGE. WEDNESDAY, NOV. 28TH, ICHELIEU. CARDINAL RICHELIEU EDWARD FLETCHER. BARADAS (on this occasion) EDMUND TEARLE. FRANCOIS MISS KATE CLINTON. JULIE DE MORTEMAR (for this night only) Miss N. FLETCHER. By kind permission of Messrs Wvnn Millar and J. F. Elliston. GRAND SELECTION BY THE CARDIFF POLICE BAND. 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. c GLORIOUS AND TRIUMPHANT SUCCESS OF JYJESSRS L IVERMOREB ROS,' INCOMPARABLE c OURT M INSTRELS. THE NEW PROGRAMME RECEIVED LAST NIGHT WITH UNBOUNDED ENTHUSIASM. T0 IV I G H T POSITIVELY THE LAST NIGHT. Doors open at 7 15 commence at 8. Prices of admission :—Balcony, 2s Front Seats, Is 6d; Body of Hall, Is Back Seats, 6d. Plan of Hall and Seats Reserved at Messrs Thomp- eon and ^backell s Music Warehouse. 3128 197 JMPORTANT NOTICE. THE WORLD.FAMRD MOORE AND JJURGESS m INSTRELS, OF ST. JAMES'S HALL, LONDON, with the whole of their Company UPWARDS OF FORTY PERFORMERS, WILL APPEAR AT THE PARK HALL, CARDIFF, NEXT MONDAY, JQECEMBER 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 Reserved Seats can be secured through the Post, provided a P.O.O. for the amount of tickets required, together with a Stamped and Directed Envelope, is sent to Mr Lewis, Bookseller, Duke-street, Cardiff. 213 3211 THE OFFICE FOR THE G ALE OF rjlICKETS For the forthcoming visit of the JYJOORE AND GURGESS MINSTRELS TO CARDIFF, NEXT WEE K, IWILL BE OPENED rp H I S DAY AT 10 A.M., AT MR LEWIS'S, BOOKSELLER, DUKE. STREET. FOR PRICES OF ADMISSION SHE OTHER 214 ADVERTISEMENT. 3212 DINNERS, 7D.—BRISTOL.—WOOD'S, 21 and 22. Broaamead. Plain Tea, 3d; or Breakfast, Meat and Bread, .j.L Good Beds, Is and Is od. 1258 ASK YOUR Gitoem FOR GRACB. CHATE, A CO. s BAKINS POWDER 190 3106 G. A. STONE & CO., COMPLETE FUN RRAL FURNISHERS EVERY REQUISITE FOR FUNERALS OF ALL CLASSES. Proprietors of Cars, Hearses, Shellibiers, superb Flemish Horses, Coaches, Broug hams, ana every necesiary equipment for Funerals. PRICE LIST ON APPLICATION. ———— 1108 10, 11, 12, WORKING STREET, CARDIFF. gARTLETT AND SON, 2 AND 3, WELSH BACK, BRISTOL. GROCERS and PROVISION DEALERS' SCALES, MILLS, and WEIGHING MACHINES, WOOD FITTINGS. SHOP FRONTS, COUNTERS, and TRADE REQUISITES. Repairs of all kinds. BRANCH DEPOT BARTLETT and SON, 2893 Mill Lane, Cardiff. "1 pa'd to any person who, AW by using GOLDMANN'S TOOTH WATER, is again troubled with toothache.-S. Goldmann and Co., Dresden. To.be obtained genuin<- from Mr J. MUNDAY, CHEMIST, 1, HifJa-street, Cardiff. VertoXUf, lata; bs poet. Is 8d. 40-1178 7insiness 1-ftftrgssgB. JMPORTANT N OT I OF. JJOWELL AND QOMPANt WILL OFFER FOR SALE ON rjlHURSDAY NEXT, NOVEMBER 29TH, 18€8, SEVERAL MOST DKSIRABLE LOTS BOUGHT FOR CASH DIRECT FROM THE MAKERS AT EXCEPTIONALLY LOW PRICES. LOT 1.—A big parcel of FASHIONABLE DRESS FABRICS, miitsiJe for 'lie present season, to be sold at 4ft! np to 121ti per yard, every line worth 2d to 4-d more. LOT 2.—Another special parcel of 42 *nd ♦♦ inch Plaid and Striped WOOLLEN DRESS GOODS, at a general reductiou of 4d to 9d per yard. LOT 3.—Two hundred and ninety pieces STRIPED SKIRTINGS, at Clearing Prices. p LUSHES AND ELVETS Are in great demand, and H. A Co. hold an Immense Slock, at. the lowest possible prices. NOTICE :— QN fJlHURSDAY, JJECEMBER 6 1288, the 0HRISTMAS gHOW or A N C Y 1 0 0 D F G WILL COMMENCE. gNLARGEMENT AND REBUILDING OF p R E M I S B S. H& Co, respectfully inform their Customers that all FURNISHING DRAPKRY GOODS, TABLE LINEN, and CUR- TAINS are REMOVED to" their NEW PREMISES m WHARTON STREET. ON THURSDAY NhXl', NOVEMBER 29th, 1888, H. & Co. will sell a parcel of EMBROIDERED TJNEN es at nearly ki&lf the (irigi uati cost. H. & Co. have also bought for Cash a PARCEL of TWO THOUSAND EIGHT HUNDRED PAIRS COLOURED CANVAS CUI:TAINS, which will be sold at fully Twenty-live per cent. under regular prices. In consequence of the Building Operations, H. & Co. are not now makiug a WINDOW DISPLAY OF MANTLES AND COSTUMKS their Stocks ar« larger, better value, and sold in perfect order, at most reasonable prices. COSTUMES, SKIRTS, WRAPS. s AND SHAWLS. MILLINERY, B ONNETS, HATS. CAPS, FLOWERS, & F EATHERS. LADIES' and CHILDREN'S UNDER- OliOTHilSG bought direct, aud sola at Wholesale Prices, not ordinary Retail Prices. ON THURSDAY, DECEMBER btb, 1888, H. &, Co. will make a large dt«pl»v o, FANCY AND CHRISTMAS GOODSf Hand CO. bold the Largest, the Be«t, and • Cheapest Stock of CARPETS, FLOOR- CLOTHS, LINOLEUM, CORTIOINE, HEARTH-RUGS, MATS, Ac., &c., in the Trade. QABINET JJEPARTMKNT Always contains the Newest Designs ia DRAWING, DINING, and BEDROOM FURNITURE ,,1 superior liinuotacture, and all Goods aie bought direct, from the makei n for Cash, Ilie prices will he fully 15 to 20 per uein. under ordinary houses. In this Depar;mnn'i. an Immense S:.ock of FANCY GOODS, ORNAMENTS, Ac.. &c., suitable for Christinas Presents, will be sold. QENTLEMEN'S HOSIERY AND jyjERCERY DEPAnTMENT Is the LARGEST in CARDIFF, and many well-kuowu makes of goods are sold fully 20 per cent. lesti than exclusive Hosiery Houses. Gentlemen who study economy should make themselves acquainted with this department. RIBBONS, H ABEliDASRERY, rpRIMMINGS, _FURS LACEI Q_LOVKS, &c. CLOTHING £ JLUBS, CIIAIUTABLB ISTITOTIONS. H. A C". have made very large purchaser of Blaukets, Flannels, Sheetiugn, (^nats. Counterpanes, Woollen Oioths, Calicoes, See., suitable for this Trade. gALE OF jgTANCY £ JHR1STMAS GOODS TO COMMENCE ON rpHURSDAY, D EC. 6n¡, 188a ii OWELI, AND COMPANY THE CARDIFF DRAPERS, CARDIFF. v