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J -88t' CARDIFF. (FlUttfrftOli. DR PARRY begs to inform hia Pupils and the General Public that he RESUMES LESSONS AT BEETHOVEN CHAMBERS, 2, NEWPORT-ROAD, CARDIFF. Also at his Private Residence, CARTREF, PLYMOUTH-ROAI.\ PENARTH, ON MONDAY, JANUARY 6TH, 1890. Subjects taught and fees may be had on application. THE COLLEGE CLASSES RESUMED 0$ST TUESDAY, THE 7TH. ( Elementary, Mondays, at 2.I50. Harmony •< Intermediate, Tuesdays, at 4. ( Advanced, Mondays, at 6.30. Fees. each class, £1 Is per annum. Musical Form, Thursdays, at 2.30 and 3.30.. Fees, £1 Is per annum. Theory and Sight Singing, Evening Class,Mondays, 7.30. 1123 Ib, per anuum. THE CARDIFF COLLEGE SCHOOL. PRESIDENT. WILLIAM TAYLOU, M.D., J.P. HEADMASTER. WILLIAM JOHN GREENSTREET, M.A., St. John's College, Cambridge, Mathematical Tripos, 13:32; formerly Senior Mathematical Master and Vice- Principal of the Hull and East Riding College late Lecturer to the Cambridge University Extension Society at Hull. SECOND MASTER. F. HEMINGWAY, M.A, iater Scholar of Jesus College, Cambridge, Classical Tripos, 188i1; late Assistant Master, Surrey County School. ASSISTANT MASTERS. R. S. CRUMP, B.A., late Hastings Exhibitioner, Queen's College, Oxford, Honours in Classics and History. 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. SHORTHAND. R. S. CRUMP, B.A. MUSIC.. T. E. A YL WARD, Organist and Choir-ma-ster, St. Andrew's, Cardiff (for nine years Organist of Chichester Cathedral). The NEXT TERM COMMENCES on MONDAY, January from 9 to 1 ONLY for New Boys, and TUESDAY, January 21st, 1890, for Old Boys. For Prospectus and full piruculars apply to THE UKA DMA-TEH, THE COLLEUJi SCHOOL. PUMFKIES-PLACE, CARDIFF. 1284 ARROW HOUSE HIGH SCHOOL, ROATH. CARDIFF. PRINCIPALS—THE MISSES MARK, Assisted by competent teachers. Thorough education Dn modern principles. Boarders have home comforts and careful training. Pupils prepared for University, College of Preceptors, Itoyal Academy, amI other examinations. Ninety per cent, of candidates presen- ted successful. House well adapted to school purposes. Large recreation ground, perfect sanitary arrange- ments. Moderate inclusive fees. Spring Term, Jan. 21st. Boarders reassemble Jan. 20tb. 13985 1295 gjT. CATHERINE^ CARDIFF. A First-clas3 SCHOOL for GIRLS, with Kindergarten for Girls and Boys. PRINCIPAL. MISSTULLIS. The NEXT TERM will BEGIN on WEDNESDAY, January 22. J 399 1331 T. MARY'S HALL SCHOOL, PARK G HO V E. PRINCIPAL—ALEXANDER LOW. NEXT TERM will COMMENCE on JANUARY 15th. Pupils are prepared fur the University, Local, and College of Preceptors' Examinations. A special class will be furmed for the London Matriculation }xaminatíon. 1387 "7V/1IDDLE-CLASS SCHOOL FOR BOYS, «LtJL DERBY HOUSE, LLANDAFF-ROAD, CARDIFF. PRINCIPAL: Mr S. BOWMAN. Prospectus on application. ext term begins on Tuesday, January Hth, 1850. 1J80 EN S I N G T OITHO USE, WINDSOR-PLACE. CARDIFF, HOARDING AND DAY SCHOOL FOR GIRLS. PRINCIPALS-The Misses HARVEY. 706 The Spriug Term will Commence 22nd January. CARDIFF MIDDLE-CLASS SCHOOL (BOYS), SPRING HLLA, COWBRIDGE-ROAD (Near Sophia Gardens).—Principal: W. WILKES, B.A. (Lend.). Next Term commences TUESDAY, Jau. 21st, 1890, 742 PENARTH. HASLAND HOUSK, VICTORIA-ROAD Jt PENARTH.—Pieparatory Day and Boarding School for Boys. Re-opens Principal, Mr Joseph Lugg. Prospectus on application, 3f3 COWBRIDGK HEATH HOUSE, COWBRIDGE. — The Misses Llewellyn will Resume tl1elr School Duties nil JANUARY 15th. Pupils Piepared for Local Examinations. Terms moderate. 680 GREAT HOUSE SCHOOLFOR GIRLS. PRINCIPALS Mrs and the Misses CULVERWELL. Thorough preparation for C!Unbdd!{e. Oxford, Itoyal Academy of Music, and Trinity College examinations. Special attention is given to comfort, refinement, anl1 physical well-being. Terms moderate Fees from entrance. 1024 7833 School duties will be resumbd January 18th, 1890. O WBRIDGE SCHOOL HEADMASTER The Rev. W. F. EVANS, M.A., Jesus College, Oxford late Science and Senior Uouse .Master at Felsted School, Esex. SECOKD MASTER The Rev. T. READ, M.A., late Scholar of Exeter College, Oxford; lsc Class in Classical Moderations 2nd Class ill Classical Finals. MATHEMATICAL MASTER P. ARMSTRONG, B.A., te cholar of Jesus College, Oxford 2ud Class Mathematical Moderations 1st Class Mathematical finals. JUNIOR MASTER R. H. BIGG, B.A, St, John's College, Cambridge 3rd Class Classical Honours. The next term will commence Wednesday. January nd. For Prospectus, etc., apply to tue Head- vaster. 536 NEATH. "VTEATH. —PROPRIETARY SCHOOL. J3I Centre for Cambridge Locals. Matriculation Class. Xrchdeacon of Llandatf, Chairman of Governors. 1118 MAESY C WMMER. THE SOUTH WALES SCHOOL FOR GIRLS, SUMMERFIELD HALL, MAESYCWMMER, NEAR In union with Trinity College (London), College of Preceptors, Royal Academy of Music, and the South Kensington Science and Art Department. A School Iot the Times." Good, Cheap, and Comfortable Vide Press. Principal-Mrs R. H. JONES, Certificated First Class (Government), Advanced Ait Certificate (South Kensington)—Drawing and Painting. Assisted by a Highly-accomplished and Etticient btaff of Teachers, including a London University First B.A. Conversational French — Madame DAN ISAAC DA VIES, nee MIRAULT. PATRONS— Bight Honourable Lord Tredegar, Tredegar Part Colonel Hon. F. C. Morgan, M.P.. ltuperra Castle Sir Ueorge Walker, Bart., Castleton Alfred Thomas, Esq., M.P., Cardiff Sir W. T. Lewis. Aberdare, &c., &c. Examinations for the year Trinity College, the College of Preceptors, boutu Kensington Science and Art Department, Royal Academy of Music, and the Oxford and Cambridge Locals. A Special Class formed for Ex-Pupil Teachers and others preparing for the Queen's Scholarship and Certificate Examinations, conducted by Mr it. H. Jones, late Inspector of Schools. The Girls of this School have been exceedingly suc- cessful in all past Examinations, and, probably, for be last ten years more Certificates and Distinctions have been awarded to Pupils from this School than to those from any other in South Wales or the West of England. Parents are invited to try the School and to judge for themselves of its merits. They are also particularly requested to observe that a good and comfortable home is provided for their Girls, situated amongst some of the most beautiful scenery in South Wales, the ashment standing in its own grounds of over 15 acres. The House is large and well ventilated, protected bom north and east winds j and the Schoolrooms are clean and attractive. -J^e Sauitary Arrangements are perfect, and a good •able is kept; and since the opening of the school the have invariably enjoyed good health. 1259 terms, references, dee., apply to the Principal. ^tQuarter commences JANUAHY 2Uth, 189J -=- HEREFORD. ffEREFQRp LADIES' COLLEGE (which LIMITED. School with the po e?ucauoi:ol advantages of a High LADY PRINCIPAL •A1<Jrts^!l,'ins OF, A HomeA, Stall of Resident IWH*?, assisted by an Able Visiting Masters. K a"a French leachers and Pupil prepa.rell for the Oxi' College of Pieceana othda"dCaMbridKe' Local. The Domestic Arra.ngemellts r exammatlos.. supervision of the Lady Princi^,e wider the immediate to promote the health and comr0^? are calculated letms for boarders under 12 year PuPll:3- oer annum ditto above 12 years o? a°* ag £ 20 "umeas Sinnum. 8e'150 guineas per ^Further information and prospectuses u tamed from the Lady Principal, Hereford • 0 Secretary. Mr Maddison, Ledbury. or "r0'j^a -=:: -# ABERGAVENNY. ABERGAV-NÑY GHAMMAR UOAnnRn :SCHOOL. H^thy aSutv the HBAD T.ASTEa education All Comfortable home. Ihorough Local Examin-LtiCandidate* presented for Cambridge StotinctS^tat,?L-1888. Passed in Honours Special SCHOOLT-Prinoi- ■foreign governesses. 5^?' assisted by English and moderate terms. DuHn™ IJ5l3'c as education oil very 27 certificates were gainful," .}ear ending July,-1889, at examinations held bv tu ,1 Pupils of this school Koyal Academy of Music of Preceptors, sional Musicians, and South ir!° y°c'ety of Profes- the majority being in the hitrhf,nf,Rt"" School of Art, lions Vacancy for an articled r>il«V-iSl05? wittl distinc- Thursday, Jan. 23rd, 18S0. Ppi1' Nexc term day, 3303 PONTYPfilDD. ONTYPRIDD HIGH — This SCHOOL will RE-OPEN January 6th, 1890. cn Monday, WALTER HOGG, PONTYPRIDD ACADEMY, MORGAN" STREET.—E. DUNMORE EUWAHDs w J Master. Preparation for Examinations at 'a moderato cosc. TERM COMMENCES JtONniV January CLIFTON. RIGHTON HOUSE SCHOOL FOR BOYS, REDLAND PARlr, CLIFTON (NEAR THE DOWNS). There will be a few VACANCIES for January 21st. A FOURTH LARGE HOUSE has just been added to the premises. Terms moderate and inciusive.-Ful1 particulars on application to the Head Master, 1898 Mr CHARLES BIGG. æbutafian. SWANSEA. SWANSEA (ARNOLD) COLLEGE, K3 WOODLANDS, SWANSE A.—Thorough prepara- tion for all Exammations. Excellent premises, built expressly for Scholastic purposes.—For prospectus, &c., apply Principals. 1271 PONTARDAWE. PONTARDAWE COLLEGIATE JL SCHOOL.—PUPILS successfully prepared for all Examinations. Terms moderate. DUTIES RESUMED TUESDAY. January 2lst, 1880. 134 ABERAVON. BERAYON ACADEMY, ABERA VON, POHT TALBOT. PRINCIPAL KEY T. RICHARDS. Preparation for College, Professional, and Com- mercial Examinations. DUTIES RESUMED JANUARY 6TH, 1890. REFEREES :E. Phillips, Esq., Mayor, Aberavon; Alderman R. Jenkins, J.P., Bryn-hyfryd Revs. James Owen, Mount Pleasant, Swansea President Edwards, B.A., Baptist College, Pontypool. 1381 GELLIGAER. GLLIGAE CARDIFF. LEWIS'S ENDOWED SCHOOL. Chairman of Governors < CHAS. H. JAMES, Esq., Merthyr. Head Master ROGER W. JONES, B.A. i7??T '• Teacher's Diploma. Assistant Masters J, T. MILLETT, B.Sc. WM. PRICE, London University. Mathematical Master, D, J, EVANS, 1st B.Sc. FEES-Tuition, Boys under 13, S2 a year. Tuition, Boys over 13, £3 a year. Boarding, £25 a year. Boys prepared for Matriculation and Preliminary Professional Examinations. Spesial Scientific and Ccmmercial courses. Ail Boys learn Shorthand, Chemical add Physical Laboratory. Gymnasium, Cricket, Fives Courts, &c. Next Quarter begins on Tuesday, 14th January, 1890. For prospectus, &c., apply to the Head Master as above. 37q BRECON. CHHIST COLLEGE, BRECON. CHAIRMAN OP THE GOVERNING BODY THIS LORD BISHOP OF ST. DAVID'S. HFADMASIER: HEV. D. LEWIS LLOYD, M.A., Formerly Headmaster of Friar's School, Ban "or. There are Eight Assistant-Masters, .all Graduates in High Honours at either Oxford or Cambridge. The College is beautifully situated in its own grounds on the banks of the Usk, and consists of Headmaster's House, with a tine Chapl Large Schoolroom, Library, Six Class-room-, Chemical Laboratory, and Private Studies, &c., and near the main buildings are two Assistant-Masters' Houses and a Hostel, which is to be opened in September. There is a largo 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 Distinc- tions won by Pupils of the College since its resuscita- tion, ten years ago, under the present, Headmaster :— Forty-one Scholarships and Exhibitions of these 15 are Classical Scholarships of a year, 8 First Classes, 2L Second Clashes, 17 Third Classes one In. dian Civil Service (the only one from Wales), one Admission into Woolwich (the only one from Wales), Several Admissions into Sandhurst and Army, 9j Higher Certificates from the Oxford and Cambridge Schools' Examination Board, Several London Univer- sity Matriculations, Numerous Passes for Law, Medical Preliminary Examinations, and for Engineer- ing and Commercial Pursuits (Banking, &c.). During the last 18 months 10 Scholarships ami Exhibitions have been gained, of which Five are Classical Scholar- sh'ps of B80 a year One Science, the Powy" Ex- hibition, Middlesex Hospital (£100), &c. In the July Examination of the Oxford and Cam- bridge Schools' Examination, 31 Certificates were gained, the highest ever gained by a Welsh School. Next Term will begin January ¿1st, 1890. Apply to Headmaster. 0HRIST COLLEGE, BRECON. HOSTEL, BOARD, and 10s a YEAR (Limited to 30 boys). Names are now received by the Headmaster. 1286 LLANDOVERY. LANDOWUI7 COLLEGE SCHOLAR. JU SUlPS. FORTY-THREE SCHOLARSHIPS, OF THE TOTAL VALUE OF OVER £600, ranging from £50 to S8 8s, and graded into three groups according to agea. Boys over 16. B. Boys between 14 and 16 and C. Boy under 14 will be offered for Competition on Wednesday, January 15th, 1890.—For Syliabus apply to 1320 THE WARDE, The College, Llandovery. NEWPORT. JYJ'EWPORT COLLEGIATE SCHOOL. PRINCIPAL G. BURGESS HUGHES, M.A. Boys are prepared for University and other Examina- tions, and also for Husiness IifoJ. There are a few Vacancies for Boarders. NEXT TERM TUESDAY, JANUARY 21. For Prospectus, &c., apply to the Principal. 213 GLOUCESTER. GRAMMAR SCHOOL, FRIARS' J ORCHARD, GLOUCESTER. The NEW BUILDINGS stand in about four acles of ground, and include a largo Assembly-room, separate Classrooms, a Chemical Laboratory, and a Science and Art Lecture-room. A portion of the building and playground is set apart for the Junior Boy. v Boys are prepared for the Universities, the Cam. bridge Local Examinations, and for Professional and Commercial Life. Boarders are received by the Head Master anet the liead Master's Assistant on very moderate terms. For Recent Successes and Prospectus apply to the Master. 1294 BRISTOL. rpHE COLSTON SCHOOL, X STAPLETON. NEAR BRISTOL. FOUNDED, A D. 17C8. The Governers admit a limited number of Boys from 10 to 15 yens of ag2 to this Elldowetl School on pay- ment of £ 31 per annum, for Tuition, Hooks, Board, and Clothing. No extras. The course is designed to impart a sound and useful Education, and Illcludes Latin, French, and Mathematics. There will be a few vacancies to fill up at the beginning of next term. Apply to GEORGE H. POPE, Treasurer of the Society of Merchant Venturers, Bristol. 9737 HANHAM COURT SCHOOL, N.N. NEAR BRISTOL. —Boys prepared for the Public Schools, a Professional or Business Career. Terms Moderate and Inclusive. For prospectus apply to Mr HENRY DYKE, Hanham Court, Gloucestershire. 283 SALOP. KEFINED HOME SCHOOL FOR GIRLS. Liberal Education and Diet, Bracing Air, Nice Grounds, Resident Certificated and Foreign Gover- nesses. Boarders limited. French and German spoken. to clergy. Term, Jan. 20;li.—Miss ARROW- &MHH, Baschurch. Salop. 723 THE CAlrTYBROOK JJPvICK CO., T TD., JJRISTOL. OFFICES BALDVVIN-STRE ET. (ERNEST E. STREET, C.E. Managing Director.) DARK RRD TERRA COTTA. LIGHT RED TERRA COTTA. BUFF TERRA COTTA. RED FACING BRICKS. BUFF FACING BRICKS. BLUE FACING BRICKS. 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All who wish to avail themselves of this Grand Opportunity would do well to pay us a visi, as early as possible. (No expenses allowed). Experienced Packers employed, and all goods are put free on Rail same day as bought. F. ASSAM & CO., F. UNGER & CO., RAIMUND, KNOSPEL, AND SOHUE. | AGENT J. R. ROGERS, MANUFACTURERS' AGENT, CARDIFB1. 659 H91 g ED AD WHAT PRICE INFLUENZA t 100 TO 1 I DON'T GET IT I I'M WEARING TYLER'S PURE WOOL SANITY CLOTHING, MAESLLYN MILLS, 13607 3496 LLANDYSSIL. IMPORTANT.-One Box of Horton'sLX.L. JL Pills are guaranteed to cure all private cases and m. uiications of the urinary organs, whether acquired or otherwise. Also Gravel and Pains in the Back. Free from Mercury. Post free for 4s from G. D. Horton, 1\1.1>:3. (from the General Hospital), Aston-road. Birmingham. Agents Caråiff-A. Hagou, Chemist, 59, Bridge-st. Swa.nsea.-Lloyd, Chemist, Oxfo.-d-st. Newport—Youn_r, Chemist, never been know" t, f j,il. letters answered fi-rt". Please name paper. 1393 INVALID MEN WHO ARE NEKVOUS AND DEPRESSED without joy for the present or hope for the future, and whose past is a regret, should send 3 stamps for the MAGIC MIRROU, and address WILKINSON AND Co., 4, Fitz. XNVALID MEN. alau-square, Sheffield. JL 13712 11L6 MESSRS W. H. SMITH and SON deliver the SOUTH WALKS DAILY :N1iWa at an early hour each Morning in all parts of the follow ng towns:— CARDIFF SWANSEA NEWPORT ROATH MEItTHYK PORTSKKWETT CAN ION ABERDARE PONTYPOOL ROAD BUlK DOCKS HEREFORD PEMBROKE DOCK BRIDGEND NEW MILKORD HAVERFORDWEST NE, ATII BRISTOL GLOUCESTER LLANELLY TENBY ABERYSTWYTH LAMPETER CARMARTHEN ABERGAVENNY The CARDIFF T1MJSS also delivered every Fi i ay to any address in the above mentioned Towns. ORUERS *o be sent to rne iVianai»er« ot the variou borstal l-^ jglLL-POSTING AT NEWPORT, MON. J. DE REBS. lHO COMMERCIAL-ROALD, NEWPORT BILL-POSTER and DELIVERER for TOWN and COUNTRY Rents all the principal Hoardings in f'" 'ro" (°" \Yurf. 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