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alt.5 JiLi Jmrtion. A I 'JON APPOINTATENTS. Messrs BRADLE\ and COOKE. Household ^rmture.at Car.htt^ October 19 23 Hotel Property, at ft^-Sept. Leasehold Properties, at Cardig Oct 26 Brewery, &c.. at (,ardiff Oct. I en.sehold Colliery, Plant, <tc L Mr JOHN DAVID. rive Stock, Ac., near Cowbridge Oct. 22 Mr W. GILL. Stock-in-Trade, Trade U t en sil &e., at Cardiff..Oct. 19 Messrs GOTIYVALIZ, BO YV RING and PERRY. Furniture and Effects, at Car(liff Oct 19 Dutch lower Bulbs, at Cardiff Oct. 20 OfficQ.I'uri ituro and Effects, at Salerooms Oct. 25 Wrought Iron Safes, nt Cardiff October 25 „ J. E. GUNN Horses. Omnibuses, etc at Cardiff Oct. 22 <fe 23 Sale of Property, at Penarth. — Messrs S- i! ERN and PERTYVEE. Properties and Building Land, at Cardiff Oct 29 tI„ Messrs 11. HILL and CO.« Household Furniture, &c.. at Swansea vPl il Household Furniture, at Swansea r Messrs J. M LEEDER & SON. Leasehold Property, at Swansea Messrs J. G. MADDOX wid SON. Furniture, at Salerooms, Duke-st,, Card,ff- October 20 Rose and Fruit Trees, at Garilift • • • • • • Mr MORGAN MORGAN. Cottage Property, at Cardiff DA-VIS and Coppice Woods, at Newport 27 Mineral Properties, :1 t I,ydney Oct. 31 «. i. t H>id Hotel, Newport, Mon..Oct. 31 "Kfc PABSOHs'* BOBJENT. C t actor's Plant, at Nèwpùrt. .O;:t. 29 on r MR ALFltEI> PHILLIPS. <>*0?$: 'POWILL. Dorlipree Stock, atRhos Farm, near Llanelly..Oct. 19 Keaigree Mr w ,T rbi^. Freehold Farms, &c, at Bridgend Oct. 20 Messrs W. SANDERS and SONS. Houses, at Canton Oct 26 Messrs S'lEPHENSON and ALEXANDER. Hay, Wheat, Oats, &c.. at Cowbridge Oct 19 Freehold Property, at The Mart, Cardiff.Oct. 27 I.and, at The Mart. Cardiff Oct. 27 Dwelling Houses, at, The Mart, Cardiff Oct 27 Life Policy, At The Mart, Cardiff Oct. 27 Shop and Premises, at The Mart, Cardiff Oct. 27 Leasehold Residence, at Cardiff Oct. ?0 Leasehold Shop, etc., at Cardiff Oct. 30 Brewery, etc.. at Swansea Nov. 1 The Blackgrove Colliery, at Cardiff Nov. 3 Stock, Crops, and Impiementts, at YVenvoe Nov. S Messrs STRAKER and SON. Freehold Properties, at Abergavenny Oct 23 Properties, at Abergavenny Oct. 30 Mr JOHN THOMAS. Contractor's Plant Horses, Ac., at Pontypool.. Oct. 23 Messrs WEBBEl and WILKINSON. Superior Furniture, at Cardiff October 22 Residential Villas, at Cardiff Oct. 23 .-a BY ORDER OF THE MORTGAGEES. IMPORTANT SALE OF LEASEHOLD PROPERTIES. BRIDGEND-STREET AND PORTMANMOOR- lWAD, CARDIFF, AND AT BARRY DOCK. MESSRS W. C. CLARKE & DOVEY have received instructions to SELL by AUC- nON, at The M$rt, Bank-buildings, St. Mary-street, Cardiff, on FRIDAY, the 26th October, 1894, at 7 p.m., the undermentioned LEASEHOLD PROPERTIES :— LOT L.-SHOP at the corner of Bridgend-street and Portmanmoor-road, held under Lease from the Marquis of Bute for a term of 99 years from the 29th of Septem- ber, 1889, at an annual Ground Rent, of £ 4. This pro- perty is let to Messrs William and Henry Thomas at a vent of 17s per week, and comprises shop, two living rooms, five bedrooms, kitchen, scullery, bath-room (hot and cold water), w.c., and cellar. LOT 2.—SIX HOUSES, situate in Bridgend-street, East Moors, Cardiff, and numbered 20, 22, 24, 26, 28, and 30 respectively, and held under Lease from the Marquis of Bute for a term of 99 years from September 49th, 1890, at the respective annual ground rents of J23 Is 4d each, except No. 20, which is;C3 6s. These Houses are all let to respectable tenants at as per week. Each house contains two sitting- rooms, 3 bedrooms, kitchen, bathroom, and scul- lery (hot and cold water). There is a stable attached to No. 20, at present unlet. LOT 3.-TWO HOUSES, situate in Bridgend-street, and numbered 32 and 34, and held under lease from the Marquis of Bute for a term of 99 years from the 29th September, 1890, at the respective annual ground rent of B5 Is 4d each, and let at 8s per week each. LOT 4.—No. 36, BRIDG END-STItEET, held for a similar term at a similar ground rent, and let at 8s per week. LOT 5—THREE HOUSES situate in Bridgend- stieet, Nos. 38, 40, and 42, held under lease from the Marquis of Rute for a term of 99 years from the 29th September, 1890, at the annual ground rent of S3 Is 4d sach, and let at 8s per week each. LOT 6.-SIX HOUSES situate in Bridgend-street, Nos. 44, 46, 48, 50, 52, and 54, held under the same lease as Lot 5, at the same ground rent. These houses are let at 8spei -week each. LOT 7.—All that LEASEHOLD SHOP and DYVELL- ING-HOUSE, being No. 127, Portmanmoor-road, held under lease from the Marquis of Bute for a term of 99 years from the 29th of September, 1889, at an annual ground rent of £4. This property is let on lease for ijoven years to James Smith, at a rent of 16s per week, and comprises shop, kitchen, scullery, sitting-room, and five bedrooms. LOT 8.—All that LEASEHOLD SHOP and DYVELL- ING-HOUSE, being No. 129, Portmanmoor-road, held under a similar term lease at an annual ground rent of £317s bd. This property is at present vacant, but will readily let at 12s per week. LOT -that similar Lot, being No. 131, Port- manmoor-road, held under a similar lease upon like terms. This property is let to James Glyde on a weekly tenancy at the rate of 10s per week. LOT JO.-All that similar Lot, being No. 135, Port- manmoor-road, held under a lease upon similar terms. This shop is let to Mr Jenkins, butcher, on a weekly tenancy, at 10s per week. LOT ii.-All that similar Lot, being No. 135 Port. manmoor-road, held under a lease upon similar terms. At present vacant. LOT 12.-All that similar Lot, being No. 137, Port- manmoor-road, held under a lease upon similar terms. This Shop is let to Mr Cox oil a weekly tenancy at 12s per week. LOT 13. -All that similar Lot, being No. 139 Port- aianinoor-road, held under a lease upon similar terms. LOT 14 —All those THREE LEASEHOLD SHOPS and DWELLING-HOUSES (with stable at the tear of No. 1), being Nos. 1, 2, and 3, Gueret-street, Barry Dock, and held under a lease dated the 28th day of June, 1690, from Llewellyn Wood, Tkomas Roe Thompson, Louis Gueret, and Arthur Wellington Travis, for a term of 99 years, less last three days thereof, from the 1st day of May, 1839, at an annual ground rent of £ 7 10s. These Pioperties arc let as follows-the first two at 14s and the third at 8s per week. For further particulars as to Lots 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, uid 6, apply to Messrs Hamilton and Hume, Solicitors, 1 and 8, Working-street, Cardiff as to Lots 7 to 13, to Mr B. L. Phillips, Solicitor, Duke-street, Cardiff and as to Lot 14, to Messrs Reed and Cook, Solicitors, Bridgwater and Taunton and as to all the Lots, to Mr Joseph Henry Jones. Solicitor, High-street., Cardiff, or to the Auctioneers, 31, Queen-street, Cardiff. 8737 SALE OF HORSES. CORPORATION HOTEL AND CANTON MARKET. MR ALFRED PHILLIPS (late of Alexander's Repository) will SELL by AUC- TION, on the above Premises, at an early date, 70 MORSES. A large number are already entered, and others are solicited. It is requested that gentlemen having Horses to enter will do so at once, so that full parti- culars may appear in the preliminary catalogues. Entry Forms and all particulars of the Auctioneer, 139, Severn-road, Cardiff. N.B.—Total charge for Horses not sold is 5s. 8681 SALE THIS DAY. u- On THURSDAY, OCTOBER 18th; 1894, commencing at 2 o'clock precisely. IMPORTANT TO PARTIES FURNISHING. ]%/T ESSRS J. G. MADDOX and SON ■LvJL will SELL by PUBLIC AUCTION, at their Salerooms, 25, Duke-street, Cardiff, on the above dates, an immense assemblage of very superior HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE ^removed from various residences for absolute tsale), including 6 hauhvood bedroom suites (complete), 6ft. and 4ft. wardrobes, pairs of handsome toilets and iron and brass bedsteads, several excellent carpets, fenders, brasses, 5 excellent dining and drawing-room suites, rosewood and walnut cabinets, 6ft. and 5ft. sideboards, bookcases, dining and occasional tables, walnut and gilt overmantels, etc., etc., in all about 400 lots. On view morning of sale. 1111 ON SATURDAY NEXT, OCTOBER 20TH. AT THE DUKE-STREET AUCTION ROOMS, CARDIFF. MESSRS J. G. MADDOX and SON are instructed by Messrs Knepper and J. M. Hout, of Boskoop, Holland, to SELL by PUBLIC AUCTION, as above, a large consignment of their noted NURSERY STOCK, including dwarf and standard roses, apple and pear trees, rhododendrons, and other flowering shrubs (a aim ilk." consignment to the one which gave such satis- faction last year). On View day prior to and morning of Sale, which will commence at 12o'clocbprecisely owing to the num- ber of lots. 8699 SALF THIS DAY. t f A «TLF"STREET (OPPOSITE THE CASTLE), 3, CASlL*.ox CARDIFF. „ ril„T4. niv OF THE GREAT COLLECTION SALE Paintings AND WATER 0 COLOUR DRAWINGS. BAILEY and GILLER will fSby AUCTION, THIS DAV, at 11, 3, and 7 o'clock, the vaT'^rsC ANd'^VATER COLOUR OIL PAlNTlNGS AMJNGhj international Galleries, London, removed from the examples, and including comprising upwardsot many welf-known exhibited wo k Hyde) CUPID'S REYEM^w,, {rom 10 to *'U remain on view for a 8701 Junction Office, 3, Castle-street^r^:—~— MODEL AUCTION n0RTH' RE (under distress for re g790 *— at' —— OUTII WALES VINEGAR, SAUCE, AND PICKLE CO., p l» Manufacturers of MALT VINEGAR, pl'yrd()"H STREET, SWANSEA. Made fi;0r4 7 Shipping supplied. v^. • and guaranteed free from Mineral Acid. W A—twois on application. 7^0 3> -hi A iTjj'11 i C 1 SOUTH W a T THJJ 2. DAILY NEWS,' alts bu Auction. ON vmv THIS DAY. SALE TO-MORROW (FRIDAY), 19TH OCTOBER. CAPITAL FURNITURE AND EFFECTS, By directions of various oioners who are leaving and have changed, their residences DURING SEPTEMBER QUARTER, including BROWN OAK DlNlNG-ROOiU SUi.TR, and others in YY'alnut and Oak an Rosewood DRAWING-ROOM SUIIE, several full-compass PIANOFORTES, Pictures, Plate, \/|ESSKS GOTTVVALTZ, BOWRING, -i-V-I- and PERRY will SELL by AUC1 (fRl- Saierooms, 11, High-street, Cardiff,^ nnnctually, the DAY), 19th October, 1894, at 11 o'clock punctually, in FURNITURE AND EFFECT^, x \JJai1\J.-L tihie* brass and iron Comprising pairs of a'nd carpets in best bedsteads, bedding. toilettittin^, SUITES, in- Brussels, &^Xr^T PED?:STAl SUirE with 6ft. eluding a w^^KiWAT^NUT SUITE, and smaller wardrobe, arosewood and other woods, FXPEN^VE ''ALL BRASS. BEDSTEADS with j- v bedding, stair carpeting and brass mattresses andJ«gg«»§v WARDROBE, ma hog-1 r0l,s• i \™i,n,r toilet tables. A NEARLY NEW ROSEWOOD SUITE Of DRAWING-ROOM FUBNI- TUBE with elegant cabinet occasional tables and overmantel; various ornaments a WALNUi DRAWING-ROOM SUITE in velvet, Axminster carpet centre and fancy tables, clocks, Brussels car- nets brass fenders and fire implements, CABINETS, overmantels, card tables. A CAPITAL SUITE of OAK DINING-ROOM FURNITURE in real morocco, a SIDEBOARD en suite, a large dining table and dinner waggon. SEVERAL PIANOFORTES by first- makers, ran ic cabinets and stools, various dining room suites in walnut, oak, and mahogany, a 6ft. SIDEBOARD in MAHOGANY, electro-plate and cutlery, BREAKFAST-ROOM and HALL FURNI- TURE, contents of kitchens, pantries, &c.,china, glass Catalogues may be had of the Auctioneers. Note.-These Salerooms arc always open jor the re- ception of Furniture, Pianofortes, Pictures, Plate, and various Household and other Effects to be included in the forthcoming or other appropriate ■' ales as may be desired by the vendors. Cash Advances made in antici- pation of Sale. 8544 ON SATURDAY NEXT, 20TH OCTOBER. SALE OF DUTCH FLOW hR BULBS, consigned for Sale direct from, the growers in Holland, WHOSE BULBS GAVE SUCH GREAT SATISFACTION LAST SEASON, and consisting of DOUBLE and SINGLE HYACINTHS, NARCISSUS, JONQUILS, IRIS, CROCUS, SINGUE AND DOUBLE EARLY TULIPS, ANEMONE, RANUNCULUS, SCILLAS, ETC., and which MESSRS GOTTWALTZ, BOWRING, and PERRY will SELL by AUCTION at their SALEROOMS, 11, HIGH-STREET, CARDIFF, on SATURDA Y NEXT, 20th October, 1891, at 3 o'clock, jV. B.—This is the ONLY SALE that will be held this season ef the very fine Bulbs for which these growers are tcidely noted. 8711 CARDIFF GENERAL OMNIBUS CO., LIMITED, IN LIQUIDATION. MR J. E. GUNN has been instructed by the Liquidator to SEi.L by AUCTION, on MONDAY and TUESDAY, the 22nd and 23rd October, 1894 at the Company's Yard, Lucas-street, Cathays, the whole of the property of the Company, 130 HORSES, 20 OMNIBUSES, sets of harness and general stable utensils, smiths' and carpenters' tools, coachtuilder's sundries also the contents of the offices, comprising desks, drawers. chairs, stationery, maps, and sundries double-door .safe by Phillips and Son. Order of Sale, Monday—Horses. Order of Sale, Tuesday—Omnibuses, harness, and remaining lots, which will be fully detailed in catalogue now in Dreparation. All the Lots on View Saturday, 20th October, 1894. N.B.—The Vendors reserve to themselves the right to offer the whole of the Lots as a going concern. The Sale will commence each day at 11 o'clock punctually. Auction and Estate Office, 8408 Westgate-chambers, Cardiff. CARDIFF GENERAL OMNIBUS CO., LIMITED, IN LIQUIDATION. 1%/TR J. E. GUNN has been instructed JjrJL to SELL bv AUCTION, at the Royal Hotel, Cardiff, ou TUESDAY, the 23rd day of October, 1834, at Seven o'clock in the evening, the following VALUABLE LEASEHOLD PROPERTIES :— LOT 1.—All that EXTENSIVE YARD and STABLING, situate in Lucas-street, Cathays, Cardiff, with I FOUR DWELLING-HOUSES. Two. of the Dwelling-houses are situate in Lucas- t street afor6;r.:1.id, and are let at .the weeklv rent of 9s each, and the other two Dwelling-houses are situate in Woodville-road, East, and are let at the weekly rent of 6s each. The whole of such property is held under a lease for a term of 99 years from tho 2nd of February, 1875, at the rent of t42 Is ad per annum. LOT 2.—All that YARD and STABLING situate in Fiizroy-street, Cathays, held under a lease for five years from the 1st May, 1891, at the rent of S60 per annum. The purchaser of this Lot has the option of pur- chasing the Lease of these premises for 99 years from the 2nd February, 1835, witli Three Cottages, for LOT 3.-All that LAHGE YARD and STABLING, situate in Cardigan-street, Canton, Cardiff, together with a Dwelling-house attached, lately let at a. weekly rental of 6s. The premises are held under a lease for a term of seven years from the 1st August, 1891, at a rent of £25 jerannum. The purchaser of this lot has the option of pur- chasing the said premises, together with a piece of land and dwelling-house adjoining the same on the west side, for the residue of the term granted by the lease thereof for the sum of £ 500, free from incum- brances. For further particulars, conditions of sale, and order to view, apply to the Liquidator, J. Metcalf, Esq., Bank-buildings, St. Mary-strest to Joseph Henry Jones, Ksq., Solicitor, High-street or to the, Auctioneer, Westgate-chambers, Westgate-street, Cardiff. 8218 PRELIMINARY ANNOUNCEMENT. I DUFFRYN VILLA, 2, KYMIX-TliRRACE, P15NARTH. MR J. E. GUNN has been instructed to SELL by AUCTION, at an Early Date, the above eligible PROPERTY. Full Particulars in Future Announcements. 8789 STTj OHN's-SQUARE AC CITOJTM artTcardiff^ OCTOBER 22nd, 1894. Important Sale of very Superior Furniture, 2 piano- fortes, 2 American organs, kneehole writing table, safety bicycle, and other effects, removed from re idences at Cadoxton, and King's-road, Cardiff (owners leaving neighbourhood). IVFESSRS WEBBER & WILKINSON: JuTJL will SELL the above by AUCTION, on the above date, at 2.30 p.m. punctually. -.E:a,Y__1?1"- and moing oale. 8745 "vTLCUM,E~residrnt^^ BLEDDIAN GARDENS, CATHAYS, CARDIFF. MESSRS WEBBER and WILKINSON are instructed to SELL by AUCTION, at the Mart, Bank Buildings, St. Mary-street. Cardiff, on TUESDAY, the 23rd day of October, 1894, at 7 o'clock in the Evening (subject to conditions of sale to then and there produced), the following desirable PROPERTIES :— LOT 1.—All that well-built VILLA RESIDENCE, lIitnate and being No. 30, Llanbleddian Gardens, Cathays, Cardiff, let at S55 per annum, tenants paying rates. LOT 2.-All that well-built VILLA RESIDENCE, situate and being No. 32, Ual\bleddi3.Il Gardens, Cathays, Cardiff, let at £36 per annnm, tenant paying late*. Each house contains two reception rooms, kitchen, scullery, and conservatory. Six capital bedrooms, bath- room (hot and colil water), w.c., also garden, com- modious stables and coach-house at the rear, with back en trance. Lot 1 is held under a lease for 99 years from the ;.5th day of March, 1885, at an annual ground rent of £5 Vs. Lot 2 is heldjinder a. leas- for 99 years from the 29th dav of September, 1885, at an annual ground rent of The character of the properties always commands respectable tenants, and is situated in one of the best residential and most healthy and convenient positions in Cardiff. For further particulars apply to the Auctioneers or to Messrs GROVER and GROVER, 8595 Solicitors. Cardiff. NEW BARN ESTATE^ lta: "within a mile of the Town of Usk, iu the County of Monmouth. TO BE SOLD by AUCTION, pursuant to order of the High Court of Justice made in an action of re Lewis Thomas Reece (deceased), Hardyman v. Reece, 1395, R. 773, by Mr THOMAS PARRY (with the approbation of his lordship Mr Justice Chitty), at the King's Head Hotel, in Newport, Monmouthshire, on YVEDNESDAY, the 31st day of October, 1894, at 3 o'clock in the afternoon, in one lot, all that FREEHOLD ESTATE called New Barn, situate within a mile of the town of Usk, in the county of Momouth, consisting of 252a. lr. 14p., or thereabouts, of which 59a. 2r. 30p. consist of woodland in hand, and the remainder, containing about 192a. 2r. 24p., are in the occupation of Mr John Cowles, as yearly tenant, at the annual rent of £200. Cultivation. Acreage. YVoods (in band) „ 59 30 Pasture — 132 0 1 Arable 50 0 17 Orchard 3 1 6 Garden, buildings, and yard 0 2 32 Wood (let with farm)J 6 2 28 Total acreage of estate 252 1 14 The farmhouse and buildings are in repair. The farm is approached by ro tds, and the trout stream The Olway" bounds a portion of it. The farm con- tains grazing land, anu there are building sites ou the property. The covers are adapted for the preser- vation of game, and shooting is obooined. I The above property is distant by rail about 13 miles from Chepstow, Monmouth and Abergavenny, and is within easy distance of London and the towns of New- port, Cardiff and Bristol. Three packs of hounds, viz., the Monmouthshire, J,la.ngibby and Chepstow, meet in the neighbourhood, and the river Usk, with its salmon and trout fishing, rans within a. mile of the property. The only outgoing on the property is a chief rent of 11s 4d a year. payable to the Duke of Beaufort. Particulars and conditions of sale may e obtained of Mr Edmund Bernard Reece, Solicitor, Cardiff Messrs Grover and Grover, Solicitors, Cardiff Messrs Williamson, Hill and Co., Solicitors, 13, Sherborne- lane, London, E.C. Messrs Rids dale and Son, solicitors, 5, Gray's Inn-square, London, E.C. of the Auctioneer, Mr Thomas Parry, of Newport, Monmouth- shire and at the p ace of sale. 8497 VT E U R ALGI A—KEALL S TONIC TESTIMONIAL KEALL'S from" Bazaar. K.EALL'S I was a. fearful suf- TONIC feier from Neuralgia, IONIC and despaired of a CTTRES remedy until I heard CURES of Keall's Tonic and ntkURALGIA. Neuralgic Mixture, NEURALGIA NB,JA1A tw0 small bottles of CERTAIN which quite cured me. CERTAIN E W. AND Price — IS I'M ANI) A* 2s 9d, and 4s 6dI per SPEEDY t {JigJ* j G. Isaac (law Ha[ D £ N _Newbery and Son. j G. Isaac (law Ha[ D £ N _Newbery and Son. alts bij ).udíøn. TO INVESTORS AND OTHERS. SALK OF VALUABLE LEASEHOLDS IN COW- BRIDGE-ROAD, LLANFAIR-ROAD, CATHAYS- TERRACE, AUGUSTA-STREET, AND DORSET STREET, CARDIFF. MESSHS S. HERN and PERTWEE will SELL by AUCTION, at The Mart, Bank Buildings, St. Mary-street, Caidiff, on MONDAY, the 29th day of October, 1894, at 7 o'clock p.m., the follow. VALUABLE PROPERTIES & BUILDING LAND LOT 1.—VILLA and BUILDING LAND, No. 315, Cowbridge road, Canton. Term, 99 years from bit April, 1852. Ground rent for Villa B3 15s, and Building Land £7 15s 2d. The whole suitable for extensive business premises. LOT 2.-Nos. 10 and 12, LLANFAIR-ROAD, Canton; two well-built houses, let at 9s each. Lease 99 years from 2nd Feb., 1882. Ground rent £5108 per pair. LOT 3.—Nos. 109, 111, and 113, CATHAYS- TERRACE, Cardiif; let to good tenants at 10s per week each. Lease 99 years from Sept. 29, 1880. Ground rent' £ 3 128 per house. LOT 4.—No. 8, AUGUSTA-STREET, Cardiff, Splot- lands very substantially built; let at 9s per week. Lease 99 years from 29th September, 1865. Ground rent £ 3 3s. LOT 5.—Nos. 1, 3, 5 7. 9, 11, 13, and 15, DORSE STREET, Saltmead, adjoining Clare-road let at 9s per week each. Ground rent jS3 per house. Lease 99 years from 1890. N.B.—If not sold together will be offered in two lots. Particulars as too Lots 1, 2, and 3, of Messrs Straker and Son, Estate Agents, Abegavenny; or of Messrs Jacob and YVinter, Solicitors, Abergavenny as to Lot 4. of Mr Geo. Rees, Solicitor, 28, St. Mary-street, Car- diff as to Lot 5, to Mr Wm. Thomas, Solicitor, Queen-street; and as to all the lots, of the Auctioneers, 94, St Mary-street, Cardiff. 8673 _h_ SALE TO-MORROW. RHOS FARM, NEAR PENYFAI, LLANELLY, CARMARTHENSHIRE. IMPORTANT SALE OF VALUABLE PEDIGREE STOCK. STOCK. MR S. N. POWELL has received in- structions from Mr W. J. Buckley, M.F.H., to SELL by AUCTION, on FRIDAY, October i9th, 1894, at the above Farm, tha following VALUABLE STOCK, viz HORSES.—16 grand Cart Horses, Carriage Horses, and Hunters. CATTLE.—A grand herd of 26 valuable pedigree Jersey Cows and Heifers. SHEEP.—25 Ewes and Lambs. PIGS.—26 pedigree white Yorkshire Pigs. Also a two-wheel Whitechapel Dogcart, by Messrs Jolly and Son, of Norwich (nearly new). Sale to com men «e after twelve o'clock luncheon. Rhos Farm is distant three miles from the Llanelly Railway Station, and two miles from Llanelly Town. N.B.—The Sale will be held in a large marquee, 80 that purchasers will be thoroughly sheltered during the sale in the event of wet weai her. Catalogues will appear shortly, and for further par- ticulars apply to the Auctioneer, 6, Park-street, Llanelly. Llanelly, September 24th, 1894. 8593 ABERGAVENNY. VALUABLE FREEHOLD VILLA RESIDENCE AND DWELLING-HOUSES FOR SALE. MESSRS STRAKER & SON will SELL by AUCTION, at tbe Greyhound Hotel, Abe). gaveuny, on TUESDAY, 23rd October, 1894, at 2 for 3 o'clock in the afternoon, subject to conditions of sale to be then produced, the following VALUABLE FREEHOLD PROPERTIES, viz :— LOT 1.—All that pleasantly situatedand substantially bailt FREEHOLD VILLA RESIDENCE, with Stable and otper Outbuildings anti Garden thereto belong- ing, situate and being No. 31, North-street, Cantreff, anù known as REDBERRY HOUSE," Now with Lot 2 in the occupation of Mr Walter Dow. land, builder. The Property covers an area of 2,650 square yards, and with a portion of the Garden on the north side of the house has a frontage to the said street of 143ft. 6in. LOT 2.—All that FREEHOLD ELIGIBLE BUILD- ING SITE, situate on the south side of Lot 1, con- mining 1,163 square yards, having a frontage to North-street of 51 feet. LOT3.-All that FREEHOLD DYVELLING-HOUSE, with Large Garden belonging, situate and being No. 47, North-street, Cantreff aforesaid, now in the occu- pation of Mrs Sheen. There is a side entrance to the rek, and there is ample frOlltagO to North-street for the erection of one or two small cottages. LOT 4.-All those substantially stone-built FREE- HOLD DWELLING-HOUSES, with Gardens belong- ing, situate and being Nos. 12, 14, 16,. 18, 20, and 22, Stanhope-street, Ab&i gaveuny, now in the occupation of YVilliam Morris and others. Each house contains Entrance Passage, Parlour, Kitchen, Scullery, aud Pantry on the ground floor, and 3 Bedrooms on the upper floor, with offices at the rear. There is also a joint right of way through a separate passage to the iear of the property. For further particulars apply to the Auctioneers, at Abergavenny; or to Mr B. E. HODGENS, f:674 Solicitor, Abergavenny. MR W. J. REES lias been instructed to OFFER for SALE by AUCTION, at the YVyndham Hotel, Bridgend, on SATURDAY, 20th day of OCTOBER, 1894, at Two o'clock in the after- 1100n, the undelmentionerl valuable FREEHOLD FARMS, GROUND RENTS, ACCOMMODATION LANDS, AND BUILDING SITES, situate in the Parishes of Coity, CoychTlrch, and St. Bride's Minor, and within a shon distance of the thriving town of Bridgend, which will be offered in the following or such other lots as may hereafter be determined :— PARTICULARS. Lots. Description. Area. Rent. a. r. p. s. d. 1 Tysant Cottage and Land 4 3 1 10 10 0 2 Accommodation Fields. 6 2 27 6 6 0 3 TYSANT FARM, HOUSE, &c. 1 0 26 10 0 0 4 Freehold Ground Rent. 0 0 13J 2 0 0 1 5 Building Land, near Coity 0 2 0 0 10 0 6 Building Land, near Coity 0 2 0 ffla 0 7 Building Land, near Coity 0 2 0 0 10 0 8 Accommodation Lands 37 0 11 40 0 0 9 Building Land, Coity., 0 3 0 1 0 0 10 Building Land, Coity. 0 3 0 1 0 0 11 Building Land, Coity. 10 0 10 0 U WAUN HOUSE AND LANDS 12 1 5 15 0' 0 13 Building Land at Coity 0 2 35 1 0 0 14 Pasture Field, Coity 4 029 8 0 15 COITY FARM AND LANDS.. 26 0 33 50 0 0 16 Piece of Land, Coity 0 7 6 17 The Castle Moat, Coity. 0 3 12 — 18 T Y N E W Y D D, otherwise NEYVHOUSE FARM .148 132 192 0 0 I 19 Pasture Land, part do 3 111 8 0 0 20 BYEASTWOOD FARM 58 010 40 0 0 21 Pasture Field, part do.) 0 25 2 10 0 J 22 Pasture Field, part do 4 0 23 2 10 0 23 Ground Rent, Heol-laethog 0 0 13 2 0 01 24 Pasture Land, do C 1 28 0 10 O. 25 Pasture Land, do 0 2 17 0 10 0 25 CEFNCARFAN FARM 124 1 37 93 0 0 27 YNISLAS FARM 52 0 13 37 0 0 Particulars, with Plans and Conditions of Sale, may be ootained on application to Mfssrs^COLLYER- BRISTOW, RUSSELL, HILL, and CO., 4, Bedford- iow. London T. T'AMPLIN LEWIS, Esq., Solicitor, j Bridgend LBWIS D. NICHOLL, Esq., Land Agent, -i 4, Trinity-place, Swansea or Mr W. J. REE5, Attc- j tioneer and Land Agent, Swansea. 8633 SALE TO-MORJBOW LONDON HOUSE AUCTION ROOMS, 10, CASTLE. STREET, SWANSEA. MESSRS H. HILL and CO. will: JjfJL SELL by PUBLIC AUCTION, on tho above Premises, on FRIDAY, October 19th ,1894, a large and varied assortment of HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, PIANOFORTE, AND EFFECTS (portion of which will be under distress for rent), Comprising mahogany dining suite, drawing-room suite in saddlebags, walnut sideboards with cup- 1 boards and drawers, walnut cabinet, inlaid walnut occasional tables, walnut overmantels, harmonium, hall table with marble top, oak hat and umbrella stands, walnut pianoforte with iron frame in ex- j cellent condition, carpets, hearthrugs, iron brass- rail bedsteads, spring mattresses, feather and millpuff beds. washstands with marble tops, dressing taole, kitchen requisites, dresser with cupboards and drawers, ware, glass, single and double sets of chamber ware. &c. Sa.le to commence at 11 o'clock in the forenoon. Auctioneers' Offices, 10, Castle-street, Swansea. 8761. NEYVPORT, MON. IMPORTANT SALE OF MODERN CONTRACTOR'S PLANT. MESSRS PARSONS aud ROBJENT are instructed by Messrs John Linton and Co., in consequence of the completion of their contract, to offer for SALE by AUCTION, at the Crindau Gas Works, Marshes-road, Newport, Mon., on MONDAY, 29th Oct., 1894, at 12 o'clock noon, the whole ef the following modern CONTRACTOR'S PLANT, in thorough working order, viz. One 2-ton loco, steam crane, by Job Isles, nearly new one ditto, by Stothert and Put, nearly new one ditto, by Jessop one 6-h.p. portable engine, by Ransom s 14 half-yard iron tipping skips, nearly new one 6-in. Rocker pump, complete, with 40 feet of suction and delivery pipes 17 side and end tip earth waggons, 3ft. 6in. gauge four Dobbin carts, 25 navvy barrows, two tip carts, six trolleys, with wheels and <txles, 3ft. 6in. gauge two | thousand cube feet of pitch pine; planks, neals, polling boards, pit props, tank trammel, complete capital bellows, anvil and contents of smith s shop, harness, watch boxes, cool boxes, brick skips, corn bin, 20-ton hydraulic skipjack, dollll many other effects. Catalogues with conditions of sale may be had on application to the Auctioneers one week prior to Sale. Lots on view three days prior to and on morning of Sale. Auctioneers' Offices, Central Chambers, Newport, Mon., dated Oct. 16th, 1894. 8769 PREMISES COMING DOWN THROUGH TOWN IMPROVEMENTS. PRINCE OF YVALES INN, BUTE-STREET, CARDIFF. MR W. GILL has been instructed fco SELL by PUBLIC AUCTION, at the above- mentioned premises, on JfRIDA Y, October 19th, 1894, the whole of the STOCK-IN-TRADE, TRADE UTENSILS, FIXTURES and FITTINGS, &c., &c. Also a couple of splendid YY'ool Mattresses and a very handsome Phscton. Sale to cnmmenco at 2 o'clock sharp. There will be no reserve. Goods on view morning of Sale. 8777 Auctioneer's Offices, 119, St. Mary-street, Cardiff. — au.5 by fettor. THE TAFF VALE RAILWAY X COMPANY Invite TENDERS for SIX RICKS of HAY of Good Quality, harvested this season off the railway banks and slacked at YY'aterha.ll Junction, near Llanda.tf. Specifications and all Particulars may be obtained on application at the Engineer's Office at Cardiff. Tenders, endorsed "Hay," to be sent to the Under- igned not later than MONDAY, 29th October, 1894. The Company do not bind themselves to accept anv Tender. JOHN JONES, Secretary. Cardiff, 9th October, 1894. 8695 CARDIFF ADVERTISING, BILL POSTING, AND CIRCULAR DISTRIBUTING COMPANY (LIMITED) OFFICES: CASTLE CHAMBERS 21, CASTLE-ST CARDIFF. SECRETARY: FRANK H. SIMPSON. Best Permanent Posting Stations in Cardiff and eighbouraood. Contractors for all descriptions of Advertising Circular DLstributirg, &c. 1019 32001 All ktteodad alts by Auction. VALUABLE LEASEHOLD PROPERTY FOR SALE MESSRS JOHN M. LEEDKR & SON have receded instructions to SELL by AUCTION, at the Swansea Auction Rooms, Goat- street, Swansea, on TUESDAY, October 23rd, 1894, the undermentioned PROPERTIES, viz. :— LOT 1.—All that capital Bustuesa Premises, known as 9, CASTLE-SQUARE, Swansea. (ât the corner of St. Mary-street), lately, and for many years in the occupation of Mr Henry Maliphant, Stationer, &c. It has a frontage to Wind-street of about 16 feet 6 i inches, and about 21 feet 6 inches to St. Mary- street. It contains a commodious shop with cellar under, small yard, and usual conveniences, show- room, and 2 rooms onr. It is held by leaáe for an unexpired term of 21 years from March 25th, 1885 (11% years unexpired), at a rental of B50 per annum. The property occupies a lliost prmillent position, and is suitable for almost any business. LOT 2.—All that Leasehold Dwelling-house, known as "HIGHLAND HOUSE," No. 34, TERRACE- ROAD, Swansea, in the occupation of the owner. The property stands •'veil back from the road, and contains on the ground floor dining and drawing- rooms, entrance hall, kitchen, yard and usual con- veniences on the first fln,>r three bedrooms and servants' room. It is hela by lease for a term of 83 years, from March 25th, 1867, about 55% years unexpired, at a ground rent of £4 per annum. Thei house occupies a healthy position, and commands) a magnificent view of the Bay and surrounding district. LOT 3.—AH that Dwelling-house and Premises situate and being No. 161, GOKSE-LANE, Swansea, now let at £ 26 per annum. It is held by lease for a term of 99 years from September 29th, 1371, 76 years unexpired, at an Sale to commence at half-past three o'clock in the afternoon. For particulars as to Lots 1 and 2, apply to Messrs w. R. Smith and Son, Solicitors, Cambrian-place Messrs Davies and Ingram, Solicitors, Goat-street David Seline, Esq., Solicitor, Fisber-street; or as to the whole to the Auctioneers, at their Offices, Geat- street Chambers, Swansea. 8736 SALE THIS DAY. 6, BRYN-ROAD, SWANSEA. MESSRS H. HILL and CO. have been instructed to SELL by PUBLIC AUCTION on the above premises, on THURSDAY. October lSth, 1894, the following HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, &c. (the property of a gentleman who is leaving) comprising mirrors in gilt and oak frame*, walnut ovai tables, with maasive legs drawing-room couch, in faucy cretonne do. in saddlebags, card table, lady's fancy work and other tables, saddlebag easy chairs do. iu scarlet plush, ùo. in cretonne, plush and fancy work folding chairi, drawing-room chairs (some in black inlaid with pearl), corner and other fancy chairs in rushwood, mahogany office chairs, full compass pianoforte in walnut, by Collard and Collard four- fold painted cloth screen, cliitfonniere, with marble top and plate-glass fronts 21-day gilt clock in glass shade, carpet, 2 large engravings (Italian subjects), chromos by the old masters, very large steel engraving of Beaconsfield, cabinet, fancy and other ornaments, large hall hat and umblella stand, with marble top early English oak bookcase, large mahogany dinner wagon, 12 mahogany chairs, 2 arm do., large bronze and copper urn, mounted in best plate 4-t.ier mahogany music stand, easy divan chairs, walnut overmantel, paintings, large sewing machine, gazetteer, bound in Morocco old plate, kitchen dresser, and many other articles too numerous to mention. The Goods arc first-class, and equal to new. Sale to commence at 11 o'clock a.m. prompt. Goods on View the previous day, from 2.50 to 4.30 p.m. 8662 SIXTY HORSES. ANNUAL SALE OF 60 HORSES, The Property of Mr Thomas Copp, Coach Proprietor, Ilfracombe, at the Horse Bazaar, Paris-street, Exeter, on FRIDAY, October 26th, at 12 o'clock—on View at the Bazaar the Day previous to Sale—consisting of first-class hacks, hunters, cobs, brougham and 'bus horses, with quality and manners; all well-seasoaed and brouaht from the breedl's this spl"iI1¡. Catalogues on application to Mr Thomas Copp, Ilfracombe, ten days previous to Sale, 8775 (Hunters attfc Contracts. TEN DERS are invited for ADDITIONS, • ALTERATIONS, and REPARATION of pre- sent Schools and the Erection of a New Infants' School &c at Tonyrefail, for the Llantrisant School Board. Endorsed Tenders to bo delivered on or before the 31st inst. to W. John, Esq., Bryuteg Llantrisant, where the Plans, Specifications, &c pre. pared by Mr J. J. Evans, C.E., Sunnyside, Penarth, Architect to the Board, are to be seen. The lowest or .der lo:ce88arily accepted.$729 TO BUILDERS AND CONTRACTORS. TENDERS are invited by Oct. 30th for the EREC- TION of a CHAPEL and VESTRY at New Tredegar for the Bnglish Baptists. Plans and specification, supplied by Mr W. S. Williallis, Tredegar, may be seen at Now I'redel1;ar Library, with Mr Aneurin Davies. Sealed Tenders are to be delivered to the under- signed. The lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted. 8755 D. DAVIES, YALUABLE REFRESHMENT HOUSE IN THE CENTRE OF PONTYPRIDD, TO BE LET BY TENDER For a term of 21 years from 2nd December next The Valuable and Central Business Premises, situate in High-street, Pontypridd, and in clase proximity to the Railway Station, now known as the PONTYPRIDD COFFEE-TAVERN," and now held by the Pontypridd Coffee-Tavern Company, Limited, on a lease about to expire. Form of Lea.st: can be inspected at the address given below from 10 to 12 o'clock a.m., on any day within a fort- night from this date, and Form of Tender obtained. The highest tender not necessarily accepted. Sealed tenders to be sent on or before the 26th October, 1894, to Mr WILLIAM DAVIES, Rhydfelen House, Rhydfelen, PONTYPRIDD. Dated October 12th, 1894. 129 111 < liimiiuiuj oddtt5. PR INCIP ALTTY PERMANENT IN V GUILDING GOCIETY per cent, on DEPOSITS—Short Notice. 4 percent, on LARGE DEPOSITS for One Year, 4 per cent, on PREFERENTIAL SHARES. 5«tSHAiitPAII> "»» SOTSCWP. APPLY FOR THE 34TH ANNUAL REPORT and prospectus to YV ZANDERS, MANAGING d;u., XT ► .ar«r Wtjfc, CaulifV. AGENTS—Newport lUr J. m. Wooo 24 High-street. Penavth Mr N. it. KDMIIXHS, ii, High-st. ^rrnnoo v 9' Market-baQdnigs. 023-7422 ISbbw Vdh, \V: J A J)AVI:S. ld: GLAMORGAN BUILDING^OCIETY, 15, QUEEN-STREUT CARDIFF.—The terms ¡ offered by this_old-eatablished Society to Borrowers, Investors, and Depositors are, as regards security and position, unequalled, and cannot be surpassed.—For particulars, apply to T. A. Davies, Sec. 1119 CARDIFF BrfLDING SOCIETY. TO BORROWERS. £3,000 ready to be ADVANCED on MORTGAGE. Apply for PROSPECTUS and APPLICATION FORM to WENTWORi-H H. PRICE (Chartered Accountant), Secretary. 21, High-street, Car tint. 4385 THE MONMOUTHSHIRE AND South waives PERMANENT BENEFIT BUILDING SOCIETY H J. PARN.YLi, Esa JP Chairman. RESERVE & CONTING'EN^FUWSV- £ 7,8878S lid. ADVANCES 0r Leasehold Securities. INVESTING OR PAID-UP SHARES (interest 5 Far c annum and bonus). Dl^POSn SHARKS £ 50 (interest 4*/i ^nt., and bonus). DEPOSITS received 4 per' cent interest payable half-yearly. F. J. HEYBYRKE, Secretary HEYBYRNE & .81tO\VN 1, Friar's Chambers, Newport; 5835 And 21. West Bute-street Cardiff. MERTHYR AND DOWLAlS: JGUILDLNG GOCIETF CHAIRMAN: Mr Aldenuan WiLLIAMS, J. Gwaelodygarth Ho ise, Merthyr TydtU. LOANS ADVANCED IN SUMS tfROivl £100 TO £10,000. Easy Repayments in 3 to 17 Yeais—Favouiablt Redemption Terms-— Utmost Secrecy—Loans on Build jigs in Progress—>0 Management Charges. For particulars apply to Mr PETER WILL-A./Id Secretary, G1ebelaii(J Merthyr Tydfil; or .0 ocal Agents throngilovi;) south Walcv Jlv ———— -=== WILLIAM TRESEDER, NUIRY- It MAN, SEEDSMAN, AND FLORIST, CARDIFF. FOREST TREESTi^rchi scotch, Spruce, Austrian, IN LARGE Birch, <&c., &c). QUANTITIES, [samples aud Price on Application. 100,uOO 1 T have a fine Stcek of transplanted THORNS. j stuff at reasomble prIces. APPLES.P EARsf Lj. r„e quanTitie^l>r~tine young, PLUMS, healthy Trees. Standards, pyra- CHERRIES, &c. midSi tush, trained, <fcc. Special &c. price for large quantities. PEONIES, NOW time to plant these PYRETHRUMS beautiful flowering plants. "STOVE AND -t a-fine selection can be seen GREENHOUSE at the Nurseries, PLANTS. COW BRIDGE-ROAD. J&D&ntiS6 incurved, rcfl6X6d vajrifl* CHRYSANTHE- ties. Fine large plants 24s to 30s MUMS. doz., in 8iii. and 10m. pots. Xhousands^of plants to select from. wejeathsTCROSSI^, is a Thousands of plants to select from. wejeathsTCROSSI^, is a special feature of my establishment. AU ordeis tXDCUted with urottwUfcud# despatch. 1187 ffinbltc Moticis> ICKETS FOR COOK'S TOURS from JL CARDIFF to PARIS, the South of France, Italy, EzvDt the Holy Land, Madeira, the Cape, and Round the World, or any travelling information, of Mr Trounce, Foreign Banking Bureau, Cardiff. Sole Agent for Wales. 1252 A LECTURE will be given an FRIDAY EVENING, the 19th inst., at 8 e'clock, under thi> ausoices of the PARENTS' NATIONAL EDUCA- TIONAL UNION, by Dr. SHEEN, on The Rearing and Feeding of Infants and Children," at the Gospel Mission Hall, Castle-street. Admission, 6d. 8780 ALBION COLLIERY RELIEF FUND. A MEETING of the contributors to the above fund will be held at the EXCHANGE, MOUNT STUART- SOUARE, CARDIFF, on YVEDNESDAY NEXT, the 24th day of OCTOBER, 1894, at 12 o'clock noon, to consider and determine the distribution or disposal of the funds collected. The attendance of all subscribers is earnestly requested. 8778 W. J. TROUNCE, Mayor. q 'A R D I F F A C E S THIS DAY (THURSDAYl 18TH OCTOBER. FIVE RACES. EXCELLENT ENTRIES. 8622-510e HE"TECHNICAL SCHOOL OF THE JL COUNTY BOROUGH OF CARDIFF. CLASSES IN MUSIC. DR. PARRY'S CLASSES IN MUSIC (Old and Now Notation) WILL BiWIN: at the UNIVERSITY COLLEGE, on FRIDAY EVENING NEXT, October 19th 7.30 to 9.30. The fee for the Session is 5s. For aU patticlÙ8.rs apply at the College. University 16th, m 8757 ASSEMBLY-ROOMS, TOWN-HALL, CARDIFF. A BAZAAR In aid of St. Dyfrig's Church Endowment Fund, will be held in the above rooms (by kind permission of tne Mayor of Cardiff), ON TUESDAY, WEDNESDAY, and THURSDAY, October 16th, 17th, and 18th, 1894. The Bazaar will be OPENED on TUESDAY, October 16th, at 3 p.m., by the Lord BISHOP of LLANDAFF. ,n c] Admission—Tuesday, 2 to 6, Is; 6 to 10, oa. Wednesday and Thursday, 6d all day. 8668 j^TrY OF H~ETIEFORD. IMPORTANT NOTICE TO FRUIT GROWERS AND DEALERS. A FRUIT MARKET YV&1 be held in the PRODUCE MARKET, HERE- FORD, EVERY WEDNESDAY during the season, commencing 3rd October, 1894. tbe attention of Dealers and Private Consumers is called to this important Market, as arrangements are being made with the Growers for a largo supply of the finest Herefordshire Apples and Peais. (Signed) EDWIN EDWARD BOSLEY Mayor and Clerk of the Markets. Mansion House. Hereford, 25th Sept., 1894. 8401 gOUTH WALES ART SOCIETY. PRBSIDENT—THE RIGHT HON. THE LORD WINDSOR. The SEVENTH ANNUAL EXHIBITION of PICTURES IS NOW OPEN in the SOCIETY'S GALLERY, PUBLIC-HALL, QUEEN-STREET. Season Tickets, s úd each. AN ART UNION, Tickets Is each, or Six for 5s. By special permission of her Majesty's Privy Council. For the Benefit of the Art Uniou Ticket Holders only.—The more tickets subscribed for, the greater will be the number of Prizes, ranging in value from about S2 to about. £30. PRIZE DRAYYING AT THE EXHIBITION At 8 p.m.. November 7th, 1894. The Prize Winners can select any Picture or Picture-? to the value of their Prize. 8368 1) I 0 C ESE OF LLANDAFF. ADVENT ORDINATION, 1894. The LORD BISHOP of LLANDAFF intends (D.V.) to hold an ORDINATION for DEACONS ONLY on SAINT THOMAS'S DAY, FRIDAY, December 21st, 113 4. "ersons desirous of being admitted candidates are requested to make written application to the Bishop as early as possible. The examination will commence on Thursday, December 13th, at 10 o'clock, at the Pn !ace, Llandaff. Any information regarding the examination may be ob ained from the Bishop or his Secretary, to the latter of .vhom application for the necessary forms must be m do forthwith and all the papers sent by the 1st D'; :ember next. ARTHUR G. P. lEWIS, M.A., 3771 13, Castle-street, Cardiff. LORD^REDEGAR'S A GRICULTURAL AND PoULTRY SHOWS. J- (Open to all England without Subscription). Lord Tredegar has fixed the approaching Meeting for TUESDAY and YVEDNESDAY, 27th and 28th November. The PRIZE LIST contains 51 regulated elasses for CATTLE, SHEEP, and HORSES, the prizes in which vary in value from B20 to JS5. In consequence of the restrictions on account of Swine Fever, there will be no Show of Pigs. Poultry Prizes to the value of B340 are also offered. JUDGES.. — Poultry — John Martin, E. Morgan. Pigeons—H. Allsop.. t The Prize Lists, with Certificates for Entry and all particulars, may be had on application to COLONEL JUSTICE, Tredegar Estato Office, Newport, Mon. N B —Entries close 14th November for Cattle, &c. for Poultry and Pigsons, 7th November. 8635 QllEAT WESTERN RAILWAY. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that in pursuance of Section 67 of the Great Western Railway (No. 1) Act, 1884, application has been made to the Board of Trade by the Great Western Railway Company for approval of the following Bye-laws, namely :— BYE-LAWS As to Bridges over the Railway (being Public Highways). 1.—Every person who acts in contravention of Section 6 of the Locomotive Act, 1861, which section is as follows It shall not be lawful for the owner or driver of any locomotive to drive it over any suspen- sion bridge or over any bridge on which a conspicuous notice has been placed'by the authority of the surveyor or person liable to the repair of the bridge that the bridge is ir.Mifficieoi to carry weights beyond the ordinary traffic of the district without previously obtaining the consent of the surveyor of the road or I bridgemaster under whose charge such bridge shall be for the time bting, or of the persons liable to the repair of snch bridge, and in case such owner of the I locomotive and surveyor of the road or bridge or bridgemaster shall differ in opinion as to the sum- ciency of any kridge to sustain the transit of tho) locomotive, then the question shall be determined bv an officer to be appointed on the application of either party by one of her Mnjesty's principal Secretaries of State, whose certificate of sufficiency of such bridge shall entitle the owner of the locomotive to take the name over such bridge," or of any enactment substi- tuted for the same in the case of any bridge over the railways of the Company which the Company are- liable to repair, shall bo subject to a penalty not exceeding five pounds for every offence. 2. No engine, machine, vehicle, or article of traffic, weighing (inclusive of any load, matter, or thing carried or resting theieon) more than five tons, or carrying (inc luSÎvE\ as a foresaid), a greater weight than two tons on any one patir of wheels, or drawing a weight of uioro than four tor1, shill be taken np01ior across a bridge, being a public highway over the rail- ways of the Company, on or near which a notice to the effect that such Bridge is unsafe for heavy traffic is for the time being affixed or published. Every person who takes o.- sends any such engine, machine, vehicle, or article ot traffic upon or across any such Bridge as nfore.xiid 1:1 contravention of ihis Bye-law shall be subject co a penalty not exceeding five pound2 for every olfence, This Bye-law does not extend to locomotive engines to which the preceding Bye-law extends. Passed under the Common Seal of the GreatY Western Railway Company this third day of >- L.S. May, 1834, in the presence of J {Signed) G. K. MILLS, Secretary of the Great Western Railway Companv. NOTICE IS HEREBlr FURTHER GIVEN that any Person, Company, or Corporation objecting to the pro- posed Bye-laws may bring such objection before the Board of Trade on or before the 30th day of November next by a letter addressed to the Assistant-Secretary, Railway Department, Board of Trade, Whitehall, London, S, W. Dated this 15th day of October, 1894. G. K. MILLS, 8784 Secretary Great Western Railway Company. PUT UP IN WELSH TIN-PLATE. E N A M ELI N E, THE MODERN GRATE AND STOVE POLISH. A PASTE. READY FOR USE. LABOUR SAVING. REFUSE IMITATIONS WHICH SMELL AND UP. 8365 THE GREAT BLOOD PURIFIER THOMPSON'S BURDOCK PILLS JL come the worst forms of diseases, and the fouitot state of the blood, stomach, liver, and kidneys tuey go to the core of every disease, where no other medic nts have power to reach. The GREAT BLOOD 0 RIFIER cures the follow';i complaints :—Indigestion, or wind in the stomach or bowels, giddiness in the head, dimness of sight, weafc or sore eyes, loss of memory, palpitation of the heart, hver and bilious obstructions, asthma or tightness in the chest, rheumatics, lumbago, piles, gravel, pains in the back, scurry, bad legs, bad breast, sore throat, sore heads, and s»res of all descriptions burns, wounds, ot white swelliugs, scrofula, or king's evil, gatherings tumours or cancers, pimples or blotches on the face and body, swelled feet or legs, scabs and itch, erysipelas jaundice, and dropny, and fevers of all kinds. In boxes at Is lid 2s 9d each, sold by most Chemists, or from the BurdocK Pill Manufactory, 44, Oxford-street, .Swart. J.a 1003 ONE BOX OF CLARKE'S B 41 PILLS is warranted to cure Gravel, Pains in the Back. and all kindred complaints. Guaranteed free from Mercury. bold in Boxes 4s 6d each, by all Chemists and Patent Medicine Vendors throughout the world, or sent to any addm.'ss for sixty stamps by the Makers, The Lincoln aud Midland Counties Company iancoio. 100;) (Bhdmi J\.bbrts5ts. ARDIFF MUNICIPAL ELECTION, 1894. TO THE ELECTORS OF THE PARK WARD. LADIES AND GENTLEMEN, At tho unanimous request of the Park Conservative and Unionist Association, and also of a large number of independent Ratepayers, I have pleasure in offering you my services as a Candidate for the Town Council. Being a Resident in the Ward, and having lived amongst you for a period of 43 years, I claim to be fully acquainted with the Ward and its requirements. If elected I am prepared to devote the necessary time to the duties of a Councillor, feeling, as I do, that the interests of the Ward have beefl neglected. All matters involving the financial, commercial, social, and sanitary well-being of the shall have my closest and best attention. Whilst advocating a policy of progress, improvement, and efficiency, I would resist most strongly all unneces- sary expenditure. Hoping to be favoured by your confidence, I am, Ladies and Gentlemen, Your obedient servant, HY. GIBBON. 185, Richmond-road, Cardiff. 8794 CARDIFF MUNICIPAL ELECTION. TO THE ELECTORS OF THE CENTRAL WARD. LADIES AND GENTLEMEN, My term of office expires on the first of November next. I again offer myself for re-election. I respectfully submit that my conduct during the three years I have had the honour to represent you will bear close and critical inspection. I have always endeavoured carefully and fearlessly to both advocate and vote upon all matters affecting the welfare of our growing and important town. The Town Council will be immediately called upon to consider large and important questions prominently the Harbour Trust scneme, the purchase of the Tram- ways, and the Weiring of the Taff. These great questions I shall consider with the responsibility attaching to myself as a large Rate- payer, as your Representative, and as a native of Cardiff. At the request of an influential and representative body of Electors I have consented to again allow myself to be nominated for the vacancy in this Ward, under the auspices of the Conservative party, and I feel confident that the impartiality with which, as your representative, I have studied the interests of all will assure me of your valued support. I be to remain, Ladies and Gentlemen. Your obedient Servant, WILLIAM EVANS. Black Lion Hotel, 21, St. Mary-street, October 16th, 1894. 8792 JnhH£ appointments. COUNTY BOROUGH OF CARDIFF. ELECTRIC LIGHT. i The Corporation of Cardiff are about to APPOINT a PRACTICAL MAN, able to take fnll charge of the Machinery at the Electricity Works, Canton. Cardiff, and Invite applications for that post. Applicants must be experienced in Electrical Work and Engine Fitting, also resident within the Borough I of Cardiff, aud not less than 25 nor more than 40 years of age. Salary, £ 3 per week. Applications, in Candidates" own handwriting, stating age, whether married or single, past and present employment, and accompanied by copies of not more than three recent testimonials, to be de- livered at my office in a sealed envelope, marked Electric Light," not later than 10 o'clock on Monday morning, the 22nd October, 1894. Dated this 17th day of October, 1894. J. L. WHEATLEY, Town Clerk. Town-hall, Cardin. 6787 tgal S!ØliUS.! RE ROBERT DUNCAN, DECEASED. All PERSONS having any CLAIMS or DEMANDS upon or against the estate of ROBERT DUNCAN, late of 94, NEWPORT-ROAD, CARDIFF, gentleman, deceased, are forthwith requested to send particulars thereof in writing to the undersigned. Dated this 17th day of October, 1894. HARRY COUSINS, 97, St. Mary-street, Cardiff, 260 Solicitor to the Executors. JOSIAH WILLIAMS, DECEASED. PURSUANT to an Act of Parliament 22 and 23 Vie. Cap. 35, intituled "An Act to Lfurther Amend the Law of Property and to relieve Trustees." NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that all CREDITORS and other PERSONS having any CLAIMS or DE- MANDS against the estate of JOS1AH WILLIAMS, late of 104, Ciaddock-street, Cardiff, in the County of Glamorgan, timber foreman.deceased (who died on the 29th day of May. 1894, and whose will was proved in the Llandaff District Registry of the Probate Division of Her Majesty's High Court nf Justice, on the 24th day of Jnr, 1894, by Arthur YVellingion Travis, of Plvmout,J¡-roa(I, Penarth. in the said County of Glamorgan, colliery agent, and John Williams, of Number 19, North Church-sheet, Cardiff, in the said County of Glamorgan, custom house officer, the executors therein named) are hereby required to send the Particulars in writinc of their Claims or Demands to the said Arthur Wellington Travis aud John YVilliams, or to us, the undersigned, the solicitors for the said executors, on or before the 18th day of Noveinbsr, 1894, after which date the said executors will proceed to distribute the Assets of the said deceased amongst the persons entitled thereto, having regard only to the Claims and Demands of which they shall then have had notice, and that they will not be liable for the Assets of the said deceased, or any part thereof, so distributed, to any person 01' persons at whose Claims or Demands they shall not then have had notice. Dated this 15th day of October, 1894. DOWNING HANDCOCK, Vienna Chambers, Bute Docks, Cardiff, 8742 Solicitors tor the Executors. (teturatmts. I QREAT WESTERN RAILWAY' FAST EXPRESS TRAINS are run DAILY (Sunday:; excepted) in conjunction with the London and North- Western Itailway, via the SHREYVSBURY and HERE- FORD LINE, between CARDIFF and LIVERPOOL, Manchester, Chester, Carlisle, Glasgow, and Edin- burgh and the North of England and Scotland generally, leaving CARDIFF at 9.30 a.m., 12.33, 4.3, and 7.40 p.m. By Trains connecting with the Service to from LLANELLY, SW ANSEA, NEATH, BRIDGEND, a.nd other Stations, the time occupied between SOUTH WALES and the Noith is materially reduced. THROUGH CARRIAGES run fiorn CARDIFF, and THROUGH FAlES are in operation between all principal Stations. 498 HY. LAMBERT, General Alanager. PERKINS BROS. AND CU., GENERAL IRONMONGERS AND COMPLETE HOUSE FURNISHERS, ST. MARY-STREET AND WYNDHAM j ARCADE, CARDIFP. Who Splendid Showrooms contain one of the Finest Selections of Household Furniture iu Cardiff and South VValps. LOWEST PRICES FOR CASH. JOINING ROOM SUITES. FURNITURE From FURNITURE FURNITURE £4 10s Od to FURNITURE FURNITURE 50 Guineas. FURNITURE JJRA WING-ROOM SUITES. FURNITURE From FURNITURE FURNITURE £5 59 Od to FURNITURE FURNITURE 50 Guineas. FURNITURE JgEDROOM SUITE'S FURNITURE From FURNITURE FURNITURE B5 10a Od to FURNITURE FURNITURE 60 Guineas. FURNITURE BEDSTEADS AND JGEDDIISG. I FURNITURE An Enormous FURNITURE FURNITURE Stock to FURNITURE FURNITURE Select From. FURNlWttiO CARPETS AND t) UGS, JJTLOORCLOTHS AND T INOLEUMS. FURNITURE Newest FURNITURE FURNITURE Patterns and FURNITURE FURNITURE Designs. FURNITURE DELIVERY FREE. 5441—12Be ROSS'S ROYAL BELF AS' AERATED TABLE WATERS. AND LIME JUICE CORDIAL, Inquire specially for our GINGER ALE at all Scs class Grocers, Wine Merchants, Chemists, Hotels Restaurants, and Ship Store Dealers. 3907 W.A BOSS ASOtfsS. WWJm ^public Àmltstttttnfs. CARDIFF. THEATRE ROYAL. LESSEE AND MANAGER..MB. EDWD. FLETCHER IMPORTANT ENGAGEMENT FOR THREE NIGHTS AND ONE MATINEE, OF THE EMINENT AUTHOR-ACTOR, MR WILSON JG ARRETT, AND HIS VERY POP ULAR COMPANY, In his latest and greatest success, THE MANXMAN, Dramatised by Wilson Barrett from Hall Caine's Great Novel of the day. SPECIAL NOTICE. Owing to the enormous demand for Seats and the numbers unable to gain admission, THE MANXMAN will be repeated on Saturday evening. Clement Scott says in the London "Daily Telegraph": —" The drama of' TH l MANXMAN contains at least three Of the very finest scenes that have ever been given to modern drama. The conclusion of the. play is to my mind a masterpiece. I can conceive no more beautiful and poetical ending tu a tine drama" Professor Blackie, in the English Illustrated Magazine," says :—" He learned more from one ood play than from ten sermons preached from the pulpit. There are manysuch:plavs which he could look back upon. CLAUDIAN, SISTER MARY (by Clement Scott and WílOll Barrett), and others of Mr Wilson Barrett's plays." TO-NIGHT. BEN-MY-CHREE. FRIDAY, Oct. 19th. The Manxman." SPECIAL NOTICE.—SATURDAY MATINE"E, Oct. 20th, at 2 o'clock. The Manxman." Prices, 6d to 2,. Early doors open 6.30, 6d extra. ordinary doors at 7 commence 7.30. Great Western Railway.—lb-clary, Special Train from Swansea at 2.15; return train, 10.45 p.m. Taff Vale Railway.—To-day, Special Train from Merthyr and Porth; return train at 11 p.m. Box Plan now open at Messrs Thompson & Shackell, Ie Limited, Queen-street, {Cardiff. 1041 MONDAY, OCT. 22nd, Miss Cissie Graliame and Co., in the celebrated Triple Bill, including the famous PANTOMIME REHEARSAL. Monday, Oct. 29, for six nights only, THE PRODIGAL DAUGHTER. RJP H E ] M P I R IL MANAGER. OSWALD STOLL. TO-NIGHT! THE ALBERT & EDMUNDS' TROUPE In THE EJ.OPEMENT." The Horse The Cat! The Dog t The Policeman A tremendous power in the Manufacture of Laughter. Another Great Feature—V I T From the Tivoli, London, in the Routa-Kouta Dance. SPRY and AUSTIN, in their Burlesque Rusticity. THE SANTLEY SISTERS Duettists and J)1\.ncers. TESSIE VANDEAN. An Idyllic Artiste. CHARLES VINCENT, The Eccentric Character Man. THE BORANI BROTHERS, The Disappearing Demons." NEXT WEEK.—The Tilley Sisters, Harry Champion, etc. Dan Leno is Comhig. 2033 GRAND THEATRE, WESTGATE-STREET, CARDIFF. LESSEE AND MANAGER Mr CLARENCE SOUNES. To-night and during the week at 7.30, important ngag6ment of THE MADGE ROCKINGHAM COMPANY, (including several well. known London Artistes) in the Romantic, MtJ5ical Comedy-Drama, entitled A FIGHT FOR FREEDOM." New Scenery and Effects. Sparkling Music, Songs and Dances.. Monday Next, "THE ENEMY'S CAMP." Box plan now open at Messrs Heath's Music Ware. house, Queen-street. 7377 O TOLL RIS PANOPTICON O (Philharmonic Hall and Buildings), CARDIFF. WAXWORK EXHIBITION and NOVELTY PALACE. Return of tlit Royal EPPING FOREST GIPSIES, Who Read tho Palm with the consummate art that real gipsies are masters of. No money to be given by the puSlic. Patrons will receive numbered tickets to take their turn and obviate confusion. The Gipsies commence at One o'clock Daily. Another Leading Feature— THE LIVING DOLL (PRINCESS PAULINA). The Sll1alle"t Woman Alive 1 Literally a Dot of Humanity. Nineteen years old. Speaks four langmiges. Eats four meals daily. Weighs only fiyolbs. Gives an Athletic Performance. On view 2 till 3.30; 4 till 7 and 8 till 10.30. Salect Varieties 011 the te ill Hall at 3 o'clock, 7 o'clock, and 9 o'clock. Chief Item this week—'the Minting Trio, including the celebrated F. Minting. úOe An MISSION-SIXPENCE. 3610 TV Alius GRAND" W AXWORKS^ XJ VICTORIA ROOMS. ST. MARY-ST., CARDIFF. XJ VICTORIA ROOMS. ST. MARY-ST., CARDIFF. CONTINUED AND UNPARALLELED SUCCESS OF GATANELLA, The only genuine Lady Palmist in South Walp". still holds receptions twije daily, viz.)6 2 till 5 and 7 till 10. Seats are 1.e"e.rve1 from 2 till 3 and 7 till 8, Is each. The latest addition, D'Arc'sPatent Illusion, The Demon Swing, all unprecedented novelty. Sensation of Cardiff. Yy&xworks opun an day. Admission as usual. 518 SYVANSEA- F JP 11 E E M P I R E MANAGKH. OSWALD STOLf TO-NIGHT ) NANA and NANO, the Comets; GEORGE LEYTO, the Idol of London. FLO ORMONDE, the Elegant Parisien. TOM OLLlVEc, the Grotesque. LILLY YENTO,Son"tress. ALFCHESTER, "Baby'sFather." ADA TYVTBELL, Male I i;per-onator, aud VENTO NEXT WEEK DAN LENO. 2034 E SWANSEA.] DAN fKBXT WEEK' JBMPsWAksEA. [LENO. NEXT wEEK. EMP|wANsLIAJ LKEXT W £ EK. NEWPORT. RJL H E E M P IRE. MANAGER OSYVALD STOLL. TO-NIGHT The Celebrity MARIE LOFTUS, A Peerless Light Comedy Snsbres. One of the ?;reatest successes ever known in Pantomime at )rury Lane, London; the aio-t successful English Serio-comedy Artiste that ever visited the United States, America the leading Star in the Variety Theatres of the United Kingdom. Varieties by other able artistes. Next week, THE Ai BER i -EDMUNDS' TROUPE, l'he McNaughtons, Vento, etc. Look nnt for DanLeno. 2035 :5;==C_ fiotdz, Hhung-rooms, &r. BOROUGH ARMS HOTEL "AND JL? RESTAURANT, ST. MARY-STRE ET, CARDIFF (Opposite Town-liall). NOW OPEN. SILVER GRILL. LADIES COFFEE ROOM. DINING-ROOM. SNACK BARS, CHARLES DAVIES, PROPRIETOR, LATE OF THE MOUNTV>TUART AND SHIP MOTELS, ))0CKS, CARDIFF*. 7325 IJLSPLANADE HOTEL, PORTH- li CAYVL.—Inclusive Terms from 7s 6d per day Good winter climate. Perfect drainage. Golf. a42d SWANSEA. R. E. 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