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Shipping Notices* ryfyr i CARDIFF AND BORDEAUX The CARDIFF STEAMSHII -iiM JMimA £ COM PA N Y'S FIRST CLASS SCRRW ^'■^■■■^STEAMERS will sail all follows:— DORDOGNE- Cardiff for Bordeaux April 25 OIRONDE Bordeaux for Cardiff May 1 With poods and passengers. FaT Rates of freight, Ac., apply to Messrs Jno. Whit ham and Sons, Agents, 2, Rue Lafayette, Bordeaux; and at the Offices of the Company, ol, Mount stnart- Iqnare, Cardit. 1071 9481 HOOPER. CAMPBELL & CO.. Managers. AMERICAN L I N K. /Hfr(Q\ UNITED STATES MAIL JmiJOLtr STEAMER*. LIVERPOOL TO PHILA- DELPHIA EVEltY WEDNESDAY. Passengers and goods landed at Philadelphia on the Wharf of the Pennsylvania Railroad. The shortest, nn.) best route to the West. For farther particulars apply to RICHARDSON, SPENCE, A CO., 19and 22, Water.street, Liverpool. C. J. CCDLIPP, Caotle. road, Cardiff JONES BROS. and Co., Bute Docks, Cardilf, and at Dock- street, Newport; 5. J. DAYIES, 9, Edward-place Cardiff; TILNEY apd Co., Abertillery; J. MORGAN, Post Office Pontypool J. THOMAS, Tredegar W. i. H. AUSTIN, Neath.road, Landore A. DAVIES, 21, Meckau-street, Pontlottyn ELIZABETH DAVIS, 52, Pontmorlais. Merthyr AUSTIN ^II.COCHS, Swansea JAMES RORERTS, South Wales Emigration Office, Pontypridd; A. H. THOMAS, Church-street, Blaina; and W. H. HITCHINGS, Agent, Aberkenfig 1016 INMAN LINE ROYAL MAIL STEAMERS. JL INMAN & INTERNATIONAL STEAMSHIP CO., LTD. IIVERPOOL to NEW YORK every WEDNESDAY. Calling at Queenstown every Thursday. Apply to RICHARDSON, SPENCE, & CO., 12, Water-street, Liverpool or to S. J. Davies, 9, Edward's-place, Queen-st, Cardiff; T. C- Howe and Co., Steamship Brokers, Cardiff C. J. Cudlipp, Castle-road, Cardiff; Wm. Edwards, Hill Side House, Caerphilly; C. H. Perkins, 17, Somerset-place, Swansea J. Mor- gan, 9, St. George-street, Swansea Austin & Sil- sock's, Swansea; T. H. Amstin, Neath-road, Landore; J L. Bowen, Lawrence-street, Llanelly Josiah Danes, Great Western House, Llanelly H. Lewis, Old Market- itreet, Neath J. Roberts, Pontypndd. 3865 EMIGRATION TO QUEENSLAND BY STEAMER. FREE PASSAGES are granted to FEMALE SER. VANTS, Housemaids, Laundresses, Cooks, Ac., of food character, between 17 and 35 years of age, on payment of £1 for ship kit, and fare to depot in Lon- don, all of whom are in great demand in the Colony, tod receive wages from B20 to B50 per annum, and board and lodging, A* experienced Matron accom- panies each steamer, and, on arrival, passengers are received into the Government depot free of cast. Assisted passages are also granted to approved females, such as nurses, seamstresses, etc., and to labourers whose labour is connected with the land, such as ploughmen, gardeners, miners, navvies. 'I Forms of application, rates of passage, hand- books, and all other information may be obtained on Application to THE AGENT.GENERAL FOR QUEENSLAND, 1, Westminster Chambers, 3873 Victoria-street, London, S.W.; Or to OWEN MORGAN, Ashgrove, TREFOREST. JAMES S. DENNIS, Market-street, TREDEGAR. All persons who pay their own passages to the Colony should apply for LAND ORDER WARRANTS, Forms and particulars to be obtained from the Shipping Firm" booking the passengers, or from the Agent-General for Queensland. 4830 fguil&iua n,tttie5. OUTH 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 _L BUILDING SOCIETY. — Offices, Glebeland House, Merthyr Tydfil.—Established 1872. Incorporated 1874.—Liberal Advances (£100 to £lO,OCO).,Easy Re. payments in 3 to 17 years. Favourable Redemption Terms—Utmost ecrecy-Loans on Huildin¡;p;8 in pro- gress—No Management Charges. DISTRICT AGENTS — Cardiff and Penarth, Mr J. Holloway. 12, Queen's Chambers Cardiff; Cadoxton and Barry, Mr Lewis Lewis, Quarrella-screet, Cadox- ton; Abertillery and District, Mr W. B. Harrison, Abertillery; Newport and District, Mr H. A. Goodman, Architect, Newport; Sieansea, Mr H. C. Higman, 101. Oxford-street, Swansea Pontypridd and Rhondda, Mr H. Porcher, Pontypridd; Carmarthenshire, Mr Isaac Phillips, Burry Port, R.S.O; Tredegar and EblJw Mr J. D. Thomas. Aeron Villa, Rhymney. 1058 Mr PETER WILLIAMS, Secretary. THE MONMOUTHSHIRE AND JL SOUTH WALES PERMANENT BENEFIT BUILDING SOCIETY. H. J. PARNALL. Esq., J.P., Chairman. RESERVE & CONTINGENT FUNDS :-£6,934 12s. ADVANCES On Freehold or Leasehold Securities. Easy Repayments. INVESTING OR PAID-UP SHARES (interest 5 per cent. yearly and bonus). DEPOSITS may be made daily, interest payable half- yearly at 4? per cent. Short notice of withdrawals. 3 3 F. J. HEYBYRNE, Secretary. 175, COMMERCIAL-STREET. NEWPORT. 4773 Snsurancr. YORK LIFE JNSURANCE QOMPANY; ESTABLISHED 1845. CONDUCTED UNDERTHË OFFICIAL SUPER- VISION OF THE INSURANCE DEPARTMENT OF THE GOVERNMENT OF THE STATE OF NEW YORK. REPORTS DEPOSITED ANNUALLY WITH THE BOARD OF TRADE IN GREAT BRITAIN, IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE "LIFE ASSURANCE COMPANIES' ACT,1870," CHIEF OFFICE FOR GREAT BRITAIN AND IRELAND 76 77, CHEAPSIDE, LONDON. For Agency, Prospectus, &c., apply to BRANCH OFFICE: BRISTOL CHAMBERS, NICHOLAS-STREET, BRISTOL 3634 W, H. COULTAS, DISTKICT MANAGER. Jublicattous. To the Young men of England who suffer from Nervous Debility. Just Published, HPHE CONFESSIONS AND EXPERI- X ENCE OF AN INVALID, Designed as a Warning and a Caution to others sup. plying at the same time the means of SELF-CURE, by one who has cured himself, after undergoing the usual amount of Madical Imposition and Quackery. Single Copies may be had (post free) by sending a stamped addressed envelope to the author, ARTHUR DIXON, Esq., HOUNSLOW, near LONDON. 4975-13687 TJARTLETT AND GON, 2 AND 3, WELSH BACK, BRISTOL. GROCERS' and PEOvISiONI>EALEi^- SCALES, MILLS and WEIGHING MACHINES, WOOD FITTINGS. SHOP FRO MS, COUNTERS, and TRADE REQUISITES. Repairs of all kinds. BRANCH DEPOT BARTLETT & SON, 4450 Mill-iane, Cardiff, < JJ*OR THE BLOOD IS THE LIFE.' CLARKE'S WORLD-FAMED BLOOD MIXTURE. Trade Mark—" Blood Mixture. THE GREAT BLOOD PURIFIER AND RESTORER SKIN DISEASES, Eruptions, Blotches, Ulcera ted Sore Legs, Old Sores, Glandular Swellings Cancerous Ulrs,Spots, Pimples. Pustules Hoils, 4fe,rbuncles, Ringworms, Scald Heads, Sore Eyes, Erysipelas, Itch, Scurfs, Discolorations of the Skin, Humours and Diseases of the Skin of what- ever name and nature, are literally carried out of the system in a short time by the use of this world-famed medicine THOUSANDS OF TESTIMONIALS FROM ALL PARTS. Carlton, near Nottingham, February 27. 1883 ,'Messrs the Midland Aunties Drug Company, Lincoln. "Gentlemen,—Some ten years ago my wife became lame with ulcerated legs. 1 tned every recommenda- tion for a cure, and also a large number of doctors (some of them very clever men with diseases of this kind), but to no effect. After being m this state for betwixt five and six years, I determined to try your Blood Mixture as a last resource, as she at that time appeared to be at death's door and had to be put to bed, having no uso in her legs and I am thankful to say, after taking 13 of your small bottles she experienced a perfect cure. This is now four years ago since the cure was effected, and there is no sign of the complaint returning. I may add that it had cost us scores of pounds trying one remedy after another previous to taking your invaluable medicine, for which I return you my sincere thanks.—I am, gentlemen, yours grato fully, C. S. P.S.—You may make what use of the above you think fit, but in the event of advertising it kindly keep back my name. You can, however, refer any one making private inquiries to my addre3s as follows :— C. S., Midland Station, Carlton, near Nottingham. IMPORTANT ADVICE TO ALL.—Cleanse the vitiated blood whenever you find it impuri. ties bursting through the skin in pimples, erup- tions, or sores cleanse it when you find it ob structed and sluggish in the veins; cleanse it when it is foul, and your feelings will tell you when. Keep the blood pure, and the health of the system will follow. As this Mixture is pleasant to the taste, and warrantee free from anything injurious to the most delicate constitution of either sex, the pro- prietors solicit sufferers to give it a trial to test its value. CLARKE'S WORLD-FAMED BLOOD MIXTURE Is sold in Bottles, 2s 9d each, and in containin six times the quantity at 11s each—sufficient to effect permanent cure in the great majority of long-standin cases—by all Chemists and Patent Medicine Vendor throughout the world, o. sent on receipt of 33 or 132 stamps by the Proprietor. 1006 THE LINCOLN AND MIDLAND COUNTIES DRUG COVPANV, Lincoln. TRADE MARK—" BLOOD MIXTURE. SWANSEA OFFICE OF THE » "SOUTH WALES DAIL1 NEWS," No. 2, COLLEGE-STREET. All orders from NEWSAUNTSwill receive prompt attention, and be executed upon the same terms as from the Chief Office. The DAILY delivered to subscribers early every morning in any part of the town. ADVERTISEMENTS received np to Seven o'clock will secure insertion in the next morning's issne of the DAILY lSEWS 2$111£5 by ^nxtion. A OCTTÓN 4 PPOINTMBNTS. Mr c; F. BLAKELEY. Crops, at Llydyadyway Farm, near Hay May 2 Meadow Pasture, <cfc., near Hay May 2 Mr W. BRADLEY. Butcher's Plant, at Cardiff May 2 Household Furniture, &c.. at Cardiff .May 3 Messrs TltEGrERTHEN DUNN & CO. Steamship Shares, at Cardiff 2 Belgian Merchant, Iron, &c.t at Cardiff xVIay 6 Freehold Mineral Properties, at Cardiff May 25 Messrs FULLER, HORSEV, SONS, & CASSELL. Ironworks, &c., at London May 22 Waterside Premises, at London ■ • May 22 Messrs GOTTWALTZ & JiOWRING. Furniture, Paintings, &c.. at Oardiff May 2 and 3 Sale of Cws, etc.. at Cardiff May 4 Leasehold Property, at Cardiff May 13 Valuable Horses, at Cardiff May 14 Dwelling-Houses, Land, <fcc., at Cardiff May— Messrs WILLIAM GRAHAM, SON, & HITCHCOX. Properties, at Newport May 29 Messrs JOHN F. HARVEY and CO' Leasehold Property, at Waunarlwydd .May 2 Messrs H. HILL and CO. Furniture, at London House Rooms. Swansea ..May 3 Dwelling-house, at Waunarlwydd May 7 Furniture, Oil Paintings, &c„ at Swansea May 8 Mr RICHARD E. HUGHES. Household Furniture, etc at Morriston May 3 Messrs JAMES and JAMES. Oak Poles, &c., at Clvdach May 8 „ Mr JOHN DANIEL JONES. Freehold Farm- atNeweastle Kmlyn ^♦June — Messrs K EN N ARD & CO, House Furniture, etc., at Cardiff May 2 Messrs JOHN M. LtiEDER and SON. Residential Property, &c.. at Swansea May 14 Mr HENRY LEWIS. Leasehold Properties, at Ystrad May 2 Leasehold Hotel and Premises, at Landore. May 8 Messrs J. G. MADDOX and CO. Jewellery, &c., at Cardiff May 2 & 3 Sale of Furniture at Rooms. May 4 Leasehold Property, at Rooms May 4 Lace Curtains, etc., at Rooms May 6 & 7 Messrs PARSONS & ROBJlfiNT Building and Mineral Properties, at Cardiff May 25 Messrs STEPHENSON and ALEXANDER Horses, Ac., at Thorn Hill, near Cardiff May 2 Shropshire Down Fat Sheep, at Cowbridge .May 7 Residential Property, at Cardiff May 7 Leasehold Properties, at Valuable Estate, at Bridgend 25 Plant, Machinery, Railways, &c., at Maesteg ..May — Freehold Land, at Cardiff .June 1 Freehold Property, at Cardiff .June 1 Messrs STRAKKR and SON. Cattle, Sheep, &c.. at Maindiff Court.May 2 and 3 Messrs JOHN THOMAS & MORGAN. Letting ot Land, at Pontypridd May 2 Grass and Pasture Land, Berwerdy Farm -May 2 Mr JOHN THOMAS. Furniture, Books, etc., at St Quintin's .May 2 and 3 Live Stock, at Cowbridae May 7 Messrs J. HOWELL THOMAS CO. Live Stock &c., at Vstalyfera May 7 Mr JOHN YOUNG. Farm and Lands, at Newport May 15 u SALE THIS DAY7 NEW HOUSE, THORN HILL, NEAR CARDIFF. MESSRS TEPHINON and ALEX- ANDER are instructed by William Cubitt, Esq. (who is giving up these premises), to SELL by AUCTION, without reserve, at New House, on THURSDAY, the 2nd of May next, the following HORSES, CARRIAGES, HARNESS, SADDLES, AND BRIDLES, Together with the OUTDOOR EFFECTS; also a PORTION of the HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE. HORSES.—Bay Gelding, by Hydromel," 15 3, seven years old bred in Pembrokeshire has carried a lady. Meath," Bay Gelding, 16 hands quiet in single and double harness. CARRIAGE S.—Pair-horse Landau, by Peters, London; in excellent condition, Private Omnibus, with removeable head, to seat six and carry luggage; in good condition very excellent park phseton. Dog-cart, suitable or a cob; and pony gig, suitable for a pony 12 or 13 hands. HARNESS, &C—Three Sets of Plated Harness, Two Gentlemen's Saddles, Two Ladies Diuto, several Bridles, and the whole of the Stable Appliances. A large Fowl-house, a Cross-bred Cow in full milk, having recently calved together with the whole of the Outside Effects. Also a portion of the Household Furniture, Dairy Utensils, and other miscellaneous articles. Sale at Two o'clock in the Afternoon punctually. Details in catalogues, to be obtained upon applica- tion to the Auctioneers, Cardiff. 5652 SALE THIS DAY. DUKE-STREET AUCTION-ROOMS, CARDIFF. BY ORDER OF THE TRUSTEES. IN BE THE HATTON GARDEN WHOLESALE DIAMOND MERCHANTS' ASSOCIATION, LATE OF 174, REGENT-STREET. IMPORTANT SALE of VALUABLE DIAMONDS, RUBIES, EMERALDS, PEARLS, SAPPHIRES, and other precious stones, lS-carat gold jewellery, gold watches. MESSRS J. G. MADDOX & CO. are favoured with instructions to SELL by AUC- TION, within their Rooms, on THURSDAY and FRIDAY, May 2nd a.nd 3rd, 1889, commencing at 11 a.m and 3 p.m. each day, the above important and valuable stock of COSTLY JEWELLERY. Valued at £20,000, consisting of 400 lota, comprising eTery description of personal oruament8. Catalogues may be had on Bpplication to the Auc. tioneers, 25, Duke-street, Cardiff. b638 NOTICE TO PARTIES FURNISHING. DUKE-STREET AUCTION ROOMS, CARDIFF. POSTPONEMENT OF SALES TO SATURDAY, MAY 4TH, 1889, Commencing at Two o'clock precisely. OWING TO THE GREAT SALES OF JEWELLERY taking place at the Rooms this week, THE USUAL WEEKLY SALES of TUESDAY and THURSDAY will be POSTPONED as above, Goods intended for this sale can be included up to Friday next, and are on view morning of sale. 1111 J. G. MADDOX and CO.. Auctioneers. SALE OF ELIGIBLE LEASEHOLD PROPERTY (By Order of the Owner), AT THE DUKE-STREEI AUCTION ROOMS, CARDIFF, ON SATURDAY, MAY TH, 1889, AT 7 P.M. PRECISELY. IVfESSRS J. G. MADDOX and CO. are XfX instructed toSlCLLby PUBLIC AUCTION, all above (subject to conditions to be read at sale), three nearly new LEASEHOLD MESSUAGES. OR DWELLING- HOUSES. being Nos. 78, 80, and 82, Cairns-street, Cathays, all let to respectable tenants at 6; 6d each per week. The greater portion of the purchase money can remain on mortgage. For furthei particulars see posters, or apply to the Auctioneers, 25, Duke-street, Cardiff. 5799 SALE THIS DAY. SALE OF STEAMSHIP SHARES AT THE EXCHANGE, MOUNT STUART. SQUARE, CAKDIFF, ON THURSDAY, MAY 2ND, 1889, AT 3.30 P.M. (TO CLOSE AN ESTATE). MESSRS TR« GERTHEN DUNN & co. have been instructed to SELL by PUBLIC AUCTION, as above (unless previously disposed) of, the following Shares, viz. :— 58 £100 SHARES (£96 PAIit) in the GENERAL ROBERTS STEAMSHIP COMPANY (Limited). This Steamer was built of iron in December, 1881 dimensions, 248ft. 9in. by 35ft. 2in. by 16ft, 7in. net register, 936 tons, and carries a good cargo iu shallow draft. Also 20 B20 SHARE (FULLY PAID) in the CARDIFF AND WEST OF ENGLAND STEAM. SHIP COMPANY (Limiced). 15 S10 SHARES (FULLY PAID) in the OOLD. CLIFFK COMPANY (Limited). 1 £100 Share (fully paid) iu the Bryn-Glas Steam. ship Company (Limited). 2 S50 Shares (fully paid) in the Brittany Steamship Company (Limited). 10 JMO Shares (l 15s paid) in the Glendower Steam- ship Company (Lnmted). 50 £10 Shares (fully paid) in the Balcarres Brook Steamship Company (LImited). b £ 125 Shares ( £ 1'° Pa'J>) St. Donats Steamship Company (Limited) and 4-64th Shares ss. Speedwell, of Cardiff..01 B3T Entries for this Sale can be made up to the 29th instant. For terms and particulars apply to the Auctioneers and Shipping Salesmen, Merchants' Exchange, Bute Docks, Cardiff. 5628 TO IRONMASTERS, CONTRACTORS, AND OTHERS. SALE OF IRON BARS, GIRDERS, CKMENT, etc., at the Bute Warehouse, Roath Dock, Cardiff, on MONDAY, May 6th. 1889, at. 3 p.m. sharp. IV/| ESSRS TREGERTHKN DUNN and -i.vJL CO. have been favoured with instructions to SELL by PUBLIC AUCTION, as above (for the benefit of whom it may concern). ABOUT 110 TONS OF BELGIAN MERCHANT IRON, Consisting of Barn, Rods &c Also, a small quantity of IRON GIRDERS, and about 17 CASKS of CEMENT, ex "Maxime David,' and now lying at the above. namell warehouse. For further particulars apply to the Auctioneers, Merchants' Exchange, Bute Docks, Cardiff- 5777 SHORT PRELIMINARY NOTICE. MONMOUTHSHIRE COALFIELDS. SALE OF VALUABLE FREEHO. D AGRICUL- TURAL AND MINERAL PKOPERTIES, IN THE SIRHOWY VALLEY IN THE PARISH OF MYNYDDYSLWYN. MESSRS TREGERTHEN DUNN & CO. are instructed to offer for SALE by PUBLIC AUCTION (subject to particulars and conditions of sale to be then produced), at the Park Hotel, Cardiff. on SATURDAY, May 25th, 1889. at 3.30 p.m. punc- tually. the following freehold MINERAL PROPERTIES, all in the parish of Mynyddyslwyn, viz. :— A- R. P. Pantglas, farm containing 100 2 23 Ty Cae Brith „ 19 1 26 Cwm Nantyfelin (surface only) 25 14 0 For further particulars and to view,pply to the Anc. tioneqrs. Merchants' Exchange, Docks, Cardiff; Mr Thomas Edmunds, Pantglas, Pontllanfraitli, Mon. or to the Vendor's Solicitors, Messrs GUSTARD & LLEWKLLIN, I, Stow Hill, Newport. Mon. Dated 29th April, 1889L 5765 SALE THIS DA\ 269. BUTE-STREET, CARDIFF. MR W. BKADLEY will SELL by AUC- TION, on THURSDAY NlCXT, May 2. a BUTCHER'S PLAN i ,consisting of 2 sausage machines, scales, marble slab, counters, block, hooks, &c. Also a quantity of Household Furniture. Sale to commence at 11 o clock.—Auctioneer's Office, North-rd., Cardiff. 45 SALE TO-MORROW Model Auction Mart, North-street, Cardiff. MR W. BRADLEY will SELL BY AUC- TION, on BRIDAY, May 3, under distress for rents, a large quantity of HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, a long Coal Cart, Spring Trap, &c. Sale at 2 o'clock. 102 MESSRS W. R. SMITH AND SON deliver the SOUTH WALES DAILY NEWS at an eariy hour each Morning in all pans of the follow ng towns :— CARDIFF SWANSEA NEWPORT ROATH MERTHYR PORTSKEWETT CANTON ABERDARK PONTYPOOL ROAD BUiJS DOCKS HEREFORD PEMBROKE DOCK ^RlhGKNii NEW MILFOliO HAVERFORDWEST r^r BRISTOL GLOUCESTER ^V^NELLY TENBi ABBIiYSTWYTH f'AMPMKK CARMARTHEN ABERGAVENNY GARDiFiP TIMES also delivered every Fr day any address in the abovs mentioned Towns. ORDERS *"0 bfl r:K; r,j- GARDiFiP TIMES also delivered every Fr day t) any address in the abovs mentioned Towns. r,j- f Jlalea by À-u.dían. SALE THIS DAY (THURSDAY) AND TO-MORROW (FRIDAY.) Unreserved Sale of VALUABLE AND HIGH-CLASS FURNITURE, CONCERT GRAND COTTAGE PIANOFORTE BY COLLARD AND COLL ARD. AND OTHER EFFECTS. From a large Country Residence also THE FURNITURE From PIERCEI'TELD HOUSE, by direction of F. C. WEBBER, Esq., LATE POSTMASTER AT CARDIFF, who is leaving. A COLLECTION OF VALUABLE PAINTINGS AND DRAWINGS, OLD CHINA, PLATE, AND EFFECTS. MESSRS GOT TWALTZ & BOWRING have received instructions to SELL by AUC- TION, at their Sale.rooms, 11, High-street, Cardiff, on THURSDAY and FRIDAY, 2nd and 3rd May, 1889, at II o'clock punctually each day, the HIGHLY VALUABLE FURNITURE as above, cumprising The CONTENTS of the WHOLE of the BEDROOMS, including appointments in solid mahogany, walnut, and ash and walnut, with MASSiVE BRASS BED- STEADS, awl rich wood dItto with hangings, some of the wardrobes of handsome shape, with plate-glass panels, and toilet tables on pedestal of drawers, a 7ft. BURR WALNUT WARDROBE and HANDSOME PEDESTAL TOILETS EN SUITE. A VERY HANDSOME WALNUT AND ASH BEDCHAMBER SUITE. With wardrobe of special design, wIth handsome pedestal tables and fittings complete, a HANDSOME BEDROOM SET of FURNITURE with large ward- robe in walnut, hair-stuffed mattresses, feather bedding, chamber ware, satin eider do" n quilts, large and small chests of drawers, carpets shaped to room and bordered, rugs, fenders, linen baskets, baths, &c. The DINING-ROOM Includes fine POLLARD OAK FURNITURE, consisting of a 7ft. HANDSOME AND RICHLY-CARVED SIDEBOARD, with high glass back a massive 10ft. DINING TABLE, beautifully carved; a BEAUTIFUL POLLARD OAK DINING-ROOM SUITE, SPLENDIDLY CARVED WITH LION and OTHER ORNAMENTS, upholstered in real morocco a dinner wagon, a coal vase, handsome chimney glass in oak frame, expensive curtains and hangings with cornices en suite.a LARGE NEARLY NEW TURKEY CARPET clocks and ornaments in bronze, mcluding a very FINE PAIR of BRONZE VASES 2ft 6inhigh, china and oxidized ware, table linen, &c. The DRAWING-ROOM FURNITURE in beautiful taste in rosewood, consisting of a HANDSOME CABINET BEAUTIFULLY INLAID, wall mirrors, and tab! s en suite, illcluding centre tables, suites of silk curtains, a BEAUTIFUL INLAID ROSEWOOD SUITE with extra arm chairs in amber silk, a GRAND WILTON PILE CARPET and wool hearthrugs, gilt wall lights, a massive brass fender, etc. a seven-octave IRON.FRAME CONCERT GRAND COTTAGE PIANOFORTE, in rosewood case, by Collard and Collard music stool, music cabinet beautifully inlaid and fitted, two screens, writing table, die. A LIBRARY IN CARVED OAK, comprising 7 BEAUTIFUL CHAIRS in morocco, and HANDSOME OAK S'DEBOARD with plate-glass back, a bureau, a pair of FINELY CARVED OAK BOOKCASES, along case oak cl.)ck, a. 7-octave PIANOFORTE BY BRINS- MEAD, oak dining table, a writing table, and orna- ments in bronze and china, tapestry, curtains, &c, A sma 11 Collection of Old China, Specimens of Old Liverpcoi, Wedgwood, Derby, Worcester, Spode, Berlin, and Sevres. Amongst the most impmtaut lots are a pdr of Dresden vases, a pair of Berlin vases, a very fine old Worcester tea set with landscape decoration. Dresden cups, &c. THE VALUABLE OIL PAINTINGS AND DRAWINGS BY Titian, W. Page, J. Constable, Go Gilbert, McAlpine, Armfield, J. Copley, Â. Callcolt, J. Russell, T. B. Ryne, JL Clementts, A. Blake, Wouvermans, P. F. Herring, V, Cole, Alkar, R. Wilson, Copley Fielding.' A medium-sized SLATE HED BILLIARD TABLE, in mahogany frame, with balls, cues, &c" and rules ot game settees, Ac. PLATE and CHINA PANTRIES include sets of forks and spoons, a fine plated urn, teapots, fine old cruet" dish covers, two dinner ser- vices, tea, breakfast, and dessert sets, a valuable glass dessert service, old cut table glass, decorative e:lass, &c. KITCHEN FURNITURE and FITTINGS. GARDEN and OUTSIDE EFFECTS include iron garden roller, a garden seat, stable tools, &c. Catalogues may be had, or will be forwarded seven days prior to Sale, on application to the Auctioneers. 5634 SALE THIS DAY. Church-street Salerooms, Cardiff. MESSRS KENNARD & 00, will SELL by AUCTION, on THURSDAY, the 2nd May, HOUSEHOLD FURNIIURE, removed for conveni- ence of sale. Also several Children's Tricycles, Rock- ing Horses, etc. Sale at 2 o'clock. 100 SALE THIS DAY. ST. QUINTINS, LLAN BLETHIAN, NEAR COWBRIDGE PRELIMINARY ANNOUNCEMENT. UNRESERVED SALE OF VA UABLE INDIAN AMD OTHER HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, SILVER AND PLATED ARTICLES, 300 VOLUMES OF BOOKS, &c. MR JOHN THOMAS has received instructions from Mrs Lewis (who is leaving the neighbourhood) to SELL by AUCTION, on THURSDAY" and FRIDAY, May 2nd and 3rd, 1889, the whole of the FURNITURE AND BOOKS, including a very handsome carved Indian oak suite, and other very valuable furniture. Catalogues are in preparation and will be ready on and after April 26th. Further particulars may be had of the Auctioneer, at his Offices, Cowbridge. 5576 SHORT PRELIMINARY NOTICE. MONMOUTHSHIRE CUAL FIELDS. SALE OF VALUABLE BUILDING AND MINERAL PROPERTY. IN THE SIRHOWY VALLEY, MYNYDDISLWYN PARISH, ABEHCARN MANOl. MESSRS PARSONS & ROBJENT are instructed to OFFER for SALE by PUBLIC AUCTION (subject to particulars and conditions of sale to be then produced) at the Park Hotel, Cardiff, on SATURDAY 25th May, 1889, at Three o'clock p.m. punctually, the following admirable BUILDIiNG AND MINERAL PROPERTY, VIZ. Cwm-Felin-Fach, Copyhold Farm, containing abont 30 acres, situate near to the Sirhowy Railway, on the Llana.rth Tramroad, about 10 miles from Newport, in the parish of Mynyddislwyn and Manor of Abercarn, in Monmouthshire, For full particulars apply to the Auctioneers, West- gate Chambers, Newport, Mon., or to Messrs Gustard and Llewellin, Vendors' Solicitors, 1, Stow Hill, New. port, Mon. Dated 29th April, 1889. 5767- TO TIMBER MERCHANTS, COLLIERY PRO. PRIETORS, AND OTHERS. MESSRS JAMES and JAMES have been instructed to SELL by AUCTION (sub. ject to Conditions to be read at the time of Sale) at the Three Compasses Inn, Ctydach, ou WEDNESDAY, the 8th day of May, 1889, at Three o'clock in the After- noon, about Six and a Half ,\cres,of Well-grown OAK POLES AND OTHER USEFUL TIMBER AND UNDERWOOD, very suitable for Pitwood, Copper Poles, &c., now standing on the Cathelydbach Farm, situate at the Lawn, in the Clydach Vale, distant about one mile from Clydach and about six miles from Swansea. There is easy facility for removing the Timber, either by tramway or road, to Clydach, where it can be taken away by the Midland Railway or Canal to the local Collieries and other Works. 5763 Mr Newlands, the tenant of the Farm, will show the Timber, and for further particulars apply to the Auctioneers, at their Offices, Gower-street, PENSARN FARM, HENLLIS, MONMOUTHSHIRE. MR JOHN YOUNG will offer the above Farm and Lands for SALE by AUCTION at Tredegar Armil Hotel, Newport, vn WEDNESDAY, May 15th, 1889, at 3.30 p.m. Full particulars from Auctioneer, 7, Tredegar-place, Newport, or of Messrs Gibbs and Moxon, Solicitors, Newport. 5751 ale5 by To BE SOLD by TENDER, the following -i- OAK TIMKER now standing in the enclosed Wood known as Coed Langwm, part of Llanbradach Estate, in the Parish ofLlanvabon :— 80 TREES, numbered with white paint, 1 to 16 inclusive, lba. 17 to 51 „ 53 to 76 „ 79 to 82 Mr George Baker, Laundry Cottage, near Ystrad Mynach Station, will show the Lot, and forms of Tender and further particulars can be received on application to Messrs Rickards aud Blosse, Land Agents, Charles-street Chambers, Cardiff. The Tenders must be in on or before Saturday, the 4th May, 1889, and the highest or any tender will not necessarily be accepted. 5739 JQIRECT FROM THE JYJTLL t THE STOCKINGS. GREBSROCIZ SOCKS. KNITTING SKIRTS. CARDIGAN YARNS VESTS, AND JACKETS. COMBINATIONS KNITTED VESTS. HOSIERY GLOVES.. ARE THE BEST JERSEYS, QUALITY AND. VALUE MITS. IN THE MARKET. AND JERSEY CARDIFF BRANCH: SHANTERS SUITS.' 26, HIGH-STREET ARCADE. FLEMING TDEID AND CO., 4578 THE WORSTED MILLS, GREENOCK, Stores orAgents throughout United Kingdom. JGALTSATM SUPERSEDED. MAT MILTON'S AMERICAN HERB PASTE. .MAT Is warranted to cure all; AMERICAN MILTON'S (discharges from the urinary HERB ,„MAT organs in either sex. PASTE. MILTON'S Thoroughly reliable oon- AMERICAN MAT Ivenient to take. In tins, HERB MILION'S 12s 9d and 4s 6d each. Freel PASTE. MAr liv post 3d extra. AMERICAN MILTON's HERB liEWSON'S COMPOUND; PASTE. MILTON'b PENNYROYAL AMERICAN MAT PILLS FOR FEMALES, HERB MILTON S in boxes. Is lid and 2s 9Ll PASTE. MAT each; free by post 2d extra. I MAT MILTON'S Local Agents: Cardiff, Mr MILTON'S AMERICAN Munday, Chemist, 1, Duke- AMERICAN HERB street Newport, Mr J. HERB PASTE. Phillips, 92, Commercial- PASTE. MAT street; Swansea, Mr Keall, MAT MILTON'S Chemist, 199, High-street: MILTON* AMERICAN F. H. Hewson, 8, Victoria- AMERICAN HERB avenue, Maindee, Newport, HERB PASTE. Mon. PASTE. 16s London Barclay & Sons 3042 ales hJJ __)..ndl0n. SALE THIS DAY. RHONDDA VALLEY, YSTRAD. SALE OF VALUABLE HOUSES AND SHOPS. MR HBN 1!,Y LEWIS has been instructed by the Executors of the late Mr John Price to SELL by PUBLIC AUCTION, at the Bridgend Hotel, Ystrad, on THURSDAY, May 2nd, 1889, at Six o'clock in the evening, in the following or such Lot or Lots as may be determined upon at the Sale, and sub- ject to conditions of Sale to be read thereat* the following LEASEHOLD PROPERTIES, Namely :— LOT 1.—All that HOUSE and SHOP, being No. 37, Ystrad-road, Ystrad, in the occupation of Mrs Selina Horton, let at the yearly rental of B40 LOT 2.-All that HOUSE and SHOP, being No. 38, Ystrad-road aforesaid, in the occupation of Mr D. S. Thomas, let at the yearly rental of £40. LOT 3.-All that HOUSE, SHOP, BAKEHOUSE, STABLE, and OUTBUILDINGS, being No. 39, Ystrad- road aforesaid, in the occupation of Mr David Jones, let at the yearly rental of £53 10s. The above three lots are held for the term of 99 years from the 1st day of January, 1868, subject to the yearly ground rent of S3 LOs, which will be ap- portioned equally between the said three lots. Lot 3 is also sold subject to an agreement for lease for 15 years from the 1st day of July, 1883, at the said yearly rental of £53 10s, granted to the said David Jones, determinable by the lessee at the end of the fifth or tenth year of the said term. LOT 4_-All that HOUSE and SHOP, being No. 40, Ystrad-road aforesaid, in the occupation of Mr Gomer Treharne, at the yearly rental of £35. LOT 5,-All that HOUSE, situate and being No. 41, Ystrad-road aforesaid, in the occupatioll of Miss Morris at a monthly rental amounting yearly to £1114s. LOT 6.-All that HOUSE and SHOP, being No. 1, Church-road, Ton Ystrad, in the occupation of Mr David Thomas, let at the yearly rental of £28. LOT 7.—All that HOUSE and SHOP, being No. 2, Church-ro-id aforesaid, in the occupation of Mr Eli Joseph, let at the yeariy rental of £28. Lots 6 and 7 are held for the tei m of 99 years, from the 1st day of January, 1868, subject to the yearly gruund rent of £2, which will be apportioned equally between the said two lots. LOT 8.-All that DWELLING-HOUSE and PRE- MISES, being No. 24, Bailey-street, Ton Ystrad afore- said, in the occupation of Mr Morris Ashton, let at a monthly rental oi 26s, amounting yearly to JS16 18s. LOT 9.—AH that DWELLING-HOUSE and PRE- MISES, adjoining the above, and being No. 25, Bailey- street aforesaid, in the occupation of Mr Samuel Rogers, let at a monthly rental of 26, amountin yearly to £ 16 18s. LOT 10.-All that DWELLING-HOUSE and PRE. MISES, adjoining the above, and being No. 2&, Bailey. jtreet aforesaid, In the occupation of Mrs Woods, and let at a monthly rental of 26s, amounting yearly to S16 18s LOT 11—All that DWELLING-HOUSE and PRE- MISES, adjoining the above, and being No. 27, Bailey- street aforesaid, in the occupation of the Rev Mr Rees, and let at a monthly rental of 26s, amounting yearly to S16 18s Lots 8, 9,10, and 11 are held for tho term of 99 years, from the 1st day of August, 1883, at the yearly ground rent of £ 4 8s, which will be apportioned equally between the several lots. LOT 12.-All that DWELLING-HOUSE and PRE- MISES, situate at Ton-Ystiad, in the occupation of Mrs Cuthbertson, let at the yearly rental of £3:>. This lot is held for a term of 99 years, from the 1st day of August, 1874, at the yearly ground rent of LOT 13.-AU that SLAUGHTERHOUSE and COT- TAGE adjoining, situate in Llanfoist-street, Ton, let at rentals amounting yearly to £29 5s. This lot is held for the term of 99 years, from the 1st day of January, 1876, at the yearly ground rent of £ 2 lIs. For further particulars apply to the Auctioneer, No. 2, Castle-street, Merthyr Tydfil; or to the Vendors' .Solicitors, Messrs Frank James and Sons, Merthyr Tydfil, and 10, St. John's-square, Cardiff. 5556 SALE TO-MORROW. LONDON HOUSE AUCTION ROOMS, 10, CASTLE- STREET, SWANSEA. "L/FESSRS H. HILL and CO. have been .LvX. instructed to SELL by AUCTION, on the above premises, on FRIDAY, May 3rd, 1889, a large above premises, on FRIDAY, May 3rd, 1889, a large assortment of HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE. Comprising walnut chiffonnier with p.'ate-glass back and marble top, easy chair in leather, drawing-room suite in velvet, music stool. pier glasses, baudsome marble clock, strikes the hour and halt-hour, walnut loo table, mahogany dining do., carpet, brass foot bed- steads, iron and wood do., spring mattresses, leather beds, mahogany wardrobe, mahogany washstands and dressing-tables, sets of ware, towel horses, kitchen requisites. Goods on view morning of sale. Sale to commence at Eleven o'clock in the forenoon. WAUNARLWYDD, VEAR SWANSEA. MESSRS H. HILL and CO. have been JLV-IL instructed to SELL by PUBLIC AUCTION (subject to such conditions as shall then and there be read), at the Farmers' Arms, Waunarlwydd, on TUES- DAY, May 7, 1889, all that Leasehold Messuage or DWELLING-HOUSE AND PREMISES, Situate on the New-road, Waunarlwydd, and now in tbe Occup3.tion of Mr Davi,1 Atkins. The whole i held on lease for a term of 99 years and 3 lives, from the 24th June, 1883, at the annual ground rent of S3. Sale to commence at Seven o'clock p.m. For further particulars apply to Herbert Monger, Esq., Solicitor, Salubrious-place or to the Auctioneers, 10, Castle-street, Swansea. 21, CARLTON-TERRACE, SWANSEA. MESSRS H. HILL & CO. have been instructed by Mr Parker to SEI L by PUBLIC AUCTION, on the above Premise-, on WEDNESDAY, May 8th, 1889, the whole of the well-preserved HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, OIL PAINTINGS, AC. Comprising oak dining-room suite-in Americau leather, mahogany telescope dining table with extra leaf, six dining chairs in American leather, mahogany couch in hair, timepiece, pier glasses, walnut whatnots, tapestry carpets, hearthrugs, oilcloth, hat and umbrella stand, several oil paintings, electro tea and coffee service, prints, stair rods, &c., massive brass bedstead, spring mattress, wool ditto, feather bed, palliasses, mahogany chest of drawers, ditto washstand with marble top, dressing tables, ditto glasses, towel horses, sets of chamber ware, cane-seat chairs, &c" together with the usual kitchen and culinary utensils, &c. Goods on view Morning of Sale. Sale to commence at Eleven o'clock in the Forenoon. Auctioneers' Offices, 10, Castle-street, Swansea. BRITON FERRY IRONW' RKS, SOUTH WALES. MESSRS FULLER, HORSEY, SONS, and CASSELL are instructed to SELL by AUCTION, at the Mart, Tokenhouse Yard, London, on W'EDNESOAY, May 22nd, at Two precisely (unless previously disposed of as a whole Jtyr private contract), the important and extensive IRONWORKS. situate at Briton Ferry, Glamorganshire, with a frontage to the River Neath of above 750ft., and occupying a total area of over 17 acres. The buildings throughout are substantially erected, and comprise blowing engine house, extensive mill and forge, boiler and engine houses, roll-turning shop, large foundry, fitting shop, carpenters' and smiths' shops, locomotive shed, stores, stabling for 14 horses, two lofty chimney shafts, offices, 77 workmen's cottages, live sbops, and a g ound rent of £ 32 per annum, The worts are capable of turmng out 600 tons of manufactured iron per week. The plant and machinery inolude two circular blast furnaces, equal to 700 tons of pig iron per week, three Cowper's patent hoc-blast stoves, five Cornish boilers, blowing engine, four Eaton's patent coke ovens. The mill and forge are fitted with six train rolls driven by powerful horizontal and beam engines, 10 boilers, two squeezing machines, 13 punching and sheariug machines, three saws for hot iron, 57 pudding ana balling furnaces, four roll lathes and other plant. The property is situate in the centre of the Welsh coal and iron trade, is inreTsected by lines of railway, and vessels of large tonnage can come alongside. The manufactured iron is well known in the market. The Rhondda and Swansea Bay Railway will give ready access to the finest coalfields and sup- plies of Welsh ironstone, thus still further improving this unrivalled site, and tbere ili an ample supply of very pure water. Held under three leases terminating 99 years from January, 1847, at ground rents amount- inlt to £ 515 per annum, and ther" are wayleaves, Ac., payable; bnt it is understood that arrangements can be made whereby It is proposed that the three lees will be consolidated into olle lease for a new term of 99 years on favourable terms, inclusive of all wayleaves. The loose tools and utensils will be included in the purchase. The property may be viewed by orders to be obtained of the Auctioneers, and particulars, with plans, may be had of C. W. Stevens, Esq., Solicitor, 14, Queen Victoria-street, E.C. at the principal hotels in the neighbourhood; at the Mart; and of Messrs Fuller, Horsey, Sons, and Cassell, 11, Billiter-square, London, E.C. 5811 SWANSEA.—VALUABLE WATKRSIDEPREMISES WITH POSSESSION. MESSRS FULLER, HORSEY, SONS, AND CASSELL are instructed to SELL by AUCTION, at the Mart, Tokenhouse-yard, London, on WEDNESDAY, May 22nd, at 2 precisely (unless previously disposed of by private contact) the valuable WATERSIDE PREMISES situate in the Strand. Swansea, South Wales, adjacent to the old Swausea Docks, on the River Tawe, with wharf ed frontage thereto of about 130ft.. and occupying an area of about i of an acre. The buildings are weU arranged, and comprise a spacious stone-ouilt ware- house, foreman's room, lumber room, and tin-plate store, a uite of capital offices, and cottae with seven rooms. Held on lease for an unexpired term of about 25 years, at a rent of S150 per annum. May be viewed, and paiticulars oblained as in preceding advertise- ment. 5812 R J. HKATH AND SüN8, AGENTS FOR, AND KEPT IN STOCK, JP I A NO F ORTES BY Broadwood, Collard, Erard, Kirkman. Hopkinson, Brinsmead, Schiedmayer, Pleyel Wolff, Bluthner, Ibach, Neumeyer, Holling and Spangenberg, Bord, Knauss, Steinway, &co BY ORGANS: MASON AND HAMLIN, Bell, Doherty, Smith, Clough & Warren, Carpenter, Dominion, &c. HIRE SYSTEM, EXTENDING OVER 1, 2, or 3 YEARS, FROM bs MONTHLY, Easy Terms to suit all classes. Liberal Discount for Cash. ONLY ADDRESS- 51, QUEEN STREET, I, CARDIFF. Illustrated Catalogues and Estimates for Repairs and Tuning free. 1066—5 IMPORTANT. -Oue Box of Horton'sI.X.L. Pills are guaranteed to cure ail private cases and com. plications of the urinary organs, whether acquired or otherwise. Also Gravel and Pains in the Back. Free from Mercury. Post free for 4sfiom G. D. Horton, M.P.S (from the General Hospital), Aston-road, Bmnin/l; ham. Agents Cardiff—A. Hagon, Chemist, 59, Bridge st. Swansea—Lloyd,Chemist, Oxford-street. Newport —Young, Chemist, High-street. N.B.—Have never been known t) tail. Letters answered tree. 3759 WHO IS YOUR BILLPOSTER at ▼ v Aberdare? MICHAEL PAINE, Billposter, Distributor, and Advertising Agent 26' Cardiff-street, Afeeraare, rents the principal posting-stations in Aberdare and district. Contracts made quarterly or yearly. Good accommodation for travellers, &c, A) so sgeuc for Guion and Co. Mail Steamers. 33'0 1359 alts kg Auction. VALUABLE FREEHOLD RESIDENTIAL PRO- PER IY FOR SALE, SITUATE IN THE WEST END OF SWANSEA, TOGETHER WITH A SMALL LEASEHOLD. MESSRS J')HN M. LEEDER & SON .1.f-L have been favoured with instructions by the Executors to SELL by AUCTION, at the Swansea Auction Rooms, Goat-street, on TUESDAY. May 14th, 1889— LOT 1.—All that magnificently-situated FREEHOLD FAMiLY RESIDENCE and PREMISES known as Ffynone, the residence of the late Charles Bath, Esq., standing in its own grounds úf about six acres. It is approached by a winding carriage drive through undulating grounds, ornamented with magnifi- eently grown shrubs and trees. The house stands in an elevated position, having a southerly aspect, aud commands an uninterrupted view of the Bay, Bristol Channel, and surrounding country. It contains an entrance-hall, laid with encaustic tiles, vestibule and passage drawing-room, 26ft 9in by 16ft 6in, having a bay window and side door communicating with a conservatory of modern construction, heated by a hot-water apparatus; dininl{.room. 14ft 9in by 21ft 3in, with bay window library, 13ft 6in by 12ft 6in morning-room, 13ft 6in by 14ft, with oay window billiard-room, 32ft 3in by 21ft, with well-appointed lavatory adjoinina: butler's pantry, large kitchen with tradesmen's entrance, scullery, servants' w.c., larder, coal and wood-houses, and two cellars. On the first floor two w.c.'s and linen closet, two bathrooms with hot and cold water laid on, five bedrooms, two dressing rooms, workroom, housemaids' closet, and four large-attics. Th6 Stables are a short distance from the House, and adjoin an entrance distinct from tbe main approach. They contain three stalls, two loose boxes, coach- house, and saddle-room, with two lofts and coach- man's rooms over. The CIJarming Pleasure Grounds almost surround the house, and are adorned with many rare and beautifully-grown specimen trees a.nd shrubs, tennis and other lawns, dshpond and winding walks, affording all the beauty and shelter of an old-fashioned garden. Adjoining is a productive walled Kitchen Garden, containing potting and tool sheds, a large forcing pit, fernery and fishpond in the centre, vinery, three cucumber and melon houses, reenhouse, two stovehouses, and covered walk adjoining, the majority of which are heated by hot water pipes. In the extreme N.W. corner of the garden is a capi- tal stone-built Gardener's Cottage, containing sitting-room, kitchen, scullery, three bedrooms, pitched yard, w.c and cualhouse. Water is supplied by the Urban Sanitary Authority, and passes from the mams into a large slate cistern, where it is filtered before it enters tho house; the fishpond and gardens are supplied from a tank fed by an adjoining spring. Oas is laid on, and the drainage system is perfect. Altogether the property is one af the most compact and desirable small residential estates in the neighbourhood, and is well worthy the attention ci anyone requiring a bijou family residence. By judicious management a tortion of the grounds may be laid out for building purposes, and a con- siderable income derived therefrom. LOT 2.—Immediately behind Ffynone is a well- situated HOUSE and GARDEN, known as Bine Cottage," together with about 4 £ acres of ground, ot which 3i acres, with two vineries adjoining the cottage, are let off to Mr David Morgan, Market Gardener,as yearly tena.nt.at arentalof £ 20 per annum. BINE CorrAGE" contains kitchen, scullery, and parlour, with porch at entrance. 3 bedrooms, wood, coalhouse, and w.c and has been retained by the late Mr Bath for his coachman's use. On the portion occupied by Mr Morgan is a pantiled cottage, toolhouse, pigstye, stables, forcing houses, and a large cart anti store shed. The whole is held by Lease for an unexpired term of about 30 years. at a ground rent of S50 per annum. Sale to commence at 3 p.m. Ffynone may be viewed by cards only, which may be obtained on application to the Auctioneers. For particulars, plans, and conditions of sale, apply to W. Cox, Eq., Solicitor, Adelaide-street, or to the Auctioneers, at their Offices, Goat-street, Swau. sea. 5531 SALE THIS DAY WAUNARLWYDD, NEAR SWANSEA. IMPORTANT SALE OF LEASEHOLD PROPERTY. MESSHS JOHN F. HAliVEY & CO. are instructed by the Mortgagee to SELL by AUCTION (subject to such conditions of sale as shall be then and there produced), at the Farmers' Arms, Waunarlwydd, near Swansea, on THURSDAY, Mety 2, 1889, the following LEASEHOLD PROPERTY, Viz. The MESSUAGE or DWELLING-HOUSE, SHOP. GARDKN, and PREMISES now in the occupation of Mr Robere Evans, Grocer, at the yearly rent of £ 18. Also, the TWO COTTAGES, GARDENS, and PRE- MISES known as Numbers 2 and 3, Beehive-row, and now or late in the occupation of i\1r Ambrose Warrea and Mr James Jones, at the yearly rent of £7 each. And also a PIECE of GROUND for House and Garden, agreed to be let at £ 1 38 a year for the re. mainder of the term less three days. The whole of tfee above Premises contain by ad. measurement one rood or thereabouts, and are held under a lease for three lives or 99 years, trom 24th day of June, 1872, at the yearly ground rent of £ 4. Sale to commence at Seven o'clock p.m. FOl further p"rticul8,rs apply to the Auctioneers, Goat-street, Swansea, or to Mr J. Aeron Thomas, Solicitor, Swansea. 5775 SALE TO-MORROW. SALE OF WELL-PRESERVED HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE. PRIMROSE COTTAGE, MORRISTON, NEAR SWANSEA. MR RICHARD E. HUGHES has been instructed by the owner, who in leaving Eng- land, to SELL by PUBLIC AUCTION, at the above address, on FRIDAY NEXT, the 3rd day of May, 1889, the whole of the HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, PIANOFORTE, AMERICAN ORGAN, &c., Comprising in DINING-ROOM.—Mahogany suite in leather, com- prising chairs, easy chairs, and couch mahogany side- board with plate-glass back, mahogany telescope dining-table. solid mahogany escritoire and bookcase, ornaments, f- nder. irons, coal vase, Ac. DRAWING-ROOM.—Suit in red Utrecht velvet, comprising "ix chairs, LWO easy do. and oouch, piano in perfect condition (by Brinsmead and Sons), American ¡ organ, pier glass, whatnot, music stool, &c., pole and rings, coal va e, &c. LIBRARY.—Oak book-case, table and slope, chairs, mahogany cheffoniere, couch, Singer's sewing machine, fender, &c., &c. HALL,—Coloured glass lamp, clock, hat stand, mats, &c.. &c. BEDROOMS.—Iron bedsteads with brass foot and top ruils, spring and other mattresses, palliasses, beds, oak and other chests of drawers, mahogany duchesse dressing table, double and single washstands with marble tops, ware towel rails, large double mahogany wardrobe with plate-glass centre, single mahogany wardrobe with plate-glass door, cheirs, fenders, pole, and rugs, &c. Superior lot of culinary and other utensils, including a washing machine. GARDEN AND OUTBUILDINGS.—Lawn mower, garden seat, rhubarb pots. cucumber frames, ladder, wheelbarrow also a 48in. bicycle. Sale to commenee at 11 o'clock precisely. On view morning of sale. Auctioneer's Office, 4, Wind-street, Swansea. 5776 GLAMORGANSHIRE. BENDREFORGAN FARM, NEAR YSTALYFERA. IMPORTANT SALE OF VALUABLE STOCK, IMPLEMENTS OF HUSBANDRY, CARRIAGES. HARNESS, DAIRY UTENSILS, HAY, HOUSE- HOLD FURNITURE, &c. MESSRS J. HOWELL THOMAS & CO. have received instructions from Mrs Bain (who is leaving) to SELL by AUCTION, without reserve, at the above place, on TUESDAY, the 7th of May, 1889, the whole of the valuable LIVE STOCK Comprising 7 superior shorthorn dairy cows, 11 two. year-old and yearling heifers and steers, a shorthorn bull, 18 months old bull calf, 2 very useful draught horses, 2 good cobs, and 4 excellent ponies. THE IMPLEMENTS OF HUSBANDRY, &C., Include threshing and winnowing machines, chaff- cutter, corn crusher, cultivator, horse hoes, capital iron roller, turnip drill, 3 carts, gambo, 2 ploughs, 3 harrows, cart harness, wheelbarrows, dung torks. spades, shovels, ladders, &c.; a capital four-wheel phaeton, waggonette, and good dogcart (all in excellent repair), double and single carriage harness, dairy utensils, &c. Also the valuable HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, comprising mahogany 100 and other tables, chiffonier, bookcase, mahogany couch, easy and other chairs, sofa, pier glass, pianoforte, pictures, carpets, oilcloth, &c.; four iron bedsteads, palliasses, feather beds, bolsters and pillows, bedding, mahogany chest of drawers, washstands and ware, dressing tables, toilet glasses, kitchen and culinary requisites, aud a variety of other and pillows, bedding, mahogany chest of drawers, washstands and ware. dressmg tables, toilet glasses, kitchen and culinary requisites, aud a variety of other useful effects. Also a quantity of well-harvested Hay. The Sale to commence t One o'clock punctually. Credit on conditions. Auction, Estate Agency, and Surveying Offices, Carmarthen, April 17th, 1889. 5774 JJJLECTRIC LIGHTING! J. C. HOWELL, ELECTRIC LIGHT ENGINEER, LLANELLY. Contractor for the Supply and Fitting-up of ELECTRIC LIGHT APPARATUS OF EVERY 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 a Distance. Telegrams—" ELECTRIC, LLANELLY. 1169 RP HE BLAENDARE COMPANY, JL LIMITED, PONTYPOOL, MON. MANUFACTURERS OF FIRE BRICKS, BLOCKS, AND FINE GROUND FIRE CLAY, Equal in Quality to Stourbridge Goods. The Blaendare Company, Limited, make a speciality of the manufacture of Fire Bricks, &c., for use in Siemens' Steel and Glass Works, and hold testimonials from the principal Iron and Steel Works, &c., in South Wales and Monmouthshire. 112 INVALID MEN WHO ARE NERVOUS AND JL DEPRESSED without joy for the present or hope for the future, ana whose past is a regret, should send 3 stamps for the MAGIC MIRROR, and address H. HOWELL, Esq., the Secretary, TNVALIDMEN. 4, Fitzalan-squara, Sheffield, X ,3712 6224 4, Fitzalan-squara, Sheffield, X J3712 6224 public dfamjiatms, &r. The SUBSCRIPTION 1.1ST WILL OPEN on FRI- DAY, the 3rd May, and CLOSE at 4 p,m. on the same day for both Tcwn and Country. TFLHE ANGLO-AMERICAN BRUSH X ELECTRIC LIGHT CORPORATION, LIMITED SUBSCRIBED SHARE CAPITAL, £237,353. in Shares of B5 each, of which 27,057 are fully paid, and 25,517 are only jB4 per Share paid. Issue of Six per cent First Mortgage Deben. tures in Bonds of £t>0. £100. and B500 each, upon the secury of the whole assets of the Corporation, in- cluding the uncalled Share Capital. The! Debentures will be issued at par, and will carry intereSst from the dates of payment at the rate of Six per ent. per annum, payable half-yearly by the Bankers of the Corroration, upon presentation of coupons annexed to the Debentures. The Debentures will be Registered, and will be redeemable at par on 1st June, 1903, or upon the Corporation giving the Registered holder three months' notice in writing, at the rate of 10b per cent. The Terms of Subscription for each Debenture are as follows10 per cent. on application, 30 per cent. on allotment, 30 per cent. on 2nd September, 1889, and 30 per cent, on 2nd December. 1889. Instalments may be paid In advance on allotment, or on any of the aoove dates, under discount at the rate of 4 ppr cent, per <1nnum. Provisiond Certificates will be issued on payment of the amount due on allotment and exchanged for definitive debentures on completion of the payment. The form of the debenture can be seen on application at the office. J BOARD OF DIRECTORS, The Hull. Lord THURLOVV, F.R.S., Chairman. JOHN SCUDAMORE SELLON, Esq Vice-Chairman. Colonel FREDERICK G, STEUART. EDWARD WOODS, Esq., Past President Institution of Civil Engineers. JOSEPH BE VAN BRAIlil WAIT K, Esq., Junior. SOLICITORS. Messrs RENSUAW, 2, Suffolk-lane, Cannon-street, E.C. AUDITOKS — Messrs COOPER BROTHERS and CO., 14, George-street, Mansioll House. E.C. BANKERS,—Messrs FULLER, BANBURY, NIX and CO., 77, Lombard-street, London. The Directors invite subscriptions for the above- mentioned £75,000 6 per cent. First Mortgage Deben- tures. These debentures are issued in order to provide funds for the purposes of the business of the Corpora- tion. The additional capital wi.l further enable the Directors, not only to undertake work and contracts now beyond the capacity of the Corporation, but also to effect very considerable economies in carrying on the present volume of business. It is now generally admitted that the amendment of the Electric Lighting Act of 1882, which extends more favourable terms to the electrical contractors, and thus justifies the investment of capital in central installa- tions, for the supply of electric current, has very materially improved the prospects of the electrical in. dustry. An extensive and more genuine demand for electric light and power has made itself evident, and the cor- poration have now more orders on hand than 30& any previous period. The result of the past year's work is highly satisfac- tory, and a reference to the accounts for 1888 will show that, as compared with the previous year, the volume of business shows an increase of about 38 por cent., and the gross profit Itn increase of 70 per cent., while the standing charges show an increase of only about 7 per cent. The accompanying diagram illustrates the proress made by the Corporation during the past five years, and the enclosed report of the proceedings of the last annual general meeting contains information as to the general position of the corporation. The net profit upon the past year's operations, as shown by the balance sneet, after providinfl for depre. ciation and bad debts, was £10,322 Os Od; and the amount required for the interest on these Debentures is £4.500 per annum. The following are the principal items appearing on the credit side of the balance sheet to 31st December, 1888, audited by Messrs Cooper Brother and Co., char- tered accountants, and adopted by the shareholders at the annual general meeting in March last :— Cash at Bankers and in hand £9,917 Debtor Balances — 43.531 Stock 68,229 Property 84,766 'Patents 59,423 Shares and Debentures in subsidiary and other Shares and Debentures in subsidiary and other Companies 1,784 £272,650 In addition to the above there is an un- called share capital of 2b,517 £298,161 The amount due to sundry creditors, and on bills payable on 31st December, 1888, was. £22,120 Application in the annexed form should be filled up, and sent to Messrs Fuller, Banbury, Nix & Co., Bankers, 77, Lombard-street, London, B.C., accom- panied lIya deposit of 10 per cent. of the amount of the debentures applied for. Where no allotment is made the deposit will be returned in full. In case a less number of Debentures is allotted than is applied for, the excess of the deposit will be applied towards payment of the amount due on allotment. Failure to pay any instalments when due will render the allotment liable to cancellation, and the previous payments to forfeiture. By Order of the Board. E. GARCKtC, Secretary and Manager- 1121 Belvedere-road. Lambeth, London, S.E., 1st May, 1889. Copies of the Prospectus and Forms of Application can be had on application at the Office of the Corpora- tion at the Bankers, Auditors, and Solicitors; and of Messrs Foster and Braitliwaite, Brokers. 27, Austin Friars, E.C. iji;enàtrs ant (JLnntrads. "Y^STRADYFODWG LOCAL BOARD. TO CONTRACTORS AND OTHERS. The above-named Board is prepared to accept TENDERS for the GENERAL IMPROVEMENT of ROADS and STREET as undermentioned :— Plans and Specifications may be seen, and Forms of Tender obtained, at the Surveyor's Office, Local Board Offices, Pentre Rhondda, from the 24th inst. until the I 1st pros. All Tenders must be delivered under seal, addressed to the Chairman of the Local Board, on or before the 2nd proximo, endorsed Tender for Rhondda-road Improvement" and Tender for Hafod-road 1m. provement." The Board does not bind itself to accept the lowest or any tender. 1st Contract.—Rhondda road Improvement, Ferndale. 2nd Contract.—Hafod and part of Eirw-road, Hafod. Note,—A separate Tender must be deposited for each Contract. By order, 5676 J. W. JONES, Surveyor. YSTRADYFODWG LOCAL BOARD. TO CONTRACTORS AND OTHERS. The above-named Board is prepared to accept TENDERS for the ERECTION complete ot a HIVER BRIDGE at MARDY, in the Rhondda Fach Valley, viz., Excavations, Masonry, Timber, and Iron Girders. Plans, sections, and specifications may be seen, and forms of tender obtained, at the Surveyor's Office, Local Board Offices, Pentre, Rhondda, to the 2nd proy;imo. Tenders to be delivered under seal. at or before 12 noon, on the 3rd proximo, addressed to the Chair- man of the Local Board, endorsed Tender for Mardy Bridge." The Board does not bind itself to accept the lowest or any tender. By order, J. W. JONES, Surreyor. 24th April, 1889. 5727 KHONDDA AND SWANSEA BAY .1.1 RAILWAY COMPANY. WAGONS AND PASSENGER CARRIAGES. The Directon of the Rhondda and Swansea Bay Railway Company are prepared to receive TENDERS for the supply of Low Side, Open Goods, and Covered Goods Wagons, limber and Cattle Trucks, and Pas- senger Carriages. Drawings and Specifications can be seen and Forms of Tenders (on which only Tenders will be considered) obtained at the Secretary's office, 8, Fisher-street, Swansea, on and after the 19th inst. Sealed Tenders, endorsed Tenders for Rolling Stock," and addressed to the Directors, mu«t be deli- vered at the Secretary's Office, 8, Fisher-street, Swansea, at or before 10 a.m.. the 4th day of May next. The Directors do not bind themselves to accept the lowest or any Tender. H. S. LUDLOW, Secretary. 8, Fisher-street, Swansea, April 17th. 1889. 5615 BUILDERS DESIROUS of TENDER- ING for thtto ENLARGEMENT of DIAMOND. STREET SCHOOL and the ERECTION of NEW CLASS HOOMS may obtain information from the Architects, Messrs W. G. HABERSHON and FAWCKNER, Pearl-street, Cardiff; Park-square, Newport; and 38, Bloomsbury-square, London. The lowest or any tender will not necessarily bo accepted. TO BUILDERS AND CONTRACTORS TENDERS required for ADDITIONS and ALTER. ATIONS to Somerset Hotel. Abertillery. Plan and specification and further information on applica tion to Mr W. Bean, Architect and Surveyor, Abertilleiy. 5749 iBrnptrty, &t.. to let. JVFOUNT PLEASANT BUILDING iJJL ESTATE, CADOXTON. ELIGIBLE PLOTS OF LAND TO BE LET, at reasonable ground rents, on this Estate, suitable for the rection of Villa Residences, Shops, an j Cottages, having a south-west aspect, on the new main road from Cardiff to Barry Dock, within 15 minutes' walk of the Pier Head, and I minutes of Cadoxton Station. For plans and particulars apply to J. A. Hughes, Esq., Solicitor; or E. Axten, Architect and Surveyor, I Cadoxton. 5781 r- HYDROLEINE SANITARY SOAP POWDER.—Why so Popular? Because:—1. It expels dirt, promotes health, makes Home—sweet Home," 2. It cleans equally a marble statue and a greasy saucepan. 3. It brightens silver and glass, and expels dirt, promotes health, makes" Home-sweet Home." 2. It cleans equally a marble statue and a greasy saucepan. 3. It brightens silver and glass, and purifies nedroom ware. 4, It renews dirty carpets, soapy sponges, greasy garments. 5. It is powerful in the laundry, and safe in the nursery bath. In ilb. Packets, lib. Bags. 2cwt. Casks. THE HYDROLKINE COMPANY, LIMITED. London Offices: 76, High Holborn, W.C. Works: Leicester. Foreign Depots: Paris, Brussels. Mel. bourne, Cape Town. 5803 KEALL'S AMERICAN MANDRAKE JL3L. PILLS y The great remedy for Bili- MANDRAKE ous and Liver Complaints, PILLS MANDRAKE Indigestion, Piles, <fe Gravel, PILLS MANDRAKE and the greatest Blood Puri- PILLS MANDRAKE tier of the age. PILLS MANDRAKE TESTIMONIAL. PILLS MANDRAKE tier of the age. PILLS MANDRAKE TESTIMONIAL. PILLS MANDRAKE Mr Keall, Maindee. PILLS MANDRAKE Sir,—1 consider your Ameri- PILLS MANDRAKE can Mandrake Pills to "be the PILLS MANDRAKE greatest success the world has PILLS MANDRAKE ever known.—I am, sir, yours PILLS MANDRAKE faithfully, F. H. HEWSON. PILLS MANDRAKE Munday. Chemist, Cardiff. PILLS i MANDRAKE Robb, Chemist, Roath; Gar- PILLS MANDRAKE rett Brothers, Newport; J. G. PILLS MANDRAKE Isaac (late Hayman), Che- PILLS MANDRAKE mist, Neath; Newberry and I PILLS MANDRAKE Son. London. PILLS MANDRAKE Proprietor — Mr KEALL, PILLS MANDRAKE Chemist & Dentist, 199, High- PILLS MANDRAKE J street, Swausea. 8076 1012 PILLS l!nb1í, j1!øtias, ABERYSTWYTH HORSg FAIR. —The Aberystwyth Half-yearly HORSE FAIR will be held on TUESDAY. May 7th, and September 17th CATTLE FAIRS first xMonday in every month.—April 1st, 1889. 9ft BARRY DOCK AND RAILWAYS. COMMENCING on SUNDAY NEXT, May 5th. PASSENGER TRAINS will be run between COGAN and BARRY. For particulars of times see bills. R. EVANS, General .Manager. Barry, May 1st, 1889. yiv ROYAL NATIONAL EISTEDDFOD XLI OF WALES. BRECON. 1889. PAVILION. Persons desirous of TENDERING for the EREC. TION of the PAVILION on the site selected by the Committee, in accordance with the plans and speci. fications. to he seen at my Office any day from the 7th to the 24tli May, both inclusive, are requested to send sealed tenders, endorsed "Pavilion," to me on or before noon of Saturday, 25th May inst. The Committee do not pledge themselves to accept the lowest or any tender. RHYS DAVIES, Secretary. Brecon, 1st May. 1889. 5809 /1\ ROYAL NATIONAL EISTEDDFOD OF WALES. BRECON, 188 9. FINAL EDITION of the LIST of SUBJECTS and PRIZES is now ready price 4d, post free. Date of entry for Literature tomposhious extended to 1st July Music and Arts to 10th August. RHYS DAVIES, Secretary. Brecon, 1st May, 1889. 5810 IJojal Jiottas. IN THE HIGH COURT OF JUSTICE JL (CHANCERY DIVISION). In the Matter of the Companies Acts, 1862 and 1867, and In the Matter of the Llwydarth Iron, Steel, and Tin. plate Company, Limited. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that a PETITION for the WINDING UP of the above-named Company by her Majesty's High Court of Justice (Chancery Division) was on the 29th day of April, 1889, presented to the High Court of Justice by William Eden Walker, Thomas Walker, Anthony Lax Maynard, Georgina Saurey Cookson (Executrix of James Cookson, de- ceased), and William Cunninghame, Thomas William James, and James Edward Stead (Executors of Thomas James, deceased), trading In co-partnership as Iron. masters, under the style or firm of Walker, Maynard- and Co., creditors of the said company; and that the said petition is directed to be heard before Mr Justice Chitty on Saturday, the 11th day of May, 1889, and any creditor or contributory of the said company desirous to oppose the making of an order for the winding up of the said company under the above Acts, should appear at the time of hearing, by himself or his counsel, for that purpo!>e, and a copy of the petition will be furnished to any creditor or contributory of the aid company requiring the same, by the undersigned, on payment of the regulated charge tor the same. Dated this 29th day of April, 1889 RICHARD WHITE, 7, New Inn, London, W.C., Agent for Thomas William James, Swansea, 5807 Solicitor for the Petitioners. (iDucatian. CARDIFF- JOSEPH 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 on application. COLLEGE CLASSES. — Harmony: Mondays at 2, 7; Tuesdays at 2.30. Musical Form, for pianists and vocalists Thur>days at 2.30. Theory and sight singing, for all choir members: Mondays at 8. College Philharmonic Society Tuesdays at 8. THE EASTER TERM COMMENCES ON MON. DAY, APRIL the 22nd, 1889. 136 1134 ^T! CATHERINES, CARD IFF. A FIRST-CLASS MODERN SCHOOL FOR GIRLS, with Kindergarten for Girls and Boys. PRINCIPAL Miss TULLIS. Excellent premises, lasge staff of experienced teachers, wide curriculum, and moderate and inclusive f86". Unusual success in bigh-class examinations. prospectuses containing full particulars sent on application. The SUMMER TERM WILL BEGIN on FRIDAY, MAY 3rd. 5629 HARROW HOUSE HIGH SCHOOL, JLJL ROATH, CARDIFF. PRINCIPALS The MISSES MARKS. FEES (inclusive of English, French, Latin, Mathe- matics. Science, Drawing, Class Singing, Drilling, and Needlework), S3 10s per term. Additional Fee for Board, £7 7s per term. Large House, with good Recreation Ground. RE-ASSEMBLY.—Boarders, May 6th Day Pupils, May 7th. bo18 13728 ST. OLAVE'S SCHOOL FOR GIRLS. No. 20, WINDSOR-PLACE, CARDIFF PRINCIPAL Mrs PHILLIPS. (Cert. Cambridge with Honours.) The curriculum of education includes thorough English, French, German, Latin, Music, Needlework, anci Calisthenics. Fees moderats. Private lessons given. Boarders received. PUPILS WILL RE-ASSEMBLE ON MONDAY, MAY 6th, at 2.30 p m. Successful preparation for public examinations. 5748 EN SI N G T O N HOUSE, .tX. WINDSOR-PLACE, CARDIFF. BOARDING AND DAY SCHOOL FOR GIRLS. Principals—The Misses HARVEY. The Summer Term will commence MAY 9th, 1889. T^MARY'S HALL SCHOOL, PARK- )0 GROVE. PRINCIPAL ALEXANDER LAW. The SUMMER TERM will BEGIN on MONDAY, May btb. Pupils are prepared for the Cambridge Local and London University Matriculation Examinations. 5711 REPARATORY SCHOOL FOR BOYS, JL 16, THE PARADE. Miss 0< PKINS, Principal. The Next Term commences TUESDAY, May 7th. 439 CARDIFF MIDDLE-CLASS SCHOOL (BOYS') Spring Villa, Cowbridge-road, neat Sophia Gardens. Principal, VV. WILKKS, B.A., Lond. Next Term commences Monday* April 29th, 1889. 629 ST. MARGARET'S, RICHMOJSD- <'0 ROAD, CARDIFF.— SCHOOL for GIRLS, and PREPARATORY CLASS for BOYS.-Pnncipal Mrs SIMPSON, assisted by efficient teachers. SUMMER TERM COMMENCES MONDAY, MAY 6th. 932 CARDIFF PREPARATORY AND PRACTICUM SCHOOL, 23, NORTHCOlE-STREET, RICHMOND-ROAD. Mr C G. MUSCHAWECK (late Tutor to the Earl of Durham and Brothers) instructs Boys between the ages of 7 and 14. Charges moderate. The NEXT TERM BEGINS WEDNESDA\, MAY & 7 PENARTH. WESTBOURNE SCHOOL, VT PENARTH. PRINCIPAL-MR SYDNEY GIBSGN. PROSPECTUS ON APPLICATION. 5678 REPARATORY SCHOOL FOR BOYS, JL HASLAND HOU, WESTBOURNEROAD, PENARTH. Principal, Mr JOSEPH LUGG. Be- opens (D. V.) 7th May, 1889. GOWBKIDGE. GREA HOUSE SCHOOL FOR GIRLS. PRINCIPALS Mrs and the Misses CULVERWELL. Thorough preparation for Cambridge, Oxford, Royal Academy of Music, and Trinity College examinations. Special attention is given to comfort, refinement, and physical well-being. Next Term commences May 9. Terms moderate. Fees from entrance. 1024 7833 HEATH HOUSIL, COWBRIDGE. m BOARDING AND DAY SCHOOL. PRINCIPALS—The MISSES LLEWELLYN. The NEXT TERM will BEGIN MAY 1st Pupils prepared for Local Examinations. Terms moderate MAESYCWMMEK. SOUTH WALES SCHOOL FOR I GIRLS, SUMMERFIELD HALL, MAESTYC VVMMER, CARDIFF. PIUNCIPAL-Mrs NICHOLLS, F.E.I.S., F.S.Sc. Gold and Silver Medallist. (Under distinguished patronage, and in union with Trinity College, London, the Society of Science. Arts, and Letters, Loudon), and the Royal College of Music. The last three years 600 certificate" oyer 400 dis- tinctions, and 350 special certificates have oeen gained from Trinity College, Royal Academy. College of Pre- ceptors, Science and Art (London), and the Universities of Oxford, Cambridge, and Edinburgh also prizes from Trinity College aud Science and Art (London). A bronze medal from the International Exhibition ) (Science and Art) for painting, silver naedal for music, and a bronze medal from the London College of Music, and 48 certificates of merit for drawing, painting (oil a.nd 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 (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 Scbolarsaips, and BloO to S180 in prizes. Hundreds of testimonials fmom parents ana pupils in all parts of the world. Fees for boarders, including tuition, prizes, scholarships and preparation for any University Braini. nation five guineas. Day pupils, one guinea. One of the best schools in the eoaistry."—Vide Press. 136a0 4282 NEATH. "VTEATH. —PROPRIETARY SCHOOL. Higher Education.—application for terms, Ac., to Archuefccca at If&adafi, Headmaster, Neath. 1118 d5imcati0n. PONTARDAWE. PONTARDAWE COLLEGIATE -*L i^CHOOL.—Preparation for all examinations. Recent successes in London matriculation, drc. Pre. paratory department for gentlemen's sons. NEXT TERM BEGINS MAY btb. 1889. 653 +- CARMARTHEN. QUEEN ELIZABETH GRAMMAR SCHOOL, CARMARTHEN. HOUSE SCHOLARSHIPS. Six-Value One £20, Two £b each, and Three £10 each per annum. Offered for Competition on Tuesday, April 30th, 1889. SUBJECTS— I. Arithmetic. II. Dictation and a Paper containing Questions on—1. Geography—(a) General Outlines (b) with special reference to Great Britain. 2. English, Grammar, Analysis of Sentences, Composition, etc. 3. Outlines of English History from 106ó-181b,A.D. Ill. Classics—(a) Greek and Latin Grammar, (b) Easy unseens from Greek and Latin, Easy Latin Prose. Boys under 15 may use Dictionaries for Transla- tions, "nd a Latin-English Dictionary for Latin Prose. Candidates from Elementary Schools need not do Classics but Qbold offer instead one additional sub- ject, of which notice must be given. 5646 Apply-Head Master. OSWESTRY. THE. OSWESTRY HIGH SCHOOL. TWENTY OPEN SCHOLARSHIPS Will be OFFERED for COMPETITION at the HIGH SCHOOL on the 11th, 12th, and 13th of NEXT SEPTEMBER. ONE SCHOLARSHIP of EM a Year. TWO SCHOLARSHIPS of B24 „ TWO of £21 » TWO LT THREE °l f •• SEVEN °* 5^ >' THREE 01 PRELIMINARY TEST EXAMINATIONS may be arranged at Aberdare, Swansea, and Carnarvon, pro- vided that not less than Six Candidates desire to be examined at each of these centres. Applications for further particulars should be acidressed to 5232 MR OWEN OWEN, M.A.. Head Master. LLANDOVERY- y^L AN DO VERY COLLEGE. The NEXT TERM COMMENCES on THURSDAY, MAY 2nd.—For all particulars apply to the Warden, The College. Uandovery. 5520 PONTYPRIDD. pONTYPRIDD GRAMMAR SCHOOL. RE-OPENS on MONDAY, 6th May. Thorough education. Preparation for aH examina.tjons.-App Mr JOHN FRANCIS McCLUNE, Headmaster.b7M ABERGAVENNY. BERGAVENNY LADIES' SCHOOL -CTL —MILFORD HOUSE. Principal: Mrs YATES. The educational advantages are of a superior kind. and the establishment is so conducted as to ensure the happiness and well-being of pupils. NEXT TERM DA\ TUESDAY, May 7th, 1889. 565 BERGAVENNY GRAMMAR SCHOOL. BOARDERS RECEIVED BY MR WEBBER, THE HEAD MASTER. Healthy locality. Comfortable home. Excellent diet. Thorough education. Ten candidates passed last Cambridge Local Examination, all in honours. Only one failure durine; last eleven years. TERM BEOINS 7th MAY. 526 CHEfsTOW. f^lHEPSTOW GRAMMAR SCHOOL. Vy Splendid s tuation. Fine residence. These results (of public examinations) shew that the school '^pl^s very high with the best schools on 'the lists.' Mon- mouthshire Paper. PRINCIPAL G. DEWDNEY, B.A. 49? SECOND MASTER G. BRYANT, B.A. CLIFTON, BRISTOL. JJIGH-CLASS EDUCATION. BRIGHTON HOUSE SCHOOL, REDLAND PARK, CLIFTON. Established 1873 to provide a thoroughly good education at moderate terms. There will be a few Vacancies for Boarders and Day Pupils May 6th. Large premises near the Downs. The number of pupils limited to 120 (45 boarders). An excellent table kept. A good home for boarders. Large staff of efficient tutors. Pupils admitted from eight years of age. All subjects taught. Inclusive terms. Playground, well-fitteu workshop, gymnasium, football, hockey, cricket, and tennis clubs. Separate house as Sanatorium. Pupils successfully prepared for the Army, Navy, Civil Service, Medical and Preliminary Law Examinations, as well as for those of the Univer- sities, Oxford and Cambridge Locals, College of Pre- ceptors, Science and Art Department also for the Musicai Examinations of the Royal Academy and Trinity College. -Prospectuses, examination successes, references, and full pariiculars on application to the Head Master, Mi CHAitLES BIGG Recent Successes, — (December) Cambridge Uni- versity Honours, also Intermediate and Junior Passes. (December )College of Preceptors. (Februarys Pre- liminary Law. (March) Preliminary Medieal. Koyal Academy of Music. Various Bank Examinations. Only one failure in all these competitions. Classes will now be formed for the London Univer- sity Matriculation, January, 1890, add for all the other above-named Examinations 5703 APSLEY SCHOOL 3, OSBORNE- ROAD, CLIFTON. Established 1864. Princi. pal Mr LEWIS W. ROGKRS. Vacancies this term for two boarders. SCHOOL RE-OPENS May 6th. Prospectus, references, &c., on application. QHUROH 0 R G A N s. rjlHOMPSON AND gHACKELL, (LIMITED), QUEEN'S QRGAN FACTORY, CARDIFF. PRICE LIST:— JJ-O. 1. pRICE £60. 156 Pipes No.2, pRICE £90. 225 Pipes. No.3. pRICE £120. 298.Pipes pRICE £135. 390 Pipes. No.5. pRIOE £200. 454 Pipes. ESTIMATES GJLVEN FOR LARGER ORGANS UP TO SLOOO. Specifications, Designs, a.nd Estimates furnished for all descriptions of Church, Hall or Chamber Organs. Also for Re-building Additions, and Repairs. THE BEST MATERIALS ONLY USED. Organs Tuned and Kept in Order by Contract in any part of South Wales THOMPSON and SHACKELL (Limited) have had the honour of attending to the Organs at Llandaff Cathedral, the Park-hall, Cardiff, &c., &c., and have a staff of workmen of great experience, capable of atten- ing to any Organ, however ntricate the mechanism. 11047 THE GRKAT BLOOD PCRIFIKK THOMPSON'S BURDOCK PILLS over -t- comethe worst forms of diseases, ana the fouiesc state of theblood, stomach liyer, and kidneys they u-; tot he core of every disease, where no other meåicin, have power to reach. The GREAT BLOOD PURIFIBR cures the foUowin complaintsIndigestion, or wind in the stomach ot bowels giddiness in the head, dimness of sight weak or soreeyes, iossot memory, palpitation of the heart, liver and bilious obstructions, asthma, or tightness in the chest rheumatics, lumbago, piles, gravel, pains in the back,acarvy, oad legs bad breast, sore throat, sore heads and sores of all descriptions, burns, wounds, or white swellings, scrofula, or king's evil, gatherings tumours or cancers, pimples or blotches on the face an i body, swelled iee. or feglS, scabs and itch, eryslpe1a.; jaundice, and dropsy, and fevers of all kinds In boxes at lid and 2s 9d each, sold by most Chemists, or from the Burdock Pill Manufactory, 44 Oxford-street, Swansea. lOOt tauhlic ^MUSCM^ITTS. CARDIFF. fJIHEATRE ROYAL, CARDIFF. LESSEE AND MAWAGER Mr EDVVARO FLETCHER ACTING MANAGER Mr JOHN* SHKRTDAN TO-NIGHT (THURSDAY), May 2, Return Visit of Mr CHARLES MELVILLE and his Celebrated Company 111 the great Surrey Drama, the £ 1 RIMES OF pAKIS, By Paul Merritt and George Conquest. The Most Successful and Realistic Drama on Tour. MONDAY NEXT, MAY 6, Van Biene and Lingard's London Company in the Famous Comic Opera, The OLD Q. UARD. DAY PERFORMANCE Saturday, May 11, at Two o'clock. Children and Schools at half-price. Box Plan at Thompson and Shackell's, Ltd. GRAND THEATRE AND OPERA HOUSE, CARDIFF. LESSEES Messrs W. & E. JOHN. ACTING MANAGER Mr H CAIRNCROSS. THURSDAY. MAY 2ND, MR H. HARDY'S "SIBERIA" COMPANY, By Special Arrangement with Miss Grace Hawthorne. London Company, New cenery, Costumes, and Effects. THURSDAY, MAY 2nd, and DURING the WEEK, at 7.30, the very Successful, New, and Original Russian Drama, by Bartley Campbell, entitled LIBERIA. MONDAY, May 6th, 1889, Messrs Geo. Conquest and Mr R. H. Eaton's Celebrated London Drama, SAVED FROM THE STREETS p ARK-HALL^ CARDIFFT TO-NIGHT (THURSDAY), at 8, THE WORLD'S MYSTERY, THEGREATDUPREZ, "the famous French Pres- tidigitateur." The most Fascinating Performance in the World Marvellous Mystic Power Transmission of Thought I Spiritualism Extraordinary? Something never seen before Prices. 3s, 2s, Is, and 6d. Seats booked at Thompson a.nd Shackell's, music sellers. 495 PONTYPRIDD. "pyOWARD'S HALL, PONTYPRIDD. DRAMATIC PERFORMANCE, CARDIFF LYRIC CLUB, THIS EVENING. Admission 2s 6d, Is, and bd. Tickets nd Plan at Thompson and Shackell's, Ponty. prldd. See bills. 107 Public ppøínttnents. MERTHYR TYDFIL UNION. HEAD AND ASSISTANT FEMALE NURSES WANTED. The Guardians will on Saturday, the 18th of May next, proceed to make the following APPOINT- MENTS :— HEAD NURSE (at Infirmary). Salary, £25 per annum, with apartments, rations, &c. UNDER NURSE (at Infirmary). Salary, S17 per annum, with apartments, rations, &c. ASSISTANT NURSE (at Workhouse). Salary, £ 17 per annum, with apartments, rations, Ac. Candidates must not be under the age of 25, or over the age of 45. Knowledge of Welsh desirable: Applications, in candidate's handwriting, stating age, number of children, if any, present and previous occupations, accompnied by copies of recent testi- monials (not exceeding three in number), must, be forwarded to me not later than Friday, the 17th of May next, endorsed "Application for Nurse." By order. 6730 FRANK JAMES, Clerk to Guardians. 134, High-street, Merthyr Tydfil. 20th April, 1889. lio&is. INNS OF COURT FAMILY HOTEL, JL HIGH HOLBORN AND LINCOLN'S INN FIELDS, LONDON, W.C. CENTRAL AND QUIET. CHARGES MODERATE. Grand Coffee Room, Ladies' Drawing Room and Reading Room, overlook the extensive Lincoln's Inn Gardens. THE CENTRAL HALL FOR WRITING, LOUNGING, SMOKING, &C.. IS THE FINEST IN ENGLAND. Hydraulic Lifts. Electric Light. Artesian Well Water. I TARIFF on application to b738 F. H. BREWER. MANAGER t DINNERS, JL7 21 and 22, Broadmoad. Plain Tea, 3d; or Breakfast, Meat and Bread, 4d. Good Beds, Is an i Is od. 1258 Appointed by Royal Warrant Makers to H.M. the Queen and His Royal Highness the Prince of Wales. The only Makers holding a Royal Warrant for Horticultural Implements. ipREEN'S PATENT SILENS MES- HJT SOR" LAWN MOWERS. WITH IMPROVED WHEELS AND SOLID LINK STEEL CHAINS. They have stood the test for upwards of thirty years, and have carried off every HIGHEST PRIZK which has been ivell in all cases of competition. They are in C011.$tant use in all the rtoyal G,ir<.lens. Their superiority over those of all other Makers is universally acknowledged. They will cut either short or long grass, bents. &c., I wet or dry. THESE ADVANTAGES NO OIHERLAWN MOWERS POSSESS They are ;he Acme of Perfection They are the simplest in construction, tbe easiest to TTork, the least liable to get out of order, make little noise when in use, and are the MOST DURABLE IAWN MOWERS EXTANT. EVERY ONE SENT OUT IS GUARANTEED to ive entire satisfaction. Otherwise itmay be returned at once Free of Cost to the Purchaser. They can be had of all respectable Ironmongers and Seedsmen in the United Kingdom or direct from the Manufacturers, THOMAS GREjN AND SON (LIMITED), SMITHFIELD IRON WORKS, LEEDS, AND SURREY WORKS, BLACKFRIARS-ROAD, LONDON, S.E. Carriage Paid to all the Principal Railway Stations in .the United Kingdom. Illustrated Price List Free on Application. j Beware of counterfeit imitations. 5747 pIANOS AND QRGANS. THE SUREST AND BEST MEANS OF OBTAINING A FIRST-RATE INSTRUMENT IS TO HIRE ONE WITH OPTION OF PURCHASE. JJUCK, SON, & piNKER, The well-known Firm of BATH AND BRISTOL, LET ON HIRE ALL CLASSES OF INSTRUMENTS, WHICH MAY BE PURCHASED AT THE END OF SIX MONTHS AT THE CASH PRICE, AND THE HIRE ALLOWED. 5196 j G. A STONE & CO., ¡ COMPLETE FUNERAL FURNISHERS EVERY REQUISITE FOR FUNERALS OF ALL CLASSES. Proprietors of Cars, Hearses, Shellibiers, superb Flemish Horses, Coaches, Broug hams, and every necessary equipment for Funerals. PRICE LIST ON APPLICATION. ——— 1108 10, 11, & 12, WORKING STREET, CARDIFF. A WONDEL MBDICINE. 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 breatn, costiveness, scurvy, and blotches on the skin, disturbed sleep, frightful dreams, and all nervous and trembling sensations, &c. The first dose will give relief in twenty mmuks. 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 inya.1ll8oi.>le, as a few dosen of them carry off all humours, and bring about all that is required. No female should be with- out them. 1'bere 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 aU ages to sound and robust health. This has been proved by thousands who have tried them, and found the benefits which are ensured by their use. For a weak stomach, impaired digestion, and all disorders of the Liver, they act like Mol GIC, and a few doses will be found to work wonders upon the most important or in the human machine. They strengthen the whole muscular system,restore the long- lost complexion, bring back the keen eageiot 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 ot 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 Is 1, ana 2s 9d each. Sold by all Druggists and Patent Medicine Dealers everywhere. NIB.—Full directions are given with each oox. 4164 jglLL-POSTING AT NEWPORT, MON. .T. DB B.K£S.lI!O COMMERCIAL-ROAD, NEWPORT BILL-POSTER and DELIVERER for TOWN and COUNTRY Rents all the principal Hoardings in New-DOT Wort: pxeeutcri witli dfsoaM" 1009 CARDIFF ADVERTISING, BILL POSTING. AND CIRCULAR DISTRIBUTING COMPANY (LIMITED). OFFICES CASTLE CHAMBERS, 21, CASTJUMT, [ CARDIFF. SECRETARY FRANK H SIMPSON. Best Permanent Posting Stations in Cardiff and I Neighbourhood Contractors i1)r aU descr p ions 01 (itdv^nasing Circular Distributing Ac, 89 AM oraera »rowvtiy to W* I business JUDresses. I IIMPOltTANT gHORT NOTIOJ AND AN I JMMEDIATE CLEARANCE SAE TW0 DRAPERS; gTOOK AMOUNTING TO £2,384 138, 2D. TT OWE LL AND £ <OMPAN WILL COMMENCE SELLING THE ABOVE ON FRIDAY NEXT, MAY 3BD, 18: LOT 1. £1,542 178. D, l í BOUGHT BY TENDER from the Trusl of the late Mr John David, 1M and 135, Ciift street, Cardiff, at a Discount ot &9b per Co from bis selling prices, 9 LOT 2. £841 168 OD. t 9 BOUGHT BY TENDER from the Trui of Mr Edmund Davies, 129, Cjmmercul-st! Newport, MOD., at a Discount of 31i per ( from his cost prices. M ——_ f H & CO. 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