JpURNITURE ^7*ANS, JpURNITURE "yANS, JjlURNITURE VANS. THE SOUTH WALES DEPOSITORY, GREAT WESTERN CO.'S GOODS STATION. DAVIS-STREET, NEWTOWN. CARDIFF. fURNITURE, PIANOS, PICTURES, GLASS, &c., WAREHOUSED OR REMOVED FROM HOUSE TO HOUSE, TOWN OR COUNTRY, By Road, Rail, or Sea. Vans of All Sizes. Moderate Charges. Estimates Free. 6877 ALFRED EMBRY, PROPRIETOR. V ALLSOPP & SONS, X yOv BASS & CO., and athen of the finest N&W BURTON PRICES. ALES Pel Per ^/A Ifilderkiu Firkin, C/i\ 18s 98 cip 21s 10a 6a 24a 128 0\ And upward*' 1C3Q of j^USSIAN Oí" IMPORTED AT NEWCASTLE, HULL, AND CARDIFF. GOODALL & Co., N LLANDAFF. b374 í GOLD MEDALS, EI>IJN J^UKGM AND LIVERPOOL EXHIBITIONS. F 1-t Y'S PURE CONCENTRATED COCOA. Prepared by a new ami special scientific process securing extreme solubility and developing thefinest flavour of the cocoa.—"It is especially adapted to those whose digestive organs are weak. and I strongly recommend it as a suostitute for tea for young persons -Sir Chas. A. Cam'.roh, President Royal Collrtjr ot Surgeons, Ireland, &-c. 1011
—^ pipping glaticez. T ATERFORD and CORK, and the ▼ V whole of the SOUTH of IRELAND, per Fast j Trains on the GREAT WESTERN RAILWAY", and powerful Steamships, via Mi Iford Haven. The Water- ford Steamers run daily. The Cork Steamers leave New Milford Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays, and | return Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays..),37 f AND BOKDEA UX The CARDIF* STEAMS HI f SSkSSKHL COMPANY'S FIRST-CLASS SCREW -■•TTWKU»- sxEAMKRS will sail as follows! GIRONDE Card iff for Bordeaux July 17 j Bordeaux for Cardiff. July 11 f With foods and passengers. j For Rates of freight, <fcc., apply to Messrs Jno. Whit;. fcftm and Sons, Agents, 2, Rue Lafayette, Bordeaux; fcftm and Sons, Agents, 2. Rue Lafayette, Bordeaux; ,eaad at the Offices of the Company, ol. Mount ntuart- *quare, Cardiff. 1071 h_S481 HOOPER. CAMPBELL A CO.. Managers. JZ^JCFT A ME RIO AN LINE. -t"JL UNITED STATES MAIL STEAMEn:-i. LIVERPOOL TO PHILA DELPHIA EVERY WEDNESDAY. ^Passengers and goods landed at Philadelphia on the i J»harf of the Pennsylvania Railroad. 'J'he shortest and f Beat route to the West. .I'or further particulars apply to RICHARDSON, BPENCB, & CO., 19 and 22, Water-street, Liverpool. I C. J. CUDLipp, Castle road, Cardiff 4? f. and Co., Bute Docks, Cardiff, and at vock- street, Newport; S. J. DAVIES, 9, Edward-Pjace Cardiff; TILNST and Co., Abertillery; J- *ost Office Pontypool; J. THOMAS, '^ede^f'Jr £ H. AUSTIN, Neath-road, Landorei; A.™hes, i. U" Meckan-street, Pontlottyn KUZABETH D*v»s, ai, ■. £ ontmorlais, Merthyr; AUSTIN & AILC0.CL;I„„ NM Jaiies ROBERTS, South Wales Emigration Office, Pontypridd; A. H. THOMAS, Churcb-street, Blaina; j -tod wT H. HITCHINOS, Agent. Aberkenn,, 1016 I TNMAN LINE ROYAli MAIL STEAMERS. I tWSSS S'Sw'SS^KfiaS,. i. «> Water-street, Liverpool; or to S; J. Davies, 9, Kdward's-place, Queen-st, CarùIff, 1. C. Howe and Co., Steamship Brokers, Caraiff;C. J. Cudlipp, Castle-road, s Cardiff; Win. Edwards, Hill Side House, Caerphilly; C. H. Perkins, 17, Somerset-place, Swanea; J Mor. 'I Kan, 9, St. George-street, Swansea Austin & Silo cock's, Swansea; 1._H Austin, Neath-road, Landore; D. S. Thomas, British School, Llandovery; Josiah Davies, Great Western House, Llanelly H. Lewis, Old Market-street. Neath J. Roberts. Pontypridd. 3B63 ■ iitsuranre. 1/ AT HOME AND ABROAD. ACCIDENTS OF ALL KINDS INSURIW AGAINST BY THE j RAILWAY PASSENGERS' ASSURANCE CO. „ 64, CORNHILL LONDON. BON. EVEHN ASHLE1. CHAIRMAN. Annual Income £ 248,000 COMPENSATION ALREADY PAID £ 2,600,000 MODERATE PREMIUMS-FAVOURABJÆ CONDITIONS—NEW CONCESSIONS. Prompt and Liberal Settlement ot Claims, Grand Hotel Buildings, W.C. HEAD OFFICE 64, CORNHLLL, LONDON, E.C., WILLIAM J. VIAN, Secretary. AgentsMr W. E. BRADSHAW, G. W. Railway Messrs TREGERTHEN DUNN & CO.. Merchants' Exchange. Cardiff. 4195-13227 < Emitting Smiles. THE MONMOUTHSHIRE AND SOUTH WALES -PERMANENT BENEFIT BUILDING SOCIETY, 11. J. PARNALL. Esq., J.P., Chairman. RESERVE & CONTINGENT FUNDS :-£6,934135. A D V""A~N C E S 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 withurawals. F. J. HUYBYRNE, Secretary. 173, COMMJBRC I AX-STREET, NEWPORT. 4773 SOUTH WALES MERCANTILE BUILDING SOCIETY, Philharmonic Chambers, 'Jardiff.—The Directors are prepared to make Advances Leasehold and Freehold Securities. Interest reduced F*" per cent, on Old and New Advances. — John Jen- *Hs, A.C.A.. Secretary. 1045 THE MERTHYR AND DOWLAIS JL BUILDING SOCIETY. — Offices, Glebeland Souse, Merthyr Tydfil.—Established 1872. Incorporated *W4.—Liberal Advances ( £ 100 to £ 10,000).—Easy Re- payments in 3 to 17 years. Favourable Redemption ermø-Utmost Secrecy—Loans on Buildings in pro- Charges. DISTRICT AGENTS :— Cardiff and Penarth, Mr J. tiolioway, 12, Queen's Chambers, Cardiff; Cadoxton Barry, Mr Lewis Lewis, Qaarrella-sireet, Cadox- *i?' -AbcrtiUery and District, Mr W. B. Harrison, Aberyillery; Neioport and District, Mr H. A. Goodman, ^wport; Swansea, Mr H. C. Higman, 101. W Pontypridd and Riwndda, Mr PhiiHn= xf* ^ypridd; Carmarthenshire, Mr Isaac Jfhillips, Burry port> a.S 0; 2'redegar and £ binv Val>,k inL'a ^hernias, Aeron Villa, Rhymney. iwa Mr p £ TER WILLIAMS, SecreUry. e. t publications. To the Young men of England who suffer from B Nervous Debility. Just Published, ITmR CONFESSIONS AND EXPERI- .L ENCE OF AN INVALID, Designed as a Warning and a Caution to others sup. plying at the same tima the means of SELF-CURE, by one who has cured himself, after undergoing the usual amount of Medical Impositiou and Quackery. Single Copies may be h%d (post free) by sending a Stamped addressed envelope to the author, ARTHUR DIXON, Esq., HOUNSLOW, near LONDON. 13802 6755 THE GCHIBAJEFF RUSSIAN MINERAL LUBRICATING OILS. OF WORLD WIDE REPUTATION. The BEST, the CHEAPEST, and MOST ECONOMICAL, adapted for all kinds of MACHINERY, CYLINDERS, AXLES, BEARINGS, &c. 18,000,000 GALLONS EXPORTED YEARLY, thisrepre. senting NEARLY HALF OF THE WHOLE PRODUCE OF RUSSIA. Imported in original barrels (the strongest ever made) by tbe SOLE AGENTS FOR THE UNITED KINGDOM AND THE COLONIES, MESSRS BLUMANN AND STERN. CHIEF OFFICES 43, LONDON WALL, LONDON, E. C. BRANCH OFFICE: ADELAIDE CHAMBERS, ADELAID E ST. SWANSEA. 5988 "FOR THE BLOOD IS THE LIFE, "YY ORLD-FAMED BLOOD MIXTURE. THE GREAT BLOOD j £ >URIFIER and RESTORER. CLEANSING and CLEARING the r" BLOOD from ALL IMPURITIES, it cannot be *°o highly recommended. nf°r Scrofula, Scurvy, Eczema, Skin and Blood "iseases, and Sores of ail kinds it is a never-failing permanent Cure. *t 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, Ah thu aS? whatever cause arising ranted fre« V**Ure is pleasant to the taste, and war- constitution anything injurious to the most ctelica e sufierers to givl -?:ther sex, the Proprietors solicit Te »t a trial to test its value. •« t aiiA>rnd f„„ "Chester. March 5,1883. lees for over five V6B.t^eunia^c Pa'ns 111 niy arms and through whfch I couw' 1 also had a bruised shinbone, Orougn wm ^ould rest for only a few mmutes at a fcnod f mo«eSies were applied, but none did tryaark^Sl^.4"- 1 TZ' on taking the first bottle I felt1 rf.liVfW I was told eleven bottles would effeitTpeS" Je™! only tel°ine b0ttl6S and a a"' cost Te & 6d pe? "It U now ten months since, and I have not felt the ^'Pain-in fact, I am perfect in in ^good health as ever I was in my lifQ_ an iit°he°uer'1 tol(i tW° who were laid ?ouT ri r^eVmatic P'iin,S „ yTi"e' ana they tried four Clarke's Blood Mixture. They are tailors by "2ire* and in seven days they were at work again, and •hey 3ay it cannot be too highly praised—Hoping I am not intruding, I remain, yours sincerely, a "G. HOWARTH, Sergeant, Depot Cheshire Regiment, Chester.» T^d in ,bot«es, 2s 9d and lis eacli. By ftll CHEM- lors and PATENT MEDICINE V! > HOR.^ through I ivnRr^'1'1, or for 55 or 132 -w"ITby the LINCOLN AND MIDLA.XD COUNTHi*' DRUG CO., Askfo ^ADK "BLOOD MIXTURE." he VAEKE'S BLOOD MIXTURE, an<1 do not ggPorsttadedtotake an imitation. 1005 IV/fESBRS W. H. SMITH ana SON StinJ!'l,rthli SOUTH WALES DAILY ng towns^— e*ch Mornmj in all pans of the IOUOW !^NSKa NEWPORT OAN^nv MEKTHYK PORTSKEWETT Rlivi hnr^c aJ?KRDARK PONTYPOOL ROAD BUll!: DOCKS HER]tFORD PEMBROKE DOCi: MII.FOR1) HAVERFORDWEST ^AIH BRISTOl, GLOUCESTER r'KLLY TB-NBY ABERYSTWYTH LAMPEijyj CARMARTHEN ABERGAVENNY The CARDIFF T1MJii> aiso delivered every Fr day aadress in the above mentioned Towns. ^Jgj^RS to be sent to The Manacer^ or tn<? vnriou» !tU5 be ^.nct'gn. AUCTION APPOINTMENTS. Messrs W. C. CLARKE and DOVEY. Furniture and Effects, at Cardiff Ju y 17 HoU3ehold^Mnihire, at^Cf^rdi^ July 18 Steamship Shares,^t Cgdiff „ juiy 25 M 'T. WHITTY EVANS. Oil Piintinws at Aberdare Juiy 15 17 £ jg OH Paintinss>ratGo A]brz & Office Furniture, Safes, &c., at Cardiff „.July 19 Horses, at Cardiff July 20 Furniture and Effects, at Cardiff ™Juiy 23 Household Furniture, at Cardiff July 26 Cows at Exchange 27 Residences, at Cardiff „ July £ 0 CoUiery Plant, at J-laneUy „July- Messrs W. & s. BERN. Villa Residence, at Cardiff July 25 Messrs ENKINS, CLARKE and CO. Farm, Cottages, &c., at Treherbert „ July 22 Mr W. G. LAITY. House, Shoji, and Premises, at Cardiff 22 Messrs J. (j. MADDOX and CO. Household Furniture, at Rooms July 16 & 18 Mr T. RULE OWEN. Biaentwrch Estate, at Lampeter July 26 Farms, at Monachlogddu. July 27 Mr THOMAS PARRY. Beerhouse, &c„ at Newport July 24 Messrs PARSONS & ROBJENT. Leasehold Properties, at Newport.August 21 Messrs POOLE and MORGAN. Ground Rents, &c., at Blaenavon ..—July 17 Messrs WM. SANDERS & SONS. Business and other Properties, at Roath July 22 Villa Residences, &c.. at Canton Messrs STEPHENSON and ALEXANDER Plant and Materials, atCarngethin Collieries..July 16 Leasehold Property, at Cardiff July 23 Oil Paintings and Water-Colours, at Cardiff no 01 July 4 Messrs STRAKER and SON. Freehold Residence and Laud.at Abergavenny. July 23 Leasehold Property, at Ebbw Vale. July 24 Messrs J. HOWELL THOMAS and CO. Freehold Property, at Llandyssul July 16 SALE THIS DAY. THE DUKK-STRHET AUCTION ROOMS, CARDIFF. ON TUESDAY & THURSDAY, JULY 16th & 18th, 1889, Commencing at Two o'clock precisely. MESSRS J. G. MADDOX and CO. will SELL by PUBLIC AUCTION,at the above>sales, ■ a varied assemblage of superior HOUSEHOLD APPOINTMENTS, comprising a superior pianoforte in walnut casej by Sawday, of London; walnut and mahogany suites, variously upholstered for drawing and dining rooms; walnut, mahogany, and oak Btdeboards and cheffoniers, cabinets and overmantels, dining and other tables, iron and brass bedsteads with bedding, duchesse toilets, wardrobes and chests of drawers to match. other walnut bedroom suites, &c., together with a quantity of fenders, ashpans, and brasses. On View Morning of 'Sale. All lots intended for these Sales must be Entered at the offices not later than the day prior to. 1111 HENDREWEN, TREHERBERT. BY ORDER OF THE MORTGAGEES. MTSSSRS JENKINS, CLARKE & CO. will SELL by AUCTION, at the Stuart Hotel, Treherbert, on MONDAY, the 22nd day of July next, at Three fur Four o'clock in the afternoon, the follow- ing LEASEHOLD PROPERTIES LOT 1.—The HENDREWEN ESTATE, near Tre- herbert, with the farmhouse and outbuildings known as Tyisbaf Farm (to the extent of the surface of same) together with the 55 Cottages, School-house, School- ro m, Gas-house, and other buildings thereon, and Ground Rents of an annual value of BM 13s 61. The estimated gross income of this property is £484 lis 8d. LOT 2.-All those TWO SHOPS and PREMISES, 37 and 37a, Bute-street, adjoining the Castle Hotel in Treherbert. LOT 3.—All that CORNER PREMISES; 18, Wynd. ham-street, Treherbert. LOT 4.-No. 19. WYNDHAM-STREET, adjoining the last lot. LOTS 5 to 12.-Nos. 20 to 27, WYNDHAM.STREET, adjoining the above. JLOT 13.-All those TEN COTTAGES, Nos. 47 to 56, Scott-street, at the rear of Wyndham-street, Tre. herbert. Printed particulars, with terms of ground rents and estimated rentals, will be ready in a few days, with Conditions of Sale, and may be had on application to the Auctioneers, Messrs Jenkins.CIarke and Co., Phil- harmonic Chambers, Cardiff or of Messrs WANSEY, BOWEN and CO., Solicitors, 28, Moorgate-street, London, E.C. 6593 SALE OF STEAMSHIP SHARES, AT THE EXCHANGE, CARDIFF, ON THURSDAY, 25TH JULY, 1889, AT THREE P.M. SHARP. "VTESSRS TREGERTHEN DUNN & CO. •19-L have been instructed to SELL by AUCTION, as above, the following STEAMSHIP SHARES, VIZ. :— 1 £236 Share (fully paid) Portugalete 8.S, Co., Ld. 1 £ 200 „ „ Dowlais S.S. Co., Ld. 1 £10). Brynglas S.S., Co., lid. 7 £10 „ Oriental S.S. Co., Ld. 1 £100 ,,1010 Morganwg S.S. Co., Ld. Entries for this Sale can be made up to the 22nd inst. For further particulars apply to the Auctioneers and Shipping Salesmen, Merchants' Exchange, Bute Docks, Cardiff. 6789 SALE TO-MORROW. 74, WOODVILLE-ROAD, CATHAYS, CARDIFF. TO PORK BUTCHKttS, FURNITURE DEALERS, AND OTHERS. MESSRS W. C. CLARKE and DOVEY have received instructions from Mr B. Lewis to SELL by AUCTION, on the premises as above, on WEDNESDAY NEXT, July 17th, the whole of the FIXTURES, FITTINGS, UTENSILS, HOUSE. HOLD FURNITURE, and other Effects belonging to him. The Lots will include mahogany hair-covered suite, two mahogany tables, CAPITAL AMERICAN ORGAN WITH ELEVEN STOPS, BY SMITH easy chairs, couch, iron bedsteads and palliasses, birchwood bedstead and hangings, mahogany and oak chests of drawers, marble-top and other washstands, bedroom ware, bedroom and kitchen chairs, pier and other glasses, pictures, two perambulators, dinner and tea services. fenders and irons, and the usual kitchen requisites two patent balances with brass weights, potato scale and weights, three butter stands, large dishes, pickling tubs, cboppin machine, sausage filler, hand and sack trucks, and other pork butchering utensils, and the whole may be seen on the day of the Sale, which wiU commence punctually at Two o'clock p.m. Tbere will be No Reserve. H 31, Queen-street, Cardiff, July 11th, 1889. 28, HAMILTON-STREET, CANTON, CARDIFF. TO PARTIES FURNISHING AND OTHERS. MESSRS W. C. CLARKE and DOVEY will SELL by AUCTION, at the above address, on THURSDAY NEXT, July ltlth, the whole of the capital HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE & OTHER EFFECTS, belonging to Mr Ernest H. Williams. The Furniture inclndes an inlaid chiffonier, with glass back walnut table, poles, curtains, and rings, brass and other fenders, pier and other glasses, couch, ornaments, dining table, easy chairs, books, prints, oil paintings, bedroom suite, iron and brass-mounted bedsteads, feather beds, carpets, kitchen requisites, disc. The lots may be seen on the day of the sale, which will commence punctually at Two o clock p.m. There will be no reserve. 31, Queen-street, Cardiff, July 12th, 1889. 6279 FOR ABSOLUTE SALE. TO 1NVKSTORS AND OTHERS. SALE OF A DESIRABLE LEASEHOLD DWELLING-HOUSE, SHOP AND PREMISES, KNOWN AS THE BROADWAY POST-OFFICE, ROATH, CARDIFF. MR W. G. LATTY has been favourdd with instructions to SELL by AUCTION, with- out tbe slightest reserve, at the Queen's Hotel, Cardiff, 011 MONDAY, July 22nd, 1889. at Seven o'clock in the evening, subject to such conditions of sale as shall be then and there produced, all that valuable and well- built HOUSE, SHOP, AND PREMISES, Situate and being No. 126, Broadway, Roath, Cardiff. The Premises are held under lease from William Bradley, Esq., for the term of 99 years, from the 21st day of March, 1877, at the annual ground rent of :1::5, and are now in the occupation of Mr F. Martin, Post- master, at a rental of £.30 per annum. For further particulars apply to the Auctioneer, the Glamorgan Horse Repository, Cardiff. 6890 No. 9, Harriet-street, Cogan, near Cardiff. MR W. G. LATTY has been favoured with instructions to SELL by AUCTION at the Queen's Hotel, Cardiff, on MONDAY, July 22nd, 1889, at Seven o'clock in the Evening, subject to such conditions of sale as shall be then and there produced, all that well-built DWELLING-HOUSE and PUE. MISES, situate and being No. 9, Harriet-street, Cogan, held under lease from Lord Windsor at a ground rent of B2 Is 3d per annum, and now let to a respectable tenant at 5s per week.—For further particulars apply to E. Rowland Payne, Esq., Solicitor, 94, St. Mary- street, Cardiff, or the Auctioneer. 689 « « y ERDICT OF 300." Under this heading Messrs R. J. Heath and Sons, Cardiff, issue a pamphlet containing testimonials from their numerous customers. As makers of and dealers in pianofortes, organs, harmoniums, and other instru meuts, the firm have established the highest reputa- tion, and the particular value of the testimony which they bring into public notice is that it emanates from local sources, and may therefore be tested by personal inquiry in any direction. To judge from the number and variety of the letters received, it would almost appear as though the Messrs Heath had sup- plied all Cardiff and South Wales with instruments of music; but although this is by no means the case, it is unquestionable that they have a very wide and constantly enlarging circle of customers, and that these are thoroughly well pleased with the instruments they have had delivered to them. Having considerable variety of stock, and holding agencies from the best makers — oeing also manufacturers themselves — the firm are able to give their customers a good choice both in style and price and, an instrument having been cliosen, the experience of the purchaser appears to be in every instance most satisfactory. The pamphlet directs particular attention to the tuning branch of Messrs Heath's business, they havin; a latge connection, tuning about 8,000 pianos yearly and in regard to the repair. ing department, they offer to send a representative, free of charge, for the purpose of giving an estimate of the cost of repairs. Those contemplating purchase of an instrument will do well to consider the Verdict of 300," 0btainable on application at Messrs Heath and Sens, 51, Queen-street, Cardiff. b 1066 I G. A STONE & CO., COMPLETE FUN ERAL FURNISHERS EVERY REQUISITE FOR FUNERALS OF ALL CLASSES. Proprietors of CaM, Hearses, Sheilibiers, superb Flemish Horses, Coaches, Broug hams, and every necessary equipment for Funerals. PRICE LIST ON APPLICATION. ———— 1108 10, 11, 12) WORKING STREET, CARDIFF. jL00y' be^paid to any person who, GOLDMANN' TOOTH WATER, is agaiu troubled with toothache.—S. Goldmann and Co., Dresden. To.be obtained genuine from I Mr J. MUNDAY, CHEMIST, 1. High-street, Cardiff Per bottle, Is 6d by post, Is 9d. 40—1178 Jlaks by ^urtian. ON FRIDAY NEXT, SALE OF BOOKCASE, OFFICE DESKS, AND OFFICE FITTINGS. MESSRS GOTTWALTZ & BOWRING .1. will SELL by AUCTION, at their Sale- rooms, 11, High-street, Cardiff, on FRIDAY next, 19th July, 1889, at 2.30 p.m. punctually, 70 LOTS OF OFFICE FURNITURE, 16 FIRE AND THIEF-PROOF SAFES, comprising BOOKCASES, desks, secretaires, WRITING TABLES, substantial chairs, OAK and MAHOGANY OFFICE TABLES of various sizes, pedestals of drawers, oilcloth and three office carpets, sets of I chairs, a BOARD-ROOM TABLE in good condition, and other useful office effects also, By order of Messrs J. CARTWRIGHT and SONS, 16 FIRVT-CLASS THIEF AND FIRE-PROOF SAFES in suitable size*. ON VIEW MORNING OF SALE. 6907 ——— HORSE EXCHANGE, CARDIFF. SATURDAY NEXT, JULY 20TH, 1889. MESSRS GOTTWALTZ and BOWRING will HOLD their NEXT STUD SALE of HARNESS HORSES, HACKS, COBS, and rONIES on the above date, including— 2 Horses, the property of a gentleman. Pair of Horses from W. Siatter, Esq. Horses from E. Lawrence, Esq., J. E.Hughes, Esq., R. J. Evans, Esq., and others also a NEARLY NEW GOVERNESS CAR. Further entries respectfully solicited. 6805 MONMOUTHSHIRE.—NEAR ABERGAVENNY. VALUABLE FREEHOLD RESIDENCE AND LAND FOR SALE. MESSRS STRAKER & SON will SELL .HJL by AUCTION, at the Swan Hotel, Aberga- venny, on TUESDAY, 23rd of July, 1883, at Three o'clock in the Afternoon precisely, subject to condi- tions of sale to be then produced, all that substantially- built and valuable FREEHOLD RESIDENCE and LAND, situate in the parish of Llanthewy Rytherch, in the county of Monmouth, known as GLAN-FFRWD." The resideuce, which has a southern aspect, is of modern erection, aud most pleasantly situated, com. prises in the basement two arched cellars; on the f round floor, entrance hall, dining and drawing rooms, itchen( scullery, dairy, bakehouse, and pantry and .on the upper floor, six bedrooms. There IS a lawn in front, a large and productive kitchen garden, planted with choice fruit trees, and also a neat shrubbery, upon which a considerable sum of money has been expended. The Farm Buildings comprise barn, granaries, cow- houses, stable, coachhouse, piggeries, and other useful outhouses. The estate comprises in the whole 26a. lr. 24p., or.' thereabouts, of most productive meadow, pasture, and orchard land, and there is a never-failing supply of ? pure water. The Property is situate about l mile from Penper- pwm Station on the Great Western Railway, and 412 miles from the excellent market town of Abergayenny. It is almost entirely surrounded by the estates of the Most Noble the Marquis of Abergavenny, and is now in the occupation of Mr William Jones, as yearly tenant, at the annual rent of £73. Hunting, fishing, and shooting may be obtained in the immediate neighbourhood. To view, apply to the tenant on the premises, and for further particulars and plans apply to the Auc- tioneers, Abergavenny and Pontypool; or to Mr H. JEFFREY JONES, Solicitor, 6875 Abergavenny and Blaenavon. EBBW VALE, MONMOUTHSHIRE. VALUABLE LEASEHOLD PROPERTY FOR SALE. MESSRS STRAKER and SON will SELL by AUCTION, at the Victoria Hotel. Ebbw Vale, on WEDNESDAY, the 24th July, 1889, at Six o'clock in the Evening, in the following or such other Lots as may be arranged at the time of Sale, and subject to conditions to be then produced, the undermentioned VALUABLE LEASEHOLD PROPERTY, Viz. LOT 1.—AU that DWELLING HOUSE, SHOP, and PREMISES, situate near the Churchj Post-office, and Institute, at Ebbw Vale, and containing spacious shop with double front, dining-room, drawing-room, kitchen and 3cullery on the ground floor, five bedrooms on the first floor, and three rooms in the attics. The pre- mises are occupied by Mr C. W. Morgan, painter, as yearly tenant at the rent of JB40. Immediate-possession can be arraned for, and the premises would be most eligible for a chemist or any other business. LOTS 2, 3, and 4 consist of THREE COTTAGES adjoining the above premises, and each other contain- ing four rooms each, and let to Messrs Joshua Thomas, collier Henry Hillier, railman and Charles Emery, engineer, as weekly tenants, at rents amounting in ■ the aggregate to £32 10s. The premises are held under a Lease dated 25th March, 1886, granted by the Ebbw Vale Steel, Iron, and Coal Company, Limited, to Mr William Lyddon, for a term 99 years from that date; the ground rent being £22s 9d per annum. The houses are substantially-built with stone and covered with., slate, There are small yards and w.c.'s at the rear, and the property bas frontages to three streets. It is intended to offer the property in the first instance in one lot, and if not sold then, to offer it in I four lots, and to apportion the ground rent. A portjon of the purchase money may remain on mortgage. For further particulars apply to Mr Thomas Henry, Ebbw Vale or to the Auctioneers, Abergavenny and Pontypool. 6904 TO CAPITALISTS, BREWERS, AND INNKEEPERS. THE ROBIN HOOD, LLANARTH-STREET, NEW. PORT. MR THOMAS PARRY has received instructions to SELL by PUBLIC AUCTION, at the Westgate Hotel, on WEDNESDAY, July 24th, at 3 p.m. precisely, all that old-established, centrally situated, and well-accustomed free BEERHOUSE, known as the "Robin Hood," together with the adjoining House, in the occupation of Mr Borchert, being Nos. 3 and 4, Llanarth-street, Newport. The Premises offer an unusually good opportunity, either as an investment or tor occupation, as tbey are most advantageously situated, and have been held by one family for the past 35 years, darin which time they have acquired a steady and increasing connection. The Premises are beld for the unexpired residue of the term of 70 years, from July 1st, 1834, at the nominal ground rent of £2 38 3d. Possession can be had of the Robin Hood on com. pletion of the purchase. For further particulars apply to the Auctioneer, AJbany-chambers, Skinner-street; or to 6895 Mr JOHN HUTCHINS, Solicitor, Guildhall-chambers, Commercial-street, Newport. PEMBROKESHIRE. PARISHES OF WHITCHURCH AND MONACH- LOGDDU. MR T. RULE OWEN will OFFER for SALE by PUBLIC AUCTION at the Black Lion Hotel, Cardigan, on SATURDAY, the 27th day of July, 1889, at Two o'clock precisely, the FARMS OF CARNEMENIN AND PLETHER.ISSA, jn the parish of Monachlogddu, containing toetber 125 acres or thereabouts in two lots. These Farms hava valuable and extensive rights of Common. The Farms of Whitechurch, Felin-ucha, and Parky. botty, in the parish of Whitechurch, contains 254 acres or thereabouts, in three lots, with exteniYe rights of Common attached. For Plans and Particulars apply to Messrs Saffery, Huntley, and Sou, Bank Chambers, 92, Tooley-street,, London Bridge to Thomas Colby, Esq.. Pantyderri, Blaenfos, R.S.O. to the Black Lion Hotel, Cardigan and to Mr T. Rule Owen, Dand Agent and Valuer, Haverfordwest. 6860 SALE THIS DAY. COURT.ROOM, TEMPERANCE-HALL, ABKRDARE. IMPORTANT UNRESERVED SALE OF VALU- ABLE OIL PAINTINGS AND WATER COLOUR DRAWINGS BY THIRTY OF THE MOST EMI- ABLE OIL PAINTINGS AND WATER COLOUR DRAWINGS BY THIRTY OF THE MOST EMI- NENT ARTISTS. MR T. WHITTY EVANS will SELL by AUCTION, on TUESDAY, WEDNES-> DAY, and THURSDAY, July 16th, 17th, and ISb" 1889, at the above address, a genuine COLLECTION OF OIL PAINTINGS AND WATER-COLOUR DRAWINGS. The finest collection of English and Continental pictures that have been sent to Aberdare tor some ime. Sale at Two and Six o'clock p.m. each day. 6945 On View from Ten a.m. on Mornings of Sale. Auctioneer's Offices, Aberdare and Mountain Ash. £ jR,OSS JgROs77~QARDIFF- LAWN fJIENNIS LA WN rjlENNIS LAWN FJIENNIS > BY AYRES, SLAZENGER'S AND F E L T 20 PER CENT. DISCOUNT OFF MARKET PRICES. Also a few JAPANESE UMBRELLA TENTS. 6294 ——— CROSS B ROS., CARDIFF. QWBRIDGE'S GTOMACHIC (A Concentrated Compound Fluid Extract J, For the PERMANENT CURE of INDIGESTION, with all its resultant forms of General Debility, OWBRIDGE'S STOMACHIC exercises upon diges- tive functions three powerful curative influences, rarely, if ever, found in such perfeot combination in any other medicine professing a lSimilar object. FIR.5TLY-Bein the natural tonic of the Pneumogas- tric nerves, it restores the coat of the stomach to the vigorous condition necessary to healthy digestion. SECONDLY—It is the most efficacious anti-acid known to science, and immediately relieves the pains to which the dyspeptic may have long been a subject. THIRDLy-It purifies the entire digestive ftpstem by promoting a regular action of the liver and bowels, obviating the necessity for any injurious hepatic stimulant. For these reasons OWBBIDGE'S STOMACHIC takes rank as the FINEST DIGESTIVE MEDICINE IN THE WORLD Prepared by W. T. OWBKIDGE, The Laboratory, Hull. Sold in Bottles, Is lid and.2s 3d by all Chemists and Patent Medicine Dealers everywhere. 13711 NEW P 0 R T OFFICE OF THE SOUTH WALES DAILY NEWS." No. 1, TREDEGAR PLACE. ADVERTISEMENTS received up to Seven o'clock p.m. will secure insertion in next "morning's issue of the DAILY NEWS.' Estimates given for Advertise- ments ORDERS from. NEWSAGENTS will receive prompt attention, and be executed*.opoa the* Mine torus M I trom tbe Chief Office. 3puMic (ikowjraiiws, &.c. I^LANELLY HARBOUR. ISSUE OF £45,000 THREE AND A HALF PER CENT. DEBENTURE BONDS. Messrs WILKINS and CO., BRECON OLD BANK, LLANELLY. are authorised by the Llanelly Harbour and Burry Navigation Commissioners, under the Of Llanelly Harbour Act, 1878," and the Llanelly Local Board Act, 1888." to received application for Debenture Bonds bearing 3 per cent. interest, which will be issued free from Stamp Duty or other charge and for such sums as may suit investors. The Commissioners are empowered under the Acts to borrow but the sum now offered to the public is The greater portion of the loan is required to pay off existing bonds. The remainder is to be devoted to harbour improve- ments now in progress and nearly completed. Present holders of bonds representing £14.000 have applied for the new issue, thus leaving only £31,000 for newauplicauts. Under the before-mentioned Acts of Parliament the harbour commissioners aru empowered to offer as security the revenues of the harbour, and as collateral security the annual income of the Llanelly Town Free- hold Estate and a charge upon the general district rate of the town to the extent of sixpence in the pound per annum upon the assessable value of the property in toe district. Under the Acts of 1878 and 1888 the Harbour -Com- >, missioners are compelled to establish a sinking fund (of which annual return:! will bd made to the Local Government Board) to extinguish the debt in 50 years from the 1st January, 1890, the first instalment having ■ to be paid at that date. The amount required to meet the interest a.nd pro- vide a sinking fund for replacement of the loan at the, The Surplus Revenue of the Llaneliy Harbour 1 after allowing Rl,200 for Maintenance and Management is £2,000 The Freehold Town Estate produces at present yearly :£1,000 And Sixpence in the £ on property assessable to the General District Rate produces a.t present £1,300 £4,300 That sum is £2,32tJ in excess of the Annual Liability for interest and contributions to the Sinking Fund. The first-class character of the security is proved by the fact that the lien on the revenUe of the Town Estate and the General District Rate is more than sufficient to cover the annnal payment. Harbour Loans depend as a rule on the Harbour Dues solely. The repayment of the Llanelly Harbour Loan being assured in case of need from sources so un- doubted as the Town Freehold Estate and the General District Rate makes it unquestionably a first-class investment. Llanelly is an important and rapidly increasing. place, comprising within its borders many and varied' industries. These include copper and lead works, tin- plate works, iron foundries, chemical works, col- lieries, etc. The Town Estate consists of very valuable .Building Ground, and the rental thereof is increasing a every-7 year. The assessable valuetof the- Town Is also annually t increasing. The Revenue derived from the Llanelly Harbour has increased fifty per cent. during the last five years, and; there is every indication that the increase wilt con- tinue. Interest will be paid half-yearly on 1st July and 1st f January, and the Coupons will be cashed in London and at the Branches of the Brecon Old Bank free-of v Commission. The Bonds can be issued for a term of years or sub- ject to six or twelve months' notice, as desired1 by the Investor. Forms of application can be obtained1 at Messrs Wilkins and Co.'s. Bank at Llanelly, Brecon, Cardiff, Merthyr, Aberdare, Carmarthen, Haverfordwest, and Cardigan, or at the Office of the Clerk to the Commis- sioners, Town-hall, Llanelly. Llanelly, 4th July, 1889. 6775 V: jfablig Jlppgitttmgttts. QLYNCORRWG SCHOOL BOARD. ASSISTANT MASTER WANTED, The GLYNCORRWG SCHOOL BOARD INVITE APPLICATIONS for the post of ASSISTANT MAS- TER at the Abergwynfl (Mixed) School. Salary to commence, S40 per annum. Applications, with testimonials, to be sent me on or before the 1st AUGUST NEXT. HOWEL CUTHBERTSON, Clerk. Water-street, Neath, July 12th, 1889. 6919 Financial. SIX PER CENT. REGISTERED K? FIRST MORTGAGES.—PERSONALLY NEGO- TIATED BY PIERCE, WRIGHT, & CO. PRINCIPAL AND INTEREST GUARANTEED. These Mortgages 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 to Messrs PIERCE WRIGHT, & CO., 54i, Old Broad-street, London, E.C. Offices in United States Yankton, Dakota, and Grand Island, Nebraska. 3095 md. Contracts. g WANSEA HORSE SHOW. TENDERS are invited for the Erection of the Enclosure of the Field, and for the Shedding and Boxes. The Show to be held in Victoria Park, August 14th and 1bth Tenders to be sent in on or before the 18th Julyto the Secretary. Tenders wanted for the sole right of catering for the above Show, to be sent in on or before August 1st, 1889. Tenders to be sent in to the Secretary, H. Higman, Oxford-street, Swansea. 6942 rno BUILDERS.—TENDERS are invited for the EKE.CTION of a PARISH ROOM at PORT TALBOT for the Rev. Z. P. Williamson. Plans and specification may be seen and bills of quantities obtained at uiy offices. Tenders to be delivered to me not later thau Monday, July 29fcb, 1889. The lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted. 6937 E. M. BRUCE VAUGHAN, A.R.I.B.A., Cardiff, July 15th, 1889. Architect. Q U, B (1.11 0 B..G A-tfcS-.v,j FJIHOMFSON AND GHACKELL, \1: (LIMITED), QUEEN'S QfcGAN JfUOTORY,! QARDIFF. —w i, PKICELISTj— No.1. pRICE .£60. 156 Pipea No.2. pRICE £90. 225 Pipea No.3. pRICE £120. 298 Pipes No.4, pRICE £135. 390 Rpes.* No.5. pRICE £200. 454 Pipes* ESTIMATES GiVEN FOR LARGER ORGANS1 UP TO £1,000. <: I!f"). Specifications, Designs, and Estimates furnishad 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~»ny,v part of South Wales V THOMPSON and SHACKELL (Limited) have had the honour of attending to the Organs at Llandaff Cathedral, the Park-hall, Cardiff, Ac., ifcc., and have a staff of workmen of great experience, capable of atten ing to any Organ however intricate the mechanism. TiiSTEY ORGANS. Over 208,000 Sold. .12.1 Unrivalled in Tone. Best in Quality, Beautiful in Model and Finish. To be had of THOMPSON & SHACKELL, Limited Sole Agents for South Wales. ESTEY ORGAN COMPANY. JGJ The Largest Manufacturers ot American Organs in the World. ESTEY ORGAN TUTOR. By KING HALL. Price 2" 6d net; post free, 211 10d, 5854 1?- INVALID MEN WHO ARE NERVOUS AND JL DEPRESSED without joy for the prespnt-or hope for the future, ana whose past is a regret, should seud 3 stamps for the MAGIC MIRROR, and address H. HOWELL, Esq.. the Secretary, TNVALIDMEN 4, FitzalaB-square, Sheffield. X 13712 6222 public Jtotias. ANTED FOR WESTERN OCEAN STEAMERS, AT LIVERPOOL, SAILORS and TRIMMERS, at £ 4 per month FIREMEN, at £ 4- 10s per month. Apply to any of the undermentioned Firms ALLAN BROS. and CO. AMERICAN LINE (per Richardson, Spence, and Co., Agents). BRITISH SHIPOWNERS CO., LIMITED. CANADA SHIPPING CO., LIMITED. CUNARD STEAMSHIP CO., LIMITED. GUION and CO. HENDERSON BROS. INMAN & INTERNATIONAL STEAMSHIP CO. LIMITED. WM. JOHNSTON and CO. F. LEYLAND and CO. MISSISSIPPI and DOMINION S.S. CO., LD. NATIONAL STEAMSHIP CO., LIMITED. GEORGE WARREN and CO. 6812 RJPHE NATIONAL PROVINCIAL BANK .-f*' r OF ENGLAND, LIMITED, WILL OPEN A BRANCH AT BARRY DOCK On the 19th inst., Upon premises adjoining the offices of the Barry Docic and Railways Company, the Board of Trade, and H.M. Customs. WM. WILLIAMS, Manager, 6891 Bate Docks Branch. ?r|LA-FF VALE RAILWAY.. NOTICE. OPENING OF BARRY DOCK. On THURSDAY NEXT, the 18th instant, the ORDI- NARY SERVICE of passenger trains between Cardiff (Queen-street) and Penarth WILL BK SUSPENDED from 8.0 a.m. to 10.0 a.m., and from 4.0 p.m, to 8.0 p.m. During these intervals TRAINS WILL LEAVE Cardiff (Queen-street) and Penarth Town stations. EVERY HALF-HOUR. J. HURMAN, Traffic Manager. Cardiff, July 13th, 1889. 6935 JTIJARRY DOCK AND RAILWAYS. OPENING OF BARRY DOCK. j THURSDAY, JULY 18TH, 1889. The-ORDINARY PASSENGER TRAIN SERVICE will be SUSPENDED on this day and, commencing at 7.45 a.m., SPECIAL TRAINS will be run about every 15 minutes between Cogan and Barry Dock only, until 10.0 a.m., after which the trains will be run as required between Cogan and Barry up to 9.3C p.m. from Cogan. The Return Trains will leave Barry and Barry Dock Stations about every half-hour after 10.0 a.m. until 9.0 p.m. from Barry. No passengers will be conveyed from Cadoxton Station on this day until after 10.0 a.m. A Special Train will leave Dinas Powis about 9.0 a.m., and no further trains will be run from this station until after 10.0 a.m. Passengers wishing to be con- veyed to Barry Dock must, therefore, be at the station not later than 9.0 a.m. RAILWAY TICKETS. For the convenience of intending visitors to Barry Dock on this day arrangements have been made so that the railway tickets between Cogan and Barry Dock may be obtained from Messrs Solomon Andrews and Son on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thurs- day, the 15th, 16th, 17th, and 18th instant, at the following places, viz. :-Corn,er of High-street and Castle-street, Cardiff co'ner of approach to Great Western Station, Cardiff corner shop near Pier Head, Cardiff Docks and G!ebe-street, Penarth. R. EVANS, General Manager. General Manager's Office, Bar ly, July, 1889. 6908 IMPORTANT NOTICE. THE WESTERN COUNTIES AND SOUTH WALES TELEPHONE COMPANY HEREBY GIVE NOTICE that th-y have opened their PUBLIC TELEPHONE CALL ROOMS at BARRY DUCK (93, RICHARD-STREET, HOLTON) and CADOXTON (Mi LEWIS LEWIS, ESTATE AGENT, MAIN-STREET). The pubiic can converse with any of the Subscribers to the Company's System at the places named below on payment of the toll placed against them, each conver. aation being limited to 3 minutes. Communications from Barry Docks to Cadoxton, and vice versa, 2d each. TOLLS: FROM BARRY DOCK or CADOXTON, Covering a period of 3 minutes for each conversation. Toll Toll Name of Place. per Name of Place. per Mes'age Mes'age s. d. s. d. Bristol and Clifton 0 9 Pontypridd 0 6 Avonmouth Docks 0 9 Aberdare 0 9 Portishead Dock 0 9 Merthyr 0 9 Bath 0 9 Tredegar 09 Sharpness Docks 0 9 Pontypool. 0 6 Gloucester. 1 0 Swansea 0 9 Cheltenhan 10Britozi Ferry 0 9 Cardiff 0 6 Neath 0 9 Penarth Dock '1 0 6 Morriston 0 9 Newport 0 6 Llanelly 09 "Terms for Exchange Connections at either Cadoxton or Barry Dock can be had on application to Mr E. M. PARSONS, The Exchange, Mount Stuart-square, Cardiff or Mr J. ASHTON, 185, Commercial-road, Newport, M011. H. F. LEWIS. General Manager and Secretary. July, 1889. _u 6912 CLOSING OF TRINITY CHAPEL, WOMANBY STRKET, near Cardiff Castle (Founded 1662). A FAREWELL TEA TO-MORROW (WEDNESDAY) at 6, and Public Meeting at 7.30, Mr Alderman D. Lewis, J.P.. in the chair. Proceeds to Building Fund of New Chapel. 6936 ONSECRATION OF ST. GABRIEL'S c CHURCH, BRYN-ROAD, SWANSEA, "On THURSDAY, the 18th JULY, at 11.30 a.m., by the LORD BISHOP OF ST. DAVID'S. 1 EVENING SERVICE at 7.30 p.m., PREACHER The REV W. H. BARLOW, Vicar of Islington. 6786 REFERIG VALLEY RAILWAY COMPANY. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the next ;HALF-YEA_RLY MEETING of the Proprietors of this Company will be held at the ANGEL HOTEL, CARDIFF, in the county cf Glamorgan, on THURSDAY, the 1st day of August, 1833, at 1 o'clock noon, for the ELECTION of a DIRECTOR in the place of one retiring by rotation, for the Election of Auditors, for the passing of the Half-yearly Accounts, for declaring a Dividend, and for other general pur- poses of business. TUDOR CRAWSHAY, Chairman. WALTER H. MORGAN, Secretary. Pontypridd, July, 1889. QAMUEL BROTHERS' SPECIALITY TROUSERS to order, lis 6d, 13s 6d. two pairs for 21s, 25s. Quality, style, fit and make cannot be equalled.—Market Buildings, St. Mary-St., Cardiff 6559 c OOKING BY GAS. THE SWANSEA GAS COMPANY are now LETTING OUT on the HIRE SYSTEM SUPERIOR-MADE GAS COOKING STOVES, With all the Latest and Best Improvements, for Boiling, Baking, Roasting, and Broiling, At Is 6d, Is 9d, 2s 3d, and 2s 6d per Quarter. Applications to be made at the Gas Works, Swansea, where they can be seen at work. 6900 LOCKYER'S SULPHUR HAIR RESTORER LOCKYER'S SULPHUR HAIR. JU RESTORER < THE SUREST. THE SAFEST. THE BEST. THE CHEAPEST. OCKYERS SULPHUR HAIR JLJ RESTORER produces a perfectly natural colour The gradual change is certain, and for removing scurf, beautifying and cleansing the hair, causing it to wow wherever thin, Locltyer's is unrivalled.—Large Dottles, Is 6d. Sold everywhere. ELLAR'S CORN PLASTERS.—Boxes Is l^d 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 & proved remedy for bunion and enlarged toe joints. Sold by all chemists. Be careful Dellar's Plasters are supplied. O ESPLENDENT IVOR* LIKE n TEETH.—To make sure of these, CRACROFI S ARECA NUT TOOTH PASTE is necessary. It dislodges tartar, thoroughly polishes the enamel, perfectly cleanses the teeth, hardens the gams, is omatic, and deuciolisin flavour. Cracroft's Paste ensures a fine set of teeth. Sold everywhere. Pots Is each. DEAFNESS, Noises in the Ears, etc.— 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 lid and 2s 9d each, by all Chemists. QULPHOLINE SOAP is a delicately K? 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- pholine Soap holds the first place. Its odour is very pleasant, and the soap is not expensive. Tablets, 6d each. 1063 W~ HO IS YOUR BILLPOSTER^ Aberdare? MICHAEL PAINE. Billposter, Distributor, and Advertising Agent 25' Cardiff-street, Aberdare, rents the principal poscing-stations in Aberdare and district. Contracts made quarterly or yearly. Good accommodation for travellers, &e. Also, ogea for Oulon and Co. Mail Steamers. lO 1369 I (BDucation. C-API)IFF. UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OF SOUTH <U WALES AND MONMOUTHSHIRE. ENTRANCE SCHOLARSHIP AND EXHIBITION EXAMINATION, 1889. The following Scholarships and Exhibitions will be offered for competition in September (1).-A Scholarship of B40, given by Mr F. L, Davis, of Ferndale. (2).—A Scholarship of SoO, given by Mr F. L. Davis, of Ferndale. (3).—A Scholarship of -225, given by the Lord Aberdare. (4).—A Scholarship of £ 2:, given by the Lord Aberdare. (5).—A Scholarship of £ io, given by the Dean of Llandaff. (6).—A Scholarship of £20, given by the Dean of Llandaff. (7).—A John Cory Scholarship of £25. (8).—A Richard Cory Scholarship of £25, The above Scholarships will be tenable for three years. (9).—Five Craddock Wells Exhibitions. (10). A number of Exhibitions of the value of Sll Is, entitling the holder to free attendance at Lectures. (11).-A SCHOLARSHIP of B20 a YEAR for THREE YEARS, the holder of which will be required to reside at the Aberdare Hall of Residence for Women Students. For further information apply to IVOR JAMES, Registrar, University College, Cardiff, June 14,1589. 6537 DR JOSEPH PARRTS LATEST COMPOSITIONS, BLODWEN (Opera). O.N., 4s S.F., 2s. EMMANUEL (Grand Oratorio). G.N.,4s: S.F., 2s. NEHUCHADNEZZAR (Dramatic Cantata). O.N., 33; S.F., Is 6d. 'JOSEPH (Short, easy Dramatic Cantata). 0 N., Is 6d S.F.,8d. TONAU CYNNULLEIDFAOL CYMRU. In Four Parts, t. and II. published with great success. III. and IV. ready shortly. TELYN YR YSGOL SUL. In three parts. I., II. and I1L, 6.F., 3d each. Part I., O.N., 6d. Over 150,000 above sold. THE THEORY OF MUSIC. The first of a series of Educational Books by Dr clarry. U:;eful to all Pianoforte and Vocal Students. Price Is. Catalogue, with list of 100 choruses, 50 songs, 25 duets, anthems, glees, &c., sent Oil receipt of stamp. All orders to be sent to D. M. PARRY. 1134—13226 Penarth, South Wales. BOARDING and DAY SCHOOL for JL? GIRLS, 7, WESTBOURNE CRESCENT, CARDIFF. Principal, Miss Hllilis. Cert, R.A.M., with Honours. Boarders receive all home comforts under the care of Mrs Hibbs. The duties will be 'resumed July 20th. 72 COWBRIDGE. GRE4 AT 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, Terms moderate Faes from entrance. 1024 7833 MAESYCWMMEK, HE SOUTH WALES SCHOOL FOR GIRLS, SUMMERFIELD HALL, HAESYCWMMJEB, CARDIFF. PRINClPAL.-Mrs NHJHOLLS, F.E.I.S., F.S.Sc. Gold and Silver Medalist. (Under distinguished patronage, and in union with Trinity College, London, the Society of Science, Arts, and Letters, London, and the London College of Music), The last three years 60J certificates, over 400 dis- tinctions, and .300 special certificates have been gained from Trinity College, Royal Academy, College of Pre- ceptors, Science and Art (London), and the Universities of Oxford, Cambridge, and Edinburgh also prizes trom Trinity College and Science ancl Art (London). A bronze medal fr> in the International Exhibition" (Science and Art) for painting, silver medal for music, and 3 bronze medals from the London College of Music, and 48 certificates of merit for drawing, painting (oil and water colour), and various kinds of needlework. The girls have passed in as many as 1¿ subjects, in. eluding German, French, mathematics, drawing, paint- ing, music, book-keeping, geometry, perspective, Botany, Acoustics, literature, and everything its, ful. The Examiners (London) said The work done by this school is exceedingly good and creditable to the Principal," "Arithmetic Excellent," Scripture Excellent." -4100 per annum is given in Scholarships, and ElM to £ 180 in prizes. Hundreds of testimonials from parents and pupils in all parts of the world. Fees for boarders, including tuition. prizes, scholar- ships, and preparation for any University examination, five guineas. Day pupils, one guinea. One of the b"s schools in the country. Vi(ic Press. 13790 6458 GELLiGAER. GELLIGAE C A P. D I F F. LEWIS'S ENDOWED SCHOOL. CHAIRMAN OF GOVERNORS CHAS. H. JAMES, Esq., Merthyr. HEAD MASTER EOGER W. JONES, B.A. (Lond.), Teachers' Diploma. ASSISTANT MASTERS J. T. NIILLETT, B.Sc. WM. PRICE, London Univ. MATHEMATICAL MASTER to be appointed., FEES- Tuition Boys under 13. P.2 a year. „ Boys over 13, iS a year. Boarding £25 a. year. Boys prepared for Matriculation and Preliminary Professional Examinations. Special Scientific and Commercial courses. All boys learn Shorthand. Chemical and Physical Laboratory, Gymnasium, Cricket, Fives Court, &c. 6699 Next Quarter begins on Wednesday, 7th August. For Prospectus, &c., apply to Head Master as above. NEATH, T^TEATH.—PROPRIETARY SCHOOL. JJl Higher Education.—Application for terms, Ac., to Archdeacon of Llandaff, or Headmaster. Neath. 1118 LLANDOVERY. THE COLLEGE, LLANDOVERY. TRUStEES LADY LLVNOVER, Rev CHANCELLOR PHILLIPS, VIS. COUNT EMLYM, GENERAL SITT JAMES UILLS-JOHNES, K.C.B., V.C., D. LLOYD JONES, ESQ. VISITOR.—THE BISHOP OF sr DAVIDS. WARDEN ELECT. Rev OWEN EVANS, M.A., late Ctassical Scholar of Jesus College, Oxford; 1st Class Honours in Finals (Natural Science); Chaplain to the Bishop of Ches- ter and latu Welsh Professor of St David's College, Lampeter. SECOND MASTER (Fifth Form). Rev E. J. M'CLELLAN, B.A., late Hastings Exhibi- tioner, Queen's College, Oxtord; 1st Class Classical Moderations, SENIOR ASSISTANT MASTER (Third Form). J. H. WINTER. B.A., late Open Mathematical Exhibi- tioner, St John's, College, Cambridge 6th Junior Optime. MATHEMATICAL AND SCIENCE MASTER. T. J. RICHARDS, M.A., late Open Scholar, Merton College, Oxford 1st Class Mathematical Modera- tions; 1st Class Mathematical Finals; 1st Class Science Finals. MODERN HISTORY .\ND LONDON MATRICULATION. H. GREGORY, B.A., late Open Scholar of Magdalen Colleg, Oxford 2nd Class Classical Moderations 2nd Class Classical Finats 2nd Class History Finals; 1st Prize, Owen's College, .Manchester. SPECIAL MATHEMATICS. H. H. KNIGHT, M.A., Fellow of Clare College, Cam- bridge, 7th Wrangler. JUNIOR FORM MASTER. R. C. KITTO, B.A., Keble College, Oxford; 3rd Class Classical Honours Moderations, MUSIC. J, H. WINTER, B.A., and D. M. PARRY (Pianoforte), W. W. KV ANS (Violin). SIXTH FORM AND COMPOSITION MASTER. G. B. GREEN, B.A., Fellow of St. John's College, Oxford; late Open Scholar, Leicester Exhibitioner, and Conington Prizeman of University College, Oxford; 1st Class Classical Honours in Moderations and Finals. FOURTH FORM MASTER. R J. EDWARDS, M.A., late Open Scholar, Lincoln College, Oxford 1st Class Classical Moderations 2nd Class Mathematical Moderations; 3rd Class Classical Finals. LOWER THIRD FORM MASTER. F. E. CHAPMAN, B.A., late Exhibitioner Sidney- Sussex Collese, Cambridge 3rd Class Classical Tripos. FRENCH AND MODERN SIDE (GERMAN) MASTER. E. N. BERltYMAN, M.A., St. May Hall, Oxford, and Brussels University. DRAWING AIm BOOK-KEEPING. D. SAUNDEliS THOMAS, Certificated Teacher of the Science and Art Department, South Kensington. DRILL. SERGEANT-lNSTRUCXOil LAFFERTY, R.V. EXAMINERS. OXFORD AND CAMBRIDGE SCHOOLS EXAMINATION HOARD. Since June, 1887, the School has gained Nine Scholarships and Exhibitions at Oxford and Cambridge —six of these open—passed seven buys through London Matriculation, and obtained 5) certificates (21 higher with nine distinctions 34 lower with 77 first-classes) from the Oxford and Cambridge Public School Exami- nation Board. Last year Llandovery occupied the tenth place, bracketed with Wellington and Clifton Colleges, of all schools in the kingdom, in number of | higher certificates gained. Laboratory, gymnasium, sanatorium, fives courts. Studies classical and modern sides, preparation for the universities, preliminary pro- fesstonal examinations, engineering, banks, and busi- ness. Speeial class for London Matriculation, French, German, pianoforte, violin, drawing, drill. Forty-two scholarships, from £ 40 a year downwards, tenable at the school, worth altogether over £ 600 a year, without any religious restrictions. Two leaving exhibitions for Oxford. Boys attend the place of worship selected by parents. Boarders received by the Warden and Mr McOiellan. Next Term commences on Wednesday, Sept. 25th, at 9 a.m, Boarders return the previous day. For all particulars apply to the Warden-Elect, THE REV PROFESSOR EVANS. 6760 The College, Llandovery. CARDIGAN. elRDIGAN GRAMMAR SCHOOL. —— 11SAb MASTER D. M. PALMER, B.A. ( '.tte NEXT TERM COMMENCES MONDAY, AUGUST 5. 6926 II BRISTOL. -N""NG ASHTON SCHOOL, near n;, BRISTOL. The NEXT QUARTER BEGINS SATURDAY. JULY 20th. Boys must enter then to be eligible for the School Exhibitions vacant in November. 6928 jgILL-POSTING AT NEWPORT, MON. T. DF, REES, ISO'COMMERCIAL-ROAD, NEWPORT BILL-POSTER and DELIVERER for TOWN and COUNTRY Rents all the principal Hoardings in1* Newpor" &c, Work,executeti with ded i I (js&tttaiigiL ABERYSTWYTH. A RDWYN SCHOOL, ABERYSTWYTH. LONDON UNIVERSITY MATRICULATION EXAMINATION. Success, June, 188S:— One Honours, Five First Division, One Second Division. Over 25 boys have passed the Matriculation from this School. For particulars and terms apply to Rev Llewelyn Edwards, M.A. 718 tfettrsions. P E C I A L E X C UTSTO N S FROM CARDIFF (Wind, weather, and circumstances permitting.) TUESDAY. | TO BRIDGWATER, AFTERNOON TRIP. JULY 16, Leave Cardiff 6.30 p.m. Bridgwater, 9.30 p.m. At 6.30 p.m. Fare, to and fro, Is 6d. 9.30 p.m. At 6.30 p.m. Fare, to and fro, Is 6d. WfrnvFS I TO LYNMOUTH AND 1LFRA- DAY COMBE DIRECT. JULY 17 Leave Cardiff, 9.20 a.m.; Ilfracombe, Af 9V0 a rrt 4-° P-115- I Calling off Lynmouth to and fro. TO LYNMOUTH ANDTLFR^ COMBE DIRECT. FRIDAY, Leave Cardiff, 9.30 a m. Ilfracombe, JULY 19, 4.0 p.m., callins off Lynnuuth to and At 9.30 a.m. fro. Also At 9.30 a.m. fro. Also and 8.15 p.m. I MOONLIGHT TRIP TOWARDS | BELL BUOY. I Leave Cardiff 8.15 p.m. Fare, Is. Tourists' Tickets, available during the saaso-T to Lynmouth or Ilfracombe, 4s 6d and 63. Bristol Channel Passenger Service, Limited. 105, Bute Docks, Cardiff. 6284-179^ DAILY SERVICE between CARDIFF and WESTON by the Saloon Steamer LADY MARGARET. JULY. LEAVE CARDIFF LEAVE WKSTON LADY MARGARET. JULY. LEAVE CARDIFF LEAVE WESTON Tues. 16-7.15, 9.45 a.m., Tues. H:-8,20, 11.45 a.m., and 6.30 p.m. j and 8.0 p.m. Wed. 17-7.0, 9.20, 11.35 Wed. 17-8.0, 10.2o a.m., a.m., and 6.45 p.m. 12.45 and 8.0 p.m. a.m., and 6.45 p.m. 12.45 and 8.0 p.m. •Tliur.. 18—7.20, 9.45 a.m., 'Thur. 18—8.30, 11-0 a.m., 12.10 and 7.1b p.m. 1.15 and 8.15 p.m. ^Opening of Barry Dock. For special through arrangements of Excursion Parties to Cheddar, Wells, &c., or for hire of Passenger Steamers to any place in the Bristol Channel, apply to Edwards, Robertson and Co., 105, Bute Docks, Cardiff. 109-611() C APDIFF TO PARIS. -CNEAP TRIPS Vy DAILY, or with Parties every THURSDAY. ¡ Charge, So for a. week, including rail, steamer, hotel at Paris, admission to Exhibition, and services of con. ductor. Tickets or further particulars of W. J. Trounce, Cardiff. 6369_ RO YAL NAVAL R ETlKW, SATURDAY, 3rd AUGUST, 1889. R SATURDAY, 3rd AUGUST, 1889. The Splendid Full-powered Paddle Steamer 1,000 "Tons. "JUNO," 1,200 H.P. (Chartered by Messrs HENNIKER & HOGGE), Will be dispatched from BRISTOL on WEDNESDAY EVENING, 31st JULY, for SOUTHAMPTON, to be present at the SPITHEAD REVIEW. Return Fare :-Including sleeping accommodation and provisions, but exclusive of wines, Itc., £10 103. As only a limited number of Passengers will from Bristol, early application is necessary.. Berths will be allotted strictly in accordance with priority 01 application.. ihe "JUNO" has splendid ar.ccimui0Ya.!10n' application. ihe "JUNO" has splendid Promenade Deck, Smoking-room, and Ladies' Saloon. The entire Catering will be undertaken by Mr Win. Whiteley, Unirersal Provider, Westbourne-grove, Bayswatei-, London, who will provide an excellent table. (Wines, spirits, &c., as per tariff.) For further information apply to HENNIKER an,t HOGGE, 34, Leadenhall-street, London, HOGGE, 34, Leadenhall-street, London, E.G., :1?y!- 32, Queen's-terrace, Southampton WM. WHrrE Westboarne.yrove, Bayswater, Loudon; or to lili. BRISTOL STEAM NAVIGATION CO., Prince-street, Bristol. bE QREAT WESTERN RAILWAY. On THURSDAY, JULY 18th, a CHEAP SION for NKW MILHOltD, PEMBKOKE DOy^, TEN BY. and WATERFORD and other sta.tlOIH! in the SOUTH of IRELAND, from NEWPORT at 1.0 p.m., CARDIFF 1.25 p.m., and SWANSEA (to Ireland only) at 3,0 p.m., returning July 25th, except passengers to Ireland, who return any week day up to AugUHt-.su. 7 FRIDAY. JULY 19th, to READING and I.ONPON, leaving *tNew Milford at 9.30 a.m., *tMilf°r" ° *tJohnston 9.40, *fHaverfordwest 9.50, Cly»l/erwen 10.15, "tPembroke Dock 7.55 'fPembroke 8.3, trenby 8.35, 'fNarberth 9.5, "tCardigan 7.4J, Kiigerran Boncath 8.0, Crymmych Arms 8.1a, Whitland 10-W,, St- Clear's 10.40, Llandyssil 8.30, ^Carmarthen 10 50, Oar- martben Junction 11.0, Ferryside 11.15, Kidwelly ll-^i Pembrey 11.35, *Llandilo 7,50, Brynamman 7.50. ardnlais 10.35, 'Llanelly 11.45, -Swansea 12.5 P-m-, Landore 12.15, 'Neath 12.30, Port Talbot 12.45, Bridgend 1.1'), Llantrissant 1.30, Cardiff 1.55, Newport ^<iD, Chepstow 3.5. Lydney C.25, Newnham 3.48 p.I., an(, to London only from Merthyr s.45 a.m., AbtirnWi1 Aberdare 10.5, Hirwain 10.15, Glyn Neath lU.ii, Resolven 10 3i, Mountain Ash 9.13, Quaker's Yard Dowlais 8.50, Llancaiach 9 27, Rhym,,ey junction ,.oi, Tredegar Junction 9.41, Crumlin (High Level) 9.49, Pontypool (Clarence-street) 10.3, and pontypooI-road at 30,40 a.m., to return following Frid av. Passengers also booked from stations marked and from Llandovery at 7.20, and LlangadocK^at. M a.m., to Bath, Bristol, Gloucester, ana Cheltenham, and from stations marked f to Newport and uaraia also. p.. For further particulars see special bills. EISTEDDFOD AT PORTHCAWL. VOLUNTEER BKIGADE CAMP NEAR BRIDGEND. CHEAP DAY EXCURSIONS will run as "f" yT M ON DAY, July 22, to BRIDGEND and CAWL frum Newport at 8.0 a.m., Cardiff 8 ^0, tay 8.30, St. Fagans 8.3o, Pettrston 8.45, Liantrissaut S.-O, and to Porthcawl only from Pencoed at 9.10. anu Bridgend at 9.20 a.m. MONDAY, July 22, and FRIDAY, July «>» to BRIDGEND, from Aberi;wynfi at 9.50 a.m., Cyminer 9.58, Tywith 10,5, Maesteg 7.c5 and 10-liJ, Troedyrliiw, Garth 7.30 and 10.16, Llangonoyd 7.34 and 10.20, ionuu 7.46 and 10.33, Nantymoel 7.15 and 10.0, Tynewvdd 7._¿0 and 10.5, Gilfach 9.45, Hendreforgan 9.53, Black luui 7.29 and 10.15, Pontycymmer 7.15 and 10.0, Pontyrnjil 7.20 and JO.b, Llangeinor 7.25 and 10.10, and Bryn- menyn at 7.36 and 10.22 a.m. WEDNESDAY, July 24, to PORTHCAWL, from CARDIFF at 2.20 p.m., Llantrissant 2.40, w»d Bndg- For full particulars see special bills. IMPROVED SERVICE. _.TTV FAST EXPRESS TRAINS are RUN (Sundays excepted) in conjunction with the Lp"' unci North-Western Railway, via tbe and HEREFORD LINE, between LIVERPOOL, MANCHESTER, CHESTS K, CAR- LISLE, GLASGOW, and EDINBURGH, and tne North of England and Scotland generally. le Cardiff at 9.25 a.m., 12.22, 3.o5, and'TIS p.m- By trains connecting with the servicw to and irom LLANELLY, SWANSEA, NEATH, BRIDrtJiNJ £ *?? other Stations, the time occupied bet*een Wales and the North is materially reduced. „ THROUGH CARRIAGES run "from CARD! ana THROUGH FARES are in operation between all principal Stati us. 672a HY. LAMBERT, Generajjtaggger- Stations. 672a HY. LAMBERT, Generajjtaggger- NORWAY, SWEDEN, AND RUSSIA- JJOLIDAY TOURS AND CRUISES. LAND OF THE MIDNIGHT SUN. I WILSON LINE OF ROYAL MAIL PASsK^or.u STEAMERS, with Saloons and Sleeping Arcommoaa- tion Amidsbios, sail from Hull n. v to BKRGI'.N and STAVANGKR every „ CHRISTIANIA and CHRLSTIANSA.1*1' eVery tion Amidsbios, sail from Hull n. v to BKRGKN and STAVANGKR every „ CHRISTIANIA and CHRLSTIANSA.1*1' every FRIDAY, „ DRONTHEIM every THURSDAY, GOTHENBURG WEDNESDAY and SATURDAY Mornings, v LONDON to CHRISTIANIA every FRIDAY, Mornings, v LONDON to CHRISTIANIA every FRIDAY, CHRISTIANS AND alternate FKlw A x mornings, and present '"he quickest and best oppor- tunities of visiting the magnificent Fjords and ii tain Scenery of NORWAY, at very reasonable cost. mornings, and present the quickest and best oppor- tunities of visiting the magnificent Fjords and ii tain Scenery of NORWAY, at very reasonable cost. Special YACHTING CRUISE to the NONEH CAPE, Lofoten Islands, and the FJORDS, oy •>">• "DOMINO," intended to leave Hull 31st Jnly-. ^ne Cruise is made in SMOOTH WATER. ",e Islands 011 the Norwegiaii COaSL-passengel-8 coue- qumtly not bciiiq exposed to the sea as v»sse>igers m y large Steamers, which caiuiot take this inside rou e and affords all the pleasures of Yachting witn none 01 the unpleasantness. „ HULL TO ST. PETERSBURG.— First-class Pas- senger Steamers weefcly. For programmes, with full particulars, applyto__ THOS. WILSON, SONS & CO., HULL or to the Agents for Wales, JOHN BOVEY & CO., LLOYD'S AGENCY, CARDIFF. rc/b gUMMER TOURS IN SCOTLAND. GLASGOW and the HIGHLANDS (Royal ^^te, via Crinan and Caledonian Canals), The Roy -j au Steamers COLUMJBA orlUXMA sail DAILY at 7 a.m„ from GREENOCiC at 8-5a a.m., in connection with Express Trains from Car dirt an tne South, conveying passengers for Oban. T„ Inverness, Lochawe, Stye, Gairloch, T,a>_ Glencoe, Islay, Stornoway, <fcc Official Guide, od Illustiated, 6d and. Is. Time bills, with map and lares, free by post from the owner, David Macbray e. i d, Hope-street, Glasgow. 155-b08 J^EWIS AND J^EWIS Beg to inform those who are about to furnish that they are PRACTICAL MANUFACTURERS, and rant foremost in South Wales as CABINET MAKERS AND UPHOLSTERERS. Their aim is not only to gain New Customers, but to retain them afterwards by supplying goods of a reliable and durable quality, thereby securing the confidence of the Public Purchasers are respectfully requested to examine for themselves the extensive Stock of FURNT ITURE, CARPETS f CURTAINS, D ECOBATIONS, Altistic and inexpensive, suitable for any residence. ALL ORDERS ARE SUBJECT TO OUR PERSONAL SUPERVISION. ESTIMATES GIVEN & REMOVALS EFFECTED. LEWIS AND LEWIS, 6115 23, DUKE-STREET, CARDIFF; 137, COMMERCIAL-STREET, NEWPORT. (CARDIFF ADVERTISING, BILL. J POSTING. AND CIRCULAR jOISTHIBTUTTNT- COMPANY (LIMITED). j OFFICES CASTLE CHAMBERS, 21, CASTLE-ST CARDIFF. j SECRETARY FRANK H SIMPSON. B«st. Permansjnt Posting Stations ■ in vCauiiA aim ¡ N eighbouznosd' Contractors »or ail .aeScrjd.ions' Advertising, Circular Distributing occ, ■> 89' Mil oraara uromoHV attended*1' '"W business ^Dressjs. AYOLNG~MARRIED WOMAN OF ..t1. TWENTY YEARS. A respectable young woman, not more than 20 years of age, lives at 63, Bridge-street, New Swindon, Wilts. Her name is Culline, Seven months ago this poor creature became a mother, and a week later took cold, and became perfectly paralysed. Her case was the most deplorable we have ever witnessed, for she could not move hand or foot, and her legs were very much tucked the feet were turned in and much bent out of shape. In this helpless state she lay in the home of her parents carefully watched by the mother. She is her mother's only child, and a more helpless baby now than at any time in her life. All care and attention were bestowed upon her, and the medical men who doubtless tried all that they knew, as the saying oes, declared it utterly hopeless, nothing on this earth could save her but in order that the parents should be satisfied, she could be removed to some London hospital, where other medical men could be consulted. The poor young creature was carefully taken to St. Mary's Hospital, where she got worse, After remaining ior a month nothmg could be done for her she would die within a week, her parents were told, who determined to get her horse. After her removal to Swindon she grew worse, lost her speech and sight, and sometimes her teeth were shut firmly and unopenable. The headache, which had been incessant, was now distressing. The parents had now no hope of their only child, and the baby, too, was very in and not expected to live. The husband, who at the G.W.R. Carriage Works, had heard so much of the wonderful cures effected by the Moonseed Bitters, that he could resist no longer, but 6teaithiiy procured a bottle and gave his wife daily as he could catch the opportunity. The first dose relieved the head she slept, and the parents and neighbours mar veiled at the change. For some days the husband faithfully administered the litUe drops of Moon- seed Bitters. In a week the patient could reason and move her fingers and left hand. The medical men were astonished at the improvement. In a fortnight tbe tucked legs could be put straight, the left arm freely used, and the patient could feed herself and turn over iu bed. The medical men, who had been very carefully watching the case, now learned the secret. The mother hastened to consult the proprietor of Moonseed Bitters, who, upon seeing the case, said h could put the patient upon her legs in a month One of the surgeons who had attended the cae said that the proprietor of Moonseed Bitters would be a baronet If he did cure the patient. However, she could walk downstairs at the month's end, and is now daily seen walking about the streets of New Swindon, with less than two months' treatment, to the astonishment of all its inhabitants. The infant, too, is perfectly cured. The proprietor of Mocnseed Bitters, who has spent thousands of pounds in experimenting, has long ago come to the conclusion that the present system of medicine is an absolute farce, and that thousands that fre being swept away would be cured if they would insist upon taking Moonseed Bitters. IT IS THE ONLY CURE FOR CONSUMPTION. Hundreds of patients apply to me (who are said to be In consumption by some of the best English practi- tioners) who are not consumptive at all. Many of these are offen^e^ at being told that they are suffering from some mucous mischief. I have seen many hundreds who have taken large quantities of a largely advertised article said w cure consumption I have never seen one consumptive benefited by it, but I have known many die while taking it. I have known many who had been told by some medical men that they were con- sumptive, who had a severe cough aud expectoration, benefited, aud some few cured; and, of course, a testimonial was sent to the effect that another con- sumptive had been cured The patient believing it to be true, and the advertiser, not knowing any better, advertised it as such. We never accept a testiiuoniid from any person who has not been given up as in. cura.hle and we never publish any case unless it comes uuder our direct care. A good vegetable medicine is as necessary as food. Moonseed Bitters is the best and surest. MOONSEED JGLTTERS. JJUL THE GREAT NATIONAL DISEASE OF THIS COUNTRY IS FRAUD. Ol AAA IS GUARANTEED TO ANYONE OV 1- 3 W Vf who will prove that Moonseed Bitters W HI not cure Consumption, Asthma., Bronchitis, Whooping Cuuah, Cough. Croup, Diphtheria, Palpita- tion of the Heart, Liver Diseases, Indigestion, Gravel, DropSy> Brignt's and other Kidney Diseases, Worms, Drupsy, Brignt's and other Kidney Diseases, Worms, Constipation, Piles, and all morbid and critical discharges, internal and external Cancers, Tu- muu ti 1\.11,1 Ulcerations, absolutely remove all unpleasant symptoms during Pregnancy, remove atter pains, and reuder Puerperal Fever impossible Full Necks, Abscesses, Scrofula, Glandular Swelling, Uld Ulcerated Legs, Lupus, and every form of Skin and hoct Disease. Nervous Debility, Epilepsy, Neuralgia, Convulsions, Paralysis, &c., &c Colic, Cramp, Wind and Spaams relieved in three seconds. Moonseed Ritters is the Dest soothing remedy in nature. No mother should be without it. One bottle contains enough to cure from fcix to 24 children 0: whooping couali. It will absolutely cut off fevers and remove every symptom iu three days. It is true that Divine says, "For the blood is the life but it does not tell you to quack it by taking notass and chloroform. All wise people will avoid such stuff, together with arsenic and other vile and pernicious trash. Moonseed Bitters is the only reliable blood medicine that will stamp out all the above diseases, strengthen the brain, remove all pain, and insure sweet and refreshing sleep, é!ö, \100 testimonials Kead the following extracts of testimonials :—"No Andover-street, New Swindon, Wilts, March 1st —Dear Sir,—I caunot exp ess my gratitude to you, nor can I thank you sufficiently, for you have Prevented a most painful operation. On the 15th day of December last which is less than three months ago, jt was decided to remove a cancer from my left breast by amputation, which has caused much pain and in- convtnience. My health has broken up for a long J»ue, being unable to do anything for myself and family. 1 aul thankful to God that we heard of you. My husband consulted you on the day previous to the terrible 15th of December, only just in time to prevent the operation, when you said you could cure me. I now rejoice to inform you that my breast is perfectly cured, and I am in good health and spirit.—Yours trly, ADA GWYTHER. Seventeen week:, in bed With scrofula, and under treatment of four surgeons, who wanted to cut off the foot. Was able to work in eight weeks, and speedily cured by Moonseed Bitters and Ointment.—JOHN BRAIN, Gibb's 1< :u¡" Ashton-road. Minety, iMalniesbury, December 14, 1808: MIS M. A. Collins, given up for death— cancer—was cured in three mouths,—83, liloomsbury- street, Birmingham." Mr Wm. Hands, pharmaceuti- cal chemist by inujor exam., 14 years afflicted with prolapsus of rectum, hemorrhage, &c., &c,, and fre- quently lost a pint of blood at a time, cured in six week: and has sold thousands of bottles since, and is sole agent for Cheltenham. Anyone sending to him for Moonseed Biiters can a-k him.' Mr William Humphries, paralysed, and wheeled out in a chair, afflicted seven years* lose thiee stone ten pounds in ^eight. Cured by taking three bottles of Bitters. Cost 13s e>d. Regained former weight. Ask Mr Hands, who recommenced the Moonseed Bitters.' Mrs Coleman, Little Compton, near Chipping Norton, declared unable to live six months by four surgeons. Three latge tumours. Cured by Moonseed Bitters and Ointment, obtained from Mr Perkins, sole agent for Moreton-in- the Marsh. III 1836 this cure was made.' Mr Mustoe, turned out of Cheltenham Hospital, and bolstered up in bed for five months. Declarea to be fast sinking and beyond cure. Lung disease and internal tumour. Cured by Moonseed Bitters and Ointment. The tumour ripened, and a pint of pus Was Tomlted t II ice over.' Mr George Bethell, 1 angley Green, Oldbury, Bir- mingham, given up for death by 36 so-called medical men. At the General Hospital, Birmingham, 30 Iniueral drug men saw him, and declared it was mys- terious how he iived one hour after the other he might drop uead at any moment. He determined to CQme out and die a 110me, out he saw tile proprietor of that truly marveliious compound Moonseed Bitters,' the result being that Mr B heli was perfectly cured, and has worked six years since," LATEST TESTIMONY AS TO MOONSEED BITTEHS: Upper Park, Welsh Bicknor, near Ross, Herefordshire, February 17th, 1838. SIR,—I cannot tnank you enough for your fiuvurtisiug the Moonseed Bitters It 11a.s been a great blessing to me, as I have been a great sufferer tor three years, and been given up by seveu doctors, and the last was the head physician of the Samaritan Hospital, London, where I was sent by my doctor after twelve months' treatment, and for the last six months he visited me every week. Then he said he could do no more for in- as it was cancer in the back, and I must go through an operation. I went to Lon- don, where they held a consultation over me, and came to tbeconclusioll that I was too weak, aud it was combined too much in the back, so I was sent horne incurable, where I kept my bed for 10 months, and could not got out or in bed without help, when a friend brought in the Ross Gazette for nie to read, and I saw the Moonseed Buters advertised. I told my husband that I should like to try it. and he said 1 to try a bottle, but i; may be thrown away like the rest. I got a bottle, and the third day I felt better, and in a week 1 could ureas myself and walk from one room to the other, and in a fort night I could come downstairs, and after I wake Up from deep I feel quite refresh ed, but I always used to be so weary. My friends all say that I am a wouder.and it is a great mystery what Moonseed Bitters have done. Yell are at liberty to make use of this.— I remain, yours truly, MARY ANN LOCKE. This truly marvellous remedy has been highly im- proved, and a 4s 6d bottle contains a full month's medicine. No doctor or physician is required. We guarantee to cure Cancer in its wort form before and after Amputation, if as large as the head of a two- pound loaf. All the iiihabitanis of windon know this" Asthma, Consumption, and Paralysis positively cured. MOONSEED OINTMENT, Is lid and 2s 9d a Box Trash called Patent Medicines can be had of store- keepers at various prices, because it cost next to nothing to make MOONSEED BITTERS can only be had at full price. Sole Wholesale Agents for Great Britain, Messrs EDWARDS, 157, Queen Victoria-street, London. Moonsend Bitters, 2s 9i and 4s6d a Bottle. Post fr8e j for & and 4s 9d. One Shilling saved by iarge siie. J SOLD BT Duck and Son, Chemists Wholesale and Retail Agents for Cardiff. J. Williams & Co., Chemists, 7, Park Hall Buildings, Queen-street, Cardiff. D. Anthony, Phirmacien, 39, St. Mary-street, canmi. Hodder and Co.. Chemists, Wholesale and Retail T. Cgo?dey!0HTgh."reet, Newport. Wholesale District Agent. Williams, Chemist, Chepstow. Thomas, Chemist, Mornston. Wykes, Chemist, Abergavenny. Shackleton, Chemist, Abergavenny. Borrell, Grocer, Monmouth, Cossens, Chemist, Monmouth. Sambrook. Chemist, Monmouth. Amott, Chemist, Pontypridd Gwilym Davies, Chemist, 2, Prince of Wales-road Swansea.. C. Hutchins, chemist, Neath. j. p. Richards, Chemist, Lammas-st., Carmarthen. Blaina Ind. Co-operative Society, Blaina, Newport, T. Roderick, Chemist, Commercial-street, Pontvpool. ó26 And of all Cbemi,sts.. 4691 I flrtMic Amusements. CARDIFF. rjlHEATRE ROYAL, CARDIFF LESSEE AND MANAGEJS. Sir EDWARD FLETCHER ACTING MANAGER Mr JOHN SHERIDAN SPECIAL ENGAGEMENT OF HENRY IRVING'S LYCEUM THEATRE COMPANY, Under the Direction of Messrs Haviland and Martin- Harvey. TO-NIGHT. TUESDAY. July 16th, the Poetical Play (by W. G. Wills) "IOLANTHE." The Romantic Drama (by Victor Hugo) "RUY BL ^S.' Wednesday—Daisy s Escape, Lady of Lyons. Thurs- day—lolantbe, Taming of the Shrew. Daisy s Escape. I.ove and Duty, Ruy Bias. Saturday- Daisy s Escaoe, Lady of Lyons. MONDAY, July 22, THE GRIP Ot IRON. FRIDAY, JULY b. ANNUAL DRAMATIC PERFORMANCE OF THE CARDIFF HISTRIONIC CLUB. THE AREA BELLE and THE GUV NOR Box Plan now úpen 3.t Thompson and Shackell's, Ld. -1 CONSERVATIVE FETE AND SPORTS, SOPHIA GARDENS PARK, CARDIFF, SATURDAY, JULY 20TH. NEARLV 200 ENTRIES RECEIVED, Among whlch are some of the well-known Cracks, Admission, 6d. Enclosure, bd extra. 87 SECRETARIES, 55. St. Mary-street. SWANSEA. yiCTORlA pARK, SWANSEA. By kind permission of the Mayor and Corporation, THE gWANSEA JJORSE gHOW Will be held on the above Park. on WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY, AUGUST 14th and 15th, 18i9. JB600 WILL BE GIVEN IN PRIZES. SPECIAL PRIZES for JUMPING, FOUR-IN-HAND, and TANDEM TEAMS, Entries close Aust 1st. Donble Fees August 8th. For Schedule of Prizes, Entry Forms, etc., apply to H. C. HIGMAN, Secretary, Estate Ageut, Oxford CÜam. bers, 101, Oxford-street, Swansea. b463 YNYSHIR. THE FIRST ANNUAL ATHLETIC JL SPORTS In connection Wièh the YNYSHIR AND WATTSTOWN ATHLETIC CLUB Will be held ou MAINDY FIELD, BANK HOLIDAY, AUGUST 5TH, 1889, When upwards of £60 WILL BE GIVEN IN PRIZES FOR FOOT AND HORSE RACING. Programmes with particulars to be obtained from Mr WM. JAMES. 63, Ynyshir-road, Secretary. Mr IVOi: JOHN, 6930 Eagle Hotel, Ynyshir, Treasurer. PORTHCAWL. ORTHCAWL. BANK HOLIDAY, JE AUGUST 5TH. 1839. GRAND DEMONSTRATION. FETE. GALA, ATHLETIC SPORTS. FOOTBALL CONTEST, promoted bv ODDFELLOWS' and iORE^TERS' SOCIETIES. Also, GRAND MILITARY TOURNA- MENT by 1st Brecknockshire Volunteer Battalion S. W. Borderers.—F >r programme apply )]essrs Hutchinson and Burnell, New-road, Porilicawl. 6 £ i4 H0&I5. HOME FROM HOME. GWALIA, PRIVATE HOTEL AND BOARDING ESTABLISHMENT, LLANDRINDOD WELLS, The Famous Spa of Wales.' TARIFF :— Use of Dining and Dra wíug Rooms, with Board, Lodging, and Attendance, per week.. £2 5 0 For less than a week, per day 0 7 0 AND GWALIA HOUSE, PRIVATE HOTEL, UPPER WOBURN-PLACE, LONDON, W,C. 5532 Proprietor—EDWARD JENKINS. 1" NNS" OF COURT FAMILY HOTEL^ iL 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, & IS THE FINES! IN ENGLAND. Hydraulic Lifts. Electric Light, Artesian Well Water. TARIFF on application to 5738 F. H. BREWER. MANAGER LANGLAND BAY HOTEL, I Jt-J MUMBLES, NEAR SWANSEA. This Picturesque Hotel, situate ill one vf the most charming spots lU South Wals, commanding full views of the channel, standing in its own private grounds, will be OPENED for the reception of visitors on SATURDAY Next, the 20th instant. Splendid bathing, lawn tennis. For tariff, carriages, &c., address the Manager. 6949 L L A N D R IND OD WELLS. TEMPERANCE IlOTL, DINING and REFRESH- MENT ROOMS. Boarding and Private Apartments. Midway between the Station and the Park and MJDeral Springs. TARIFF :—Boarding, with Apartments, 3bs per week.—THOMAS DLGGAN. Proprietor. 0911 JLJ' 21 and 22, Broaumead. Plain Tea, 3d; or Breakfast. Meat and Bread, 4d. Good Beds, Is and od. 6893 JJENSON'S i-PLATE ENGLISH LEVER H L UDGATE" WATCH Is Better Value than any non-Keyless English Lever ever maùe. So 5s IN SILVER CASES. B12 328 IN GOLD CASES A Three-quarter plate English Lever Watch of Best Lcndon Make, with Chronometer Balance, fully Jewelled, and of special strength throughout. Made ill Four Sizes at the Slome pice :-Small for Gentlemen and Y outbs; Medíum for Working ,)1 en generally extra Large for Miners and Rai:way Men; and extra smail for Ladies. In Sterling Silver Crystal Glass Cases, £55". Or in 18-carat Golli Crystal Glass Cses. Gentlemen's size, £1212s. Lady's size, £10 10s. Guaranteed lor strength, accuracy, durability, and value. JJENSON'S "BAK" y^TATCH, A Thoroughly Good and Strong English Levar, with j-Plate Movement and Strong Keyless Action. S5 IN STERLING SILVER CRYSTAL GLASS CASES. Thousands of hoth these Watches are now being worn in all parts oi tbe world, and testimonials ar., received at the Factory daílr as to tbeir_plendíd per- formance. On receipt of P.O.O., payable at G.P.O., we forward them free and at our risk to any part of the world. Full particulars, illustrations, &c., of these and other Watches, post free. j_>ENSONS QEM JEWELLERY. Splendid assortment of Diamond and other Gem Rings on view. Constant production of new designs in Brooches, Pins, Bracelets, and Silver Ar. Work. BENSON'S TURRET CLOCKS FOR CHURCHES, JFVBLIC BUILDINGS, FAC- TORIES, &c. Estimates and Advice Free. The largest Manufac- tory in London. Open at all times for inspection. Benson's New Illustrated Catalogue (the best book^of its kind issued) Clocks, Jewel1ey, Silver, and pas l.t on application to j \V BKSS0"N' (Maker to the Queen), STEAM FACTORY, 62 and 64-, LUDGATE HILL, LONDON, And at 28, Roval Exchange, E.C., and 25, Old Bond- street, ▼ ( BENSON S CLUBS.. Applications for Agencies 673 invitech 4393 ^IZkTAMERICAN MANDRAKE PILLS The great remedy for Bili. MANDRAKE ous ana Liver Complaints, PILLS MANDRAKE Indigestion, Piles, & Gravel, PILLS MANDRAKE and the greatest Blood Puri- PILLS MANDRAKE her of the age. VTl.l.s; MANDRAKE TESTIMONIAL. PILLS MANDRAKE Mr KeaU, Maindee. PILLS MANDRAKE sir,—1 consider your Ameri- PILLS MANDRAKE can Manurake Pills to be the PILLS MANDRAKE greatest success the world has PILLS MANDRAKE ever Known.—I am, sir vours PIL!>S MANDRAKE faithfully, F. ILHEWSON PILLS MANDRAKE Munday. Chemist, Cardiff." PILLS Robb, Chemist, Roath Uar- PILLS T Mothers, Newport; J.G. PILLS v ac iiate Hayman), Che- PILLS Iseath: Newberry ami PILLS MANDKAKL feon, London. PILLS m!v™1 f^r0pnelul — Mr KEALL, PILLS .hemist & Dentist, 199, High- PILLS MANDRAKE street, Swansea. 8076 lul2 PILLS HYDROLEINE SANITARY SOAP POWDER.—Why so Popular? Because ;—1. It expels dirt, promotes health, makes" Home-sweet Home. It cleans equally a marble statue and a greasy saucepan. 3, It urightens silver and glass, and purities Dedroom ware. 4. It renews dirty carpets, soapy sponges, greasy garments. 5. It is powerful in the laundry, and sate in the nursery bath. I11 ilb. Packets, lib. Ba.«s. 2cwt. Casks THE HYDROLEINE COMPANY, LIMITED. London Offices: 70, High Holborn, W.C. Works: Leicester. Foreign Depots: Paris, Brussels. Mel- bourne, Ca.pe Town. 5803 ) liusinrss ),(}!)tesst5. I I I ^MPORTANT NOTICJ- H OWELL AND QOMPANY'fi ANNUAL SUMMER SALE THIS J) AY; H. & Co. respectfully beg to announce that, with the exception of Cabinet Goods, the whole of their Stock, amounting to nearly £8;),000, will be offered for Sale at Reduced and most favourable prices. I THIS A Y. H. & Co. believe that it is unnecessary to issue a Catalogue of deta.il for this sale, as it means a Clearance at great Reductions from Manufacturers Prices, not ordiuary retail prices. THE FOLLOWING GOODS WILL BH I X SOLD AT VERY SPECIAL PRICES, AN I! SHOULD BE INSPECTED; MANTLES, JACKETS, DUST CLOAKS; COSTUMES, I MILLINERY, STRAWS AND FLOWERS, LADIES' AND CHILDREXS UNDER- ¡ CLOTHING, I UMBRELLAS, SUNSHADES, LACES, TRIMMINGS, HOSIERY, RIBBONS, I GLOVES, I CALICOES, PRLTS, SHEETINGS, COUNTER- PANES, BLANKETS AND FLANNELS. 300 PIECES REAL WELSH i FLANNEL, FROM 4j PER YARD. DRESS JQEPARTMENT Will contain an endless variety, cleared for fimfc direct from Manufacturers, and Sold at Prices that no other House can sell _-0- JpURNISHING jjEPARTMENT IN NEW PREMISES IN WHARTON STREET. LINEN AND COTTON SHEETINGS, CRETONNES, LACE AND TAPESTR1 CURTAINS, TABLE COVERS, TABLE NAPKINS, LINEN CLOTHS, TOWELS, &c., &c. T H1 s DAY. Doors open a.t 10 o'clock, a.nd elose [at < except on Friday and Saturday. H, & CO. cannot undertake, even witl their staff, to deliver ull parcels on the day of purchase, but will do their best. JJOWELL AND 0OMPANY, "THE CARDIFF DRAPERS,H CARDIFF.