FURNITURE VANS, :F URNITEJRE VANS, FURNITURE 'VANS. tHE SOUTH WALES DEPOSITORY, GREAT WESTERN CO. S GOODS STATION, DAVIS STREET, NEWTOWN, CARDIFF. j fURNITURE, PIANOS, PICTURES, GLASS, Ac., 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.
n. ALLSOPP a SONS' v BASS & CO., and others of the Bnest BURTON PRICES, AXKS Per Per "WVV Kilderkin Firkin 18s 9s 21s 10a 6d N& 24a 12a N. And upwards icso
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lJíppíng Notices. FLARDIFF, SWANSEA, JHr1rp3\ -V/ AND NEWPORT TO BELFAST AND GLASGOW. FIRST-CLASS STEAMERS Are intended to Sail with Goods and Passengers as follows CARDIFF TO GLASGOW via Swansea and Belfast EVERY MONDAY p.m. tide. SWANSEA TO GLASGOW via Belfast EVERY WEDNESDAY Evening.. NEWPORT TO GLASGOW Met Swansea and Belfast EVERY ALTERNATE TUESDAY p.m. tide. Above route offers a. favourable opportunity for Jnafring a pleasant trip to Ireland or Scotland. Passen- gers will find the cabin acu-umodation superior, and during Summer Months, in addition to regular Stewards, a Stewardess is carried. Fares—Belfast: Cabin, 17s 6d; Steerage, 10s; Glas- Eow: Cabin, 20s; Steerage, 12s 6d. Soldiers or Sailors, 5s. Returns—Fare and a Half, available for two months. Further particulars from M. Jones and Brother, Swansea R. Burton and Son, Newport; or 1014 E. TAYLOR and CO.. Cardiff. RYFYR /CARDIFF AND BORDEAUX The CARDIFF STEAMSHIP COMPANY'S FIRST-CLASS SCREW **»i,ll Mil*' STEAMERS will sail as follows BIRONDE- _Cardiff for Bordeaux- -August 14 DORDOGN E_ „ „ Bordeaux for Cardiff — — August 11 With roods and passengers. „ For Rates of freight, Ac., apply to Messrs Jno. wtnt- bam and Sons, Agents. 2, Rue Lafayette Bordeaux; d at the Offices of the Company. oL Mount stuart- Iquare, Cardiff. n .T 1071 9481 HOOPER. CAMPBELL <fe CO-. Managers. jr/Tsr "DEGULAR SERVICE of JPfr&mPi B ■) first class powerful STEAMERS between LIVERPOOL, CARDIFF, and j) UBLIN, Cheapest and most Direct Route. The DUBLIN GENERAL STEAM SHIP ?ING COMPANY have appointed THE S.S. FOYLE and CAPTAIN COOK, 350 Tons, or other suitable Steamers, To SAIL (accidents excepted), LIVERPOOL to CARDIFF every SATURDAY. CARDIFF to LIVERPOOL every MONDAY. DUBLIN to SWANSEA and CARDIFF every MONDAY. SWANSEA to DUBLIN every TUESDAY. CARDIFF to DUBLIN every WEDNESDAY. For Rates and further particulars, apply to M. Murphy jun., 96, North Wall, Dublin t R. J. Swyny, Fenwick-court, Liverpool; to R. H. Gunning, Broad Quay. Swansea or to M. J. BEGG and CO., 1036 DOCKS. CARDIFF. jCsjCsr AMERICAN LINE. /P$Tj^Pv -Jr\_ UNITED STATES MAIL -MrtilliM3H £ STBAMERS. LIVERPOOL TO PHILA DELPHIA EVERY WEDNESDAY. Pasiengers and goods landed at Philadelpbia on the Wharf of the Pennsylvania Railroad. shortest and best route to the West. „-nun>noftw For further particulats apply to RiCH AttuauiN, SPENCE, ct; CO., 19 and 22, Water-street, Liverpool. C. J. CUDLIPP, Cattle road, Cardiff JONES Baos. and Co., Bute Docks, Cardilf, and at Dock. itreet, Newport; S. J. DAnES. 9, Edward-place Cardiff; TILNEY and Co., Auertillery; J. MORGAN, Post Office Poutypool; J. THOMAS, Tredegar; W. A". H. AUSTIN, Neath-road, Lalldore; A. DAYIES, 21, Meckan-street, Pontlottyn B LIZA BETH DAVIS, ü2, Pontmorlais, Merthyr AUSTIN & sii.COCKS, Swansea; JAMES RORERIS, South Wales Emigration Oce. Pontypridd; A. H. THOMAS. Church-street, Blama; and W. H. HITCmNGS, Agent, Aberkenflg 1016 .R^TVR T I VER POOL AND BIRKENHEAD. REGULAR STEAM COMMUNICATION The First Class full-powered Steamships of the South Wales and Liverpool Steamship Company, Limited "PROSPERO." "LLANELLY," "ORPHEUS," "OAK WELL," or other Steamers, are intended to sail as under :— LIVERPOOL & CARDIFF & NEWPORT (MON.). From LIVERPOOL From CARDIFF (East Side, Nelson Dock), (Liverpool Wharf, W. Dock) SATURDAY £ "WEDNESDAY" TUESDAY & FRIDAY.* From Newport day later. LIVERPOOL AND LLANELLY. From LIVERPOOL From LLANELLY (West Side, Trafalgar Dk), I (New and Neville Docks), WEDNESDAY & SATURDAY. I WEDNESDAY & SATURDAY. Favourable rates to Merthyr, Carmarthen, Burry Port, and inland towns. Apply to the Company, Post Office Chambers, Llanelly; and to Robert Gilchrist & Co., 21, Water-street, Liverpool Liverpool Wharf, Newport (Mon.) and Consulate Chambers, 53, Bute. road, Cardiff. Through rates quoted, and passengers booked to the United States, Mediterranean, Hane. Rouen, &c. Goods are only carried as per conditions endorsed on Company's sailing bills. "If inducement offers. 1187 INIAN LINE ROYAL MAIL STEAMERS. INXAN ct; INTERNATIONAL STEAMSHIP Co., LTD UVEHPOOL to NEW YORK every WEDNESDAY. Calling at Queenstown every Thursday. Apply to RICHARDSON, SPENCE, & CO., 22. Water-street, Liverpool or to S. J. Davies, 9, ■dward's-place, Queen-st, Cardiff; T. C. Howe and Co., Steamship Broker? Cardiff; C. J. Cudlipp, Castle-road, Cardiff Wm. Edwards, Hill Side House, Caerphilly; v. Ji _r. luL-j^ace, Swansea; J Mor- Kan, 9, St. George-sweet, Swansea; Austin & Silo jfck's. Swansea.; T. H. Austin, Neath-road, Landore; D. S. Thomas, British 3chool, Llandovery; Josiah Davies, Great Western House, Llanelly H. Lewis, Old Market-street, Neath J. Roberts, Pontypridd. 3863 THE HEW ZEALAND AND AUSTRALIA, VIA TENERIFFE, CAPE TOWN, ct; HOBART. SHORTEST TROPICAL PASSAGE. ROYAL MAIL SERVICE, Under Contract with the Government of New Zealand. THE NEW ZEALAND SHIPPING COMPANY (LIMITED). will despatch their Magnificent Full-powered Steamers, ftUAPEHU, 4,163 tons, from LONDON August 22 KAIKOURA, 4,474 tons, from LONDON. 19 Leaving Plymouth two days later. Cheap return tickets. Best accommodation for all classes, and superior deck State-rooms. Full information to be obtained of the Company's Agents. TYSER ct; CO., 138, Leadenhall-street, London, R.C. 3760 Adbr ^PICKETS for all CLASSES of PASSENGERS to any part of AM ERICA, AUSTRALIA, CANADA, or the CAPE can be procured on the spot, Without delay, at the SOUTH WALES EMIGRATION OFFICE, Pontypridd (close to T.V.R. Station). Busi Bess done by post with the strictest confidence. Distance no object. Passengers met, lodged comfort- ably, and safely conducted to the steamers. Passages may be paid for by instalments. Great reduction in fares to SOUTH AFRICA.—Apply to the manager as above. Licensed Agent for all Lines of Steamers to any part of the world. 1117 iiinl&ing atietits. THE PRINCIPALITY PERMANENT A. INVESTMENT JGUILDING GOCIETY. THE BEST MEDIUM FOR LOANS ON PROPERTIES. Moderate law charges. No procuration fees. Easy Repayments. Large share in Society's profits. Facility or redemption. The Offices, 28, St. Mary-street, Cardiff, are OPEN DAILY FOR BUSINESS. W. SANDERS, MANAGING SECRETARY. A.OENTS.—Mr E. THOMAS, 43, York.place, Newport. Mr D. H. EDMUNDS, 4. Maughan-st., Penarth. 1023.7422 Mr J. A. DAVIES, Ida-place, Ebbw Vale. GLAMORGAN BUILDING SOCIETY. VJT QUEEN-STREET, CARDIFF. This old-established Society offers SPECIAL FACI. LITIES to persons desirous of Purchasing their own Dwelling-houses by a small payment down and easy periodical re-payments (for a limited period) in lieu of tent, thus affording a secure and safe investment and providing a future permanent income. No risks—no Redemption Fees—Low Law Charges—Shares issued Daily—Reserve Fund invested in Government Security. —For further InformationaDply at the Society's Offices, Which are Open Daily. —T. A. DAVIES, Secretary. 1119 CARDIFF BUILDING SOCIETY V/ (ESTABLISHED 1865). TO BORROWERS. The Rate of Interest Charged to Borrowers is REDUCED TO 5 PER CENT. TO INVESTORS. Office Open Daily for the Receipt of Shares a.nd Deposits, both Repayable on Demand or Short Notice. For Farther Information apply to PETER PRICE, Secretary. Head Office: 21, High-street, Cardiff. 7230 SOUTH WALES MERCANTILE '<3 BUILDING SOCIETY, Philharmonic Chambers, Cardiff.——The Directors are prepared to make Advances jn Leasehold and Freehold Securities. Interest reduced j*. cent, on Old and New Advances. — John Jen- kins, A.C.A., Secretary. 1045 THE MERTHYR AND DOWLAIS ir- ™«?°HJETY- — offices, Glebeland ^use, Merthyr ^dm.—EstabHshed 1872_ Incorp0rated lHt4._Liberal Advances ( £ ioo to £ 10,000).-Easy Re- Payments in 3 to 17 years. Favourable .Redemption *«rms—Utmost feecrecy-Ijoans on .Builtiingfs in pro- ttess—No Management Charges. ^DISTRICT AGENTS — Cardif and Penarth Mr J Bolloway, 12, Queen s Chambers. Cardiff; Cadoxton Barry, Mr LewiS Lewis, Quarrella-soreet, Cadox- ^>n; Abertillery and ^rict, Mr W B. Harrison, ^bertillery yewport and Jistrict, Mr H. A. Goodman, Architect, Newport; Swansea, Mr H. C. Higman ioi Oxford-street, Swansea; Pontypridd a?id Rhojutda, Mr if- Porcher. Pontypridd; Carmarthenshire, Mr Isaac ?hUlips, Burrv Port, R.S.O; Tredegar and Ebbw Vale Mr J. D. Thomas, Aeron Villa, Rhymney 1058 Mr PETER WILLIAMS, Secretary, £ MPORT ANT TO J-JAKERS. R|LUNKS' pATENT OVENS "re still UNRIVALLED for CONTROL of HEAT LABOUR, UNIFORM BAKING, TIME, FUEL, and SPACE. SEND FOR PRICE LISTS. ONLY ADDRESS :— G. S. TUNKS and C°" ^8g 5, MILL-LANE, CARDIFF. 6995 rpUVVLE'iS PENNYROYAL and STEEL PIIJuS FOR FEMALES quickly correct allirregu and reiieve the distressing symptoms so prevalent cvj'h the sex. Boxes, ls ljd and 2s 9d, of all chemists itiAi anywhere for 15 or 54 stamps, by The Lincoln and inland Counties Drug Co. wia«5oin.—Beware of I aIel Irg }.ndiau. AUCTION APPOINTMENTS. Mr W. BRADLEY. Mow of Hay and Milking Cows, at Treforest.Aug. 21 Messrs TREGERTHEN DUNN & CO. Steamship Shares. at Exchange. Cardiff Aug. 22 Steamship Shares, at Cardiff.Aug. 22 P MrMEREDITH DAVIES. Stock, at Mr JOHN FORRESTER. Furniture, China, Plate. &c,. at Brecon.Aug. 21 &: 2211 Messrs GOTT WALTZ A BOWRING. Household Furniture, at Cardiff August 21 Freehold Houses and Ground Rents, at Cardiff, Ang.26 Horse Show Sale, at Cardiff ..Sept. 6 Prize and other Rams, at Cardiff Sept. 19 Superior Ram Lambs, at Canton Fair „ .Sept. 19 Messrs WM. GRAHAM, SON and HITCHCOX. Stocks and Shares, at Newcort.Aug. 21 Messrs JOHN F. HARVEY & CO. Public House, &c ,at Swansea .Aug. 30 Messrs HOWARD & KING. Machinery, Building Plant, &c., at Pontypridd. Aug.26 Mr RICHARD E. HUGHES. Smelting Works, at Swansea Aug. 28 Stock, Stores, &c., at Landore Aug. 29 Mr W. G. LATTY. Drugs, dfce., at Cardiff Aug. 23 Messrs JOHN M. LEEDER & SON. Household Furniture, &c.. at Swansea — Aug. 22 Mr HENRY LEWIS. Prime Meadow Hay, &c.. at Bedwellty .»Aug. 27 Messrs WALTER LLOYD & SON. Plas Cwrt Hyr Estate, at Carmarthen .Aug. 24 Messrs J. G. MADDOX and CO. Furniture, at 5, Richmond-terrace, Cardiff ..Au. 21 Household .Furniture, at Rooms Aug. 22 Beer, &c., at Cardiff .Aug. 22 Mr J. MARKHAM. Grocery, Provisions, &c„ at Neath Aug. 21 & 22 Mr A. NEWLAND. Household Furniture, at Rooms .Aug. 22 Dwelling Houses and Beerhouses, at Newport..Aug. 2t1 Messrs PARSONS & ROBJENT Leasehold Properties, at Newport. August 21 Family Residence, at Newport.August 21 Messrs EDWARD ROBERTS AND SON. Residence, Newport August 21 Messrs STEPHENSON and ALEXANDER Sheep, at Llansannor Court Sept. i Machinery, Plant, &c., at Caerphilly. Sept. 2b & 27 Messrs SHORT & DUNN. Steamship Share-, at Cardiff.. Aug. 26 Messrs J. HOWELL THOMAS & CO. Hunters, Blood Stock, &c., at Maesgwynne.Aug. 23 Mr 1'. WEBBER. Leasehold Properties, at Cardiff «. «.Aug. 27 Mr JOHN YOUNG. Cottage Property, at Pontypool -Aug. 22 SHERIFFS SALE. Farming Stock, &c.. nIJAr Llantrissant.u,AulI(.22 SALE THIS DAY. GBOUVILLE HOUSE, 5, RICHMOND-TERRACE, CARDIFF. ON WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 21st, 1889, Commencing at 12 o'clock noon precisely. MSSRS J. G. MADDOX and CO. are favoured with instructions from Miss Scott (who is givmg up the house) to SELL by PUBLIC AUCTION, at the above residence, the superior HOUSEHOLD APPOINTMENTS in Drawing and Dining Rooms, Hall, Bedrooms, Kitchens, and Outside Effects, etc., etc., full p ticulars of which will appear in catalogues, which may' be had three days prior to sale on application to the Auctioneers, at their Offices and Salerooms, 25, Duke. street, Cardiff. 7398 SALE TO-MORROW. THE DUKE-STREET AUCTION ROOMS, CARDIFF. On THURSDAY, August 22nd, 1889, commencing at Two o'clock precisely. MESSRS J. G. MADDOX and CO. will SELL by PUBLIC AUCTION, at the above Weekly sale, an important consignment of new and second-hand HOUSEHOLD APPOINTMENTS, comprising drawing and dining-room suites variously upholstered, cabinets and sideboards, gilt and walnut overmantels, dining and other tables, iron and brass bedsteads with bedding, duchesse toilets, wardrobes and bedroom suites complete, towel rails, etc. 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 SALE TO-MORROW. THE STATION YARD, BACK OF TOWN HALL, CARDIFF. ON THURSDAY, AUGUST 22ND, 1889, COM- MENCING AT 11.30 A.M. PRECISELY. TO BREWERS, BEER RETAILERS, AND OTHERS. MESSRS J. G. MADDOX and CO, are favoured with instructions to SELL by PUBLIC AUCTION, at the above Yard, about THIRTY-FIVE CASKS OF BEER, each containing 36, 18, 9, and 4 Gallons; also 20 Partly Full and Empty Casks, Seized from various Bogus Clubs, and forfeited. On View morning of Sale. There will be no reserve. Further particulars of the Auctioneers, at their Offices and Sale-rooms, 25, Duke-street, or of Mr Wil- liam Mackenzie, Head Constable, Cardiff. 7561 TO CHEMISTS AND OTHERS. SPITAL SQUARE WAREHOUSE, OPPOSITE T.V.R. RAILWAY STATION, CARDIFF. MR W. G. LATTY will SELL by AUCTION, without the slightest reserve, on FRIDAY NEXT, August 25rd, at Two o'clock, a quan- tity of DRUGS. STOCK BOTTLES, PATENT AND HOMCBPATHIC MEDICINES, Trusses, Chemist Sundries, 16 Dozen Spectacles and Eye-glasses, a double door Iron Safe, Letterpress, 1-ewt. Twine, &c. On view morning of sale. 7540 SALE TO-MORROW. TO CAPITALISTS. INVESTORS. AND OTHERS. IMPORTANT SALE OF STEAMSHIP SHARES AT THE EXCHANGE, CARDIFF, ON THURSDAY, AUGUST 22ND, 1889. At Three p.m. (sharp). MESSRS TKEGERTHEN DUNN & H-i- CO. have been instructed to SELL by AUC. TION, as above, the following STEAMSHIP SHARES, Viz.:— 4 £266 Shares Gardepee S.S. Co,, Limited. 4 £24u Shares Aberdare S.S. Co., Limited. bO S20 Shares Cardiff and West of England S.S. Co., Limited. 30 B10 Shares Goldcliffe S.S. Co., Limited. 2-Mths Shares S.S. Saxon Briton, of Cardiff. l-64th Share S.S. Violante, of Cardiff. 2 B50 Shares Cymmrodorion S.S. Co., Ltd. H £00 Shares Hoy Head S.S. Co., Ltd. 1 100 Share Bryn-Glas S.S. Co., Ltd. Early entries are respectfully solicited. For further particulars apply to the Auctioneers and Shipping Salesmen, Merchants' Exchange, Docks, Cardiff. 7463 SALE TO-MORROW. SALE OF STEAMSHIP SHARES AT THE EX- CHANGE, CARDIFF, ON THURSDAY, AUGUST 22ND INST., AT 3 P.M. MESSRS TREGERTHEN DUNN and CO. have been favoured with instructions to include the following Shares in the above Sale, viz. :— l-64th Share Steamship Rapid, of Cardiff. I-64th Share Steamship Raglan, of Cardiff. l-64th Share Steamship Saxon Briton, of Cardiff. 1-64h Share Steamship Ouse, of Cardiff. For further particulars apply to the Auctioneers and Share Brokers, Merchants' Exchange, Cardiff. Entries for this sale respectfully solicited. 7532 CARDIFF. MR T. WEBBER has received instruc- tions to SELL by AUCTION, at the Queen's Hotel. Cardiff, on TUESDAY, August 27th, 1889, at 7.30 in the evening, in the following or such lots as may be arranged at the time of Sale, and subject to conditions of Sale to be then read, and which may be seen at the Office of the Auctioneer five days before the Sale, the following LEASEHOLD PROPERTIES, namely:— All those Six private DWELLING-HOUSES, being Nos. 1, 3,5,7. 9, and 11, Rolls-street, Canton, in the occupation of Messrs Burrows, Morris, and others. Held on lease for a term of 99 years, from 25th March, 1882, at an annual ground rent of S2 12s lOd each house. All that Leasehold stone-built HOUSE and SHOP, with yard attached, suitable on which to erect stable and coach-house if required, being on tbe corner of Thesiger and Fitzroy streets, Cathavs. Held on lease for 99 years, from 2nd February, 1880, at an annual ground rent of £4 4s. Nearly the whole of the purchase money may remain on mortgage to approved purchasers, repayable either by monthly or quarterly instalments. For further particulars apply to the Auctioneer or to Mr ALBERT GOODMAN, 3, Hammet-street, Taunton. Auctioneer's Offices, 25, Queen-street Arcade, Cardiff. July 26th, 1889. 7494 UNION-STREET SAW MILLS, PONTYPRIDD IVTESSRS HOWARD & KING are in. XvA structed by Mr Firbank King, Builders' Merchant, Pontypridd (who is giving up the business) to SELL by AUCTION, on the premises as above, on MONDAY, August 26th, and following day. if neces- sary, the whole of his 3' STOCK-IN-TRADE, MACHINERY. QUARRY TOOLS, GENERAL BUILDING PLANT HORSE, CART, HARNESS, CORN. &c.. viz.;— STOCK-IN-TRADE and BUILDING PLANT.— About 10.000 feet of red deals, white ditto, spruce ditto, yellow pine, pitch pine, 100 squares of flooring, match boarding (liin. to lin), plaster laths, 20,000 feet moulding# skirtings, architraves, quoin beads, parting and stop ditto, quantity of elm and oak coffin boards, 50 panel doors, newels, balusters, &c.. a quantity of sawn boards, drain pipe, junctions, ends, ulleys, syphons, chimney pots (various), ridge tlltls,cl<!set pans, pressed bricks, slates, about 4 tons slacked lime, scaf- fold poles, ladders, trestles, &c., sundry ironmongery, including screws, nails, fall pipes, latches, locks, and a large assortment of coffin furniture, Ac. Quarry Tools comprise 1 drum 5ft. diameter, 1 ditto 2ft., wire rope, several feet of rails, hammers, sledges, bars, wrought iron trams, tipping plate, black- smith s tools, bellows, anvil, vice, and a quantity of 8 A?ArtfiT>ii?D*nK' cur")» channel stones, &c. MACHINERY.—8-horse power portable engine by Clavton and Shuttle worth, in good working order, mortar mill (7ft. pan), saw-bench to take 42in. saws, 4 circular saws. mortice machine, large water tank. flooring dogs, cramps, &c. A capital horse, 2 carts, 2 sets of harness, and 9 sacks of tailed oats. Sale to commence at 2 p.m. precisely. No reserve. For further particulars and catalogues apply to the Auctioneers, at their Offices, 6, High-street, Pontypridd. „ SALE THIS DA\ Cwm Isaf Farm, near Church Village, Treforest. MR W. BRADLEY will SELL by AUCTION', Oil WEDNESDAY NEXT, August 21st, under Distress for Rent. unless previously ar. ranged, 1 MOW OF HAY and 2 MILKING COWS if required. Sale commence at 1 o'clock harp. No reserve. Auctioneer's Office, North-road, Cardiff. RHIEW FARM. TONYREFAIL, NEAR TLLANTRISSANT. o BE SOLD by AUCTION, at the above Farm, on THURSDAY NEXT, Aug. 22nd, suffi- cient of the LIVE & DEAD STOCK, FARMING IMPLEMENTS, HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, anu otner effects belonging to Mrs Margaret lewis, to satisfy an execution issued through the High Sheriff of the County of Glamorgan. n ™ Daa,y seen 0,1 the day of the Sale, which will commence punctually at Two o'clock p.m. There will be no reserve. Cardiff, 17th August, 1889. 7594 OTERILITY IN WOMKN ITS CAUSES O AND CURE. By J. B. RYl.ltY, M.D., M.R.C.S,, London. A NEW EDITION of this work, revised up to date, is NOW READY. PRICE 3s 6d; POST 3s 8d. Males by Ruction. SALE THIS DAY, WEDNESDAY IMPORTANT UNRESERVUiD SALE OF THE HOUSEHOLD APPOINTMENTS. SOLD BY ORDER OF THE EXECUTRIX OF FREDERICK HINGSTON, ESQ. (DECEASED), LATE MANAGER OF THE NATIONAL PRO- VINCIAL BANK, LIMITED. REMOVED FROM THE BANK HOUSE FOR BETTER CONVENIENCE OF SALE. ALSO OTHER USEFUL HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE AND MIS- CELLANEOUS ITEMS. MESSRS GOTTWALTZ & BOWRING have received instructions to SELL by AUC- TION, at the Sale Rooms, 11, High-street, Cardiff, on WEDNESDAY, 21st August, 1889, at 11 o'clock, the above EXCELLENT HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE AND EFFECTS, Comprising AN ELEGANT WALNUT BEST BED- ROOM SUITE with handsome 6ft wardrobe and other appointments, a SIMILAR SET IN WALNUT, a dressing- room suite, TWO 4ft. 6in. WALNUT BEACONS. FIELD BEDCHAMBER SUITES by first-class makers, painted bedroom furniture, commodes, brass rail fenders and irons, toilet fittings, coal vases, gilt pier glasses and overmantels, chests of drawers, double and single toilet services, CAPITAL BRASS BEDSTEADS with spring and hair bedding, &c.; o roo landing, and stair carpets, BEAUTIFUL DRAWING-ROOM SUITE IN WALNUT, covered in silk and plush; CABINET ORNAMENTS, work and occasional tables, HANDSOME OVERMANTEL, coal vase, all I suite; a four-fold screen, brass fenders and irons, corner brackets, chenille curtains, Axminster and Wilton pile carpets, expensive ornaments. A SUPERIOR CARVED OAK DINING-ROOM SUITE, consisting of chairs in leather and crimson velvet • a 10ft. dining-room table, HANDSOME CARVED OAK SIDEBOARD, of exquisite design a lofty ornamental writing table and a 6ft. carved bookcase, a LARGE MECHANICAL ORGAN, with five barrels, pipes, swells, &c., in mahogany case, EXPENSIVE BRONZES, clocks, saddle bag easy chairs, coal vase, a library in POLLARD OAK FURNITURE, with VERY EXPENSIVE SIDEBOARD, a BEAUTI- FUL POLLARD OAK SUITE in Morocco. table and other appointments all to match, sitting- room furniture in mahogany, contents of pantries and kitchens, a large painted press, a VALUABLE DINNElt SERVICE, and outside effects. 7406 Catalogues may be had of the Auctioneers, Cardiff. IN THE HIGH COURT OF JUSTICE, CHANCERY DIVISION. BY ORDER, IN THE MATTER OF THE COMPANIES' ACTS, 1862 AND 1867, AND IN THE MATTER OF THE SOUTH WALES SMELTING COMPANY, LTD.. IN LIQUIDATION. LANDORE, NEAR SWANSEA, GLAMORGAN- SHIRE. SALE OF VALUABLE LEASEHOLD SMELTING WORKS. jVTR RICHARD J £ HUGHES, the person -LfJL duly appointed in this matter, will OFFER for SALE by PUBLIC AUCTION, at the Royal Hotel, High-street, Swansea, on WEDNESDAY, the 28th day of August, 1889, at Three o'clock in the Afternoon (subject to such conditions as shall then and there be produced), all those LEASEHOLD SMELTING WORKS. situate at Landore, and known as the South Wales Smelting Works. The buildings and machinery included in the sale are as follow :—Cupola house, containing four cupolas with fittings and flooring plates; blast receiver, water tank, and hydraulic lift, two long kilns for burning ore, roaster furnace with chargers, calciner house, with one double and four single calciners, smelting furnace, house containing two large furnaces cased with iron plates, joiners' shop, labora. tory with 2 Cornish furnaces, smithy, 4 kilns, silver refinery with I furnaces and blast receiver, also flooring plates, engine-house with blower and engines J by Saville-street Foundry, with fittings, iron tank, and flooring plates, boiler-house with 2 Cornish boilers j and pump, crushing-house with engine, boiler, and and pump, crushing-house with engine, boiler, and breaker, substantially built offices, store-house, and workmen's lodge, together with all necessary culverts j aud stacks. i There is a supply of water, extensive tipping accom- j modation, and a. water frontage and wharf, at which vessels can discharge. The property is held on two leases, viz., one,from the Duke of Beaufort, dated 4th May, 1883, for a term of 23 years from the 25th March, 1886, at a rental, after I 1st and 2nd years, of E200 per annum. The other from Messrs Callana's trustee for a term of 63 years from 25th March, 1885, at a rental of B100 per annum. NOTE.—The Stocks, Stores, Tools, Loose Plant, and Office Furniture will be sold by auction at the Works on Thuisday, the 29th inst. 7559 Further particulars and conditions of-sale can be obtained of Richard Garnaut Cawker, Esq., the Official Liquidator, Temple-street Messrs Collins and; Woods, Solicitors. Worcester-place or from the i Auctioneer, at his Offices, 4, Wind-street, Swansea. IN THE HIGH COURT OF JUSTICE, CHANCERY. DIVISION. BY ORDER. IN THE MATTER OF THE COMPANIES' ACTS. 1862 AND 1867, AND AND IN THE MATTER OF THE SOUTH WALES 1 SMELTING COMPANY. LTD., IN LIQUIDATION, SOUTH WALES SMELTING WORK LANDORE. I NEAR SWANSEA, GLAMORGANSHIRE. 1 SALE OF STOCKS, STORES, TOOLS, LOOSE, PLANT, and OFFICE FUUNITUBE. J MR RICHARD E. HUGHES, the person duly appointed in this matter, will i SELL by PUBLIC AUCTION, at the above works, on THURSDAY, the 29th day of August, 1889, the whole I of the STOCKS, STORES, TOOLS, LOOSE PLANT, AND OFFICE FURNITURE, comprising 400 tons of Irish ore, litharge, silver dross, pig lead, about 100 tons of castings and wrought iron, 40 tons of coke, new blower by the Saville -street. Foundiy (No. 60, Baker's patent), blower, steam crane, 4 crab winches, 4 blocks and chains, several weighing machines, wheeling plates, wheelbarrows, quantity of new tire and other bricks, quantity of bags, hydraulic jack to lift 20 tons, portable forges, bellows, anvils, vices, smiths' and other tools, bar iron, steel bolts and nuts, rails, oil, grease, belting, stocks and dies, new shovels, beam scales, &c., &c. The whole of the tools. The contents of the Laboratory, containing four assayers' balances, scales, new silver scale and weights, by Degrave, Short, and Co,, 1887 chemicals, and other laboratory requisites. OFFICE FURNITURE.—Linoleum, matting, maho. gany and other desks, stationery cupboards, pigeon holes, washstand, letter presses, chairs, tables, etc,; also a patent clock. Sale to commence at 11 o'clock. There will be no reserve. Detailed catalogues will be prepared, and can be- obtained at the offices of the Auctioneer three days prior to sale. Further particulars can be obtained of Richard Garnaut Cawker, Esq., the Official Liquidator, Temple- street; or from the Auctioneer, 4, Wind-street, Swansea. 7560 TREBANOG FAWR, PENDERYN. BRECONSHIRE, Distant 1& mile from Hirwain Station on the G W. Railway. IMPORTANT SALE of 400 SHEEP. 18 HEAD of CATTLE, 15 HORSES and PONIES, 22 PIGS, &c., &c. MR MEREDITH DAYIES has been favoured with instructions from John Jenkins, Esq., to SELL by PUBLIC AUCTION at the above- named place, on TUESDAY, August 27th, 1889, the whole of THE STOCK, Comprising SHEEP.-100 Cross Bred Fat Lambs, excellent quality 200 Ewes in forward condition and healthy 60 Mountain Wethers, 3 and 4 years old, fit for the but- cher 30 Mountain Lambs 10 Rams all to be sold in Lots to suit purchasers. CATTLE.—10 excellent Hereford Cows, in calf; 2 ditto with calves at foot 2 Ayrshire ditto, excellent milchers 3 fat Heifers, 1 three-year-old fat bull. HORSES.—2 Cart Mares, 6 years old, good workers; I Cob Horse, rising 3 years old, 14 hands high, with grand action 1 Chestnut Cob Mare, rising 4 years old, 14i hands high, quiet to ride or drive, very fast trotter 11 Mountain Ponies of different colours and sizes. PIGS.—10 Store Pigs, 2 Sows in farrow, and 10 Porkers. Four months' credit will be given on approved secu- rity on:E5 and upwards, or a discount of 6d in the £ will be allowed for cash. Luncheon on the tables at 12 o'clock. Sale to com- mence at 1 p.m. sharp. 7565 Lamb and Flag. Glyn Neath, August 14th. 1889. COUNTY OF CARMARTHEN MAESUWYNNE, LLANBOIDY AN UNUSUALLY IMPORTANT SALE of a high- class Stud of grand maturwi HUNTERS and most nrnmisine hichly-bred YOUNG BLOOn sTnnr AN UNUSUALLY IMPORTANT SALE of a high- class Stud of grand matured HUNTERS and most nrnmisine hichly-bred YOUNG BLOOn sTnnr Also the celebrated MAESGWYNNE PACK OF FOXHOUNDS, numbering about 33 couple of Hunt. ing Hounds, and a fair contingent of Puppies. This Pack is admittedly the best in all Wales. The late Master's experience as an M.C.H. exceeded fifty years, and the present Pack has some of the best strains of blood that can possibly be obtained. In addition to the Foxhounds and the grand stud of Horses will also be Sold several CARRIAGES. HARNESS, SADDLES, &c., Ricks of well-harvested HAY, IMPLEMENTS, &c. MESSRS J. HOWELL THOMAS & CO, are favoured with instructions from the repre- sentatives of the late W. R. H. Powell, Esq.. M.P., to SELL by AUCTION, at Maesgwynne, on FRIDAY, August the 23rd (the day following the Carmarthen Hunters' Show), the above very valuable, briefly des- cribed, but well-known stud of horses and the grand far-famed pack of foxhounds, &c. Luncheon at Twelve. This sale to commence at one o'clock punctually. Full uescriptive catalogues and any information may be obtained from the Stud Groom at Maes- gwynne, or from Messrs J. Howell Thomas and Co. Estate Agents and Auctioneers, Carmarthen. 7557 COUNTY BOROUGH OF SWANSEA VALUABLE DOUBLE.LICENSED PUBLIC HOUSE AND DWELLING-HOUSE FOR SALE. MESSRS JOHN f. HARVEY & co., have been instructed to SELL by AUCTION, at their Sale-room, 4, Goat-street, Swansea, on FRIDAY, August 30th, 1889, the following valuable LEASEHOLD PROPERTIES, viz LOT I.-All that Valuable DOUBLE-LICENSED PUBLIC-HOUSE and PREMISES, known as the New Recruit, situate in Orchard-street, Swansea, held for a term of 99 years from the 25th day of March, 1817, sub- ject to the yearly ground rent of £1 4s, and one pair of fat pullets or 2s in lieu thereof, and now sub-let to Mr Hum,for the term of 21 years, from the 29thSeptember, 1883, at S50 per aunum. LOT 2.—All that desirable MESSUAGE or DWEL. LING HOUSE and PREMISES, situate and being 6, Page-street, Swansea, with a frontage of 18 feet or thereabouts, held for a terin of 94 years from the 27th day of September, 1865. at the yearly ground rent of S2 9s 6d. Sale to commence at three o'clock p.m. For further particulars apply to Edwin Davies, Esq., Solicitor, Commercial Chambers, Goat-street, Swansea; or to the Auctioneers, at their Offices, 4 and 5, Goat- street. T MPORTANT. -One Box of Horton's L X. L. J- Pills are guaranteed to cure all private cases and com, phcations of the urinary organs, whether acquired or otherwise. Also Gravel and Pains in the Back. Free from Mercury. Post iree for 4s from G. D. Horton. M.PS.. (from the General Hospital), Aston-roaa, Birmingham. Agents Cardiff-A. Hagon, Chart. ;st, 39, Bridge-st, Swansea—Lloyd.Chemist, Oxford-st. Newport—Young, Chemist, High-st. N.B.—-Have never been known to fail. Letters answered free. Please name paper. 67b2 NVALID MEN WHO ARM NERVOUS AND I DEPRESSED without joy for the present or hope for the future, and whose past is a regret, should send 3 stamps for the MAGIC MIRROR, and address H. HOWELL, Esq.. the Secretary, TNYALID MEN 4, Fitaalau-squaw, Sheffield. J, alt.s im faction. SALE TO MORROW. SWANSEA AUCTION ROOMS, GOAT-STREET. HIGHLY IMPORTANT SALE OF A CONSIGN- MENT OF NEW AND SECOND-HAND HOUSE- HOLD FURNITURE, PORTION OF WHICH IS SOLD TO COVER AN ADVANCE. MESSRS JOHN M. LEEDER and SON -A.VJL have been instructed to SELL by AUCTION, at the aoove Sale Rooms, on THURSDAY, August 22nd. 1889, a very large quantity of splendidly-made and well-decorated HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, and other effects, consisting of dining-room suites in oak, walnut, and mahogany, beautifully upholstered in morocco, Persian saddle bags, velvet and leather; large and medium-size sideboards to match, dining tables, pier glasses, overmantels, and other dining- room appointments, Brussels, Madras, tapestry, and other carpets, rosewood and mahogany drawing-room suites in silk and plush, heavily inlaid, and of the latest designs corner and other cabinets to match with plate-glass cupboards, occasional tables and chairs, overmantels to match, Chippendale china brackets and knick-knacks. LIBRARY AND OFEICE FURNITURE, comprising mahogany secretaire, bookcase, oak and mahogany bookshelves, bentwood chairs, cylinder office table, pier glasses, .occasional chairs and tables, coal vases, &c. BEDROOM APPOINTMENTS in walnut, mahogany, and birch, comprising duchesse stands and tables, large ladies' wardrobes, gentlemen's wardrobes, chests of drawers, half-circle washstands, brass French bedsteads, brass and iron do., pier glasses, commodes, occasional chairs and tables, small work and writing tables, &c., &c. There will also be offered a quantity of SECOND-HAND FURNITURE removed from private residences for convenience of sale, consisting of two full-compass pianofortes, Brussels carpets, hearthrugs, bedsteads, bedding, and a quantity of small useful household requisites. Sale to commence at 11.30 m. Full particulars may be had from the catalogues now in course of preparation. Goods on view Wednesday from 11 a.m. to4 p.m. Auctioneers' Offices. Goat-street, Swansea, 7538 SALE THIS DAY. TO BREWERS, LICENSED VICTUALLERS, AND OTHEKS. NEWPORT AND MAGOR, MONMOUTHSHIRE The ESTATE of Mr WM. SAINSBURY, Deceased. SALE OF VALUABLE LEASEHOLD FREE DOUBLE-LICENSED HOTEL AND PREMISES; also of a LEASEHOLD SHOP and DWELLING- HOUSE certain FULLY-PAID UP COLLIERY SHARES, and Two Pieces of FREEHOLD LAND MESSRS PARSONS AND ROBJENT are instructed by the Trustees of the Will of the late Mr Wflliam Sainsbury to offer by PUBLIC AUCTION, at the Westgate Hotel, Newport, on WEDNESDAY, August 21st, 1889, at 2 for 3 o'clock (punctually) in the afternoon, in the following or such Lots as may be determined at the auction. LOT I.-All that LEASEHOLD FREE BULL- LICENSED HOTEL and PREMISES, known as the Castle Ino, situate in close proximity to the Cattle Market, and partly in Commercial-road and partly in Tredegar-street, Newport aforesaid, now and for many years past in the successful occupation of Mr Samuel Dean, as yearly tenant, at the low annual rental of £180; comprising:— On the Basement-Kitchen, scullery, larder, ample cellarage, store-houses, and offices. On the Ground Floor-Convenient bar, spacioua "dining or club-room, smoking and private rooms. On the Upper Floor-Ten bedrooms, w.c.. &c.. At the rear of the premises there is a commodious yard, in which are situate a two-storied warehouse, let to Messrs Newcombe, Bros., Corn Merchants, at an annual rental of JE40 two sets oi stabling, capable of accommodating nine horses also ample lofts and an open shed, which latter may be used as a coachhouse or for other purposes. The site of these premises, as well from its being a corner one (at the junction of Commercial-road and Tredegar-street) as from its proximity to the Newport Cattle Market, renders it exceptionally valuable as that of a Commercial Hotel, and its dimensions afford ample facilities for the erection, if desired, of a struc- ture altogether surpassing any other licensed premises at that end of the town. The frontage to Commercial- road is 40 feet or thereabouts, and the total depth in Tredegar-street 126 feet or thereabouts, of which about 80 feet comprise frontage of the Hotel itself. The lower end of the premises, which comprises the, yard and stabling, extends behind the premises of Mr Burpitt and other adjoining occupiers, to a total width from Tredegar-street of 90 feet or thereabouts. This Lot is held under two leases of 64 years from, 2bth March, 1835, and 63 years from 2bth March, 1836, respectively, and is subject to two small ground rents amounting in the aggregate to £8 per annum. Vacant possession of Messrs Newcombe Brothers' holding can be had 29th September next, and of the remainder of the premises comprised in the lot on 1st January, 1890. N.B.—In consequence of a misunderstanding having arisen at a recent auction of a beerhouse at New- port, the vendors' solicitor has obtained the express authority of the agent to the Tredegar Wharf Estate to announce that the ground landlords re- cognise the Castle as a Public-house, and have named the increased rental (in the terms of renewal) in consideration of ite continuing such. LOT2.-All that LEASEHOLD SHOP, DWELLING. HOUSE, and PREMISES, being No. 69, Commercial.. road aforesaid, now and for some time past in the oc. cupation of Mr Daniel Guy, pork butcher, as yearly tenant, at an annual rental of 1;45, comprising— On Basement—Large cellar. On Ground Floor—Shop, two rooms, and pantry. Upstairs—Six rooms. This Lot is held under lease of 50 years from 25th March, 1855, and is subject to a ground rent of jE4 3s 4d per annum. Both Lots,1 and 2 are held of the Tredegar Wharf Estate under the usual form of lease, granted by the latter. The Vendors have entered into no, contract for renewal of the leases, but certain terms upon which renewal can at the present time be effected have been furnished by the Lessors, and can be had on application to the Vendors' Solicitor. The Minerals under both these lots are reserved. LOT 3.—THIRTY-FIVE FULLY PAID-UP SHARES of £10 each, numbered 17,277 to 17,311 inclusive, in the Cardiff and Swansea Smokeless Steam-coal Com- pany, Limited. J.OT 4.—All those TWO PIECES of FREEHOLD LAND, containing la. 14p. (more or less), situate near the Railway Station at Magor, in the occupation of Mr ,J. Williams, at the annual rent of £ 3. To view Lots l, 2. and 4 apply on the respective pre- mises and for plans, further particulars, conditions of sale, terms of renewal oi the leaseholds to the Auc- tioneers, Westgate Buildings or to W. J. SLOAN, Esq. I, St. Stephen-street, Bristol, 7295 -Solicitor to the Trustees. TREALAW, RHONDDA V ALLEY. SALE OF ELIGIBLE LEASEHOLD DWELLING. HOUSES. RARE CHANCE TO CAPITALISTS. MR E. H. DAVIES has been instructed by the Executors of the late Rev Jonah Mor- gan, Cwmbach, to SELL by PUBLIC AUCTION, at the Pandy Hotel, Tonypandy, on WEDNESDAY NEXT, August 21st, 1889, at 7.30 p.m., in 1, 2, or 3 lots, as desired by purchasers, the following valuable EIGHT COTTAGES, situated and being Nos. 44, 45, 46, 47, 48, 49, 50, and 51, Miskin-road. Yearly rental, £104; ground rent, B5 lis 9d. The houses are situated on the main road. New paving recently laid down. Close to Glamorgan and.other large collieries. Great demand for cottages. Greatest portion of purchase money may be found if required. For further particulars apply to the Auctioneer, Pentre, Rhondda. 7586 BLAENAVON. SALE OF LONG LEASEHOLD AND COMPACT COTTAGE PROPERTY. MR JOHN YOUNG has been favoured with instructions from Mr George Dicks, who is now residing in America, to realise for him, by AUCTION, the following very valuable enclosed COTTAGE PROPERTY and large productive gardens. LOT I.-COTTAGE and GARDEN, let to Mr R. Broom at 4s per week. LOT 2.—COTTAGE and GARDEN, let to Mr J. Coombs at 2s 6d per week. LOT S.—COTTAGE and GARDEN, let to Mr J. Cripps at 3s 3d per week. LOT 4.—COTTAGE and GARDEN, let to Mr ii Rees at 3s 3d per week. LOT 5.—COTTAGE and GARDEN, let to Mrs Bees at 3s 3d per week. Making a gross total rental of £41. 5s 6d. This very desirable property is situate in the Cotcha or Coed Wood, Blaenavon, at a convenient distance from the town and works, most pleasantly situate, having a south aspect, and is held on a 999 years' lease from the 1st February, 1879, at a yearly ground rent of Z4. The property will be offered in one or more lots, and subject to conditions to be produced and read at time of sale. The Sale will be held at the Crown Hotel, Pontyppol, on THURSDAY, August 22nd, 1889, at 6.30 p.m. I Notice.—A large portion of the purchase money may remain on Mortgage, repayable by instalments over & term of years. For further particulars apply to the Auctioneer, at his Offices, 7, Tredegar-place, Newport; or to Messrs Trevor and Son, Solicitors, Bridgwater, 7595 PLAS FARM, BEDWELLTY, MONMOUTHSHIRE, Distant about half-a-mile from Blackwood Station on the London and North-Western Railway (Sirhowy branch), and about one mile from Pengam Station, on the Brecon and Merthyr and Rhvmney Railways, and about the same distance from the several stations at Hengoed Junction and Maesycwmmer. MR HENRY LEWIS has been favoured with instructions, under the powers of a bill of sale executed by Mary and William Beavan, to SELL by PUBLIC AUC1ION, at the above place, on TUESDAY, August 27th, 1889, at Three o'clock in the afternoon, subject to such conditions as shall be then' produced, viz. :— FIVE RICKS OF PRIME MEADOW HAY, well harvested, estimated at about 60 tons. Also HALF A RICK OF OATS. Terms cash. The landlords have given permission for the pur. chasers to remove the hay from the premises. •v For further particulars apply to the Auctioneer, at his residence, Gellihir Farm, Nelson, LIaafabon. August 15th, 1889. 7590 RUSSIAN LUBRIOATING OILS, WELL KNOWN AND EXTENSIVELY USED. SAMPLES AND PRICES ON APPLICATION RUSSIAN MINERAL OIL COMPANY, EXCHANGE BUILDINGS, 6701 CARDIFF. —— ■ ■■■■ nf- G. A. STONE & CO" COMPLETE FUNERAL FURNISHERS EVERY REQUISITE FOR FUNERALS OF ALL CLASSES. Proprietors of Cars, Hearses, Shellibiers, superb Flemi-ft Horses, Coaches, Broug hams, and every necessary equipment for Funerals. PRICE LIST ON APPLICATION. ——— 1108 10, 11, & 12, WORKING STREET, CARDIFF. jglLL-FOSTING AT NEWPORT, MON. I. DR P-EF-S, 180 COMMERCIAL-ROAD, NEWPORT BILL-POSTER and DELIVERER for TOWN and COUNTRY, Rents all the principal Hoardings in Newpor,, Ac. Work executed with aespMet); ION itoMic Motices, CAERPHILLY FAIR will be held on V/ SATURDAY NEXT, August 24th inst. CARDIFF HORTICULTURAL C SOCIETY AND WORKING MEN'S SHOW. FINAL NOTICE. ENTRIES CLOSE FRIDAY NEXT, August 23rd. For Entry Forms apply Hon.Secretaries, 54, Woodville- road, Cardiff. 7596-594 2ND VOL. BATT. S.W.B., 84, Dock-street, Newport, 20th August, 1889. NAVAL MANOEUVRES. SPECIAL ORDERS with reference to the DEFENCE of the BRISTOL CHANNEL and PORTS AGAINST a LANDING FROM THE HOSTILE FLEgT. On the Regimental Call of the bugle and alarm, members of the corps are earnestly requested to make every effort to muster at Head Quarters with as little delay as possible, and there await farther orders. Uniform—Undress. Bugler-Sergeant Harris and buglers will be warned for duty, and must hold themselves in readiness to sound the alarm at whatever time they may be called upon to do so. The Cyclists will also hold themselves in readiness to carry out orders. Officers commanding outlying companies may assem- ble their men at their respective headquarters, and hold themselves in readiness to co-operate, if called upon. By order, X. H. HEARSEY, Captain and Acting Adjutant. 7589 2nd V., S. W. B. RHONDDA AND SWANSEA BA* RAILWAY. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that the Fourteenth Half-yearly Ordinary GENERAL MEETING of the proprietors of the Rhondda and Swansea Bay Railway Company will be held at the Mackworth Arms Hotel, Swansea, on SATURDAY, the 24th day of August, 1889, at Twelve o'clock at noon, for the general pur- poses of the undertaking, including the appointment of Auditor, in the place of Mr Geo. Allen, deceased. The Transfer Books will be closed from the 12th instant to the 24th instant, both days inclusive. AND FURTHER NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that so soon as such General Business is disposed of, a Special General Meeting of the Company will be held at the same place for the purpose of authorising the Company, in pursuance of the Rhondda and Swansea Bay Railway Company's Acts of 1882, 1883, and 1885, to create and issue Debenture Stock to an amount not exceeding £125,000, at such times, in such amounts and manner, on such terms, and subject to such con- ditions as the Directors shall think fit. JOHN J. JENKINS, Chairman. H. S. LUDLOW, Secretary. Swansea, 5th August, 1889. 7419 TO THE OVERSEERS OF THE PARISH of CANTON, in the BOROUGH of CARDIFF. in the COUNTY of GLAMORGAN, and to the SUPERINTENDENT of POLICE of the said Borough. I, JOHN WILLIAMS, of No. 38, Eldon-road, in the said Parish of Canton, do hereby give notice that it is my intention to apply at the next Adjourned General Annual Licensing Meeting to be holden in and for the said Borough for a Provisional Grant of a License to hold all the Excise Licenses that may be held by a Publican for the sale by retail at a house and premises thereunto belonging, about to be constructed on land forming the north-east corner at the junction of Corot- wall-road and Hereford-street, in the said Parish, of. which premises Messrs James Howell, David Jones, and J. P. Jones, all of Cardiff, are the owners, of Intoxicating Liquor, to be consumed either-on«or off the premises. Dated this 19th day of August, 1889, 329 JOHN WILLIAMS. CHÙRCH OONGRESS, 1889. TWENTY-NINTH ANNUAL MEETING, To be HELD at CARDIFF On TUESDAY, WEDNESDAY, THURSDAY, and FRIDAY, OCTOBER 1ST, 2ND, 3RD, and 4TH, PATRONS: The Most Reverend the LORD ARCHBISHOP of CANTERBURY, The Most Reverend the LORD ARCHBISHOP of YORK. PRESIDENT The Right Reverend the LORD BISHOP of LLANDAFF. CO°NGRESS' TICKETS, price 6s, }Now Ready- Apply to the ASSISTANT SECRETARY, CONGRESS OFFICE, PRINCES CHAMBERS, ST. JOHN'S-SQUARE, CARDIFF. Office Hours, 10 to 4. Inhabitants of Cardiff and the neighbourhood will give the Committee great assistance by making early application for their tickets. 7546 CARDIFF AND SOUTH WALES" HORSE SHOW, at Cardiff, WEDNESDAY and THURSDAY, SEPT. 4TH and 5TH. JB900 IN PRIZES. JUMPING AND TROTTING BOTH DAYS. ADMISSION Is BOTH DAYS. ENTRIES CLOSIfi AUG. 17TH; WITH DOUBLE FEES, AUG. 29TH. WILLIAM H. LEWIS. 31, Queen-street, 7253 Cardiff. Secretary. ABERGAVENNY HORSE SHOW AND AGRICULTURAL ASSOCIATION. THE ABOVE SOCIETY^ EXHIBITION OF HUNTERS, HARNESS HORSES, AND PONIES, including TRIAL OF PONIES IN THE BENDING COMPE- TITION, AND SHOW OF STOCK, Will take place in BAILEY PARK, ABERGAVENNY, ON 'THURSDAY, THE 12TH SEPTEMBER, 1889, When Prizes to the amount of jHOO will be dis- tributed over well-arranged classes. THE MONMOUTHSHIRE POLO CLUB TOURNA. MENT, DINNER, RACES, AND BALL will also take place during the week, commencing Monday, the 9th of September; the Races (under National Pony and Galloway Racing Rules) being fixed for Friday, the 13th, when Eight interesting Events are advertised to come off. Entries for the Horse and Agricultural Show finally close on Tuesday, 3rd September, 1889. Schedules of prizes, entry forms, and other informa- tion may be obtained of the Secretary, Mr JAMES STRAKER, 7382 2, Tiverton-place, Abergavenny. THE QUEEN'S VISIT TO WREXHAM. A REGISTER OF WINDOWS, SEATS, &a. Including nearly every first-class position for viewing the Procession, with all particulars, terms, &c,f together with a PLAN OF THE PROPOSED ROUTE within the borough of Wrexham, will be forwarded on receipt of a Penny Stamp by W. Hawkins Tilston. Estate Agent, 7, Henblas-street. Wrexham. 7443 O ARCHITECTS, BUILDERS, ~AND THE GENERAL PUBLIC. Messrs H. T. JOHNSON & Co., VENTILATING ENGINEERS, MANCHESTER, and Patentees of the Positive Systems of Ventilation, have ap- pointed as SOLE AGENT for CARDIFF and DISTRICT Mr W. H. ALLEN (Assoc. San. Instn.), PRACTICAL PLUMBER and CERTIFICATED SANITARY INSPECTOR, ROWE'S SQUARE, WORKING-STREET, CARDIFF. CATALOGUES on APPLICATION. 5199 K OATH-ROAD CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH. J CHURCH. NINTH ANNIVERSARY SERVICES on SUN. DAY. August 25th. SERMONS, MORNING and EVENING, by the RevW. PEDR WILLIAMS and in the AFTERNOON by the Rev F. C. SPURR. 244 lEnjal ^totires. T HE BANKRUPTCY AOT, 1883. IN THE COUNTY COURT OF GLAMORGAN HOLDEN AT PONTYPRIDD. IN BANKRUPTCY.-No. 10 of 1889. HE EDWARDS BROTHERS; Builders, Treherbert. I, JENKIN DAVIES, of Ton Pentre, Hereby Give Notice that I have been duly APPOINTED and certified by the Board of Trade as TRUSTEE of the Estate of the above-named Bankrupts. All persons having in their possession any of the effects of the Bankrupts must deliver them to me,-and aU Debts due to the Bankrupts must be paid to me. Creditors who have not yet proved their Debts must forward their proofs of Debts to me. (Signature of Trustee), „ JENKIN DAVIES. Date, August 19th, 1889. 7587 7i\ CHWI CYMRU DEWCH AT Y CYMRO. LOOK OUT! LOOK our; 1 AT THE JJOYAL RATIONAL JglSTEDDVOD FOR REFRESHMENTS AT POPULAR PRICES, GO TO THE JjJISTEDDVOD CATERERS, JOHN pOWELL & Co., GROCERS AND CONFECTIONERS, WINE AND SPIRIT MERCHANTS, CAVENDISH HOUSE, BRECON. Sole Agents for W. and A. Gilbey. 7678 ESSRS W. H. SMITH and SON deliver the SOUTH W ÅLES DAILY. NBWS, at an eariy hour each Morning in all parts of the-follow ng towns:- CARDIFF SWANSEA NEWPORT ROATH MERTHYR PORTSKEWETT CANTON ABERDARE PONTYPOOL ROAD BUlE DOCKS HEREFORD PEMBROKE DOCK BRIDGEND NEW MILFORD HAVERFORDWEST NEATH BRISTOL GLOUCESTER LLANELLY TENBY ABERYSTWYTH LAMPETER CARMARTHEN ABERGAVENNY Tha CARDIFF TIMES also delivered every Fr day to any address in the abou mentioned Towns. t ORl>ERS-to tee awrtrtQ-tha' Mamwers W the various bwkstttU*' (Etmration. CARDIFF. LLYFR TONAU CYNNULLEIDFAOL CYMRU, GAN DR. PARRY. Yr holl dona.u gan Dr Parry, ar emynau wedi en eyf. arwyddo yn fanol, i gymanfaoedd am haner pris. Pris, y Rhan, H.N., Ii S.F., 6ch. RHAN GYNTAF a RHAN YR AIL YN BAROD. YN Y WASG. RRAN YTRYDYDD.— 38. Calf aria (M. 9). 39. Caerdaf (M. 10). 40. Darllen gan. 45. Y Bugail Da (M. 39.) (M. 9, 13, 19). 41. Darllen gan (M. 9, 10, 20). 42. Disgwylfa (M. 15). 43. Gorphenwyd (M. 22). 44. Aberystwyth (M. 39). 46. Dydd Y Farn (M. 49). 47. GwyliadwrS|etb (M. 51). 48. Bendithiad (M. 54). 49. Yr Adgy. fodiad (M. 65). 50. Dies Irae (M. 68). 51. Sanc- teiddiwyd (M. 70). 5i Morwriaeth (M. 8-8, 8,3). 53. Arweiniad (M. 10, 4). 54. Anthem Te Deum.' Ti, O Dduw, a Folwn (We Praise Thee, 0 God), O.N. a S.F., 3c., S.F., lc. ELFENAU CERDDORIAETH (The Theory of Music), yn Gymraeg, gan Dr Joseph Parry. Pris Swllt. Catalogue, with list of 100 Choruses, 60 Songs, 25 Duetts, Anthems, Glees, dcc., sent on receipt of stamp. All Orders to be sent to 1134 D. M. PARRY, Penarth, South Wales. THE CARDIFF COLLEGE SCHOOL. PRESIDENT. ALDERMAN WILLIAM TAYLOR, M.D., HEAD MASTER. WILLIAM JOHN GREENSTREET, M.A., St. John's College, Cambridge, Mathematical Tripos, 1882; formerly Senior Mathematical Master and Vice- Principal of the Hull and East Riding College late Lecturer to the Cambridge University Extension Society at Hull. e SECOND MASTER. VTF* UMINGWAY, M.A., late Scholar of Jesus College, > Oambridge, Classical Tripos, 1885 late Assistant Master, Surrey County School. ASSISTANT MASTERS. R. S. CRUMP, B.A., late Hastings Exhibitioner, Queen's College, Oxford, Honours in Classics and Historv HUGH MEYLER, B.A., late Scholar of Jesus College, Oxford, Honours in Final School of Modern History. P. ROBINSON, B.A., late Exhibitioner of Corpus Christi College, Oxford, Classical Honours; also B.A. with Classical Honours London University. FRENCH. PAUL BARBIER, University College of South Wales and Monmouthshire. GERMAN. P. T, ARNOLD, M.A., Ph.D., University College of South Wales and Monmouthshire. CHEMISTRY. J. TUDOR CUNDALL, F.C.S., University College of South Wales and Monmouthshire. MUSIC. X. E. AYLWABD, Organist and Choir-master, St. Andrew's, Cardiff (for nine years Organist of Chichester Cathedral). The NEXT TEBM COMMENCES on MONDAY, September 16th, 1889. For Prospectus and full particulars apply to the HEAD MASTER, THE COLLEGE SCHOOL, DUMFRIES-PLACE, CARDIFF. 7320 ST. CATHERINE'S, CARDIFF. A FIRST-CLASS MODERN SCHOOL FOR GIRLS, WITH KINDERGARTEN FOR GIRLS AND BOYS. PRINCIPAL-MISS TULLIS. Premises of nearly Sixty Rooms, large staff of Certifi- cated Teachers, wide Curriculum (English, Modern Languages, Classics, Mathematics, Science, Drawing, Class Singing, Calisthenics, Handwork, included in the ordinary course, moderate and inclusive Fees. Public examinations optional, but the following have been passed by pupils :— LONDON MATRICULATION.—Nine First Class, one Honour¡¡. UNIVERSITY COLLEGE, CARDIFF. ENTRANCE EXAMI- NATION.—Scholarships of JB50, jE40, £40, JB30, £50 a year, each for three years three Exhibitions of £10 a year. CAMBRIDGE LOCAL.—All classes of honours, distinc- tions, passes. SOUTH KENSINGTON.—In Physiology, Hygiene, Botany, Mathematics, Chemistry, Mechanics, and Freehand, Model, Geometrical, and Perspective Draw- ing. Also College of Preceptors. Trinity College, etc. The AUTUMN TERM WILL BEGIN on FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 13th. Pesident Pupils assemble on the 12th. 7200 HARROW^HOUSE^SIGH SCHOOL, JH. ROATH, CARDIFF.—Principals, the Misses MARKS, assisted by an efficient staff of Resident and Visiting Teachers. Thorough education, careful moral training, home comforts, personal supervision; moderate inclusive fees large airy house, with good tennis lawn attached. 13343 AUTUMN TERM. SEPTEMBER 14th. 7347 KENSINGTON HOUSE, WINDSOR-PLACE, CARDIFF BOARDING AND DAY SCHOOL FOR GIRLS. PRINCIPALS: The Misses HARVEY. 1116 The Autumn Term will Commence 19h September. SCHOOL If OR YOUNG LADIES, K3 8, CLARE-GARDENS, RIVERSIDE. Principal: Miss PINCOTT. STUDIES to be RESUMED AUGUST 2bth, 1889. Pupils prepared for local Examinations in Music. Private lessons given in Music, indudi the Organ. 5 ONKTON HOUSE SCHOOL, TRE- DEGARVILLE, CARDIFF. PRINCIPAL H. SHEWBROOKS, B.A. Pupils prepared for the Universities, the University Local, Civil Service, and other Examinations. The NEXT TERM WILL COMMENCE THURS- DAY, SEPTKMBER 12th, 1889. Prospectuses may be obtained from Mr William Lewis, Duke-street, Cardiff, up to September 9th, after that date from the Principal. 440 ANCING, PHYSICAL EXERCISES, —The Misses EVANS beg to announce that they will resume their Classes in October in Cardiff, Penarth, Newport, and neighbourhood. Arrangements made with high-class Schools for the ensuing Term. -Medellin House. Roath, Cardiff. 283 OARDING and DAY-SCHOOL for GIRLS, 7, WESTBOURNE-CliESCENT, CAR- DIFF. Principal, Miss HIBBS, Cert. R.A.M. with Honours. Boarders receive all home comforts under the care of Mrs Hibbs. 22 PENARTH. IVY TOR^ WESTBOURNE-ROAD, -M- PENARTH. SCHOOLS FOU GIRLS. PRINCIPALS—MRS and Mb:5 WHITE. THE NEXT TERM WILL COMMENCE ON SEP- TEMBER 17TH. Application by letter until September 10th. 7543 PREPARATORY BOARDING AND DAY SCHOOL for BOYS. HASLAND HOUSE, VICTORIA-ROAD, PENARTH.—Mr JOSEPH LUGG having removed from Westbourne-road to more com- modious premises, WILL (D.V.) RE-OPEN 17th SEPT., at the above address. 947 OOWBRIDGE. QREAT 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 Fees from entrance. 1024 7835 The Next Term will commence September 18th. MAESY CWMMEK. THE SOUTH WALES SCHOOL FOR GIRLS, SUMMERFIELD HALL, MAESYCWMMER, CARDIFF. PRINCIPAI Mrs NICHOIXS, 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 600 certificates, over 1100 dis- "tinctipns, 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 and Art (London). A bronze medal from 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 12 subjects, iu- 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 Scholarships, and £100 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, 10s 6d. One of the best schools in the country."—Vide Press. 13790 6458 CHEPSTOW. MAUR COLLEGE, CHEPSTOW.— PRINCIPALS—The MISSES THOMAS. Highest references. Great success in Examinations. Vacancies for Boarders at moderate and inclusive terms. AUTUMN SESSION September 19th. 597 CHEPSTOW SCHOOL, HIGFLTTREES. —Eleven University and Government Certificates just received. First and Second Classes. Fine Resi- ¡ dence. Home Comfort. Sports. Limited to 40 boys. Inquire. Principal, G. Dewdney, B.A. Second, G. Bryant, B.A. 47b TENBY. rjlENBY. — GREENHILL SCHOOL. Beautiful residence. Large grounds, near the sea. Admirably adapted in every way for delicate boys or toys whose parents are in India or the Colonies. Collegiate or commercial education. Established 20 years. References to Distinguished Men, Parents, and "Old Boys." 1 PRINCIPAL: H GOWARD, M.A. LL.B., Honour alld Prize-man (London). 214 j BRISTOL. j X ONG ASHTON SCHOOL, NEAR LU BRISTOL. For Prospectus and Notice of School Exhibitions, j apply to the Head Master, 7192 W. J. KEMPE, M.A. I BARNSTAPLE. ST, MARGARET'S, BARNSTAPLE.— k_7 FIRST-CLASS EDUCATION for GIRLS. Every ¡ home comfort. Trained Certificated Teachers. Terms moderate. Misses Boactan and Railing, 75Q I (gimcatioiu BRECON. CHRIST COLLEGE, BRECON. CHAIRMAN OF THE GOVERNING BODY, THE LORD BISHOP OF ST. DAVID'S. HEAD-MASTER.—REV. D. LEWIS LLOYD, M.A., Formerly Head-Master of Friar's School, Bangor. There are SEVEN ASSISTANT.MASTERS, all Graduates in High Honours at either Oxford or Cam- bridge. The College is beautifully situated in its own grounds on the banks of the Usk, and consists of Head-Masters, House, with a fine Chapel, Large Schoolroom, Library, Six Class-rooms, Chemical Laboratory, and Private Studies, drc., and near the main buildings are two Assistant-Masters' Houses and a Hostel, which is to be opened in September. There is a large and well-laid Cricket and Football Field close to the Buildings, and a Gymnasium. The spot is famous for its healthiness and for the beauty of its surroundings, and the Buildings are unrivalled in the Principality. The following is the List of Honours and Distinctions won by Pupils of the College since its resuscitation, ten years ago, under the present Head-Master 41 Scholarships and Exhibitions; of these 15 are Classical Scholarships ot JE80 a year, 8 First Classes. 20 Second Classes. 16 Third Classes. One Indian Civil Service (the only one from Wales). One Admission into Woolwich (the only one from Wales). Several Admissions into Sandhurst and Army. 74 Higher Certificates from the Oxford and Cam. bridge Schools Examination Board. Several London University Matriculations. Numerous Passes for Law, Medical Preliminary Examinations, and for Engineering and Commercial Pursuits (Banking, &c.). During the last 18 months Nine Scholarships and Exhibitions have been gained, of which Five are Classical Scholarships of S80 a year One Science, the Powys Exhibition, Middlesex Hospital (SIM). &c. For terms and Fuller Particulars apply to the Head Master.. 6988 CHRIST COLLGEJ BREOON, The HOSTEL-a New Boarding-house in the Ground. limited to SO Boys—will be OPENED in SEPTEMBER NEXT. Fees Board and Tuition, £3b ICs a year. ApplyTO Head Master. 6989 QHRIST COLLEGE, BRECON. SCHOLARSHIP EXAMINATION. On TUESDAY, Sept. 24, an EXAMINATION will be held for Two St. David's Scholarships of B20 A year and for Four House Scholarships of S20 to S50 a year each. Apply to the Head Master. 6990 0HRIST COLLEGE, BRECON. TWO DAVID EVANS' SCHOLARSHIPS (given by David Evans, Esq., Old Bank, Brecon), of the annual value of £50, WILL BE OFFERED FOR COM- PETITION September 25th. Open to natives of Breconshire and Glamorganshire. Age. 14—17. Apply to Head Master. 7440 LLANDOVERY. THE COLLEG LLANDOVERY, WARDEN, Rev OWEN EVANS,*M.A.. First Class Honours (Science), Oxford. There are TEN ASSISTANT MASTERS (the same as last term), all graduates of Oxford and Cambridge, five with first class honours in Classics, Mathematics, and Science, and two Fellows of Colleges. Seven class-rooms, library, reading-room, che mical laboratory, nine private studies, gymnasiums, three fives courts, cricket and football Selds, sick wards, detached sanatorium. The neighbourhood is singu- larly healthy. There has never yet been any epidemic in the school. FRENCH a regular Form subject. WELSH for aU Welsh-speaking boys. MODERN SIDE in two sets—(1) GERMAN, (2) I SCIENCE (PHYSICS. MECHANICS, THEORETI- CAL and PRACTICAL CHEMISTRY), DRAWING. BOOKKEEPING. SHORTHAND, PIANOFORTE, VIOLIN. SPECIAL CLASS for LONDON MATRICULA- TION. Eight boys passed during the last two years. PRIVATE TUITION for.all Preliminaries for Banks and Engineering. During the last ten years 51 SCHOLARSHIPS and EXHIBITIONS have been won by the school. Of these 24 are open at Oxford and Cambridge,4 being at Ballioi College, Oxford. In one year (1888) Llandovery gained 9 scholarships and exhibitions at Oxtord and Cambridge, five of them OptjD, In the sa.me yr Llandovery RAINED 29 Certia- cates (the highest number ever gained by a \Velb school, namely, 16 Higher and 13 Lower), with 7 01S- tinctions, and 28 First Clas3 from the Oxford and Cam- bridge School Examination Board. In number ot Higher Certificates only one school of its size stood above it. In 1887 Lower Certificate Examination, Llandovery boys stood first and third in all England in number 01 First Classes. Last term 126 boarders in four boarding-houses. Next term, owing to increase in number of boarders, a fifth boarding-house will be opened. Boys attend place of worship selected by parents. For particulars apply to the Warden. LLANDOVERY SCHOLARSHIPS. NEXT JANUARY over 43 SCHOLARSHIPS, ranging from S50 downwards, worth £6:10 a year, will be offered for competition, graded according to age. A certain number of these will be confined to oys entering next SEPTEMBER and next JANUARY. Syllabus of subjects may be obtained. There is no religious restriction attached to any Scholarship. Two leaving exhibitions for Oxford. For particulars apply to THE WARDEN. LLANDOVERY- SCHOLARSHIPS. Three additional ENTRANCE HOUSE SCHOLAR- SHIPS, two of E15 each and one of SIO. are offered for competitition on the 25th of SEPTEMBER to all boys desirous of admission to the School next term. For particulars apply to THE WARDEN. 7498 HEREFORD. L^PEREFORD COUNTY COLLEGE. Chairman The Hon. and Very Rev. the Dean of HEREFORD Head Master The Rev. C. F. MULLER, M.A. PREPARATION FOR THE UNIVERSITIES, PROFESSIONS, LOCAL EXAMINATIONS, BUSINESS. CLASSICAL and MODERN SIDES. JUNIOR DEPARTMENT for Boys under nine. SHORTHAND CLASSES, Extensive New Buildings, in high aD neaitny situation, with Chapel, Laboratory, Cubicled Dor- mitories, Sanatorium, <fcc. T Among recent successes — In Cambridge Aiocai Examinations, 1888, of all Scbools in England FIRST in RELIGIOUS KNOWLEDGE. FIRST in FRENCH. SECOND in GREEK. FIFTH in LATIN. Inclusive Fees for Boarders, :£36 per annum. in Preparatory Department S28 per annum. The NEXT TERM will COMMENCE on SATUR- DAY, SEPT. 28th. 7468 EREFORD LADIES' COLLEGE -LL COMPANY. LIMITED. (which combines the educationol advantages of a tlign School with the comforts and training of a Home). LADY PRINCIPAL: Miss CUST, assisted by an Able Staff of Resident English and French Teachers and Visiting Masters. T Pupils prepared for the Oxford and Cambridge, Local. COLLET of Preceptors, and other examinations. The Domestic Arrangements are undertbelmmedlate supervision of the Lady Principal, and are calculated to promote the health and comfort of the pupus. Terms for boarders under 12 years of age, 25 guineas per annum; ditto above 12 years of age, 30 guineas per annum. Further information and prospectuses may be ob- tained from the Lady Principal, Hereford or from the Secretary, Mr Maddison, Ledbury. 1087 ABERG A VENNY. ABERGAVENNY GRAMMAR SCHOOL. Boarders received by the Head Master. Healthy Locality. Comfortable Home. Thorough Education. All Candidates passed last Cambridge Local Examina- tion in Honours. Special distinctions in Latin A^ID Mathematics. NO failure for seven years past. 669 MILFORD HOUSE SCHOOL. — Princi- .lf pal, Mra YATES; assisted by English and Foreign Governesses. High-class education on very moderate terms. During the year ending July, 1889, 27 certificates were gained by pupils of this school at examinations held by the College of Preceptors, Royal Academy of Music, National Society of Professional Musicians, and South Kensington School of Art, the majority being in the higher divisions, with distinc- tions. NEXT TERM DAY, THURSDAY, SEPT. 19th, 1889. 103 NEATH, 1VTEATH.—PROPRIETARY SCHOOL. -i-i Higher Education.—Application for terms, &c., to Archdeacon of Llandaff, or Headmasten^Neatn^^IlIS CARMARTHEN. QUEEN ELIZABETH GRAMMAR SCHOOL, CARMARTHEN. NEXT TERM BEGINS on SATURDAY, September 28th, 1889. THREK SCHOLARSHIPS (House), two vacated by boys entering Oxford) value £20. £15, and B10 respec- tively, offered for conmetition on Friday, September 27th.—Apply to Head Master for list of subjects. List of Honours for last year includes Six Higher and Lower Certificates, One Open Science Scholarship (Cambridge), Two Exhibitions at Oxford, Medalist and Two Proxime Accessit for Medal (Edinburgh Umver- sity, Prox. Ace. Powis Exhibition, Pass in London Matric., Exhibition (Lampeter); over 30 First and Second Classes, including one Queen s Pnze, Science and Art, S. Kensington. Special attention paid to Candidates for Medical Examinations. 7330 GLOUCESTER. EDUCATION.—Eighteen Guineas yearly JLJ for BOARD. Laundress; English, French, Latin, and Music Foreign Professor no extras cow kept.—References, Prospectus, View of Mansion and Grounds on application to Governess, 7, Alfred-place, Gloucester. Separare establishment for little boys. 349 "VTEATH AND DISTRICT ADVER- JLL TISING, BILL-POSTING, and CIRCULAR DISTRIBUTING COMPANY. Office: 13, Cattle- skeet, Neath. Best perlDanent P05t-s&ations in Town and neighbourhood. Contractors for all des- criptions of advertising, circular distributing, &c. Orders promptly attended to. All parcels to be dis tine fly addressed to T. EUuro Qavrkw, Neath. 1094 (f buration. LAMPETER. THE COLLEGE SCHOOL, LAMPETER. I HEADMASTER: KEy T. M. EVANS, B.A., and late Exhibitioner of King's College, Cambridge, and late Senior Scholar of St. David's College, Lampeter; as- sisted by three resident Masters. Graduates in high Honours in Classics, Mathematics, and Science at Lampeter and Oxford. 164 NEXT TERM BEGINS SEPTEMBER 12TH For Terms, Prospectus, List of Distinctions, &c., apply to Headmaster. TAUNTON. UEEN'S COLLEGE, TAUNTON. CHAIRMAN L. WILLIAMS, Esq., J,P., Cardiff. HEAD MASTER :— T DARLINGTON, Esq., M. A., Fellow of St. John's, Cambridge, etc. SEPARATE JUNIOR SCHOOL. FEES MODERATE. Modem Public School. Scholarships. AU l'UMN TERM COMMENCES SEPTEMBER 17TH. Apply Head Master. 7046 pttblxr appointrrtfiirts. CARDIFF UNION. ELY SCHOOLS. GARDENER WANTED. The Board of Guardians will, at their meeting September. 18S9, APPOINT an INDUSTRIAL TRAINER in GARDENING at their Schools at Ely, near Cardiff. The duties of the officer will be to cultivate the Garden, which is devoted to vegetables only, instruct assist the boys in practical gardening and field work, and make himself generally useful about the premises, under the direction of the Guardians and the Master. '9^ndidates must be single, or widowers without cniiaren, and possess a competent knowledge of garaoQin g. Salary £ 40 a year, with board, lodging, and washing, forms of application must be obtained from me, and returned not later than Monday, 2nd September, 1889. By order, n ARTHUR J. HARRIS. Clerk. queen's Chambers, Cardiff, 12th August, 1889. [7448 pONTYPRIDD UNION. APPOINTMENT OF NEEDLEWOMAN. 1 T?e ^^fdians of this Union will, at a Meeting to be .on the 4th September next, proceed to the appointment of a person to fill the office of Needle- woman at the Workhouse at a salary of Elb per annum, witti rations, washing, and apartments. candidates must be single or widows without encumbrance. The Person appointed must understand cutting out and be able to work a machine, and will be required to make herself generally useful to the Matron. Applications, in candidates' handwrighting, stating age and experience, accompanied by recent testi- monials, to be sent to me by Mondayt the 26th August. E- c. SPICKETT, Clerk to the Guardians. Pontypridd- 14th August, 1889. 7sai fffettftgrs anZt Contracts. TO BUILDERS, • T^e GUARDIANS of the CARDIFF UNION invite^ TENDERS for various REPAIRS at Ely scnoois, according to Specification to be seen at the TKn^ffices or Schools. Ane Master of the Schools will point out the pro- po^ed work to intending Contractors. lenaers to be sent to me at the undermentioned 183^ SS DOt later than 6 P-m- on Friday, 30th August, The Board do not bind themselves to accept the lowest or any tender. By Order, ARTHUR J. HARRIS, Clerk. union Offices, Queen's Chambers, Cardiff, 20th August, 1889. A BERPERGWM ESTATE. RT?are invited for the following works:— TnJ?^AY, with bridge over the river flt vT A and GIRDER BRIDGES to cross vL £ ^aiial public road INCLINE PLANE, and the ERECTION of an ENGINE HOUSE, boiler, stack, together with the fixing of the engine and boiler now on the ground. Tbe Plans and Specifications may be seen on and ri? 1 °f Angust at the Aberpergwm Estate C' „j *"neatk' ana any further information can be Newport WiUialn GraJlam. Son. and Hitchcox, to delivered, upon a form which will be "er than the 26th of AUGUST instant, lt, ,r^a,n S- Williams, Esq., Aberpergwm, near Neath, Tender63 n°fc himself to accept the lowest or any yewPcrt, Mon., 14th August, 1889. 7508 TO BUILDERS AND CONTRACTORS. are invited for the ERECTION of RniM- i ES at Blackwood, for the Blackwood Building Society. p. j?3, ar)d specifications may be inspected at the inst Arms Hotel, Blackwood, after the 20th tns^to* '^en^er3 to be sent in before Thursday, 29th The SECRETARY, 7591 Blackwood Building Club, Blackwood, Mon. T 0 B U I L (D E R S. Ctf E?5 £ RS are invitedToTthe ERECTION of TWO Pi VILLAS for Thos. Pritchard, Esq. i'lans and Specifications may be seen at Primrose rj,81 ?ear Quakers' Yard Station. ThT>Js ">e sent in not later than the 26th inst. to iTn"lt°hard, Esq., Primrose Villa, near Treharris, Th i 7535 ae 10west or any tender not necessarily accepted. IjmREE YEARS* gYSTEM THREE YEARS' SYSTEM pIANOFORTES BY BROADWOOD pIANOFORTES BY COLLARD. pIANOFORTES BY BRINSMEAD. pIANOFORTES BY NETJMEYEPV piANOFORTES BY KIRKMAN. piANOFORTES BY ERARD, AND ALL THE LEADING MAKERS FROM 10S. MONTHLY Until Paid for after which, and Without any Farther Charge whatever, the instrument becomea the Property of the Hirer fjraOMPSON AND gjHACKFLL,. LIMITED' QUEEN'S MUSIC WAREHOUSE, CARDIFF. rjlHOMPSON AND gHACKELL, LIMITED, 32, CASTLE-STREET, SWANSEA THOMPSON AND SHACKELL, LIMITED, 118, HIGH-STREET, MERTHYR; fJIHOMPSON AND SHACKELL LIMITED, 35, COMMERCIAL-STREET, NEWPORT; ALSO AT GLOUCESTER. PENARTH, AND PONTYPRIDD. THE rpHREE YEARS SYSTEM Was first introduced into South WaJes by THOMPSON AND SHACKELL upwards of twenty years ago, since which time many thousands of homes have been ren- dered happy by the possession of a Musical Instrument on such easy terms. The Monthly Payments are so low that there need b no house without a PIANO, AMERICAN ORGAN, OR HARMONIUM THOMPSON AND gHACKELL LIMITED, Are always pleasea to send Full Particulars, with Descriptive Pamphlet, Photographs of the Newest Styles, ac., free by post, on the application of any intending purchaser. DISCOUNT FOR CASH. The most liberai Discount is allowed to Cash Buyers and a large number of SECOND-HAND PIANOS are always in Stock to select from at about HALF PRICE. ESTEY ORGANS. Over 208,000 Sold. Unrivalled in Tone. Best in Quality. Beautiful in Model and Finish 10 be had of THOMPSON <fe SHACKELL, Limited, ESole Agents for South Wale*. STEY ORGAN COMPANY. The Largest Manufacturers of American Organs in the World. TESTES' ORGAN TUTOR. By KING -» A HALL. Price 2s 6d net; post free, 2s 10 £ <L 5854 THOMPSON AND SHACKELL LIMITED CARDIFF, SWANSEA, NEWPCRT, MERTHYR, GLOUCESTER, PENARTH, 1047 169e AND PONTYPRIDD. "1TTJQQR Suffering from Nervous Debility, Decline, ▼ FOR Exhausted Vitality, Brain and Kidney An W troubles, &c Certain cure by the im- proved French method. HOW TO ACT—ADVICE FREE. 6670—13800 Sealed Book sent for three stamps. I HOW TO ACT-ADVICE FREE. HOW TO ACT—ADVICE FREE. 6670—13800 Sealed Book sent for three stamps. I The lAllemand Afeacy, 76. Escnrsions. SPECIAL EXCURSIONS K? FROM CARDIFF (Wind, weather, and circumstances permitting.) PRmiv TO August 23 LYNMOUTH AND ILFRACOMBE. 7 VI A M Leave Cardiff, 7.30 a.m.; leave Ilfra- i.w a.m. Combe, 3.0 p.m. To SAuSS?24Y' I LYNMOUTH AND ILFRACOMBE. O m I Leave Cardiff. 8.1a a.m. leave Hfra- S-10 a.m. | combe. 4 0 p.m. Fares to Watcbet, 2s bd Minebead, 3s Ilfracombe. 5s 6d and is 6d. Tourist Tickets between Cardiff and Ilfracombe, Fore Deck, 4s ód After Deck, 6s avail- able for any trip during the Season.—BY ORDER. Bristol Channel Passenger Service, Limited, lOtI. Bute Docks, Cardiff. 6284-179 HALF-HOLIDAY EXCURSION~TO -JL ILFRACOMBE direct, WEDNESDAY, Aug 21st, by Earl of Dunraven or other Steamer (wind, weather, and other circumstances permitting). Leave Cardiff, 3.0 p.m. leave Ilfracombe, 8.0 p.m. Fares (to-and-fro). 2s and 2s 6d. b79 7588 SPECIAL EXCURSION. .SATURDAY TO MONDAY AT ILFRACOMBE AND TENBY, By LADY GWENDOLINE. See bifls and future advertisements. DAILY SERVICE between CARDIFF and WESTON by the Saloon Steamer LADY MARGARET. AUGUST. LEAVE CARDIFF LEAVE WESTON Wed. 21-11.0 aim., 1.15. ) Wed. 21—12^, 2.30, and and 3.30 p.m. 5.30 p.m. Thurs. 22-12.30, 2.60. and I Thurs. 22-1.40, 4.0, and 5.10 p.m. I 6.40 p.m. Fri. 23-7.15 a.m., 2.15and Fri. 23-LO. 3.50, and 7.30 5.0 P.M. p.m. For special thror.gh arrangements of Excursion Parties to Cheddar, W ell&, kc., or for hire of Passenger Steamers to any place in the Bristol Channel, apply to Edwards, Robertson and Co., 105, Bute Docks, Cardiff. 109—6llu LONDON AND NORTH-WESTERN RAILWAY. CHEAP 3, 4, 6. or 8-DAY EXCURSION TICKETS will be issued on FRIDAY NIGHT, August 23rd, to LONDON from Swansea, Llanelly, and Carmarthen lines; also Llandrindod and stations on the Vale of Towy and Central Wales. On FRIDAY NIGHT, August 23rd, Cheap 1 or 3-DAY TICKETS will be issued by Express Excursion Train to BLACKPOOL frcim Carmarthen. Abergwili, Nant- garedig, Llanarthney, Golden Grove, Llandilo, Llan- gadock, LI an wr da, Uandovery, Llanwrtyd, Builth Road, Llandrindod, Knighton, Swansea, Swansea Bay, Mumbles Road, Killay, Dunvant, Gowerton, Gorseinon, Llanelly, Bynea, Lluigennecb, Ponta.rdulais, Panty. ffynnon, Llandebie, and Derwydd Road. On SATURDAY MORNING, August 24th. CHEAP 1 or 3-DAY TICKETS will be issued by Express Excur- sion Trains to BLACKPOOL from Newport, Cwmbran, Pontnewydd, Pan tea, Pontypool Road, Tredegar, Sirhowy, Nantybwch, Merthyr, Cefn. Dowlais, Rhym- ney Bridge, Ebbw Vala, Beaufort, Brynmawr, Clydach, Gilwern, Govilon, Abersychan, Varteg, Blaenavon, Waenavon, Abergavenny, Abergavenny Junction, Hereford, Leominster, Wooferton, Ludlow, and Craven Arms. A FORTNIGHT IN IRELAND. On MONDAY, August 26th, 1889, Cheap 14 Days EXCURSION TICKETS will be issued to DUBLIN, via Chester and Holyhead, from Swansea, Llanelly, Carmarthen, Pontardula.is, Llandilo, Llandoverv, Builth-road, Knighton, Merthyr, Dowlais, Cardiff, Rhymney, Tredegar, Ebbw Vale, Blaenavon, Bryn- mawr, Newport, Ponfypool-road, Abergavenny, Here. ford, Leominster, Ten bury, Lttdiow, and Craven Arms. For times of running, times of return fares, &c., see small bills, which can be obtained at any of the stations named. For information respecting any of the above Excur- sions, apply to the Office" of Mr F. Smith, Swansea, or Mr J. iiishop, Abergavenny. G. FINDLAF, General; Manager. Euston, August, 1889. GUMMER TOURS IN* SCOTLAND. GLASGOW and the HIGHLANDS (Royal Route, vii Crinau and Caledonian Canals), The Royal Mail Steamers COLUMBA or IONA saii from GLASGOW DAILY at 7 a.m., from GREENOCK at 8.50 a.m., in connection with Express Trains from Cardiff and the South, conveying passengers for Oban, Fort William, Inverness, Lochawe, Skye, Gairloch, Stafia, Iona, Glencoe, Islay, Stornoway, &c OfficuU Guide, 3d; Illustrated, 6d and Is. Time bills, with map and fares, free by post from the owner, David Maobrayne, 119, Hope-street, Glasgow. 1.55-6084 iJ oUtS. ARE YOU GOING TO SWANSEA? If so, you will require BREAKFAST, DINNER, OR TEA. The best-fitted and managed is the ANGEL CAFE AND RESTAURANT, CORNER HIGH-STREET ARCADE. The Proprietor is R. E. JONES, > GRAND CAFE, DOCKS 6979 (LATE OF THE WASHINGTON, CARDIFF). MUMBLES. LANGLAND BAY HOTEL, MUMBLES. JLJ NEAR SWANSEA. This PICTURESQUE HOTEL, situate in one of the most charming spots in South Wales, commanding full views of the Channel, standing in its owu Private Grounds. IS NOW OPEN for the RECEPTION of VISITORS. SPLENDID BATHING, LAWN TENNIS. For tariff, carriages, &c., address 7205 THE MANAGER. 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 tne extensive Lincoln's Inn Gardens. THE CENTRAL HALL FOR WRITING, LOUNGING, SHOEING, &C., IS THE FINEST IN ENGLAND. Hydraulic Lifts. Electric Light. Artesian WeU Water. TARIFF on application to 7185 F. H. BREWER, MANAGER QRAND TLANTIC JZJOTEL, WESTON-SUPER-MARE. NOW OPEN. TARIFF BY POST ON APPICATION. TABLE D'HOTE, 7 P.M., 4s. DINNERS IN PRIVATE ROOMS MAY BE ORDERED BY TELEGRAM. OMNIBUS ATTENDS EVERY TRAIN. 7070 DINNERS, 7D. —BRISTOL.—WOOD'S, 21 and 22, Broadmead. Plain Tea, 3d; or Breakfast, Meat and Bread, 4d. 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ROOKE'S ORIENTAL PILLS Are sold in boxes &t 13id. and 4s. fed. each, by all Chemists and Patent Medicine Vendors, or direct from DR- R00* > SCARBOROUGH, ENGLAND. 1 13ubhc Amusements. CARI)IFF. rjlHEATRE ROYAL, CARDIFF. LESSEE AND MANAGER. „ Mr EDWARD FLETCHER ACTING MANAGER Mr JOHN SaURlDAN POWERFUL ATTRACTION. TO-NIGHT, WEDNESDAY. AUGUST 81st. CLARANCE HOLT AND HIS LONDON COMPANY In a Grand Revival of the ever-popular Drama, By PAUL MERRITT. r E ABYLON. NEW JJABYIX>N. T New Scenery, Dresses. and Effect* Special Scenes, Properties, and Illuminations. CLARANCE HOLT in his Original Character of FLOTSAM, played by him over 3,000 Nights. MONDAY NEXT, Aug 26th. First Appearance in Cardiff of the Great Tragedian, OSMOND TEARLE. Box Plan at Thompson and Shackell's, Limited. RAND THEATRE AND OPERA HOUSE, WES1 GATE-STREET, CARDIFF. Sole Lessee and Manager MR JAKES ELPHINSTONR. Acting Mannager MR ALFRED F. KLPHINSTONE. WEDNESDAY, Aug. 21st, and during the week. THE HIT OF THE SEASON. Special engagement of Rowe Guy's London Dramatic and Burlesque Company, including Miss Lottie King, the celebrated Sisters Albertine, and Mdlle. Riviore s world-renowned Ballet Troupe, who will appear nightly in an adaptation of Miss Braddon's charming novel "Joshua Haard: entitled LOVED AND LOST, and the new original Burlesque, THE PRETTY PERSIAN, or, HAVE YOU SEEN THE SHAH! ——— 7250 Box Plan at Thompson and Shackell's (Limited). COLONIAL HAL" INEW-SIRECT, CARDIFF. UNPRECEDENTED SUCCESS OF JOSEPH POOLE'S NEW MYRIORAMA Up to Date. IMPORTANT ADDITIONS. Engagement Extraordinary, at an Enormous Expense, of the .Ærial Sensation Flying Wonuer of the World. KENNETTE, The Shooting Star, From Barnum's Great American Show, All New and Startling Mechanical Effects (Patented). See his Lightning Descent and Leap from Ceiling to Floor. First Time in Cardiff of POOLE'S mirth-provoking absurdity, entitled—TEN MINUTES IN SHADOW* LAND, or a Visit to the Man in the Moon Poole's Mammoth Company of Star Artistes, Orchestral and Military Bands. Nightly at 8, Wednesdays and Saturdays at 3 and 8. Doors open at 2.30 and 7.15. Adwissioll-3S, 2s. Is, and 6d. Half-price at 9 o'clock. Tickets and Plag at Messrs Thompson and Shackell's Limited. _7291 D ARC'S GRAIND WAXWORKS, ST MARY-STREET, CARDIFF. Just added, LLFK-SIZE FIGURE and CORRECT LIKENESS OF 1 RS PLORENCE JYJTAYBRICK, Modelled by REYNOLDS, OF LIVERPOOL. Admission, 3a Children, 2d. 341 OUTE UNITED ROWING CLUB REGATTA WILL TAKE PLACE ON SATURDAY. AUGUST THE 31st, 1883. ON THE GLAMORGANSHIRE CANAL. 339 SWANSEA. L B E R T H A L L, JrjL CRADOCK-STREET, SWA»KA. GREAT, GLORIOUS, AND UNPRECEDENTED SUCCESS of the Original pEPPER'S GHOST SPECTRAL OPERA COMPANY. On account of Hundreds being turned away Nightlft the Management have decided to remai Open SIX NIGHTS LONGER, But Must Positively CLOSE SATURDAY NEXT, AU3UST 24TH, No Matter How Great the Success. Great Change of Programme. WEDNESDAY (first time here), SATANELtA or, Love's Young Power. The most startling and wonderful production evet witnessed The Music is exquisitely beautiful. The Illusory portion of the En certain ment is perfect. Nothing ever seen like it before. THURSDAY. FRIDAY, and SATURDAY, 17NCLE TOM'S CABIN or the Horrors of Slavery. Introducing the most pathetic of Quaint Old Hymns, Negro Melodies. Plantation Dances, etc.. the Deathbea of Eva, and Beautiful Flight of Angels. First Appearance of the tielebrat-ed Tenor, MR JOSEPH M. FEILEY. Late of Carl Rosa s Opera Company. Concluding each evening with Concert and Farce. Prices as usual. Open at 7.30 Commence at 8. 7430 Mr FRED. SMITH, iVlarager POSITIVELY CLOSE SATURDAY NEXT, August 24 TENBY. ENBY CYCLE CLUB. — ANNUAL SPORTS, AUGUST 2lst. under A.A.A. aud N.C.U. Laws. Nine open events. Prizes value £ i, guaranteed. Entries close 14th inst. Cheeap railway fares. Prospectuses from Georce Ewart Ace, Hon. Sec. PENTRE. ENTRE YOLUNTEER SPORTS, JL SEPTEMBER 2nd. 1889 Open Events—13b yards, E 12 440 yards, Cb 10s One Mile, £ s 10s Two Miles Walking, £ 4 5s High Jump, Sl 10s Ont-and- half Mile Trotting, C8 10s Timbering, ES 10s &c., Ac—For entry forms apply Griffin Hotel, Pencre Rhondda. 7bbb Dubtications. PORTRAIT OF MR W ABRAHAM, JL M.P. (MABON)., 2s 6d and its. AGENTS WANTED EVERYWHERE. LIZEAU TERMS. BEYNON, PUBLISHER, CHELTENHAM. a8 To the Young men of England who suffer from Nervous Debility, Just Published, THE CONFESSIONS AND EXPERI- ENCE OF AN INVALID, Designed as a WarnAng and a Caution to others sup plying at the same time the means of SELF-CURE, b, one who has cured himself, after undergoing the usual amount of Medicsd Imposition and Quackerv. 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