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dipping Botius. SS. iADNE, LONDON TO CARDIFF, February 5th. For Freight and Particulars, apply to ROBERT JOHNSTON AND CO., CARDIFF 2800 WATERFORD and CORK, and the v v whole of the SOUTH of IRELAND, per Fast Trains on the GREAT WESTERN RAILWAY, and powerful Steamships, via Miiford Haven. The Water- KT run daily. The Cork Steamers leave Hew Milford Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays, and return Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays. 3737 As&T i CARDIFF AND BORDEAUX /gfjffrPl j.'The CARDIFF STEAMSHIf •ttgSjSHHk COMPANY'S FIRST-CLASS SCREW STEAMERS will sail as follows :— pOKDOGNE Bordeaux for Cardiff Jan. 31 OIRONDE ..Cardiff for Bordeaux .Jan. 25 With roods and passengers. For Rates of freight, etc., apply to Messrs Jno. Whit- cam and Sons, Agents, 2, Rue Lafayette, Bordeaux; and at the Offices of the Company, ol, Mount stuart. Wjnare, Cardiff. 1071 8481 HOOPER, CAMPBELL A CO., Managers. AMERICAN LINE. UNITED STATES MAIL ■fflMBHSBLSTEAMERS. LIVERPOOL TO PHILA- DELPHIA EVERY WEDNESDAY. Pw-e-gers and goods landed at Philadelphia on the Wharf of the Pennsylvania Railroad. The shortest and Deft route to the West. e^?T further particulars apply to RICHARDSON, A CO., 19 and 22, Water-street, LiverpooL C. J. CCDtipr, Ca«tie • road, Cardiff JONKS BROS. and Co., Bute Docks, Cardiff, and at Dock- J,tr«et. Newport; S. J. DAVIES, 9, Edward-place TILNKY and Co., Abertillery; J. MORGAN, Post Office Pontypool J. THOMAS, Tredegar; W. *• H. AUSTIN, Neath-road, Landore: A. DAVIES, «, Meckan-street, Pontlottyn ELIZABETH DAVIS, 52, Pontmorlais, Merthyr AUSTIN A -.II.COOKS, Swansea JAMES RORERTS, South Wales Emigration Office, Pontypridd; A. H. THOMAS, Church-street, Blaina; and W. H. HITCHINQS, Agent, Aberkenflg. 1016 TNMAN LINE ROYAL MAIL STEAMERS. ^INTERNATIONAL STEAMSHIP Co.. LTD. IIVEKPOOL to NEW YORK every WEDNESDAY. Calling at Queenstown every Thursday. Apply to RICHARDSON, SPENCE, A CO., <<t Water-street, Liverpool; or to S. J. Davies, 9, ■Kaward's-place, Queen-st, Cardiff; T. C. Howe and Co., tsblp Brokers, Cardiff; C. J. Cudlipp, Castle-road, Cn1^' Wm- Edwards, Hill Side House, Caerphilly m jerkins, 17, Somerset-place. Swansea J. Mor- J4D', St. George-street. Swansea Austin A Sil- Swansea; T. H. Austin, Neath-road, Landore; i L. Boweu, Lawrence-street, Llanelly Josiah Davies, breat Western House, Llanelly H. Lewis, Old Market- reet, Neath; J. Roberts. Pontypridd. 3863 TICKETS for AMERICA, CANADA, AUSTRALIA. BUENOS AYRES. or the CAPE, byanJ Line, can be had of Mr S J, Davies, 9, Edward- place, near T.V.R Satiton, Cardiff. No other address. Authorised agent for P. and O. Co insurant*. "JJNION ASSURANCE SOCIETY. Established in the Reign of Queen Anne, A.D. 1714. CHIEF OFFICE 81, CORNHlLL, LONDON. Funds £ 2.070,000. Annual Income £ 300,000. I loo Insurances effected on all descriptions of risks. j> £ 1 16s per cent. per annum; Low Premiums, Prospectuses, and all information at the BRANCH OFFICE BANK CHAMBERS, BALDWIN. STREET, BRISTOL. ARTHUR H. LAMONT. Local Secretary. Applications for Agencies invited. 4093 ACCIDENTS ALL THE YEAR ROUND. PROVIDE AGAINST THEM BY POLICY OF THE RAILWAY PASSENGERS' ASSURANCE COMPANY, NoN. EVELYN ASHLEI. CHAIRMAN. Annual Income £ 248,000 Capital and Reserve Fund £ 275,000. COMPENSATION PAID FOR 126,000 ACCIDENTS x>2 500 000 MODERATE PRiFAVOURABLE CONDITIONS—NEW CONCESSIONS, Grand Hotel Buildings, W.C. HEAD OFFICE: 64, CORNHlLL, LONDON, E.C. „ WILLIAM J. VLAN, Secretary. Agents W. E. BRADSHAW, G. W. Railway Messrs TREGERTHEN DUNN A CO., Merchants' exchange, Cardiff. 95 13227 litnldittg ^oristus. FOUNDED 18ó7-GOVERNED BY ACT OF PARLIAMENT. GLAMORGAN BUILDING SOCIETY. OFFICES15, QUEEN-STREET, CARDIFF. SPECIAL FACILITIES afforded to Borrowers who live in their own dwellings. EASY REPAYMENTS-No RISKS—NO REDEMPTION w Li4>TM-CujjBaE.t—KESEaV £ Fuxd invested MiCoNSOifi—SHARES issued DAILY—DEPOSITS of £ 5 tod upwards.—Full particulars apply at the Offices, wnich are open daily. _U9 T. A. DAVIES, Secretary. THE MONMOUTHSHIRE & SOUTH JL WALES PERMANENT BENEFIT BUILDING SOCIETY. H. J. PARNALL, ESQ., J.P.. CHAIRMAN. r RESERVE AND CONTINGENT FUND, 1888, £6,984 12s Od. ADVANCES made on Freehold or Leasehold Pro. Perty, repayable bv instalineuts, with privilege of sum in excess oi instalments. INVESTING jjHAHEs interest at 5 per cent, yearly and Bonus •enniaUy. DEPOSIT SHARES of £ 50 or half shares of £ 2a receive 5 per cent, interest, payable half-yearly. and Bonus triennially. DKPOSITS at short notice le<:ei9ed at any time. Present rate of interest, 4 per cent., payable haJf-yearly. Apply for Balance Shaet and Prospectuses to the Secretary, F, 1737 173, Commercial-street, Newport. SOUTH WALES MERCANTILE BUILDING SOCIETY, Philharmonic Chambers, Cardiff.—The Directors are prepared to make Advances on Leasehold and Freehold Securities. Interest reduced half per cent. on Old and New Advances.— John Jen. kins, A.C.A.. Secretary. 1045 THE MERTHYR AND DOWLAIS BUILDING SOCIETY. — Offices, Glebeland House. MertbyrTydfll-Established 1872. Incorporated 1874.—Liberal Advances (£100 to £ 10,000).—Easy Re. payments in 3 to 17 years. Favourable Redemption ferms-Utmost Secrecy—Loans on Buildings in pro- gress—No Management Charges. DISTRICT AGENTS: CardilJ and Penarth, Mr J. Holloway, 12, Queen's Chambers. Cardiff; Caaoxton and, Barry, Mr Lewis Lewis, Quarrella-sireet, Cadox- ton; Abertillery 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 Rhtmdda, Mr H. Porcher, Pontypridd; Carmarthenshire, Mr Isaac Phillips, Burry Port, &0; Tredegar and Ebbw Vale, Mr J. D. Thomas, Aeron Villa, Rhymney. 1058 Mr PETER WILLIAMS, Secretary. C. JENKINS AND SON. ABERTHAW BLUE LIAS LIME. WORKS: BRIDGEND. Prices for Lump and Ground on Application. 3345 "FOR THE BLOOD IS THE LIFE." QLARKE'S ORLD-FAMED BLOOD MIXTURE. THE GREAT BLOOD J>URIFIER and RESTORER. tpOR CLEANSING and CLEARING the A1 BLOOD from ALL IMPURITIES, it cannot be too highly recommended. For Scrofula, Scurvy, Eczema, Skin and Blootl Diseases, and Sores < i all kinds it is a never-failing and permanent Cure. It Cures Old Sores. Cures Sores on the Neck. Cures Sore Legs. Cures Blackhead or Pimples on the Face Cures Scurvy. Cures Ulcers, Cures Blood and Skin Diseases. Cures Glandular Swellings. Clears the Blood from all Impure Matter, From whatever cause arising As this Mixture is pleasant to the taste, and war. .-allted free from anything injurious to the most delicate constitution of either sex, the Proprietors solicit Offerers to give it a trial to test its value. I suffered from rheumatic pains in my armife and legs for over five years. I also had a bruised shinbone, through which I could rest for only a few minutes at a tune. All sorts of remedies were applied, but none did any good for more than a few days. I was recom. landed to try Clarke's Blood Mixture, which I did, and on taking the first bottle I felt relief. I was told hat eleven bot,les would effect a perfect cure. I only i°°k nine bottles and a half, which cost me 2s 6d per "Ottle. It is now ten months since, and I have not felt the •east pain—in fact, I am perfect in uiy walk, and am in as good health as ever I was in my hfe. Moreover, I told two friends of mine who were laid Up with rheumatic pains of my cure, and they tried your Clarke's Blood Mixture. They are tailors by trade, and in seven days they were at work again, and they say it cannot be too highly praised.—Hopipg I am Hot intruding, I remain, yours siucerely, "G. HOWARTH, Sergeant, Depot Cheshire Regiment, Chester. Sold m bottles, 2s 9d and lis each. By all CHEM- ISTS and PATENT MEDICINE VENDORS through out the world, or sent for 33 or 132 stamps by the LINCOLN AND MIDLAND COUNTIES DRUG CO., Lincoln. TRADE MARK, "BLOOD MIXTURE." Ask for CLARKE'S BLOOD MIXTURE, and do not he persuaded to take an imitation. 1005 mK GREAT JilAJOD FURIKIJSJk npHOMPSON'S BURDOCK PILLS over- comeche worst forms of diseases, and the fouiesi Slate of theblood, stomach liver, and kidneys they go to. he core of every disease, wnere no other medicinws bave power to reach. The GREAT BLOOD PURIFIER cures the followin: cOll1piain¡¡ø :-Indil1:eion, or wind in the stomach 01 bowels giddiness in the oaad, dimness of sight weak or ioss of memory, palpitation of the heart, liver "Jd bilious obstructions, asthma, or tightness in the rheumatics, lumbago, piles, gravel, oains in the P*CK, scurvy, bad iecs bad breast, sore" throat, sore osadj and sores of all descriptions, burns, wounds, or JJOite swellings, scroiuia, or king's evil, gathering-; or cancers, pimpies or blotches on the face auii swelled feet or lege, scaos and itcn, erysipeia ,n<iic«, ana dropsy, ana fevers of all kinds Chffboxes at lid and 2s 9d each, sold by most or from the Burdotfc PiU Manufactory, a 4 "U"¡, Swansea" 1004 ^ales bu faction. AUCTION APPOINTMENTS. Messrs J. G. MADDOX & CO. Household Furniture, at Rooms .Jan. 29 Grocer's Stock-in-Trade, at Cardiff Jan. 30 Messrs TREGERTHEN DUNN & CO. Steamship Shares, at Cardiff 7 Messrs ELLIS MORRIS. SUTHERLAND and CO Maenclochog Railway, at London Feb. 20 Slate Quarries and a Farm, at London Feb. 20 Mr WHITTY EVANS. Leasehold Cottages, at Mountain Ash.Jan. 30 Oil Paintings, at Mountain Jan. 30 and 31 Messrs D. EVANS and SON Grocery and Trade Utensils, at Cardiff —Jan. 29 Mr JOHN FRANCIS. Timber Trees, at Lampeter 31 Messrs GOTTWALTZ & BOWRING. Sale at Roath Market, Cardiff Jan. 29 Hay, Crops, &c, at St Fagan's — —. — — Jan. 30 Fine Art Property, at Cardiff ..Feb. 1 Spring Bulbs, &c., at Cardiff .Feb, 2 Household Furniture, &c., at Cardiff Feb. 8 70 Horses, at Exchange, Cardiff — Feb. 9 Circus Property, (Sc., at Cardiff «.„«Feb 21 Furniture, at Cardiff Feb. — Mr J. E. GUNN. Household Furniture, at Cardiff.. — .J an. 31 Villa. Residences, at Cardiff Feb. 5 Messrs W, and S. HERN. Household Furniture, at Cardiff .Feb, 12 Messrs H. HILL and CO. Leasehold Cottages, at Swansea „„Jan, 30 Mr LEWIS HOPKINS. Household Furniture, at Penarth — „ „ ro Jan. 29 Mr RICHARD E. HUGHES. Leasehold Properties, at Swansea.^ Jan. 29 Messrs JENKINS, CLARKE, & TEASDALE. Leasehold Properties, at Caraift Feb. 4 Cottages and Premises, at Cardiff Feb. 4 Messrs JOHN M. LEEDER and SON. Freehold Residence, at Swansea Feb. 19 Messrs PA K SONS & ROBJENT. Lease of Engineering Yard, at Newport ..Jan. 30 Messrs STEPHENSON and ALEXANDER Trees. Shrubs, Plants, etc, at Cardiff Feb. 1 Fat Cattle, at Cowbridge & Dwelling-houses, at Cardiff Feb. 7 Fat Stock, at Peumark -Feb. 11 Milling and Trade Effects, Ac., at Cardiff.Feb. 12 Premises, &c„ at Cardiff — 14 Ironwoiks, at Cardiff Mr CHARLES P." WHITELEY. Steel and Iron Works, etc., at Loudon 13 Mr JOHN THOMAS. Fat Cattle, at Cowbridge .Feb. 5 Messrs JOHN THOMAS & MORGAN. Household furniture, &c.. at Pontypridd .Jan. 31 Mr WILLIAM THOMAS. Brewer's Plant, Horses, Carts. &c"a.t C..doxton..Feb.4 Mr JOHN YOUNG. Grocery, Ac., at Pontnewydd Jftn- 31, Feb. 1 & 2 PRELIMINARY ANNOUNCEMENT, SALE OF EXCELLENT FURNITURE AT 219, NEWPORT-ROAD, CARDIFF. MESSRS W. and S. HERN have been instructed by Mrs Tucker to SELL by AUC- TION, on the Premises, on TUESDAY, 12th February, 1889, comprising the APPOINTMENTS of SIX BEDROOMS, among which will be found fian'.lsonie 7ft. solid mahogany wardrobe, with break joint and centre plate panel; other wardrobes, chests of drawers, brass, iron, and mahogany bedsteads marble-top wasbstands, toilet and cbeval glasses, etc., spring and wool mattresses, feather beds. &c., Ac. The CONTENTS of DRAWING and DINING- ROOMS, HALL, Ac., including couch in silk rep, chairs in cretonne, bordered in plush; occasional chairs in ebony, beautiful walnut davenport, walnut tables, pier glasses, a few fine old paintings and engravings, bronze ornaments, marble clocks, etc., Ac.; 7ft handsomely- carved mahogany sideboard, with cellarette drawer and fitted plate cupboard; capital mahogany dining table, 8x4; dining-room suite in mahogany book- case, book-shelves and contents hall chairs, bronze and marble hat stand very old 8-day clock, also set of beautifully carved ivory Indian chessmen. In kitchens and offices, the usual domestic and culinary articles. The Auctioneers direct special attention to the furni- ture as being thoroughly good, ana sold in constquence of the Owner leaving England. Further Particulars in Future Advertisements and Catalogues, and of the Auctioneers, 72, St. Mary-street, Cardiff. SALE THIS DAY. DUKE-STRKET AUCTION ROOMS, CARDIFF. On TUESDAY, January 29th, 1889, commencing at Two o'clock precisely. MESSRS J. G. MADDOX and CO. are .1. instructed to include in the above weekly SALE the whole of the STOCK-IN-TRADE A EFFECTS of a I.ocal Tradesman, removed to the rooms for con- venience ot Sale, comprising mahogany, oak, and walnut suites in tapestry, leather, and cloth, dining and other tables, sideboards of various sizes, maho- hany pedestal -writing desk, engravings and paintings, gilt and other pier glasses, hearth- rugs, iron and brass bedsteads, spring and wool mat- tresses, feather and wool beds, painted bedroom suite, washstands and dressing tables in mahogany and otherwise, toilet glasses, towel rails, mahogany and birch chests of drawers, etc., etc. On View morning of Sale. Offices and Sale Rooms, 25, Duke-street, Cardiff. 1111 SALE TO-MORROW. SHORT NOTICE OF SALE. ON WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 30th. 1889, COM. MENCING AT TWO O'CLOCK, AT No. 28, BUTE. TERRACE. CARDIFF. MESSRS J. G. MADDOX & CO. are -i-rJL instructed by Mr D. Jones, who is giving up the business, to SELL by AUCTION the whole of his GKOCER'S STOCK-IN-TRADE, For particulars of which see posters. On view Morning of Sale. Offices and Salerooms, 25, Bute-street, Cardiff. SALE BY OKDER OF THE MORTGAGEES, at the Royal Hotel, Cardiff, on MONDAY, February 4th, 1889, at Seven o'clock in the e?ening. Messrs JUNKINS, CLARKE, and TEASDALE have been instructed to SELL by AUCTION, as above, the following well-built LEASEHOLD PROPERTIES LOT 1.—Nos 78 and 80, ALEXANDRA-ROAD, near Canton Church. LOT 2.-Nos. 21, 23, 25, and 27, RADNOR-ROAD (off Cowbridge-road), Canton. These houses are fitted with baths and Venetians. LOT 3.-Nos. 21, 22, 23, and 24, GLAMORGAN- STREET, Pontcanna. LOT 4.-All those Two Capital RESIDENCES and PREMISES. 55 and 67, Kldon-screet. These houses are in first-class condition, have two reception rooms, first-class kitchens, five bedrooms, bathrooms, and the usual offices. To view apply to the respective tenants; and for further particulars see posters, or apply to the Auc- tioneers, Philharmonic Chambers, Cardiff; or to Messrs EVANS and DAVIES, 3890 Solicitors, Newport. BY ORDER OF THE MORTGAGEES. MESSRS JENKINS, CLARKE, and TEASDALE will SELL by AUCTION at the Royal Hotel, Cardiff, 011 MONDAY, February 4th, at Seven o'cl,c lD tht! Eynlng, all those TWO OOTTAGEb AND PREMISES. known as 22 and 24, Devon-street, Salt Mead, Cardiff. The Houses are of freehold tenure, subject to an annual rent charge ot i.1 2s 6d per house. For further paiticulars apply to the Auctioneers, Philharmonic Chambers; or to 4186 OQO W. G. GOTTWALTZ, Esq., January 18, Solicitor, Cardiff. SALE THIS DAY". TO GROCERS AND OTHERS. Re WALTERS. NO. 1, AGATE-STREET SPLOTLAND, CARDIFF, MESSRS D. -j^^NS & SON are in- structed J>y Official Receiver in Bank- ruptcy, T. H. Stephens, Esq". to SELL by AUCTION, on the premises as above, on TUESDAY, 29th January, 1889, at 11 o'clock. large quantity of GENERAL GROCERY AND TRADE UTENSILS. For further particulars apply to the Official Receiver, 29, Queen-street, Cardiff, or to the Auc- tioneers. 4144 CADOXTON, BARRY DOCK. TO BREWERS, PUBLICANS, AND OTHERS. SALE OF BREWERS AND MINERAL WATER PLANT, WORSES CARTS, Ac. MR WILLIAM THOMAS has been in- structed by Messrs Slade and Co., to SELL by AUCTION. 011 MONDAY Feb. 4, 1889, at their Premises, D aniel-street,^ Cadoxtton the whole of the BREWERY PLANT, &c f Comprising 112 gallon new with fittings, 880. gallon mash tun fitted witn mixer, sprinkler, and cop- per top; working pieces, coolers, fermenting vessel, new and second-hand casks, wooden shed, 30ft. long by 22ft. wide; crank axle cart, several horses, Ac., kc. Terms cash. „ „ Sale to commence at Two o clock sharp. About Five Minutes' walk from Cadoxton Station, Barry Dock._ 505 AUCTION, ESTATE, AND aOUSE A AGENCY OFFICES, ST. JOHN'S CHAMBERS, CARDIFF. MR C. L. SWEETING Begs to announce that he has ope!1ed Offices as above, and, having had many years practical experience in all branches of the profession, ne to be favoured with the sunport of the public 01 Cardiff and neigh- bourhood. SALES BY AUCTION of every description of pro. perty conducted in town or country on the most reasonable terms, and prompt secwementa made. VALUATIONS made for transler, aclmillistrationi mortgages, Ac., and compensation claims allj, HOTEL AND PUBLIC-HOUSE VALUER. DILAPIDATIONS assessed and msurances effected. HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE purchased and cash advanced on goods intended fur 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 lusagency, jn wjjjcjj case the usual commission will be cnarged. FOR SALE, several first-class Freehold Hotels. Wanted to purchase, Freehold or leasehold Public- houses doing a good trade. Apply •Mr C. L. Sweet- ing, Auctioneer, Hotel and one-house Valuer, Estate Agent and Surveyor, St. Jonns Chambers, Cardiff. 282a KEALL'S AMERICAN MANDRAKE PILLS The great remedy for Bili- MANDRAKE ous and Liver Complaints, PILLS MANDKAKM Indigestion, Piles, Cot Grave, Puxs MANDRAKE and the greatest Blood Pun- PILLS MANDRAKE fler of the age. PILLS MANDRAKE TESTIMONIAL. PILLS MANDRAKE Mr Keall, Maindee. PILLS MAN DRAKE Sir,—1 consider your Amen- pILLS MANduaKK can Mandrake Pills to be the pILLS MANDRakk greatest success the world has PILLS MANDRAKE ever known.—I am, sir, yours PlLLS MANDRAKE faithfully. F. H. HEWSON. VILLs MANDRAKE Munday, Chemist, Cardiff. PILLS MANDRAKE Robb, Chemist, Roath Gar- PILLS MANDRAKE rett Brothers, Newport; J.G. PILLS MANDRAKE Isaac (late Haynian), Che- PILLs MANDRAKE mist, Neath; Newberry and PILLS MANDRAKE Son. London. PILLS MANDRAKE Proprietor — Mr KEALL, PILLS MANDRAKE Chemist A Dentist, 199, High. PILLS MANDRAKE J street, Swansea. 8076 1012 PILLS IMPORTANT..One Box oi Horton'aI.X.L. JL Pills are guaranteed to cure ail private cases and com- piications of the urinary organs, whether acquired or otherwise. Also Gravel and Pains in the Back, Sent post free for 4s by Proprietor, G. D. Borwn, M.P.S (from, he General Hospital), Aston-road, Birmingham. Agents Cardiff-A. Hagon, Chemist, 39, Bridge-«t. Swansea—Lloyd Chemist, Oxford-streer, Newport—Young, Chemist, High-street. N.B.—Have never, been known Co fail Letters answered free. 3759 i ale5 frtr ^uriion. SALE THIS DAY (TUESDAY), 29th JAN., 1889. ROATH MARKET, CARDIFF. MESSRS GOTTWALI ZAND BO WRING have received instructions toSELL by AUCTION (Without Reserve), at the above Market, 100 YEARLING HAMPSHIRE DOWN FAT WETHERS, The Property of Mr. Christopher Williams, Red Bouse. 4150 SALE THIS DAY. ROATH MARKET. MESSRS. GOTTWALTZ & BO WRING will NELL by AUCTION on TUESDAY, 29th January, 1889, 15 PRIME FAT CATTLE, 130 FAT SHEEP, The property of some of the principal Farmers in the district. Further Entries Solicited. 4151 SALE TO-MORROW (WEDNESDAY), JAN. 30,1889. PENHEFOD ST. FAGAN'S, near CARDIFF. MESSRS GOTTWALTZ and BOWRLNG have received instructions to SELL by AUCTION at the above farm, on WEDNESDAY, 30th January, 1889, without reserve, the WELL-HARVESTED HAY, CROPS, &c., viz. — 3 RICKS OF WELL-MADE HAY; 2 RICKS OF WHEAT 250 TONS MANGOLDS (pulled); A CROP OF NINE ACKES OF SWEDES. Sale to commence at Two o'clock punctually. Further particulars may be had of the Auctioneers, Cardiff. 3809 HORSE EXCHANGE, CARDIFF. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 9TH, 1889. MESSRS GOTTWALTZ & BOWJRING will hold their NEXT STUD SALE OF 70 HORSES on the ab0ge date, Present entries include— A STUD of IRISH HUNTERS and HARNESS HORSES. FOUR HARNESS HORSES, the property of a Farmer in Carmarthenshire. Early entries respectfully solicited. 4085 SALE THIS DAY. PENARTH-74, WINDSOR-ROAD. SALE OF FURNITURE AND EFFECTS. MR LEWIS HOPKiNS is instructed by Mr Rees, who is leaving Penarth, to SELL by AUCTION, on TUESDAY the 29th January, 1889, the HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, Ac., on the premises, as above, for details of which see posters. Sale to commence at 2 o'clocl.. Auctioneer's Offices, 10, Queen-street, Cardiff. 4083 BERWERDY HOUSE, ABOUT ONE MILE FROM PONTYPRIDD. IMPORTANT SALE OF HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE AND OTHER EFFECTS \/f ESSRS JOHN THOMAS & MORGAN JLTJL have been favoured with instructions from Mr George Beith (acting for his brother, Mr John Beith, who has left for Australia) to SELL by AUCTION, on THURSDAY, January 31st, 1889, at the above house, the whole of the HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE. PONY, TRAP, HAR- NES. IMPLEMENTS, and OUT-DOOR EFFECTS. The Sale to commence prompt at 12 o'clock, and the whole to be sold without reserve. The Auctioneers will start punctually at the specified time, owing to the large number of lots to be got through. 4165 Further particulars may be obtained of the Auc- tioneers, at their offices, Market-street, Pontypridd. CARDIGANSHIRE. IMPORTANT SALE OF TIMBER. MR JOHN FRANCIS will SELL by AUCTION, at the Castle Hotel, Lampeter, at Two p.m., ou THURSDAY NEXT, in 5 lots, about 22 acres of exceedingly fine-growu Larch, Oak, Ash, and other TIMBER THEBS, PITWOOD, AND POLES, now standing and growing on the Farm of Rhiwbren, ),lanartb, Cardiganshire, oj mdes from Aberayron. Full particulars may be obtained of Mr John Francis, Laud Agent, Carmarthen. 4167 IN BANKRUPTCY. PONTNEWYDD, MON. TO IRONMONGERS, BUILDERS, DRAPERS BOOT DEALERS, GROCERS, PAPERHANGERS. GINGER BEEK MANUFACTURERS, AND OTHERS. MR JOHN YOUNG has been favoured with instructions by the Trustee, E, T: Collins, Esq., to hELL by PUBLIC AUCTION, absolutely without reserve, the Effects of Mary Williams, a Bankrupt, and comprising GROCERY VALUED AT ABOUT £100: M ettled, yellow, <1.11<1 amber soap, marmalade. Col- nun's and Keen's mustard, blue, Reckitt's starch, composites, lea, white and black pepper, black lead, backing, oatmeal, pickles, sauce, baking powder, egg pi'v,uer, pills, tinned beei, mutton, lobster, salmon, Ac., raisin wine, bottled sweets, five boxes cigars, bhcuit, sun try wine, vinegar, matches, &c., Ac., also stock of blacking, black lead, sweeping, hearth, scrubbing, and other brushes. Quantity of brown sn«ar, fruit, butter, provision, and other paper, bags, Ac. IRONMONGERY, valued at £ 300.—14 ton of cut wire, lathe, and other nails (assorted sizes), lot of pink, blue, and other colours, 3 pitch forks, scythes, paint, oils, quantity of shooting, shooting joint pipes, register, i register, mantelshams, kitchen and other grates, kitchen boilers, 4 iron troughs, zinc and otner buckets, bowls, pailS, fin,¡r0us, bird cages, hinges, tiles, kettles, saucepans, stewpans, watering cans, slop pails, frying pans. milk cans, cocoanut mats, washing boards, benzohne, paraffin, and other lamps, carpenters' siws, fenders, cutlery, cuffin furniture, large lot of plain and fancy chimney glas es of different sizes, valuable lot of builder's ironmongery, and the usual contents if an ironmonger's shop. DRAPERY, valued at £130, and consisting of rugs, cloth, carpet, shirting, skirting, Welsh aud other flannels, cauvas, towels, mats, umbrelias, 10ve8, cotton, cuffs, buttons, jack3t". wool, merino, shirts, pinafort!8, antimacassars, shawls, macintohe8, scarves, quantity of ribbon, s50ckings, handkerchiefs, frilling;, caps, hats, lots of fronts, blinds, calico, lIuck, tick, satin, collars, corsets, muslin, and numerons other articles, too numerous to mention. BOOTS AND SHOES valued at £110. MACHINERY.—jErated water machine, with all fittings complete 100 ginger beer cases, of different sizes; 13 gruss of giner beer bottles. PAPER-HANGINGS.—1,200 pieces of wall paper, also a bale of wall paper (unopened). LIVE AND DIAO STOCK AND UTENSILS.— Coffee mill, brass tea scales (9 weights), coffee canister, small proYisiQn cales, 3 butter dishes, small fiour scales, scoop scales (9 iron weights), weighing machine by Bartlett, sack scales and weights, baker's scalei aml weights, the usual baker's uteusils, hand truck, fruit cleaner, coal machine, chaff machine, sundry stable utensils, sundry baskets. One cob horse (Tom), 1 cart horse (Joily), 1 light cart horse (Sailor), 2 coal carts, 2 drays, 1 bread trap, 1 light dog cart, 2 old carts, 5 sets of harness, 25 loads manure. OFFICE FURNITURE, i- Comprising 1 safe by Edwards, 1 copying press, fender, 5 files, 4,250 envelopes, 11 day books, sundry note paper, memo books, delivery books, 1 sale ledger. Sale will be heid on THURSDAY, FRIDAY, and SATURDAY, January 3lst, February 1st and 2nd, 1889, and on MONDAY, February 4th, if necessary, at 1 p.m. each day. The Grocery and Utensils and Live and Dead Stock will be sold on THURSDAY. The Ironmongery on FRIDAY, and Drapery, Boots, Ac., on SATURDAY also on MONDAY, Feb. 4th, if necessary. For further particulars apply to the Trustee, E. T. Collins, Esq., 39, Broad-street, Bristol; or to the Auctioneer. Dated Auctioneer's Office, 7, Tredegar-place, New. port, Jan. 25th. 1889. DIRECT FROM THE MILL KNITTING WORSTEDS & KNITTED HOSIERY AT MILL PRICES. A CARDIFF BRANCH OF THE QREENOCK ^^ORSTED MILL Yarn STORES HAS BEEN OPENED BY THE SPINNERS AT 20 HIGH-STREET ARCADE. Branches or Agents in every Town in Scotland and England. Agents wanted in the smaller Towns in Wales.—Apply FLEMING, REID A CO., 153 13565 GREENOCK. 2932 UNDERTAKERS AND FUNERAL FURNISHERS. JpALMER AND COMPANY (ESTABLISHED 1852). 10, 11, AND 105, FREDERICK STREET, CROCKHERBTOWN, CARDIFF. 1073 Å WONDERFUL MEDICINE. BEECHAM'S PILLS Are universally admitted to be 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, co8tiveneSl: scuny, and blotches on the skin. disturbed sleep, 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 bring about all that is required. No female should be with- out them. There is no medicine to be found equal to Pills for removing any obstnction or i. larity of the system. If taken according to the direc- tions given with each box, they will soon restore females of all axes to sound and robus: health. This has been proved by thousands who bage 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 MJ QIC, and a few doses will be found to work wonders upon the most important organs in the buman machine. TheJ strengthen the whole muscnlar system,restore t'1 long- lost complexion, bring back the keen eage of appetite, and arouse into action, with the ROSE-BUD of health, 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 Beecham'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 1& ld and 2s 9d each. Sold by all Druggists and Patent Medicine Dealers everywhere. N.b.—Full directions are given with each box. 4164 CCARDIFF ADVERTISING. BUUl- J POSTING. AND CIRCULAR DISTRIBUTING COMPANY (LIMITED). OFFICES CASTLE CHAMBERS, 21, CASTLE.ST. CARDIFF. SECRETARY FRANK H SIMPSON. BeaG Penaansnt Posting Stations is Cardiff and I Neighbourhood Contractors al. s. ioas, ot Advertising Circular Distributing Jtc, 99 All orders pronmiy attended to 1044 alt5 bg ^nctton. VALUABLE FREEHOLD RESIDENCE FOR SALE, SITUATE AT MOUNT PLEASANT, SWANSEA. IVI ESSRS JOHN M. LEEDER and SON -1-vJL have been instructed by the Executors of the late Edward Hammett, Esq., to SELL by PUBLIC AUCTION, at the Swansea Auction Rooms, Goat- street., Swansea, on TUESDAY, the 19th day of February, 1889, ail that well-built FREEHOLD FAMILY RESIDENCE & PREMISES, known as The Kims, Mount Pleasant, Swansea, now in the occupation of Mrs L. M. Jones as yearly tenant. It contains two kitchens, cellar and pantry on the ground floor, large entrance hall, staircase and land- mg, three reception, five bedrooms, bath and box room.1?, w.c., kitchen, servants' staircase, scullery, la.rdr, back entrance, large ptved yard, wood and coal house, and outside w.c. A large sum has been expended on re-slating the roof, renewing the kitchen range, and inserting a hot and cold water apparatus to bath, Ac. The above is pleasantly and healthily situated, has extensive views, and is within five minutes' walk of church and railway-station. The front entrance is surrounded by a flower garden, ornamented with trees and shiubs. In front of the house is a walled-in fiower garden, a portion of which is held by lease for upwards of four. years, at a ground rent of 16s. It has a tennis-court, ornamental fish-pond and fountain, greenhouse, and arbour. 'itiere will also be included a walled-in plot of ground lying between the house and Mount Pleasant, a plan ot wnich will be produced at the time of sale. It is held by lease for upwards of 42 years at a ground rent of 11s 6d. Sale to commence at Three o'clock in the Afternoon. For full particulars and conditions of Sale app'y to Messrs Beor, Fry, and Plant, Solicitors, Temple- street or to the Auctioneers, at their Offices, Goat. street, Swansea. 4142 SALE TO-MORROW. MORIAH.TERRACE. PENYGRAIG.ROAD, MOUNT PLEASANT, SWANSEA. MESSRS H. HILL and CO. have been instructed to SELL by PUBLIC AUCTION, in olle or more Lots. 11.1111 subject to Conditions of Sale which will then be read, at the Cameron Arms Hotel, High street, Swansea, on WEDNESDAY, January 30th, 1889, the following Leasehold COTTAGES, viz. LOT 1.—All that LEASEHOLD COTTAGE, contain. ing five rooms, with back and front garden, situate and being No. 2, Moriah-terrace, Penygraig-road, Mount Pleasant, now let to a respectable tenant at 4s 6d per week, and held on lease for a term of 75 years from March 25th, 1877. at an apportioned ground rent of S2 4s per annum. LOT 2.—All those two LEASEHOLD COTTAGES, adjoining the foregoing, being Nos. 3 and 4, Moriah- terrace, held for a term of 75 years from March 25th, 1878, at an annual ground rent of £4 8s. The cottages are in capital repair and well tenanted, and are well worthy the attention of small capitalists. Sale to commence at Three o'clock in the Afternoon. For further particulars apply to J. Aeron Thomas, Esq., Solicitor, York-street, Swansea or to the Auc- tioneers, at their offices, 10, Castle-street, Swansea.4053 SALE THIS DAY. BY ORDER OF THE TRUSTEE IN BANK- RUPTCY. TOWN OF SWANSEA. SALE OF VALUABLE LEASEHOLD BUSINESS PREMISES AND JOTTAGES. MR RICHARD E. HUGHES has been instructed to OFFER for SALE by PUBLIC AUCTION, at the Royal Hotel, High-street, Swansea, on TUESDAY, January 29, 1889, at Three o'clock in the Afternoon (subject to such coruitions as shall then and there be produced), the following PROPERTIES, Viz.:— LOT 1.—All that extensive SHOP (formerly two shops), and known as Numbers 126 and 127, High- street, Swansea. LOT .-A!1 that extensive WORKSHOP and PREMISES, situate in Greyhound-street, Swansea. LOT 3,-All those Two MESSUAGES or DWELL- ING-HOUSES, situate and being Numbers 28 and 29, Greyhound-street, Swansea, now let to Patrick Sheen and James Kerwin at the weekly lent of 4s bd and 2s respectively. Ixie above lots are held under a lease dated the 19th rlôlY of August, 1844, for the residue of the teuJ of 99 years, from the 29th September, 1840, subject to an annual ground rent of JE5 14s. The Vendor reserves the right of selling the above in one lot or otherwise if then the ground rent will be apportioned. LOT 4.—All those Two COTTAGES, situate and being Nos. i58 and 159. Llangyfolach-road, Swansea, let to weekly tenants at 3s 6d each, Held under a loase dated 23rd August, 1870, for a. term of 99 years from 25th March, 1870, at a ground reirt of B.2 10s. The mines and minerals under all the lots are reserved. Further particulars and Condition of SaJe can be obtained of Messrs Collins and Wooch, solicitors, Swansea; or from the Auctioneer, a.t his offices, 4, Wind-street, Swansea. 4030 SALE TO-MORROW. MOUNTAIN ASH. SALE by AUCTION on WEDNESDAY NIGHT, 30th January, at Eight o'clock, at the Allen's Arms, Mountain Ash, THREE VALUABLE LEASEHOLD COTTAGES, being Nos. 8, 13, and 14, Jeifreys-street. 4145 WHITTY JBVAN3, Auctioneer. SALE TO-MORROW NOTICE OF SALE. MOUNTAIN ASiJ, QALE BY AUCTION, on WEDNESDAY t0 and THURSDAV, 30th and 3lsr. inst., at Eight vclock, at the ALLEN'S ARMS, MOUNTAIN ASH, of very choke selection of SUi'ERlOB OIL PAINT- INGS, by well-known Artists. Private Sale during the day, 4177 WHITTY EVANS. Auctioneer. nle5 b!1 Jprifaate (tfonttstrt. I FOR SALE. — The very useful Iron JL' Steamship "TRENT," built on the Clyde in 1870, and favourably known in the Black Sea and Mediterranean Trades. 1,734 Tons register, 1,142 nett, with large measurement cu-p:rity "arries 2,400 tons D. W. aU told. Is fitted with a ter Ballast. Dimensions, 253'4 by 33 0 by 24'0 Engines—Compound Cylinders, 31in. and 54in, stroke, 33in. Had new Boilers in 1878. Ha3 lofty Decks. About due in London, where she can be seen.—Apply to Glover Brothers, 88, Bishopsgate-street Within, London, E.C. 4172 TO BE SOLD OR LET FOR A TERM, JL MILFRAEN COLLIERY, situate near WAEN- AVON STATION, on the London and North Western Railway (with which it is connected by H, branch line), and lying within easy reach of the shipping ports of Newport and Cardiff. The seams cooiprised in tho taking are the Horn, Eydelog, and Yard Veins, uuder an area of about b80 acres, which oaa be worked at very moderate royalties (luring an unexpired term of 30 years from 1st January. 1887. Miltraen Pit is sunk to the lowest measures. Drainage is effected at a low cosi by means of a pump worked by the lessors. The surface arrangements comprise granaries, hay-room, chaff-houso, machine-house, office, smiths', carpenters', and storekeepers' shops, together with the necessary screens uni siding accommodations for a large output. Six wo>kmens cottages near the pit will be included in the taking. For particulars apply to JNO. WORTON, 3866 Blaenavon Works, Blaenavon, Mon. Jittattrial. QEVEN PER CENT. REGISTERED O FIUST MORTGAGES.—PERSONALLY NEGO. TIATED BY PlElCE, WRIGHT, & CO. PRINCIPAL AND INTEREST GUARANTEED. These Mo> (gages are Registered First charges on Freehold Farms in the United States. The principal and half-yearly interest will be paid in sterling when due.—For further information apply tu Messrs PJERCK, WRIGHT, & CO., 54" Ol I Broad-s reet, London, E.C. Offices in Uuited States Yankton, Dakota, and Grand Island, Nebraska. 3095 h Jgj L E 0 T R I C LIGHTING! J. C. HOWELL, ELECTRIC LIGHT ENGINEER, LLANELLY. Contractor for the Supply and Fitting.up of ELECTRIC LlOHr APPARATUS OF EVERY DESCRIPTION. Sole Agent for South Wales for CROMPTON A CO., LIM. LONDON AND CHELMSFORD. Incandescent and Arc Light Installations for Collieries, Factories, Ships, Houses, Ac. ESTIMATES ON APPLICATION. Contracts taken for Transmission of Power to a Distance. Telegrams—" ELECTRIC, LLANELLT. 1169 G. A. STONE & CO., COMPLETE FUNERAL FURNISHERS EVERY REQUISITE FOR FUNERALS OF ALL CLASSES. T ,^ars> Hearses, Shellibiers, superb Flemish Horses, Coaches, Broug hams, and every necessary equipment for Funerals. PRICE LIST ON APPLICATION. 110S 10. 11, A 12, WORKING STREET. CARDIFF. ONE BOX OF CLARKE'S B 41 PILLS is warranted to cure all discharges from the Urinary Organsmeither sex (acquired orconstitutionaJ), Gravel, and Pains in the Back. Guaranteed free from Mercury. Sold in Boxes. 4s 6d each, by all Chemists and Patent Medicine Vendors throughout the World or sent to any address for sixty stamps by the Makers, The Lincoln and Midland Counties Drug Company, Lincoln. 1003 BILLPOSTING IN CARDIFF. GLAMORGAN BILLPOSTING COMPANY, LIMITED, 03, ST-MARY-STRKET (corner of Wood- street), CARDIFF. First-class stations, efficient posters, immediate attention to all orders,—AfiXBUfi GIL- BERT, ManMpr. 3$g alts fan Ruction. THE MAENCLOCHOG RAILWAY, a portion of a projected route, via Fishguard to Wexford, a scheme which if carried out, would be a great financial success. Though this great success depends on the completion of another line which has already been started, this railway itself has ample capabilities of paying a good dividend on the outlay, while the working expenses would be very small. This existing line passes through a country ricb in many ways, and wanting but railway communication with the outside world to develope its many resources. At present even there is a general and outspoken demand for cattle, timber, and slate carriage. At one point, Maen- clochog, there is a celebrated local fair, at another a great timber felling stati"n quarries abound, and again, abntting on tbe line itself, at more than one spot, is some remarkably fine brick earth. MESSRS EI.LIS MORRIS, SUTHER- LAND & CO, will by AUCTION, by order of the Mortgagees, at the Mart, Tokenhouse- yard. Bank, London, E.C., on WEDNESDAY, 20th of February, 1889, the valuable undertaking, being the whole of the MAENCLOCHOG RAILWAY, with its freehold lands, its stations, buildings, rolling stock, plant, Parliamentary rights, running powers, Ac. It starts at Clynderwen Station (Ureat \V estern, South Wales, Railway), and has been carried up to Rosebush, in the parish of Maenclochog, at the foot of the far- famed Prescelly Mountain. It has three stations, ana possesses features which justify an anticipation of a great future, At the termination of this line at Rose- bush another railway as far as Fishguard is contem- plated by a Company who have full Parliamentary powers, and who have already laid their first section. Particulars and conditious of sale may be obtained of A. E. Sydney, Esq., solicitor, No. 46, Fiusbury Circus, London; of Messrs Hughes, Masterman, A Hew. Soli- citors, 59, New Broad-street, Louden and of Messrs Ellis Morris, Sutberland A Co., Land Agents and Auc- rs, King-street, Cheapside, I.onùo_ E,0. 3902 SOUTH WALES, LANDORE, NEAR SWANSEA. TO STEEL MANUFACTURERS, IRONMASTERS AND COLLIERY PROPRIXTOKS, IMPORTANT SALE OF THF EXTENSIVE AND VALUABLE WORKS AND PROPERTIES Ot THE LANDORE SIEMENS STEEL COMPANY, LIMITED, Comprising the Old and New Steel Works, Ironworks, Blast Furnaces, Pig Beds, and Coke Ovens, Brick- works, Reservoirs, anc1 Railways, and Railway Sidings connected therewith. Also the Vendor's Interest in the Worcester and Weighfach Collieries, the Cvnrbach Collieries, and the Foxhall Colliery, together with the Fixed and Moveable Plant, Ma- chinery, Rolling Stock, Tools. Materials, and Appli. ances belonging to such Works and Collieries re. spectively. The STEEL AND IRON WORKS (the area of which is upwards of 95 acres) have been erected at a very large cost within the last 20 years, the Machinery is of the best description, and several Thousand Pounds have recently been expended by the present occu- piers of the Ironworks and Blast Furnaces in placing them in thorough working order. The new Steel Works are eapable of producing about 75,000 tons of finishrd steel per annum, which has an European reputation, and ha.s been extensively supplied to the English and Foreign Governments and Private Firms for shipbuilding and general purposes. The IRONWORKS ccmprise 2. Furnaces in Blast, capable of producing yearly about 60,000 Tons of Pig-iron. They are now sub-leased on advantageous terms. MR CHAS. P. WHITELEY will SELL the above Property by AUCTION in one or more Lots, at the Auction Mart, Tokenhcusc Yard, London, on WEDNESDAY, 13th February, 1889, at Two o'clock in the afternoon precisely. Detailed particulars and conditions of sale. with plans, may be obtained of Mr W. W. Storr, at she Steel Works, Landore of Mr H. G. Cawker, Chartered Accountant, Swansea; of Mr W. J. Rees, Estate Agent, Swansea of Messrs J. O. Chadwick and Son, Chartered Accountants, 9b, Finabury Pavement, London, E.C. of Messrs Phlps, Woodforde. and Co., Solicitor", H, Red Lion-square, London. W.C. of Messrs Johnson. Budd, and J ohnson, Ijolicit<lrs, 24, Austin Friars, London, E.C.; of Mr Chamber:3, Solici- tor to the Vendors, 8], Chancery lane, London, W.C.; or at the Auctioneer's Offices, 82, Queen-street, Cheap- side, London E.C. 3918 Ifigal §.atues. IN THE HIGH COURT OFTUSTICPJ, QUEEN'S BENCH DIVISION. IN THR MATTER OF THE LOCAL GOVERN- MENT ACT. 1838 the Municipal Elections (Corrupt and Illegal Practices) Act, 1831 AND IN THE MATTER OF an Application by EDWARD JOHN PARRY, of Oxford-street, Pontycyrnmer, in the County of Glamorgan, Doctor of Medicine, for exception under the said Arts. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that on FRIDAY, the 1st day of February, 1839, or so soon thereafter as Counsel can be hc.jrd, an Application will be made by Counsel on behalf of the above-named EDWARD JOBN PARRY for an orriet xcusing and excepting him from the Consequences under the provisions of the above-named !t1uncipa.l Elections (Corrupt and Iliegal Practices) Act. 1884, or pnrrt,I!1/ publishing, Oi" pustm, or causmg to he printed, published, or posted, bills, placards, or posters having reference to the said Election, which said biJIs, placards, or posters did not; bear 011 the face thereof the name of the printer nor the name and address of the publisher theieof, on the ground that such omission arose from inadvertence, anJ. not from any want of ood faith. Pated this 28th day or January. H89. S, H. STUCK WOOD. Of the 'Town-hall, Bridgend, in the County of Glamorgan, Solicitor for the said Applicant. IN BANKRUPTCY.-CARDIFF. N0. 2 of 1589, SUMMARY CASE. RE EDMUND WILLIAMS, of 4 and 105, Frederick. street, Cardiff, Carpenter and Builder. Receiving Order made—January 14th, 1889. Date of Order for Summary Adui nistration—January 29th, 1889. Date of Adjudication—January 28th, 1889. Date ari place of First Meeting—February 11th, 1889, at 12 o'clock, at the Official Receivei's Office, 29, Queen-street, Cardiff. Date of Public Examination—February 12th, 1889, at 10.30 o'clock, at the Town-hall, Cardiff. T. H. STEPHENS, Official Receiver. Address—29, Queen-street, Cardiff. Dated January 28th, 1889. HOWELL & ALLEN, SOUTH WALES -BJL COACIiBUILDING COMPANY, HAYES. CARDIFF. Any person or per1>t\nf. having a CLAIM Hainst the above-named estate must send full particulars of the same not later tha.n SATURDAY, February 2nd, 1889, to the undersigned. DAVID L. OWEN, Arbitrator to the above Estate, 4141 Penarth, Cardiff. THE NEW ANTI-CORROSION LEAD. BRISTOL SUBLIMED LEAD COMPANY, LIMITED. r WORKS—AYONMOUTH. I AGENTS :— JOHN HALL & SONS, GLASS, LEAD, OIL AND COLOUR MANUFACTURER? & MERCHANTS, gROADMEAD, JgRISTOL. WHITE LEAD. LEAD COLOUR LEAD, (Dry or Ground in Oil.) Made direct, from the Ore by a new process of Sun- limation. Aler the first tire it is pure LEAD COLOUR, after the second fire WHITE. Uniike all othor L-3ad. Sublimed Lead is made without the use of Acid, and is therefore a much better protection to iron. It is less soluble than a y other Lead, and is consequently less poisonous, whilst it resists better the free Acids ot an impure and smoky atmosphere. NO ACID. NO CORROSION. Numerous Testimonials already published in the South Wales Daily News" can be inspected at JOHN JJALL SONS, BROADMEAD, BRISTOL. LEAD COLOUli LEAD —JOHN HALL A SONS Paint all their Works, Warehouses, Wagons, and Packages with this Paint. Their Broadmead Premises give a. good illustration of it. SUBLThtEDLEADSHOULD NOT BE KEPTUNDER WATER IT KEEPS BETTER WITHOUT. BEST SOFT ENGLISH PIG LEAD. SHEET LEAD LEAD PIPE AND SHOT. 1807 ILLINGS' ENAMELLED LETTERS FOR SHOP SIGNS AND ADVERTISING PURPOSES. MOST BRILLIANT INVENTED. SOLE AGENTS THE BUILDING TRADES SUPPLY STORES, MILL-LANE, CARDIFF. 444 SEND FOR LIST. 3906 LUNG SAVE YOUR LIVES BY TAKING TONIC LUNG ^\WBR1DGE'S TONIC LUNG I # m ° TONIC LUNG yt vj n w x n TONIC LUNG I U N G nn O N I C TONIC LUNG JLi 1. TONIC LUNG THE MIGHTY HEALER. TONIC LUNG It has a power over diseases hither. TONIC LUNG to unknown in medicine. TONIC LUNG Are you at all weak-chested, or TONIC LUNG inclined to be Consumptive, with TONIC LUNG just a touch of Cough now and then? TONIC LUNG "Try this Wonderful Medicine.' TONIC LUNG The Cough and Weakness will dis- TONIC LUNG appear as if by magic, and you will TONIC LUNG feel a strength and power you never TONIC LUNG had before. TONTC LUNG HAVE YOU A COUGH? TONIC LUNG A DOSE WILL RELIEVE IT. TONIC LUNG HAVE YOU A COLD? TONIC LUNG A DOSE AT BEDTIME WILL TONIC LUNG REMOVE IT. TONIC LUNG Bronchitis and Asthma it relieves TONIC LUNG instantly. TONIC LUNG ——, TONIC LUNG Tb '?«sms of Coughing so diead- TONIC LUNG ful in /hooping Cough become less TONIC LUNG with each dose of the medicine. TONIC LUNG J L TONIC LUNG Prepared by W. T. OWBRIDGE, TONIC LUNG Chemist, Hull. TONIC LUNG Sold in Bottles, Is lid, 2s 9d, 4s M, TONIC LUNC and lis, by all Chemists and Patent TONIC LUNG Medicine Vendors. TONIC LUNG Wholesale all London anu Provincial TONIC LUNG 13516 Houses. 2318 TONIC "VTERVOUS DEBILITY, LOSS OF -i-l VITAL POWER AND ENERGY.—A gentle man having been a great hufferer, will be pleased to forward a Physician's Prescription that cured him on receipt of a stamped envelope.—Address W. Rose, Esq., Somerleyton Villa, Brixton, Surrey. 89Q ubli£ atíus) NATIONAL BANK OF WALES, LIMI- -13! TED.—An AGENCY of the above Bank was OPENED at 41, HIGH-STREET, FERNDALE (oppo. site the Treihondda Chapel), on MONDAY, 28th inst., and WILL BE OPEN EVERY SUCCESSIVE MON- DAY from 9.30 a.m. to 3.30 p.m.; also on Thursdays from 9.30 a.m. to 12.30. 4196 MRF. ATKINS, MUS. BAC., OXON., will be PREPARED to RECEIVE his PUPILS studying the PIANOFORTE, SINGING, HARMONY, and the ORGAN, Ac., on and after TUESDAY. Dec. 15'h, and to remind them and others that the THEO- RETICAL EXAMINATION (R A.M.) will TAKE PLACE on SATURDAY, February 9th. 39J QARDIFF LITERARY SOCTETY. "THE MODERN NOVEL." A LECTURE on this subject will be delivered THIS EVENING, in the HALL of the QUEEN-STREET ARCADE, BY MR ERNEST BHYS. Doors Open at 7.30. i RE VVARD^— WANTED, the c*WJL" present ADDRESS of Mr ROBERT KNIGHT, late of Prince-street, Bishop-street, St. Paul's, and formerly of Anger"s-terrace, Totte-'down, Bristol, Traveller, age I about 40 short, stoutly built, light complexion, aud lxme. The above reward will be paid to anyone first supply- ing this information, leading to his recovery, by Mr C. J RYLAND, 4139 Cardwell-chambers, Bristol. (JOLONIAL L, CARDIFF. Mr J, THOMPSON, from the Phrenological-Hydro- pathic Establishment. Scarborough, will give the First of a Course of LECTURES TO-NIGH' SUBJECT—" HOW TO READ CHARACTER." Doors open at 7.30. Commence at 8.0 p.m. Reserved seats, id. Second seats, 3d. Headsmined and Advice on Health daily from 11 a.m. uhtil 2 p.m., aud from 4 p.m. until 6 p.m. Feeom 2s ó upwards. 510 HALL SWANSEA^ Jri. i EASTER MONDAY EISTEDDFOD. t CHIEF CHORAL COMPETITION, Ye Ifttious. Offer to the Lord,1' and Glee of Choir's own selection (not under 130 voices), PRIZE £ 50. Brass Band and Male Voice Competition. Adjudi. cators—G. Oakey, Esq., Mus. liac., London J. Thomas, ESqi, Llanwrtvd and W. G. MacXaugbt, Esq., London. Programmes may be had of the Secre- tary, WKT. Samuel, 26, Henrietta-street, Swansea, after February 1st. 4064 RAILWAY COMPANX NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that a SPECIAL MEETING of the Proprietors of the Cowbridge Rail- way Company will be held at the Office of the Conpauy, Queen-street, Cardiff, ou SATURDAY, the 9th day of FEBRUARY, 1889, at 35 minutes past 12 o'clock p.m., for the purpose of having submitted to them for their consideration the followingbill now before Parlia- ment, viz. :—" A bill for amalgamating with the under- taking of the Tatf Vale Railway Company the under- takings of ether Companies leased to or worked by them, ar.J for consolidating and re-ananting the capital ot the said Company, and for other purposes." HUBERT CHURCHILL GOULD, Chairman. JOHN JONES, Secretary. Cardiff, 10th day of January, 1889. rp A F F VALE R AI L W A Y. NOTICE. On ana from FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 1st, 1839, Alterations will he made in the Times of the Trains leaving Cardiff Docks and Cardiff (Queen-street) Stations as under :— The 9.1b a.m. from Cardiff Docks will be 9.45 a ru. The 943 a.m. from Cardiff (Queen-street) will be 9.34 The 7.43 a.m. and 5.3 p.m. trains from Cardiff Decks will, from Queen-street Station, be run in conjunction I with the Penarth trains to S1111y. 9.2 a.m. from Sully will run through to Cardiff Docks, 4173 J. HURMAN, Cardiff, Jaruary 2b, 1889. Traffic Manager 3i H Y Y It A I L WAY. NonCE IS URHEBY GIVEN, that the NKXT HALF-YEARLY ORDINARY MEETING of the RHYMNEY RAIIAVAY COMPANY will be held at the Park Hotel, Q'leer.-street, Cardiff, on FRIDAY, the 22nd day of February, 1839, at a Quarter to One o'clock: in the Ai r,arnoou, for tha transaction oi the general business of the Company, and also for the purpose of authorising th conversion or consolidation into General Ordinary Stock of the Company of such of the £10 Oiuinary Shares of the Company, created i9th August, 1887. as shall at the date ot the said meeting ha.ve been fully paid up, such Capital Stock t& be diwided 3.LO.oug tho holders d °".ch Shares according 10 their respective interests therein. AND NOTICE IS ALSO HEREBY GIVEN th^ pursuant to Standing Orders of both Houses of Parlia- ment, upon the conclusion of the above-mentioned pursuant to Standing Orders of both Houses of Parlia- ment, upon the conclusion of the above-mentioned Ordinary Meeting, an Extraordinary Meeting of the Shareholders of the Company will be held at thu same place, when a Bill to be introduced into Parliament, intituled "A Bill for Consolidating the Preference Stocks and making other provisions as to the Sto> < ayjl Share Capital of the Rbyn;:>y Jiailway Company, vjp for other purposes," TU ho submitted to the pro- pfjelors then present eitt'.ei in person ox .y proxy for tbeir approval. The transfer books of the Company will be closed from the 9t!; 1 the 22nd day of February, 1839, both days inclusive. JOHN BOYLE, Chairman. W. FAIRLAMB, Secretary. aUntas an £ r Contracts. TO BUILDERS AND CONTRACTORS. TENDERS are required for the ALTERATION and RENOVATION of the Calvinistic Methodist Chapel, Tower Hill, Fishguard. Drawings and Specifications may be seen, and all particulars obtained, at the Office of the Architect, Mr D. Eùw¿ Thomas, Victoria-place, Haverfordwest, from the 24th day of January to the 31st day of January, and after that date witn Mr Thomas Lewis, Chemist, Fishguard. Sealed Tenders, endorsed Tender for Tower Hill Chapel," lllu:;1i be sent to the undersigned on or before four o'clock 011 the 14th day vf February next. The committee do not bind themselves to accept the lowest or any Tender. 4169 THOMAS LEWIS, Cj Jmist, Ac., Jan. 22ud, 188_óUard, Pem. TO CONTRACTS and !UILD^RS. The Tirectors cf the Blaenavon Gas and Water Coinpucy, Limited, Bb.er.aton, Mon., invite TENDERS for the EXCAVATION and BUILDING of a BRICK GASHOLDER TANK. 51ft. bin, by 18:t., at their Gas Works as above. Plans and speciticticLg may be seen at the Company's Office i.) appointment with the Manager, to whom Tenders are to be Sll on or before Thursday, February 7th next. The Directors do not bind themselves to accept the lowest or any tender. CHAS. WHITE, Manager. Gas and Water Works Olfiee, Blaenavon, Mon., J anuary 26th. 1889. 4157 BUILDERS desirous of TENDERING for ALTERATIONS at the CROvS KEYS INN, 1-LANTWIT-MAJOR, for Messrs HANCOCS and CO. (LIMITED), can see Plans and Specincations and obtai. Quantities at my Office ou or after SATUR- DAY, January 26th, 1S89. lenders to be scut to Messrs Hancock and Co. (Limited), Bute street, Cardiff, adt: ressed outside, "Tender for Crosn Keys," 011 or before Ten a.m. on WEDNESDAY, oth Feoruary, 183. Messrs Hancock do not bind themselves to accept the lowe-it or «.nv Tender. 4107 JNO. P. JONES, 27, Park-street, Cardiff. PLANS and all PARTICULARS rt "ti; to TWO SMALL COlTAGESto be RE-BUILT at LLANTWIT-MAJOR for JO. GASKELL, Esq., can lv obtained at my Office on or after JilNUAiCi 26tb, io39. 4108 JNO. P. JONFS, 27, Park-street, Cardiff. HAYMAN'S BALSAM of HOREHOUND Relieves Cou»h in ten minutes. HAYMAN'S BALSAM of HOREHOUND The most certain and speedy Remedy. HAYMAN'S BALSAM ot HOREHOUND For Coughs aud Colds. HAYMAN'S BALSAM of HOREHOUND For all disorders of the Lungs. JBH For all disorders of the Lungs. RELIEVES COUGH m TEN MINUTES Invaluable in the Nursery. HAYMAN'S BALSAM of HOREHOUND The most successful preparation JLJL The most successful preparation HAYMAN'S BALSAM of HOREHOUND Ever offered to the public. HAYMANS BALSAM of HOREHOUND Jl Piepared only by A. Hayman A Co. (late of Neath). HAYMAN'S BALSAM of HOREHOUND JJLiL 15, Albemarle-st, St. John's-square, London, E.C. Sold by all Chemists. Price, Is 14(1, 2s 9d 4s 6d. 1022 I^TO NAME OINTMENT. JL.I This Ointment is confidentially recommended sis all old, tried, and successful remedy for scurvy.scrofula, glandular swellings, ringworm, old wounds, ulcerated legs, scald heads, blotches on the face and body, St. Autuony's tire, burns, chilblains, bruises, piles, fistula, rheumatism, bunions, Ac. It will soon heal up th.. most obstinate eruptions of the skin of every kiDLt. Please note the Trade Mark Label on each pot. ~\TO NAME PILLS. _Ll 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, ana, acting upon the secretions, < they are a truly valuable blood purifier, and nw. D J used in conjunction with the" No Name' Ointment I in any of the above diseases. ¡ Sold m pots and boxes by all chemists, price 7id, Is d, and 2s 9d each. SOLE PROPRIETOR :— J. WHITEHOUSE. 194 DERITEND, BIRMINGHAM. 1242 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 '"Highest Awarded Medal' at Liverpool, for THEIR FLANNELS, CLOTHS, SERGES, HOSIERY aud YARNS. Ask fcr TYLER'S GOODS, and buy no others. Agents in CARDIFF—Messrs HOWELL and CO., St. Mary-Street. 13607 3496 MESSRS W. H. SMITH and SON deiivsr tbe SOOTB WALES DAILY SEWS at in eariy hour each Momiagin all pans of tbe follow ngi 5CJI'WDS CARDIFF SWANSEA NEWPORT ROATH MERTHYR PORTS KEWETT C.10N ABERDARE PONTYPOOL ROAD BUlE DOCKS HEREFORD PEMBROKE DOCK BRIDGEND NEW MILFORD HAVKRFORDWBSI NEATH BRISTOL GLOUCESTER LLANELLY TEN BY ABERYSTWYTH LAMPETER CARMARTHEN ABERGAVENNY The CARDIFF TIMES also delivered every Fr day to anv address in the above mentioned Towns. ORDERS to be sent to the ftfamaftOT oi tbe:v*rions bookstalls CARDIFF. J. OSEPH PARRY, Mus. Doc. (CANTAB), LECTURER IN MUSIC AT THE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE. CARDIFF, AND MR D. MENDELSSOHN PARRY. PRIVATE LESSONS in VOICE CULTURE and SINGING. PIANOFORTE, ORGAN, and COMPOSITION, at BEETHOVEN CHAMBERS, 2 NEWPORT.ROAD (Just opposite the College), And at their private residence, CARTREF, 23, PLYMOUTH.ROAD, PENARTH. Prospectus 011 application. COLLEGE CLASSES. Harmony: Mondays at 2,7; Tuesdays at 2.30. Musical Form, for pianists and vocalists Thursdays at 2.30. Theory and sight singing, for all choir members; Mondays at 8. College Philharmonic Society Tuesdays at 8. THE LENT TERM COMMENCES ON MONDAY, JANUARY the 14TH. 1889. 13226 1134 CAR D I j) F COLLEGE. HEADMASTER. F. C. BIRKBECK TERRY, late Foundation Scholar, Ac., of St John's College, Cambridge. ASSISTANTS. W. SKINNER, M.A., late Scholar of St Catherine's College, Cambridge. E. E. KELLETT, B.A., Oxford and London, late Scholar of Wadham College, Oxford. F. S. SKINNER, A. C P. TEACHER OF FRENCH, Prof. BARBIER, South Wales University College. PREPARATORY SCHOOL. Mrs M. GERRIMH, Certificated (Government). UNUSUAL SUCCESS IN PUBLIC EXAMINATIONS. THE TERMS BEGINS ON TUESDAY, JANUARY 22ND. For full particulars apply i. j the Headmaster, The College, Dumfries-place. c780 T. CATHERINE'S, CARDIFF, A FIRST-CLASS MODERN SCHOOL FOR GIKLS, WITH KINDERGARTEN, TFCHMCAL, AND COLLEGIATE DEPARTMENTS. Excellent premises, wide curriculum, thorough teaching, moaerate and inclusive fees. Unusual suc- cass a.& public examinations. Careful preparation for the Umversity Colleges (scholarships and exhibitions of the value of £ 220 a year bage been guined). Prospectus aud application forms itoni Miss Tullis, 11. Park-place, 13612 3722 TERM BEGINS MONDAY, JANUARY 2lst. at 2.50. HARROW HOUSE HIGH SCHOOL, JLL ROATH, CARDIFF. PRINCIPALS THE MISSES MARKS. Assisted by an efficient staff of experienced Teachers. Large house, airy rooms, goott recreation ground. Prepaiation, 2.45 to 4.30. FEES (inclusive of English, French, Latin, Matbe- mati>3, Science. Drawing, Class-sin,ing, Drilling, and Needlework), £3 10s per Term. Additional Fee for Board, £7 7s per Term. RE ASSEMBLY.—Boarders, January 22nd. Day Puniis, January 23rd. 3752 KENSINGTON HOUSE, -IV. WINDSOR-PLACE, CARDIFF. BOARDING and DAY SCHOOL for GIRLS. Principals—The Misses HARVEY. 419 The Spring Term will commence JANUARY 23, 1889. QT. OLAVE:S SCHOOL FOR GIRLS k5 No. 20, WINDSOR-PLACE, CARDIFF. PRINCIPAL, Mrs PHILLIPS (Cert. Cambridge, with honours). Pupils prepartld for lucal examination". Vacancies for boarders. The NEXT TERM WILL BEGIN on MONDAY, JANUAKY 21st. Dancing classes will be resumed on Thursday, January 24th. 3232 OODBINE VILLA, KOATH-ROA D, CAKDIFF. SCHOOL FOR GIRUS. PRINCIPAL Miss WILLIAMS. Term commences on Wednesday, 23rd Ja&uiry. 392 PEK AIT H. I PREPARATORY SCHOOL FOR BOYS. HASLAND HOUSE, PENARTH, will i<E- OPEN (D.V.) Jan. 22nd, 18P9. Prospectus 011 applies- ti l to Mr JOSEPH LUGG. 878 I MAES Y CWMMEK. THE SOUTH WALES SCHOOL FOR JL GIRLS, SUMMERFIELD HALL, MAESYCWMMER, CARDIFF. PRINCIPAL—M's NICH >LLS, F.E.LS., F.S.Sc. I Gold aud Silver .M"da,llist. (l nu:r distinguished patronage, and in union with Trinity College, London, and tue Society of Science, I Arte, and Letters, London). The last three years 600 certificates, over 400 uis- tinotions, aud 3U0 special certificates have been gained from Trinity College, Royal Academy. College of Pre- ceptors, Science aud Art (London), and the Universities of Oxford, Cambridge, ann EdinburJtù also prizes from Trinity College and Science and Art (London). A bronze Hiedil fNW lJe Intejuational ttxad.)1ti')Il (Science and Art) for painting, and 46 certificates of merit for drawing, rvnting (oil and wat?r colour), and various kind", oÏ needlewon¡;. The girls have passed in as many as 12 subjects, in- cluding German, French, mathematics, drawing, paint- ing, music, book-keepirg, geometry, perspective, Botany, Acoustics, literature, and everything u vful. The Examiners ;London said:—"The work done by this school is exceedingly good and creditable to the Principal." "Arithmetic Excellent," "Scripture Excellent." £100 per annum is given in Scholarships, a.nd £103 to £11$0 ill prizes. Hundreds of testimonials from parents and pupils in all parts of the world. Fees for boarders, including tuition, prizes, scholarships aud preparation for any Umverslty Exami- nation live ¡:uine.3.><. Day pupils, one J!uinea. Aschoolto meet the times, good, cheaÐ, and comfort able."—Vide Press. 13527 2663 NEATH. "VTEATH. —PROPRIETARY SCHOOL -i. 1 Higher Education.—Application for tatnas, Ac., to Archdeacon ot Llandaff, or Headmaster, Neath. 1118 HIRWAIN. ENGINEERING SCHOOL, HIRTVAIN, GLAMORGAN. STUDIES WILL COMMENCE Feb. 12, and will include the various ladvanced banches of a tUoro:u\:b English education, together with Latin, Mathema^cs, and the principles anu practice of Sanitary Engineer- ing, Coal Mining, and Agriculture, inciuding the reclamation of waste land :'nd the economic develop- metl pi landed estates. Surveying instruments xnd d:awm room provided. Particular* may be had from the PRINCIPAL, R. MACLEOD, who has ha.d R. largo anù varied experience in the construction of engineering works, and formerly Classical and Mathematical Teacher, South-Western Acarlemy, (jlow; or from :\Ir G. PROSSER, Harris- street, Hirwaia. 392s ABERGAVENNY. J^ADIES' SCHOOL, MILFORD HOUSE. PRINCIPAL—MRS YATES. The Educational Advantages are of a superior kmd, and the establishment i" 80 conducted as ro ensure tue happiness and well-being of pupils. NKXT TERM DAY—WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 23rd, 1889. 518 CHEP.STOW. CHEPSTOW GHAilMAR SCHOOL. For Sona of Merchants and Professional Highest Education University Masters. Beautiful C01\nt..y and premise. 289 CLIFTON, BRISTOL. 1 BRISTOL.—Large prmnses. close to Downs. Lofty rooms and dormitories. Very successful in preparing pupils for all examinations Especial care for those destined for commercial life. Excellent results at Locals." Three scholarships (classical, mathematical, medical) gained this year. Science and ottier lectures during Winter Ujrms.—Head Master —Charles E. Cooper, A C.P.. F.R.G.S. 849 HIGH CLASS EDUCATION, BRIGHTON HOUSE SCHOOL, REDLAND PARK. CLIFTON. Established 1873 to provide a thoroughly good education at moderate terms. There will be four Vacancies for Boarders and a few for Day Pupils January 22nd. Names should be entered a.t once. Large premises near the Downs. The number of pupils limited to 12C (45 boarders). An excellent table kept. A good home for boarders. Large staff of efficient tutors. Four departments. Pupils admitted from eight to twenty years of age. All subjects taught. Inclusive terms. Playground, weli- titttwl workshop, gymnasium, football, hockey, cricket, and tennis clubs. Separate house as Sanatorium. Pupils sucoessfuily prepared for the Army, avy. Civil Service, Medical and Preliminary Law Examinations, as well as for those of the Universities, Oxford and Cambridge Locals, College of Preceptors, Science and Art Department; also for the Musical Examinations of the Royal Academy and Trinity Colieg«u—Prospectuses, examination successes, references, and full particulars n application to the Head Master, 3672 Mr CHARLES BIGG. ABERYSTWITH. J^RDWYN SCHOOL, ABERYSTWYTH. LONDON UNIVERSITY MATRICULATION EXAMINATION. — Success, June, 1883 :— One Honours. Five First Division, One Second Division. I Over 25 boys have passed the Matriculation from this School. — For particulars and terms apply to Rev Llewelyn Edwards, M.A. 718 B-AR-TLETT AND SON, 2 AND 3, WELSH BACK, BRISTOL. GROCERS and PROVISION DEALERS 5CALES, MILLS, and WEIGHING MACHINES, WOOD FITTINGS, SHOP FRONTS, COUNTERS, and TRADE REQUISITES. Repairs of a'l kinds. BRANCH DEPOT: BARTLETT and SON, 2893 Mill Lane, Cardiff. INVALID 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 SECRETARY, Fitzalan-square, Sheffield Established 1830. 3611—1176 (JTERILITY IN WOMUN ITS CAUSES KJ AND CURE. By J. B. RYLEY, M.D., M.R.C.S., London. A NEW EDITION of this Work, revised up to date, is NOW READY. Price 3s. bd. post free, 3*. M. London; Heary Bwuhaw, 366, StrMd. 3999 iluhlit ^nrasttitsnts. CARDIFF. GRAND THEATRE AND OPERA HOUSE, WESTGAnSTREHT, CARDIFF THE GRANDEST THEATRE IN WALES. LIGHTED ENTIRELY BY ELECTRICITY. LESSEES Messrs E. A W. JOHN. DICK HITTINGTON Is the MOST SUPERB and GORGEOUS PANTO- MIME ever produced in CARDIFF.—(Fide Press Opinions.) A Few FACTS" ABOUT the GREAT PANTOMIME, "DICK HITTINGTON." I "FACTS ARE STUBBORN THINGS." "FACTS ARE VERY HARD TO GET OVER. "FACTS ARE VERY HARD NUTS TO CRACK." BUT 'TIS A FACT. Tha.t the Misses ADA and ADDIE BLANC tiE we the P EMIERE English Burlesque Artistes of the Dav aonearing Nightly in DICK WHITTIN&TON." "A FACT" That Mr E. W. COLMAN as "IDLE I JACK" has scored the GREATEST SUCCESS ever known in Cardiff. A FACT" Tliat Mr OWEN as AIRY ANNIE is I the essence of tjccentricity and Pantomime humour. "A FACT" That Miss LUCY WESTON (The Queen of "-ong) is received Nightly Witb un. bounded applause "A FACT" That Miss NELLIE LINGARD is the most charming Princes on tbe tage. A FACT Thac MADAME CLARI'S BALLETS are themon beautiful in Cardiff. "A FACT" That is acknowledged bv all is that the SCENERY and DRESSES are SU- PERIOR to anything ever seen in Cardiff. A FACT" That THE KTHAR, AN TROUPE are the most skilful and classical Gymnasts that Itave ever aupeared in Cardiff. "A FACT" That the WHOLE COMPANY are the most TALENTED ever seen in Cardiff. A FACT" That in every RAILWAY CARRIAGE, OMNIBUS. TRAMCAR, OFFICE, and SHOP the one great topic of conversation is tb" GIGANTIC SUCCESS of" DICK WH JLTTINGTON." "A FACT" That is UNDOULTED aud UNDE- NIABLE i that hundreds are nightly unable to get ¡¡,mÎ3sion to Witness the GRAND ° PANTOMIME. DICK WHITTINGTON AND HIS CAT." NOTE-" IMITATION IS THE SINCERKST FLATTERY." I Shall Keep My Eye on You." GRAND MORNING ERFORMANCE, Saturday, February 2nd, at 2 p.m. Children Half-price. SPECIAL THEATRE TRAINS. Box Plan at Thompson and Shackell's (Limited). Telephone No. 5ll. Doors open at 6.33; Performance at 7 o'clock. po 0 <E*nirsians. JQREAT WESTERN RAILWAY. I FAST EXPRESS TRAINS are run DAILY (Sundays excepted) in conjunction with the London and North Western ltailway,via the SHREWSBURY" and HERE- FORD LINE between CARDIFF and LIVERPOOL, MANCHESTER, CHESTER, CARLISLE, GLASGOW, EDINBURGH, and the NORTH of ENGLAND and SCOTLAND generally, leaving CARDIFF at J*.2o a m., 3.55, a; d 7.15 p.m. By trains connecting with this serYice to and from LLANELLY, SWANSEA, NEATH, BRIDGEND, CHELTENHAM, GLOUCESTER, a.nd other stations, the time occupied between SOUTH WALES and the NORTH is MATERIALLY REDUCED. THROUGH CARRIAGES tun from CARDIFF, and THROUGH PARKS are in operation between all principal stations. 3736 BY LAMBERT, General Manager. ^3ttbiu;itians. To the Young men of Bnjri&nd who suffer from Nervous Debility, Just Published, nlHE CONFESSIONS AND EXPERI. I X ENCE OF AN INVALID, I Designed as a. Warning and a Caution to others sup- plying at the same time the rnems of SELF-CURE, by ODe WHO botS cllre(1 hiniseli. after undergoing the usual amount of Medical Imposition and Quackery. Single Cot ies may be had (post free) by sending a stamped addressed envelope to the author, ARTHUR DIXON, Esq., HOUNSLOW. near LONDON. 3432135951 A BERTHA W jpEBBLE LIME COMPANY, LIMITED, £ <ARDIFF. POSTAL ADDREFS. CARDIFF, SOUTH WALES. TKLEGBAPIIIC ADDRESS.ABERTHAW, CARDIFF. WOOKS :— PORT OF ABERTHAW, GLAMORGAN- SHIRE. HEAD OFFICE AND DEPOT:— CANAL BANK EAST, CARDIFF. REGISTERED OFFICES WESTGATE CHAMBERS, CARDIFF, J. E. GUNN. SECRET ART. DEPOTS. LONDON, CARDIFF, DUBLIN, NEWPORT, LIVERPOOL, SWANSEA, NEATH, LLANKLLY, PEMBROKE DOCK. THIS LIST WILL BE EXTENDED, AND INQUIRIES ARE INVITED, STEPHEN COLLIER, Jun., MANAGING DIRECTOR. JJ YDRAULIC QEMENT .A. 'L7 MANUFACTURERS. 3867 I STIFF'S SiARCiA. Sola in 10. ficture Boxes. | o in 5Ib Packets. gTlFF'S STARCH. CIW sTAPXH. KD For Col ars KD For Col ars STIFF'S STARCH. For Wtist,bands. I Q For Shirt Fronts (JTIFF'S STARCH, For Cuits. CI TOE'S STARCH. For Lace. )0 For Linen. «TIFF'S STAKC11. &g £ Si. OTIFFS STARCH. o Note the Caution Label STIFF'S STARCH. Observe the Trade Mark "J Sola by Grocers. o ESTJ.BUSHJW,,818. ^TIFF'S STARCH. W*°fSri 13615 2300 LOCKYER'S SULPHUR HAIR RESTORER. LOCKYER'S SULPHUR HAIR JLJ RESTORER THE SUREST. THE SAFEST. THE BEST. THE CHRA PEST. LOCKYER'S SULPHUR HAIR RESTORER produces a perfectly natural colour The gradual change is certain, and for removing scurf, beautifying aud cleansing the hair, causing it to grow wherever thin, Lockyer's is unrivalled.—Large pottles, Is 6d. Sold everywhere. DELLAR'S CORN PLASTERS.—Boxes Is lid and 2s 9d each. The Corn Plasters are a certain cure for hard or soft corns, they completely dry up and eradicate painful corns; the Bunion Plasters a proved remedy for bunions and enlarged toe joints. Sold by all chemists. Be careful Dellar's Plasters are supplied- RESPLENDENT IVOR. LIKE TEETH.—To make sure of these, CRACROFT*S ARECA NUT TOOTH PASTE is necessary. It dislodges tartar, thorougbly poli5he;¡ the enamel, perfectly cleanses the teeth, hardens the gums, is astringent, aromatic, and deliciollsin flavour. Cracroft's Paste ensures a tine set of Leeth. olù everywhere. Pots is each, DEAFNESS, Noises in the Ears, etc.— t Dellar's ESSENCE FOR DEAFNESS has proved an extraordinary remedy. It always relieves, generally cures, and is strongly recommended by thousands who have derived benefit. It is quite harmless.—Sold in Bottles, Is 1,d and 2s 9d each, by all Chemists. ULPHOLINE SOAP is a delicately ^J refined, chemically pure soap, intended for general use, but specially by those endowed with sensitive skins. For washing at all times, and bringing the skin to a soft, pliable, healthy condition, Sul- sensitive skins. For washing at all times, and bringing the skin to a soft, pliable, healthy condition, Sul- pholine Soap holds the first place. Its odour is very pleasant, and the soap is not expensive. Tablets, ód each. 1063 WHO IS YOUR BILLPOSTER at W Aberdare? MICHAEL PAINE, Billposter, Distributor, and Advertising Agent, 251 Cardiff-street, Aberdare, rents the principal posting-stations in l Aberdare and district. Contracts made quarterly or yearly. Good accommodation for travellers, Ac. Also agent for Guion aad Co. Mail Steamers. 33lQ 130M v ^public :¡\.mnstttttnts. CARDIFF. rjlHEATRE ROYAL. LEssEE AND MANAGER„ Mr EDWARD FLETCHER ACTING MANAGER Mr JOHN SHERIDAN In consequence of previous important engagements, LAST NIGHTS OF THE MAGNIFICENT EASTERN PANTOMIME, ¡ Y L A D D I N AND HIS WONDERFUL LAMP. I WEDNESDAY, JAN. 30tb. i BENEFIT OF MR E. V. CAMPBFLL (Clown). MARVELLOUS SPECIAL ATTRACTIONS. THURSDAY, JAN. 31, BENEFIT OF MISS ALICE SPRY. ■' FRIDAY, FEB. 1, 1 SPECIAL PATRONAGE NIGHT. SATURDAY, FEB. 2. BENEFIT OF MR JOHN HENDERSON. Twas in Trafalgar's Bay." EVERY EVENING EVERY EVENING. I THE SPLENDID ROYAL P ANTOMIM i, ALADDIN, A LADDIN. j THEATR ROYAL. MONDAY, FEBRUARY 4TH. First Appearance in Cardiff of the Beautiful and Eminent Actress, jyjISS ALLEYN, And the Famous Alleyn-Benai J Classic Drama and Comedy Company. Box Plan new ready at Thompson A Shackell's, limited. HHAYLEURE'S CIRCUS, WESTGATE- JL STREET. BY SPECIAL DESIRE, RED RIDING HOOD WILL BE REPEATED THIS WEEK. IMPORTANT ENGAGEMENT FOR SIX NIGHTS. Onlvanrl First Visit to this Towc of MESSRS DEARLOVE AND WRIGHT. Return Engagement of Cardiff's Old Favourite, PHILL RAYMOND. ALL NEW ACT*3 IN THE ARENA. The whole to conclude with the laughable entitled THE ROYAL PALACE IN AN UPROAR. Next Wee. J. DAPBY, CHAMPION JUMPKR OF THE WORLD. Prices of Admiss.on :— 5s, 2s, Is, and 6d. Half-price to all parts at Nine o'clock. GRAND ILLUMINATED DAY PERFORMANCES EVERY SATURDAY AT 2.30. 3245 EXHIBITION BUILDINGS, CARDIFF. UNDER DISTINGUISHED PATRONAGE GREAT AMATEUR OPEN PEDESTRIAN TOURNAMENT, The Track heats record. The Prizes beat record. The I Ent:i»- beat recotd. The Sport will beat record. SATURDAY, 18 HOURS GO-A^-YOU-i-LEASE, JAN. 2ti. TO I 3 Hours each night, 1st, 2nd, aud FRIDAY, Feb. 1. j 3rd PRIZES. Trp^uv'i i'A HALF-MILE RUNNING COM- WFnVKSDAY PETITION IN HEATS, !fn 29 A 2nd PRIZES. TUT iv a- A QUARTEK-MILE RUNNING" rninn L COMPETITION IN HEATS, f v 1st and 2nd PRIZES "na teD' L' Also FINAL GO-AS-YO U-PLEASF.. SATURDAY, j SEVEN BIG EVENT"—See I Feb. 2. Programmes. KACKE'EN IX G, E. THO MAS wiL go througFa- Marsellons Performance against time For particulars see bills. Entries taken up to the I nisht preceding each event at the Exhibition. Manager, W. Holmes. Do *•« Open at 6.30 \,en on the Track at Seven o'clock. ADMISSION, SIXPENCE. Time-keeper, Mr spiriaion, Jeweller, Duke-street, maker of the reliable stop wauh. 3995 J^OUPv DAYS' EXHIBITION ONLY. FOUR DAYS' EXHIBITION ONLY. THE RESTING-PLACE OF LORD IDUESLEIGH. STUDIO EXHIBITION OF DRAWINGS AND SKETCHES. Views on the Coast of Cornwall, De., and Yorkshire, by THOMAS F.S.A. Exhibited at the iioval Academy, Grosver.'ji Gallery, Ac., and painter, by speci'tl permission cf the Govern- tner'. of the late King Victor Emmanuel amongst the Clllssic3.1 Ruins of Ancient Koine. | Also, a COLLECTION of VIEWS in NORWAY, painted on the spot by SYDNEY E. HART. WILL nPEN ON WEDNESDAY XRXT, Jan. 30 and ;)1, and Feb. 1 (lour days), at the j Fine An Gallery of Mr P. W. TOMLIN (s'tcre.-wr to Ircst and Keed), ) 4, DUKE-STliEET, CARDIFF. 4121 Admission by Address Card Open from 10 tili 5. I 3Ui.1:. •y^rH^E SH A LL V. E DINE ? ¡ AT THF I TDHILHARMONIC RESTAURANT, I ST. MARY. STREET, CARDIFF, Which is now the Best Mai^ged Restaurant in the Principality. The Comforts of RESIDENTS AND VISITORS DINING I FROM HOM3 I Will in future be Carefuiiy Studied, and the Coffee. room Mnu ple8<nts all Elaborate Varie<y. combined with Strict EC0nomy. TABLE IYBOTE FROM ONE TO THREE DAILY. Recherche Cuisine lor MASONIC BANQUETS. DINNERS, SUPPERS, &c. 3996 GEO. CHAMBERLAIN, Manager INNEIIS, 21 and 22, Broadmead. Plain Tea, 3d; or Breakfast, Meat via Bread. 4d. Good Bads, Is an i Is t>d. 125S I E X H I B r I ION. R. J. HYATH AND SONS I Have bw awarded the I ONLY SILVER MEDAL I FOR pI AKO FORTES. TL? HIGHEST AWARD TO ANY FIRM IN I MONMOUTHSHIEE OR WALES. R. J HBtvH ASD Sors- 51, QUEEN STREET. < QARDIFF. I R. J. H. A Sens L .ve just oeen appointed Sole Agents in this district for the celebrated Pianos by Steiuway A Sons, New S:i3: ot:)-5 j BLANCHWORTH POULTRY FARM CO., DURSLEY, GLOUCESTEIiSE'RK. SPECIAL OFFER Or PURL-BRED POULTRY, DUniNC THIS MONTH ONLY Cockereis and Pullets at prices ranging fron. 5" to 78 bd and 10s bd each, according to age. Clearing out Surplus Stock .n order tu introduce fresh blood. All orders booked strictly in rotation. I Our sole Terms are Cash with order. 3s39 TO NERVOUS SUFFERERS. Just Published, a gratuitous Edition of a New and Valuable Medical Work, entitled, HOW TO ENSURE HEALTH. LI Or, the "CONFIDENTIAL FRIEND," By J. A. BARNES M.D. (U.S.) This book should be read by everyone, youac Or old, married or single. It teaches HOW TO AVOID DISEASE I HOW TO REGAIN HEALTH HEALTH A SOCIAL SCIENCE T>EP>G a TREATISE on the LAWS GOVERNING JUt „ ™I^TTan? CAUSES, SYMPTOMS, an« TK.KAIMKIS 1 oi all diseases depending 011 exhaustion of nervous vitality, such as nervous debility, mental t ana physical depression, palpitation of the heart, noises In the head and ears, indecision, impairea sight ana memory, indigestion, prostration, lassitude, de. pression of spirits, loss of eners- aud appetite, pains in j the bacK and limbs, timidity, self-distrust, dizziness I love of solitude, groundless fears, and many other ail- j mentswh ch. if neglected, bring the sufferers to an early Hints on Chroaic Rheu- matism. Go. 'Amio Epilepsy, Hysteria, and al' j disease> nervous "^nentarv system. The Anptjndix to this valuable work contains manv useful PRESCRIPTIONS for the alleviation of ing and the cure of minor disorders, with full insf,. tions for their preparation and use. Contains also some friendly advice on Hveiene THE WAY TO PRESERVE HEALTH Illustrated by numerous testimonials from e;rate:ti. i patients who have been restored to nealrh through tb" S author's instrumentality. | Sent post free for 2 stamps or by letter post stamps. I Also a descriptive pamphlet on the functions disorders peculiar to the female sex, by the ? urn' I author, entitled. THE FEMALE'S FRIEND and ADVISER, -JdPED^ENVELOPE °" &iCCEU"' Address J. A. BARNES, M.D. U.S.), 4E, Lonsda. Barnsbury, London, N.. ™™RTANT TO INVALIDS. T CONSULTATION BY LETTER FREE. A N £ ED ADVICE ON MATTERS OF H,if unable to have a personal interview I should at once send fuli particulars of the c.se by ■n' *?noiosing stamped envelope for reply; thl*. will receive immediate answer, with advice and fnll instructions how to obtain a oerfect cure Hundreds of lives have been saved and health fully restored b\ correspondence only. Address J. A. BARNES, M.D. (U.S.), 48, Lonsdale- square Barnsbury. London. N 100 ILL-POSTING AT NEWPORT, MON. J. DE REES, 180 COMMERCLAL-ROAD. NEWPOH j BILL-POSTER and DELIVERER for TOWN and COUNTRY Rents all the principal Hoardings in Newpor Ac. Wore executed witb oespweb 1009 linsiness ^Stresses. J^EMN ANTS, REMNANTS, rjlHURSDAY Tr, 31st., 1889, AND FOLLOWING DAYS, OWELL AND (J 0 MPA NY ti WILL CLEAR OUT ALL JJEMNANTS AND QDDMENT3 ACCUMULATED DURING THEIR J^ECENT GREAT SAL JJOWELL AND 0OMPANY, THE CARDIFF DRAPERS, CARDIFF. 4130 rpHREE YEAI's' gYSTENT rjlHREE SYSTEM ptAJsOFORTES BY BROAD WOOD JpiANOFORTES BY COLLA RD. pIANOFORTES BY BRINSMEAD. JpiANOFORTES TNEUMEYERj JpiANOFORTES BY KIRKMAN. pIANOFORTES BY ERARD, AND ALL THE LEADING MAKERS FROM 10s. MONTHLY Until Paid fof- after wl..dl, and Without .HY Farther Chat e whatever, the instrument bcoiuea the Property oi the Hirer rjlHOMPSON AND jgHACKFLL, LIMITED QUEEN'S MUSIC WAREHOUSE, CAR?-IFF. rjp.HOM^SON AND 8HACKELL LIMITED, 32, CASTLE-ST;: I-1:1. SWAN -EA rjTOOIIPSON AND ^HAOKEII, LIMTTED, 113, HIGH-STREET, MERTHYR; fjpKOMPSON AND gHACKKLL LIMITED, 55, NEWPORT; ALSO AT GLCUCESTEK, PENARTH, AND PONTYPRIDD. THE RJLHKEE Y"EAP*S' SYSTEM Was first introduced into South Wales by THOMPSON AND ^HACKELL upw.'ds of twentj years ago, nince wÍtlch 1.me many thousands Gí homes llaue been ren- dered happy by the possession -if & Musical struir on such easy ) arms. The Month)" Payments are so low tbat there needb II" hcus6 wi„nout a PIANO, AMI: die AN ORGAN, OR HARMONTUaa rpHOMPSON AND gHACKF LIMITED, ST Are always pieasea to send 1 ill Particular', 4 DeBcri;>tiv6 Pamphlet, Pho.aphs A the Net, Styles, Ac reEl post, on the applicatir j of a intcnaing j urcna-er. DISCOUNT CASH. The most liberal Discount allowed V. C. "1 iuy, and aiarge number oi SECOND-"AND P!A>roy always in-Stock tl] ve;ect froir- at. s bj-t HALF X RICE. rjIFOMPSON AND gHACKECJi LIMITED CARDIFF, SWANS' NTWPCRT, MERTHYR, GLOUCESTER. PENARTH, 1047 169e AM) PONTYFRIQ3V W E. VAXGHAN AND CO.. STEAM-POV.-TSR DYER-S. FRENCH CLEANERS, & LLAND AIF-R JAJ > OAR^IFP. BrANCH ESTABLISHMENTS "I"'F STREET j CJUv^lF*. n, WINDSOR-liOAO. FEN.4_iTH. 55, COMMERCIAL-STREET. NEWPORT. 33, HIGH-STREET, MERTHYR. 27, CASTLE-STRFKT, SWANSEA arcels Received and Forwarded Rerula.vly to ¡a by the loilowiug District Ajrents •— A jeravon Mrs Morgan, Talbot sq'ia;, Aberda.re Mrs Eschie, Commercial-pl.ice Aberkenfle .MrW. H. Hitchings, Grocer Blaei'avon Mr J. Harris, London House ^f1*. ^rs A- Wotton, Hi, Hinh-streH Bria^erd >*Woodward, Grocer, Nolton-stieC* Briton Ferry.Mr D. L Jones, >T.lier.street 1 ynmawr Mrs Hicks, Beaufort Houst- Cvwbridge.. Miss Griffiths, Reo isitory Llardilo Mr J. LocKvei, Corn, y Preis Maestep; Mr T. Davies, Grocer Casti. street Na. tyn;oel „Mr E. David, Cauibrian Ntyianu Messrs Biudiec.^mbe, L ndon Howe Pembroke Dock, M. S. Cole, 10. Dimun^-street Rhondda Mi J. H. Thomas, Taj.or, Porth St. Davids V. Levws. 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Wr V-4TJGHAN AND °°> DYERS, ARE CELEBRATED FOE CLOTHES and DRRSS CLEANING by tRENCH PROCESS, producing Per- manent colours, a superior tbic1:, moderate c:.f.rg and promptnes- 1 disn^vcb IQ,,Q NOT I C E -uding that certain rival Machines have had to 'rt to making public statements which ai open to we bet to announce with pleasure that weaie Ahead, the GOLD MEDAL at tht Cardiff baving been awarded to the <?:M.INGTON STANDARD TYPEWRITER (THE KING Or TYPEWRITERS) FOR DURABILITY, AND MANIFOLDING QrJ.LITI8S.8 SOLE PROPRIETORS AND MAN t FACT uit uus Y^yckoff. i^EAMANSA J^ENEDICI 100, Oril CEOHURCK-STREET, LONDON, EC. For Particulars appl) to Mr GEOlWE TRAVIS. or to Messrs W & F. MORGAN, 50, Piantagenet-street, Clare-street 5503 CARDIFf. 13603 BRISTOL. 1008. Will be J?aid.. to any person T-ho, -*L by umr GOLDMANN "OOTH V/ATKR, is again troubled with toothache.-S, Goidmann and Co., Dresden, ro be oouined genuine from Mr J. MUNDAY, CHE.vllsT, H.ghXet, Cardiff Per bootIe, Is 6d by post. is SJ 40-1178 TOWLE'S PENNYROYAL ana PILLS i OR FEMALES quickly correct all irregu ajTttessnareuevetheriisr-^ssingsvmp&omsso preTi;ieru with the sex. Boxes, Ls xAd ami 2s 9d, of ail chcmist}> Sent acywbere for 15 o* 34 stamps, by The i^mcciu and Miaiana Counties Drug Gu., Uncolu,— £ ewar* of