COMMERCIAL SALES. CARDIFF PURE ICE AND COLD STORAGE CO. (LTD). COLD STORAGE for all sorts of Pro- Visions. Game. Fruit, &c., at LOWER RATES RHAN ANYWHERE ELSE IN GREAT BRITAIN. ICE Supplied in any quantity, from 561bs. and upwards, at Low Prices. SPECIALLY IMPORTANT TO BUTCHERS AND MEAT SALESMEN. Order all your Frozen Meat out of Shipments which have come direct to Cardiff by Refrigerating Steamers. You will thus be sure of meat in FAR BETTER CONDITION and MUCH QUICKER DELIVERY tban from London or Liverpool. Write foi Price Lists of Meat to MR H. WOODLEY, Agent for Plate and other Companies, COLD STORES. CARDIFF. Also to MR TANNER, Agent for Sansinena and Co., Cold Stores. CARDIFF. Write for Prices of Ice and Rates for Cold Storage b Neale and West, Managers. Telegrams—Ice Company. Cardiff. 8655 G. J. KENVYN & CO., PROVISION IMPOlITERS AND DIRECT COMMISSION AGENTS MARGARINE AND MIXTURES, fINNED MEATS, FISH, FRUIT, MILK. DRIED FRUIT, JAMS, PICKLES, SAUCES. VOLONIAL BLTILDINGS, NEWPORT. 3569
SOUTH WALES FINANCE THURSDAY, Oct. 18th, 1894. Considering how attractions elsewhere than at the docks yesterday interfered with business the result of to-day's proceed- ings has been most satisfactory, quite a large number of transactions in all depart- ments having taken place. but there is, tk>spite this fact, no particular feature of interest to note, and the changes that have tak&n place in the quotations are neither numerous nor importanb. There is a sh;ht increase of activity in the railw ay market, and Taff Vale Stock and Vale of Glamorgan Shares have changed hands, the former at 83 and the latter at 22s 6d preitiuni. Among Colliery Securities there have been negotiations in Albions, Ebbw Vales, Penrikybers, and Inter- nationals. On the Stock Exchange the following business has been done :— Rhymney Iron New, 12s 9d. 13s. Cardiff and Newport Patent Fuel, 7% xd. Roodepoort Reefs, 32s 9dL Geldenhuis Main Reef, 17s. Sutherland Reefs, 13s. The business done among the brokers fho are non-members of the local Stock Exchange is as follows :— Taff Vale Stock, 83. Albion Colliery Shares, lt%. Ebbw Vales, 8%. Penrikybers. 5%. National Bank of Wales, 6s-• Chartered of South Africa, 35s 3d. Cambrian No. 1 Preference, 77%. Hancock's Preference, 13. Poutypridd Water 7 per cent., 151\. Glamorgan Canal Shares, 253* Vale of Glamorgan Shares, 22s pre- nium. Internationals, £3 2s 6d. Champ d'Or Deep, 18s, 18s 3d, 18s 10%d. Kimberleys, lis, 19s 6d. Spes Bona, 8s 7%d. There are new sellers of the follow- lng .—National Bank of Wales Swansea Dry Dock Shares, at 13; Crown Soap Shares Wallsend Pontoon Shares Rhon- tlda Preference Shares Barry Ordinary, at 230; Garw Water Shares Cardiff Malting Shares Vale of Glamorgan Shares Bute Dry Dock Shares Rhymney Iron Shares Taff Vale Ordinary, at 83Ya Hill's Dry Docks, at 4% Powell Duffryn Debentures Cardiff Corporation Stock. There are buyers of the undermentioned —Rhymney Iron New, at 13s l%d Taff Vale Ordinary, at 82% Cardiff Junction Dry Dock Shares Cardiff Gas Stock Arrow Patent Fuel Shares North's Pre- ference and Debentures; Cafdiff Ice Shares Alexandra Dock B, at 73% Cardiff Junc- tion Dry Dock Shares Hill's Dry Dock Shares Rhymney Iron New, at 13s Glamorgan Bank Ordinary Hancock s 5 per Cent. Preference, at M3 8s 9d Rhondda and Swansea Bay Ordinary, at P,8 12s 6d Cambrian A. B, and C Deben- tures Albion Shares D. Davis and Sons Brecon A Debentures Tucker's Ordinary, t 1 Rise-Glamorgan Bank Ordinary to Z%-5. Fall.—Tredegar Iron B Shares 1. to 7%- 3%; Internationals to 3—3%xd London and North-Western Ordinary to 174%—175% Great Western Ordinary to 164y2—165%. On the Pembroke and Tenby Railway last week the receipts were 9647, as com- pared with £567, or an increase of £80. The aggregate increase for the past 15 weeks is £ 280. The weekly report of Messrs Thackeray %nd Co. is as follows :— Baits-A quieter tone baa prevailed in the market for South Wales railways during the week, although on the whole a fair inquiry has sxistod for the ordinary stocks. The prmoipal Business has a?ain been in Barrys, which have been changing hands to a moderate extent within quotations, and close about 230-231. A little of the Preference has been dealt in, but the Debenture remaics without much support. Vale of Glamorgan have been in fair demand, and aie about 22s 6d, 25s premium. The market for Rhymney has Aizain receded, Stock having 3banged hands at 203 and 202, the quotation at the close, 201-203, shows a drop of 2. There has been no great inquiry for Taff Vales, though a few transactions have taken place at 82%, and the price, 82%—S3, renitins unaltered. Nothing to note in the Preference or Debenture. In Rhondda and Swansea Bay the Ordinary are inquired for at 8%, and the Preferences are firm at 11%- 11%. A moderate business has taken place in the New Debenture Stock at 117. Banks.-In this section a little more activity has been observable, and a fair number of dealings have occurred in Lloyds, London and Provincials, Glamorgan Preference, and National of Wales. Collieries.—Business has been of a restricted character in this market-onlv a few transac- tions to note in North's and South Wales A. The Debentures of Powell Duffryn have, however, been dealt in to a fair extent. North's Deben. tures are inquired for. Imn&-hbb%v Vales quiet, about 81f2-8%. The market for Rhymney Iron Shares has been in anything but a satisfactory condition for the last week or two, and an impression is abroad that it has been worked by a few to the detriment of the general public. Much is made of the accredited j62 109 on the New Shares, but this is a factor which the majority of the investing public have been fully alivo to tor a considerable time. The claim by the Bute authorities is likely to come on for hearing in course of the next few week?, and it is more than probable that this will have a further depressing effect. However, it is quite possible that after the recent sharp fall a temporary reaction may set in. Miscellaneous.—Hancock Ordinary and Pre- ference have been done to a fair extent, but this market generally is quiet.
LONDON STOCK EXCHANGE. LONDON, Thursday. Nothing much waa. done in money. Supplies were heavy, and advances were generally granted at per cent. Discounts were very quiet. Three months' Bank bills were negotiated at to A per cent. The American Exchange is weaker, and further gold shipments of importance in the early future are therefore less likely. Paris Cheque Exchange 25*15, and Berlin Cheque, 20-36. Changes in the Bank return were alto- aether unimportant. The reserve is £ 5,454 heavier than last week, made up of a de- crease of £229,570 in note circulation, and a decrease of E194,116 in bullion. The proportion to liabilities is practically the same as last week, namely, 61*73 against 61'72 per cent. Public deposits have de- creased 948,434, and other deposits in- creased 2140,849. The reserve amounts to fM,672,626, and is £ 11,027,692 more than last year whilst the stock of bullion, which is:936,649,601, shows an increase of 910,174,962 over 1893. The reported death of the Ameer operated is a check to business on the Stock Exchange. During the earlier hours a dull cone characterised the markets throughout olnd caused a weak tendency, but active movements were of minor importance. Later in the day there was an improvement. No particular increase of business occurred, bat there was a stronger tone. Consols closed at 101A to l01 for Aettvear and aoconntj 2%. (Childers'), 101% to 102% 2% per Cent.* 100 to loo. Local Loans Stock, 106% to 107. In the Foreign Bonds transactions were unimportant. Spanish were lower, but Italian slightly easier, Russian rather better, and Egyptian and Turks were tolerably firm. Buenos Ayres Gold Pre- mium is 1 points easier at 233. Argentines quiet. Brazilian fell Y*. Uruguays better. There was a demand for Peruvian, and Debentures recovered 1%, and Pref- rence were up. Rio Exchange is 10 J4. There was again very little passing in Home Railways. Restrictions of dealings caused weakness, but without leading to any special change. Scottish Stocks were to easier. Heavy lines also were dull, and beyond a fall of in Great Western, variations were frequently to adverse. Hull and Barnsley and Sheffield Deferred also were weak. Great Eastern declined Southern lines neglected. Brighton rose South-Eastern A remained at 82%. Dealings in the American Railway Market were very quiet, but there was a rather better tendency consequent on weak- ness of Exchange and the more confident tone of commercial advices. No particular change was noticed in prices. Denvers were strong, Preference rising 1, and Ordinary, Atchison A Bonds were rather easier. Milwaukees rose Louisville, Nor- folk Preference, and Union Pacific, Eries unaltered. In Canadian Railways very little was done. Canadian Pacific Shares recovered 34. Most Grand Trunk issues were to 34 down. Nothing much was done in Foreign Rail- ways. Mexican dull. South Americans were dull. Buenos Ayres and Rosario, Central Argentine and East Argentine fell 1; Nitrate Market dull. Banks quiet. ZI-I Miscellaneous Stocks.—Breweries dull. Allsopp's fell to 1. African Gold Re- covery rose A. Eastman's and Hammond's Meat Preference rose to Royal Mail Steam fell 1. Trusts flat. Ottoman, Smyrna, and Cassalia Railway Bonds were in demand, and have risen to 60%. The following changes occurred since yesterday 1— Foreign Bonds.—Fall—Egyptian Unified, Italian, 34 Spanish, 34 Argentine, 1886, 34 do., Funding, Brazilian, 1889, 34 Cedulas A and K, 34 > do. P, Ys French 3 per Cent., 1 Russian, 34 Turkish, Group 4, rlr; and do., 1891 and 1894,. Rise-Costa Rica A and B, 2 Mexican, Peruvian Corporation Or- dinary, y8 do. Preference, do. Debentures, 134 and Uruguay, British Railways. Fall Caledonian Ordinary and do. Deferred, Great Eastern, Great Western, Chatham Ordinary, Ys North-Western, Sheffield, and Sheffield Deferred, 34 » Midland, North British Ordinary and Preference, North-Eastern, East London, Hull and Barnsley, 34 and South-Western, 1. Rise-Brighton A, Ya- Canadian Railways. Rise Canadian Pacific Shares, Fall Grand Trunk First and Second Preferences, J.4. and do. Third Preference, Ya • American Rail ways. —Rise—Milwaukees, 34 Denver Shares, do. Preference, 1; Louisvilles, Union Pacific, Ys Mis- souri, y8 New York Central, 34 > and Norfolk Preference, 34• Fall Atchison Income Bonds, Central Pacific, Lake Shore, > Northern Pacific Prefer- ence, Ya and Philadelphia and Reading, J.4.. Foreign Railways.—Rise—Mexican Old, 34 do. Second Preference, In Mines the business doing has been only moderate, and realisations have fre- quently caused weakness. West Australians were dull, Explorations rose n, to lfi. Hampton Plains fell h" to I?g Bayley's 3d, to 21s 9d Concessions fj, to 1% Goldfields to 334 and Hampton Lands, 3. British South African Char- tered rose 6d Ferreiras, 34 Gelden- huis, rlr; Jubilee, Ya Jumpers, 3j Langlaagte, 3-32 and Tharsis, A. Fall- City and Suburban, l; De Beers, Ya Exploring, Ya Gold Fields of South Africa, is Jagersfontein, Sheba, 9d Wem- mer, Wolhuter. n Mason and Barry, Ys Mysore Gold Fields, 6d; and Rio Tinto, At the Bank 40,000 sovereigns were withdrawn for Rio. Silver unaltered. Bars, 29 d. Eastern Exchanges are quiet. Bombay Transfers, Is 1 Ys d; Calcutta, Is 1 11-32d Singapore Four Months, 2s 2 34 d; Yoko- hama Transfers, 2s 1 d and Four Months, 2s 234d. Rupee Paper, 57. Cheque Bank Shares were dealt in at a substantial premium to-night Founders', 2 to 234 premium; Ordinary, 34 to premium. In another column will be found the prospectus of the Cheque Bank, which in- vites subscriptions for a further issue of capital-73,000 Ordinary jB5 Shares (£1 to be paid up) and 25,000 fully-paid Founders' Shares of jB5 each. The full prospectus clearly shows the extensive ramifications of this Bank, which has spread its influence throughout the world. One fact significant for investors is, that the Bank of England has now, for the first time in its history, allowed its name to appear as bankers upon a prospectus. The directorate is eminently practical, and consists of gentlemen who have not allowed their names to appear upon any other company directorate-a very important fact. The share issue, which is for the balance only (the directors and friends have already subscribed for 17,000 Ordinary and 25,000 Founders' Shares), is for 73,000 Ordinary and 25,000 Founders' Shares, the latter being 91 fully paid, issued at £1 premium the premium going into the coffers of the bank to be added to the reserve fund. The Ordinary Shares have only 21 called up the remaining £ 4 can be demanded by the trustees only, so that the liability is practically nominal. The business has increased at a marvellous pace; during the last eight months over 3,200 new accounts have been opened, and the oustomers' balance has been increased by over 75 per cent. The accountant's cer- tificate shows substantial profits. A Cheque Bank cheque is absolutely safe, and can be changed into cash anywhere throughout the world. By its excellent and assured pros- pects. and its business-like board of direc- tors and surroundings, this is an investment which may with safety be recommended to the investor. The Founders' Shares are sure, in the near future, to prove a valuable investment.
RATES OF EXCHANGE ON LONDON. LONDON, Thursday Evening.-Tlio following were the rates of exchange on London to-day Paris—Cheques 25.15 I St. Petersburg 3mths..93.00 Berlin—8 days' sinht 20.35 Madrid—night 29.52 D°. 3 months ,20.3lj| Do. 3mouths OC-OC Hamburg—3 months ..20.304 Constantinople 3 mth8.110.12 Frankfort-Short 20.35 Rome-3 months 27.33 Vienna—Sight 124.25 Do. sight ..27.31 Amsterdam-Short.12.06 I Lisbon 43.0C Amtw erp-Short 25.12 to 25161 BRinst STeCKS OPAQ 12.10 L.LI CL» IPT ^•n. «*sehen's2* pcMonej 10U 101 10T| Do. <id. Account !P1| „ 101A Mil Local Stock IC I i. NvW 2i do. (19. looi Sanlc of England Stock 330 „ India per Cent l»9i „ Do. r; do. 100 blet,. Boarit of lvoi ks I p c.. 117 oo Jb. "to 3 p c.. 1074 India Rupeo Paper 3J pc.. 57. 57J 57 lns.Canadian4 p c Jan ,Jly. Ill „ Ins. C Good Hope 4 p c, 1833 116 „ Ins. N. Zealand Consolldtd 106 Ins. New Sth. Wales 4 pc.. 109 Ins. Victoria 4 p c. 1382-3-4. 103 oo Ins. Sontli Australian 10(6 Ins. Queensland 4 p e 1 10ft 1 BRITISH KAIMV A YS Srfftliton Hnilway Ord. 17> ————— Do. do. Deferred 1544 16ii 155 1S;¡ 154; Caledonian Consolidated 1 122 Do Preferred Con. Ord. 83 Po. Deferred Con. Ord 331 SSJ 3% Chatham and Dover Ord.. 155 154 Do. Preference 104 •IJVSROW and South Westn Hi9 areab Eastern Ordinary 8C. 79 60 «t. Kthn. Prefd. Con. Ortly 1154 Do. Defrd. do. 58 53i «. „ Do. A'.s 53 flreat Western 1651 1641 .7.1 Hull and Barnslay 321 .m, Lancashire and Yorkshire 1134 |, „ London and Nortli-Westrn 175 1741 ;or. London and South-Westrn ISO t. Len. A Sth. Westrn. Defrd. 69 Han. Shef. and A Lin. Ord. 54 M Do. Preferred r Wo. Deferred 2ti Metropolitan Consolidated 84} 4. Do. Kand Stock 794 «- — "bo. District Ordinary 6l Do. Preferrsd 93 Midland Ordinary 155 154! North British Orll. Prof. 75 741 711 Do. Ordiiiary 35' 364 361 North-Eastern Ordinary 162J 152* lóZ North Statiord-ibire 135 South-Eastern Ordinary „ 126 „ Do. Deferred 824 52j 82J > » East London '^5 Taff Vale Ae»,1389_ *83 _j w UN TED STATffS 11 AIL WAYS Central PaciSe \rl I'u J551 151 Chicago, Milwaukie 61j 61J *li 62 'li Denver Ordinary 11 11J 551 Do Preferred 33* 33i 33J Brie Shares 14 14a 14!- Do Preference. 27 Do Second Mortjfago 7H 734 < Illinois Central 914 Lake SIIOTB IS3 Louis and Nashville 55' 51J 55f1 556 Missouri, Kansas, <fc Texas 13} 135 13^ « New York Central — 142 New York Ontario 1^} lfj 114 Norfolk Preferencu 224 22j 23^' ?3 North Pacific Preference 171 18 17f IS4 18 :<hio and Mississippi Do. Preference „ Pennsylvania Ordinary 52} 52J „ Philadelphia anil Heading Si Do. First Income Bonds. 33 Pnion J'asiflc l?i 11^ 1% 12 Ui Philadelphia anil Heading Si Do. First Income Bonds. 33 Pnion J'asiflc l?i 11^ 1% 12 Ui Waba-sh Preference 14} 14j Do. General Mortgage ?2i Atlantic G. W. 1st More. 171 174 Atchison 5J 5J OTHER ltAIIiWAYS. Canadian Pacific Sil 6Si| 66J 664 Brand Trunk Ordinary 5fil 5J Do. Guannteed 47ij 4%} „ -y Do. First Preference 37 3641 Do. Second Preference 2-li' 24 „ Do. Third Preference 13§ 13i Mexican Ordinary 17 „ Mexican Ordinary 17 „ Do. First Preference. 73 73.i- 73 Do. Second Preference 37 3il Lombards Ordinary 94 «. Mexican Cntl. 4 p c. Bonds 5('} „ Do do First Income 13 „ „ Buenos AyGt. Southern 103 „ Buenos Ayres and Jtosario »7 Central Argentine 67 66 FOUEIGN SIUGKS ChilianTissT" Do 59 Buenos Ayres 1882 27 Do 1883 27 Bulgarian 6 p.c. 1*83 100 99 Argentine liiHi 63± 684 43 Do Funding 701 704 70i ». 70 Do 44 per cent Sterling 41 Do Treasury 434 • ». 42i Argentine Cedulas A 23i „ „ Do Cedulas li i6} „ „ Buenos A yrell Cedlllall I.. 74 Do J 7 72 „ 7lJ 1 Egyptian Unified 1031 Do Gov Pref. Now lC^f xd „ Do State Domain IC'54! Do DairaNew U>24xd • Ifrenchi per Cent. Hontesl^li j 101 Do 34 per Cent 10741 107 fluiigaiiaii4 perCent. Gold 99 n2!-¡ Mexican 6 per Cent. 65 i41 65 Peru. Corp. Ordinary, 34 u Do Preference. 10 10! 104 Portuguese per Cent. 1869 2*i 2S8 Greek, 1881 324 Do 1881 314 Russian 4 p. Ct. Conversion 934 99i 9SJ 991 Spanish 1 per Cent 05 70 69j| Do Ottoman Defence 1014 101} Do 1st Group f.4 Do 2nd Group 42 Do 3rd Group 27jj 27i Do 4tiiGronp 24+i.. 25 Ottoman Bank Shares )6,V I64 16j Uruguay 34 per Cent. 46j 47 471 •• Bonduras 5} Paraguay .14 «, „ l'rausvaal Loan J 1034 — MISCELLANEOUS. Loiulon&S.lCatliorine'sDksr 47 East & West India Docks. 19 Peninsular A Oriental Prf.. 136 Do. Deferred lli Do. 5 per cent. Pret V) Do. 5per Cent. 1887 14 Anglo.American Tel Pref..| 75 Do. do. Ordinary. :39& tirect United Stales Cable f) «. Eastern ditto 15| Rasteru Extension 164 Brazilian Submarine. 13 National Telephone 5 .s, Arthur Guinness Ordinary. 345J Allsopps Ordinary 1214 Bryant and May Ordinary. 15i „ M Consett Iron.. 214 Ebbw Vale St. itI'n Co Hudson's Bay Shares 14j Hotchkiss i Deccan Land H 8 Suez Canals 115^ Snratt's Patent 9i Uamiuonds 2¡A. Eastmans 3if Leeds Forge 3 Lister and Co « Salt Union Ordinary r. Elmore Conner Depo'ng Co. 14 Nitmte Railway lfci Primitive Nitrate 34 3 San Jorge Nitrate Si 6i San Pablo Nitrate. 4 .3¡ Dublin Distillers m 44 -SccanaLand 13 Chartered A frica 36/3 34/3 35/ 35/3 Bccliuanaland Land 24/ 23/4 23/3 New Explora'n (Kotliscli's) llpr r. Cape Copper Mines h 1 Bio 'i'intos Mjj HU 14A Mason and Barry If Tliart'sis Copper 4 ti Mysore Goul 2,% Mysore Gold Fields 13/6 Aoregum Ordinary. 3rc alontanaR 14/4 Ue Beers Diamonds 17| „ aonth African Explorations IO4 „ New Jagersfontein 15 11$15 14i « Gold Fields, S. Africa. 2¡ 2i Salisbury Gold New 2i City and Suburban 15ij .„ Jumpers 5i Ferreiras 9 Jubilee 4 Simmer and Jack 9i 9! Wewiners 54 Crownreef Langiaagtes 3} Do. Block B. 8/6 „ 3/3 Sheba 29/ 28/ Primrose 4 hi 4g 4} Pioneer 33 Australian Broken Hill 1/S I Pioneer 3i Australian Broken Hill ..Il! Wentworth Priority 13/ Tampaca Water 11 105 Wo. Bank i-i Brltisii Water Gas North's Navigation Collie's 2} Coats 20 | Pears'Soap Ordinary 5i „ 5 Batholomay Brewery )fre. o*. Pref. 12* „ St. Louis Jo. Ord. 2i fco Pref 7 DAILY STOOK AND SHARE LIST SUPPf.lKD Bl MESSRS THACKERAY A CO. Stock and Share Brokers, 3, Dock Chambers Card RAILWAYS. Paid Stock Barry Rail way 100 ..229 ?31 Stock Great Western 100 ,1f41 165% London and North Western..100 ..174V4 175% „ 10 Rhonddaand Swansea B 10 8-;s 8% 8fcotk Rhymney Joe ..201 03 „ Severn and Wye .100 ..11 12 'I'aff Valo Divided Stock .10D „ 82l/j 83 la Vale of Glamorgan 2 3 3% PREFERENTIAL ..J60 J62 „ Do 2nd 100 ..lb9 ;61 Do 3rd 100 ..159 161 10 10 12% 12% Stock Brecon A Met. 1st Pref. 1861.100 73 75 II Do. 2nd Pref. 1862.100 53 58 „ Cambrian, N0. 1, 4 p.c ..100 77% 78 Do. No. 2 4 p.c.10U 44 Great Western Cons. 5 i.e. 100-170 172 10 Pembrk.t Ten),y 5 p.c., 10 11% it 10 Rhondda & S'sea Bay 5 p.c. ,10 11% 12 Stock, Rhymney 4 p.c. Consold.J00 ..132 31 Taff Vale 4 ».c Consold 100 ..134 1Z5 GUARANTEED-AND LEASED. Taff Vale 4 Consold 100 ]34 15 GUARANTEED-AND LEASED. 50 AberdareRailway 155 10 Cowbr. A Aberthaw 31¡ p.c. 10 10V4 11 Stock Great Western, 5 p. c. gllar..100 ..171 173 PenMth Uarhour Dock AltvlOO 165 167 RAILWAY AND OTHER DEBENTURES Stock Alex. Dock A By. 4 p.c.11:0 ..1CO 103 „ 138 „ Do. do. 1:6 Brecon AMerthyr A 4 p.c.100 ..110 11 OJ Do B 4 p.c.100 ..100 101 II 123 II J29 II Do. ..122 124 Do. C 4 p.c.100 ..115 117 „ Do. D 4 p.c.100 ..103 105 II Great Western 5 do 176 II Midland 5 ..](.7 1'9 It Mid-Wales A 4Vfc per cent ..100 ]30 „ Neath A Brecon 1st .100 ..]06 K8 „ do AI. ..100 97 99 „ do. A'2.100 64 68 II 119 „ Do. New 100 ..116 118 Rhymney 4 ditto .100..11!6 138 It 107 BANKS' 50 Glamorganshire ^,2% 4% 5 6 6 6% 60 London A Midland _1G% 36 37 10 London A Provincial 5 19'1. 19% 50 Llovds Bank 8 5 25y. SO Metro, of England A Wales 5 15'/» 20 Vs 75 National Provincial .10.- qZlh 43)1, 60 National Provincial .J2 49% 5O 40 Nortlr&Sonth Wales .10 34Vi GAS 10 Aberdare 10 1534 16Y4 Stock Cardif fA 10 per cent .lü\" ..200 205 „ Do. B 8 percent .100 ..1(0 165 Do. C 7 per cent .100..140 145 „ Do. 1) 5 percent .100..100 103 Do. 1% p.c. Pref. Stock ..103 ..112 114 10 Uynvi Valley 10 9% 10 Stock Newport A 10 per cent ..100..aco 205 Do. B7%per cen .100 ..Too 155 „ Do. C7 percent .100..140 145 25 25 28 39xd 25 Do 7 percent 25! 15% ¿6;:xd GAS AND WATER. 10 Bridgeml H 10.. 7 7*4 12 16 10 Ystrad 10 16V4 17 .WATKU\VORK8 25 Bristol roo. 25 51% f 2xd 20 Do. 20 41% 10 Neath A 171J 10 Pontypridd 10per ctiOrd. 10 20 fC% 10 Do* ? p.c. do. 10 15% 1534 COAl. AND IRON 10 Albion Steam Colliery 10.. 11 JIll. 10 D. Davis A Sons, Limited .J10J3V4 13% 23 Ebbw Vale Steel. Iron, ACoal 20T „ 8% %»/. 5 Great Western Ord. B 4% 5xd 5 Do. Pref. A. 3. 8% 8ai 10 41. H. Vivian A Co. A Pref. 8 1V4 li4 5 International Coal 5.. 3 3%xd 100 Miller A Cory 6 p. C. Debs.100 ..100 101 62% NantygloABlaino.IronPref.62% 72 73 10 Newport-Abercarn 10. 6% 7 10 Do. Participating Pre/ 10.. 8% 9 5 North's Nartpation -Colliery 5 2% 2% 5 Do 10 p.c. Cum Pref 5 6% 7 100 Do. 6 p.c. Deb,100 ..100 102 10 Penrikyher Colliery 10 5% 6% 10 Do. 5to7%p.c. PreL 10 «. kt00 Powell Duffryn 6 p.c. Deb.100 lC8' 5 Rhymney Iron ft 1% 1 5 Do New £ 210s creditedl^ ,100 Do. 5 p.c. Mort. Debs. tOU 92 95 17 9% 10»/4 3 Do. 10 per cent. B 3 4 4V4 3 Do. N/w B 1%„ 2 2% ( 50 Tredegar Iron and Coal A.. 36 ..4% 5 25 Do It; 25 f.. 7l/a 8% MISCELLANEOUS "tock Alex. Dk. & Uy. 4% A Pref.100 ..101 102xd Ditto 73xd 10 Barry Graving Dock 10 ..í5-14 16l,» 1 Bland A Co 1 10 Bristol Brewery Ordinary.. 10 31¡2 24 10 Do. 6 Preferenco 10 16 10 Bl. and So. Wales Waggon 3 6% 6% i.50 ,Bute Drv Dock. 50 62 63xd (Stock Cardiff Cor loration 3p. 116% *5 C'dlfl A Pen'rth Tramways, 5-> 4 4% CMdlf^OTPtkm I>i7 Docrw,-? S3 — 25 Cardiff Workmen Cottage.. 25 36 '7 50 Central Graving I)ock 50 48 50 10 W. Hancock and Co., X.td. 10 17 18 10 Do. 6 p.c. Pref. 10 1331i J 3% Stock Do. 4% p.c. Deb. Stock _)00 ..105 107 20 Hill's Dry Dock 18 4% 5 10 MilfordDock 10: V, 50 Monntstuart O-y Dock A — 40- 68 70 50 Do Do, B 20 35 l7 Newpt. IV,-tter.Cl Annuities 27 £ V% 10 Pamal1 A Etans Ord. 7% 2% 31;. 10 Do. Pref. 6 p.c. cum 10 6% 7% 50 Penarth Shipbuilding .„ 50 G 37 10 Provincial Tramways. 10 4 4% 10 Do. 6 per cent. Preference 10 10% 11 10 Royal Hotel 6% Pref. 10 7 8 10 SpUIersA Bakers Ordinary 9 9l/4 9% 10 Do. 6 p.c. Pref. 10 12% 12% StockS'waiisea Harbour 4 p.c. St k 100 ..101 102 5 Thompson A Shackell 5 214 3xd 10 Tuckers James Ordinary 10 1% 2 4 10 Do. D). 6 p.c. Preference 10 3% 3% 50 Windsor Slipway 15 32 13 ink Rate reduced from to 2 nsir 22nd Feb SELLERS. S300 Taff Vale Stock, at 83 11 & 20 Hills Dry Docks, at 4'4, B18 paid 23 Hancocks Ordinary, at 18 £ 500 Powell Duffryn 6 p.c. Deb.. at 108 C1000 Cardiff Corporation Stock £ 500 Barry Ordinary Stock, at 230 £ 150 A £ 300 S'eea Harbour Stk, at 101%* B260 Rhymney 4 p.c. Pref. Stock 1 Norths 10 p.c. Preference Share 4 laynvi Vallev Gas Shares S25 and E115 Rhymney Ordinary Stock 10 & 15 London and Prov Banks, at 19% 10 S'sea Tram and 1(, Improve. Shares 15 Spillers Ordinary and 3 Preference BUYERS. 20 Rhymney Iron New, at 13s 2 i Glamorgan Bank Ordinary 20 Hancocks 6 p.c. Pref., at £ 13 89 9d 30 Rliondaa and S. Bay Ord, at.E8 12a 6d -91" Cambrian By. A. B, or C Deb. 35 Albions 5 Davis £1000 Brecon A Debenture 10 and 25 Tuckers Ordinary, at 1% £1000 Cardiff Gas Stock-any issue B200 Swansea Harbour Stock, at 101 BlCO Norths Deb. Hond, at 101 20 Pontypridd Water 7 p.c. Shares £ 1003 Bute 4 p.c. Debenture Stock £ 509 Alexandra A. B, and Deb. Stocks 15 Aberdare Gas Shares B175 Barry 1st Pref. Stock Allotments of Cowbridge & Aberthaw Sbs. negotiated THACKERAY AND CO., CARDIFF. STOCKBROKERS 1059
E. T LYDDON AND CO., 1122, BUTE-STREET, AND STOCK EXCHANGE, CARDIFF. Telegrams—"Lyddon, Cardiff." 101C Telenhones—P.O.. 63; Nat., 103. SELLERS. -30 National Bank of Wales Shares 10 Swansea Dry Dock Shares, at 13 £ 300 Barry Ordinary Stnck, at 230% 5 Bute Dry Dock Shares, at 62% 10 Windsor Slipway Shares, at 14 15 Penrikyber Ordinary Shares, at 6 B500 Swansea. Harbour Stock 20 Thompson and Shackell Ord. Shs, at 3 £ 100 Taff Vale Stock E100 Barry 2nd Preference Stock, at 141 BVYERS. — £ 300 Alexandra Dock B, at 76% 10 Cardiff Junction Dry Dock Shares 25 Hills Dry Dock Shares 100 Two ReelLockStitch Sewing Mac Shs B500 Rhondda New Debenture Stk, at 118 10 Windsor Slipway Shares 25 Bank of Wales Shares 15 Penrikyber Ord. Shares, at 5% B500 Rhymney Ordinary Stock Mountstuart Dock A and B Shares B500 Brecon B Debenture Stock F. S. AND J. G. THOMAS, STOCKBROKERS, 1, DOCK CHAMBERS, AND STOCK EXCHANGE, CARDIFF. 1083 TELEGRAMS "Fleming, Cardiff." Telephone, 158 BUYERS. Cardiff Junction Dry Dock Shares Cardiff Gas Preference AITOW Patent Fuel Shares Norths Preference and Debenture Cardiff Ice Co. Shares .SELLERS. — Barry Ordinary Stock, at 230 Garw Water Shares Cardiff Malting Co. Shares Vale of Glamorgan Shares Bute Dry Docks Shares THOS. F. PEARSON, STOCKBROKER, 3S, West Bute-street (and Stock Exchange), Cardiff. Telegraphic Address, "Gedge, Cardiff." Telephones-Nat.ioijal. No. 139; P.O. No. 82. 1093 BUYERS. —Brecon and Merthyr Ordinary Cowbridge and Aberthaw Allotments 10 Swansea United Brewery Ordinary SELLERS. -5 Crown Soap, So paid, Shares 5 Wallsend Pontoon Shares Rhondda Pref. Shares 100 Floating Metallics 10 Tredegar Iron A Shares 10 Swansea United Brewery Ordinary TREGERTHEN DUNN AND CO., STOCK AND SHARE BROKERS, EXCHANGE BUILDINGS, BUTE DOCKS, CARDIFF AND STOCK EXCHANGE. 1136 Telegrams—"TREDUNN, CARDIFF." Nat. Tel. No. 130 SELLERS -500 A 75 Rhymney Iron New, at 13a 3d B500 Barry Ord, Stock 50 Cardiff and Penarth Trams, at 4% 30 Searle and Herring Shares 50 Norths Ordinary Shares, at 2% BUYERS. -100 Rhvinney Iron New,at 12s 9d £ 200 Rhymney Ordinary Stock B500 Norths Colliery Debenture 60 Norths Preference J. W. COURTIS AND CO., BANK BUILDINGS, ST. MARY-STREET AND STOCK EXCHANGE, CARDIFF. lltt Telegrams—" Stocks. Cardiff." Telephones—Nat.. 551 PO., 517 BUYERS -15 Provincial Tramway Pref Shs, at DIOR llhondda. & S. Bay Ordinary 10 & 2 Hancocks Pieference, at 13% Cardiff Ice Co. A Shares Spi'lers Preference Shires 15 D. Davis A Sons Shares lG Hancocks Ordinary Shares SELLERS. -20 Vale of Glamorgan Ry. Shares 10 Metropolitan Bank Shares E Hancocks Ordinary, at 18 25 Hancocks Pref. Snare* £ 300 Barry 2nd Pref Stock 10 London and Provincial Banks E. B. SIMS, STOCK & SHARE BROKER, POWELL-PLACE AND STOCK EXCHANGE, BUTE DOCKS, CARDIFF. 1173 Telegrams, "^Iwres" Cardiff. P.O. Telephone, No. 51 BUYERS. 50 Rhymney Iron New Shares, at 12s 6d 10 Khymney Iron Old Shares, at 29s 9d SELLERS. -100 Rhymney Iron New Shares, at 13" 6d CHARLES MASSY AND CO., BUTE DOCKS. CARDIFF. Tele.zrams, Invest. Cardiff.' 1234 BUYERS. 20 Rhymney Iron New, at 13s l%d B500 TafF Ordinary, at 824. Penrikyber Pref at 8? Tredegar Iron A and B Shares 10 Hancocks Ordinary 100 Albions, at 2!0 18s 9d 10 Barry Glaring Docks, at 16% Cardiff Ice A, B, and C Shares SELLERS -150 Rhvmney Iron New £ 200 and £ 50J Taff Ord., at 83% 10 Penrikyber, af S 70 Nort lis Ordinary, at 2% W Hancocks Ordinary PERCY POWELL, STOCK & SHARE BROKE B., U3, Bute-road, Cardiff. 1270 Telegrams, Purse. Cardiff." Telephone. G.P.O 89 BUYERS. Hrvnmawr Gas, at par Parnall and Evans Prefs at 7 20 Westlakes Pref., at 4 xd SELLERS Bonds, iiris'ol Biewery Ord., at:Cl 7s 6d Brynmawr Gas, at 10s prem. 10 Bank of Wales, at 7s 50 J. Bland3, at 1bs 5 G. and T. Spencers Ords., at C7 Pryce Jones Preferences, at 5% 20 Vale of Glamorgan, at 22s 6a prem. ERNEST SULLY AND CO., 125. BUTE-ST.. CARDIFF. Teleerams "Trust." BUYERS. -100 Alexandra Estates, at 5s 6d 20 Spillers Preference, at 12% 10 Windsor Slipways Spillers, at 9 100 Champ d'Or Deeps, at 20s 3d 500 Norths Debentures EO Norths Ordinary, at 2% 5C Chamn d'Or, at 53s 9d SELLERS. -5 Hills Dry Docks, at 100 Alexandra Estates, at 59 10%d I 5 Penarth Pier Shares Spillors Preferences 100 Champ d'Or Deeps, at 21s 3d 5) lirecon A Merthvr B Preference 100 Rhymney Iron Old Shares Spillers Ordinary, at 2% 200 Rhymney Iron New LIONEL E. TAYLOR & CO. (Late of J. W. Courtis. Taylor & Co.), STOCK AND SHARE BROKERS, ,W. BUTE-STREET, and STOCK EXCHANGE, CARDIFF. Telegrams—" Security, Cardiff." Telophones-P.O.. 113 National,212. 5920 BUYERS 10 Albion Colliery Shares I 280 Rhymney Iron New Shares 6 Bute Dry Docks, at 62 20 Spillers Ord. Shares, at 9 100 Tuckers Ord. Shares, at 1% 50 and 20 Bank of Wales Shares SELLERS. -20 Hancocks Ordinary Shares, at 18 100 Rhymney Iron New Shares 10 and 5 Spillers Ordinary Shares, at 9% 12 Cardiff and Penarth Trams, at 4ft 30 Tuckers Ordinary Shares, at 1% P ARSONS AND HOBJENT STOCKBROKERS, 1086 CENTRAL CHAMBERS, NEWPORT. Telegrams Uobient. N 1'1\ "()If, Telephone, No2l FOR SALE-25 Searle and Herrings 50 Ebbws, at £8 16s M 10 Star Bricks 5 Morris and Griffins Ordinary 100 Manchester Ship Canal £ 10 Ord, at 2% WANTED. -28C Rhymney Iron New 20 Mon. Steam Laundry Shares, st 4% 100 Provincial Trams 10 South Wales Tobaccos 24 Swansea Gas C, at 363,4 20 Brynmawr Gas Shares 100 Ebbw Vales, at S8 12s 6d 50 'f uckers Ordinary B500 Newport Gas Debenture, at 130 30 Parnsl and Evans Preference Newport or Cardiff Gas, all classes £ 5COO avaible for Mortgage, at 4 p.c. ;HENRY J. rlLLING:JiH. & CO.. LATK BETTON SAYCE, VAUGHAN AND CO. STOCK AND SHARE BROKERS, 41, HIGH-STREET, NEWPORT, MON. 1101 Telephone No. 127. Tnle««uns Pillinrer. Newport BUYERS. Pontypridd Water Shares Rhondda Pref. Shares 500 Rhymney New, at 12s 9d 20 Windsor Slipways, at S12 50 Ebbw Vales, at 8% BtCOO Newport Gas A, at 203 S200 Brecon 1st Pref. Stock £10:0 Alexandra Dock Deb or Preference SELLERS. — £ 65 Newport Gas B £f2 Newport Gas C 100 Rhymney New Shares, at 138 9d £ 500 Taff Vale 4 p.c. Preference 6 Ystrad Gas and Water, at S12 2s 6d 8 Rhymney Gas and Water, at 8% £ 20 Newport Corporation Water Annaity 6 Parnall and Evans Ord., fully pd,at3% J350 Rhymney Ry. 4 p.c. Preference S45 Man. Sheff. A Lincoln 4 p.c. 1889 PI. 20 Star Bricks, at C12 12 Rhymney Iron New, fully paid, at 31s WRITE for PARTICULARS showmg how LARGE PROFITS can be made with a SMALL CAPITAL by DEALING in STOCKS and SHARES. Write for Noble's present Advice and Guide, post free. Established for several years at same address. Prompt settlements, losses limited, profits unlimited £ 5 covers £ 500 stock at 1 per cent., £ 50 £ 5,000, Ac.—A. M. Noble,. Devonshire Chambers,. Biahopsgate-etreet, London. Tvlegrapbiq address— L'JPwcw~ 16W SWANSEA Telegrams :— Wills, Swansea.' STEPHEN P. WILLS, STOCKBROKER, ]BUY ER.-Rhondda Ordinary ■ 11 11 ■■■
RAILWAY TRAFFIC RETURNS FOR THE PAST WEEK 1894. 1893 In. Dr. Brecon and Merthyr 1650.. 1397.. 253.. — South-Eastern 46155.. 42158.. 3997.. London. Brighton,and S C 45928.. 4â30.. 3198.. Taff Vale and Penarth Rail. 14305.. 15286. 321 Rhymney 4432.. 3%8.. 544.. Cambrian 4691.. 458L 109.. — Rhondda and Swansea Bay. 585.. 454.. VI.. — Great Eastern 77637.. 70787.. 6850.. — Metropolitan District 8181.. 8008.. 173.. — Metropolitan 14522.. 14105.. 417.. — Lancashire and Yorkshire.. 85561.. 74683..10878. — Midland 174278..128347..45931.. — Pembroke and Tenby 647.. 567.. 80.. — Barry 6907.. 6723.. 184.. — London and South-Western 65739.. 63515.. 22?4. — London, Chatham A Dover. 26521.. 25006.. 1821.. — Great Western 17690C.. 173630.. 3270. London and North,Western.230242 .2Qd985..25257..
seUTH WALES TIDE TABLE. CARDIFF* SWANSEA, t NIGWPORTJ |Oct. M0r.1Krn.jHKt. Mor.|Evn.,HKt. Mor.jEvu jH^t. 15 M 7 10 7 2735 4 6 12 6 28|32 3> 7 23 7 40 xT"9 16 T 7 44 8 135 9 6 47 7 4'32 T 7 57I 8 143 £ 2 17 VV 8 la' 8 3535 4 7 21! 7 38132 4 8 311 8 4835 9 18 T 3 541 9 1234 4 7 57! 3 19!31 5 9 7i 9 2534 9 19 F 9 31 9 5232 9 8 40 9 3 29 6 9 4410 5;53 2 20 S10 1510 36 30 5 9 25 9 5127 410 28:10 49,30 10 21 S;ll 111 37 27 1110 1910 5225 911 1411 50 28 4 22 Ml —10 2126 411 31 —124 11! — 0 34126 9 Roath Basin tPrinceof Wales Dk 1 Alexandra Dk.
CARDIFF EXCHANGE. BUTE DOCKS, THURSDAY. 'Change was well attended this morning, but business was quiet in all branches of the coal trade. For first-class steam lls 6d to lla 9d were the quoted prices, but buyers with tonnage ready were able without much difficulty to obtain con. cessions. Small was very plentiful at prices ranging from 4s 9d to 5s per ton f.o.b. The house coal market was steady, and last prices were maintained. Pitwood was quoted at 15s to 15s 3d, and there was no alteration in coke prices. In our local freight market outward steam chartering was fairly active. Mediterranean rates generally exhibited an improving tone, and in some instances higher figures than have re- cently ruled were obtained. There was next to nothing doing coastwise, and there was only a moderate inquiry for Baltic tonnape. The following comprise the latest operations re- ported Venice, 5s, clean (Wm. Symington). Marseilles, 6%fcs., clean. Valencia, 6s, clean (Springbok). Genoa, 5s, clean (Leo). Pert Said, 4s 9d, clean (.James Cameron). Port Said, 4s 9(1, clean (Duke of York). Passages, 5H 3d (Fortescue). Port Said. 5s, clean. Algiers, 6fcs., clean. Gibraltar, 5s 9d (Benefactor). Shipments at Barry Dockon Wednesday, 17,018 tons. Vessels in dock-17 steamers, 19 sailing vessels total, 36.
BALTIC REPORT. LONDON, THURSDAY. Freights steady. At the Baltic there is a. steadier feeling in the trade for cargoes of wheat, but business remains within narrow limits 23s paid for 10,500 qrs. Californian prompt, and 18s lOVad for arrived Plate per Vale of Neath Plate new crop, 20s sellers buyers,19s 9d. Maize firmer-19 9d bid for October Danube, and same price obtainable for October-November. Barley steady-igs 7d refused Azoflf on passage.
LIZARD SIGNAL STATION. THE LIZARD, Thursday.-IVind N, light. Weather fine. Barometer 29-74, falling. Passed Eaet-Karster Lanzaard, from Apalachicola for Dieppe Elvira, of Naples Sanda, of Glasgow; City of Bristol, of Dublin Theory, of Belfast; Lesreaulx, of Cardiff Winstanley, of Dublin; Avalon, of Hull Scott Harley, of Cork; Monmouthshi'e, of Newport; Huroua, from Montreal for London Count d'Aspre- mont, of Swansea Nessmore, from Boston for London Nerana, from Baltimore for Havre Colum- bia, from New York for Southampton Moliere, of Cardiff; Scotsman, of Leith. Passed West-Fremgang, of Grimscadt James Bibby, of Liverpool steamers Spree, from Southampton for New York City of Malaga, of Dublin Mary Tlioinas, of Cardiff White Rose, of Liverpool; Sir Bevis, of Southampton.
SWANSEA BAY SIGNAL STATION. MUMBLES LIGHTHOUSE, Thursday.—Wind N, light. Weather cloudy. Sea smooth. Passed East-iteamers G N Wilkinson, of Cardiff; Talbot, of Liverpool; Challenger, of Liverpool; Larry Bane, of Troon Normand, of Swansea; King Ja. Ja, of Swansea. Passed lfest-steainerii Barbadian, of Liverpool Turtle, of Glasgow; Trefais,i of Falmouth.
SHIP FOR ORDERS. The steamer Bennington, of Glasgow, arrived in Swansea Bay on Thursday, and received orders for Barry Roads.
MOVEMENTS OF LOCAL VESSELS. Corso passed Beachy Head for Antwerp 18th Usk lext Bayonue for Cardiff 18th Godmunding passed Dover for Barry 18th Tintern Abbey arvd Dordt 17th Jersey left Sulina for Nantes 18th St Donats left IA Rochelle for Bilbao 18th Lavernock passed MitUa for Alexandria 17tit -Tredegar left St Nazaire for Bilbao 17tb- Dunmail left St Malo for Cardiff 17th Leda arvd Bristol 17th Wenvoe passed Constantinople 17th Charies T Jones arvd Sebastopol 17th Cairo (Turnbull's) arvd Marionople 17th Charies T Jones arvd Sebastopol 17th Cairo (Turnbull's) arvd Marionople 17th March leg Gibraltar for Rotterdam 36tt Wilfrid arvd Blyth 16th Nethergate left Newport for Marseilles 17th Parkgate left Constantinople for Amsterdam 16th Caedmon left Cronstadt for Wyborg 17th Eastgate arvd Savona 16th Northgate arvd Njiands 16th Southgate left Malta for Antwerp 13th Rhyl arvd Bilbao 17tli Mark Lane passed Pera 17th Newby arvd Bremerhaven from Wilmington 17th Roath left Brindisi for Constantinople 17th Tarpeia passed St Catherine's for St Nazaire 17th Romanby left Grimsby for Cronstadt 17th C ARDIFF—ARRIVALS. ROATH DOCK, Oct 18.—St Aubin ss, 749. James Tnrpie s-, 1080. Homer ss, 892. Fecamp, light,. EAST BUTE DOCK, Oct 17.—Fritz Reuter, 1475, Hamburg, light. Amor, 392, Bristol, light. Living- stone, 226, Dublin, ballast. Colin Archer, 657, Nor- koping, timber. Dodo as, 712, Bordeaux, pitwood. Oaklands ss, 1252 Meteor, 394, Copenhagen, ballast. Upupa ss, 568, Cork, sundries. EAST BUTE DOCK, Oct 18.-Solvray ss, 407, Glasgow, sundries. Syea ss, 327, Liverpool, light. Mabel, 701, Calais, ballast. Elda, 669, Dunkerque, ballast. Werfa ss, 601, Brest, light. Bucentaurss, 1226, Odessa, wheat. Nicoslan ss, 862. WEST BUTE DOCR, Oct 17.—Faunus ss, 562. Lythe- more, 175, Southampton, ballast. Bedlormie ss, 187, Llanelly, light. Vale ss, 434, London, light. Olga, 244, Waterfowl, ballast. Sneyd ss. 111, Falmouth, light. Britannia ss, 15, Lavernock, scrap iron. WEST BUTE DOCK, Oct 18.-I,ark ss, 44. Auric ss, 217, Caen, light. Voltaire ss 205, Liverpool, sundries. Derby, 55, Bristol, maize. Martha Jane, 34, Canal, light. Georgo, 256, Poole, pitwood. Brothers, 38, Canal, light. James, 38, Canal, light. PENARTH DOCK, Oct 16.—Swan, 778, London, light. Allendale, 551, Liverpool, light. Northern Empire, 899, Malmo, ballast. PENARTH DOCK, Oct 17.—Rive de Gier, 641, Penarth Gridiron, light. Urda, 440, Nantes, light. Celeste, 409, Dartmouth, light. Titan, 103, Roads, light. PENARTH DOCK, Oct IS.—NewMMin. 556, Plymouth, light. Ashdene, 733, London. light. SAILINGS ROATH DOCK, Oct 17.-Scotsman ss, Schleiman, Gothenburg. Marquis of Bute ss, Bodwin. Liverpool via Newport. Diamond as, Arthur, Cowes. Oswald ss, Lewer, Port Said. Ann, Barrett, Newport. ROATH DOCK, Oct 18.-Frankiin ss, Constantinople. Glaiihafren ss, Walters, Genoa. Boma ss, Hooper, Teneriffe. Roseland ss, Bricknell, Havre. Sarah, Knight, Highbridge. EAST BUTE DOCK, Oct 17.—Upupa ss, Reynolds, Cork. Pharos ss. Dusting, Alexandria. Wm C Mitchell ss, Newman, Santos. Garonne sa, Nielsen, Bordeaux. Fredrikke, Cornelensson, Pernambuco. WEST BUTE DOCK, Oct lB.-Kate, Jones, Carnarvon. Elizabeth Cowman, Shea, Waterford. Cruiser, Irwin, Ufracombe. Anna, Noblanc, Vannes. Leon Jeune, Mewry, Kilrusli. Albion, Harrison, Portsmouth. Bohallard, Noblanc, Le Croisic. Carmen, Hansen, Copenhagen. Mary, Yeo, Par. Gipsey Maid, Moore, Par. Ocean Pearl, Monaghan, Kilmoor. PENARTH DOCK, Oct 16.-Rhymney, Roberts, St Nazaire. Rochetort, Mulholland, Southampton. Peter Graham, Beer, Rouen. PENARTH DOCK. Oct 17.-Camrose, Galveston. Livorno, Marseilles. Devonia, Genoa. Pelayo, Olaeto, ;Barcelona. Allendale, Lorrimer, Southampton. Swan, Randall, Liverpool. Great Western, Roads. PENARTH DOCK, Oct 18.-Rive de Gier, La Rochelle. Peleus. Shapland, Cano Town. ENTERED OUTWARDS—Oct 18. Shanghai, Romney ss. B, 1763, Mullan, Hall Bros Bombay, Inchlonga, B, 1944, Hogarth & Woodruff Malta, Winnie ss, B, 1177, Trechinann, Carrick & Co Genoa, Phillis Angel ss, B, 1574, Tysan. M Ai.gel Gibraltar, Labarrouere as, B, 767, Morel Bros Co St Servan, Windsor. B, 53, Blackmore, Morel Bros &Co- Rio Janeiro, Lowther Castle, B, 1781, Heard & Co Havre, Moliere ss, B, 965, Crosby, L Gueret St Michaels, Eiffel Tower ss, B, 2061, Campbell, Hardy. Wilson and Proctor River Plate, Mortlake ss, B, 1756, Watts, Ward & Co Gw-noa, Boyno ss, B, 1226. Fisher, Hardv, Wilson & Co Hong Kong, Moldava ss, B, 1577, Cay, "Hall & Co St Malo, Werfa ss, B, 601. Sjilley, W J Tillett <fc Co port Said, Trawidden ss, B, 1682, Foster, Haih & Co Buenos Ayres or La. Plata, Cinque. Iy, 1060, Morteo Bros Tariagona, Urda ss, Nwy, 44J, Teliefsen & Co Calniar. Svea as. Nwy, 327, Due, Teijefsen & Ce Hennebont, Pauline; JF, 79, Morel Bros & Co Concarneau. Adrien, F, 81, Pierinont, Morel Bros & Co Arcachon, Maris Stella, f, 135, Morel Bros dz Co Rio Janeiro, Fritz Reuter, Nwy, 1479, F P Carrel New Orleans, Knight Templar S3, B, 2704, Paine, Guthrie, Heywood & Co CLEARED-Oct 18. Odessa., Amphitrite ss, B. 2900 coal St Michaels, Eiffel Tower si, B, 5000 coal Havre. Moliere ss, B, 2000 coal River Plate, Mortlake ss, B, 2000 coal St Servan, Windsor, B, 95 coal Gibraltar, La-ba-rrouore ss, B, 1600 coal St Vincent, CV, Yedmandale ss, B, 2470 coal Buenos Ayres, Cypher, B, 750 coal Marseilles, Cosmopolitan ss, B, 1800 coal St Malo, Werfa ss, B. 1150 coal Port Said, Trowidden ss, B, 3250 coal Hennebont, Pauline, F, 114 coal Concarneau, Adrien, F, 160 coal Arcachon, Maris Stella, r, 225 coal Colombo 'l'erpsichore, Ger, 3100 coal Pelotas, Hildur, Den, 225 coal Buenos Ayres, Axel, Nwy, 1200 coal Tarragona, Urda ss, Nwy, 740 coal Port Limon, Costa Rica, Zliba, Nwy, 230 coal, 152 timber Buenos Ayres, Solid, Nwy, 663 coal Para., Thor, Den. 1170 coal Genoa, Phillis Angel SS, B, 2900 coal IMPORTS—Oct 18. Norkeping, Colin Archer, timber, Robinson, David ft Co Bordeaux, Dodo as, pitwood. Simkin Bros Cork, Upupa ss, sundries, E C Downing Glasgow, Solway ss, sundries, E Taylor & Co Ode-sa, Bucentaur ss, wheat, Spillers & Bakers Lavernock, Britannia as. scrap iron, P Baker & Co Liverpool, Voltaire ss. sundries. M J Begg & Co Bristol, Derby, maize, -T Hibbert & Son, Glynn Mill Co Poolo, George, pitwood, H W Wood Davey BARRY DOCK. ARRIVAL Oct 16.—Brinkburn ss, Havre, light. A RRiVAis, Qct 17.stelvio ss. Brilliant, Dunkerque, ballost, Largiemore, ilotterdam, ballast. Swift, lioadp, light. SAIXJNQS, Oct 16.-Fallodeii Hall ss, Colombo. MouooWa.ss, Lee Paluiaa. Amphitrite Of Odessa. Mrvtin.vu.Bwk Eifftl Tower sa* ( Gottard ss, Genoa. Moliere ss, Havre. Lesreaulx ss, Nordenhamn. SAILINGS, Oct 17.—Mortlake ss, River Plate. Occi- dent, Port Pirie. Linda ss, Madeira. NEWPORT—ARRIVALS. ALEXANDRA DOCK, Oct 18.—Wordsworth ss, 1246, Sharpness, light. Beatrice ss, 304, Dublin, light. Irene Morris ss, 929, Antwerp, light. Leyden ss, 2255, Rotterdam, light. OLD DOCK, Oct 18.—Zona, 550, Risoer, pitwood. Ivanhoe ss, 599, Havre, light. Pyrope ss, 167, St Servan, light. Kirkless ss, 245, Waterford, light. RIVER, Oct 18.—Mary Jane, 57, Bristol, light. Samuel Dixon, 37, Wexford, light. Tredegar ss, 59, Bristol, light. Effort, 41, Chepstow, stone. Kate, 48, Dfracombe, light. Victoria, 39, Barnstaple, light. Albion,, 79, Castletown, light. Problem, 63, Kinsale, light. Mary, 53, Bridgwater, light. Active, 64, Bridg- water, light. John, 72, Highbridge, light. Friends, 31, Watchet, light. Queen Anne, 28, Bridgwater, light, llose, 64, Bristol, light. Thora, 78, Bristol, grain. Carbon ss, 52, Bristol, light. John ss, 86, Bristol, light. County of Lancastel ss, 129, Bristol, light. Gervase ss, 417, London via Bristol, general. Moderator ss, 57, Bristol, general. Burton, 50, Bristol, generaL Plover ss, 122, Liverpool, general. SAILINGS. ALEXANDRA DOCK, Oct 18.—Lady Havelock ss, Steven.soj!, Portland. Isle of Ramsey ss, Williams, Barcelona. Rembrandt ss, Coulter, Reggio. Cassia as, Hill, Bilbao. Monmouthshire ss, Jenkins, Bremer- haven. Laleham ss, Brown, Leghorn. Beatrice ss, Smith, Dublin. OLD DOCK, Oct 18.—Ferric ss, Hamilton, Cork. Kirkless ss, Coffey, Waterford. Cirages Francais ss, Kermorvant, Hennebont. Scott Hailey ss, Spillane, Portland. RIVER, Oct 18.—Express, Clarke, Bnde. Catherine Hendry, Jones, Portmadoc. Liberty, Watts, Newquay, Alpha ss, Luxon, Highbridge. Harry Herbert, Murray, Conrtmacsherry. Cardiff Castle, Bell, Bristol. Twee Gazusters, Clements, Bristol. Prince Albert, Toms, Bristol. Ethel ss. Miles, Bristol. Parton, Curran, Dungarvan. Herbert, Ward, Wadebridge. Cygnet, Baker, Bridgwater. Elizabeth Ann, Lewis, Bridg- water. William, Trunks, Bridgwater. Thornev, Har- rington, Brictgwater. Maria, Snort, Skibbereen. Why Not, Guard, Applodore. Six Brothers, Bushen, Clona- kilty. Henrietta, Farasy, Cork. Fiona, Bertram, Waterford. Heroine, Thomas, Whitegate, Cork. Carbon ss, Woodman, Bristol. John ss, Allen, Bristol. Emily Maria, Jenkins, Bristol. Alary Sinclair, Cham- lew Cowes. ENTERED OUTWARDS—Oct 18. Naples, Irene Morris ss, B, 929, R Gething jun & Co New Orleans, Leyden, Hoi, 22o5, Jones, Heard & Co Vigo, Berthe. F, 154, A H Tapson & Co Seville. Ivanhoe ss, 8, 539, Budd & Co Trieste, Woodfleldss, B, 990, Mordey, Jones & Co Marseilles, Wordsworth ss, 15,1245, R Gething jun & Co CLEARED—Oct 18. Naples, Wellfieldss, B, 2250 coal New Orleans, Leyden ss, Hol, light IMPORTS-Oct 18. Bristol. Thora, 1400 sacks wheat, Star Mills Co London via Bristol, Gervase ss, general, R Burton&Son Bristol, Moderator ss, general, R Burton <& Son Bristol, Burton, general, R Burton & Son Chepstow, Effort, 100 stone Liverpool, Plover ss, general, R Burton <fc Son Risoer, Iona, 140 loads poles, 420 loads props, • R Gething jun & Co EXPORTS COASTWISE—Oct 18. Bristol, Ada Maria, 115 coal, W J Hoskins Bristol, Mary Jane, 100 coal, T Beynon & Co Lynmouth, Mary, 20 coke, Partridge, Jones & Co Skibbereen, Jessie, 150 coal, Partridge, Jones & Co Ilfracombe, Jane, 48 coal, James & Emanuel Bristol, Eugenie Auguste, 180 coal, firpentwysColliery Ballinacurra, Annie Di vey, 116 coal, Tirpentwys Co New Ross, Rheidol, 200 coal, H Powell Bridgwater. Active, 106 coal Weston, John, 135 coal Bristol, Tredegar ss, 120 coal Bridgwater, Queen Anne, 105 coal Portland, firitnsby ss, 770 coal, W II Chambers Londonderry, Pyrope ss, 480 coal, T Wilks & Co Dublin, Beatrice ss, 900 coal, J F Thomas & Co Wa-erford. Kirkless ss, 430 coal, J F Thomas & Co Bristol, Ann, 85 coal, Jonathan Williams A Co IIfracombe, Kate, 85 coal, Jonathan Williams & Co Cork, Problem, 100 coal, Jonathan Williams & Co Dunball, Mary, 130 coal, A S W James Gloucester, Reliance, 65 coal, G M Humphreys & Co Bristol, John, 100 coal, G M Humphreys & Co Dungarvan, Acorn, 175 coal, T G Cartwright Wexford, Ellen, 162 coal, Mon A Cwm Collieries Co Ballinacurra, Two Sisters, 130 coal Clapp, & Co Wexford. Samuel Dixon, 80 coal, Clapp & Co Bridgwater, Marie Eug-nie, 83 coal, T G Cartwright Dunabratton, Jessamine, 93 coal, T G Cartwright Combrnartin, Mistletoe, 68 coal Bristol, Harriet, 150 coal. J Darrock Bristol, Iron Duke si, 165 coal, J Darrock Bristol, John ss, 18) coal, J Darrock Bristol, Carbon ss, 140 coal, J Darrock Bristol, County of Lancaster ss, 260 coal, J Darrock Bristol, Regina, 110 coal, J Darrock Bristol, Prince Albert, 150 coal, J Darrock Bristol, George, 140 coal, J Darrock SWANSEA—ARRIVALS. » NORTH DOCK, Oct 17.—Morgan Richards as, 770, Belfast, light. Gwendoline, 42, Tenby, fish. Earl of Lathora, 100, Connah's Quay, pitch. NORTH DOCK, Oct 18.— II F Bolt, 62, Bideford, gravel. Talboi ss, "Liverpool, general. SOUTH DOCK, Oct 17.—John James ss, 30, Newquay, light. SOUTH DOCK, Oct 18.-Dolphin, 65, Milford, light. PRINCE OF WALES DOCK, Oct 17.-Sapphire ss, 165, Harrington, tinplate bars. PRINCE OF WALES DOCK, Oct 18.-Southwick ss. 391, Bristol, light. SAILINGS. NORTH DOCK, Uct 17.-Cairiigorm ss, McLean,; Newry. Scoresby ss, Logie, Oran. NORTH DOCK, Oct 18. Trabant, Schumackier. Kingston, Jamaica. SOUTH DOCK, Oct 17.—Syra ss, Bliault, Cette. Turtle ss, McMillan, Ballycastle. Avon ss, McDougall, Belfast. Theory ss. Bell, Trouville. SOUTH DOCK, Oct 18.—Barshaw ss, Cameron, Lerwick. PRINCE OF WALES DOCK, Oct 17.—Lido ss, Cole, Valencia. Missouri ss, Brown, Philadelphia. Win- stanley ss, Dempsey, Caen. Montana ss, Watkins, Baltimore. Marabeila ss, Renfon, Cannes. City of Bristol ss, Walsh, Rotterdam. PRINCE OF WALIW DOCK, Oct 18.—Barbadian ss, Highton, New Orleans. ENTERED OUTWARDS—Oct 18. Dunkerque, Alcyon, F, 90, Tuugay, L G Jeffreys & Co Morjaix, Galilee, F, 77, Hervis, L G Jeffreys A Co Cherbourg, Amitie, F, 12% Chauverton, L G Jeffreys Bougie, Emilie as, F, 470, Balsen, Fred Lewis CLEARlm-Oct 18. Gothenburg, Anna, Nwy, 380 coal Boagie, Erailio ss, F, 900 coal Dunkerque, Alcyon, F, 170 coal Morlaix, Galilee, F, 160 coal Amsterdam, Sovereign, B, 500 coal Philadelphia, Missouri, B, 1000 general Baltimore, Montana, B, 1000 general IMPORTS—Oct 18. Sea, Gwendoline, 5 cwt tish, ship's account 35 lime- stones, Westlake Harrington, Sapphire ss, 391 tinplate bars, J Watson Connah's Quay, Earl of Lathom, 220 pitch, Vivian EXPORTS COASTWISE-Oct 18. Sea, Gwendoline, a5 slag, Westlake Newquay, Fleetwing, 66 coa!, S & J Hill: Liverpool, Inca ss, 21 copperas, Madge 70 coal, Ocean Co Port Talbot, Jessie McClew, 140 phosphate, Vivian Cork, North Sea, 130 coal, F Le Boulangev Bridgwater, Copious, 115 coal, Ystradgynlais Co Dublin, Clara, 135 coal, Margrave & Co London, Southwick, 800 coal, R Hodgens; 40Jcoal, Harries Bros Cardigan, Eliz Davies, 45 coal, S & J Hill Cardigan, Eliza Anne, 50 coal, S & J Hill Cardigan, Ellen Owens, 55 coal, S <& J Hill Belfast, Morgan Richards ss, 1400 coal, Vivian <fe Sons Devoran, Magnet, 130 coal, Hall A Co Millbay, Bonita, 60 coal, Norton & Co Warrenpoint, Sapphire ss, 390 coal, E W Cook A Co BRITON FERRY. ARIUVALS, Oct 17.-Coi,rwg ss, Bilbao, iron ore. Sumus ss, Granville, light. Solway Prince ss, Port Talbot, light. Hayle ss, 186, Hayle, ballast. Dart, Wexford, ballast. Olivia ss, Portreath, light. Louise ss, 64, Kiimore, ballast. Miner as, 140, Duddon, pig iron. Jane McColl, 67, Wexford. oats. SAILINGS, Oct 16.-Jeanne ss, Mostyn. Cameo ss, Belfast. Oct 17.-fom, Bray, Watchet. Test ss, Belfast Solwaj King ss, Brown, Hayle. Counk d'Aspremont, Stevenson, Rouen. Solway Prince ss, Moore, Larne. Oct IS.-Olivia ss, Grenfell, Port- reath. ENTERED OUTWARDS-Oct 17. Guernsey, Emma Grace, B, 85, Manifold, R Mitchell LLANELLY. CLEARED—Oct 17. Caen, Ituna ss, B, 730 coal Newry, Duddon ss, B. 300 coal
NEWPORT IMPORTS AND EXPORTS. The export of coal, foreign and coastwise, from Newport for the week ended Wed- nesday evening amounted to 73,354 tons and one cargo (w*ight not given), of which 52,411 tons were despatched to foreign ports, and 20,943 tons and 1 caryo went coastwise. The other exports for the week included:—Patent fuel, 1,175 tons; rails, 990 tons slag, 500 tons bricks, 200 tons railway iron, 114 tons; wooden shifper", 4') tons; coke, 25 tons tin-plates, 7 cargoes clay, 4 tons iron rolls, 5 tons iron pots, 2% tons corrugated iron, 2 tons and general merchandise, 5 cargoes and 266 tons. The imports for the week were :-Iron ere, 10,136 tons pig iron, 175 tons; pitwood, 3 cargoes, 1,470 loads, and 305 tons; stone, 2 cargoes and 705 tons manganese ore, 1,150 tons wheat, 16,020 bags pit-props, 855 loads lite- wood, 1,050 loads Jathwood, 362 loads sand, 265 tons limestone, 226 tons grain, 2 cargoes flour, 1 cargo slates, 1 cargo timber, 175 loads deals, 106 loads gravel, 25 tons ma- chinery, 20 tons tin boxes, 3,000 tiles, 1,500 casks cement, 7 empty boxe.=>, 10,000 creosote, 22,000 gallons hay, 40 tons and general merchandise, 13 cargoes and 20 tons.
WOUNDED TIGERS. Mr Reginald Gilbert, who has had 17 years' experionca of the grand sport in India, tells us that if a wounded tiger, panther, or bear is simply left alone," as some persons advise, the nMXt innocent native woodcutter or herdsman who is so unfortunate As to go near him is certain to be killed. His friend the late Mr Gibsdn, of the Bombay Forest Service, wounded a tifrer one day just as darkness was coming on. which compelled him to ltava it. Next morning, close to the same spot, he aa^ne upon the torn and mangled body of a native boy. While he was examining the boy the tiger rushed and seized Mr Gibson, who died from the injuries he sustained. Mr Gilbert, in his paper in the Bom, bay Natural History Society's Journal, states the plan he has always adopted in following up a wounded beast is to get as many beaters as he can and form them into a solid body, then place him- self with the other guns in the front rank, having his spare rifle-bearer close behind. The whole body then move slowly forward. Now and then the beaters throw stones forward into the thickest jungle and are encouraged to make a noise. The wounded tiger or panther, more often than other- wise, reveals his presenoe by growling. jMr Gilbert's theory is that a wounded beast will not charge home into a solid body of men. If all stand firm he will not coma on.
VEHICLES FOR WHITCHURCH. At ameeting of Cardiff Cabs Committee, on Thurs- day under the presidency of Alderman Y oratb.1 an application was made on the part of the in- habitants of Whitchurch that the North-road 'buMs should be run as far as the Plough Inn,, Whitchurch, and also that three additional drivers should bo licensed to run wagonettes. After some consideration it was decided to defei'. the matter until the next committee meeting.
C. BRANDAUKR & Co.'s Circular-Pointed Pens neither scrak-h nor spurt, the points being rounded by 9, naw process. Assorted Sample Box for seven stamps to the Works, Birmingham 1227 THOU ART THE MAN is the title of Miss Braddon's new story which is now appearing in the Cardiff Times and South Wales Weekly News. Many lpeciil features. A mairazin'» newspaper in one. weekly. Order at once. 36lISntt5S 4 E. ROBERTS, j i30, DUKE-STREET, CARDIFF. £ 1 Sole Agent in South Wales for the Celebrated | SOAKING RAIN-PROOFS. OB B Porous and Healthy. No Rubber used. HS J These Garments have gained the Highest Reputation. KEPT m STOCK IN THE LEADING STTLES FOB LADISS AND SOTED FOR SCHOOL & COLLEGE OUTFITS. gW "ETON SUITS. VALUE^1 30/- & 35/% GENTLEMEN. SOTED FOR SCHOOL & COLLEGE OUTFITS. gW "ETON SUITS. VALUE^1 30/- & 35/% Illustrated Catalogues Post Free. 3356 Cnoss B ROTHERS, WORKING-STREET, CARDIFF. Have Special Offers in WOOD-WORKING MACHINES. gAW JJENCHES, JJAND SAWS, pLANING AND MOULDING jyjACHINES, JOINTING MACHINES, WOOD- w ORKERS, MORTISING AND BORING MACHINES, DRILLING MACHINES, HORIZONTAL AND VERTICAL STEAM ENGINES, BOILERS, SHAFPING, WROUGHT AND CAST-IRON PULLEYS, PLUMMER BLOCKS, COUPLINGS, AND ALL ACOESSORIES Of the most Modern Design for the Transmission of Power. Telegrams Cross." Telephones: National, 530; P.O., 506. 7627 WEDDING RINGS, J £ EEPER INCTS. JgJNGAGEMENT RINGS, SIGNET RINGS, -plMERALD j^lNGS, SAPPHIRE IttNGS, JQIAMOND RINGS, R OBY RINGS, pEARL I -Lq C. S, OPAL INGS, JjlANOY RINGS. HY. TAINSH. i FWELLER, 3 ST. iy £ AR T-STR EETi-i CARDIFF. 8409 R. J. HEATH & SONS, CARDIFF, p ONTYPRIDD, AND L ONDON, JpIANOFORTE AND ORGAN. m ERCHANTS. (FROM'. SOUTH WALES DAILY NBJyS. 9Ta JANUARY, 1894.) VERDICT OF IININE HUNDRED.' -Under this title Messrs R. J. Heath and Sons, Queen-street, Cardiff, Eianoforte makers, organ builders, and music ware- ousemen, have collected an imposing array of testi- monials and Prsss opinions relating to the quality of the musical instruments supplied by them. The firm is so well known in Cardiff, and, indeed, throughout Sou h Wales and the West of England, that it is hardly necessary here to dwell upon its influence and commanding position. This collection of testimo aials 1 serves, however, to do something more than certify I to the excellence of the instruments furnished by Messrs Heath and Sons. It shows, in a sense, how | steady is the growth among the general public of a | desire for a knowledge of music, and how increasingly • numerous, even in the homes of the working classes, are pianos, organs, and harmoniums. The great majority of the letters in this list relate to pianos, ana while many of them have reference to most costly instruments containing all the latest improvements, supplied to the well-to-do, the greater number relate to serviceable instruments purchased for the homes of the rlJiJJg portion of the community. This growing love for so refining an art as music is a most favourable sign. For though in the Principality music has for generations been the chief recreation of the people, it has for the most part been choral music in connection with churches and chapels that has occu pied attention. Instrumental music is now, however, receiving 11s fair share of attention, and all those in true sympathy with the art must trust that the move- ment will go steadily onward. These testimonials have been received from every quarter of the Princi- pality, while not a few come from other portions of the United Kingdom, and some faoiii South America,India, and other distant countries. All speak most favour- ably of Messrs Heath's business methods as well as of their instruments. R. J. HEATH & SONS INVITE INSPECTION. FULL ILLUSTRATED LISTS AND VERDICT POST FREE. 1066 GRAND THEATRE BOOKING OFFICE. 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. Sold in Boxe3 4s 6d each, by all Chemists and Patent Medicine Vendors throughout the world, or sent to any address for sixty stamps by the Makers. The Lincoln and Midland Counties Drug Company, Lincoln. 1003 J TflREE YEARS SYS fJIHREE YEARS SYSTEM 1 piANOFORTES BY COLLARD, pIANOFORTES BY BRINSMEAP/j pIANOFORTES BY NEUMEYERrj pIANOFORTES BY KIRKMAN, f D pIANOFORTES BY ERARD, ft AND ALT. THE LEAtUNG MAKERS W FROM 10s MONTHLY I y Until Paid for; after which, and Without any lIuilW Charge whatever, the instrument becomes jfi the Property of the Hirer. S fJtHOMPSON AND gHAOKBC^ LIMITED. f QUEEN'S MUSIC WAREHOUSE, CARDIFF j THOMPSON AND gBCACKBM IMITED, 1 32 CASTLE-STREET, SWANSEA. A THOMPSON AND gHAOKEfiS LIMITED, 1 118 HIGH STREET. MERTHYR. mHOMPSON AND SHAC LIMITED, COMMERCIAL-STREET. NEWPORT. AND BRANCHES. 5 npHE rjlHREE s YS Was first introduced into South Wales by THO AND SHACKELL upwarcis of thirty years ago, a which time many thousands of homes have been T* dered h&ppy by the possession of a Musicaa Ims on such easy terms. c f The Monthly Payments are so low that there neg be no house without a PIANO, AMERICAN ORGAN, OR HARMONIUM. 1 rjlHOMPSON AND S H-ACKELD. LIMITED, Are always pleased to send Full Particulars, Descriptive Pamphlet, Photographs of the Ne styles, Ac free by post, on the application of intending purchaser. DISOOUNT FOR CASH, The most liberal Discount is llowed to Cash B and a large number of SECON-D.HAND,PIUANOS always in Stock to select from at about HALF PRICE. j HOMPBON AND jgHACKE& LIMITED, £ > CARDIFF, SWANSEA, BRISTOL, ELIllr. « NEWPORT, MERTHYR, GLOUCESTER, J PENARTH. PONTYPRIDD, &c. ——— 1047-1- SOLE AGENTS FOR THE CELEBRATED Estey ORGANS. °,EE 270.000 A MLDDt WILLIAM TRESEDER, NUItSBILf" T T MAN, SEEDSMAN, AND FLORIST, CARDIFF. FOREST TREES I Larch, Scotch, Spruce, Austfl* IN LARGE Birch, Ac., Ac). QUANTITIES. Samples and Price on A, 100,000 I have a fine Stock of transpj*" f THORNS. stuff at reasonable pE**58—— APPLES.PEABS Jjarge quantities of fine, y°ut!s- „TT^,Fr^' beafthy Trees. Standards, CHERRIES, &c. muls, bush, trained, <fcc. | *^c- price for large quantities^ j PEONIES, Now is the time to plant s PYRE THRUMS beautiful flowering plants^- plants PYRE THRUMS J beautiful flowering plants^- STOVE AND I A fine selection can be ieo GREENHOUSE at the Nurseries, PLANTS. COWBRIDGE-R0AD. Japanese inenrved, reflexed var»L CHRYSANTHE- ties. Fine large plants, 24s to MUMS. doz., in 8in. and lOin. pots- Thousands of plants to selectf^S? WREATHS, CROSSES, OTT FLOWERsT—This special feature of my establishement. All order* executed with promptitude and despatch. JOHN WILLIAM8 AND SOS FOR THE LATEST INVENTION N ITCHEN J^ANGE^ ENORMOUS SAVING IN COAL. j IT IS THE QUADRANT ITCHEN^ < It has a Self-adjusting Fire, raised or lowered to any point by one hand allso many other 1IJ1 portant improvements. „ We also sell the Eagle, the Cornish, the Cft"1" -;JI brian, the Leamington, the Carrona—in fact, 8W ill Range can be supplied. In JMMENSE STOCK OF "I RATO" AT SPECIAL PRICRS Including the Marlborough Grate," with tbe 1 Royal York Adjustable Fire. The fire can b* j reduced or increased at pleasure. It is really the 4 best Grate for a smoky chimney. GREAT HEATIN" POWER at a small cost. ? CATALOGUES FREE. ALSO WOOD, MARBLE, ENAMELLED, A^* > IRON MANTELPIECES. 9,13,15,17, QUEEN^STREET, CARDlF^J The cadoxton and barR^ BILL-POSTING COMPANY (LIMITED); & 1 VERE-STREET, CADOXTON -BARRY, Secretary, MICHAEL DAVIES.. > B&ot Positions and Largest Connection in the e ricli. 6757 >: £ 1,000 i j] ACCIDENT INSURANCE COUPON OCEAN ACCIDENT AND GUARANTEE CORPORATION (LIMITED), 40, 42, 44, MOORGATE-STREET, LONDON, E.C. WESTERN BRANCH 7, i;ALDWIN.STREET, BRISTOL. (To whom notice of claims, undtir the following conditions, must be sent within seven days to the above address.) Insurance Ticket, issued under Section 33 of the "Ocean Accident and Guarantee Company, Limited, Act, 1890." ONE THOUSAND POUNDS WILL BE PAID by the above Corperation to tha next-of-kin of anyone who it KILLED by an ACCIDENT t. the TRAIN, OMNIBUS, or TRAMOAR (within the United Kingdom or Channel Islands) in which the deceased was a passenger, or who shall have been FATALLY INJURED thereby (should death result within three calendar months after such accident); should such accident not prove fatal, but produce within the said period tf three months PERMANENT DISABLE. MENT—t.e., the loss of una limit (arm ax leg, by actual separation above the wrist or ankle)—the person injured shall bit entitled t. receive ONE HUNDRED POUNDS; I provided that the psrsen e« killed 4r injured had upon his ,;r her person a copy of the urrent issue of th* HOUTH WALES DAILY NEWS, with his or her usual signature written in ink or pencil ea space provided below, which is the essence of this contract. This Insurance holds good far the current day's issue, and entitles the holder to tho benefit of, and is subject tr, the cgndicions of tb:a. Ocean Accident and Guarantee Company, Limited, Act, 1890," Risks No. 2, 3, 5, and 6, The Corporation admit II that the* purchase of this Paper is th9 payment ef a C premium under Section 34 of the Act. SrGKATTOB..r^7 ft.b. If' .n,n Friday, October 19, 18-94, Printed and Published by the Proprietors, JIAVLB BUN CAN SONS at 105, St. Mary-e* wad Westga^etreet in$ha tawa ot OardiS* ia the 0 iX 81 Olaawiw*