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LEMON'S NEW PATENT Chaff Cutters Should be seen by all Buyers before purchasing any other. No Jointed Spindles, no complicated parts, one quarter of the gearing, twice the strength, takes less power, impofasible to choke, and sold at the turns prices as old complicated machines. A large stock of Secoiid-hand Chaff Cotters, very cheap. Portable and Vertical Engins, New and Second-hand, and very Impliment and Jlachine in the Market. T. LEMON & SONS The Hayes Engineering Works, CARDIFF. w. H. /é_ KEY, -In A" lm=w a& »tW,TtfStaet VB' POITTPEIDD P V .t i>. its 1..4Wt UJ t: J: h:l: Xrl i. u NEW SEASON'S T ■■ i s I ■ FLOWER AND GARDEN < SEEDS. » W. H. KEY Begs to inform his numerous friends and patrons that he has received his NEW STOCK of the above Seeds from the leading growers of the day Detailed Catalogues will be readg shortly. The Old Established Seed I arehouse 89 & 90, TAFF STREET, FO N TYPRIDD. MflkSTEXlS <& COMPAWS. 29 & 30, St. Mary Street, CARDIFF, DEAR SIR, We have pleasure in intimating that our arrange- ments for the Spring and Summer are now complete. The large and varied Stock which we hold consists of a choice selection from the products of the first English, Scotch, and Irish Manufacturers, bought exclusively upon Cash Terms, thus placing us in a position to compete, as re- gards value, with any and every house in the trade, We have secured the services of Cutters of acknowledged ability and taste, and are confident that the goods turned out will give the utmost satisfaction. It is an indisputed fact that for many years we have stood pre- eminent for choice, assortment, fit, and superior make. Owing to the extraordinary development of this department of our business it became absolutely necessary tor us to erect New Workrooms, which have cubical content* of 50,429 cubic feet, and have been pronounced by competent authorities the largest, best lighted, and best ventilated in or out of London devoted solely to Bespoke orders. This will preclude, so far as arrangements can, ci possibility of spreading infectious diseases, it being well known that most Tailors, though they may have workrooms, yet give out hun- dreds ot garments to be made at the houses of their work people, and it ielfeared that due care is not exercised to ascer- tain that the Goods are not taken into the lower slums of large towns. We assure our friends that all garments ordered t ,v r~« from us are made wholly in our Workrooms at Cardiff, o Swr We regret the inconvenience caused to our numerous Customers through the delay in the execution of orders in the past, the demand increased to such an extent that we weft obliged to decline several ord. we could not eieouteio time required-, but such are our present facilities that we are enabledtoeum punctuality, and tin out ever a thousand garments per week. 7 1 Always at your commands, v We we, Dear Sir, Tekr obedient Servants, .h 1 <-t jA u.tj r rl (I "I ;J 3X1=J MASTERS -A- -N-COMPANY- q c- Eiii THE CARDIFF CLOTHIERS, ¥ P.S.—Ranges of Paterns at our Branch, ( 'c 8 0, TAFF STREBUv, PONTYPRIDD. .w .of JOHN JAMES & COMPANY. Sk 28. 29, <&: 30, HIGH STIMSIBT, C^RDIITir We are now Showing a full range of SPUING AND SUMMER NOVELTIES In the following Departments IT "VT DRESS ICS In Plain Colours, Checks, and the Fashionable Stripes-This Department is one of our Specialities Patterns Post Free.—Beautiful Variety in Single and Double Widths. The Largest and Choicest Assortment OF FRENCH AND ENGLISH MILLINERY Out of London. — f Jln MODELS IN JACKETS, MANTLES. AND COSTUMES i t For Ladilfc, Misses, and Children. LACE STRIPES, WASHING MPHTRS.—ALSO A LARGE VARIETY O. PBIIJTS, SA-TEENS. DRILLS, O. tt.Lr-r-n- NEW DESIGNS IN LACE, AND GUIPURE D'ART LONG CURTAINS. SPECIAL LINES- Long lace Curtains, Taped Border (7 yards), Pattens Specially Designed for J.J. & Co., at 4s lift per pair, A WONDERFUL CURTAIN FIT FOR ANY MANSION. OUR WBLL-KNOWN BANGE OF PRINTED WASHING ZEPHYRS AND DRILLS i At 4rtid per yard, Fast Colours, New Patterns. JSISS & MANTLE MAKERS on THE PREMISES SYSTEM OF BUSINESS-Bvmy Article marked in Plain JfigvreejtfJh* Lowest Price* for Beady Money. Any Article bought and net\[approved of Exchanged or money ratumed. I JOHN JAMES & Co. t j THE NOTED HOUSE FOR FASHIONABLE GOODS THE BEST ARTICLES AT THE LOWEST PRICES. iniO <• T>f!< • ¡: r-:r".< W .0 CiI .P ¡ pEARS' gOAP pEARS' COAP pE \RS' SOAP pEARS' gOAP pEARS' COAP pEARS' gOAP pEARS' gOAP pEARS' gOAP pEARS' gOAP pEABS' COAP pEARS' gOAP pBABS' COAP pEARS' gOAP I pEAR8' gOAP pEARS' OOAP 1 pEARS* gOAP ) PUREI FRAGRANT" REFRESHING I S For TOILET & NURSERY., EXHIBITION HONOURS, ) Fifteen International Awar-dsfot- absolute Purity and absent* qf Artificial Colouring. • » Fair white hands Bright clear complexion Soft healthful skin. PEARS" SOAP) Is BpeaaUx-pzepared for the ddi* cate skin-of laaiet and children and ethers sensitive to the wea- ther, and summer. Prtw vents Bedaess, Roughness, utd Chapping. ) I ADELINA PATTI writes, "I have found PEARS' SOAP Tltltrhlwi for the HaDd. mrtA Complexion." (Signerl) A&runa Pattu MRS. LANOTRT writes r—: "I have much pleasure in I have need PBABW 9QAF far sont time, and prefer it to any oCIaer. H (Signed) Ln.ua rAwoww..L PEARS* OOAP-Tàbleta 11..) 1/6, and iI6. The M Tablet It perfumed with Otto ot BOM, A smaller Tablet^unsoented) is nU at 6d., but insist on havinr Pears* as vileljr-in j urioui imitatiaas ars often substituted for extra gain. Makers hg Sptaud Appointment >o f N.R.H. Th: Prince of W I FOR TIll BEBr Weekly Liberal Paper BRE THB "CHRONIOL&P )\ONGERY v \)\ .(l '/tb CROSSBROTHERS FURNISHING h 0BNBBAL IRONMONGERS 0 SEEDSMEN, &c. 10: First Class Goods at Lowest Priees, PONTYPRIDD BOOSE PROPERTY I A" INVESTMENT COMPANY, LIMITED. OLD fa POST OFFICE CHAMBIM PONTYPRIDD. DlRECTOBS- MB JAMES ROBERTS, Tag Yale Honw,Tcom forest, Chairman- 148 GEORGE KNILL, Tonypandy, Yiee* hairman. MB RICHARD ROGERS, Pontypridd. MB THOMAS JONES, Glanely, Pontypridd. MBEDWIN PHILLIPS, Pontypridd. I IKU THOMAS THOMAS, Gwernygenro, Tie. m orest. Beoretary-MR H. S. DA VIES, Omoel-Old Post Office Chambers, Pontypridd. This Company is prepared to receive Deposits of A10 and upwards, repayable at Three Months Notice, and to bear Interest at the rate of Foar Pounds per Centnm per Annum, payable Hal £ yearly. -ir A ] |;j U tie FtcretBij ee above. s i