CARMARTHEN JOURNAL, JUNE 13, 1913 SWANSEA MERCANTILE CO., Ltd., Of 18, PARK STREET, SWANSEA, Make Cash Advances from £ 10 to < £ 1,000 Commercial Gentlemen, Tradesmen, Farmers imd Respectable Householders on their own Note of Hand, at a low rate of Interest. STRICTLY PRIVATE. CONFIDENTIAL. for further particulars, apply B. JONES, 18, Park Street, Swansea
IS YOUR HOUSE TOO LARGE for your own requirements? Why f c vacant rooms "eat towards tot. upkeep of the whole establishment T A small advertise- ment In our Apartments" oolumn would oost very little, and Is almost sure to sateh the eye of someone on the look out for the aeoomtMdation you ean give. Send a Postcard to the Manager, THE JOURNAL, CARMARTHEN
NOTICE TO ADVERTISERS. The scale of charges for prepaid advertisements in the CARMARTHEN JOCSNAL under the olwset of Situations Vacant, Sale by Private Contract, to be Let or Sold, Apartments, Loet and Found, and Miscellaneous, will in future be at TELEGRAM RATE, One Three Si* insertion. insertions- insertions. 11 0 6 1 0 J is •» 09 i a 14 10 2 0 J J jo 1 s j } >6 16 3 0 4 ■ 41 1 8 8 6 •" HEN-SERVANTS, HOUSEMAIDS, COOKS, &o., °° "'SEEKING' FOR SITUATIONS, ^"M'VOEDS FOR SIXPENCE. All orders for advertisements must bear the name tod address of the advertiser, and must accom- panied by remittances to cover the oost, either in HALFPENNY Stamps or Money Order. The Publishers do not guarantee the insertion of an advertisement in any specified issue, or at all, and will not be liable for any loss occasioned by the failure of an advertisement to appear in any speci- led issue, or at all. They also reserve the right to refuse insertion of any advertisement. Whilst great pains are taken to secure accuracy, the Publishers would impress upon advertisere the Sid for legible writing. In any c«e they only Insert advertisements upon the condition that they do not accept responsibility for inaccuracies, nor for any ooiu»e<iuences arising therefrom. Advertisements of the prepaid class are received op to the first post on Thursday morning for inser- tion in that week's issue. h 8. King Street, London Offioes, Carmarthen. 28. Shoe Lane, B.C. Hdant eft. Whoa r»olyingr to advertisements please rnention 11 Carmarthen Journal." THERE is a Vacaney for a Girl Pupil to learn Shorthand, Typewriting, Book-keeping, Sc., at the JOURNAL Office. App icarrts must have had good grounding at an Intermediate SchooL-Apply, Manager. (1892p TO TEA MERCHANTS and GROCERS, Tea lead wanted.—Apply, with price, L-, JOURNAL Office Carmarthen WANTED, for Australia immediately, laige number of experienced Farm workers for approved situations. Assisted passages granted, special cheap rates. Similar men wanted for Canada. Fully advanced fares for domestios. Hun- dreds flatisfactoriVy placed. Testimonials on every mail. Apply (mentioning this paper), W. W. BELL & Co., Emigration Specialists, 7, New Bond Street, BATH. Branches at London, Oxiord, Worcester, Yeovil, etc. (1334P WANTED, a Farm Servant Girl, age not under 18.—Apply, Thomas, Danyquarry, Pontyates, Kidwefll^. (1559p ABTNET MAKERS Wanted.—Apply to Reea Jones, Cabinet Maker, Ammanford. (1567p APPRENTICE. David Evans, Bradford House, A Stepney Street, Llanelly, requires Youth as Apprentice to General Drapery and Furnishing Trades. (1571p ENERAL Servant Wanted, able to do plain Vy cooking, and with good references; small family.—Mrs. Bo wen Jones, 210, Eaton-crescent, Swansea. (1587p WANTED, strong Lad, 16 to 18, for Garden, make himself generally useful; live in; good home.-Apply, Davies and Son, Furnace Gardens, Carmarthen. (1590p WANTED by a Farmer's daughter, Situation in a Farm House, or a Private House.— Apply, M. Evans, Ffynon Farm, Crymmych Arms, Pem. (1589p WANTED, a Young Man, 18 to 20, for Farm Work; used to Sheep and Cattle; live jn, a good home for a suitable person. Also Girl, 18 to 20; small family.-Apply, Richards, Village Farm, St. Donats, Llantwit Major, Cardiff. (1583p GENERAL Servant Wanted immediately; good G wazes.-Apply, Mrs. Soady, Greyhound Inn, Uannon, Llanelly. (1593p WANTED, Handy Man for Repairing Old Furniture; state age and expenence.-D. Williams, Old Curiosity Shop, Carmarthen. (1675 ANTED two General Servants; one able Vj to milk and do plain cooking; must have -reference.—Mrs. Morgan, Tynewydd, Treherbert, Glim. <1692 ANTED.-D. Phillips & Co., Cloth Hall, W Myrthyr Tydfil, have Vacancies for Two Smart Young men as Apprentices to General Drapery; Welsh; live out; age, 15 to 18 years. Also Young Man and Young Lady Improver. (1596p WANTED a Servant Boy, 18 to 25. Apply, D. Evans, Glan-g-wili, Bronwydd Ar™8j97p 4-4 ROCERY. Wanted strong Junior; also G Haulier; must be accustomed to driving. Apply, with full particulars in first letter, to John Lewis, 12, Milll Street, Aberdare. (1599p r ANTED, Swansea .and Nantgarw China. VV Send particulars and price to Box 68, Post Office, Cardiff. (1602p WANTED, a good, strong Boy, from 18 to 20, for Farm Work. Good home and good wages to a suitable boy.-Apply, G. LI., JOURNAL Office, Carmarthen. (louap A GENERAL Girl Wanted immediately. A Good. wages.-Apply, Mrs. A. M. Morgan, Incline Inn, Pontiienry, Llanelly- (1607p WANTED, Experienced General; small family.—Apply, Jones, C.aremont Villa, Wellfield Road, Carmarthen. (lbllp I HEMIST & DRUGGIST.—D. King Morgan, oc Kinc Street, Carmarthen, haa a Vacancy for an Outdoor Apprentice. (1614p -\TTt \NTED by the Boncath Poultry Society, W an active young Man to lamp test, grade, and pack Egg, and make himself generally useful. Apply, with references, stating wages required, in own handwriting, to Jones, Secretary, on or before '21st June, 1913. (1711 fro ilet. LLWYNPARTRIDGE INN, CAPEL ISAAC. NEAR LLANDILO. T O LET, with immediate possession, the above old-established, commodious, free, and fully licensed Public-house and Premises, with a large ;paddock usually held therewith. This offers a splendid opportunity for the opening of a Smith's Forge in the premises attacned to the house, the neighbourhood affording an excellent opening for such an industry. To a suitable tenant, the above would be let at -3, strictly moderate rent. For further particulars, apply to T. H. POWELL, 1665) Llandilo. zro Zet VALE OF TOWY—TO LET or FOR SALE, 8-roomed Freehold House, Large Garden, and Fruit Trees, close to station.—Apply, Morgan, Coedmawr, Manordilo. (1582p TO LET, with immediate possession, Old-estab- lished Refreshment House, 35, BLUE STREET, Carmarthen.—Further particulars may be obtained of John Francis and Son, Carmarthen. HOUSE to Let, 15, UNION STREET, Carmar- then.—Apply, Miss Jones, 2, Queen Street, Carmarthen. (1346p jfor Sale PEAT MOSS LITTER, lowest prioes, delivered any station in Great Britain.—Charles Picken, Merchant, Wolverhampton. (1317p ASIC SLAG, all grades, also Kainit, Salt, &c., delivered any station in England and Wales. —Charles Picken, Merchant, Wolverhampton. <1316p WALLPAPERS FROM lid. PER ROLL- Any quantity, large or small, WHOLESALE PRICES. Stock exceeds 250.000 rolls, all classes. Write for patterns, stating class required. (Dept. 113) BARNETT WALLPAPER Co., Ltd., Knott Mill. MANCHESTER. (1365p FOR SAL15 Trout Rod by lea ling maker, 10ft., upright snake rings, patei t fastening; first rate condition: with reel complete; 27s. 6f1.; bar- gain.R. JOURNAL Office, Carmarthen. (1451 FOR SALE, a Rick of well-harvested Seed and Clover Hay, about 10 tons.—Apply, Mr. Henry Jones, Auctioneer, or William Jones, Pen- graigwen, Llandyssul. FOR SALE, Rick of Hay, 5 or 6 Tons; excellent condition.—Apply, Jones, Blaenduad, Con- wil-Elvet. (1610p FOR SALE, the CEFN FARM, Brilley, Here- fordshire, about 249 acres, with good house, buildings, and cottages. The property is on a good road between the Market towns of Hay and Kington. For particulars apply to Messrs. Stuart and Tull, Solicitors, 6, Gray's Inn Square, London, W.C., or to Messrs. Stooke and Son, Land Agents, Surveyors and Auctioneers, Hereford. (1613p LLANDILO CHEESE FACTORY. Any L Quantity of Cheese for Sale. Best quality Cheddar and other varieties. Early inspection in- vited. Accommodation Milk and Cream. 1612p ENSIGN Camera, i plate, folds flat, shop soiled only, never been used, rare bargain; original price four guineas; will sell for 35s.— "Camera," JOURNAL Office, Carmarthen. (1560p FLOWERS FOR SUMMER AND AUTUMN.- Jf 30,000 strong hardened Plants of Begonias, Geraniums, Lobelias, Petunias, Calceolarias, Stocks, Asters, etc., etc. Lists Free.—HARRY COYSH, Florist, Carmarthen. (1562p FOR SALE*, Country Weaver's Workshop, Machinery, 2 Hand Looms, Fly, &c., &c- Will sell cheap.-Appl-v, J. M. D. JOURNAL Office, Carmarthen. AVERY'S GOVERNESS CARS, RALLI TRAPS. Light, Smart, Easy Running. Best on Market. Wears a lifetime. Largest makers in South Wales. Established over 50 years. Over 30 new ready; immediate delivery. Rubber Tyres and without. All sizes and prices. Genuine Cash Bargains. Inspection invited. -Avery's, Coach- builders, Dock Street, Newport, Mon. (1327p TO COAL MERCHANTS, &c.— For Coal Bags apply Owen Bros., Merchants, Gowerton. Also Buyers of Old Iron. (1579p VISITING CARDS.—Ladies' size—Plain, 1/6; Gilt-edged, 1/9 for 50. Gent.'s size—Plain or Gilt-edged, 1/6 for 60 post free. Cash with order.—JOURNAL Office, Carmarthen. Orders must be for 50 or more. FOR SALE, Two Spaniel Puppies; good strain. Evans, Aberhalen, Newcastle-Emlyn. (1672 ICYCLES.-DIRECT FROM FACTORY.- Save money, get better value and easier terms. WARWICK CYCLES, 20 years' reputation. British throughout. Cash £3 19s. 6d. Easy terms, 8s. monthly. Three-speed Models, £4 19s. 6d. Honest reliable machines. Fully guaranteed. Ap. proval. Delivered free. We don't apend thousands of pounds in advertising, but give the money to our customers. Send for Catalogue and special offer. WARWICK CYCLE Co. (Dept. C.), Birmingham. (1575p LADIES READ THIS! Advice free for stamp, Mrs. E. Stewart's Famous Female Remedy, never fails.—Address, 9, Guinea Street, Bristol. (1472 ■fj A rpO —A Ratcatcher killed 435 Rats with '"Rodine" Rat Poison.. A farmer got 315. A gamekeeper got thousands. Certain death. No escape. A chemical marveL 6d., Is., 29., 3s., 5s.; post 2d.-HARLEY, Chemist, Perth. Agents:—W. Lloyd Chemist Carmarthen; D. M. Davies, Cnemist, Llandilo; J. Nicholas, Drug Stores, Llandovery; J. J. Davies, Llany- byther; D. Rogers, Chemist, St. Clears; D. J. Lewis, Llandebie. WE offer you value in WEDDING CARDS.— Prices from 2/3 per dozen, 60 for 5/9, or vr Prices from 2/3 per dozen, 60 for 5/9, or 100 for 9/ including Envelopes to match. Inspec- tion invited. -JOUFMAL Offioe, Carmarthen. FOR SALE, Bookbinder's Wire Stitching Machine; also Three-figure Numbering Machine; both in good condition; can be seen.— Apply, S.N., JOURNAL Office, Carmarthen. WALL PAPERS. Pattern Books post free on application. May we send you one of our NEW 1913 pattern books (which you need not return). Our Patterns this year ARE BETTER THAN EVER, and our Prices as usual-THE LOWEST ALWAYS. Agents for the famous HALL'S DISTEMPER. Note Address- A. RUBENSTEIN, 24 and 25, Gower Street, Tel.: 67 Docks. SWANSEA. (1623 FLEAS, MOTHS, LICE, BUGS, BLACK- BEETLES, and all other insects speedily exterminated by using HARRIfcON'S CIMO. BANE, the New Insect Killer. Harmless to animals. In tins, 3d., 6d., and Is.; post Id.— I HARRISON, Chemist, Reading. Sold by Chemists. Agent for Llandilo: D. M. DAVIES, Chemist. (1605p SHORTHORN CALVES TRONG healthy Calves are seat carriage ,aid upon lots of two or more to any station 4h jour district. Bred from large-framed Shorthorn sires and dams. Full of hair and bone- Undoubtedly the best obtainable. No fancy prices. For price list and book of testimonials, apply Fred B. Gill, High gate, Whitchurch, Salop. — Q HORTHORN Calves for Rearing, from Deep- milking Cheshire Dairy Cows by Pure-bred Bulls; quotation to any Station; no fancy prices; correspondence a pleasure.—Frank Dobie. Littleton, Chester. (1522p jfor Sale WE can provide you with WEDDING INVI- VV TATION CARDS at 2/9 per dozen, 50 for 6/9, or 100 for 11/ Envelopes to match stamped with silver Initial are included in these prices. 10st anfc jfounfc LOST, 2 Lambs and 2 Sheep. Information toj James Thomas, Butcher, Five Roads, Llai elly. (1584p LOST, Saturday, May 24th, at Carmarthen, be tween Market and Station Lady's Silver Watch. Finder rewarded.—Jones, Bryntalog, Pen- Watch. Finder rewarded.—Jones, Bryntalog, Pen- eader. (1588p I Habere to Ztag Ut. A BERYSTWYTH.-Cliff View Boarding Estab- -A lishment and Private Apartments, facing sea; terms moderate; near the golf links. For tariff apply Mrs. Edgar Atwood. (1549p VISITORS TO LONDON.—Bed and Breakfast from 2s. 6d. 32 Bus from Paddington pass door, Id. Special terms students.—Evans, Llanelly House, 38, Elgin Crescent, North Kensington. (1548p linaticiat IMMEDIATE LOANS IMMEDIATE LOANS THE OLD-ESTABLISHED London & Provinces Discount Co.. Ltd., continues to LEND immense sums daily from £ io to £5000, on Note of Hand alone or other security. Moderate Interest. Easy Instalments. Special rates for short periods. NO PRELIMINARY CHARGES WHATEVER, Largest and most honourabiy conducted business in the Kingdom Thousands of our regular customers have expressed their entire satisfaction in repeated transactions with us. A gentleman will wait upon you at once with Cash. Call or write (in confidence) to Manager, Mr. HARPFR, 48, STOKES CROFT, BRISTOL, or to Local Agent- MR. BOURNE, 1, Willows Place, Swansea. SEVERAL large and small Sums to be Invested s on Mortgage Securities on Freehold and Leasehold Properties at low percentage. -Appjy. F. E. Tunbridge, 8. Northampton Place, wansa. (1601-1 icbucatimt HIGH SCHOOL FOR GIRLS. CARMARTHEN. President of the Council: THE LORD BISHOP OF ST. DAVID'S, Lady Principal: MISS A. F. CLARK, B.A., London University. HE School give an Excellent Education OL JL very Moderate Terms. Admirable Accommodation for Boarders. Pupila prepared for LONDON MATRICULA- TION and other Pnblio Exanndnations. Boys 8JI well as girls can be received in the Pre, paratory Claw and the KINDERGARTLH DE- PARTMENT. The Term began Wednesday, April 16th. For full particulars, apply to the Lady Pr CARMARTHEN COUNTY SCHOOLS. THE GRAMMAR SCHOOL. HJlADIIABTBB-E. S. ALLEN, M.A. (Cantab). COUNTY GIRLS' SCHOOL: HEADMISTRESS-MISS B. A. HOLME. M.A. Late Open Scholar of Girton College, Cambridge Fees, £1 9s. per term..Reduction when there aro two or more children from the same family. The Term began April 30th. Boarders can be received at both Schools ROYAL ACADEMY OF MUSIC, York Gato, Marylebone Road, London, N.W. Instituted 1822. Incorporated by Royal Charter 1830. The METROPOLITAN EXAMINATION of cessful candidates are created L;oentiates of ÛlO Musical Composers, Performers and Teachers. Sue- Royal Academy of Music, and have the sole right of appending the letters L.R.A.M. to their DI.S, The Examinations are held during the summer and Christmas Vacations. Last day for entry for the September Examination, 30th June, 1913. Syllabus, Entry Form, and all further informa- tion may be obtained on application to T. S. PUDDICOMBE, 102, Lammas Street, Cartnarthen, Honorary Local Representative; or to F. W. RENAUT, Secretary. (1702 LLANYBYTHER GRAMMAR SCHOOL. MR. STEPHENS, B.A., Inter. B Sc., Lond., assisted by trained certificated: Mistress, will, during summer vacation, prepare candidates for the September and other examinations. (1604p W. S. MORRIS, WHOLESALE CROCER, CORN. FLOUR, A SEED MERCHANT 25, BRIDGE STREET, CARMARTHEN. Nat TelepboDe. 60. Telegrams, "Morris, IforcbaDt Carmarthen. SEND FOR PRICE LIST. QABMARTHEN gILLPOSTINQ CO. STAFFORD HOUSE, NOTT. SQUARE, CARMARTHEN. ILLPOSTING and Advertising ia all ita. Branches throughout Counties of marthMi. Pembroke, and Cardigan. (Please note change of address). t JAMES JONES & SONS, BILLPOSTERS, x KIDWELLY. Billposting executed throughout the neighbouring Villages and Gwen-, draeth Valley. is- READ THIS TO THE INHABITANTS OF LLANDOVERY, PUMPSAINT, LLANWRDA, LLANSADWRN, LLANGADOCK, & IMMEDIATE DISTRICTS. jyjESSRS. A. 0WEN & C°- (The Renowned Bankrupt Stock Dealers), Are now paying a visit to these districts with a Large Bankrupt Stock of DRAPERY which has only to be seen. and buyers are tempted. The Goods consist of Welsh Cloths, Flannels, Blankets, Sheets, Quilts, Carriage. Rugs, Dress Materials, Skirts, Biouses, Petticoats, Ladies' Costumes, Gentlemen's Suitings, etc., etc. It may be mentioned that this is the first visit of Messrs. E. A. Owen and Co., and intending customers should avail themselves of the great opportunity of J inspecting the Goods when one of their conveyances will call round. The above Company have got an extensive con- nection throughout West Wales. (1667 ART IN PORTRAITURE. Like all other arts the art of the photo- grapher is ever improving. People who receive many photographs from friends cannot help observing how much more distinctive some are than others. They stand, as it were, in a class by them- selves. MR. GEORGE WEAKS THE STUDIO, 121 LAMMAS STREET, Is very successful in making these Portraits of Distinction." A visit to the Studio will be greatly appreciated BUY YOUR HOUSE COAL In truck load lots direct from the Colliery. Write to— W'. L AUGHARNE MORGAN & CO. 10, YORK STREET. SWANSEA, For4prices including delivery at your nearest railway station. 1 Best Cannock Chase Staffordshire House Coal in quantities of 4 tons and upwards. ) Best Welsh, House, Steam, or Anthracite Coal in quantities of 8 tons and upwards. HALF MOUN HOTEL, (FAMILY & COMMERCIAL), CARMARTHEN. Best ORDINARY in the town on Saturday and Fair Days, from 12 to 2 p.m., at a moderate price. A trial will cgnvinze. Best of Wines, Spirits, and Mineral Waters. Bass and Allsopps' Beer, drawn from the wood. Teas provided. Parties catered for. Proprietress—M. A. ASKIN. The Query in Drink ? • THE UNRIVALLED :B,O ..a.. ORIENTAL TONIC. A Bracing, Sustaining and Refreshing Drink, useful for Travellers, Cyclists, Footballers, and the Public generally as a stimulating Non-Alooholio Beverage. If your Merchant does not stock it, write or call, Sole Bottling Agency: The HAYDN Mineral Water, 00., CARMARTHEN. LADIES! Have you seen the excellent Assortment of Handbags at 20, KING STREET of aristocratic appearance, tasteful design, and of any desired colour. ——— CALL AND INSPECT THEM. A COMPANION FOR A COUNTRY WALK. Step's Wayside and Woodland Flowers, 2 vols., 6/- each. Wayside and Woodland Trees, 6/- Wayside and Woodland Ferns, 6/- Butterflies of the British Isles, 6/- John's Flowers of the Field, 6/- Birds of Britain, by J. L. Bonhote contains 100 Coloured Plates (Pub. 20/-) for 7/6d. lJ. WILLIAMS, THE SOUTH WALES BOOK DEPOT, 19 & 20, KING ST., CARMARTHEN. GAS is about the only thing in these days that has gone down in price. Coal has gone up, and is likely to rise still further. Why, therefore, do you • not heat the water in your kitchen range with a gas water heater (not a geyser), and use a gas cooker, and thus avoid the use of coal, at any rate in the summer? Night or day, winter or summer, a Gas Water Heater will give you the comfort of really hot water for the bath and the kitchen without the least trouble, and at small cost. In these days of scarcity of servants this is a great boon. —————i—————^L ELECTRIC LIGHT FOR COMFORT, HEALTHINESS AND CONVENIENCE. You touch the Switch, we do the Lighting. NO Matches, NO Dust, NO Fumes, NO Worry. The more you know about Electric Light the more you will appreciate its advantages. BEFORE SPRING CLEANING don't hesitate to send for particulars to the MANAGER, Electricity Works, Carmarthen. } From an original Photograph of a few of our Harvesting Machines. vxwwmir- ■— — I 7 w7 TI4.WILUAMS CASTLF- I-LAN4D t I- t:: Sole Agent for all the Leading English American makes. CALL AND INSPECT AND COMPARE PRICES. WE ARE OFFERING THE BEST TERMS IN THE PRINCIPALITY. NOTE ADDRESS— T* M. WILLIAMS RHOSMAEN STREET, LLANDILO. The Carmarthen Automobile and Posting Company. THE CENTRAL GARAGE, NOTT SQUARE. POSTING IN ALL ITS BRANCHES. MOTOR CARS OF ANY DESCRIPTION FOR HIRE. This Garage is situated in the most central position, only one minute's walk from the Station, close to Post Office, and in the very centre of the Banks and Public Offices, occupying as it does the most central position in the most important Square of the Town. FIRST-CLASS MECHANICS EMPLOYED TO EXECUTE REPAIRS. Local Agent for the Napier Cars. Second-hand Cars Bought or Sold on Commission Orders also taken at Ivy Bush Royal Hotel, and at Farmers' Arms, Water Street. Telegraphic Address—AUTOMOBILE, CARMARTHEN. Telephone—Ivy Bush Royal Hotel, No. 38 Central Garage, 13a; Farmers' Arms, No. 13 Manager—J. THOMAS. — Sole Agent for the iiiWMWMk County of Carnlarthen for Sunbeam, Rover, and Belsize Motor Cars All of epairs executed on these Premises. Agerit for FORD CARS. I £ .OA TT 13 A number of Cars xO A always for hire. D BRADBURY JONES & Co., WEST WALES GARAGE, CARMARTHEN. THE TOWY-TEIFY HAYMAKER. I t It's not often a big firm brings anything new specially made for Wales. Messrs. W. N. Nicholsons and Sons, of Newark, are putting on the market for the first time the above machine to the design of A. E. Harries, Llandilo. Although I say so there has never been a machine built so suitable for the hilly districts of the three counties like this. If you have a friend an engineer or a mechanic ask him to inspect. this new machine, and I feel sure his verdict will convince you at once that this is the article for you. Strong, light and within the reach of all. Do not buy anything at any price till you see this. I SOLE AGENT- A. E. HARRIES IRONMONGER, LLANDILO I, PIANO BUYERS ARE INVITED to mak" i selection from the immense stock held by THOM 'SON & SHACKELL, Ltd. 24, QU-N-ST., & 23, ST. MARY-ST., CARDIFF, &c., &c., Pioneers of the Hire System in Wales. Customers arje not confined to any particular make, but may choose from THE WORLD'S GREATEST PIANO MANUFACTURERS. T. & S. hold the Sole Agency at Cardiff for the Celebrated Brins- 0 mead Pianos, and for Ernst, Kaps, Dresden, Neumayer, Berlin, and the Estey Organs, while at their numerous Branches they stock instruments by the above makers, as well as Bechstein, Broadwood, Collard & Collard, Hopkinson, Challen, Cramer, Ibach. Squire, Erard, I and, in fact, every maker of repute. Our Terms for Cash are low. Our Hire System is equitable. I Beautifully Illustrated and Descriptive Catalogue sent on appli- cation with full particulars of a splendid Selection of Second-hand Pianos and Organs returned from hire and taken in exchange- now offered at Bargain Prices. Experienced Tuners sent on receipt of Post-card.