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Hijipping Hoiices. I ~A$& > Ml) A tm vs FIRST-CLASS SCREW KAMJ £ I.tS wiil sail as follows, circum- itanees permitting'.— T„„ in OS'K Cardiff for Bordeaux Jan. iU OOltDOGNE ..Bordeaux for Cardiff Jan. 9 With goods anil passengers. For Rates of Freight, Ac., apply to Mr A. G. Tod, 1 Quai des Chartvous, Bordeaux T and at the Otface )f the Company,51, Mount, Stuart-square, Cardiff. 1071 W. It. COR&IELD 3481 (Late Hooper, Campbell, <fc Co.), Manager. IE F, S W iNSKi; VY AND NEWPORT, £ ^K&_ TO BELFAST AND GLASGOW ■VASSSSSTR FIRST-CLASS STEAMERS Are intended to Sail with Goods and Passengers as follows:— CARDIFF to BELFAST every MONDAY, p.m. tide. CARDIFF to GLAftGO iY every THURSDAY, p.ra lide. SWANSEA TO BELFAST and GLASGOW, EVERY WEDNESDAY, p.m. tide. NEWPORT TO BELFAST and GLASGOW, via Swansea, avery ALIERNATB TUESDAY, p.m. tide. Fates Belfast: Cabin, 17s. 6d.; Steerage, 10s.; jliasgow Cabin, 20s.; Steerage, 12s, 6d. Soldiers or Saiiors, IOs. Return Fare and a Half, available for wo months. Further particulars from M. Jones and Brother, Swansea I L,. Burton and Son, Newport; or lou E. TAYLOR and Co.. Cardiff. S'JST CUNARD LINE. J^rcxfy/.FIVE & A THIRD DAY PASSAGES. 9 OYAL MAIL STEAMERS JLfc; FROM LIVERPOOL CALLING AT QUEENSTOWN. Fou NEW YORK. IOlt BOSTON. UJCANIA ..Sat., Jan. 12 CEPHALONIA ..Jan. 10 KTRUREA Sat., Jan. 19 CATALONIA, Th., Jan. 17 CAMPANIA..Sat., Jan. 26 SCYTHIA.Th., Jan. 24 SUPERIOR ACCOMMODATION at moderate fares 10r FIRST and SECOND CJass Passengers; also hrough to CHINA, JAPAN, NEW ZEALAND and AUSTRALIA. Steerage Passengers to all of America and Canada at low rales; those by Boston Steamers booked to New Yori: without extrlt charge. fIlE CUNAIW STEAMSHIP COMPAN Y, LIMITED tJ, Water-street, Liverpool. J OR TO THEIR AGENTS, Samuel John Davies, 9, Edward-place, Crockherbtown Cardiff; W. J. Trounce, But -Docks, Cardiff Messrs T. C. Howe and Co., Cardiff D. S. Thomas, School- master, Llandovery; D. T. Davies, 52, High-street, Merthyr W. M. Locke, 3, Commercial-street, New. port J. Roberts, Pontypridd; W. Hancock, 2, Downing-street, Llanelly. 1180 FR.YKXR A M E'R I C A N LINE. A SOUTHAMPTON—NEW YORK UNITED STATES MAIL STEAMERS. SOUTHAMPTON TO NEW YORK DIRECT, livery SATURDAY. Highest Class- of accommodation for Saloon, Second CaDin Passengers. Steerage fare £ 2, outfit free. LIVERPOOL—PHI LAD ELPHIA SERVICB. Every WEDNESDAY. LIVERPOOL TO PHILADELPHIA, Calling Queenstovvn every lhursday. outfitfree. Passengers and Goods are landed at Philadelphia on the Wharl of thelenn- lylvania .li ail road, which has; the Shortest and most Direct Route to all places in the Western States. 1016 Apply to Richardson, Spence Co., Southampton or Liverpool; or to S. J. Davies, 9, i^dwards-pi., Queen- it • T. C. Ilovve & Co., 31, Mount Stuart-sq.; C. J. Cud- lipp. Castle-rd., Cardiff Mason and Co., 2. Mount-st., Swansea Austin and Siicocks, Swansea T. If. Austin, Neath-road, Lamioie-; IJ. S. Thomas, British School, Llandovery; W. Hancock, Downing-st., & J. L. Bowen, Neath-road, Lamioie-; H. S. Thomas, British School, Lla71(!overy; W Hancock, Downing-st., & J. L. Bowen, Lakefield, I.Ianelly; ll. Lewis, Bridge-sc., Neath; I). L. Jones, 23, Villiers-st., Briton Ferry J. Roberts, Pontypridd 1>. 'J'. Davies, Merthyv J. S. Lambert, 2, The Woodlands, Porth H..1. Evans, Merthyr; M. D. Price, A.Tilney.SteamSawMills, Abertiiiery A. H. Tfiontas, Blaina; A. Davies-, 1, Jueen- st., Pontloflyn; W, II Hitchings, Aberkenlig; J. Thomas, Trsde<;av J. D. Thomas,t-evenSisters, Neath. J £ >ALGRAVE, MURPHY & LINE OF STEAMERS. •OBWHMW SWANSEA TO HAMBURG CITY uL" CADIZ Captain Conno1: CITY OF DORTMUND Captain Codd CITY OF OfOitTO Captain Hcare i, One of the above or other steamers of thelia-me Line intended to leave Swansea for Hamburg every Ten Days.. „ For Freights, < £ c., apply to the owners, Palgrave, Murphy & Co., 17, Eden Quay, Dublin, or to the Agents, BUlUrESS & CO., Swansea Agent at Hamburg D. FUHRMANN. 8756 PALGRAVE, MURPHY, AND CO.'S JL REGULAR LINE OF STEAMERS JW1 HAMBURG TO CARDIFF AND CARDIFF TO HAMBURG. City of Amsterdam, I City of Hamburg City of Belfast City of Lisbon, City of Bristol I City.of I.iverpool, City of Cadiz, City of Malaga, City of Cork, City of Oporto, City of Dortmund, City of Rotterdam. One of the above First-class Steamers is intended eave HAMBURG for CARDIFF and CARDIFF foi HAMBURG at regular intervals. For particulars apply to PAI.GRA.VE, MURPHY, AND So., 17, Eden Quay, Dublin or to J. 1'. DUNCAN & CO., CARDIFF. Agent at Hamburg—D. FUHRMANN 1196 LONDON TO CARDIFF & SWANSEA. WE EKI, YSAILIN G S. The London a.nd South Wales Steamers are intended to Sail every FRIDAY from London (Kin" and Queen Wharf, Rotherhithe, S.1£.), carrying Goods for CAR. DIFF and W ANSlA, as follows :— Camel London to Cardiff and Swansea.. Jan. 11 Fitzwilliam s.s., Jan. 18 For further particulars apply to Matthews and Luff, 102, Fenchurch-stieet, -London F. H. Tucker and Co., Swansea; or Matthews and Luff, Vienna Chambers. Ca.rdilf. 2227 OMINION LINE "ROYAL MAIL STEAMERS. — Special through Bookings at low rates to all inland points in Canada and United tltatSILING FROM LIVERPOOL WEEKLY. The steamers of this line are replete with every modern comfort. Saloon, Second Cabin, anclSteerage at lowest rates. Apply to Mississippi aiuf Dominion Steamship Co., Ltd., Liverpool and Bristol, or to their Agents :-8. J. Davies, 9, Edward-place, Queen-street, Cardiff; T. C. Howe and Co., 31, Mountstuart. square, Cardiff; A. D. Webber, Great Western Railway, Bridgend J. Roberts, 24, High-street, Ponty- Pridd; N. D. Price, 54, High-street, Femdale; D R. Powell, Post-office, Maesteg Elias H. Davies, B&glan Chambers, Pentre, Rhondda; J. S. Lambert, 2, wood- lands, New Cemetevy-roa 1, Porth or to John Calloway, Bridge House, Mountain Ash. llWo^ ZEALA7NIYIDIIIPPING COM PANY. TENERIFFE, CAPlPFoWN, TASMANIA, I AUSTRALIA (VIA IIOBART), AND NEW ZEALAND. Monthly Service. Excellent accommodation. Liberal #nisine. Special arrangements for hooking passages %t Reduced Fares and Round the World Tours. TONGARIRO 4,163 tons Jan. 10 Apply to J. B. Westray & Co., 138, Leadenhall- Street, London, E C. or in Cardiff to J. A. Scott, Emigration Office, Cathavs-terrace, or S. J. Davies, 9, Edward-place, or C. J. Cudlipp, 32. Castle-road. 1023. &M. A MERICA AND BACK FOR T-RRRX/ £ 3 16S> FOUND. INNR" LIVERPOOL TO AMERICA, £ I 16S; s„ SOUTHAMPION TO AMERICA £ 2, American Lines; Cunard and White Star Lines, Fffkvfen* Leaver, and Dominion Lines to Canada, £ 2. #r S<A?D flom NEW YORK to LIVERPOOL A.pplv for Tickets to ficke'ta Emigration Offices, Pontypridd. Best Line? FROM All Parts of the World by the v«eDlr. Steamers. Send stamped envelope for —Parcels booked to all parts. 3685 insurant*. ESTABLISHED OVER HALF-A-CENTURY. THE MUTUAL LiFi INSURANCE CO. OF NEW YORK. R. A. Tt BANK lSD, Bankers. A GOOD PAST THG BEST FUTURE Assets, December £ 38 000 000 Paid to Policv-holaiholders siiicj I84V £ 4,'000!(XX) Returned to Polic} lh e,fS43, over £ 75,000,COO The Wonderful Growth oHhefCompanyi? du; large degree, to the /nntracts an?esfcn°Wons and Conditions in its Policy L p]i^.to the Oppor- tunities for Investment winch Fohcies?rovide.Pt' A PROFITABLE ^uL\tION WlTHour The FIVE PER CENT." to the Beneficiary the payment of cent. for Twenty vears, and the principal d of that toe.or«sS, «^TECRION TOE THE Executors, Trustees, and all ni^t^NEW de^h jervation of ProDerty affected by 11 (.niars to a.nv DUTIES, should at once apply for particulars 10 any Vt the Branch Offices, or to D. C. HALDEMAN, rrpTand General Manager for Great Britain and J Q 17 and 18, Cornhill, London, Branch Office for South Wales j™. VAIEDOINAN CHAMBERS, ST. MARY-STREEI. 9384 GEORGE HUGHES, B-1' Manage = "XTO NAME OINTMENT. J -L* This Ointment is confidentially recommended as an old, tried, and successful remedy for scurvy,scrofula, glandular swellings, ringworm, old wounds, ulceratea legs, scald heads, blotches on the face aud body, St. Anthony's fire, bur; chilblains, bruises, piles, fistula, rheumatism, bunions, £ c. It will soon heal up the ttost obstinate eruptions of the skin of every kind. Please note the Trade Mark Label on each pot. "XTO NAME PILLS. For scrofula, scurvy, ulcerated lege, erysipelas, Blotches on the face, eruptions on the body, piles, "TK a' Siandular swellings, <fcc., &c. iney may be taken by persons of either sex, are tome and invigorating, and, acting upon the secretions, toey are a truly valuable blood purifiers, and may be asea m conjunction with the No Name Ointment in any of the above diseases. 1J an<* boxes by all chemists. Price 7yad, them a each. No family should be without SOLE PROPRIETOR :— J. WHITEHOUSE, 194, DERITEND, BIRMINGHAM. T Agents wanted in every district. 6648 QNE BOX OF CLARKE'S B 41 PILLS *ad t0 cui'e Gravel, Pains in the Back. Kindred complaints. Guaranteed free from j?n.150X68 4s 6d each, by all Chemists ™edicme Vendors throughout the world, address fog^ixty stamps by the Makers and Midland Counties Drug Company M03- SALESBY ^udioiL AUCTION APPOINTMENTS. Messrs W. C. CLARKE and DOVEY. Leasehold Properties, Shares, &c., at Cardiff ..Jan. 24 Mr D. EVANS. Grocery and Provisions, &c., at Caerphilly Jan. 9 Messrs GOTTWALTZ, BOWRiNG & PERRY. Office Furniture, Ac., at Rooms- „Jan. 10 Furniture, &c., at Cardiff Jan. 17 Freehold Land, at Cowbridge Feb. — Messrs S. HERN and PERTWEE. Leasehold Properties, at Cardiff ..Jan 17 Messrs'H. HILL & CO. Household Furniture, &c., at Swansea.. • .Jan. U I Mr W. G. LATTY. Prime Bullocks, at Cardiff Jan. 15 Messrs JOHN M. LEEDER and SON. I Household Furniture, at Swansea Jan. 10 Messrs J. G. MAUDOX & SON. Household Furniture and Etiects.at Cardiff, ..Jan. 10 Mr MORGAN MORGAN. Leasehold Property, at Cardiff .Jan. 21 Residence, at Cardiff "J8,0, 21 Leasehold Properties, at Cardiff .Jan. < £ > ) Messrs MORGAN and JAMES. Leasehold Property, at Aberdare Jan 15 Messrs PARSONS and ROBJENT. Double-Licensed Hotel and Stabling. at Cardiff. Jan. — Mr ALFRED PHH,UPS. Horses, at Messrs POYVELL, LEWIS and CO. Furniture, Hotel Utensils. &c., a.t Cardiff Jan. 10 Furniture and Effects, at Roath. Jan. 21 I Cottage Property at The Mart, Cardiff .Jan. 21 Messrs S'lEPHENSON and ALEXANDER. I Household Furniture, tfce., at Barry Jan. 16 Farming Stock, Crops, &c., at St. Andrew's Jan. 17 Properties and Ground Rents, at Cardiff — Messrs WEBBER and WILKINSON. Furniture and Effects, at Cardiff Jan- 10 SHERIFF'S SALE. Household Furniture and Effects, at Cardiff Jan. 9 P WHARNCLIFFE, CHARLES-PLACE BARRY. MESSRS STEPHENSOIS & ALEXAN- DER are instructed by the owner, who is leaving for Algiers, to SELL by AUCTION, on the premises at Barry, 011 WEDNESDAY, the 16th January, commencing at 12 o'clock noon, THE ENTIRE CONTENTS OF THIS RESIDENCE, Comprising a fine dining-room suite of furniture in mahogany, with sideboard to match, very fine three- tier carved walnut sideboad, with plate-glass panelling. The contents of DRAWING-ROOM, including two valuable walnut inlaid cabinets of rare workmanship, an upright grand piano by Kirkman, a very tine suite of rosewood drawing-room furniture, pair mirrors, ornaments, china, etc. The bEDROOM FURNITURE comprises an elegant carved rosewood bedroom suite, manufactured by Messrs Trapuell and Gane for exhibition purposes brass and iron bedsteads, etc. toilet tables, wash- stands, ware, and other bedroom appointments. The Contents of SMOKE-ROOM and DOMESTIC OFFICES, &c. Several valuable pictures, the carpets, rugs, and all other necessary articles used in the furnishing of a substantial residence. Catalogues are in course of preparation, and will be ready a week prior to the sale. Wharncliffe Is within five minutes' walk of the Barry Railway Station, and is near to the Ship Hotel. Persons requiring substantial and elegantly made furniture will find this an unusual opportunity for I purchasing genuine articles of the very best quality and workmanship. The Furniture may be viewed on Tuesday, January 15th, between the hours of one and five. 1076 TY DRAW FARM, ST. ANDREW'S, NEAR CARDIFF, Within a few minutes' walk of Dinas Powis Station on the Barry Railway. MESSRS STEPHENSON and ALEX- ANDER are instructed by Mrs Catherine Spickett, who is giving up her farm, to SELL by AUC1TON without reserve, on the premises as above, on THURSDAY, January 17th, 1895, at 1.30 p.m., the whole of her FARMING STOCK, CROPS, IMPLE- MENTS, &c., Consisting of 22 Cotswold ewes in lamb, 4 excellent milking cows in calf,6 two-year-old Hereford cattle, 5 yearling Hereford cattle, 2 cart mares, 2 store pigs, 1 rick of wheat, 1 rick of oats (crop of five acres), 1 mow of barley, 2 mows of prime meadow hay, and 1 mow of clover lmy. The IMPLEMENTS, &c., comprise Wagon, chaff machine, 2 carts, turnip cutter, Cambridge roller, mowing machine, winnowing machine, 2 pairs drags, single and double ploughs, chain harrows, scuffiers and scarifiers, scuffle-drags, turnip drill and roller, 2-wheel tmp. harness, dairy utensils, and a portion of the HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE. Three Months' Credit, subject to the usual condi- tions. 9994 THE CORPORATION HORSE REPOSITORY, CARDIFF. MR ALFRED PHILLIPS will hold his NEXT SALE of HORSES At the above Repository on TUESDAY, JANUARY 15TH. The present entries comprise HUNTERS, HARNESS HORSES, and COBS, including 3 HORSES, the property of D. T. Alexander, Esq. 2 HORSES, the property of Major James. 4 HORSES, the property of a farmer also HORSES from Messrs Lewis, James, Thomas, Herne, Barnett, Jenkins, Emmerson, and others. There will also be sold several sets of harness, clothing, &c., &c. Gentlemen having horses to sell are requested to emcr them at once to ensure due publicity. Entry forms and all particulars from the Auctioneer, 139, Severn-road. N.B.—Total expense on horses not sold is 5s. 1117 SALE TO-MORROW On THURSDAY NEXT, JANUARY 10th, 1896, IMPORTANT UNRESERVED SALE OF EXCEL- LENT MODERN HOUSEHOLD APPOINTMENTS, removed from Richmond-road, and sold by ortler of Arthur Wilcox, Esq., who is leaving Cardiff also EFFECTS from other Residences in Cardiff and neighbourhood. MESSRS J. G. MADDOX and SON are favoured with instructions, as aboNe, to SELL by PUBLIC AUCTION at their Salerooms, 25, Duke-street, Cardiff, the whole of the very swperior and nearly new HOUSKHOLD FURNITURE AND EFFECTS, including an upright grand piano in walnut case, dining and drawing room suites, sideboards a#ld ele. gant cabinets, dining ami occasional tables, carpets, rugs, &c., complete bedroom suites, 6ft. warcb-obes, 7 iron and brass bedsteads with bedding complete, &c., &c.; also two real sealskin jackets. On view day prior to and morning of Sale, wftiich will commence at 2 o'clock precisely. 1111 SALE TO-MORROW TO PUBLICANS, PARTIES FURNISHING, AND OTHERS. SHORT NOTICE OF SALE. MESSRS POWELL, LEWIS AND CO. -Lr-α- have received instructions to SELL by AUC- TION at Nos. 343 and 345, Cowbridge-road, oca THURS- DAY NEXT, 10th January, at 2 o'clock in the after- noon, the whole of the FURNITURE, HOTEL UTENSILS, and EFFECTS, comprising — Cylinder writing desk, hearthrug, Kitchen tables, oil cloth, cloth rugs, Venetian blinds, beds and bedding, arm chairs, couches, toilet glass. lamp, clock, a number of useful chairs, deal seating, 1 deal counter, 1 pull beer engine, clock, copper muller and stand, 2 Chinese model bowls, 48 gSass sleevers, 11% doz. pint glasses, 11 spirit measures, 6 ware spirit jars, taps, 4 tin cans, pints, quarts, and gallons, 4 pints, wash-up basin, cut glass decanters, quart jugs, cham- pagne glasses, claret glasses. KITCHEN.—Deal ki. chen table, chairs. BACK KITCHEN.—Gas cooking stove, ordinary back kitchen utensils, 4 arm chairs, oil cloth, brackets, ornaments, and other articles too numerous to set out in detail. Dated. Auctioneers' Offices, Temple Chambers, 8. St. John's-btreet. Cardiff. Jan. 7th, 1895. 1127 PRELIMINARY ANNOUNCEMENT. IMPORTANT SALE OF COTTAGE PROPERTY IN CARDIFF. NOS. 21,22, and 23, LILY-STREET, CARDIFF, AND LARGE STABLKS AND YARD ADJOINING. MESSRS POWELL, LEWIS and CO. have been instructed by the Executors of the will of Mr Henry Oram, deceased, to SELL by AUCTION, in the middle of January, the above desirable PROPERTIES. Also Nos. 343 and 345, Cowbridge-road, Cardiff. Full particulars will shortly appear. Auctioneers' Offices, Temple Chambers, 8, St. John a- Etreet. Cardiff. 1072 ON TUESDAY, JANUARY 15TH. 1\/H"R W. G. LATTY is instructed to SELL by AUCTION, on the above date, at Roath Market, SIXTEEN PRIME STALL-FED BULLOCKS. Further Entries may be SALE THIS DAY. TO GROCERS AND OTHERS. CASTLE-STREET, CAERPHILLY. MR D. EVANS is instructed to SELL by AUCTION, on the premises occupied by Mr J. Payne, as above, on WEDNESDAY, 9th January, 1895, a large quantity of GROCERY AND PROVISIONS in excellent condition. Also valuable Trade Utensua (nearly new) and most elaborate Shop Fittings. The latter (fittings) will be offered in one lot. Sale to commence at 10 o'clock sharp. Auctioneer's Office, 9, Windsor-place, Cardiff. 1031 SALE THIS DAY. 158& 159, BUTE-STREET, CARDIFF. TO BE SOLD by AUCTION, at the JL above address, on WEDNESDAY NEXT, January 9th, sufficient of the HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE AND GENERAL „ EFFECTS, -Belonging to Miss Josephine G&tti and others, to llatsfy a distress for rent. win Lots can be seen on the day of the Sale, which 1 commence punctually at Two o'clock p.m. • Queen-strwpK Cardiff, January 4th, lo95. 1126 ——————————WWM————— RJ^EETB;! DENTISTRY TEETH Restore Mastication, Digestion, a.nd Beauty t M R KE A L Lw t38 Years' #_UrGEON DENTIST ,»« Ti T P a §?S?nce' 28 Years in Swansea), 19?1 S»WS"LTREET, SWANSEA Begfto intimate that h^,f8ter? way Station), ship guaranty. PtanleM Dentistry ?by Gas, also by the Anaesthetics, uocame and Ether Sm4v Partiai 58 P«footh. Upper or Lower Seta Turn 1*111002*8. gW ALL'S TONIC AND NEURALGIC MIXTURE Sure^dSpeedy Cure for NeuriOsria, Xic Doloreu'x Rheums, Tootnacne. and all Nervous Pains. Is iy2d and 2s 9d perj^°ugh any Chemist. Cardiff Mr Munday, Chemist, l Duke-street Mr Robb, Chemist, R°^th. ^^ort: Meggra Garrett Bros., Chemists, 171, Neath Mr J. G. Isaac (late E^mari)- 9^™ J4?-neUy Mr Morgan W. James. Bridgend. Messrs Pntchard and Roberts, Caroline-street. 038 TIT PAINE & CO., BILL-POSTERS ADVERTISING AGENTS for ABERDARE, HIBWAIN, MOUNTAIN ASH, PENRHIWCEIBER AND DISTRICT. Agents for Guion and American Lines. 3590 ——— 1137 'ÃDn._J>m¡ç:eT,Pl:tB.. I Sates Inr JUtciiGit. I TO-MORROW (THURSDAY), 10TH JANUARY, 1895. I UNRESERVED SALEOF CAPITAL OFFICE FURNITURE I and FITTINGS, removed from The EXCHANGE, MOUNTSTUART-SQUARE, Cardiff, by orer of MESSRS J. DK HART AND CO., and from other sources. MESSRS GOTTWALTZ, BOWRING, and PERRY have, received instructions to SELL by AUCTION at their SALEROOMS, 11, HIGH-STREET, Cardiff, To-morrow (THURSDAY) 10th January, 1895, the „ EXCELLENT OFFICE FURNITURE AND FITTINGS removed as above, Including A VALUABLE AMERICAN PEDESTAL WRITING TABLE, with shutter front, cylinder writing tables in oak and mahogany. A WELL MADE PITCH PINE CLERKS' DESK rTfTED I WITH GAS STANDARDS AND GLAZED SCREEN, A mahogany clerks' desk, walnut and mahogany en- closed washstands with desk top aud cupboards under, copying presses on stands, a duplex copyer, water- welts and brushes, office stools with padded seats. A MAHOGANY CYLINDER BOOKCASE, Oak, walnutand mahogany writing tables on pedestals of drawers, office chairs with revolving seats, letter I scales and weights, inkpots, inkstands, cash box, several directories, carpeis, ctc., also a number of FIRE AND BURGLAR PROOF SAFES, by CARTWRIGliT AND SON, WEST BROMWICH, and a BANDED SAFE by SIUDMORE AND SON, WOLVKR- HAIIPTON. ON VIEW MORNING OF SALE. 1069 UNRESERVED SALE of FURNITURE and HOUSEHOLD APPOINTMENTS elegant BED- ROOM FURNITURE in various woods, DRAWING- ROOM FUltNITUR, Turkey, Axminster, and other Carpets, suites of Curtains, a WELL- FURNISHED DINING-ROOM, a collection of Oil Paintings, expensive brass Lamps, and effects, being I THE ENTIRE CONTENTS removed from TYDERWEN HOUSE, MAESTEG, an<Zfrom a large residence in tke Cathedral-road. MESSRS GOTTWALTZ, BOWRING -Lt-α- & PERRY will SELL by AUCTION, at their Salerooms, 11, Higli-street, Cardiff, on THURSDAY, I 17th January, at 11 o'clock, the above HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE. Further particulars will appear in next week's papers, and catalogues may be had from the Auctioneers. 1031 TO INVESTORS AND OTHERS. PLASTURTON GARDKNS, WOODVILLE- ROAD, I AND T'REHARRIS-STREET, CARDIFF. SALE OF LEASEHOLD PROPERTIES, SHARES, AND REVERSIONARY INTEREST. j MESSRS W. C. CLARKE & DOVEY I .1.i.. have received instructions to SELL by AUC- TION, at their Saleroom, 31, Queen-street, on THURS- DAY, the 24th January, at 3 for 4 o'clock p.m. (subject to conditions to be produced), the following desirable PROPERTIES :— LOT 1.—27, PLASTURTON-GARDENS, CARDIFF, held under a lease for 99 years from 1890 at a yearly ground rent of jE5 8s, and now let under a monthly tenancy realising £35 per annum. LOT 2,-No. 4, TREHARRIS-STREET, CARDIFF, held under a 99 years' lease from 29th September, 1885, at a ground rent of £2 ]6$ per annum, and let at 6s 6d per week, LOT 3.-No. 110, WOODVILLE-ROAD, CARDIFF, held under a, 99 lease from 5th December, 1879, at a ground of B4 's per annum, and let at a yearly renial of £ 30. LOT 4.—No. 112, WOODVILLE-ROAD, CARDIFF, held under similar terms, and let at £28 12s per annum. 1 LOT 5.-No. 113, WOODVILLE-ROAD, CARDIFF, held under a. 99 years' lease from 29th September, 1878, I at a yearly ground rent of £<1 Os lOd, and let at B50 per annum. LOT 6.-No. 114, WOODVILLE-ROAD, CARDIFF, held under a 99 years' lease from 29th September, 1878, at a ground rent of £4 Is 2d, and let at £3ù per annum. If desired, 110, 112, 113 and 114, Woodville-road, can be offered in one lot. The Property is admirably adapted for conversion into shops, for which, in future, owing to their situation, there will be a. demand. LOT 7.-2 Fully Paid-up £100 SHARES in the South Wales Steamship Company, under the management of Messrs Evan Jones and Co., Pembroke-buildings, Bute Docks, Cardiff. LOT 8.—10 A SHARES, fully-paid, B10 each, in the Cardiff Steam Laundry, Dyeing, Carpet and Window- cleaning Company, Limited. LOT 9.-2;¿ Fully-paid B5 SHARES in the Caerphilly, Gas Light and Water Works Company, Limited. 1 LOT 10.— All that REVERSIONARY INTEREST of | Daniel Morgan, a bankrupt, in a sum of £175alld a sum of B50 (more or less) subject to the life of his mother, ¡ whose age is now 74. These sums of £ i75and of £ 30(moreorless)must be invested ill the names of a Trustee and Mrs Morgan to secure payment of the interest to Mrs Morgan, on whose death these monies will become the property of the purchaser at the present sale. For further particulars, application may be made as I te Lot", 5, 4, 5, and 6, to Tom Williams, Esq., Solicitor, Neath as to Lots 7, 8, and 9, to John Morgan. Esq., Solicitor, I'vedtriek-streist, Cardiff as to all the Lots, to the Auctioneers, 31, Queen-street, Cardiff. 1151 SALE THIS DAY. ST. JOHN'S-SQUARE AUCTION MART. GENUINE SALE of SUPERIOR and WELL- MADE FURNITURE, PIANOFORTE and EF. FECTS removed from a well-furnishetl Residence in Catba.ys.terracc for convenience of Sale. On THURSDAY, Jan. 10th, 1895. MESSRS WEBBER and WILKINSON have received instructions to SELL by AUC- TION, at their salerooms, on above dates, at 2.30 p.m. the EXCEEDINGLY WELL-MADE FURNITURE and numerous effects removed from above and other residences, aml includiltg drawing-room suite in velvet, dining suite in leather, mahogany dining table, large oval walnut table, very elegant ormolu cabinet (one Bishop's patent), biz. sideboard, mahogany ¡ cheffonier, two hall stands, six occasional chairs, three library chairs, knee-hole pedestal table (removed from office in Queen-street), music cabinet, inlaid whatnot, handsome timepiece, pole aud rings, floor cloth, two bamboo tables, large overmantel with bevelled plates, walnut pianoforte, brass fenders, fire sets and dogs, several carpets and rugs, bedrooDI appointments, including bedding, two mahogany chest drawers, pair maligany duclieijse toilets, kitchen tables and chairs, &c., &c. On view at St. John's-square. 1032 SALE TO-MORROW IMPORTANT SALE OF HIGH-CLASS HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE Of superior London make and design, in excellent order and condition, lemoved from a. Residence in Bryn-road, Swansea. MESSRS JOHN M. LEEDER and SON .1.1.. have received instructions to SELL by AUC- TION, at the Swansea Auction-rooms, on THURS- DAY, January 10th, 1895, at It a.m., the above VALUABLE EFFECTS, Including a finely-carved ash and walnut suite, a very fine inlarid satin walnut bedroom suite with large ward- robe and overmantel en suite, and several suites for smaller rooms; massive brass Parisian and French I bedsteads, spring mattresses and bedding, mahogany I' toilet tables, several wardrobes Of various sizes, double and single toilet services. In the recep. tion rooms A most artistic drawing room suite upholstered in richly figured tapestry, exquisitely carvell" overman tel, also tables of vanous designs, a few choice omamental items, rosewood drawing-room furniture, occasional chairs in Genoa velvet, inlaid and occasional tables, Wilton pile and Axminster carpets, bordered Brussels carpets, dining-room suite in leather, pedestal writing table, a, large dining table, morning-room and library sets of furniture, the chairs covered in morocco massive mahogany six-feet bookcase with excellent paper ac- commodation, pair of tall ebonised pedestals, pair of gran<lfather's easy chairs, inlaid rosowood writing tables, six massive oak chairs in Utrecht velvet, loo table in walnut, hat and umbrella stand, very hand- some china cabinets, massive and heavily carved wal- nut sideboard, two small bookcases, large mahogany wardrobe with plate-glass door and hanging cup- boards, gentleman's wardrobe and washstand com- bined, full compass grand pianoforte, together with a multiplicity of other articles too numerous to pa. ticularise. Goods on view day Drior to and morning of Sale. Sale to commence at 11 a.m. For further particulars apply to the Auctioneers, at their Offices, Goat-street Chambers, Swansea. 1C95 LONDON HOUSE AUCTION-ROOMS, 10, CASTLE- STREET, SWANSEA. MESSRS H. HILL and CO. will SELL by AUCTION, on the above premises, on FRIDAY, January 11th, 1895, alarge and varied assort- ment of HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, PIANOFORTE, &c.. Comprising dining suite in leather, drawing-room suite, walnut cheffonier with plate-glass back, oak sideboard with cupboards and drawers, inlaid walnut occasional tables, walnut overmantels, walnut piano- forte with iron frame, couches, dining tables, carpets, hearthrugs, oilcloth, iron brass rail bedsteads, spring mattresses, feather and millpuff beds, washstands with marble tops, dressing table, kitchen requisites, dresser with cupboards and drawers, &cM &c. Sale to commence at 11 o'clock in the Forenoon. Auctioneers' Offices, 1", Castle-street, Swansea. 1149 alts bV ||rtfoai £ d&untract FORALE. STEEL TRAMS with STEEL WHEELS and AXLES, 2' 8%" gauge. Apply Penrikyber Navigation Colliery Company (Limited), Mountain Ash. 1070 THE SCHOLASTIC TRADING CO. JL (LIMITED) NEW YEAR'S CARDS NOW ON VIEW. A LARGE STOCK OP PURSES, BIBLES, PHOTO ALBUMS, AND FANCY FRAMES, GENTLEMEN'S LETTER-CASES AND POCKET. BOOKS, JUVENILE BOOKS FOR REWARDS AND LIBRARIES. BEST IS SCRIBBLING DIARY IN THE MARKET, 463a WITH MAP. 8529 THE GREAT BLOOD PURIFIER THOMPSON'S BURDOCK PILLS over- X come the worst forms of diseases, and the foulest state of the blood, stomach, liver, a.nd kidneys they go to the core of every disease, where no other medicines l^GREATBLOOD PURIFIER cures the following complaints'—Indigestion, or wind in the stomacl*or bowels, giddiness in the head, dimnessof^sight, weak er sore eyes, loss of memory, palpitation of theheart.liver and bilious obstructions, asthma or tightness in toe chest, rheumatics,lumbago,piles, gravel, pams in the, back, scurvy, bad legs, bad breast, sore throaLSorej heads, and sores of all descriptions burns. white swellings, scrofula, or kings evil, gathenags, 'tumours or cancers, pimples or blotches on i body, swelled feet or legs, scabs a,nd. rich, erysipelas Chemists, or from the BnrtOCK Oxford-street, Swansea. uhlít ;t!ntírt!i. QARDIFF NATURALISTS' SOCIETY. A PUBLIC LECTURE will be delivered in the QUEEN-STREET PUBLIC HALL, CARDIFF, ON THURSDAY, JANUARY 10TH, 1895, at 8 o'clock p.m., by WHrrWORTH WALLIS, ESQ., F.S.A' (Directorof the Museum and Art Gallery, Birmingham), entitled In Search of Pharaoh." The Lecture will be illustrated by Special Views from Photographs taken on the spot by the Lecturer, and shown by the Oxy- Hydrogen Light. Admission to Non-Members, Is. 1121 SWANSEADIST^ICU7LIBERAL ASSO- t0 CIATION. D. BRYNMOR JONES, ESQ., Q.C., M.P. (One of the candidttte selected at a meeting of the Association held at Neath on 12th Oct. last), I WILL ADDRESS THE ELECTORS on the following da-tes :— Tuesday, 8th Jan At Taibach. Wednesday, 9th Jan.At ths Schoolroom of Philadel- phia, Hafod. .Thursday, 10th Jan..At tho Schoolroom of Pentre Esryll Chapel. Friday, 11th Jan At Loughor. 1030 j JQR. JJALLINGER, D.Sc., F.R.S., Will LECTURE at the DRILL HAL I., MERTHYR, MONDAY, JANUARY 7TH, 1895. TOWN-HALL, PONTYPBJDD, Tuesday, January 8th, 1895. PARK-HALL, CARDIFF, Wednesday, January 9th, 1895. DRILL-HALL, NEWPORT, Thursday, January 10th, leS5. Subject— THE POND AND ITS PEOPLE." Doors open at 7.30. Commence 8.0 p.m. 1114 R E~ W A R D WHEREAS DAVID MORGAN, of Ynismudw, Swansea Valley, a Tin-plate Worker, aged 16 years, fresh complexion, 5ft. in height, has been MISSING from home since 15th May last (when last seen he was in his working clothes); and whereas some evil-dis- posed persons have maliciously and wickedly circulated the false rumour that the missing Youth has been murdered by his brother now we GIVE NOTICE that the above reward will be paid to the person giving such INFORMATION as will lead to the FINDING of the said MISSING YOUTH, if alive, or if dead, of such evidence as will lead to his identifica- tion or be conclusive of uch fact. We also give notice that the like reward will be paid to such person as will give such evidence as :will lead to the conviction of any persons who have circulated or shall circulate the above-mentioned malicious rumour8. All communications to be addressed to the under. signed. R. AND C. B. JENKINS, Solicitors, 4, Fisher-street, Swansea. 2nd January, 1895. 1081 R F. R. KEMPSON, F.R.I.B.A., wishes to make known that he is RESIDING at LLANDAFF in order PERSONALLY and alone to at LLANDAFF in order PERSONALLY and alone to CARRY ON his PROFESSION as an ARCHITECT in the Neighbourhood. All accounts due to the busi- ness are payable to him, and all communications should I be addressed to Mr KEMPSON, at 16, HIGH- I STREET, CARDIFF. 1143 MR RICHARD SHORT, R.C.A., EXHIBITOR ROYAL ACADEMY, I ROYAL HIBERNIAN ACADEMY, ROYAL SOCIETY OF ARTISTS, Birmingham, I GROSVENOR GALLKRY, INSTITUTE, &c., Begs to announce his CLASSES and PRIVATE LESSONS for PAINTING ¡ COMMENCE 10th JANUARY, 1895. I Students may join any time during the Term, Studio 22, THE WALK, CARDIFF. 9886 ai$.uiic £ S. I NOTICE IS HEREBYGIYEN that the PARTNERSHIP lately subsisting between us, the undersigned WILLIAM THOMAS, RICHARD THOMAS, and CHARLES THOMAS, carrying on business as MOULDERS and IRON and BRASS FOUNDERS, at NEATH, under the style or firm of William Thomas and Sons, has from the 7th da-v of April last beon DISSOLVED by MUTUAL CON- SENT. All debts due to or owing by the said late firm will be received and paid by John Llewellyn Thomas, of Aberavon, Moulder and Iron and Brass Founder, who will carry on the said business under the style or firm of Thomas and Co. As witness our hands this Seventh day of January, 1895. WILLIAM THOMAS. RICHARD THOMAS. CHARLES THOMAS. Witness to the signatures ef William Thomas, Richard Thomas, and Charles Thomas, 1147 M. R. MORGAN, Solicitor, Neath. JR^E ANN ORAM, DECEASED. -— All Persons having any CLAIM against-the Estate of ANN ORAM, deceased, late of Rose Cottage, Penylan- road, Roath, Cardiff, in the County of Glamorgan, widow, are requested to send particulars thereof immediately to us the undersigned. Dated this 8th day of January, 1895. JONES, MACINTOSH, DIXON. Temple Chambers, Cardiff, 1142 Solicitors for the Executors. RE JOHN RICHARDS, late Colliery Manager, Caerphilly, Glam., Deceased. Any persons having CLAIMS against the Estate of Ule above are requested to send particulars of the same to the undersigned on or before Saturday, the 26th day of January, 1895. 1073 G. G. LEWIS, Bedwas, Cardiff. ffimiiets antt (Contracts. QREAT WESTERN RAILWAY. The Directors of this Company are prepared to receive TENDERS for the PURCHASE of OLD STEEL BRIDGE RAILS and WROUGHT-IRON SCRAP. Forms of tender, upon which alone tenders will be received, may be obtained on application to the Secretary at Paddington, or to the Storekeeper at the Swindon Station. Tenders addressed to the undersigned, and marked outside" Tender for Old Materials,' will be received on or before Tuesday, the 22nd inst. The Directors do not bind themselves to accept the highest or any tender. 1145 G. K. MILLS, Secretary. Paddington Station, London. 7th January, 1895. CARDIFF CORPORATION WATEIT- WORKS. TAFF FAWR SECTION. RESERVOIR NO. 1. TO COLLIERY PROPRIETORS AND OTHERS. The CORPORATION of CARDIFF are prepared to receive TENDERS for the SUPPLY of HOUSE COAL and thro' and large) and SMITHS' COAL, delivered at Cefn Railway Station, near Merthyr Tydfil, for use at the above Reservoir Works. Specification and Form of Tender may be obtained on application to the Manager of the Reservoir Works, Cwm Taff Fawr, near Merthyr Tydfil, on and after the 7th instant. Sealed tenders, endorsed Tender for House Coal, Reservoir No. I," to be sent addressed to the Water- works Committee, Town Clerk's Office, Town-hall, Cardiff, on or before Thursday, the 17 th instant. The Corporation do not bind themselves to accept the lowest or any tender. Bv Order, J. L. WHEA'J'LEY, Town Clerk. Town-hall, Cardiff, 6th January, 1895. 1020 MYNYDDISLWYN SCHOOL BOARD. TO BUILDERS AND OTHERS. The MYNYDDISLWYN SCHOOL BOARD are pre- pared to receive TENDERS for the ERECTION of MIXED and INFANTS' SCHOOLS to accommodate about 500 children at Newbridge, in the County of Monmouth. Plans, Specification, and draft Contract may be seui on and after the 14th inst., at the Office of Mr George Rosser, Architect, Victoria. Buildings, Abercarn, from whom quantities can also be obtained 011 payment of a fee of £ 1 Is, which will be returned on receipt of Do bona-fide Tender. The Contractor whose Tender is accepted will be required to enter into a Contract in accordance with the draft, and also to enter into a joint and several bond with two sureties (satisfactory to the Board) in the sum of £1,000. Sealed Tenders, endorsed Tender for New School," are to be sent to the undersigned on or before Monday, the 28th inst. The Board do not bind themselves to accept the lowest or any Tender. C. R. LYNE, Clerk to the Board. Chambers, Newport, Mon., 7th January, 1895. 114 LLANGATTOCK (BRECONSHIRE) JH SCHOOL BOARD. BEAUFORT HILL SCHOOLS. TENDERS are invited fer certain ALTERATIONS and ADDITIONS to the above schools. Plans and specification, supplied by Mr W. S. Williams, Tredegar, may be seen with Mr Abiathar Jones, Beaufort, to whom tenders should be sent by February 4th, 1895. The lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted. Endorse the outside, Tender for Alterations and Additions." Beaufort, January 3rd, 1895. 1101 YSTRADYFODWG SCHOOL BOARD. TENDERS are invited for the EXTENSION of the PARK BOARD SCHOOLS, Cwmpark, Treotky. Plans and specifications may be seen at the residence of the Architect, Mr J. Rees, Hillside Cottage, Pentre. Tenders (endorsed Tenders for Park Schools") should reach me not later than 12 o'clock noon on the 12th instant. The Board do not bind themselves to accept the lowest or any tender. W. G. HOWELL, Clerk. Pentre, &8.0., 1st January, 1895. 1057 SESSIONS AND SON S, UMITED, K3 Importers and Manufacturers of TIMBER, SLATES, CEMENT, BUILDING MATERIALS, CHIMNEY PIECES, RANGES, GRATES, &c., &C. 9518 Show Rooms— PENARTH-ROAD. CARDIFF. 935a JJEATING BY HOT WATER. ♦•IMPROVED' Wfl PRESSURE (Small Pipe System) HEATING APPARATUS For Churches, Mansions, Hotels, &c. ALSO LOW PRESSURE HEATING. EDWIN HAMPTON, LIMITED, 1IEATING AND VENTILATING ENGINEERS, ABiSRGAVEKNY. 9927 V (5 Duration. CARDIFF. WELSH INTERMEDIATE EDUCA- TT TION ACT.—CARDIFF SCHEME. HIGH SCHOOL FOR GIRLS, THE PARADE, CARDIFF. HEAD-MISTRESS Miss MARY COLLIN, B.A. Associate and formerly Scholar of Bedford College,London seven years Second- Mistress in the Nottingham High School for Girls, G.P.D.S. Co. The School is intended for Girls between the ages of 10 and 18 years, and the endowment enables the Governors to provide the most liberal education at comparatively low fees. Fee for Full School Course, £ 7 10s per annum, or £2 10s per term. PROSPECTUS OF THE SCHOOL, particulars of qualifi- cations for admission, and application forms may be obtained from the Head Mistress (4, Park-place) or from the Clerk to the Governo s, Mr DAVID SHEPHERD, 1, Frederick-street, Cardiff. For Particulars of ARRANGEMENTS FOR BOARDERS apply to the Head Mistress. The Head Mistress may be consulted by parents on Thursday afternoons, from 2.30 to 4.30, at 4, Park- place. 5 THE SCHOOL WILL OPEN JANUARY 15TH, 1895. ST. CTTH ERINE'S, CARDIFF. )i0 No. 3, PARK-PLACE. PREPARATORY SCHOOL FOR GIRLS AND KINDERGARTEN FOR GIRLS AND BOYS. PRINCIPAL Miss KATE RICHARDS, Assisted by Trained and Certificated Mistresses. The School is for Children under the age of 10 years, and Pupils may be prepared for the Entrance Exami- nations of the Cardiff High School for Girls. Prospectus and Terms on application. NEXT TERM BEGINS JAN. 22ND, 1895. 825 MONKTON HOUSE SCHOOL, CARDIFF. PRINCIPALS HENRY SHEWBROOKS, B.A. (LOND.), AND JOHN HART, M.A. (DURHAM), RESIDENT ASSISTANT MASTERS: A. J. PERMAN, M.A. (Classics, Lond.,) A. WHITELAW. OSCAR WERTH. VISITING MASTER Drawing, Oil, and Water-colour Painting— S. M. BROAD. There will be a few VACANCIES for BOARDERS, The NEXT TERM will BEGIN JAN. 21st. For Prospectus, &c., apply to the Principals. 786 P" ENRHOS, OAKFIELD STREET, JL SCHOOL for GIRLS and KINDERGARTEN. PRINCIPAL: MRS E. LAIRD. Preparation for Public Examinations. NEXT TERM, JAN. 18TH. ENS FN GTON HOUSE, WINDSOR PLACE, CARDIFF. BOARDING AND DAY SCHOOL FOR GIRLS. PRINCIPALS The Misses HARVEY. Spring Term Commences January 23rd. 806 ARROW^ HOUSE HIGH SCHOOL, JUL ROATH, CARDIFF. Conducted by the MISSES MARKS, assisted by staff trained efficient teachers. Education upon High School system, meeting requirements of London Matric., Camb. Local, College of Preceptors, Royal Academy of Music, etc., etc. Reduced inclusive fees; home training domestic'comforts. NEXT TERM—JANUARY 19TH. 9962 ST. MARGARET'S, RICHMOND-ROAD. —First-class SCHOOL for GIRLS. Principal— Mrs SIMPSON, Government certificated teacher first- class. A Class for Boys under 10 years of age. SPRING TERM commences MONDAY, Jan. 21st. Vacancies for Boarders. 953 PRESWYLFA, 27, RICHMOND-ROAD. JL SCHOOL for GIRLS, with KINDERGARTEN. Princi1)al-Il"S JONES. NEXT TERM begins 011 WEDNESDAY, January 16th. Special Painting Class held Saturday Morn- ings. 935 CATHEDRAL-ROAD HIGH SCHOOL FOR GIRLS. Principals: Mrs and the Misses TAYLOR, assisted by Highly. Certificated Governess and Visiting Masters. Pupils prepared for Matriculation Oxford, Cam- bridge, College of Preceptors, Trinity, R.A.M., and London College of Music, and South Kensinton. Good Art Studio. Painting and Drawing in all Styles. New Photo Painting, Crystoleum, and Wood Carving. Tennis. Pupils re-assemble Jan. 15. 532 S~ T. EDMUNDSBURY HIGH SCHOOL FOR GIRL, WELLFIELD-ROAD, CARDIFF. PRINCIPAL, Mrs JENNINGS, Assisted by Certificated Teachers. A CLASS FOR LITTLE LOYS AND GIRLS under eight years of a-ve, on the Kindergarten principle. Madame DAVIES attends for FRENCH. Private Lessons in Music and Painting (Oils); also Classes for Dancing. Vacancies for a tew boarders, who receive every care and attention. NEXT TERM WILL BEGIN TUESDAY, JANUARY 22ND. 1052 7' WESTBOURN&CRESCENT, COW- F BRIDGE-ROAD, CAKDIFF. Boardingand Day School for Girls. Principal, Miss Hibbs, Cert. R.A.M. with Honours. Boarders receive all home comforts and careful training. Visiting Masters if required. Duties will be Resumed Jan. lQth. Dancing Class Jan. 9th. 112 ISS MAUD WATKINS will RESUME her DANCING CLASSES in the LESSER PARK-HALL on MONDAY, January 14tli. Juniors, 6 p.m. Seniors, 8 p.111. Private liessons in Ball-room Skirt and Fancy Dances.—85, STACEY-ROAD, ROATH. 88 PENARTH. ST. FRIDESWYDE'S SCHOOL, for the Daughters of Gentlemen. Resident Parisian Govel116SS. Vacancy Jor £o301"(1ers. The TERM will COMMENCE JANUARY 23rd. Apply Principals, the Misses Sessions and Wylde. 1029 LLANISHEN. THE LEAS SCHOOL FOR GIRLS, J- LLANLSHEN. The SPRING TERM will BEGIN on TUESDAY, January 22nd.—For particulars apply to the Prin- cipals, the Misses Stainer. 915 MAESYOWMMER. THE SOUTH WALES SCHOOL FOR GIRLS, SUMMERFIELD-HALL, MAESYCWMMER. PRINCIPAL-MRS R. H. JONES, Assistedby a staff of Eight Resident Adult Governesses, and Four Visiting Teachers. The NEXT QUARTER will date from MONDAY. JANUARY 21st, 1895. For prospectus, terms, references, Ac., 1017 Apply to the PRINCIPAL. PORTHCAWL, pORTHCAWL COLLEGE. PRINCIPAL, REV. E. J. NEWELL, M.A. Recent scholastic successes. Remarkable health results. NEXT TERM BEGINS JANUARY 15. 1036 PONTARDA WE. PON TAR DAW E. — TANYRALLT JL SCHOOL. The advantages of sound education, combined with home care and comforts. School Ite-opens on 22nd January. Boarders return on the 21st. 1116 ASTLEY WM. SAMUEL, Principal. ABERGAVENNY. ILFORD HOUSE SCHOOL, ABER- GAVENNY. PRINCIPAL MRS C. YATES. NEXT TERM DAY, JAN. 23rd, 1895. A Vacancy for a Student Governess with small pre- mium. 1037 A ABERGAVENNY GRAMMAR SCHOOL. Boarders received by the Head Master. Healthy Locality. Comfortable Home. Thorough Education. Preparation for Public Examinations. Next Term will begin 22nd January. 215 BRISTOL. THE REDLAND HIGH SCHOOL JL FOR GIRLS.-A PUBLIC SCHOOL OF THE HIGHEST GRADE. President — The Rev. J. PERCIVAL, M.A., LL.D., Headmaster of Rugby School. Chairman of Council, Rev. W. C. PRIDEA TJX, M.A. Head Mistress, Miss E. A. COCKS. Boarding- house, Miss HALL, Gordon House. The music teach- ing is under the direction of Mr and Mrs ROECKEL. The SCHOOL WILL RE-OPEN on TUESDAY, January 22nd. Prospectuses and entrance forms may be obtained from Messrs TRIBE, CLARKE and CO., Albion-chambers, Email-street, Bristol. The Head Mistrsss will see Parents at the School on Saturday a.nd Monday, January 19th and 21st, between the hours sf 3 and 5. 9941 EDWARD A. LEONARD, Secretary. KINGSDOWN HIGH SCHOOL FOR GIRLS, MARLBOROUGH HOUSE, KINGS- DOWN PARADE, BRISTOL. Established 1868. Principal:—Mrs E. E. HOBBS. INCLUSIVE FEES for Board, English. French, Music, Ha.rmony, Drawing, Bookkeeping, a.nd Shorthand, 30 GUINEAS PER ANNUM. Pupils prepared for all Examinations, 654 Certifi- cates (214 Honours) obtaiuad during the past 16 years. References and Prospectus on application to THE PRINCIPAL. NEXT TERM begins TUESDAY, 22nd JANUARY, 1895. 9890 LONG ASHTON SCHOOL, JLJ NEAR BRISTOL. REOPENING DAY, MONDAY, JANUARY 21st. T Boys prepared for Examinations amd for Commercial life in all its branches. Resident Certificated Shorthand Master. Apply to the Headmaster, W. J. KEMPE, M.A. HEREFORD. HEREFORD LADIES' COLLEGE JLJL COMPANY, LIMITED. REDUCED AND INCLUS VE TERMS. Education upon the High School System, combined 1 with home training and domestic comforts. For terms apply to Miss Cust, the Lady Principal or to the Secretary, Mr Edward Maddison, Led: bury. (gtmcaiiott. COWBRIDGE. COWBRIDGE SCHOOL HE-OPENS FRIDAY, JANUARY 18th. For Prospectus, ete., apply to THE HEADMASTER 1155 THE GREAT HOUSE SCHOOL FOR JL GIRLS. PRINCIPALS—Mrs and Misses CULVERWELL. Examimttion Huœes."es, References, and Prospectu on application to the Principals. The NEXT TERM wiU COMMENCE JANUARY 19th, 1895. 9954 CLIFTON, BRISTOL. BRIGHTON HOUSE SCHOOL, .ID REDLAND PARK, CLIFTON. ESTABLISHED 1873. LARGE STAFF OF TEACHERS. EXTENSIVE PREMISES CLOSE TO THE DOWNS. PREPARATION FOR AI l, EXAMINATIONS. COMFORTABLE HOME FOR BOARDERS. EXCELLENT ALL SUBJECTS TAUGHT. ALL MODERN APPLIANCES. Upper. Middle, Lower, and Preparatory Departments. Separate Class-rooms, with single desks. Large Play- ground with Gymnasium and Fives Courts. Good Cricket and FooLball Clubs. Separate House as Sana. torium. Workshop, Library, Dark Room for Photo- graphy, Ac. v Prospectus and References on application to the Head-Master. 1120 Mr CHARLES BIGG. EDLAND GROVE COLLEGE.—A School of the first grade, with work specially arranged to meet the wants of boys preparing for business. Writing, Arithmetic, Modern Languages, Shorthand, and Bookkeeping -receive special attention. Many boys from the College have obtained good posi- tions in mercantile houses during the past half-year owing to their sound knowledge in the latter two subjects. All games. Moderate fees. Every comfort for boarders. A few Vacancies for January 22no. Prospectus an.1 Entry Forms on application to H. STAINER HOPKINS, F.R.G.S., the Headmaster. 562 WESTON-SUPER-MARE. R A M M A R SCHOOL, WESTON-SUPER-MARE. C. JONES, Int. B.A. PRINCIPALS J J C XHOMAS, B. SE„ L.C.P. Assisted by a staff of well qualified resident Masters. For list" of successes, references, and prospectus, apply Principals. 9814 WE S T'O N SUPER MARE TV ATHELSTAN LADIES' COLLEGE. SUTHERLAND HOUSE, 51, Birnbeck-road. INCLUSIVE FEES for Board, English, French, Music, Harmony, Bookkeeping, and Drawing, 24 GUINEAS per annum. Pupils prepared for all Examinations. Individual attention to Delicate and Backward Pupils. Tennis and Sea Bathing in Summer. References, Prospectus, and View of House (which is on the Sea Front) may be had by applying to THE HEAD MISTRESS." 9S»9 Next TERM begins TUESDAY, 15th January, 1895. MONMOUTH. "J^/JONMOUTH Q.RAMMAR JGCHOOL GCHOLARSHIPS. AN EXAMINATION Will be held on JANUARY 22nd, 1895, TO ELECT TO SIX FOUNDATION SCHOLARSHIPS Of 20 a year and FREE TUITION. The Head Master also offers one or more HOUSE SCHOLARSHIPS, to which the Sons of Clergymen will have a preference. Apply to Head Master, E. H. CULLEY, Esq. NEXT TERM BEGINS FRIDAY, JANUARY 18TH, 1895. 9844 PUNSTER. WEST OF ENGLAND HEALTH TV RESORT. ALCOMBE SCHOOL, DUNSTER, SOMERSET. lOne Mile from Mineliead.) HEAD-MASTER Mr W. H. CULVERWELL. Sound Business Education. Special attention to Modern Languages. Home comforts. Liberal diet. Lofty dormitories bath room. Sea bathing under supervision. Delicate boys receive every care. Refer- ence kindly permitted to Rev. Wm. Evans, Tregare Vicarage, ltaglan, Mon. 9866 CHELTENHAM. 18 Guineas Yearly for Board, Laundress, English, French, Music, Singing, and Dancing. Forein Governess, Visiting Professors, Gymn., Ten- nis. Milk from own dairy. References, prospectuses, view of lalge bouse and grounds. Separate school for STROUD. I ARLING ENDOWED SCHOOL, t NEAR STROUD. HEAD MASTER, W. J. GREENSTREET, M.A. Fine Playing Field, Gymnasium, Fives Courts, Workshops, and Sanatorium. A cadet corps will be started net season. Boarding Fees. S35 per annum. Fifteen boys passed the Cambridge Local Examina- tion in December, 1893. Six in honours with tour marks of distinction:—Mathematics (13th in the kingdom), Arithmetic Drawing (3vth). Thirty- two entries, December, 1894. Forty-fonr successes, Science and Art Department, May, and Solid Geometry, Mechanics (Solids), Mathematics (Stage II.), Freehand and Model Drawing, Inorganic Chemistry. TERM BEGINS JANUARY 18th. Prospectus on application. 9942 MALVERN LINK. RIPPLE LODGE, MALVERN LINK. JUj PRACTICAL EDUCATION for sons of parents with limited incomes. Special attention given to Modern Languages, Commercial Subjects, and Short- hand. Dry, bracing air, pure water. No medical visit the last nine years. NEXT TERM BEGINS SEP' TEMBER 13th. Address—The Principal. 7996 STONE, STAFFORDSHIRE. ALLEYNE'S GRAMMAR SCHOOL, jnL STCNE, STAFFORDSHIRE. HEAD MASTER: W. J. HARDING, M.A. (late Scholar of Sidney College, Cambridge, and for 10 years Assistant Master at Christ College Brecon) with a Staff of University Men. CLASSICAL, MODERN, AND COMMERCIAL EDUCATION. Fine Buildings, Gymnasium, and Playing Fields. BOARDERS Taken. Moderate Terms. 41 TR1NG. THE CHILTFRNS, Halton, Tring.— JL The Rev. C. E. ROBERTS, M.A. (chaplain and assistant master at a public school for 15 years), PRE- PARES BOYS, between the ages of seven 14, for PUBLIC SCHOOLS or NAVY. One mile from Wendov-er Station 75 minutes fiom Baker-street. Entire charge taken of Indian and Colonial Boys. Terms moderate and inclusive. 213 ^public JtppanttttUttts. CWMDU & LLANGYNWYD HIGHER SCHOOL BOARD, U.D. The above Board require a, COMPETENT TEACHER to teach Science and Art every Satur- day for three hours. Applications, stating salary, etc., to be sent to me not later than 4th February next. R. SCALE, Clerk to the Board. Maesteg, Jan. 4th, 18S5. 1099 FOR COUGHS, COLDS, ASTHMA, JGRQNCHITIS, AND NEURALGIA. DR. J. COLLIS BROWNE'S CHLORO- DYNE.—Vice-Chancellor Sir W. Page Wood stated publicly in court that Dr. J. Collis Browne was undoubtedly the inventor of Chlorodyne, that the whole story of the defendant Freeman was deliberately untrue, and he regretted to say it had been sworn to.— See The Times, July 13, 1864. DR. J. COLLIS BROWNE'S CHLORO- DYNE.—The Right Hon. Earl Russell com- municated to the College of Physicians and J. T. Davenport that he had received information to the effect that the only remedy of anv service in cholera was Chlorodyne.—See Lancet," Dec. 31, 1863. DR. J. COLLIS BROWNE'S CHLORO- DYNE.—Extract from the "Medical Times,' Jan. 12, 1866 :—" It is prescribed by scores of orthodox Jan. 12, 1866 :—" It is prescribed by scores of orthodox Jiractitioners. Of course it would not be be thus singu- arly popular did it not supply a want and fill a place." DR. J. COLLIS BROWNE'S CHLORO- DYNE is the best and most certain remedy in coughs, colds, asthma, consumption, neuralgia, rheu. matism, &c.. DR. J. COLLIS BROWNE'S CHLORO- DYNE is a certain cure in cholera, dysentery, diarrhoea, &c. DR. J. COLLIS BROWNE'S CHLORO- DYNE.—CAUTION.—None genuine without the words" Dr. J. Collis Browne's Chlorodyne" on the Government stamp. Overwhelming medical testimony accompanies each bottle. Sole manufacturer, J P DAVENPORT, 33, Great Russell-terrace, Blooms- bury, London. Sold in bottle. Is l%d, 2f 9d, 4s 6d and lis 15495 9231 NEATH AND DISTRICT BILL- XI POSTING COMPANY —Late T Wall Offices ASSEMBLY-ROOMS, NEATH Manager :—J. W. ROBINSON. Lessees and Proprietors of the best Posting Stations} in Neatn and District flnbiic I CARDIFF. THEATHE ROYAL. JL LESSEE & MANAGER, MR EDWARD FLETCHER, TO-NIGHT, Wednesday, Jan. 9th, at Seven o'clock The Comic Christmas PANIOMIME, JJABES IN THE "YY OOD. (UP TO DATE.) NOW IN THE FLOWING TIDE OF SUCCESS. BRIMFUL OF FUN AND MERRIMENT. THE BABES IN THE WOOD By the Sisters MORGAN. Don't Miss the Glorious Transformation-the talk of Wales. THURSDAY, Jan. 10th, Special Train from Swan- sea. See bills, G. W. Railway.—On Saturday, Jan. 12th, an Excur- sion Train will run from Bristol (Temple Mead) at 1.30. i Return train leaves Cardiff at 11 p.m. Day Performances every Saturday until further j notice. Prices. fed to EX 2s. Early Doors open at 6, Sixpence extra. Doors open at 6 30, Pantomime commence at 7. Booking Offices at Messrs Thompson and Shackeil's, Ltd. Telephone No. 521. le 1041 I H E M P I R E. | MANAGER. OSWALD STOLL TO-NIGHT Robin Reuben Baffin's PERFORMING PIG, a porcine revelation also his BABOON and DONKEY, Å motley group as amusing as they are mixed: the pro. verbially stupid proved to be highly intelligent. LAMBERT GLOVER in "The Novice." SAM JESSON,' The Sheeny Man." CLARA NISBET, Serio-coinedy Songstress. O'CONNOR and TRAYNOK, Eccentric Comedians. TOM VINE, Topical Singer. GRAHAM and VINE, Duettists. KAIN and LORENO, Continental Comedians. Next Week — VETERANS OF THE CRIMEAN WAR, in mammoth military tableaux vivants, repre. senting Miss Rose 1'homp»on's and other pictures, with recitative and vocal descriptive effects. l'e 2033 RAND THEATRE, WESTGATE-STREET, CARDIFF. LESSEE AND MANAGER .Mr CLARENCE SOUNES. TO-NIGHT, AT 7.30, The Brilliantly Successful GRAND COMIC PANTOMIME, Admitted by Press and Public to be the Best in Wales, JJOBINSON QRUSOE. Special Attraetions Every Week. GRAND MORNING PERFORMANCE EVERY SATURDAY at 2 o'clock. Doors open 1.30 (Eariy Doors at 1). Seats booked at Messrs Heath's i\iusie Warehou<;e, Queen-street. Prices, 6d to £1 Is. Duors open at 7 (Early Doors 6.30). 823e—7377 Fully-iicensed Refreshment and Smoking Saloons now open at every performance. STOLL'S P ANOPTIOON, i K.7 Philharmonic Hall and Buildings, St. Mary-street, WAXWORK EXHIBITION AND NOVELTY PALACE. MILITARY BAND. THREE STAGE PERFORMANCES at 3.30, 7, and 9 o'clock. The AMERICAN BOOTHS. Madame LELAH and Dr. LEPWOHL, BLITZ, and VERNO and VOYCE. CODMAN'S PUNCHINELLO. ? PIERRE. TOM THUMB'S WIDOW. DIVERS OTHER ATTRACTIONS. 60e ADMISSION, 6D. 3610 ¡ THE PADEREYSKI CONCERT. Mr W. A. MORGAN has arranged for PADEREWSKI to appear at the PARK HALL. CARDIFF, THURSDAY, JANUARY 10th, 1693. HIS ONLY APPEARANCE IN WALES. Balcony seats, 10s bel and 6s each; ground floor, reserved, 4s unreserved seats. 2s 6d and Is. Plans and tickets at Mr Wm. Lewis, 22, Duke-street, Cardiff. 8997 P A R K H A L L~. FRIDAY, 25TH JANUARY, 1895. GRAND CONCERT. "BURNS' ANNIVERSARY." VOCAL ARTISTES Miss GWEN COSSLETT, Miss MARIAN McKENZIE, Mr J. A. Y. STRONACH. Mr NORMAN SALMON D. Organic, Mr G. RISELKY, Prof. R.A.M. Pianist, Mr A. C. TOONE. Admission :—Balcony (Reserved), 4s. Front Area, Reserved, 3s Unreserved, 2s :uid Is. Tickets for Balcony and Area (reserved) can be booked at Messrs Wm. Le1'js, Duke-street Newman I and Sons, Queen-street; J. Hogg, Queen-street; and by post at 7, Windsor-place. Proceeds in aid of the Rehef Funds of the Cardiff Caledonian Society. 1021 SWANSEA. RP H E M F I R E MANAGER- OSWALD STOLL. TO-NIGHT THE AMERICAN MILLS, IN FLIRTATION." PETRIE & ELISE in "The Toll-gate." Varieties by other Artistes. tie ——- 2034 Next Week—Raffiu's Protegees, Kain and Loreno, &c. POOL E' StA LBERT-HALL, X3L SWANSEA. J. POOLE'S POOLE'S AMUSEMENT ORGANIZATION. 'I LAST Just added, the China and LAST Japan War. TWO BATTLE OF TH i, YALU, TWO With the Fleets in actiou. WEEKS NIGHTLY AT 7.45. and Saturdays at 3. .NEWPORT. H E E M P IRE. JL MANAGER. OSWALD STOLL. TO-NIGHT THE KEENE-REEVES COMBINATION anà THE MASCO'! TE QUARTETTE In the Xmas burlesque comicality, entitled, "THE SCARLET TOWER," Varieties bv other Artistes, including such specialists as Mathews' Goats, the Wood-Traveilies, Palies and Cussick, etc. 62e—2035 Itming-rooms, &'r. ¡ LIFTON HOTEL, CLIFTON-STREET, ROATH. BOTTLE DEPARTMENT NOW OPEN. Where all the best Bra.nd of Brandies, Whiskies, &c., can be had by the Bottle or Case. Special Prices for Christmas. JAMES N. JJOBBS, PROPRIETOR. 9760 ALEXANDRA FAMILY AND COM- MERCIAL HOTEL, QUEEN-STREET, CARDIFF. This Hotel has recently been considerably Enlarged, Improved, Re-furnished, and fitted with all Modern Requisites. Visitors will find it most comfortable. CENTRAL SITUATION. MODERATE CHARGES. 9O1 S. A. GRIFFITHS, MANAGED I LIVERPOOL.—" COMPTON HOTEL, B Unrivalled for its Comfort. Excellent Cuisine, ) and Moderate Fixed Charges. Adjacent to Hest Shops, Shipping Offices, Stations, &c. Luggage conveyed free. WILLIAM BUNNING I' (LATE S. COSULICH), WHOLESALE AND FAMILY I ALE AND STOUT MERCHANT It. AND BOTTLER, I WINE AND SPIRIT MERCHANT. j BASS'S PALE ALE. GUINNESS' STOUT. FAMILY AND DINNER ALES. 114, MISKIN.STREET, CARDIFF. TELEPHONE, 709. 7313 WILLIAMS' (PONfAEDAWE) TY ORM LOZENGES,. For over Thirty Years this highly valuable Remedy has met with the greatest success. The effect upon Weak, Delicate Children (often given up as incurable) is like Magic. Getting rid of his tormenting pests by taking these Lozenges, the thin, pale-faced, inanimate Child becomes strong, healthy, and lively, the pride, instead of the anxiety, of his guardians. Sir,—I have for some tome used your Anthelmintic or Worm Lozenges, in my family, and find them a." ery speedy and efficacious cure for ascearides, and their agreeable and convenient form is a great recommenda tion for children.—W. HuTCHlNSON, Vicar of Howdon.' Sold at 91/<jd, 13^4d, and 2s 9d per box, by most iChemists, or for 14 or 34 stamps from J. Davies Chemist, 30, High-street, Swansea. A list of testi I moniala, symptoms, &c,, on application. 924? ltSiU£5S hbrt55t5. YEAR SALE. JJOWELL AND COMPANr Respectfully announce that on THURSDAY NEXT, JANUARY 10th, 1895, They will commence the New Year with onothec Sale, and as usual all Goods (excepting Haber. dashery) will be specially reduced in price, and, having had a very good year In 1894, they are enabled to give the public at this Sale unpre- cedented value. Their immense Stock is divided into 1( Departments, each Department representing a very large shop. LACE AND TRIMMING JQEPARTMENT. Special Job Lines in ENGLISH, FRENCH. and SAXONY LACES. A Wonderful Line in FALL NETS, sold at prices only known at H. & Co.s. A Parcel of BRAIDS to clear. LAWN and CAMBRIC HANDKER. CHIEFS at very Low Prices. Two to Five Thousand BOOKS will be sold Cheap, and will please all lovers of good libera* ture. All FANCY GOODS, left from Christmas, marked to clear. AN CHESTER JQ EP ARTMENT. In this room COLOURED and WHITE BLANKETS. ALHAMBRA and TAPESTRY QUILTS, WELSH SHIRTING FLANNELS, LANCASHIRE and YORKSHIRE SHIRT- ING FLANNELS, in Plain and Fancy. 600 Pieces FLANNELETTE, from 2%d to 5%d per yard. This is a well-known article, sold as a substitute for Flannel, Oxford Shirtings, and many other things, but it does not contain one particle of Wool. 1,000 Dozen of COTTON and LINEN TOWELS, in various makes. GLASS CLOTHS, SHEETINGS, &c., &c., all reduced in Prices. A Parcel of WOOLLENS, at Is 6%d to Is ll%d per yard, worth Double. 1 ILLINERY J^EPARTMENT. < ALL TRIMMED and MADE-UP GOODS on an average at Half-price. i DRESS JQEPARTMJfNT. Every Line in FANCY DRESS GOODS. BLACK and COLOURED FRENCH MERl. NOES. BLACK and COLOURED FRENCH TWILLS, will be Reduced to Sale Price-. A Paicel of COLOURED SKIRTINGS at Sale Prices. BLACK and COLOURED SILKS, all Be. duced to Sale Prices.. Very Special. — A Merchant's STOCKIST*" REMNANTS and ODDMENTS, BLACK and COLOURED SILKS and SATINS, fee., at Less than Half the usual Cost Prioes. LADIESI QUTFITTITSG JQEPAUTMENT. CHILDREN'S and WOMEN'S GOODS, at reduced to Sale Prices. IANTLE DEPARTMENT. 450 LADIES' SHOWER PROOFS (not newest shapes), at Is ll%d each (usual pncee 7s 6d to 24s 6d). J^JEN'S jgrOSIERY JTJEPARTMENT 250 doz. MEN'S WOOL SHIRTS, from Is 9]/2fl to 5s 9!f2d each. 100 doz. WHITE SHIRTS, at 2s 3%d tc 5s each. 219 doz. MEN'S MERINO and WOOl HALF-HOSE, from 3%d per pair. LADIES' CASHMERE HOSE. LADIES' KID GLOVES. 300 doz. MEN'S MERINO and WOOl PANTS, from Is 2%d each. BOYS' and YOUTHS' OVERCOATS, froa 4 ll%d to 24s lid. 850 BOYS' SUITS, from 2s 6%d to 293 9d each. 496 MEN'S SUITS, from 12s lid each. 790 MEN'S TROUSERS, from 2s ll%d per pair. 120 BOXES RIBBONS, at SaJe Prices and fc clear. CARPET DEPARTMENT. <U 1,000 yards BEST FIVE-FRAME BRUS SELS, from 3., 3d per yard. 300 yards BEST TAPESTRY CARPER from Is 6d par yard. 800 yards AXMINSTER CARPET, frow 38 6%d per yard. 350 yards BEST CORTICINE, at Is 11 per square yard. 570 yards "John Hare and Co.'s noted b«st quality air-dried FLOOR CLOTH, at 2s 'Zip- per square yard. RUGS, SQUARE CARPETS, MATSt COCOA MATTING, &c., at Sale Prices. FURNISHING JQRAPERY JQEP ARTMENT. TAPESTRY and SCOTCH.MADE OflE. NILLE CURTAINS, at reduced sale prices. COTTON and LINEN SHEETINGS at re- duced sale prices, and to clear. 219 Pieces fast colour CRETONNE, from 3":1 per yard. 60 Pieces 72-inch MADRAS MUSLIN, at less .than Manufacturer's prices. DOWN QUILTS at Clearing Prices. DAMASK TABLE LINEN. JLOTHSan" NAPKINS, at Sale Prices. JJOWELL AND COMPANY Beg to notify that the whole of their large STOCK OF JJlURNITURKt BEDSTEADS, BEDDING, PICTURES, CLOCKS, CHINA, &c., Will be specially REDUCED for this Sale. As H. and Co. have not had a sale department for six years, a. great opportunity ? thus afforded for intending purchasers. All Goods Sold for thsÍJ. No Ctedib. Carriage Paid. JJOWELL AND ^JOMPANli JjL THE CARDIFF DRAPERS, CARDIFF. 118/

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