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Saks bit Ruction. .1: AUCTION APPOINTMENTS. Messrs ALEXANDER, DANIEL, SF.LFE & CO. Messrs ALEXANDER, DANIEL, SF.LFE & CO. Licensed and other Properties, at Cardiff „Dec. — 1 Messrs BAILEY and GILLEB. !■ leasehold Properties, at Cardiff. Dec. 15 Slorses. Carriages, <fce.,at Cardiff ,—Dec. 17 Messrs W. C. CLARKE and DOVEY. (leasehold Premises, at Cardiff Dec. — Messrs W. C. CLARKE and DOVEY. (leasehold Premises, at Cardiff Dec. — §, Messrs TREGERTHEN DUNN & CO. I (Screw Tug, at Cardiff —Dec. 10 p Messrs EVANS and HUGHES. P Leasehold Properties, at Cardiff Dec. 10 F Leasehold Properties, at Cardiff — Dec. 10 Mr D. EVANS. TWO Cart Horses, &c., at Cardiff Dec. 12 Messrs GOTTWALTZ, BOWRING, and PERRY. Art Treasures, at Cardiff Dec. 10.. 11 Conservatory & Greenhouse Plants, ac Penarth Dec. 11 Christmas Fat Stock, at Cardiff Dec. 13 Kose and Fruit Trees and Shrubs, at Cardiff ..Dec. 14 Christmas Fat Stock, at Cardiff Dec 15 Household Appointments, at Cardiff.Dec 17 and IB Mr J. E. GUNN. Leasehold Property, at Cardiff Dec. 14 Messrs HERN & PERTWEE. Household Furniture, at Penarth Dec. 15 Messrs H. HILL It; CO. Eusehold Furniture, at Swansea Dec. 11 toehold Premises, at Swansea .Dec. 15 Mr JOHN HOWELL. Fat Stock Sale, at Aberdare Dec. 14 Messrs JOHN M. LEEDER & SON. JPlaat, Machinery, at Heolririu Colliery December 14 Machinery, Plant, &c., at Swansea Dec. 15 Plant, Machinery, etc.. at Penclawdd .Dec. 17 & 18 Messrs HENRY LEWIS and SONS. Vanning Stock, at Llanwonno Dec. 10 Messrs J. G. MADDOX and SON. Household Furniture, at Cardiff Dec. 10 Stock of Carpets, &c., at Cardiff. Dec. 14 Messrs NEWLAND. DAVIS, and HUNT. Cattle, Sheep, &c., tt, Newport.Dec. 16 Messrs PARSONS and ROBJENT. Leasehold Properties, 3.t Newport Dec. 16 Messrs PHILLIPS and PEDRICK. Horses and Carriages, at Cardiff Dec. 15 Messrs STEPHENSON and ALEXANDER Plant, Buildings, etc., at Cardiff.Dec. 9 Umber, at Newport 3a,n. 13 Residential Property, at Card iff Jan. 14 nilding Estate, at Bridgend Contractor's Plant, at Cardiff — Mr J. RICHARD THOMAS. Fat Bullocks and Fat Sheep, at Cardiff Dec. 14 Farming Stock, &c., at Llanishen Dec. 10 Mr C. H. TUCKER. Grocery Stock, at Aberdare Dec. 11 SALE THIS DAI. CARDIFF FINE ART, INDUSTRIAL, AND MARITIME EXHIBITION, 1896. BALE OF VALUABLE PLANT, BUILDINGS, MATERIALS, &C. ON WEDNESDAY NEXT, DECEMBER 9TH. MESSRS STEPHENSON and ALEX. -iXJL ANDER are instructed by the Executive of the above Exhibition to SELL by AUCTION, on the Premises, Cathays Park, Cardiff, on WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 9th, 1896, Commencing 11 a.m., 9he following PLANT, BUILDINGS, AND MATERIALS Used in connection with the Exhibition :— PLANT MACHINERY, AND MATERIALS. 6,000 railway sleepers, 110 yards 3ft. ornamental garden fencing, 50 yards 6ft. expanded metal fencing, 200 yards 5ft. unclimbable fencing, 150 yards 6ft. steel fencing, two oil engines by Priestman, quantity of various size steam piping, 200ft. steel shafting, pulleys, brackets, and plumuier blocks, brass wheel valves, reducing valves. The dairy appliances, con- sisting of churns, cream separators, butter workers, and a large assortment of dairy utensils. An electric railway, with the whole of the motive power, electric cables, cars, etc., about seo yards of concrete paving, (iron columns, 56ft. high, suitable for suspending four an lamps, with raising and lowering gear and guide ropes, 1 friction clutch, 70ft. 4in. steel shafting, collars, pedestals, pulleys, <fce. BUILDINGS. The Building fitted up and used as a Ladies' Club, with drawing-room, lavatories, etc. 8ft. high to eaves Verandah and galvanised iron roof, 30ft. square. The Building used as the Working Dairy, with thatched roof, 56ft. by .36ft. joists, verandah, etc., complete. Band Stand near to the Indian Bazaar. Single Span Ornamental Building, 30ft. by 25ft., suitable for any pu< poses, but particularly for golf, tennis, or football pavilion timber frame covered With best Welsh terne plates. MISCELLANEOUS ARTICLES. About 300 cane-seated and other chairs, about 60 garden seats and tables, various sizes and lengths, and a quantity of office furniture, counters, etc., and a large assortment of miscellaneous articles. Detailed catalogues may be had upon application 6* the Auctioneers, 5, High-street, Cardiff, on and after Tuesday next, the 1st December. 4972 CONTRACTORS' PLANT. MESSRS STEPHENSON AND ALEX- ANDER have for SALE the following CONTRACTORS' PLANT AND MAC H IN KRY 8-hp. Compound Traction Engine, by John Fowler IIoDd Co., Leeds. 5 Traction Wagons. 2 Trollies. 10-h.p. Portable Engine, by Foster, Lincoln. 6-h.p. ditto by ditto 3-Ton Steam Derrick Crane. 2%-Ton Loco. Crane. 30-Cwt. Hand Derrick Crane. 2-Ton Loco. Crane. About 1,500 Tons Rails. About 50 Draught Horses. Together with a General Assortment of Contractors' Plant and Materials. Details and orders to view may be obtained upon application to Messrs Stephenson and Alexander, 5, High-street, Cardiff, 5557 SALE TO MORROW MILL FARM, LLANISHEN, NEAR CARDIFF. IMPORTANT and UNRESERVED SALE of Very Excellent FARMING STOCK, CROPS of HAY, CORN, and ROOTS, and a Large and Varied Assortment of Valuable and Modern AGRICUL- TURAL IMPLEMENTS. MR J. RICHARD THOMAS has been instructed by Charles Tinker, Esq. (who is re4 tiring from Farming), to SELL by AUCTION, without reserve, at Mill Farm, Llanishen, on THURSDAY, the 10th December, 1896, the whole of his very valuable FARMING STOCK, CROPS, AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS, &c., Comprising :— 30 PRIME FAT WETHERS. 36 SHORTHORN CATTLE. FIVE UPSTANDING AND POWERFUL CART HORSES. SOW AND 12 STORE PIGS. 7 MOWS VERY PRIME 1895-96 CLOVER and MEADOW HAY, 2 RICKS of WHEAT, MOW of BARLEY, 2 RICKS of BLACK OATS, QUANTITY OAT and BARLEY STRAW, about 16 tons YELLOW GLOBE MANGOLDS and about 5 Acres SWEDES (in Lots), together with a large, varied, and valuable col. lection of MODERN AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS, which include a 6-horse power Portable Engine and Thrashing Machine by Clayton also The FARM HARNESS and DAIRY UTENSILS, as well as The RUFFAGE ON ABOUT 110 ACRES up to the 2nd February, 1897. Three months' credit, subject to the usual conditions. Luncheon (by ticket) at 11. Sale at 12 noon punc- tually. Mill Farm is within two minutes' walk of Llanishen Station Ai tho Rhymney Railway, and about three miles by toad from the town of Cardiff. Catalogues may be had upon application to the Auc- tioneer, 2, Duke-street. Cardiff. 5355 ROATH MARKET, CARDIFF. SALE OF CHRISTMAS FAT STOCK. ON MONDAY, 14th DECEMBER, 1896. MR J. RICHARD THOMAS will SELL by AUCTION, at Roath Market, Cardiff, on MONDAY, the 14th December, 1896, at 11 a.m., 100 FAT BULLOCKS And 400 FAT SHEEP. Namely:- 12 very prime Three-year-old Steers and Maiden Heifers, from Mr James Thomas, Cross Farm. 9 Choice Stall-fed Three-year-old Oxen, from Mr G. S. Rooney, Dinas Powis. 7 very excellent Stall-fedSteers and Maiden Heifers, from Mr Evan Griffitbs, Greenway. 9 exceedingly prime Stall-fed Bullocks, from Mr J. Thomas. Michaelstone. 6 very choice Stall-fed Bullocks, from Mr J. Bichards, Hendre Hall, St. Mellon's. A number of Prime Stall-fed Herefords, from Mr T. Williams, Pengam. 2 very prime Fat Cows, from Rev. M. S. Williams, Dinas Powis. 5 Prime Bullocks and 40 Sheep, from Mr W. B. White, Bonvilstone. 25 Cattle, the property of various owners. 100 exceedingly Cheice Mountain Wethers, from Mr W. Williams, The Snlott. SO Tery Pnme Corn-fed Wethers, from Mr T. B. Davies, Melrose Hall, St. Mellon's. 60 Prime Fat Wethers, from Mr Prosser, Rumney. 40 Choice Corn-fed Yearlings, from Mr Thomas Jones, J.P., Ynishir. Auctioneer's Offices, 2, Duke-street. Cardiff. 5213 SALE TO-MORROW TO TUG OWNERS, DOCK PROPRIETORS, AND OIHEBS. MESSRS TREGERTHEN DUNN and JjLJL CO. have received instructions to SELL by PUBLIC AUCTION, at the Exchange, Bute Docks, Cardiff, on THURSDAY, December 10th, 1896, at 3 p.m., the useful SCREW TUG "MARGARET," Built of iron in 1880 length. 73ft. breadth, 15ft. depth, 8ft.; fitted with compound surface condensing engines of 40 n.h.p. cylinders, 14in. and 26in. stroke, 18in, fitted with new boilers in 1891. This boat is in good condition, and has been well kept up, and is ready for immediate work. She is now in the dock at Port Talbot, open to inspection. For further particulars apply to Tregerthen Dunn and Co., Marine Auctioneers, 27, Mount Stuart-square. Cardiff; or to the Harbour Master at Port Talbot. 5596 ANGEL HOTEL YARD, CARDIFF. TO BUILDERS, FARMERS, AND OTHERS. MR D. EVANS is instructed to SELL by AUCTION at the Angel Hotel Yard, on SATURDAY, 12th December, 1896, at 2 o'clock pre: eisely, TWO POWERFUL CART HORSES, SET OF HARNESS, AND A TIPCART. Auctioneer's Office, 9, Windsor-place, Cardiff. 5708 FRIDAY Nr,,Y-T, DECITNIBFR IITH, 1896. PEREMPTORY SALE OF GROCERY STOCK, FIXTURES, doc., CWMAMAN, ABERDARE. MR C. H. TUCKER will SELL by AUCTION, upon the premises of Mrs Herbert, Cwmanian, the whole of the general GROCERY STOCK, Cwmanian, the whole of the general GROCERY STOCK, Comprising the general stock of a grocer, together with certain fixtures, furniture, piano, and other •fleets. Sale at 11 a.m. Auctioneer's Offices, 6 and 7, St. Stephen s-street, Bristol. 5702 I~ MPORTANT to THOSE WHO SUFFER. One Box of Horton's I.X.L. Pills are guaranteed f° all complications. Also gravel and pains in the back. Post free for 4s from G. D. Horton, M.P.S. fche General Hospital), Aston-road, Birmingham —Cardiff—R. Mumford, Chemist, <fcc., Meteor- WU 5jpi°tlai'<is, and Castle-road, Roath. Merthyr— wrr*»CnemiBt- Swansea Lloyd, Chemist, Oxford-sU 'Young, Chemist, High-st. NJB.—Has never *nown to fail. Letters answered free. Please 8896 galts by faction. ON VIEW THIS DAY. SALE TO-MORROW (THURSDAY) AND FRIDAY NEXT, 10th and 11th DEC. A MOST IMPORTANT and ATTRACTIVE SALE of VERY RARE and COSTLY JAPANESE and CHINESE ART TREASURES, including the choicest specimens ever introduced into this country, and which are imported direct to Cardiff by an EMINENT ART COLLECTOR who has spent upwards of 30 years in collecting the almost priceless works of art which the sale embraces. MESSRS GOTTWALTZ, BOWRING, and PERRY are instructed to exhibit and SELL by AUCTION, at their NEW ART GALLERY, No. 11, HIGH-STREET CARDIFF, To-morrow THURSDAY, and FRIDAY NEXT, 10th and 11th December, at 11 o'clock each day, the above SUPERB COLLECTION OF MAGNIFICENT JAPANESE AND CHINESE ART TREASURES, Compnsing ELABORATELY CARVED CABINETS with panels richly inlaid with ivory and pearl, grandly- carved screens fitted with inlaid panels, beautifully lacquered and inlaid panels. EXQUISITELY CARVED IVORIES AND VERY OLD AND RARE BRONZES, Lacquered and carved tables VERY VALUABLE OLD NINGPO CARVINGS, including a Cabinet and a table, originally the property of the late Honourable Whompoa of Singapore; a duplicate of the table was recently sold for S50 a collection of mounted MaJacca. Canes and Mantilla Shells; THE CLOISONNE ENAMEL WARE, representing the finest examples of Japanese works, and amongst which will be found many noble and exquisitely finished Vases. THE COLLECTION WILL BE ON VIEW J in the Art Gallery THIS DAY, WEDNESDAY, from 10 a.m. until 6 p-m. Full particulars will appear in future advertise- ments, and descriptive Catalogues may be bad on application to the Auctioneers. 5285 j ON FRIDAY NEXT. GWENTLAND, PLYMOUTH ROAD, PENARTH. UNRESERVED SALE of Handsome -iud well.grown CONSERVATORY and GREENHOUSE PLANTS. MESSRS GOTTWALTZ, BOWRING & PERRY have received instructions from the Executor of the late Mrs Lewis Shirley, to SELL by AUCTION, at the above Residence, on FRIDAY, 11th December, 1896, at 2 o'clock punctually, the above HIGH-CLASS CONSERVATORY AND GREENHOUSE PLANTS. The costly Household .Appointments will be sold at the Salerooms, 11, High-street, Cardiff, on THURSDAY and FRIDAY. 17th and 18th December. Catalogues may be had of the Auctioneers, Messrs Gottwaltz, Bowring, and Perry, at their Offices.^ 5660 ON TUESDAY, lbTU DECEMBER, 1896. GREAT ANNUAL SHOW AND SALE OF CHRISTMAS FAT STOCK. MESSRS GOTTWALTZ, BOWRING, JLfJL and PERRY will hold their Annual SHOW and SALE of CHRISTMAS FAT STOCK At Roath Market,Cardiff, on TUESDAY, 15th Decem- ber, 1896, comprising: 150 GRAND STALL-FED CATTLE and 200 PRIME SHEEP and PIGS. 25 Prime Cattle, 6 well-bred Fat Pigs and a Fat Calf from Mr W. Baker, Forrest Farm IV corn and cake fed Cattle from Mr John Lewis, Brigam Farm, Cowbridge, including several prize winners. 15 Grand Prize Cattle and Sheep from Mr W. Thomas, The Hayes. 12 Steers from Mr T. George, The Deri; 12 Steers and Heifers and 10 Wether Lambs from Mrs Williams, Maesycrochan; 10 Magnificent 4 years old Scotch Steers and a Fat Pig from Col. the Hon. F. C. Morgan, M.P., Ruperra Castle 7 Cattle and 20 Sheep from Richard Allen, Esq.; Prime Steers, Maiden Heifers, and Sheep from Mr T. Williams, Pengam Farm. „ 60 three and four year old excellent Welsh Wethers from T. R. Davies, Esq., Melrose Hall; Cattle and .Sheep from Mr R. Stratton, The Duffryn Mr W. Hier Evans, Radyr Court; Mr J. Rees, Cor- ner's Well Mr John Sankey, and others. The usual amount in prizes will be given, and farther particulars will appear in future advertisements. Further Entries are solicited to the Auctioneers' Offices, 11, High-street, Cardiff. 5286 ON THURSDAY AND FRIDAY, 17th and 18th DECEMBER. IMPORTANT UNRESERVED SALE OF HIGH-CLASS FURNITURE AND HOUSEHOLD APPOINTMENTS. ELEGANT FURNITURE of BEDROOMS in various woods. Superb DRAWING-ROOM and BOUDOIR FURNITURE, valuable Axminster, Turkey, and Wilton carpets, suites of costly curtains, reception. room and library furniture in walnut, carved oak, and mahogany, oil-paintings and water-colour draw- ings, choice china and decorative objects, including the effects removed from GWENTLAND," PLYMOUTH-ROAD, PENARTH. BY ORDER OF THE EXECUTORS OF MRS LEWIS SHIRLEY. DECEASED. MESSRS GOTTWALTZ, BOWRING, and PERRY have received instructions to remove and SELL by AUCTION, at their Salerooms, 11, High-street, Cardiff, on THURSDAY and FRIDAY. 17th and 18th December, at 11 o'clock each day punctually, the above HIGH-CLASS FURNITURE, REMOVED FROM OWANRLAND, PENARTH. The contents of bedrooms and dressing rooms com- prise EXCELLENT BRASS BEDSTEADS with furniture hangings, other bedsteads in French and other designs, capital spring and hair, bedding, wen- made dressing tables and washstands, a FINE WALNUT BEST BEDROOM SET with large ward- robe and appointments, A HANDSOME SPANISH MAHOGANY WARDROBE, ELEGANT ENAMEL- LED BEDROOM SUITE, easy chairs, ottomans, mantelboards, china toilet services, BEDROOM FURNITURE in walnut, mahogany, rosewood, pine, and other woods, large screen, chintz and lace curtains, baths, best Brussels carpets, corridor carpets, rugs, fenders and irons. THE FURNITURE OF DRAWING-ROOM AND BOUDOIR includes expensive carpets and rugs, fenders and fire- irons, HANDSOME OVERMANTEL, a PAIR of SUPERIOR CABINETS with fluted columns and inlaid with high glass backs, expensive curtains, settees, lounge and occasional chairs in costly cover- ings, inlaid ebonized card and occasional tables, a PAIR of MAGNIFICENT CANDELABRA, Parian groups, and other choice decorative china and lass, SPLENDIDLY INLAID WALNUT and MARQUE. TERIE TABLE on elegantly carved stand, A 7 OCTAVE COTTAGE PIANOFORTE, with iron frame, by ROB SEIDEL another upright Grand Pianoforte by Hopkinscn, a rosewood writing table, stationery case. _,uL.i, THE DINING-ROOM FURNITURE is of first-class make, with 12 handsome oak chairs covered in best Morocco leatiier, A NOBLE SIDEBOARD, a large Dining Table, an expensive dinner wagon and writing tables, costly curtains, a BEAUTIFUL TURKEY CARPET, VALUABLE OIL PAINTINGS AND OTHER PICTURES. THE LIBRARY FURNITURE comprises oak writing tables, a sideboard, a large bookcase set-of chairs, LIBRARY OF WELL BOUND BOOKS, comprising upwards of 700 volumes. The Contents of Kitchens, Servants' Hall, Butler's and Plate Panfer os, and numeions miscellaneous items. Catalogues may be had free on application to the Auctioneers. 5662 SALE TO-MORROW Sale No. 5001. At the DUKE-ST. AUCTION ROOMS, CARDIFF, On THURSDAY, December 10th, 1896, large UN- RESERVED SALE of superior HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE and EFFECTS. MESSRS J. G. MADDOX AND SON will SELL by PUBLIC AUCTION, as above, a, large quantity of VALUABLE APPOINTMENTS for dining and drawing-rooms, halls, staircases, and contents of six bedrooms, etc.; also two excellent pianofortes, and a Neo Cyclostyle. Goods oniviewmornings of Sales, which will commence 1 at 2 o'clock precisely. Further particulars see posters, or apply to the Auctioneers. Entries for this sale can be made up to the day prior to. Cash advances made on goods sent in for absolute sale. 1111 Sale No. 5,052. SALE at SHORT NOTICE, MONDAY, DECEMBER 14th, 1896. at their SALEROOMS, 25, DUKE. STREET, CARDIFF. MESSRS J. G. MADDOX and SON beg to announce the receipt of peremptory instruc- tions to SELL by PUBLIC AUCTION a MANUFACTURER'S STOCK of 150 CARPETS, including all the latest designs, comprising best quality bordered Brussels of various sizes, bordered velvet pile squares, Oriental carpets and rugs, bordered Axmins- ter carpets, Wilton pile squares, Oriental and Axmins- ter sofa rugs, stair carpeting, door mats, etc. Also a large assortment of hearth rugs, and a variety of furnishing drapery. Sale to commence at 2.30 and 7.30 Goods on view Saturday prior to and morning of Sale. Catalogues may be had on application at the Auc- tioneers' Offices, 25, Duke-street. Cardiff. 5641 ANGEL HOTEL YARD, WESTGATE-STREET, CARDIFF. MONTHLY SALE OF HORSES. CARRIAGES, HARNESS, Ac. MESSRS BAILEY AND GILLER WIN bold their Next SALE by AUCTION in the above Yard on December 17 tb, 1896, commencing at 12 o'clock. Tho entries include 30 HORSES I the property of gentlemen in the neighbourhood and local tradesmen. 20 Carriages, Business Carts, and Pleasure Traps, and about 50 lots of well-made Harness, Saddlery, and Stable Requisites. On view morning of sale. Catalogues ready thiee days prior. Entry forms can be obtained at Auctioneers' Offices, 3, Castle-street, Cardiff. 5709 JOHN w YNN, AUCTIONEER, VALUER, ACCOUNTANT. AUDITOR, HOUSE, LAND, AND ESTATE AGENT. MORTGAGES ARRANGED. INSURANCE AGENCY. ——— 4202 Omcss-32, ST. MARY-STREET, CARDIFF. Salts by Ruction. SALE TO-MORROW. ESTATE OF GEORGE SHAPLAND, DECEASED. CHARLES.STREET, BRIDGE-STREET (CENTRE OF CARDIFF), AND SALISBURY-ROAD, CARDIFF; AND HEWELL-STREET, COGAN PILL, NEAR CARDIFF. MESSRS EVANS and HUGHES have been favoured with instructions from the Per- sonal Representative of the late Mr George Shapland, to SELL by AUCTION, at the Royal Hotel, Cardiff, on THURSDAY, December 10th, IP96, at 7.30 o'clock in the Evening (subject to the General Conditions of Sale of (he Cardiff and District Incorporated Law Society and to the .special Conditions to be read ab the time of Sale), the following valuable LONG LEASEHOLD HOUSE AND SHOP PROPERTIES— SALISBURY-ROAD. LOT i.-All that DWELLING-HOUSE and PRE. MISES, known as iioseland House," Salisbury-road, now in the occupation of Mr Jones, as yearly tenant, at the annual rent of £45, tenant paying rates. This lot is held under lease from file Marquess of Bute for the term of 99 years from the 29th Sep- tember, 1889, at the yearly ground rent of 9A BRIDGE-STREET (CENTItIl, OF CARDIFF.) SHOP AND PREMISES AND DWELLING-HOUSE. LOT 2.—AH that SHOP and PREMISES, with the fl DWELLING-HOUSE adjoining, together known as f Nos. 60 and 62, Bridge-street, and now in the occupation I of Mr Morgan and another, and producing a rental of £54 6s per annum, the rates on the shop being paid by the tenant. This lot is held for a term of 999 years from the 1st January, 1831, at the very low ground rent of 25 6a per annum. CHARLES-STREET (CENTRE OF CARDIFF). FAMILY RESIDENCE, WITH FIVE-STALLSTABLE AND COACHHOUSE. LOT 3.—All that first-class, well-built and appointed FAMILY RESIDENCE, with the Five-stall Stable and Coachhouse at the rear, situate and known 88 No. 31, Charles-street, Cardiff, comprising :-In the basement -Breakfa.st-room. large kitchen, with other usual offices. Ground floor-Two reception-rooms connected by folding doors, large china pantry, spacious hall. First iioor-Best bedroom, dressing-room, second ditto, bathroom, w.c. Second and third floors-Eight .'bedrooms. The Property will beiound to be well appointed and fitted in every detail, the entrance being ap- proached by a very handsome portico, the said approach being laid with a very flne.mosaic floor. The House is in excellent repair, and has been for several years in the occupation of the late Mr Shapland, who built the stable and. greatly im- proved the property. There is access to the stable from Charles-street-lane. These Premises offer an exceptional opportunity to a professional gentleman requiring residence m the heart of the town, whilst the prospects of the conversion of the street, into a main thoroughfare at an early date must considerably enhance the present value. This Lot is held for a, term of 999 years from the 29tli day of September, 1872, at the low annual ground rent of £ 812s 6d. Possession can be given imme- diately upon the completion of the purchase. HEWELL-STREET, COGAN, NEAR CARDIFF. LOT 4.-All those Three DWELLING-HOUSES and PREMISES situate and known as Nos. 28, 29, and 30, Hewell-street, Cogan, near Cardiff, and let to respect- able tenants at weekly rents of 5s each. LOT 6.—All those Three similar DWELLING- BOUSES adjoining the last lot, and known as Nos. 31, 32, and 33, Hewell-street, aforesaid, and let at the like weekly rents as the last lot. LOT 6.-All those Three similar DWELLING. HOUSES adjoining the last lot, and known as Nos. 34, 35"and 36, Rewell-street, aforesaid, and let at the like rents as the above. LOT 7. AU those Three similar DWELLING- HOUSES adjoining the last lot, and known as Nos. 37, 38, and 39, Hewell-street, aforesaid, and let at the like rents as the above. LOT 8. — All those three similar DWELLING- HOUSES adjoining the last lot, and known as Nos. 40, 41, and 42, Hewell-street, aforesaid, and let at the like rents as the above. LOT 9. All those Three similar DWELLING- HOUSES adjoining the last lot, and known as Nes. 43, 44, and 45. Hewell-street, aforesaid, and let at the like rents as the above. These lots are respectively held for several terms of 93 years e tch from the 1st day of May, 1858, at the low annnal ground rent of So for each lot, equalling B2 per house. They will be offered as above or singly, or in such other order as may be desired or determined at the time of sale. The foregoing lots of Cottage Property, being situated afc Cogan Pill, must at all times command respectable tenants, seeing that there is no room for further building, and, in view of the Penarth Windsor Dock Extension, a more advantageous investment in cottage property could not be desired. For further particulars, and for orders to view Salis- bury-road and Charles-street Properties, apply to the Auctioneers, Mesasrs EVANS and HUGHES, Borough Chambers, Wharton-street, Cardiff or to W. BRADLEY, Esq., Solicitor, 5334 3, High-street, Cardiff. SALE TO-MORROW. LEASEHOLD COTTAGES IN WINDSOR-ROAD, COGAN, NEAR CARDIFF. lVTESSRS EVANS and HUGHES have Iv-R. been favoured with instructions by the Mortgagees to iSEfL by AUCTION, at the Royal Hotel, on THURSDAY, the 10th day of December, 1896, at 7.30 o'clock In the Evening (subject to the General Conditions of Sale of the Cardiff and District Incorporated Law Society, and to the Special Condi- tions to be read at the time of Sale), the following valuable LEASEHOLD PROPERTIES:— LOT I.-All those Two DWELLING-HOUSES and PREMISES, situate and being Nos. 108 and 110, Windsor-road, Cogan, near Cardiff, held under lease from Lord Windsor for 99 years, from 1st May, 1882, at:24 10s per annum ground rent, and let to respectable tenants at weekly rentals of 7s each house. LOT 2.—All those Two DWELLING-HOUSES and PREMISES, situate and being Nos. 112 and 114, Windsor-road, Cogan aforesaid, held under lease from Lord Windsor for 99 years, from the 1st of May, 1882, at 24 108 per annum ground rent, and let to respectable tenants at weekly rentals of 7s each house. The Lots can be divided to suit purchasers. For further particulars apply to the Auctioneers, Borough Chambers, Wharton-street, Cardiff; or to Messrs Stephens, David, and Co,, Solicitors, 2, Bute- crescent, Cardiff. 5590 RICHMOND-ROAD, CABDIFF. CAPITAL LEASEHOLD RESIDENCE FOR SALE MR J. K. GUNN has received instruc- tions to OFFER for SALE by PUBLIC- AUCTION, at the Royal Hotel, Cardiff, on MONDAY, the 14th day of December, 1896, at 7 o'clock p.m., sub- ject to the Special and General Conditions of Sale of the Incorporated Law Society of Cardiff and District, the following valuable LEASEHOLD PROPERTY. All that VILLA RESIDENCE, known as Acton Villa," situate and being No. 89, Richmond-road, Car- diff, now vacant; held under lease for a term of 99 years from the 2nd day of February, 1880, at an annual ground rent of £ 5. This property contains on the ground floor drawing and dining-rooms, kitchen, scullery, pantry, &c., ana on the first floor three bedrodras, hot and cold bath, and w.c. Possession may be had immediately. For Further Particulars apply to t,he Auctioneer, West gate Chambers, Westgate-street, Cardiff; or to Mr Harry Cousins, Solicitor, Western Mail Chambers, Cardiff. 5509 THE CORPORATION REPOSITORY, CARDIFF TUESDAY, DECEMBER 15TH. MESSRS PHILLIPS AND PEDRICK Gate Alfred Phillips) beg to announce they will hold their next Sale of HORSES AND CARRIAGES at the above Repository on TUESDAY, December 15th, 1896. Gentlemen who have Horses or Carriages to dispose of are requested to communieatewivh the Auctioneers at once, 139. Severn-road, to ensure due publicity. 5568 LONDON HOUSE AUCTION ROOMS, 10, CASTLE-STREET, SWANSEA. MESSRS H. HILL and CO. will SELL by AUCTION, on the above Premises, OD, FRIDAY, December 11th, 1896, a large and varied assortment of HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, comprising Dining suite, drawing-room suite, walnut cheffoniers, walnut overmantels, walnut pianoforte with iron frame, couches, dining tables, carpets, hearthrugs, iron brass rail bedsteads, spring mat- tresses, feather and millpuff beds, washstands with marble tops, dressing table, bedroom suite in satin walnut and ash, kitchen requisites, dresser with cup. boards and drawers, &c., Ac. 5vis Sale to commence at 11 o'clock in the Forenoon. Auctioneers' Offices, 10, Castle-street. Swansea.. SALE OF A VALUABLE LEASEHOLD DWELL. ING-HOUSE AND PREMISES; AND COTTAGES IN THE TOWN OF SWANSEA. MESSRS H. HILL and CO., have been instructed to SELL by PUBLIC AUCTION, at the Cameron Arms Hotel, High-street, Swansea (sub, iect to conditions of Sale which will then be Yead), on TUESDAY, December 15th, 1836, viz. LOT 1. All that new and substantially-built DWELLING. HOUSE and PREMISES, known as "Piggah." Heathfield, containing—on basement, breakfast-room, kitchen (fitted with best Leamington range), scullery, and larder on ground floor, spacious dining and drawing-rooms with folding doors on first Boor, 2 bedrooms, bathroom (hot and cold water), and w.c.; on second flpor, 3 good bedrooms. The whole is fitted with electric bells, Venetian blinds, picture rods" and gas fittings, and is held for a term of 99 years from the 29th day of September, 1888, at a ground rent of £4 13s per annum. The house is most conveniently arranged, no expense having been spared to make it comfortable there is a delightful view of the bay from each floor. LOT 2 .-Ail those three LEASEHOLD COTTAGFS, situate and known as 3, 5, and 6, Greyhound-street:, Swansea, containing 5 rooms each, with large garden at back, about 100ft. deep, and are now let at weekly rentals amounting to S35 2s per annum, and are held for a term of 99 years, from the 24th day of June, 1842, at an annual ground rent of JE4 lOs, of which £1 2s 6d is received in respect of ground rent of house No. 4, Greyhound-street. Sale to commence at 3 o'clock in the afternoon., For further particulars apply to Jenkin Jones, Esq., Solicitor, Fisher-street; or to the Auctioneers, 10,- Castle-street, Swansea. "18 ABERCWMBOI FARM, ABERDARE. ANNUAL CHRISTMAS FAT STOCK SALE. MR JOHN HOWELL (Howell and Huehes) has received instructions from Coun- cillor T. Davies to SELL by PUBLIC AUCTION on MONDAY. December 14thi 1896. about 50 FAT CATTLE, 10 COWS and CALVES, and about 260 FAT SHEEP and LAMBS. also several HORSES. All fat stock will be kept to suit the Christinas Market. The Auctioneers have great pleasure in recommend- ing the above to butchers and others as being well fed with corn and cake, and having grazed upon some of the best land in Monmouthshire last summer. Terms—Cash. Luncheon (by ticket) all 12 o'clock. Sale to commence at 1 p.m 5720 THE fO F, Or L F,i pAPER IS THE CARDIFF rJlIMES ANn (gOUTH "y^ALES^^EEKLY^J-EWS ONE PENNY WEEKLY. saus bu jUirftoti. IMPORTANT SALE of COLLIERY PLANT and MACHINERY at the HEOLDDU COLLIERY and EMILY SIDING, LLANSAMLET, near SWANSEA. MESSRS J. M. LEEDER AND SON have been instructed to SELL by PUBLIC AUCTION, at the above colliery, on MONDAY, December 14th, 1896, the whole of the valuable PLANT, MACHINERY, &c., comprising nearly now double 12in. cylinder Roby winding engine, 18in. stroke, with reversing gear, drum, and b:eak complete; 40 nearly new steel colliery trams, 2ft. 6in. gauge two iron do. tram' weighing machine, by Bartlett; 9in. single winding engine, 2ft. stroke, fly wheel 6ft. diameter, with drum and gearing, and about 1,000 yards pi in. steel wire rope several tons of tram rails, poiuts and crossings, double rivetted vertical boiler, 14ft. by 5ft., with four cross tubes; special pump by Cameron, 9in. steam, 3in. water cylinders a quantity of wrought iron piping of various dimensions 2 braes injectors. iron da, a quantity of brass valves and taps, pit cage, 5fu by 5ft. by 3ft.: tee bob, with plumber blocks^ed plates, dta. pug mill, horizontal winding engiae by Nioholas Wflliama and Co., Tavistock, 18in. cylinder, 6ft. stroke, fly wheel 12ft. diameter, with drum complete doable tube boiler, 26ft. by 6ft. double-fined Lancashire boiler, 18ft. by 6ft. about 3 tons ef flooring plates, the rails and sleepers on the Emily Siding, about 450 yards in length, with points and crossings, Ac. nearly new tram turntable, &c. The contents of the smiths' shop and numerous mis- cellaneons item*. Sale to commence at 12 o'clock noon. Catalogues are in course of preparation, and may be had on application to the Auctioneers one week prior to sale. The colliery is about 15 minutes' walk from Uan- samlet and Dynevor Stations on the G.W.R., and adjoins the mam road from Swansea, to Neath. 5633 Auctioneers' Offices, Goat-street Chambers.Swansea. 5, THE STRAND, SWANSEA, and at the SWANSEA ENGINEERING DBPOT (late Messrs Miles and Co.), THE QUAY. IMPORTANT SALE OF USEFUL PLANT AND MACHINERY of various descriptions, TUGBOAT AND 150-TON LIGHTER. MESSRS JOHN M. LEEDER and SON have received instructions from Mr L. B. Barlow, who is giving up the premises owing to ill health, to SELL by AUCTION, at the above addresses, on TUESDAY, December 15th, 1896, a. large and valuable assortment of general PLANT, MACHINERY, and MATERIALS, Comprising a pair of 18in. Diagonal Engines with reversing gear; Air Compressor with oscillating engine, 12in cylinders, 30in. stroke; Portable Double Engine and Boiler (by Poole), Trfple Gear Steam Winch Double Gear ditto, Portable Boiler, 4ft. by 4ft. 6in. Back Geared Lathe, 7ft. bed, 8in. centre, with slide rest, tools, and spanners LARGE 16IN. SCREW CUTTING GAP LATHE, with chucks and pulleys; SCREW CUTTING LATHE, kin. centre, 10ft. 6in. bed, with slide rest, three chucks, tools, and overhead gear HAND DRILLING MACHINE, 9in. LATHE, with screw cutters and pulleys, four cast iron turned pulleys; SMALL ENGINE, Cylinder 4l/jin. diameter, 7in. stroke, Tangye's hydraulic jack test (to test to 100 tons), large quantity of scrap brass, bolts, nuts, countersunk rivets, 46 npw hot saw blades for steel rails. 43in. by A in.. A 150 TON LIGHTER, Two-wheeled Dog-cart, dark bay Cob, 5 years, 14.2 hands, quiet to ride or drive, set of Harness, dca, Also the clinker-built TUGBOAT "BLANCHE." now working in Swansea Bay and Bristol Channel, and adapfeeq for either fishing or towing. The fol- lowing are her principal dimensions Length, 85ft. 9in.; breadth, 17ft. lin.; depth, 8ft. 6in. fitted with side lever engines, by J. R. Scott, of North Shields, N H.P. 30, cylinders, 30in. diameter, 4ft. stroke, with two boilers by Neath Abbey Engineering Co., and donkey engine for feeding boilers, together with trawl edge nets, &c. On view day prior and morning of sale. Sale to commence at 11 o'clock in the forenoon. Catalogues may be had of the Auctioneers, at their offices, Goat-street Chambers, Swansea. 5634 BE THE GOWER IRON AND TINPLATE COM- PANY, LIMITED, IN LIQUIDATION. IMPORTANT BREAK-UP SALE OF VALUABLE FIXED AND LOOSE PLANT AND MACHINERY, STOCKS, STORES, &C. MESSRS JOHN M. LEEDER and SON JLTi. have been instructed to SELL by PUBLIC AUCTION, at the Gower Iron and Tinplate Company's Works. Penclawdd, near Gowerton, Glamorganshire, on THURSDAY and FRIDAY, December 17th and 18th, 1896, the whole of the valuable PLANT, MACHINERY, STOCKS, AND STORES In the Forge, Tinplate Works, and Premises appur-1 tenant thereto. Some of the principal items of fixed plant are as follows :— In the FORGE 15 paddling furnaces. 3 bailing furnaces, tap furnace, 2 four-ton steam hammers, 3^§ ton do., bar mill, with roughing and finishing train, driven by a horizontal high pressure engine 11 iron double-fiued boilers with 4 Galloway tubes in each flue stone breaker, with engine and double fly Cameron double-acting steam feed pump about 85 tons of cast iron flooring plates, about 49-tons of steam and water pipes, <bc. In the TINPLATE WORKS :-2 modern tinplate mills and 4 pairs of cold rolls, driven by a vertical compound tandem condensing engine, cylinders 26in. and 46in. diameter by 3ft. stroke, entirely rebuilt iIJ: 1891, worked two years only 2 tinplate mills, dtivets I by a high-pressure horizontal condensing engine, tiltej with automatic cut-off gear, cylinder 26in. diameter by 3ft. 6in. stroke (this engine was entirely rebuilt in 1888 and at ranged for compounders when required); 8 heating furnaces, doublers' and shearers shears, weighing machine, Hutohin's patent pickling machine, annealing furnace (33ft. by 14ft.), a number of water boshes, 12 tiuning sets, fitted with 12 roll machines, 3 dusting machines, sorting tables, 2 platform weighing machines, engine for driving tin-house shafting, smith's fires, small steam hammer in smith's shop, fan and engine, self-acting lathe lOin. centre, 36in. double- geared drilling machine, lOin. self-acting shaping machine, 20-ton truck weighing machine by Pooley, 5-ton do. 2 new steel high-pressure Lancashire boiiers 30ft. by 8tt. diameter, flues 3ft. 3m. diameter, with 4 Galloway tubes in each flue, by Tinker Bros. Lan- cashire boiler, 30ft. 6in. by 7ft. diameter, with 5 Gallo. way tubes in each flue; 2 new fueleconon isersinperfect working order by Lowcock and Green respectively, both driven by small engine; bar cutting machine witb-«ngine by Cameron, large water tank, gas- making plant in gasworks, Goodbrand's double-acting feed pump, Tangye's special pump completely over- hauled and refitted, 136 tons cast-iron flooring plates, 64 tons steel rails on sidings, and the cast and wrought iron steam and water pipes throughout the works. The LOOS K PLANT comprises locomotive, cylinders ll%ln. diameter by 20in. stroke, recently overhauled and in first-class working order, Thomas and Clement's patent dusting machine (naw and not yet fixed), crab winch, several sets of blocks and pulleys, engineers' and fitting shop tools, ropes, ladders, Kerosme and other lamps, bar cutters' barrows, ash do picklers' and tinhouse do., powerful overhead travelling crane to lift 20 tons, a complete equipment of workmen's tools for both forge and tinplate departments, con- tents of smithy, smith's tools, iron foige castings, puddlers' tool iron, annealing pots and stands, vitriol, tinplate castings and machinery duplicates, brass t bearings, phosphor bronze, old brass, wrought and scrap iron, die., also the whole of the office furniture and effects. Sale to commence each. day at 11.15 a.m. sharp. Full detailed Catalogues are in course of prepara- tion, and may be had on application to the Auc- tioneers seven days prior to Sale. Further particulars may be had from the Liquidator; A. B. KingFarlow, Esq., F.C.A., 4, King-street, Cheap- side, London, B.C. S. F. Isitt, I,q., F.C.A.6, Old Jewry, London, E.C. Messrs W. H. Smith and Son, Solicitors, Gresham House, Old Broad-street, London, E.C. Messrs Vallance and Co., Solicitors, Lombard House, George Yard, London. E.C. or of the Auctioneers, at their Offices, Goat-street Chambers, Swansea. 5635 SALE TO-MORROW. GELLILWCH FARM, LLANWONNO, GLAMORGANSHIRE, Distant about one mile from Ynysybwl Station, and about one and a half miles from Pontypridd Junction Station on the Taff Vale Railway. HIGHLY IMPORTANT SALE OF SHEEP, CATTLE, HORSES, PIGS, CROPS, DAIRY UTENSILS, IMPLEMENTS, &c. MESSRS HENRY LEWIS and SONS have been favoured with instructions from Mr Williams, who is leaving the farm, to SELL by PUBLIC AUCTION, at the above-named place, on THURSDAY, December 10th, 1896, the whole of the following LIVE AND DEAD FARMING SFOCK, &a, viz. SHEEP.-20 fat ewes, 60 fat wethers, 30 breeding ewes. CATTLE.—18 milking cows in calf, all to calve in food season 3 cows with calves at toot, 2 yearling eifers. HORSES.—1 powerful cart horse, 7 years old, about 15% hands high, suit-able for agricultural or under- ground purposes 1 powerful cart mare, aged, about 13.1 hands high, good worker 1 six-year-old cart mare, about 16 hands high, good worker 1 thorough- bred mare in foal, 1 hunter, known as Gaper," winner of many races 1 aged cob mare, quiet to ride or drive; 1 four-year-old cob horse, quiet to ride or drive: 1 six-year-old cob mare, quiet to ride or drive 1 aged mate, 1 yearling cob filly, 1 cob sucker. PIGS.—1 fat pig. CROPS.—About 20 tons prime meadow hay well harvested, crop of 4 acres of oats in straw, about 4 tens of mangolds. IMPL £ MENTS. —2 carts, 2 Irish cars. 1 trap, 1 milk trap, 2 mowing machines, 2 pairs of harrowi X chain harrew, 2 ploughs, 2 scuffiers, 1 iron roller, 1 turnip drill, 1 pulper, 1 corn crusher, 1 chaffcutter (1-horse power}, 1 sheep rack, 1 galvanised sheep trough, I wheelbarrow, 1 winnowing c no, 1 corn bin, 1 bench, quantity of old iron, 3 wash casks, 1 wooden trough, pig troughs, cow chains, rakes, pikes, scythes, sn s. &e. HARNESS.—2 sets of shaft harness, 2 sets of front harness, 1 set of G.O. harness, 1 set of trap harness. DAIRY UTENSILS.—3 cheese presses, 1 butter churn, 1 milk churn, milk pans, butter prints, Ac. Three months' credit will be given on a good approved.security to purchasers f '-PIO,and upwards, py discpunt will be allowed for cash at the rate of S5 per cent, per annum. The Auctioneers beg to call the special attention of. their numerous friends, farmers, dealers, and dairy- men to the above Sale, the whole of the Stock being young and healthy, the cows being splendid milkers and in prime condition. Gellihir Farm. Nelson, November 28th. 1896. 5689 •; Salts bg Vribatt (ftontrart. ITIOftSALEi STORES and PROVISIONS lying in Shed, Penarth Dock, and removed from German vessel Guarany.—Apply Krieger and Schlie- mann, Cardiff. 940 F o. R SALE A T JpWLLCOCH NURGERY, I a very large and choice collection of SHRUBS, FRUIT AND FOKEST TREES, true to name 10,000 Standard and Dwarf Rose Troea to select from. The best varieties in cultivation Catalogues sent on application. 4548 STEPHEN TRESEDER. Pwlleoch Nursery; CarciM COPPICE WOODS. OLD PRESCQED LLANBADDOCK. NEAR USK. TO RESOLD BY PRIVATE TREATY, LOT 1—34 Acres of well-grown COPPICE WOODS and OAK TREES. LOT 2-Acres of ASH and HAZKL COPPICE WOODS, All Oak Trees reserved on this lot; Apply to Mr J. T. Ho wells, Solicitor, Pwllheli. 617 =- WAN SE A 0 F F I CES OF THE SOUTH WALES DAILY NEWS," N No. 2 COLLEGE-STREET. jgnblit Itatias. MRS W. JONES and her Children desire to thank all those kind friends who have sympathised with them in their bereavement. 909 gTACEY.ROAD HALL. A SALE~OF WORK For Two Days in connection with LONGCROSS-STREET BAPTIST CHURCH Will be held at the above place TO-DAY (WEDNESDAY) and THURSDAY, To be opened First Day by Mrs Alderman R. CORY, at 3 p.m., And on THURSDAY by Councillor E. THOMAS, J P., at 3 p.m. Music at intervals. Harp Solo by Miss ANNIE WILLIAMS. Admission—First Day, 6d. Second Day, 3d. CARDIFF NATURALISTS' SOCIETY. A PUBLIC LECTURE Will be delivered in the CORY MEMORIAL HALL, CARDIFF, TO-MORROW, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 10th. 1896, At Eight o'clock n.m., by EDWARD WHYMPER, ESQ., Entitled "MY SCRAMBLES IN THE ALPS." Illustrated by Lantern Views. Admission to Public, One Shilling. 5697 (jRAND MASONIC £ JALL WILL BE HELD IN THE TOWN HALL, CARDIFF, ON WEDNESDAY, 20TH JANUARY, 1897. Further particulars will be announced later. W; 1. VAUGHAN, Secretary, 5714 99, Newport-road. ARIS CYCLE EXHIBITION, Dec. 12th to 18th.—EXCURSION from CARDIFF, covering Travelling and Week's Hotel, Paris, 5 Guineas CHRISTMAS in ROME, leaving Dec. 19th, Travelling and Hotel, 13 days. 13 Guineas RIVIERA, 10 days. 10 Guineas MEDITERRANEAN CRUISE, 25 days. 20 Guineas; EGYPT, PALESTINE, MA. DEIRA, &c.—Cook's Tickets of Mr Trounce, Pier Head, Cardiff. 1199 LADY U E N R Y SOMERSET. CORY MEMORIAL TEMPERANCE HALL, STATION-TERRACE, CARDIFF, THIS DAY, WEDNESDAY, DEC. 9TH, At 7.30. Balcony Seats (Numbered and Reserved), 2s and 18 6d. Ground Floor, Is and 6J. Plan of Hall at the Office of the Secretary, MR DAVID SHEPHERD, 623e 5701 1, Frederick-street JgASS & CO.'S ALES IN BOTTLE. In the CHANCERY DIVISION of the HIGH COURT OF JUSTICE (before Mr Justice Kekewich), on the 14th day of November, 1896, in an ACTION (1896: B. No. 2460). brought by BASS, RATCLIFF & GRETTON, LTD., against Danford Morgan Thomas, of the Old Red Cow Hotel, Swansea, to restrain the Defendant, his servants and agents, from supplying beer not brewed by the Plaintiffs, to persons asking for, or ordering "BASSALE" OB "BASS," the Judge granted A PERPETUAL INJUNCTION WITH COSTS AGAINST THE DEFENDANT. BASS, RATCLIFF & GRETTON, LIII., Regret they are again compelled to issue a PUBLIC WARNINGit to consumers of their Ales that there is a too common practice of serving other bottled beers when "BASS" is asked for, the label being concealed by the hand, or the bottle kept out of sight. THEY VENTURE RESPECTFULLY TO URGE THE PUBLIC WHEN ORDERMO BASS IN BOTTLE TO INSIST ON SEEING THE LABEL. BASS, RATOLIFF & GRETTON, Lm., WILL SUITABLY REWARD any person giving such information as will lead to conviction of fraud. 16095 54916992 1ttgal Notices. T>E HENRV' OWEN, DECEASED, RE ,X\» ANN OWEN, DECEASED, both late of the PENYGWRYD HOTEL, near BEDDGELERT, NORTH WALES. INFORMATION is REQUIRED as to the present residence and whereabouts of Henry Owen, who some two years ago worked atBlaengarw Colliery ,-Apply to H. EVANS, Tower Buildings, Carnarvon. thtblu ).ppøitdttttttts. INTERMEDIATE SCHOOL, YSTALY- FERA, GLAMORGAN. WANTED ASSISTANT MASTER to teach English subjects and Welsh, bookkeeping, shorthand, vocal music, drill. Salary, £ 110; also Assistant Mistress: English subjects, needlework, and Welsh, salary, £ 80.—Apply, stating age, with testimonials, to HEADMASTER, before 24th inst. 5686 CWMDU & LLANGYNWYD IDGHER SCHOOL BOARD, U.D. (MAESTEG). WANTED. TWO ASSISTANT MISTRESSES (Art. 50), capable of teaching Sewing. Salary, £47 10s. Applications to be sent to me by the 15th December inst., with copies of three recent testimonials. ROBERT SCALE, Clerk. MAesteg, December 3rd, 1896 5640 (jfenftgrg anft Contracts. TO ARCHITECTS AND BUILDERS. ARCHIBALD D. DAWNAY Keeps at the WALES AND WEST OF ENGLAND GIRDER WORKS, EAST MOORS, CARDIFF, A LARGE STOCK OF STEEL JOISTS, FLITCH PLATES, TEES, ANGLES, CHANNELS, Etc. Manufacturers of ROOFS, GIRDERS, BRIDGES STANCHEONS, PATENT SOLID TILE and CONCRETE FLOORS. OFFicr,s.-EAST MOORS, CARDIFF. Telegrams Dawnay, Cardiff." National Telephone, Cardiff, No. 694. "t 1297 CORFIELD, -ION, A CO. WINDSOR-ROAD, CARDIFF, MANUFACTURERS and IMPORTERS of CHIMNEY PIECES, SLATES, TIMBER, CEMENT, GRATES, RANGES. And all Building Materials. 1782 ASK FOB H t1 D D B N 8 BEST gUPTRttS<lNE IJOBAOOOi 1541 SECRET UNfrOLMTD AT LAST It is a positive fact that no one in the world has been able to put a beautiful pearl-like Gloss on Linen. Cuffs, Collars, etc., so ea«y and quick, as by using the NEW DOROTHY LINEN GLAZE. It is the pride of the world. The work of ironing is turned into pleasure. Try it, ,nd and judge for yourselves. A Child can use it. Sold by Grocers, etc., everywhere, in Id and 3d packets. Manufacturers—G. TURLEY AND CO., 5342 16074 69, Edgbaston-street-, Birmingham. public Jmtusettuitfs. CARDIFF. VjpHEATRE R 0 Y A L Lessee and Manageress.. Mrs EDWARD FLETCHER. Special Engagement of Mr HENRY DUNDAS'S COMPANY, in the Great Drury-lane Success— U M A N IV A T U R E. Time and Prices as usual. Half-price at 9 o'clock. Seats not ."guaranteed. Box effice at Messrs Thompson. and Shackell's, Ltd., Queen-st. Telephone, No. 521. MONDAY, DEC. 14TH, important Engagement of MR R. D'OYLY CARTE'S REPERTOIRE CO., MONDAY AND TUESDAY, THE MIKADO. WEDNESDAY. THE GONDOLIERS. THURSDAY, FRIDAY, AND SATURDAY, THE GRAND DUKE. Box Plan now open. NOTICE.—On Thursday Evening, Dec. 24th, the Management has great pleasure in announcing the production of the 16th Magnificent Christmas Panto- mime, CINDERELLA. Direct from the Comedy Theatre, Manchester, where it enjoyed the longest run, and was K pronounced to be the Finest and Funniest Pantomime in the .United Kingdom last year. GR A N D m H E A T R E. The Premier JL Theatre of Wales. ■LESSKE & MANAGER Mr CLARENCE SOUNKS., Enthusiastic Reception and pronounced Success of the New Play, TWO m EN, By WM. BOURNE, Author of Man to Man." Doors open at 7; commence 7.30. Box Office open at Theatre daily 10 to 4. Telephone 725. Prices 6d to £ 1 Is. MONDAY NEXT, December 14th, Mr LEONARD PAGDEN'S COMPANY in M I Z P A H. TO. NIGHT! /CARDIFF ORCHESTRAL SOCIETY. • V> PARK HALL, CARDIFF. GRAND CONCERT, VOCALISTS Miss ADA CROSSLEY, Mr BEN DA VIES. Solo Harp .Mr F. C. BARKER. FULL ORCHESTRA. 70 PERFORMERS. Conductor.. Mr J. E. DEACON. Accompanist Mr W. A. RICHARDS. UnreservedSeats, 2s and Is. Plan of the hall at Mr Wm. Lewis' 22, Duke-street. Doors open 7.15, com- mence at 8.0. Carriages, 10.15. Special trains wiQ leave Rhymney Station, Cardiff at 11 p.m. for Llan. ishen and Caerphilly. String players desirous of joining the Society please communicate With the Hon. Sec., Glen Lyn, Cathedral-road, Cardiff. 477e 5488 Hitiidittg Dtidiel. ■ "OR I NC IP A L IT Y PERMANENT ,317 INVESTMENT jguiLDiNG gocasa;* 3 per eenfe. on DEPOSITS. 4: per cent, on PREFERENTIAL SHARES. per cent. onSUBSCRIFIION SHARES. APPLY FOR THE 35TH ANNUAL-REPORT and prospectus to W. SANDERS & SONS, Ma.laaPnI Secs 28, St. Mary-street, Cardiff. AGEM-Newport MrJ. M. WOOD, 24, High-street. Penarth r Mr D. H. EDMUNDS, Windsor-rd. Barry :Mr D. H.EDMUNDS, Markrt-biuldinga. •1023-7422 Ebbw Vale Mr J. A. nAVES. Idn-ib;oe. CARDIFF BUILDING SOCIETY. TO BORROWERS. INTEREST: 5 PER CENT. Apply for Prospectus and Application form to WENT WORTH H. PRICE, ACJA., Secretary. 21, HIGH-STREET, CARDIFF. 2153 THE MONMOUTHSHIRE AND JL SOUTH WALES PFRMANBNT BENEFIT BUILDINO SOCIRTY H JT. PARNALL, Esq., J.P., Chairman. RESERVE* CONTINGENT FUNDS £ 9,030 3s 7d. ADVANCES On .Freebold or Leasehold Securities. INVESTING OR PAID-UP SHARES (interest 5 per cent, per annum and holms). DEPOSIT SHARES £ 50 each (interest 4% per cent,, payable b(df'year fyv&nd'bon u s). DEPOSITS r ad-at-4 per cent, interest payable h.afe<ariy. F; 0>Hli\BYRNE, Secretary ^HEYBYRNE BROWf>, 1, Friars Chambers, Newport-; 1629 And 21, Wtest Bute-streeb Cardiff. (Education. CARDIFF. HARROW HOUSE, 221, NEWPORT- ROAD, CARDIFF. THE MISSES MARKS HAVE OPENED A KINDERGARTEN, WITH TRANSITION AND UPPER CLASSES. Certificated Froebel Mistress. A few Boarders can be received. Prospectus on application. 1251 The M sses MARKS are forming an open Juvenile Dancing Class. Saturdays, 3 to 5. Newest dances. Terms on application. Private lessons in Music, Drawing, snd Painting, J PORTHCAWL. IRTUCAWL LADIES' COLLEGE. JL STONELEIGH HOUSE, PPINCIPALS The FRAULEIN BRILL. Resident Certificated English and Foreign Gover- nesses and Visiting Masters. Stoneleigh stands in its own giounds, and is provided with every comfort-Tennis, Croquet, Golfing, Sea Bathing. Pupils prepared for Oxford and Cambridge higher locals and the Royal Academy of Music. Excep- tional advantages for acquiring Modern Languages and the study of Music. References to former pupils throughout the kingdom and. on the Continent. 5341 WANSEA. IRLS BOARDING AND DAY VJT SCHOOL, BELLEVUE, SWANSEA. Principals-The Misses PHILLIPS. Assisted by resident Certificated English and Foreign Governesses and Visiting Masters. Preparation for Local Examinations. The House is pleasantly situated in its own grounds on a hill, and overlooking the sea. 1297 CHEPSTOW. CHEPSTOW GRAMMAR SCHOOL.— Vy First-class work by London University men.. Beautiful place, in a fine country. Many years' reference to families. GEORGE DEWDNEY, B.A. 3328 CLAUDE DEWDNEY. B.A. CLEVEDON. R HORACE S. PENNINGTON, B.A. (Oxon), M.J.I, (late Classical Exhibitioner of his College), assisted by an Efficient Staff, receives a'' few Resident Pupils. Preparation for public schools. Army, Universities, and all examinations. Special facilities for colloquial French and German. Continen- tal vacation tours arranged. Individual tuition. A few Private Pupils received to coach for higher exams. Boys may enter this very High-class School at any time.—" Firwood," Clevedon (Somerset). 5077 KINGTON. ARROW HOUSE SCHOOL, KINGTON, HEREFORDSHIRE. The Course of Study includes a good English Education, with Lessons in French, Uennan, Draw- ing (three kinds), Music (practical and theoretical), Singing, and Vlohn. Good Examination successes for several years. Last year 30 Pupils were suc- .cessfnl at the various Local Exams., 6 gaining Honours. Liberal diet. Home comforts. Fees (inclusive) from 8% guineas per term. References from Clergy and Parents of present and past Pupils. Prin- cipal, E. SCHINDLER. Pupils can be. received at about halt f es if willing to assist an hour daily with little ones. 3793 GREAT T\UCK, SON, AND PINKER are now holding their GREAI ANNUAL SALE, consisting of upwards of 550 Pianos, CjALE Harmoniums, and Organs, which IO are offered at UNPRECEDENTED IO are offered at UNPRECEDENTED PRICES, either for CASH or EASY PA1MENTS. Intending purchasers OP should not fail to embrace this opportunity of obtaining a good instrument at a' NOMINAL PRICE. PIANOS Catalogues and full particulars t- ———— post free on application to DUCK, SON, AND PINKER, Aim THE GREAT PIANO STORES, ORGANS. BATH. 5295 A. E. P RICE, 8, PARK HALL BUILDINGS, NURSERYMAN, SEEDSMAN, FLORIST, AND FRUITERER. Wreaths Crosses, ridal Bouquets, and Presentation Baskets a Speciality. First Prizes at recent shows taken by bouquets,'dcc.,jnade by A. E. Price. Growing Ferns in pots, 15 for -2s 6d. Best quality Tobacco Paper, Is per lb. 1218 MERTHYR BRANCH OFFICE XvJL OF THE "SOUTH WALES DAILY NEWS: The MERTHYR BRANCH OFFICE of the I South Wales Daily News. South Wales Echo, and South Wales Weekly News is NOW OPEN at 49, GLEBELAND-STREET. fubü, Amustnttnts. CARDIFF. Ma not in mortals to command success, but well do more-deserve ili." THE E M P I R E. MAKA«IK«DIRECTOR .OSWALD StOLL TO-NIGHT. The Inimitable J) A N L B N 0, PREMIER COMEDIAN OF THE VARIETY STAGE. This universally popular Artiste will be supported by. The DAYTON FAMILY, from the London Empire; øTbe BROS. ALMAIO, from tha London Empire SADIE JEROME, from the Avenue Theatrop, London Miss KITTY NOLAN, EVALO and CO., The TWO AUBYNS, and THE CLEVER JEES In "The Musical Smithy." NEXT WREK:- The LUMIERE CINEMATOGRAPHE (The original, unsurpassed, unequalled). Under M. TREWEY, From the Empire, London, With a further Series of Pictures, Including "Tobogganing in Switzerland." ADVANCE BOOKING. Plan -on vieve 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. daily; Saturdays, 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Early Performance between 7 o'clock and 9 Late Performance between 9 o'clock and 11. PHIL HA R M O N I C HALL AND STOLL'S PANOPTICON, St. Mary-street. OPEN ALL DAY. ALDRIDGE'S PICTURE I THE CLOCK-EYED of the Tichborne Trial. LADY, f of the Tichborne Trial, LADY, Described and explained A remarkable freak! by the Tichborne Claimant A Scientific object lesson I Maze. Jungle. Phonograph. Trilby Cottage. Galatea. THE ELVIRAS, Phrenologists. SWANSEA. THE E M P I R E JL MANAGING DIRECTOR..OSWALD STOLL. TO-NIGHT. THE ORIGINA LUMIERE CINEMATOGRAPHB, Unsurpassed, Unequalled. Under Mons. Trewey. From the London Empire, with a Series of Now Pictures more complete and interesting than ever, including "TOBOGGANNING IN SWITZERLAND." "The Cinematographe and Artistes of the first magni- tude, headed by THE THREE KEZIAHS. NUT WREK.-The Jees in the Musical Smitby. NEWPORT. THE EMPIRE.* MANA«IN« DIRECTOR—OSWALD STOLL. TO-NIGHT. ALEC. HURLEY, the Coster par excellence. SABLE FERN, ATLAS and VULCANA, FRANK SKELEY, NANCY KETO, GEORGE KINGSTON, THE ROSSIGNOLS, AND SPRY and AUSTIN. NEXT WEEK.—Dayton Family, Athas and Collins, Quaglieni Troupe. liotels, lining-rooms, &r. LONDON G AYOY |_| OTEL A ND RESTAURANT, OVERLOOKING THE EMBANKMENT GARDENS, LONDON. BEDROOMS for one person from 7s 6d per day for two persons, from 12s. Attendance, Baths, and light flJSUITESCl,OFd'APARTMENTS, containing Sitting- room. Bedroom, Private Bathroom or Dressing-room and w.c., from 30s. larger suites at proportionatev prices. Attendance, Baths, and Light always included. LUNCHEON (Dejeuner a la Fourchette) is served in the Restaurant from 11 to 3, at the fixed price of 58" per htad. or a la Carte SAVOY DINNER (7s 6d) is served in the Salle a Manger trom 6 to 8.30, at separate tables, which can be booked in advance. TftK OPERA SUPPER is served in the Restaurant from 11 pan., at 5s per head. The Savoy Orchestra plays during dinner and supper. Managers} £ ECHENARD. 3684 Chef de Cuisine- MAITELE ESCOFFITIR, LIMPLEY STOKE. L I M P L E Y T 0 K E RESIDENT PHYSICIAN: TTvnon C. J. WHITBY, M.D. H TURKISH <& RUSSIAN BATHS, 14 Acres of Beautiful Grounds. NEAR CHARMINS SCENERY. TENNIS. New Billiard Room. Late Dinners, Terms From Two Guineas. A T H ADDRESS The MANAGERESS. 5118 IJLARKE AND RENDLE, c THE CASH DRAPERS, ARE N OW SELLING Portion of an ENGLISH MANUFAC- TURER'S STOCK of LADIES' < NEW WINTER JACKETS, BEAVER AND FRIEZE CLOTHS, m MYRTLE, FAWN, BROWN, AND BLACK, At the following Exbraordinary Prices 4111, 5/11. 6/11, 7/11, 8/11. 10/11, 12/11. 33 3 QARMENTS 1 IN ALL. C. & R.'a GREAT CHRISTMAS BAZAAR NOW OPEN. WONDERFUL ATTRACTIONS. CLARKE & RENDLE, THE CASH DRAPERS, 25, QUEEN STREET, /CARDIFF. V/ 5555 UGH D A V I E s s COUGH MIXTURE THE GREAT WELSH COUGK MIXTURE REMEDY. COUGH MIXTURE In 13%d and 2s 9d Bottles. COUGH MIXTURE Sold everywhere. COUGH MIXTURE COUGH MIXTURE No more Sleepless Nights. COUGH MIXTURE No more Distressing Coughs. COUGH MIXTURE No more Difficulty of Breathing. COUGH MIXTURE „ ——— COUGH MIXTURE DAVIES'S COUGH MIXTURE COUGH MIXTURE Gives Immediate Relief. COUGH MIXTURE Cures Coughs and Colds, COUGH MIXTURE Cures Bronchitis. COUGH MIXTURE Cures Whooping Cough. COUGH MIXTURE Cures Asthma. COUGH MIXTURE Cures Influenza. COUGH MIXTURE ——— COUGH MIXTURE Ml H. A. EVANS, Post Office, COUGH MIXTURE Trelech, says Manv in this COUGH MIXTURE part say that they have never COUGH MIXTURE used anything equal to Davies's COUGH MIXTURE Cough Mixture for Cough and COUGH MIXTURE Bronchitis." COUGH MIXTURE Rev E. W. Davies, Pentre, says COUGH MIXTURE he has derired benefit as a public COUGH MIXTURE speaker, and that it is the popular CCUGH MIXTURE cure for Influenza. COUGH MIXTURE D. Jenkins, Esq., Mus. Bac., 1XTURE recommends it to Singers. SiJUSK Dr. Rains, M.D., Manchester, COUGH MIXTURE says Extremely serviceable, COUGH MIXTURE giving great relief and comfort." COUGH MIXTURE Sweet as Honey. COUGH MIXTURE Warms the Chest. COUGH MIXTURE Soothes the Throat. COUGH MIXTURE Relieves the Phlegm. COUGH MIXTURE Clears the Voice. COUGH MIXTURE One dose will relieve. COUGH MIXTURE One bottle will cure. COUGH MIXTURE SST See that the Trade Mark is COUGH MIXTURE! on the wrapper—Peswch. PROPRIETOR— inr UGH D A VIES, CHEMIST, MACHYNLLETH. 5067 BUY THE CARDIFF TIMES So SOUTH WALES WEEKLY NEWS.—ONE PENNY. $5usiiuss )bbU55t5. 'l; CHBISHJAS, 1896. HOWELL AND QOMTAjn ARE NOW MAKING A QRAND SHOW OtJ FANCY QOOD8 SUITABLE FOR CHRISTMAS JpF-ESENTS, THE SHOW IS IN THEIR CARPBf ROOM, TF.INITY.BTB."T. H. and Co. invite special attention to their immense Sbock of NEW and MOST VALUABLE TOYS. etc., ello- The NEWEST BOOKS and NOVELS. CHRISTMAS CARDS at Wholesale Prices. HOWELL and CO. hold an immense Stock of DRAPERY GOODS suitable for Clothing Clubs.and Charities. H. & CO. are also selling a very Grand Parcel of LADIES' MANTLES, CAPES, BLACK AND COLOURED JACKETS, COSTUMES, SKIRTS AND SHAWLS, at Makers' Prices.. JJOWRM & COMPAN THE £ JARDIFF JJRAPEBS, CARDIFF 2891 11. —1^—iWwli^aWBlBWM——— I JMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT BERRY AND CO.-B QRAND CHRISTMAS JgAZAAE -N OW OPEN. TEN THOUSAND USEFUL AND FANOf ARTICLES, SUITABLE FOR CHRISTMAS PRESENTS AND NBW YEAR'S GIFTS, From all the Leading London and Continent* Markets at PRICES LOWER THAN EVER. CHRISTMAS CARDS. GIGANTIC ASSORTMENT. SPECIAL SHOW OF FURNITURE, BEDSTEADS, GLASS, CHINA, CUTLERY, AND ELECTRO PLATE, AT BERRY AND CO,'S WELL-KNOWN POPULAR PRICES. 34, QUEEN. STREET, CARDT". 5589 12e PIANOS AND ORGANS. fJIHOMPSON & gHACKKLL (Ltd). The Finest Display of Musical Instruments ever shows in the Principality. ESTEY ORGANS. Newest Styles. NEUMEYER PIANOS, Latest Models, BRINSMEAD PIANOS. Improved designs. KIRKMAN PIANOS. Inlaid Panels. COLLARD PIANOS. Exquisite Finish, LIBERAL DISCOUNT FOR CASH. DELIVERED FREE. OLD PIANOS TAKEN IN EXCHANGE. All Instruments Supplied on New Hire System ft* desired, without Extra Charge, from 10s Monthly. Beautifully Illustrated Catalogue Free by Poet on application to Cardiff, Swansea, ivferthyr, or any of the Company's numerous Branches. SCHOOL BOARD MODEL PIANOS (As Supplied Cardiff and Barry School Boards) ONLY 19 GUINEAS CASH. Usual Price 30 Guineas. 1,200 INSTRUMENTS SOLD YEARLY. SATIS. FACTION GUARANTEED. I Send for Price List. Send for Price List. LIST OF ADDRESSES. CARDIFF Queen's Music Warehouse, Quec •; street BRISTOL W2, Newfoundla. d-road. SWANSEA — 32, Castle-street NEWPORT Commercial-street6 GLOUCESTER 146, Westgate-streoc. MERTHYR 118, High-street. PONTYPRIDD Taff-street. LLANELLY — — ,60, Stepney-street. RHONDDA 81, Tylaeelyn-road, Penygraie. BRIDGEND 1, Wyndham-streci. FERNDALE 57, Strand. BARRY DOCK Holton-road. With Agents in most of the Towns and Villages ia the Principality. 1047 ONE BOX OF CLARKE'S B 41 PILLS N- is warranted to cure Gravel, Pains in the Back, and all kindred complaints. Guaranteed free from Mercury. Sold in Boxes 4s 6d each, by all ChemihU and Pa Cent Medicine Vendors throughout the world or sent to any address for sixty stamps by the Makers The Lincoln and Midland Counties Drug Company Lincoln. IOCS