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PREPAID ADVERTISEMENTS. I SOlfTa WALES DULY SEWS. wnKrvo Tn„rB. THREE SIX ^4* WOEDS. ONCE. TIM8S TIME3 iO Words 0 6 j 1 0 16^ iO Words 0 6 j 1 0 16^ 30 Words! 091625 lUX TIMES [ II NS" tO Words 1 0 2 0 3 0 "EtfJO." „ 20 Words Fach extra 10 Words 0 3 0 6 0 9 2/6 30 Words SOUTH TTALliS ECHO. ? 3/9 WORDS. ONCE. TllSs. ~7" 40 Words 20 Words 0 6 1 0 1 6 51" Each Extra 30 Words 0 9 1 6 2 3 lOWords 1/" 40 Words 1 0 2 0 3 0 50 Words 1 3 2 6 3 9 50 Words 1 6 3 0 4 6 These chcorfjes apply only to ike classes of Adver- tisement specified beloic, and are strictly confined to those watch are ordered for consecutive insertion, and paid for previous to insertion; if either oj these conditions is not complied with, the Advertise- •>ient will be charocd by the Business Scale:- Apartments, Situations Vacant or Wanted, To bf Let or Sold, Lost Found, and Miscellaneous Wants. Notices of Births, Marriages, and Deaths, Is each, if not øding to wards, and 64 for taeh additional 10 worth. personal. OUR Grandfathers eujoyei' them. The East India Tea Co.'t celebrated old-fashioned Teas purest and cheapest. Direct from the gardens. Agents every- where.—Wholesale, 32, Great St. Helen's, London.6687 SEN SIT IV E. think of the Sunday incident. Could not help myself better next time, love. If ours ever. 393 CJMOKK Archer's "Golden O Tobacco manufactured. 1253 jJtalrimoiual. A nice Young Man, of good address, wishes to hear from a nice Young Lady, with little means new to matrimony most beautiful country and jlimate photo.—Cymro, "Daily News," Cardiff. 28 MATRIMONY. — Two Gentlemen, independent means, wish to correspond with Two Young Ladies photos exchanged—Q 160, Daily News,' Cardiff. 160 M^TRTMON Y.—Orphan Lady (25), feeling lonely i. since death of her mother, now wishes to marry. She has about £11.000 at command.—Miss Jackson, 39, Britannia-street, Gray's Inn-road. London. 634 JRusiraL A PPLICANTS sending replies to Advertisements J\ addressed to initials or fictitious names, at this > ce, are requested not to send original testimonials with their applications, but to enclose copies of estimonials only. DRUM and Fife Band set instruments, complete set eight milit iry field bugles, bagatelle board, Gladstone bag: bargains.—Stanley Cottage, Dunstable. I THIRST Class Cottage Piano, ebony case (by Nën: meyer), price 35 guineas cost 85 guineas must tit) sold.—Edes, Curiosity Shop, Newport. 8735 MISS Astle, after 12 very successful years in Carllilf, l' has much pleasure in announcing that sbe oon- innes giving Lessona on the Pianoforte And 8in¡(in¡!; Penarth visited twice weekly.—Lessons Riven at the residences of pupils, or at 9, The Parade, Newport- oad, Cardiff, close to Taff Vale and Rhymney Stations. l'erms moderate. 1224 Ott M J' !———— J&fiural. SOUTH Wales Nursing Co-Operation, 152, Newport- road, Cardiff.—Medical, Surgical, and Maternity Parses Supplied Day and Night. Telegrams Prompt, Cardiff.' 6419 (Eimrtitxonal. A PPLICANTS sending replies to Advertisements .1 addressed to initials or fictitious names, at this Sice, ire requested not to send original testimonials ivith their applications, but to enclose copies of testi- monials only. A Golden Opportunity. — The European Dress- cutting Association, 53, Queen-street, Cardiff, vill teach ladies the Art of Fitting and to Make a Drew and give the dress material, including European hart, for the inclusive fee of two guineas. Success juaranteed. 201 DAVIES'S Charity School, Trelech.—Wanted, im- mediately, Assistant Mistress, ex-P.T., or qua'i- 3ed female, for infants and sewing, with knowledge of Welsh preferred salary, £ 35.—Apply, with full par- .iculHrs a.nd testimonia.ls, J. E. Richards, GeUywen. St. Clear's. 93 FRENCH, Spanish, Italian, German, Private JL- Tuition Classes. Special Classes for Commercial Correspondence and Conversation. Candidates pre- pared for the Medical, Law, Civil Service. Excise and Customs Examinations Scholarships through the post; Arithmetic. Book-keeping, Shorthand.—Mr W. Haines, Public Translator, 25, Park-street, Cardiff. 853 LANGUAGES, Ancient and Modern.—Dr. Berlin, 46, Alma-street, Newport. Terms moderate. 83'13 SHORTHAND (Pitman's), Evening Lessons.—Pupils taught and qualified for appointments by an xperienced tutor; orally or by post individual tuition, every evening from 7. Corresponding and reporting styles, and speed classes.—Apply Principal, en. De Burgh-street, Riverside, Cardiff. immediately, -30- Schoolmistress for T v Mixed (School (certificated or qualified ex-P.T.); annual salary '£60.-Apply, c., to tbe Merthyr Cynog School Board Clerk, near Brecon. 877 WANTED immediately, ex-P.T. for large Hoys' chool; Churchman salary, £ 55.—Applica- lion", stating age and experience, to Mr J. K. Stone, 39, High-street, Newport, Mon. 3793—594e lost anb JarnttL LI.ANDAFF Pound.—White Mare, 15 hands blgh. t_J Sold October 22nd, at 12 o'clock, if not claimed. —K. Shepstone. 367 LOST, on Sunday last, from Penygraig, a Pony, 13 hands, dark bay, short tail, in foal,—Anyone iving information to Mi1 Gardiner, Pandy Field, Tony- oandy, Glam" will be suitably rewarded. :'95 LO>T, October 13th, dark brown high-bred Mare, about 16 hands, aged very low in the back grazed fetlocks. Whosoever will return same will eeeie £ 1 reward.-S. Hughes, Blackwood. 396 LOST, Brown Retriever, curly coa.t.16-month old answer nam Carlo. Finder rewardoo.-Edward rivans, 112, Penrhiwceiber-road. Penrhiwceiber. 209 STRAYED, two strange Ducks at Mr Carpenter, No. 10. Volunteer-street, Pentre. Ystrad, R.S.O. If not claimed before the 20th they will be sold to iefray the expenses. 166 Donustir ^rirants. A PPLICANTS sending replies to Advertisements addressed to initials or fictitious names, at this office, are requested not to send original testimonials •vithb heit applications, but to enclose copies of testi- rH)1)ia.J9 only- COOK wanted, assistance "given in kitchen, bread j baking, £i8; state age, experience, and refer- inces.—Mrs Bishop, Cwmrythen, Llandovery. 932 GENERAL Servant wanted for business house good character indispensable.—Apply Mrs Lord, High-street, Tenby. 323 GENERAL Servant wanted immediately expe- rienced must be thoroughly clean.—Apply lrs Herbert, Albion House. Penygraig..5 Cs, ENERAL Servant, 8th November clean and X steady good home and wages.—Mrs Baker, forest Farm, Whit-church, Cardiff. 893 ^■TRUSTWORTHY General wanted, one who under- |_ stands plain cooking. Also, good Housemaid, who knows her work.—Apply, stating age, character, ages, Ac., 6, Esplanade, PorthcawL 345^ WANTED, a strong, active Girl. not under 18, as W under Housemaid.—Apply Mrs Duncan, Brony. fiyn, Penarth. 8648 ANTED at once, Young Girl to do housework, W must be clean and respectable.—Apply Mrs hite, 29, Despenser-street, Riverside. 350 WANTED, experienced Mother's Help or staid, reliable Nurse accustomed to infants; three "hildren servant kept.—Mater, "Daily Newt" Office, Newport. 8783 WANTED immediately, an experienced General Servant.-Apply Mrs Forbes, 1, Devon Villas, Court House-street, Pontypridd. 8779 WANTED, General Servant.—Apply Mrs Phillip#, Waungoch House, Blaina. 227 WANTED, a strong Girl as General Servant,! a good character required.—M. H. Powell, Grrocer, Aberdare. 258 WANTED, Good General, washing, and plain vV cooking; good Nurse-housemaid, sewing latisf&ctory references required.—Apply immediately At 136, Newport-road, Cardiff. 146 WANTED, Girl, about 17. to assist in housework TV fond of children.—Apply 106, Cottrell-road, oatb, Cardiff. 40 WAN lED, General Servant plain cooking and baking no washing or boots also House- maid state age, wages, Ac.—Harris, Daily News," wansea. 8739 WANTED, clean respectable Girl, about 18, for TV public-house; wages, £10 a.nd all found.— Vpply White Lion, Nora-street, Roath. 959 WANTED, good Generals, also Nurse House- V V maids, at once good wages. Also good Cooks. -23, Richards-terrace, Roath. 960 WANTED, a General Servant able to do plain cooking well an ea.rly riser wages, £14.- Vpply Metropolitan Bank, High-street, Swansea. 8693 WANTED, good General Servant; able to do plain W cooking; good references required.—Apply Commercial Hotel. Treliarria. t-Jb Situations Eacattf. PPLICANTS sending replies to Advertisements CTL addressed to initials or fictitious names, at this >ffice, are requested not to send original testimonials tfith their applications, but to enclose copies of testi- monials only. N Apprentice wanted by Messrs A. and G. Taylor, Photographers, Duke-street, Cardiff no pre- nlum required personal applications only on Monday ind Tuesday, 22nd, 23rd inst., 9 to 6. 10 BOOT Trade?—Wanted, Young Man for While You t) Wa.it; wages ass per week.—Apply at once, 13, Navies-street. Brynmawr. 937 RKWING Trade.—No better opportunity has been offereù to a youn £ maD to learn te whole -uutixe of tbb business for a moderate premium than .he present vacancy in a brewery where only one pupil taken under the care of a brewer of known repute.— V. M., 19, Southwark-street, Borough, London. 743 BUTCHERS—Wan ted, Experienced Shop and )LF Slaughterman steady single to live in econd hand kept.—Apply, with reference Italing Peadiick, Tosypandy, ftb9»4dfc j!0o ipLECTRICAL Engineering.— Sydney F. Walker,and (1. Co. have a Vacancy for one Articled Pupil,— Cardiff Electrical Works, Cardiff. 335 €1 ROCERY — Haulfer Wanted immediately state tT particulars.—S. N. Jones, Abertillery. 889 HAIRDRESSERS.—Wanted a youth who can jLjL shave and cut hair. about 18.—Apply, stating wages required, Whitney, 101, High-street, Blaenavon. HAIRDRESSERS.—Wanted immediately, Gent.'s [I. Hands, to manage small business.—Address Wm. Williams, 50, Wcrn-tfrrace. Clydach Vale, Rlsondda. 207 HAIRDRESSERS.—Wanted at once, smart Youth able to cut hair and shave; |state wages.— JtjL able to cut hair and. shave; jstate wages.— Peters, Hairdresser^Commercial-road, Newport, Mon. MASONS. —Wanted 8 or 10 good Hands at once.— 1.' Apply W Ilhams and Sons, New Tredegar. 23 PLASTERERS.—Wanted Two good steady Men.— JL Apply Jones, Plasterer, Treherbert; or on the Job at Regent-street, Treorky. 320 employ- JL ment, are requested to wait on the Secretary or Relieving Officer. 8665 PORK Butcher.—Wanted at once, an experienced Jt Man, well up in small goods.—Apply E. J. Poole, 285, Bute street, Cardiff 957 SADDLERS.—Wanted a Man well up in gig harness )k7 and riding saddle panels town trade constant work; must produce first c1ns references. Abo one for heavy work and col1armaking.-Matthews, 39, < oni- mercial-road, Tredegar. 263 SANITARY Inspectorships.—Several vacancies. All wantin Inspectorships or aesiring Sanitary Diploma for buiness purposes should obtain Sanitary lnstitute's Certificate. Special winter postal course now commencing for 1895 Exams. Fee. 25s. At late exam". 11 of the 18 Miccessinl candidates had been prepared by me.Apply Robert Alushens, Sanitary Science Teacher, Sunderland. 390 rj^AILORS.—A good General Hand wanted.—Apply I Berryman, Cefn, Merthyr. 387 TO Painters.—Wanted at once, Two Plain Brush Hands only steady young men need npply.-R. Williams, Decorator, L!¡tndilo. 184 TO Tailors.—Good Coat Hands wan:ed.—Rees, 51, JL Castle-road, Cardiff. 134 WANTED, smart, clean Lad for Bakehouse good f opportunity to Jearn the trade; must be able to mould,-Ha.ms, 90, Broadway. 316 WANTED, first-class Baker for Confectionery must be well up in small goods also Van Improves— Apply, with references, Russell, Confec- tionery Works, Swansea. 8788 WANTED at once, an Under-Waitress good character indi"pensable.-Personal applica- tion at Boot Hotel, Aberciare. 8773 WANTED, Young Man, 18 to 20 years of age, to f assist in stables, etc.-Apply Harris, 144, High- street, Merthyr. 187 "^STANTICD, good Black Picklèr; none but sober, f f steady men need apply to R. Rosser, Son and Co., Cilfrew, Neath. 953 WANTED at once, Nine Walling Masons good W wages. Apply personally Skowen Incline, Neath. 10'1 WANTED, a. Check weigher at the South Pit, Plymouth Colliery winding of coal, 8G0 tons per day. State salary and character. All tenders must be in hand before October 24th, 1894.—Apply to Benjamin James, 17, Upper Mount Pleasant, Troeiiy- rhiw, R.S.O. 437 W ANTED, a single Young Man, accustomed to farm work and butchering to live in.—Write X 739, "Daily News" Office, Cardiff. 739 WORKING Foreman.—Wanted, practical and experienced Man to take charge of about 30 or 40 men sanitary plumbing, gas, bells, fitting, and general work of an ironmonger's shop; a permanency for a fully qualified man; preference given to one who thoroughly understands high and low pressure, hot water heating: all communications received in strict conftdence.-St&te age, wages required, qualifications, experience, and references, W. A. Baker and Co., Iron- mongers, Newport, Mon. 381 £ 2 Weekly Upwards may be realised by either sex, without hindering occupation.—For sampled (returnable), Ac., enclose addressed envelope to Evans, Watts, and Co. (P. 137), Merchants, Bir- mingham. This is genuine. 632 "bl1P ^ssiaiattts. APPLICANTS sending replies to Advertisements j"jL addressed to initials or fictitious names, at this office, are requested not to send original testimonials with their applications, but to enclose copies of testimonials only BOOT Trade. — Experienced Salesman wanted Welsh good window aad door dresser indispen- sable state salary nnd experience.—McAvera, Swansea. DRAPERY.—Wanted, Young Lady tor Fancy JLJ' good saleswoman, Ac. full particulars. —Phillips and Co., 142-4, Commercial-road, Newport. 8807 DRAPERY.—Wanted immediately, a smart push- JLJ' ing Hand, of not less than 8 years' experieuce; must be good w'ndow dresser Welsh slate age, salary, experience, and length of time in last two situations.—Apply C. M. Williams, Aberystwyth. 243 DRAPERY.—Wanted immediately, a sharp Junior also respectable Youth as Apprentice.—Apply to II. B. Davies, Nantymoet. 213 DRAPERY.—Wanted, a Young Lady as Milliner, able to eer, e; state s:1 lary and rcference.-A. O. Miles, 2, Bute-street, Cardiff. 12) DRAPERY.—Wanted, immediately. an Apprentice, JLJ' also an Improver (Welsh)—Apply, stating par- ticulars, to B. R. Evans, Ammanford. 90 ROCERY.—Improver wanted indoors; full par- JC ticulars in first letter.—Apply D. Elias, Bridge- street, Cardiff. 392 ROCEHY.-Apprentice wanted for the Grocery JT and Provision Trade; indoors.—Apply D. Elias, Bridge-street, Cardiff, 391 (\ ROCERY.—W. Pegler and Son have a Vacancy Tf for a Smart Boy as Apprentice.—Apply, by letter, W. Pegler & Son, Abergavenny. 328 GROCERY.—Wanted immediately, a smart, push- ing; V oung Man for a cash trade; mu4 be a particularly good hand in solicltinfr, and make himself generally useful.—Apply Phillips, Post Office, Blaenllechau. 318 /"G ROCERY.—Wanted (indoors), a strong, obliging VX Young Man (able to carry flour), about 18 years cfage, to take charge of horse and cart, deliver bread, and assist in warehouse.—Apply, with references (state wages), Daniel and Son, Pontypool. 80 g ROCERY.—Wanted, a Young Man (indoors), de- VJT hver goods and make himself useful.—Apply, at once, E. J. Hopkins, Glynneath. 100 ROCF.RY.—Wanted, sharp Lad to look after pony 1J' and deliver groceries indoors.-Apply T. Griffiths and Co., St. Thomas, Swansea. 8744 (-'1 ROCERY.—Wanted, Two smart Men, one as JC Haulier and other for Warehouse must under- stand their business, and give undeniable references. -Give age andnerï.n_co Leake1.Co" la. GROCERY and Provisions.—Wanted at once, smart Junior indoors. must be strong and active god referne.-=Griffith Evans, Pontypridd. 0799 GROCERY and Provision Trade.—Wanted, strong Lad as Apprentice; must know Welsh.—Apply Wm. Harris, 144, High-street, Merthyr. 188 GROCKRY and Provisions.—Wanted at once, smart Junior; indoors; good references.—Apply, full particulars or personally, R. Morris, Blackwood, Mon. (S ROCERY and Provisions.—Wanted, at once, 1f smart Improver, indoors.—Apply, with full par- ticulars, to D. Jonts, Maerdy Stores, Maerdy, Rhondda. 928 ROCERY and Provisions.—Wanted at once, JC smart Junior, indoors good references.—Apply, full particulars, or personally, Thomas Price, Circle, Tredegar. 807 HOSIERS and Outfitters.—Thos. Hawkins has an JLJL opening for respectable Youth as Apprentice Welsh premium.—Bon Marche, Neath. 934 lEWIS, Lewis. anflJCo., Drapers, Swansea, requie J a Junior Assistant for the gents' mercery Welsh. 831 'i MILLINERY.—Wanted, Apprentices.—Apply Paris House, 91A, Cardiff-road, Aberaman. 884 OUTFITTERS.—Wanted, a smart Junior to live out.—Apply to W. Rees, Neath 216 OUTFITTING. — Wanted immediately, a good Junior Hand; Welsh.—Apply to D. James, Outfitter, Llanelly. 327 WANTED, smart Junior as Salesman in Cabinet Vv Furnishing Department.—Apply James Colmer, Limited, Bath. 326 WANTED, a Young Man with good character to drive out grocery, Ac.—Apply, stating salary (indoors), W. Thomas, Aberbeeg, Mon 275 W ANTED at once, well educated Youth as an TV apprentice to the grocery trade.—Scudamoro and Co., Supply Stores, Blackwood. 276 WANTED immediately, a steady Young Man for TY the Drapery. — Apply to II. Thomas, Golden A nchor, Carmarthen. 301 WANTED, a competent Man for the Grocery and W Provision Trade.—David Davies, 2, Canon street, Aberdare. 52 WANTED, a thoroughly experienced Dressmaker 1' also Milliner.—Apply, with full particulars, to T. Evan". Temple of Fashion, Tonypandy. 54 WANTED, a smart young Man for Ready-Mades, able to dress window, with 5 or 6 years' experi- euce; must give full particulars.—T. W. Beveridge, Abergavenny. 896 good, smart Hand for the r Grocery and Provision Trade attentive and obliging to customers well up in soliciting; Welsh good wages for a suitable man.-Evans A Co., Royal Stores, Ferndale. 832 W ANTED, an Apprentice for the Ironmongery Trade well educated.—Apply J. Williams, Ironmonger, Ponlardulais. 8557 Cltltrks, J&attag*rs, &r. APPLICANTS sending replies to Advertisements addressed to initials or fictitious names, at this office, are requested not to send original testimonials with their applications, but to enclose copies of testi- monials only. ("^LERK. — Married Man, aged 25, seeks Clerkship j shorthand, 100; good penman no previous ex- perience good testimonials salary, 25s.—Apply W. Morgans, Clay Ford. Saundersfoot. 374 tAr-' JlgeitCMS, tlrahtlltrs. &c. APPLICANTS sending replies to Advertisements addressed to initials or fictitious names, at this office, are requested not to send original testimonials with their applications, but 0 enclose copies of tegti- Ia only. AGENTS wanted, whole or spare time the best paying agency going constant income assured particulars free, also pocket rubber stamp of your name and address.—Richards, 44, Snow-hill, London. AOENTS, Travellers, and Canvassers wanted S2 per week and commission.—Pendlcbury and Co., Canonbury, London. 853 AGENTS wauted.—Country Tailors, Drapers, and others wanted to represent the woll-known Advertising Firm of Tailors, VVoolf Bros particulars on application. —Address Agency, Woolf Bros., 57. Barbi. can, London, E.C. 151 a GENTS VVanted.—Jewellery, watches, pipes, clothing, toys, hardware, furniture, wringers, harmoniums. Wholesale book free.—Henry May, Birmingham. 544 BOILER Disincrustant.—Wanted, by a firm of 20 JD years' standing, an Agent or Representative in vacant districts in the Cardiff and Swansea districts, to sell the most successful article in the market.— Address Boiler, Box 52,248, Smith's Advertising ency, 132, Fleet-street, London, E.C. 589 NERGETIC Ladies Wanted to represent Euro- pean Dresscutting Association in Cardiff and every town in South Wales.—Apply 53, Queen-street, Cardiff. 286 MARGARINE.—Travellers wanted (by Finn of high JLvJL standing). East Glamorgan, West GlamorgaiK nouthshire, Somersetshire, Gloucestershire, and Herefordshire must have connection exceptional terms.—Apply, in confidence, D 357, "Daily News," Cardiff. 357 MASON'S Essence of Beef and Invalid Specialities. I'JL Largely advertised. Traveller wanted for South \&.101 011 Car- IWL ? ¡- PEARL Life Assurance Co. (Limited).—Wanted, a )L respectable energetic Man as Collector for a good Book at Milford Haven salary and commission. Also for Newcastle Emlyn salary and commission. Also foil or spare time men at Llandyssil, St. Clear's, Llanboidy, Maenclochog, and St. David's.—Apply to J. Griffiths, District Superintendent, Dimond-street, Pembroke Dock. 49 rpEA.-Wanted, energetic Man. calling upon private _1 buyers and small grocers liberal term. to one with good connection security necessary state age, experience. ground covered.—Paklin, Deacon's, Leadenhall-street, London. 806 WANTED, several smart, pushing Men as Special TT Canvassers, for Welsh and English Counties; salary and commission permanency.—George Simp- son, Pontypridd. 8747 WANTED immediately, Representatives fõi- I TT Gaedke's high-cla s Cocoa commission basis. —State full particulars in confidence, E. 358, "Daily News," Cardiff. 353 WANTED, first-class Man, to introduce a com- paratively New Publication in Cardiff; only competent canvassers need apply; to a good man who can introduce sound business commission would be 1\ secondary matter.—Apply F. 8738, "Daily News," Cardiff. 8738 Situations Matrtffc. BAKERS.—Wanted, by Young Man, Situation. Single or Second good reference from Feb- ruary state terms.—W. Webb, 6, Circus-street, Greenwich. 241 BAKETRS.—Confectioner seeks Situation; first, second, single, bread, cake, smalls, hot-plate goods; good references.—Cetta, 78, Cnurch-road, Newport. 3767 IMPROVER wants Work in engineer's shop vice JL and drilling machine or lathe.—Address Payne, 11, OnHlow,road, Richmond. 388 LADY (27) seeks Engagement to Assist in Bar of JLj good Hotel willing to give little time.—R. Litigodell, Cavendish-road, Bournemouth. 164 SITUATION wanted as Engine-driver or Fireman thorough experience also total abstainer.- Write 3, Plantation-terrace, Aberdare Junction. 8765 SITUATION required by Butcher's Son as Second in "Shop round not objected to. Preference given for a frozen meat stores highest references.—Y. 302, Daily eWiI Office, Cardiff. 302 rpO Master Bakers.-Young Man requires Situation I as Second or Single Hand; well up in both branches good references.—Apply to W. Page, car. of R. Jones, Castle, Rhayader. 165 TO Master Bakers.—Wanted, Situation as Second Hand or good Third • age 22 good reference.— J. Hosking, 54, Wheat field-terrace, Carmarthen-road, Swansea. 8762 mo Master Tailors.—Situation wanted by re-pect- 1 able .young Man as General Hand.—Apply A. Saunders, 1, Beach-terrace, Porthcawl. 872 WANTED, situation as Housekeeper or Com- TT panion Help by highly respectable person thorough needlewoman, domesticated references.- Nalley Farm, St. Catherine's, Bath. 748 Rousts, &.c., anttlr. WANTED to purchase, House in Kincraig-street, Arran-street, or Keppoch-street, Roath, Cardiff. —Write Y 744. Daily News," Cardiff. 744 fat -Houses, ftantr, &t. FOR Sale, four Cottages in Pontypridd-street.— Apply Slee, 86, Diana-street, Roath. 982 FOR Sale, attractive private House, with large i* AVorkshop ttachel1 suit carpenter or mechanic the house is situate at 44, Severn-road, Canton.—For particulars apply W. Gill, 119, St. Mary-st., Cardiff. 1710U Sale, No. 27, Windsor-place.—For terras, Ac., J and application to view, apply to W. C. Clarke and Dovey, 31, Queen-street, Cardiff. 7274 1.E11 bt s, lEanfc, &c. DYNAS Powis.—TO Let or Sold, semi-detached Villa; eight rooms, bathroom, etc. good gar- den near station.—D. 354, "Daily News," Cardiff. 354 Ij^XCKLLENT Tack for Sheep, Cattle, or Horses, li well sheltered and good winter keep at Naviga- tion.—Lewis, Timber Merchant, Pontypridd. 169 OirWRNISHED and UNFURNISHED Resi- dences, Cardiff and Penarth, see Messrs S. Hern and Pertwee's .&egister.-94 ,St. Mary-Et., Cardiff 1049 l-I- OUSE-to Lot, No. 36, Eldon-road also 16. Davis- street.—Apply 107, Tudor-road, Cardiff. 148 TO Let, 44, Albany-road 3, 15, 19, Dalton-street JL 130,132, Castle-road all baths.—Inquire 138, Cast.le-road. 293 rjno Let, 72, Stacey-road, Roath.—Apply D. Williams, 1 Consulate-chambers, Docks, Cardiff. 171 mo Let, Villa in VVhitchurch-road nine rooms, two X w.c.'s most healthy position.—Write G. 13, Echo" Office, Cardiff. 13 f ff^tO Let, Hereford Villa, Flint-street, near Roath JL Park 10 rooms, rent 128 and rates.Inquire 34, Gordon-road, Ca ditf. 979 ,1"° Let, Woodfiuld Park, Blackwood contains I dining, drawing, morning rooms and study, kitchen, scullery, dairy, all necessary offices on ground floor 9 bedroom-, boxroom, bath and dressing- rooms, also !IIemi-rletached offices, stabling for 3 horses, 4 cowstalls, coach-house, harness-room, bath, Ac., large garden, entrance lodge, and 19 acres of park 15 millutes to Great Western or North-Western Stations. Apply L. D. Nicholl, 4, Trinity-place, Swansea. 828 (t11 &r. HOUSE and Shop to be Let or Sold central posi- tion, Strand, Ferndale. — Apply Davies, 2, Church-street, Ferndale. 319 MAESTEG.—To Let, Shop and Dwelling-house in centre of large population. — Apply Thomas Rees, Garnlwyd, Maesteg. 375 NEWPORT.—To be Let, Suite of Offices, four rooms and Lavatory centrally situated in Tredetrar- pla.ce.-Particulars of Manager, Daily News" Office, Newport. 1212 ri~!0 Let, with immediate possession, Butcher's 1 Shop, with house, *>ork business, fit up with slabs, tiles, fittings complete; sausage machine, with filler and block at valuation.—;1, Main-street, Cadoxton. 322 TO Let, Rooms as Offices above II South WaleR Daily JL News' Office, St. Mary-street.—Apply "Daily News," Cardiff. 15306 4550 r JIO Let (immediate possession), Shop and Dwelling, I 132, Castlo-road, Cardiff suit butcher or pork butcher.—Inquire 138, Castle-road. 294 rno Let (immediate possion),-Sloop and Dwelling, 150, Castle-road suit flshmolll{er, greengrocer, fruiterer, poulterer, Ac.—Apply 138, Castle-road. 291 TO Let, good Corner Shop, House, and Bakery, on corners Dalton-street and May-street, Cathays. —Apply 138, Castle-road. 292 mO Let, attractive Shop, Housej and Bakehouse in I good locality doing good living trade in bread, cake, and confectionery stock at valuation lease if required.—K. 31, Echo Office, Cardiff. 31 TO Let, Shop, Dwelling-house, and Stable corner JL of Robert-street and Kanny-street, Cathays.— Apply Coles, 258, Cowbridge-road, Canton. J83 WELL-enclosed Yard and Buildings to be had on V T lease and moderate terms suitable for en- gineering or similar purpose with aiding, etc. adjoin- ing Docks, Newport.—Apply Joseph Heald, Rolling Stock Works, Cardiff. 1259 220, Bute-road. — Three-stalled Stable and Loft, Workshop with bench a.nd vice, or Store, 21 by 21. -Inquire above. 33 ^Susntmus far Disposal. A General Ironmongery Business to be disposed of establi hed over 60 years extensive premises, near the market; in one of the best positions in a large town in Wales; stock reduced to suit purchaser can have lease of premises if required.—Enquire Iron, Sooth Wales Daily News Office, Cardiff. 217 BARGAIN. — Tobacconist, Stationery, and News JO Agency Business main thoroughfare; fixtures £25 stock by valuation.—Powell, Roach, and Co., St. John-street, Cardiff. 282 CARDIFF.—Fish,Fruit, and Greengrocery Business 'J for Disposal. Stok, fixtures, including pony, cart and harness, B20 to immediate purchaser takings £6 per week.—Powell, 8, St. John's-square, Cardiff. 801 FOR Sale, wholesale and retail Sweet and Sugar JL' Boiling Business, with Tobacconist's attached, with double-fronted shop low rent; situated in main street of a good colliery district, with splendid whole- sale connection. Horse and Van, and about £ 4C0 of good stock of saleable goods doing good trade; could easily be doubled the wholo to be disposed of iu good working order as a going concern, with all fixtures and utensil8; rroof and satisfactory reason given for sell. ing.—Apply Confectionery, "Echo," Cardiff. 867 l^TEAL, J., 98, Victoria-street, Bristol, has for Dis. 1A posal Grocery, Provision, Tobacconists, Fried Fish, Toy, General Refreshments, from £20 and upwards. 382 PASTRYCOOK and Confectionery Business, return JL nearly £1,000 per annum all retail family trade lease 7% years incoming low easy terms if desired for part purchase money.—C. H. Chirers, 76, Stokes Croft, Bristol. 722 IBitsitusa lBremísts 'tt'ltlanttb. SHOP and Premises in or near High-strnet, Dowlais, for Provision Trade, or take over good business. —Terms to W. 255, Doily News," Cardiff. 255 $1ublir Houses. A BERGAVENNY, Monmouthshire.—To be Let, /JL tbe double licensed llouse known as "The Tudor Arms," for the last nine years ill the occupation of 1\Ir J. L. Watkins, who has done a lucrative business there. Rent moderate lease for 7, 14, or 21 years at option of tenant Tied for wine, beer, and spirits to a respectable brewer at ordinary trade prices imme- diate possession.—Apply to Messrs Straker and Sons, Auctioneers, Abergavenny. 7152 BEERHOUSE to Let, Newport, main street.—For particulars, Ac., apply J., "Echo" Office, Newport. 8768 CARDIFF Dock. — Cheapest and best Double- \_y Licensed House ever offered to Let long lease. —Apply personally, W. Gill, above address. 6989 dCENTRE of Cardiff. Grand Free Double-Licensed House to Let opportunity seldom met with long lease.—W. Gill, above address. 6989 FOR Disposal, the Lease and Goodwill of a. Free Double-Licensed House, near Pontypridd, upon the main thoroughfare (If the Rhondùa Valley fur- niture and fixtures to be taken at a. valuation. The premises are held for a term of 21 years, from the 1st day of October, 1887.—For further particulars apply to Messrs Grover and Grover, Solicitors, Pontypridd and Cardiff. 8725 FOR Sale.—To Capitalists only.—Centre of Cardiff. 7 Free Double-L censed Hotel, doing an aveiage trade of £100 weekly ground rent under £20 per annum —W. Gill, above address. 6989 MAIN thoroughfare, Cardiff.—Handsomely-fitted Single-Licensed House to Let good trade; low rent.—Apply personally, W. Gill, above address. 6989 NEAR AbertiUery. — One of the best Double Licensed Houses to Let in this important colliery district; long lease moderate rent: takings about JB50 weekly.—Apply personally, W. Gill, Hotel Broker, 119, St. Mary-street, Cardiff. 69 ONLY £ 200.—Near Cardiff.—Nice little Double- Licensed Public-House to Let: immediate pos- session long lease.—W. Gill, above address. 6989 UBURBS of Cardiff.—To Let, handsomely-fitted, lO practically free, Double-Licensed House, taking £ 30 weekly long lease.—Gill, above address. 6989 TO Let, Star Inn, Forestfach, near Swansea 1011- JL licensed good trade.—Apply Wm. Hancock and Co., Ltmited, 4, Cambrian-place. Swansea. 8764 20 Yeara* Lease of a. Beerhouse (established beforo I 1869) in one of the busiest thoroughfares in Car- diff doing a good trade immediate possession.—For particulars a^ly to Mr Ge<jrgq SeUsiter, 38. St. JEitrfriiutg, ffiools, &c. JpECKETT AND SONS. LOCOMOTXVE J^NGINB jgUILDEBS, BRISTOL, Have a Large Stock of NEW LOCOMOTIVES of various sizes with all the latest improvements) ready for immediate delivery. Full particulars on application. Locomotives thoroughly repaired with promptness and despatch. 1081 (CIRCULAR Saw Benches in stock to take 30, 36, 42, j and 54 inch saws new or secondhand.—Priestley, Engineer, Gloucester. 162 FOR Sale, Colliery Drum, 6ft. diameter, about 2ft. 6in. wide, wrought, iron shaft, brake, plummer blocks, brasses, pump crank, Ac. complete; 600ft. wire rope; both practically new.—Apply Hampton, Swansea. 8707 STEAM Pump, Clyde," capacity, 12,000 to 18,0 6 gallona-per hour; also new Rotary Pump (engine combined), 15,000 gallons.—Priestley, Gloucester. 161 TANKS.— Double-flue Boiler. 23ft. by 6ft. 6in. JL diameter, £2210s. egg-end Boiler, 30ft. by 6ft., £26; one small Square Tank, wrought iron, B10 Horizontal Engine, 12in. cylinder 8,000 feet balk Timber 5 tons Piling Shoes, suit Contractors Port- able Engine, Mortar Mill and Belt complete, To be seen at Clarence Wharf, Newport, Mon. 297= THE Directors of the Brecon and Merthyr Railway JL Company have for Sale a Six-wheel-coupled Saddle Tank Engine, built by Sharp, Scewait, and Co., with a short wheel base .and cast-iron brake blocks acting on each wheel, well suited for collieries or iron- works cylinders 17 inches diameter by 24 inchee stroke wheels, 4 feet 53,4 inches diameter 140 brass tubes, new in January, 1893 copper fire-box weight in working order, 38 tons; tank, 800 gallons. The engine is in good working older, and can be seen at the Company's Shops at Machen. Tenders for purchase of same to be lodged with II. R. Price, Esq., Secretary, 132, Palmerston-buildings, Old Broad-street, London, not later than Saturday, the 27th instant. The Directors do not bind themselves to accept the highest or any Tender.—For further particulars apply to G. C. Owen, Machen. 8724 V L S O M E T i B S~ 1. (FOR SALE OR HIRE) TWO NO. 11. ONE NO. 7. THREE NO. 5. ONE NO. 4. All in excellent order, fitted with foot-valves and strainers, also a length of suction-pipe; ready for prompt delivety. Prices and particulars on application to CHARLES D. PHILLIPS. NEWPORT. MON. Telegrams MACHINERY, Newport. National Telephone No. 18. 7930 Uirytbs, drirgrUs, &r. M ORRIS O ROS., eve Lf-W 0 RK S, PONTYPRIDD. rfji2,000 Worth of Cycles and ChUdren's Horses, Ac. HW We offer the best show. We have taken the lead in South Wales for 2C years, and cannot be beaten. Repairs of all kinds promptly at trade prices. Tool Bag, Spanner,, or Bell, post free, Is stamps. Also. a S10 Accident Insurance Coupon free to all buyers this month. Best Safety Lamp at 3s 6d, post free. 1186 AFETY genuine bargain pneumatio double tube tyres weight 30ibs very latest pattern listed £ 10, never used guaranteed cash appro- val with pleasure no use to present owner.—5, Regent-street, Weston-super-Mare. 277 SAFETY, 1894, Dunlop Detachable Pneumatic, well- .known makers latest improvements £ 10 10s cost £ 26.-15, "Daily News" Office, Cardiff. 944 AFETY Sudden Detachable Pneumatic Diamond O quite new latest improvement; £8 10s worth News" Office, Cardiff. 947 SAFETY Pneumatic Humber pattern diamond unsoiled ball head balls everywhere B7; worth £ &).—14, "Daily News" Office, Cardiff. 948 TO Racing Men and Tourists.—Write for our illustrated list of tho famous Defiance Cycles, which are the fastest cycles for road and path, as ridden by all fhe cracks of Wales. Repairs promptly attended to at moderate charges. Large quantity of seoond-haml safeties always in stock. Lists free.— Arthur Williams and Co., Defiance Cycle Works, Glanamman. 6594 Wiagotts aitfr QtDllítty SUquisxtrs. RAILWAY WAGONS for Hire or Sale. Cash or deferred payments.—The Midland Railway Car riageand Wagon Company, Limited, Midland Works Birmingham 1082 RAILWAY Wagons and Locomotives.—The Cardiff Rolling Stock Co. (J. Heald) always have good Second-hand Wagons and Loco.'s in Stock, and New Wagons in process of bnilding.—Works and Offices, hast Moors, Cardiff. 2S07 THE BUTE WORKS SUPPLY COMPANY JL CARDIFF. Telephone No. 45 (Post Office and National). Telegrams Getliing, Cardiff. WAGONS.—New to Litest Regulations, 50 with one end, two side, and two bottom doors, wheels with wrought bosses, large capacity (12in. longer and 4in. deeper thau usual), ready for lettering. One Hundred and Fifty New to latest regulations, one end and two side doors, sides and ends 3in. red deals, all inside under-frame timbers of English Oak; delivery, about fifteen per week. commencing forthwith. Fifty End Tip 10-ton Coal Wagons to New Regulations, equal to now, prompt delivery. LOCOMOTIVES.—One good second-hand Saddle Tank.Loco, six wheels coupled, ready for instant work, and cheap for cash or three years' purchase lease, 14-in. Cylinders, by Avonside Knglne Company, now at Cardiff. RAILS.—Bridge, 14 to 120 lbs. per yard Flange, 10 to 100 Ibs. per yard Double Head, 30 to 82 Ibs. per yard and Bull Head, 50 to 96 lbs. per yard. SLEKPERS.—Wood, Iron, and Steel. A quantity of Metre Gauge Steel Sleepers for sale, cheap. PORTABLE RAILWAY.— £ 11 per 100 Yards of Rail- way (Steel Rails and Iron Sleepers) complete. 3-TON CRANE.- Nearly New, on trolley; 4ft. 8,in gauge. EARTH WAGONS.—75 side-tipping, 30in. gauge, steel wheels, and steel axles. BRICKS.—Fire and Building Bricks. 1160 Horns, iltt (tardft9ts. BREEDERS, Owners, and Fanciers should use JL) Jeyea* Fluid, he standard coal tar disinfectant (non-poisonous) makes an excellent wash for horses and other animals cures mange, eczema, distemper, and all skin diseases. Jeyes' Veterinary Ointment readily heals all cuts, sores, or wounds, and should be usd in conjunction witb Jeyes' Flnid. SoM by all chemists, oilmen, and stores. Head Office, 43, Cannon- street, London. 8039 ClARRLAGE Lamps.—Inspection invited.—Best se- j lected Stock in the West.—C. rl. Gnrnsey's Carri- age Lamp Works, Merchant-street. Bristol. 8232 FOR Sale, excellent 4-wheel Dogcart, nearly new, Jt' complete order very light running and strong either single or double pnce £ 17.—Apply Messrs Bland and Son, Carriage Works, Haverforawest.7772 17IOR Sale, Roan Cart Mare, very active, about 15.2, five off capital worker -Spillers and Bakers, Limited. 816 FOR Sale, nearly new Snrrey Car, painted blue, J- cloth cushions, brass lamps and fittings, foot rest, and indiarubber mats, in capital condition suit cob 13.2.—Apply Fuller Birtill and Company, Hope- street, Cardiff. 7915 EW Patent Char-a-Banc, or Omnibus, designed and patented by John Marston and Co., Carriage Builders, Bradford-street, Birmingham forms Char- a-Banc, waggonette or omnibus, light and elegant; drawing free; easy terms. N.B.—Anyone infringing this valuable patent will be proceeded against for damages. 406 PIG and Poultry Food.—A few tons kiln-dried im- perfect wheat, 45s per ton cash, on rail or steamer, Liverpool.Apply to Peter White, Corn Merchant, Liverpool.: 244 POULTRY, Pigeon, Bird, Dog, Horse, and Cattle t. Food.- Write for prices and samples to Noah Rees and Son, Hay. Corn, and Seed Merchants, Cardiff. SADDLERY Company, Alexandra-road, Swansea.— Largest manufacturers <>f hand-sown Harness in Wales; trade supplied single set at wholesale prices. SORE Shoulders, Sora Backs, &c., quickly cured by Condy's Fluid. Veterinary book free from 83, Tuinmill-street, E.C. Horses suffering from wounds, cuts, bruises, broken knees, cracked heels, grease, or thrush cured in a few hours by bathing the parts affected with Condy's Fluid (diluted). It makes the hair grow where rubbed off. Prices, 8oz., Is 20oz., 2s. Of all Chemists. 8301 TO Bakers.—Wanted, a Second-hand 4-wheel jL (light) Bread Van, cheap.—Send price to Bread, "South Wales Daily News," Cardiff. 10 VETERINARY Book free, containing full directions V for curing diseases of hones, dogs, cattle, sheep, Eigs, from Condy's Fluid Works, 83, Turnmill-street, ondon, E.C. 8301 Jor Hal*iHisallatteous. A Bargain.—Table Knives.—A lady offers 3-guinea J\ set for 18s 6d 12 large, 12 small, meat carvers, steel; best white pinned balance handles, by eminent Sheffield makers; unsoiled approval; paid.—Mrs U., 19, Charles-street, Norwich. A TTRACTIVE Gfend Bargains.—Forfeited at Fligelstone's, in gold and silver, costly Diamond and Gem Rings and Jewellety. 8752 ATTRACTIVE &rg3in.-FlIgelstone has forfeited ./TL Gent's 18ct. English Gold Hunter Lever, cost £20, only 8gs. 8752 ATTRACTIVE Bargain.—Fligelstone has forfeited Lady's handsome Gold Watch, enamelled, back set witb diamonds, only 8752 ATTRACTIVE Bargains.—Ladv's Diamond Engage- ment Ring, cost 5gs. Fligelstone's price, 2gs. A TTRACTIVE Bargain.—Fligelstone has forfeited I1. Gent's 1Bet. Go'd English Lever, cost S20, only 7gs. 8752 ATTRACTIVE Bargains.—Fligelstone has forfeited Gent's 18ct single stone Diamond Ring worth 5 gnineas, only 3 guineas. 8762 ATTRACTIVE Bargains.—Fligelstone has forfeited Gent's Gold Knot Ring, 10s very heavy grand ring. 8752 ATTRACTIVE Bargains.—Fligelstone has forfeited Gent's Solid Gold Curb Albert, hall marked every link, 42s. 8752 A TTRACTIVE Bargains.—Handsome presents for lady. Solid Gold Bangle, 12s Diamond Brace- leClS guineas.—Fligelstone's. 8752 ATTRACTIVE Bargains. — Fligelstone has for- feited Gent's Gold Keyless Lever cost lOgns. new only 3 guineas. 8752 A TTRACTIVE Bargains.—Fligelstone has forfeited Gent's Gold (open curb) Albert, very heavy, only 50s. 8752 A TTRACTIVE Bargain.—Fligelstone has forfeited J\ Lady's 4gn. Gold Watch, only 21s. Handsome Dargaln. 8752 A TTRACTIVE Bargains.—Watches I Watchos II J\ Watches I 11 Fligelstone has forfeited Silver vers, from 10s Silver Watches, from 6s. 8752 A TTRACTIVE Bargain.—Fligelstone has forfeited Gent's Gold Albert, hall marked, 35s; cost double. 8752 t. TTRACTIVE Bargain.—Fligelstone's Lady's Gold f- Brooch, splendid value, 6s 15ct. Gold Brooch, 10s Gold Earrings, 3s 6d. 8752 ATTRACTIVE Bargains.—Fligelstone has for- feited Lady's 18ct. Gold Watch, 30s; quite new; cost 5gs. 8752 A TTRACTIVE Bargains.—Fligelstone has for- J\_ felted Gent's 18ct. Gold Lever; cost 10gs., only Jos nearly new. 8752 ATTRACTIVE Bargains.—Fligelstone's Gent's Solid Silver Watch and Albert, 25s; 3 years' Stamped warranty. 8752 A TTRACTIVE Bargains,—Lady's Diamond King A~ Wet., Ifc J Gold Keep«r &i; Dim j* tnleadirt bargains. £ 3^3 ALL P.O. payable to Fligelstone, 22, Caetle-road Cardiff. Testimonials from all parts of Wales. B" OSTON RUBBER SHOE CO. Established 1853. JO Make best quality and greatest variety RUBBER BOOTS and SHOES. Ask your best Shoemaker or write for illustrated catalogue and price list to the sole consignee—A. J. Gordon, Tower Chambers, Moor- gate-street, London, E.C. FIREWORKS.—Crane's Fireworks, wholesale the jL' largest, cheapest, and best quality in the market.—Write for price list direct from Crane and Co., Wholesale and Retail Firework Manufacturers, St. James's, Barton, Bristol. 829 FISH Knives and Forks for 25s, handsome case, con- JT taining six pairs, ivory handles, oilver-monnted, hall marked, massively-engraved blades, cost 85s, un- coiled also Companion Case, 6 pair dessert, 25B approval; carriage pald.-Govemes9, 33, Hindon- street, Victoria Station, S.W. 263 TTWlTsale, Sir Noel Paton's celebrated Pictures 8' lettered proofs of In die Malo and The Choice," published £55s each vendor will take 8. for the two, with frames complete, in first-rate condition, or what offers ?—Address P., Daily News" Office, Cardiff. 67 FOR Sale, capital Counter, 12ft by 2ft 9 Incbell '1 solid mahogany top. Also lot of superior Fix- tures, cheap.—Apply 169, Castle-road, Cardiff. 917 ORKS and Spoons, Al quality.—Complete 7- JD guinea service, 12 table spoons, 12 dessert, 12 tea, 12 table forks, 12 deMert, marked Al; guaranteed silver electro-plate on nickel silver, which wears white throughout; unsoiled accept 37s 6d approval; paid. Mrs A. R. Nicholas. Central-road, Morden, Mitcham. FUR Boa.—l«ady haw for immediate private dis- posal, real Russian Tail Fur Boa, very dark brown, 10 feet long, immensely thick, soft; value 75s, sacrifice 19s 9d perfectly new.—Can be seen by writing P.H., Daily News tfjce, Cardiff. 391 FUR Carriage Rug, very handsome, dark brown JL' bear, richly cloth lined, exceedingly warm, per- fectly new cost £6 15s, accept 428 approval; carriage paid. Companion, 17a, Churton-street, South Bel- gravia, S.W. 263 UNS.—Buffalo Bill Noiseless Guns, fires ball or VJT shot, and kills game at 150 yards, guaranteed, 26s: 200 secondhand guns.—Catalogue?, testimonials, of Hillsdon, Far Killing Gun Manufacturer, Folkestone and Dover. 37 TTARDY Plants for spring display; Hollyhocks, I JL Golden Marguerites, Gaillardia, Grandlflora, all 2* doa. free for cash.—D. Davies, Lugwardine, Hereford. 399 IMPORTANT Bargain.—Spoons and Forks.—Lady requiring 36s offers exquisite new Service of real Electro Silver, catalogue price 10 1, comprising 12 tablespoons and forks, dessert spoons and forks, teas (60 pieces) guaranteed all marked A.A., King George pattern approval anywhere before payment.—Miss D., Avenue House, Lynette-avenue, Claphara Park, London, 849 MRS Sinkirts. the largest White Pink grown clove- scent-'d, hardy, free bloomer, 12 strong, well- rooted plants, Is 6d, free 24, 2s 6d 48, 4s 6d satis- faction guaranteed.—N. Beaumont, Boston Spa. 887 SPLEN DID Spanish Mahogany Dining-room Suite, £9 9s the frames worth more just been re upholstered better than new.—Edes, Old Curiosity Shop, Newport. 8734 SPOONS and Forks.—Eight-guinea Service for 28s6d; 12 each table and dessert spoons and forks, also teaspoons 60 pieces, sterling silver plated, all marked A. A. unsoiled. Great bargain. Approval, carriage paid.—Mrs S. K, 25, Tachbrook-street, South Bel- gravia, S.W. 242 O WEETHEARTS Curious Letters, 3 extra Funny IO Photographs and 6 Magic Cards 7 penny stamps. —Hyams, Admiral-place, Vincent-street, Hull. 7a fflABLE Cutlery.—Lady will sell perfectly new 1 Three-guinea Service for 18a 6d 12 Table, 12 small Knives, Pair Meat Carvers and Steel white pinned-balanced handles best Sheffield make ap- proval carriage paid.—Mrs W., 31, Moreton-street, Warwick-square, S.W. 263 HE MATRIMONIAL HERALD JL and FASHIONABLE MARRIAGE GAZETTE. Official Organ of The World'sGreat Marriage Associa- tion (Limited). Est. 1883. Recommended by the Clergy, Brilliantly successful negotiations for 1894. Marvellous increase in marriages. Exclusively patron ised by the Nobility, Professional and Commercial Classes throughout the British Empire. Its magnificent and practically illimitable clientele daily augmented by private recommendations from associates happily and advantageously married. Charges merely nominal. Strict secrecy. In plain sealed envelope, 5d.—Editor, 40, Lamb's Conduit-street, London, W.C. 2584 "1TTALUABLE costly silver-mounted (Hall-marked) y Table Cutlery.—Lady offers unused Service, 12 table, 12 cheese Knives, Meat Carvers, Game Carvers, and Steel; cost £10 5s, immediate cash accept 40s approval; carriage paid.—Lady Companion, 17a, Cnarton-street, South Belgravia, S. W. 263 FEATHERSI FEATHERSI FEATHERS FOR BEDS. Why buy common shoddy Wool Beds when you can getBest ENGLISH FEATHERS at6d per lb., carriage paid Warranted dry and sweet. Feather Beds made to order. Send for samples and price list to H. HANDY AND CO., FEATHER MERCHANTS, WELSHPOOL, NORTH WALES. 1304 JltisaUaittous Wants. 4 Schoolmistress would like to adopt Child as own > J\_ premium required state terms.—Address S- 221, Daily News," Cardiff. 221 ffltzcellaneavts. A STROLOGY.—Marriage, future foretold, It JEJL future partner described, Ac., seven stamp.. Send birthtime and description.—Professor Owen, 54, Norwich-road, Ipswich. 219 ITlURNISUon our New Hire Svstem. Houses or Apartments completely furnished on a new sys- tem adopted solely by us, whereby all publicity, exposure, &1111 nquiries usually made by other com panies are dispensed with. We have an immense stock f"Household Furniture of cheap and superior quality An goods sold On the Hire System at ready-money rices. We make no extra charge for credit, and all goods sent home in a private van free of cnarge. No stamp or agreement charges made; no bill of sale; everything private. Arrangements completed without delay, ana, being manufacturers, we guarantee quality, and will undertake to supply furniture, etc., at 10 per cent less than any price-list issued by any firm in Cardiff. Eleven showrooms. Call and inspect our im- mense stock, and compare prices before purchasing sowhere. We will supply £ 6 worth for 2s od weekly £10 worth, 4s weekly JS15 worth for 5s weekly £20 worth, 6s weekly and so on in proportion. Special terms for larger quantities. Please note the A adress: SOUTH WALES FURNISHING COMPANY, 31, Castle-st. (opposite the Ca-sMe). Cardiff. 12783-1105-10 $t01tt!T. jyj-ONEY PRIVATELY, PROMPTLY AND CHEAPLY. THE NATIONAL MERCANTILE BANK, BALDWIN STREET, BRISTOL. ADVANCES Cash from J220 to £10,000 on approved Promissory Notes, on following termf :— £20, payable by 12 monthly instalments of £1 15s. £40," 12.. „ S3 10s. £100, „ 12 „ „ £8 15s. £500, 12 „ „ Or ean be extended two or three years. QUARTERLY AND HALF-YEARLY INSTAL- MENTS RECEIVED. Bills discounted, and every class of business enter- tained. Absolute privacy guaranteed. T. C. MILBURN. 8732 General Manager. THE TREDEGAR AND DISTRICT ADVANCE JL BANK, TREDEGAR, ADVANCES CASH „ FROM £ 2 TO £ 200 To Householders, Farmers, or any Responsible Persons on NOTE OF HAND ALONE. Fair interest, easy repayment. Apply personally or by letter to the MANAGER, 29, BRIDGE-STREET, TREDEGAR. 35b THE CHARING CROSS BANK (Established JL 1870), 28, Bedford-street, Charing-cross, London, W.C. Capital, £3"°,000. Reserve Fund, £100,000. Advances of B50 to £5,000 made on any class of security. Three per cent, interest allowed on cur- rent accounts on the monthly balances when not drawn below 20 pounds. Deposits of JS10 and upwards received as unaer :—5 per cent-, per ann., subject to 3 months' notice of withdrawal 6 per cent, per ann., subject to 6 months' notice of withdrawal 7 per cent. per ann., subject to 12 months' notice of withdrawal. Special term for larger amounts. Interest paid quar- terly. Write or call for Prospectus. 8618 A. WILLIAMS, Manager. MONEY Lent upon Note of Hand, without Bills of ITX Sale or Sureties, as follows :— £ 25 repayable in 24 Monthly Instalments of £1 2ø 5d. £ 50. 24. £2 4s 10d. £100" 24 „ £4 9. 7d. Larger sums in proportion. Strict privacy guaranteed. Nil commissions charged. Distance no object.—Apply D. WUliams,15, York-rd., Waterloo Bridge, London, S.E. IMMEDIATE CASH ADVANCES MADE at Five per Cent. Interest, by a Private Gentleman, on NOTE OF HAND ALONE, IN AMOUNTS FROM £10 to £2,000, To responsible applicants (Ladies or Gentlemen), in any part of the United Kingdom also upon Furni- ture (without removal), and to assist persons into busi- ness. All communications strictly private. Save time and trouble by applying in confidence to C. COX, ESQ., Richmond Chambers, Bournemouth. —N.B.—Mr Cox, having a Large Capital at Command, can Allow the Principal to Remain at Interest, and is frequently able to complete transactions on the day of application, even with Country applicants, by remitting cash through the Post, thereby ensuring greater privacy and avoiding the travelling expenses usually charged by lenders. 783 THE BIRECTORS OF I. S. FIELDING AND CO. JL (LIMITED) Advance Dailv Sums from £ 5 TO £ 1,000 Method of Business FAIR INTEREST- EASY REPAYMENTS. ABSOLUTE PRIVACY NO DELAY. NO SURETIES TRADE BILLS DISCOUNTED. Prospectus and Particulars Free. Apply at either Addresses below Head Office THE HAYES BUILDINGS, CARDIFF ALBERT-CHAMBERS. NEWPORT 4, ST. CATHARINE-STREET (opposite Police-Station) PONTYPRIDD. 8388 M ONE'S Lent on Note of Hand at short notice by a private gentleman from £ 10 to £ 2,000 at five per cent. Why apply to professional money lenders, so-called companies, or banks, when any responsible applicant can obtain an advance privately, without sureties and thn usnal formalities of a loan office? For the benefit of borrowers I am prepared to grant advances from one to 15 years in any part of England, Ireland, Seotland, or Wales, to male or female (dis- tance no object), and if desired the interest can be paid quarterly or half-yearly, or as may be arranged therefore, the borrower gets the full benefit of cash advanced.—Apply in confidence to the actual lender, J. Carlton, Esq., 96, Peckham Rye, London, S.E. 6939 MONEY LENT AT FIVE PBB CENT. 1: FROM S5 to WHY pay more, when a Private Gentleman Is pre- pared to grant Advances to Male or Female, upon their PROMISSORY NOTE ALONE, in any part of England or Wales, without loan office formalities 7 NO BILL OF SALE OR SURETIES REQUIRED. The advance can be paid back by easy instal- ments, or can remain out from 1 to 15 years by paying the interest only. UaUor write to the actual Leinler, WILFRED WILBEBFORCE, ESQ.. NOt 11., Strand Green-road. Finabuiy-i>ark. London. H. t CASH ADVANCED by I. SELINE, from S5 and j upwards, on personal security, to all classes, repayable to suit the convenience of borrowers. Dis- tance no object. Apply personally or by letter, 9, GROVE-PLACE, SWANSEA. Private and confidential as heretofore.— N.B.— Advances made on plate, jewellery, watches, Ac., at a reduced rate of charges. 1208 MONEY.- If you want it promptly, privately, and 1T..I. at a low rate of interest on your simple promis- sory notes, with or without sureties, applyimmediately, enclosing stamped envelope, to Mr W. p. Thomas, 20, Market-street, Abertillery. Special Features :—No in- quiryfees reasonable interest, which is quoted before- hand universal promptitude, a day's notice being generally sufficient; no oppression of honest and solvent clients. The Carlton Bank, Limited, for whom Mr Thomas is Branch Manager, has been established 10 years, and has a capital of £36,000, consequently no genuine and respectable application is ever refused. MONEY LENT ON NOTE OF HAND ALONE, WITHOUT ANY SURETIES, AND STRICTLY PRIVATE. LEND IN ANY SUM FROM £20 to £3,000, to all classes, in town or^country (distance no object), at greatly reduced rates. NO FEES charged, and repayments to suit bor- rowers. MONEY also lent on Deeds, Reversions, Policies, Ac., from 5 per cent. I being the actual lender, with a large capital and numerous branches in many parts of England, can land quicker and cheaper than the great majority of other financiers. Established over 50 years. Call or write to W. 8. LOCKTON, 36, SOUTHAMPTON-ROW, 7773 HIGH HOLBORN, LONDON, W.C. MORTGAGES.-S. Hern and Pertwee, St. Mary. 1' street, Cardiff, Mortgage and Insurance Brokers, have nnmerons sums immediately available for Free- holds, Leaseholds, Reversions, and Life Interests. 1049 HAVING a few thousands to invest, we are pre- JLJL pared to make advances at a low rate of interest. —Apply Manager, 3, Bute-terrace, Cardiff. 6330 £ 5 and upwards granted daily to householders, with- out sureties, no delay, no fee«, and confidential.— Apply, by letter or personally, to F. Gould, 88, Pont- morlau, MertbyrTydfil; 3, Friar's Park, Lammas- street, Carmarthen and at 20, Caroline-street, Bridg- end. 7630 COUNTY BREWERY CO.. JpENARTH ROAD. QARDIFF. CELEBRATED XXXX STRONG ALE. ALSO EXCELLENT MILD AND BITTER ALES, STOUTS, In 4-pnOB casks and upwards. MILD ALE, from lOd per gallon. 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COLLECT^TRBET ADVERTISEMENTS received up to Seten. clock p will secure insertion in next morning's issue of Itasttuss ^.dftrissis. NEW SERIES gHORT TALES BY VARIOUS AUTHORS. A VARIETY OF TALENT, EXCELLENT READING, N° PADDING. THIS WEEK will be continued in the CARDIFF rpiMES AND gOUTH^T ALES Y^TEEKLY NEWS A NEW SERIES of SHORT TALES of a particularly brief, pithy, and attractive character. The whole of the stories are well written. and most of them are by Authors whose work is welcomed in every household. The following is a Full List of the Series of Stories and the order of Publication ONLY A PHOTOGRAPH, Justin McCarthy. BETWEEN TWO PATIENTS, George Manville Fenn. THE GHOST MONK, Mrs Campbell Praed. A SHOCKING EXPERIMENT, Fred Boyle. TWO TETE-A-TETES, Helen Mathers. NORA'S LOVE LETTER, Home Nisbet. A HAPPY MISCHANCE, Iza Duffus Hardy. THE INTRIGUE NEXT DOOR. Edmund Downey. THE STRENGTH OF A BROKEN LINK, Richard Dowling. THE POISONED KREESE, Herbert Pearson. ON THE ROAD, Marie Von Thilo (of the Pseudonym Library). AT CLOSE QUARTERS WITH A HYENA, Oaptam C. W. Young. WANTED, Harold Conway. A DETECTIVE STORY. Ex-Chief Inspector Oavanagh. A GREEK GOD, Captain Random NOT FAR TO SEEK, Ida Lemon. THE BABIES' TEACHER, J. H. Yoxal). THE ROSE OF-GOD RUBY. Richard Ashe King. A WHITE ANGEL. Professor F. H. Williams. INTO THE LION'S DEN, J. Johnson Leak. PHYLLIS' LETTER, L. E. B. Stephens. A DEAD LOCK, WITH A SKELETON KEY, aW. W. Penn. A HUNTING FLIRT. Mrs Kennard. THE LAST HOUR, F. M. Howard. The Third Story of the Series, THE GHOST MONK; BT Jy/JRS QAMPBELL pRAED. Will appear in the columns of the QARDIFF rjlIMES AND gOUTH ALES ^y-EEKLY J^-E WS ON SATURDAY, OCTOBER 20th. A NEW AND INTERESTING SERIES OF ARTICLES Is now appearing in the "CARDIFF TIMES AND SOUTH WALES WEEKLY NEWS under the heading of WOMEN OF THE FORWARD jyjOVEMENT. By the Authot of "Men and Movements of the Day." Under the general heading of Women of the Forward Movement," we have made arrangements to pubhsh a series of articles dealing with some of the important phases of the New Movement in which women are engaged. The development of the inflttenoe and aotion of women in modem movements for the "betterment of the world is one of the striking characteristics of the present century. The nineteenth century has seen the beginning of the "Emancipation of Women," and though some may deplore this new move- ment which is invading the home," it cannot be denied that wherever women have engaged in social and political reform, in education, in social work, their labours have been eminently successful. Our list of subjeots covers a wide field of women's labour, and the articles will be found interestmg from a biographical and historical point of view, as well as sympathetic and fair in the statements of opinion on the various movements with which they deal. The following is a list of the subjeots :— 1. Mrs EVA MoLAREN and the British Women's Temperance Association. 2. Mrs HUMPHRY WARD, Novelist and Sooial Reformer. 3. LADY HENRY SOMERSET, a Leader of the Women's Movement. 4. Mrs VICTORIA WOODHULL MARTIN and the Humanitarian Movement. 5. Mrs BKAMWELL BOOTH and Social Work. ft. Mrs ANNIE BESANT and Theoaophy-a Strange Career. 7. Miss OCTAVIA HILL and Working Class Dwellings. So Miss MAY ABRAHAM, Labour Com- missioner and Factory Inspector. 9. Mrs PRICE-HUGHES and the Sisters of the People. 10. FRANCES E. WILLARD and Temperance Work. 1L Mrs WYNFORD PHILIPPS and the Women's Liberal Movement. 12. Miss GERTRUDE M.TUCKWELL, Editor of toe I Women's Trades' Union Review." 13. Mrs HENRY FAWCETT and Higher Female Education. 14. Mrs SIDNEY WEBB. Historian of the Trades Union Movement. 15. Miss WESTON, the Friend of the Blue- jaoket. 16. Lady DILKE, a Leader of Political Thought and Action. 17. Miss EMILY FAITHFCTLL, a Pioneer of Woman's Work. 18. 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