C. M. & R. GUNSON, Family Grocers, Tea, Coffee & Italian Warehousemen WINE AND SPIRIT MERCHANTS. ALE AND PORTER BOTTLERS. 67 and 68, High Street, MERTHYR TYDFIL.
FOR LATESTIII NOVELTIES IN New Spring Goods See our Windows. H.W. SOUTHEY & SONS "Express" Office, Merthyr. hi.
ESTABLISHED 1858. Auction Mart, Court street, MERTHYR TYDFIL. MESSRS. H. W. Harris & Son (Mr. WYN-DHAM J. PRICHARD, Fellow of the Auctioneers' Institute), EG to direct attention to their conveniently- situated AUCTION MART, »fre lhey and On Business as AIICTIONLEIvS, VALt GENERAL AGENTS. t w Goods Consignments of all kinds of Markei^ ditjonsiy are received for Sale, and disposed of as expe and advantageously as possible.. frponent Sales of Household Furniture: are held at freqne^ periods, and special facilities ^or of Miscellaneous and Surplus Effects. Sales of Property conducted. Auction Mart. Court-street. Merthyr Tyd •— SALE-ncx~36O! ,n„Q WEDNESDAY, JUNE 2nd, 1909. Auction Mart, Court Street, MERTHYR. SALE OF RELIABLE AND HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, PIANO, PTER GLASSES ana EFFECTS, consigned for Sale. MESSRS. H. W. Harris & Son (MR. WYNDHAM J. PRICHARD- Fellow of th Auctioneers Institute;, WILL SELL BY ABCTIOSI at the.^spacious „ ^Sn^S^fiVERY MONTH, a large Goods packed or stored free of chars > Care taken to trive satisfaction. „vtock in the The Sale will commence at Two o clocK Punctual attendance is r'? p f5' 'JF, LhrT Drry c?51 Anctioneers' nffi™«-_Th^Mart. Merthrr Tyam F:~ A.~ PHILLIPS, A UOTIONEER, ACCOUNTANT, VALUER & HOUSE AGENT. Public Auditor under the Friendly Societies Act, 1896, and the Industrial and Provident Societies Act, 1893. Agent for the chief Life, Fire, and Accident Insurance Companies. OFFICE 34, Victoria Street, MERTHYR TYDFIL. DOWLAIS ANI) PENYDARREN. Mr. F. A. Phillips HAS received instructions to SELL by P LIC AUCTION at the ROYAL EXCHANGE HOTEL, BRECON STREET, DOWLAIS. On TUESDAY, MAY 18TH, 1909, at 7.30 o'clock in the Evening, the following Valuable -f < r* C LEASEHOLD PROPERTIES: ^No^ U9/15o! 151,152 and 153, Gibson's-row, Peny- darren. Tydfil. ESTABLISHED 1875 J. LLOYD ATKINS (Fellow of the Auctioneers' Institute), AUCTIONEER, VALUER, ACCOUNTANT HOUSE AND ESTATE AGENT & INSURANCE BROKER, GELLIF AELOG COTTAGE, DOWLAIS Valuations !or Probate, Administrations, and Mort gages, also for Transfer of Hotels, Inns, <5tc !lger"- for the White Star and American Lines Steam-nips. Also the DOHULIOU Line LaitUia. PROMPT SETTLEMENTS ENSURED J. L. CUNNINGHAM AUCTIONEER. ACCOUNTANT. VALUER & FINANCIAL AGENT, 19, CLEBELAND STREET, MERTHYR TYDFIL. Speciality-MORTGAGE LOANS TONG & COBON, AUCTIONEERS, VALUERS, GTJAUERS BROKERS, &c, HEAD OFFICE:— Auction Chambers, Brynmawr. TEL P.O. 18. Sales. of every description arranged for with prompt settlement. Valuations for Transfer, Probate, or Mortgage expeditiously completed. LICENSING BUSINESS A SPECIALITY. MR. E. THOMAS, AUCTIONEER AND ACCOUNTANT, TREDEGAR. Office Cartrefle, Sirhowy. B*nts and Debts Collected. Mortgage Loans negotiated. Distress for Rents undertaken. Preparation of Bankrupt Statement of Affairs Probate, &c,, &e. INSURANCE OF EVERY DESCRIPTION EFFECTED ESTABLISHED 1899. PHILLIPS & JONES (Evan 1. Phillips, Assoc. Auctioneers' Institute) AUCTIONEKRS, VALUERS, & ESTATE AGENTS HOTEL VALUERS & GAUGERS SURVEYORS to the Largest Building Societies in the Kingdom. BALES conducted of Property, Shares, Land- ed Estates, Machinery, Agricultural and Trad# Stocks, and Household Furniture. -iraa# PROMPT SETTLEMENTS, Head Offica- CENTRAL CHAMBERS, HIGH STREET BAR G 0 ED. Telephone-P.O. No. 59 Bargoed WHITE STAR U_NE ROYAL MAIL STEAMERS. LARGEST STEAMERS IN THE WORLD BUILDING SOUTHAMPTON-CHERBOURG- QUEENSTOWN-NEW YORK ROYAL and UNITED STATES MAIL SERVICE Calling at Queenstown Westbound, and Plymouth Eastbound. Adriatic Wed., May 12 MAJESTIC Wed., May 19 And Reqularly Thereafter. LIVERPOOL via QUEENSTOWN. TO NEW YORK. T0 BOSTON. Arabic Friday, May 14 CTMRIC Sat May 15 CELTIC Friday. May 21 CYMRIC Sat June 12 And Regularly Thereafter. r. WHITE STAR—DOMINION CANADIAN SERVICE LI VE RPOOL—QUEBEC MONTREAL Largest Steamers in Canadian Trade. OTTAWA, Tliur., May 13 LAURKNTIC, Thur June 3 CANAIIA Thur., May 27 | Domxiox, Thur. jlIne 10 For further particulars apply to Local Acentu- nr !o ISMAY. IMRIE & CO.. 30. Jamesstr^t Liver- pool •, Southampton: 1, Cockspur-street, S w and 58, Leadenhall-street, London. B.C. OUNARD LINE ROYAL MAIL W STEAMERS. LARGEST AND FASTEST VESSELS IN THE WORID LAROEST AND FASTEST STEAMERS TO BOSTON. TROM LIVERPOOL. VIA QUEENSTOWN «„ TO .NEW YORK. TO BOSTON gwitania Sat., May 8 Ivernia Ties Miv IS • Cart»»nia Tues., May 111 Saxonia Tues! June f CANADA: FAST ROCTE SPECIAL IIATKS. io #LJj»ther particulars apply to Local Agents- nr FIVE^CHNARD STEAMSHIP COM PA NY, LTD.' Plf7"v illuminated floral serviettes, printed in srold »ons at lC°lours; a,'e Kt:eat dc"ia,nd for table decora- 's t,» isuPPers, teas, picnics, and dance parties Pri™ 11' W cv a!so boxed in 25- M postage 3d extri • wouthey and Sons, Express" Office, Mertbyr, AUCTION SUMMARY. Messrs. J. M. BERRY and SON. May 7—Leasehold Properties at Merthyr. Mr. J. L. CUNNINGHAM. May 26-Furnitllrc at Market Hall, Merthyr. Messrs. H. W. HARRIS & SON. June 2—Furniture at Auction Mart. Merthyr. Messrs. HENRY LEWIS AND SON. May 12—Grass and Pasture Land at Bedlinog. Mr. FRANK PHILLIPS. May IS.-Leasehold Properties at Dowlais. Mr. DAVID PRICE. May.—Public-house Fittings, &c., at Brecon. SALE THIS DAY. FAIRFIELD, The Quar, Brecon Rd.; BRYNESTHIN, and Tem- perance Street, Merthyr Tydfil. IMPORTANT SALE OF DESIRABLE VILLA RESIDENCES; ALSO COTTAGES AND FREE- HOLD GROUND RENT. Messrs J. M Berry & Son (MR. H. SEYMOUR HERR., A.A.I.) HAVE received instructions to SELL BY PUBLIC AUCTION, at the GLOBE HOTEL, MERTHYR, on FRIDAY, the 7th day of May, 1909, at 8 p.m. (subject to the Common Form Con- MERTHYR, on FRIDAY, the 7th day of MAY, 1909, at 8 p.m. (subject to the Common Form Con- ditions of the Merthyr and Aberdare Incorporated Law Society), the following Valuable LEASEHOLD PROPERTIES, NAMELY:- LOT I.-All that valuable Villa Residence, stand- inv in its own grounds, known as "FAIRFIELD," The Quar, Brecon-road, Merthyr Tydfil, together with the large Garden adjoining, now producing a clear annual rental of £40. Vacant possession will be given on completion. These Premises are held for a term of 99 years, from the 1st November. 1846, subject to the annual ground rent of B3 4s. 6d., the Garden Land adjoining being held for a term of 47 years, from 1st November. 1898, subject to the annual ground rent of £ 1 5s. LOT 2.—All that valuable recently erected De- tached Villa Residence, standing in its own grounds, and known as Bryneithin, near Ysgu- bornewydd Farm. Merthyr Tydfil, and now let to Hill's Plymouth Co., for a term of years expiring 30th April, 1914, subject to the annual rental of £ 34. These Premises are held for a term of 99 years from the 1st day of May, 1906, subject to the annual ground rent of £5. LOT 3.-All those Dwelling-houses and Premises known as No. 7, Temperance-street, and 12, Garden- street, Merthyr Tydfil, now in the occupation of monthly tenants, at rentals amounting yearly to B24 14s. These Premises are held for a term of 99 years, from the 1st day of May, 1812, subject to the annual ground rent of 17s. 8d. LOT 4.—All that Freehold Ground Rent of ZS 2s. 7d., secured upon four Dwelling-houses and Shop in Upper North Street, Penydarren, held under an Agreement for Lease, granted to Mr. John Thomas James, for a term of 990 years from 25th March, 1908. For further particulars apply to the Auctioneers' Offices, 30, Victoria-street, Merthyr Tydfil; or as to Lots 1 and 3, to Messrs. GRIFFITHS & THOMAS, Solicitors, Merthyr Tydfil; as to Lot 2, to Messrs. THOMAS & DA VIES, Solicitors, Merthyr Tydfll; as to Lot 4, to W. R. EDMUNDS, Esq., ( Solicitor, Merthyr Tydfil, PRELIMINARY NOTICE. TO INNKEEPERS AND OTHERS. VICTORIA INN, BRECON. Mr. David Price, F.A.I., TT AS received instructions to SELL BY PUBLIC XI AUCTION in MAY as follows Mahogany Top Counter, with door, shelves, and till, lift. 4in. by 3ft. 4in. by 2Hiu. Bar Fitting, 10ft. 9in. by 7ft. 9ft. by 1ft., with shelves and drawers and glass-panelled back. Six-pull Beer Engine, with piping, unions, and interchangeable taps: two-pull ditto; 12 white and gold Spirit Barrels, with plated taps, cork drawer; 2 heavy cast-iron Fe,iders: b'n<e-room and Bar Tables; round deal and othor Tables; glass pints and half-pints; Beer and Spirit measures, &c. On view up to time of Sale. r CWM SEWAGE FARM, NEAR BEDLINOG I Messrs. Henry Lewis & Son HAVE been instructed by the Gelligaer Urban District Council to LET by PUBLIC AUCTION, on the above-named FARM. on WED- NESDAY, May 12th. 1909, subject to such conditions as shall there and then be read, the GRASS AND PASTURE LAND J on the above Sewage Farm, containing about 8! acres. The letting will commence at Four p.m. For further particulars apply to the Auctioneers. Messrs. HENRY LEWIS and Sox, Gcllihir, Nelson, Glam., or to FRANK T. JAMES, Clerk to the Council. 134. High-street, Merthyr Tydfil. 6th May, 1909. EDWARDS BROS., D. H. Edwards-Isaac Edwards, Auctioneers, Accountants, AND Estate Agents, CAMBRIA CHAMBERS, DOWLAIS, AND C CENTRAL CHAMBERS, OVER GUNSON'S STORES, HIGH STREET, MERTHYR TYDFIL. please Note Change of Address of Merthyr Office. "OHARLBS M. DAVIES, BUILDING SURVEYOR AND VALUER, (Licensed 20 Years) MORGAN TOWN, MERTHYR. OFFICES 112, HIGH STREET. WANS. SPECIFICATIONS. AND QUANTITIES. APPBAISBMENT FOR PTTBCHASES. TRANSFERS AND DILAPIDATIONS. Surveys to the Merthyr New and Improved Build- ing Society, the Merthyr Working Men's Building Society, and the Star-Bowkett Building Society. CHARLES L. STEWART ACCOUNTANT and AUDITOR, VALUER, HOUSE and ESTATE AGENT MORTGAGE and INSURANCE BROKER Tradesmen's Debts Bought or Collected, Rents Collected. Accounts Regularly Posted by Special Contract, Profit and Loss Accounts and Income Tax Claims Prepared, Quarterly and Annual Audits Undertaken, Bankrupts' Statements of Affairs. Arrangement with Creditors, Valuations Ana for Probate, etc. Agent for the Chief Life, Accident, Fire, and Plate Glass Insurance Companies. OFFICES :-MILBOURNE CHAMBERS, MERTHYR TYDFIL. W. T. JONES, so, High Street, Merthyr, Auctioneer & Accountant, HOUSE, INSURANCE AND GENERAL I BUSINESS AGENT, TRADESMEN'S Debts Eougrht or Collected. t Rents Collected. Arrangements with Credi- tors. Preparation of Bankruptcy Statements of At. fairs. Traders' Books Posted and Audited. Agent for Chief Life, Accident, Fire, and Plate Glass Insurance Companies. RATS' SINS ARE MANY BUT EODINE BAT POISON slaughters millions of Rats. Certain death. Extermination sure. Acsfc like magic. Never fails. Prices-6d., Is., 29., 38" 5s.; post 2d. HARLEY Chemist, Perth. AGENTT. Jt-NKIKS, Chemist, Pontmorlais, Merthyr1 Tredegar County School. THE ENTRANCE SCHOLARSHIP EXAMI- jI NATION and the Examination for selection of Probationers will be held at the above School on FRIDAY, llth June, 1909, commencing at 9.45 a.m. I.-SCFTOL.AltSHIPS OUT OF SCHOOL FUNDS. These Scholarships cover Tuition Fees, and are awarded for one year in the first instance, bnt are renewable from year to year in cases where the holder makes satisfactory progress. Candidates must now be, and must have been for not less than three years, in a Public Elementary School, and must not be over 13 years of a#e on 1st July. Candidates should obtain Application Forms (on the back of which will be found the Regulations) at the CLERK'S OFFICE, to which the Forms must be returned by 8th May latest. 2.—WORKMEN'S INSTITUTE AND LIBRARY SCHOLARSHIPS. These Scholarships cover Tuition and Stationery for three years. Candidates, who must not be over 14 on the day of the Examination, should obtain a copy of the Committee's Regulations as well as the Application Form from Mr. TOM WILLIAMS, 5, Gbxdstone-place, Tredegar, to whom the Forms must be returned by 8th May latest. SUBJECTS OF EXAMINATION. Dictation, Composition, Arithmetic, and any Two of the followingEnglish Grammar, Geography, History, Algebra, Welsh, Domestic Economy. C. DAUNOEY, Clerk to the Governors. Park Chambers, Tredegar, April 13th, 1909. BRIGHTON HOUSE SCHOOL, CLIFTON, BRISTOL. BOARDING-House for Boys. Healthy situation, 3 9 close to Downs; 270 feet above sea level. Large and airy rooms. Modern Principles of Education. Individual attention. Fees moiderate. Home Comforts. Recent Successes and Illustrated Prospectus from the Principal, C. M. PARKS, B.A. ABERDARE SCHOOL OF COMMERCE, CIVIL SERVICE & CORRESPONDENCE COLLEGE. MERTHYR BRANCH. NOTICE OF REMOVAL. Owing to the Enormous Succesa of the above Branch, the Classes will be held in future at the WAVERLEY TEMPERANCE HOTEL, Glebeland Street, Merthyr. commencing on SATURDAY, MAY 8th, 1909, at 6.30 p.m. All those desirous for an expert coach in Short- hand, Book Keeping, Scholastic, Civil Service and other Departments are requested to apply to the Secretary, Mr. T. J. LLOYD, for advice gratis. School Teachers are also invited to apply for Particulars of our Coach. Howell's Glamorgan County School, Llandaff. AN EXAMINATION will be held on the 18th and 19th day of JUNE, at Eleven a.m. o'clock, at HOWELL's GLAMORGAN SCHOOL, for the admis- sion of FIVE GIRLS as Howell's Scholars, who will be entitled to free board, lodging, and washing, with tuition for the term of one year, renewable from year to year for five or, in excep- rs tional eases, six years. Candidates must be resident in the administra- tive county of Glamorgan, or in the counties of Brecknock, Cardigan, Carmarthen, Pembroke and Radnor, or the County Borough of Swansea, and must have passed their 12th and not reached their 14th birthday on the 30th June, 1909. The Scholarships will be awarded to the Candi- dates who pass the best examination subject to the condition that the Governors will not award the Scholarships to any girl who is not from her pecuniary circumstances in need of it. The railway fares of qualified candidates will be paid, but no railway fare will be paid for more children from any one school than there are vacancies. Further particulars may be obtained from the Clerk. All applications must be sent to the Clerk before the 12th day of June next. By order of the Governors, C. R. WALDRON, Clerk. ]7, Church-street, Cardiff, 1909. Re Albert Francis Leonard Hall, DECEASED. ALL Persons having CLAIMS against the ESTATE of ALBERT FRANCIS LEONARD HALL, Jate of No. 9, Alexandra-place, Sirhowy, Tredegar, in the County of Monmouth, Stores Manager, Deceased, whose Will was proved on the 3rd day of May, 1909, in the Principal Probate Registry of the High Court of Justice, by MARY ANN HALL and GERTRUDE MAY Hall, the Execu- trixes therein named, are required, to send full Earticulars thereof to us, the undersigned, on or efore the 20th instant. Dated this 4th day of May, 1909. R. H. SPENCER AND SON, Tredegar, Solicitors for the Executrixes. Bryngolwg Building Company, i LIMITED; TAKE NOTICE that pursuant to S. 188 of the Companies (Consolidation) Act, 1908, a MEET- ING of the CREDITORS of the above-named Company will be held at the OFFICE of Mr. GWILYM JONES, Solicitor, Bank Chambers, Mountain Ash, on FRIDAY, the utp day of May, 1909, at Three o'clock in the Afternoon. D. W. HOWELL, Liquidator. May 5th, 1909. Merthyr and District Milk Sellers' Association ANNOUNCE THAT THE Price of Milk will be 4d. per Quart UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE. ANEURIN REYNOLDS, Late Jonathan Reynolds, Coachbuilder and Wheelwright. Established 70 years. Heavy and Light Vehicles Built and Repaired. Only Best Materials used. Waterproof Covers. Lamps, and Rubber Tyres of all sizes and prices fitted, MOTOR OARS Repaired and Painted. 1, Old Church Place, Merthyr Tydfil. Grocers', Furnishing Co.'s, Greengrocers' and Contrac tors' Tipping Carts, 1 Pony Waaron, and Hooded Cee Spring Gig, and 2 Milk Floats for Sale cheap. TAFF'S WELL.' TEPID MINERAL SPRINGS. The only Tepid Springs in Wales are now open for the Summered Autumn Season. Bathing in the above celebrated Well is tho best remedy for Rheumatism. The Proprietor will send Photo and full part- iculars Free to any address. LOANS ON PERSONAL SECURITY. INVESTMENTS WANTED —Those who require a Loan prompt and private, to apply to tho SOUTH WALES EQUITABLE MONEY SOCIETY, Under Friendly MONEY c°-°Pe,rative- Societies' Act. X'A A System, to lend at low Interest and exceptionally easy repay- ments. 112 per week repays loan of £ 10. Share, etc. Don't be misled by those who say, "No INTEREST AND NO FINES TO PAY." Anniv for descriptive prospectus and last annual balance sheet to DisUict Agent, E. HARRY Rkes Tredegar 20, Islwyn Terrace and Temperance hall. Mondays 7 to9p.ru JAMES LEVER" ACCOUNT ANT. AUDITOR, HOUSE AND F^TATE AGENT. INSURANCE BROKER AND EMIGRATION AGENT. Secretarv to the Merthyr Mutual Investment and Loan Society- Agent for the principal Steam- ship Lines. Passages booked to all parts of the W0PQST°0FFICE CHAMBERS, MERTHYR. THE MERTHYR MUTUIAL INVESTMENT & LOAM SOCIETY (Registered as a specially authorised Society under the Friendly Societies' Act.) PROVIDES A SAFE AND PROFIT ABLE; INVESTMENT. Lfans made to Tradesmen, Artisans, and others, npon promissory note with easy terms of repayment. Write or call for prospectus, Registered Office: POST OFFICE CHAMBERS, o 1\IERTHYR Biuuch ABEK secretary-JAMES LEVER Glamorgan County Council. EDUCATION COMMITTEE. SUMMER SCIENCE SCHOOL. AUGUST, 1909. THE Glamorgan Education Committee will hold its Summer Science School at the UNIVER- SITY COLLKGE, CARDIFF, and the COUNTY SCHOOL, PBNARTH, for three weeks during the month of August next, commencing on the 2nd. Subjects taken Surveying. Mechanical and Electrical Engineerin" Practical Mathematics, Chemistry, Physics, and Metallurgy. Special arrangements have been made for a Teachers Course in Science. For full particulars as to Scholarships offered, syllabuses, fees, &e., apply to the Chief Education Official, 35. Park-place, Cardiff. 28th April, 1909. County Borough of Merthyr Tydfil. THE License Compensation Authority for the County Borough of Merthyr Tydfil intend ap- pointing a Valuer to report to them upon the values of Licenses in the County Borough referred for Compensation. Any person wishing to apply for the appointment must send an application in writing marked Valuer, stkltidr, Ns terms for Valuing and Re- porting to the undersigned on or before the 19th day of May. 1909. D. REES LEWIS, Clerk to the Authority, Merthyr Tydfil. 29th April, 1909. County Borough of Merthyr Tydfil. APPOINTMENT OF CLERK OF WORKS. APPLICATIONinvited from persons J-jL having a practical experience of building construction to supervise the erection of an addi- tional Pavilion at the Mardy Isolation Hospital, Merthyr. Wages, £ 2 2s. 6d. per week. Applications, marked Clerk of Works," stating trade, age, and experience, accompanied by copies of three recent testimonials, must reach the under- signed not later than Noon on MONDAY, the 17th May. Can vassing the members of the Council is strictly prohibited. T. ANEURYN REES, „ Town Clerk. Town Hall, Merthyr Tydfll, 7th May, 1909. 7th May, 1909. County Borough of Merthyr Tydfil. BOATING AT CYFARTHFA CASTLE POND, THE Council invite Tenders for the Right of Letting Boats for Hire on the above pond for a term of one, two, or three years respectively. Full particulars may be obtained upon application to the undersigned. Tenders endorsed Cyfarthfa Boating" must reach the undersigned not later than 12 o'clock noon, on Saturday, the loth May. The Council do bind themselves to accept the highest or any Tender. T. ANEURYN REES, Town Hall. Town Clerk. Merthyr Tydfil. 5th May, 1909. Cyfarthfa and Merthyr Municipal Band. a^ove celebrated Band formerly known as X the Cyfarthfa Band is now open to accept engagements. For terms apply to the Secretary, Mr. Wm. BATTY, 38, Williams,.place, Penydaren, Merthyr. T. ANEURYN REES, Town Clerk. To Builders. rilEiNDP,RS are reqiiii-ed for Building FOUNDA. JL TIONS for an IRON CHURCH to be erected in Alexandra-road, near the Merthyr Hospital, in the Parish of Penydarren, and for taking down aQd re-erecting an Iron Church from Mr Hawkin's garden, near Garth Cottages, to the new site. Tenders to be sent to the Rev. D. EYANS, The } icarage, Penydarren, on or before the 15fch insfc., from whom all details can be obtained. E. M. BRUCE VA0GHAN, F.R.I.RA., „ Architect. E. M. BRUCE VAUGHAN. F.R.I.RA., „ Architect. Cardiff, 5th May, 1909. I Merthyr Sports and Recreation Co. TO CONTRACTORS AND OTHERS, RENDERS are invited for Laying Onfc the V^Hege Field, Merthyr, as a Football and Athletic Grounds for the aboYe Company, if T Specification may be obtained from Mr. l. JiDMCND REES, Architect, Gernant, Mer- thyr. Tenders to be in the hands of the undersigned not later than 22nd inst. T WTrm, JAMES LEVER, Accountant. post Office Chambers, Merthyr Tydfll. Merthyr and District May Horse Show & Parade, May 20th, 1909. TENDERS. rr^ENDRRs are invited for the right to supply J. REFRESHMENTS in PENYDARREN PARK on the occasion of the above Show. Tenders to be in the hands of the Secretary, W. T. JONES, 50, High-street, not later than Twelve 0 clock on WEDNESDAY, the 12th instant. The Committee do not bind themselves to accept the highest or any Tender. Mersey Railway. SALE OF PLANT. THE Directors of the Mersey Railway Company JIL are prepared to receive Tenders for the Sale of V- entilating Fans, Engines. Boilers, Pumps, Water Column, Turntable, &c., for which they haye no further use in consequence of the electrification of the Railway. Tender Forms and fall particulars to be obtained from J. SHAW, General Manager and Secretary. Central Station. Birkenhead, April 29th, 1909. To Archiiecis, Engineers, Builders, &c. I rF you require a' perfect DAMP-PROOF 8 COURSE for foundation Walls, &o., use pure BITUMEN or ASPHALTE. Made in rolls and all widths ready for use. Carriage paid to any station. Samples and prices post free. POOLE BROS., READING, Mr. J. W. BAKER, Principal Violia in Mr. Gwnyu Lewis' Orchestra) Gives LESSONS on Violin Playing Violin Playing 1 At own or Pupil's residence. ENGAGEMENTS ACCEPTED AS SOLOIST OR OTHERWISE FOR CONCERTS, ETC. Poa TSUMS, ADDRESS 17, PONTMORLAIS WEST, MERTHYR (Near Drill Hall). TREDEGAR VALLEY. -LT TV THOMAS JONES, Accountant, Auditor, House and Estate Agent. Tradesmen's Books Posted and Audited. Rents and Debts Collected. Bankrupts' Statements of Affairs. Arrangement with Creditors. Agent for the Chief Life, Fire and Accident Insurance Companies. Secretary to the Tredegar and Dis. trict Permanent Money Socicty. Offl. ce-86, Commercial Street, Tredegar »» 11 ■ ii POPULAR Card Games. New pattern book of latest designs in Stationery for round Games, Progressive Whist Invitation and Scorin? Cards, Progressive Bridge, Golf Whist, "Afternoon Tea" Game Cards, "Press Letter" Flower Romance, Primroses, Pamies, The Game of Ages," etc. The Invitation and Scoring Cards are boxed in dozens, and can be supplied in small quan- tities as required from 1(. per dozen.—H. W, Southey & Sons, 'Express" Office, Merthyr Tydfil T.S. THE Jewel Fountain Pen, fitted with 14-carat gold nib, iridium tipped. 8/6 post free.—H. W. Southey & Sons, Express" Office, Merthyr. WORCESTER CHINA.—Splendid assortment of ele- pant designs at moderate prices, at SODTHKY & Soxs, Express Office. Merthyr. Come and see them. BOXES of Cruet Paper3, containing: 35 papers with lace edges, for three bottles, 7M. six bottle?. Is.— n. W. Southey and Sons. "Express Office. Merthyr. THE" Go-ahead" Pen fitted with 14-carat gold nib. H Every Pen is a perfect writine instrument. 3/6 su post free.—II. W. Southey & Sons, Espress Office, Merthyr. XCEPTIONAL VALUE. The "Edelweiss" Cabinet Jfj of Table Stationery, containing —2 doz. dish papers, 8} by 6? 3 doz. ditto, 10A by 8± 2i doz. ditto, 12K by 10; j-doz. ditto, 15 bv Hi 1 doz. cutlet frills 1 doz. pie collars 1 doz. 6 £ -in. plate papers; 1 doz. 7i-io. ditto; 1 doz. 8i-in. ditto 1 doa. 9f-in. ditto,—Only Is. the box, cheap but jood, postage 4d. extra.—H. W. Southey & Sons, Express Office. Merthyr. HE jJusic series of Japanese Serviettes for use at S musical evening?, soirec-. dance parties, Ac., con- taining liftv. price U-H. W. ¡)QUcy nd t39U*, j impress Office, SlMthyr,
irtfJs, glarrraps anb The Charge for Advertisements under this Heading is Is. for 20 words, and 6d. for every additional 10 ^wortls or oortion of 10- MARRIAGES. PRICE-LLOYD. April 29th, at Wesley Church, Merthyr Tydfil, by the Rev. Ii. Garbett, pastor, Arthur Purnell. son of the late Daniel Price, Odessa-street, Dowlais, to Maggie, youngest daughter of Richard Lloyd, builder, Cefn-Coed. DEATHS. WILLIAMS.-Oll May 4th. at Bedford House Hospi- tal, Cardiff, Enoch Williams, builder, 22, Wynd- ham-street, Dowlais, aged 53 years. Funeral (gentlemen only) Saturday at 4.30 p.m, for Pant Cemetery. IN M EM OKI AM. GAY.—In loving memory of our dear son, Bertie, who died May 2nd, 1907. Do not ask us if we miss him. There is still his vacant place We shall ne'er forget his saying, Or his dear, familiar face. GRIFFITHS.—In loving memory of our dear Father, David Griffiths, Rhydycar Farm, Merthyr, who passed away May 5th. 1908. Sleep on beloved, sleep and take thy rest. HENRY and WINNIE. In loving memory of our dear brother Ben. who departed this life on I%Iay: d, 1904, at High-street, Dowlais. Wo miss and mourn you in silence unseen. And dwell on the mcmbriesof days that have been; Unknown and forgotten to some you may be. But the grave that contains you is sacred to us. From your loving sisters. MARTHA. ACKNOWLEDGMENTS. DAVIES.-The Family of the late Mrs. Jane Davits, of 13, Stuart-street, Merthyr, desire to thank their numerous friends for kind sympathy shown them in their sad bereavement. JONES.—Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Jones, Painter, 77. Thomas-street, wish to acknowledge the many kind expressions of sympathy received by them or. the death of their little son Stanley. WILLIAMS.—The Family of the late Mrs. Elizabeth Williams, Globe Shop. High-street, Dowlais, desire to acknowledge the numerous expressions of sympathy received in their sad bereavement. desire to acknowledge the numerous expressions of sympathy received in their sad bereavement. UNDERTAKING AND FUNERAL ARRANGXMIGN I Experience, efficiency, modern methods and equipments.—J. G. JONES and Co., Court-street, Merthyr. Tel. P.O. 50.
Advertisement Tariff FOR SMALL PREPAID ADVERTISEMENTS. THRU MX WORDS. ONCI. TIKIS. TIKES. a. d. a. d. •- d. 16 Worda v. 0 6 »» 10 16 24 Words 0 9 16 J 32 Words 1 8 2 0 3 0 40 Words 13 •• 8 6 3 9 48 Words 16 3 0 6 These Charges apply only to the classes of adver- tisements specified below, and are strictly confined to those which are ordered for consecutive insertion and paid for previous to insertion: if either of these oonditions is not complied with. the advertisement will be charged art double the above rate. APARTMENTS WANTED, Housts WANTED, APARTMENTS TO LET, MONEY WANTED, IWSINESSZS FOR SALI, MIS- CELLANEOUS SALES, BUSINESSES WANTED, PARTNERSHIPS WANTED. HOCSKS TO LET. SITUATIONS WANTED. PRIZE DRAWING and PERSONAL NOTICES are charged at double the above rates. ADVERTISERS using this office as an address for A receiving replies to their advertisements under initials, etc., are requested to call for same, or enclose stamps for them to be forwarded. PERSONAL. "ERSONAI,Will the person who borrowed the book entitled "Vida" from the "Express" Library, please return it without further delay. ON behalf of Officers and Members of Noddfa Chapel, Penydarren, we beg to publicly thank Mr. S. LAVIN, of The South Wales Gas Fitting Co., of 24, Pontmorlais (next door to Mr. Siedle, pawnbroker), for the very able way in which he has carried out the contract for the incandescent lighting of the Chalel. -Signed, JAMES SAMUEL, Tuomis JONES. M 22 SERVANTS WANTED. I WANTED, good General Servant; references re- V V quired.—Apply, Mr. KEEFE, Holly Bush Inn, Merthyr. M 22 WANTED, a general Servant.—Apply with reference, W Temple Bar, Merthyr. M 8 XPERIENCED General, able to wash; good wages JtLJ given to reliable girl; small famiuly 4, Dane- terrace, Merthyr. M S (^EKEivAL wanred, steady reliable girl; gond iicme X family tiro; references required.—Mrs. WILLIAMS, 142, City-road, Cardiff. M 22 142, City-road, Cardiff. M 22 EXPERIENCED Cook General wanted references re- quired. Apply, Mrs. W. HARRIS, Danybryn, Mer- thyr TYÙfi1. M 8 \\TANTED at once Strong Girl.—Apply with refer- Y V ences to Mr3. WILLIAMS, Wimborne Institute, Dowlais. M 3 WANTED at once, Housemaid for Barrv. good wages given references required.—Apply Mrs. BRAT, The Hollies," Barry Dock, or Mrs. DUNSTAK, The Woodlands," Merthyr. m 8 WANTED, Experienced gereral Servant; reference required.—EVANS, Plough, Dowlais. M 8 (1 ENERAL Servant by first week in May. Apply, with "JT references, Mrs. JONES, Tir-Baeh, Cefn. M 8 APPRENTICES WANTED. "A PPRENTICE. wanted Dental Meohanie, age about 16. -Apply, Thorueyoroft, Penydarren-road, Merthyr Tydfll. M 22 T. JONES & Co., drapers, Merthyr, have several • vacancies for girls as apprentices and cashiers. M8 ANTED, Strong Lad as Apprentice to Carpentry and Joinery.—Apply, GRIFFITH JONRS, Post Offioe- lane, Merthyr. M 15 SITUATIONS VACANT. ENERGETIO MMT (32) "seeks employment, any kind. References for honesty and sobriety.—Address 103, Trevethick-street, Merthyr. A 8 WORKING Housekeeper or young couple (without tV children) to take charge of house and look after two children. -Apply, 1, Hankey-place, Plymouth-street, Merthyr. M 8 WANTED, good Ironers; piece work constant em-1 ployment.—Apply, Manager, Laundry, Aberdare. M 22 W"ANTED, ^"steady-Man to drive oat. — Gunboh, grocers, Merthyr. M 8 C' REDIT Drapery. — Wanted, energetic, trustworthy Man; abstainer.—Apply, No. M 53 "Express" Office, Merthyr. M 29 SITUATIONS WANTED. HOLE or part-time, day oTevening Employment wanted in general office work tracing, letter- iOIe, eontrol of house property, rent and debt collecting qualified in building construction and sanitary engineer- ing pupils coached for technical examinations good penman and arithmetician.-Apply in first instance to TECHNOLOGY, Express Office, Merthyr. M15 AGENTS WANTED. AGENTS.—Our agency brings you 150 percent., every person probable buyer samples free.-POSTICIt & Co., 10, Vicarage-lane, Leicester. M 22 AGENTS Wanted for an investment company, best terms in the United Kingdom.—Apply by letter only to Inspector," Express Office, Merthyr. M 22 ELLrESTABLISHED Firm of Cork Merchants re- tv quire representative on commission, good terms and prospects to suitable man.—"CORK" M 63, "Ex- press" Office. Merthyr. M 8 AGER BEER. Travellers calling upon the licensed Trade may add to their income by taking up an Agency for Lager Beer.-Apply PILSENER," BOX 59, Office of this paper M 8 AGENTS, Insurance and others.—Exceptional oppor- tunity to increase income. A London firm of high standing is open to appoint agents in districts where not represented; assisted by extensive advertising; gond commission no samples to carry.—Address B.W. Box 57, Express Office, Merthyr. M 8 APARTMENTS WANTED. YOUNG Man, collier, seeks comfortable board-res- idenoe with respectable homely people or widow, English, Dowlais or Penydarren.—Address, M 61, "Ex- press Office, Merthyr. M 22 APARTMENTS TO LET. COMFORTABDE Apartments, hot android bath, mod- C erato terms.—Apply, 12, Gwendoline-street. Mer- M 22 COMFORTABLE Rooms for respectable young man board or otherwise.—19, Newcastle-street, Merthvr. M a TO LET. Two bedrooms and a sittingroom—a second sittingroom if required.—Apply, Miss WILLIAMS. 19, Church-street, Merthyr. M 22 PARTMENTS to suit gentleman.—Apply, l, byke- street, Merthyr. M 22 COMFORTABLE Lodgings for one or two young men, C board if required.—18, Union-street, Merthyr. M8 TWO furnished Rooms To Let, suit two gentlemen friends.—3, Union-street, Merthyr. 15 FRONT Rooms to" Let. single or double-bedded.—x5, Gwendoline-street, Merthyr. M 15 COMFORTABLE Lodgings for Two Respectable Men. —Apply Miss Jone3, 10, Penyard, Swan sea-road | .J -Apply Miss Jones, 10, Penyard, Swan sea-road | Cyfarthfa, Merthyr. M 15 FRONT. Sitting-room and one or two Bedrooms To jil Let in good position suit one or two young Men. -53, Thomas-street, Merthyr. M 15 OR 3 unfurnished Rooms to Let.—13. Danvparcv Merthyr.. jf g 17\RONT Room and Two Bedrooms suit gentleman or ? friends. Near Station.-20, Union-st., Merthyr. M8 HOUSES TO LET. HPO LET. 10, Union-street, Merthyr^ seven room JL (no underground); immediate possession.— CCN- NINOHAM, Auctioneer, Glebeland, Merthyr. 22 mo LET, 2Q,~A\velfiyn,~Penydarren h aVd c water JL with bathroom and lavatory.—Apply to H. GITTRLI 50HN, Dowlais. jf j HENGOED.—To Let, semi-detached ViUaTPark-roawT- modern conveniences, excellent situation ADDIV "OoiiYqFA," Post Office. M 15 PART House to Let to married coup'e without en^ cumbrance (workman preferred),—Apply CUNNING- Austi9os?r» rt, MIS „ HOUSES AND LAND FOR SALE. IT^OIl SALE. Three Houses at Merthyr-street, Peny- darren.—Apply J. T. JAMES. Builder, Penydarren. M 15 FOR immediate Sale by private treaty, compact House, in splendid repair, within 50 yards of Town Hall, in the very centre of Merthyr. Two large rooms with scullery on ground floor; three bedrooms and good attic. Small detached garden 46 years of lease un- expired.—Address Derby," "Express Office, Merthyr M 15 BUSINESS PREMISES TO LET. TROEDYRIIIW. — Shops for any business, very best .]L' position lock-up, or with hOBC enn be fitted to suit. —Apply W. DOWDKSWELL, Architect, Treharris. M15 BAKEHOUSE to Let, with loft; steam oven, good condition utensils on premises good opportunity to beginner with small capital; very low rent three sacks per week to start very little opposition public baking.—POWELL, Grocer, Sunclad Stores, Cefn-Coed. 1[ 8 fino LET, with immediate possession, desirable corner l. Shop with Dwelling-house, Nos. 39 and 40, Victoria Street, Dowlais.—Apply Messrs. D. W. Jmms and Co., Solicitors, Merthyr Tydfil and Dowlais. M 7 BUSINESS PREMISES FOR SALE. OIR, SALE, modern licensed Slaughterhouse (Knacker s Yard), in the Parish of Gellygaer, long lease; owner giving up owing to illness centre of colliery district. Splendid opening, profitable business-Full particulars from J. M. BKURT and Sox, Auctioneers, Merthyr Tydfil. M 22 GRAZING LAND. WANTED. Good Grazing Ground for Cows, near VY Cefil.-Apply M 60, Express Office, Merthyr. M 15 HORSES, TRAPS,HARNESS, &c. STUD HORSE.—Breeders wishing to breed High-class. Fast Trotting Cobs should engage that noted Stallion Stepping Gambler," 143 W.S.B., the property of Rees, Llansreitho: Winner Lampeter, 1907 and 1908 Welsh National, Aberayron, &c. Will attend Ship and Bell." Merthyr, April 26th, and every other Monday. M22 FOR SALE.—Liverpool Gig, splendid condition, rub- ber tyres, suitable for show purposes; also Doe Cart, good condition —Apply JONKS. Tir-bach, Cefn. M8 171UNERAL Stock, Second-hand Hearses £ 30, 20 new 1 patterns. Landaus £ 40, Hansoms £ 20, Brakes. Easy terms Catalogues. MARSTO.V'S, Bradford-street." Birmingham. PIGEONS. WORKING Homers. Few grand Squeakers for sale (R. P. Ring); also a few Stock Birds. Must be cleared (overstocked). Cheap.-F. STUCKEY, Baker 2, Howell-stieet, Merthyr. M 15 DOGS. BLACK Retriever Bitch (Curly), good House Dog- also i Puppies.—What offers.—F. STDCK-ET, Baker' Merthyr. m 15 CYCLES FOR SALE. CYCLE Bargain to anyone that wants a Gent's High Grade Coventry Machine; not used six times, must be turned into cash two best roller brakes, ball free wheel, latest improvements high grade 1909 Coventry Cycle, plated rime, best of all things and all accessories lamp and everything, fully guaranteed, worth donble iCS 12 &d. approval willingly before cash sent.—F. J: RANDO, 6, South bourne-terrace, Westort-super- Mare. Jy 17 MACHINERY, &c. At I H.P. GAS ENGINE for immediate Sale cheap suction or town gas Stockport (new style) seen workingiall day.—TILNEY, Saw Mills, Abertillerv. M 22 p- MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS. H7V>R SALE. Piano, antique, fine piece of furniture JT suit learner only £ 6 10?. 0d.—" Canolfryn," High- straet, Cefn. j jg INSURANCE "in>OYAL LONDON.—Good Book for Sale^ Merthyr Et District, best terms Fire, Life, Endowment and House Purchase Prospectus.—Apply ASHTON, 17, Bruns- wick-street, Merthyr. 1tI a WHY be without income in the event of sickness accident or when out of work, wnen 2/6 monthly insures you £1 weekly for 26 weeks. All the above bene- fits are guaranteed by The "Self-IIelp" Insurance Com- pany, Limited, Authorised Capitol £ 50,000 (Registered underlthe Companies Acts according to Act of Parliament) Full b»: .'It in three months. Perfect safety for members. Agents wanted in every district. Those employed in col- !» iti <*» earn £ 4 weekly. •1 ability.—Apply. Heac. Olbces. sil, or u/ Ui. Tiiet'l't- M&i;* agerrfst% Aberoynon-road, Abcrcynoa. M 2d MEDICAL REMEDIES ADVICE FREE for Stamp. — MRS. WATSON. Lady Specialist Safe and Certain Remedy.—Address 10 Guinea-street Bristol. jy. 26* rf^Al'EWORMS expelled in few hours. Particulars and X testimonials lree. — HISSOK, 46, Mattock-street, Nottingham. IMPORTANT TO MOTHERS. Every mother who! I values the Health and Cleanliness of her child should use HARRISON'S "RELIABLE" NURSERY POMADE. One Application kills all Nits and Vermin beautifies and strengthens the Hair. In Tins, 4jd. and 9d., Postage Id.— GRO. W. HARRISON, Chemist, Reading. Agents for Merthyr, Rees Thomas and Son, 143 and 65 High-street; Tredegar, C. J. Black; Aberdare, E. E Evans, 9 and 10, Victoria-square; Abercynon, W. G. Williams; Mountain Ash, D. Williams, Commercia!- street; Abergavenny, Shackleton and Co., 9, Cross. street; Brynmawr, A. E. Evans, 43, Beaufort-street, A. M. Jones, 42, King-street; Ebbw Vale, A. E. Evans, Ida- place, T. Dougnll, Bethcar-street; Treharris, T. Thomas The Square Dowlais, R. P. Rees. 177, High-street; Blackwood, A. Enoch; Llanbradach, W. J. Williams. Merthyr, T. Jenkins, Pontmorlais. All chemists. 30-7-09 EMIGRATION. BRITISH COLONIES,—For all information regarding reduced through fares, work, wages, etc., apply Post Office Chambers, Mertbyr. Passage* booked to Canada, United States. South America, Africa, Australia New Zealand, and all parts of the world. Short Holiday Tours to Spain, Portugal and the Mediteranean a specially. Tourist and Pleasure Parties, School and Club Outings ar- ranged. Full information on application to JAMES LEVER, Post Office Chambers, Merthyr; local ag-ent for the Dominion Express Co. for parcels traffic, conveyance of valuables to Canada, and issue of Money Orders payable in Canada and United States. J 12 AUSTRALIA CANADA. — Immediate demand for Farm Hands and Domestics.—Apply to C. STEWART & CO.,35, Mount Stuart-square, Cardiff, for Government circulars and information. M g EMlGRATION-For Lowest Fares to South Afrfca by the Union Castle Line, to America and Canada by the Cunard, White Star, American, Dominion, Canadian on) Pacific, and other Steamship Companies, and to Australia. Reduced passages to New South Wales. Also for trips around the British Isles and Coasting Trips. Assisted pas- sages to Sydney, New South Wales, for Agriculturalists, Domestic Servants, Miners, Artisans Navvies, and General Labourers.-Applj, D. M. RICHARDS, Wenallfc Aberdare, Agent for Cook s Popular Tours. T.S. SCHOLASTIC. 1 HIRE COALFIELD. SOUTH WALES & MONMOUTHSHIRE COALFIELD. k? —Notes on the Geology of the above, with its Out. crops, Faults, Divisions and Seams of Coal with Plan of Six Sections with over Sixty previous Colliery Managers Examinations questions set during the last Ten Years re- lating to this Coalfield. All candidates sitting at Cardiff. Newport and Bristol Mine Managers Examinations should possess one, as the notes are prepared purely for those candidates. Post free 2s. 6d. — CAMBRIAN MINIKS SCHOOL," Porth, Glam. j 6 ASSISTANT INSPECTORS OF MINES. Mine tV Managers' Exams., Scholarships, and Associate. ship in Mining. Candidates Prepared. Private Lessons by Post, Geology, Mineralogy, Coal and Metal Mining, Engineering, Mining, Mathematics, Eleotricity, and Sur. veying. Certificates awarded. Write for Syllabus.-TulI CAMBRIAN MINING SCHOOL, GLANFFRWD, PORTH. 111 8 PITMAN'S SHORTHAND.-Coaching in THEORY and SPEED. Special terms to students of evening classes (now closed). No quarterly bills.—T. B. GREENE'S Shorthand School, 19, Glebeland-street, Merthyr. MISCELLANEOUS SALES. POR SALE, Harmsworth Encyclopedia complete, quite new, oloth-bound, what offers.—M 62, Express Office, Merthyr. M 8 MARBLE Counter Slabs for Sale, 9ffc. by 2ft. and 7ft. by 2ft.; condition perfect,— ARTIICR DANIEL, Troedyrhiw. M 15 BLOUSES direct from Manufacturers—Cashmerctte, 2s. 6d.; Delaine. 3s. 6d.; Cashmere, 4s. 6d.; Merv Silk, 7s. 6d.; Jap Silk, 6s. 6d., 7s. 6d.; Lawn, 3s.—all exquisitely trimmed. State small, medium, or large.— DRBSS COMPART, St. Alban's Road, Swansea. M 8 \jUALL PAPERS from l$d. per Roll. Any quantity » » large or small, at Wholesale Prices. Our Stock exceeds 250,000 rolls, all classes. Write for Patterns stating class required.-Dept, 353, THE BARRETT WALL PAPER Co., LTD., Manchester. jy 10 MISCELLANEOUS WANTS. FURNITURE, &c—Wanted to purchase, any quantity of second-hand Furniture, highest prices given, and prompt cash paid by J. L. CUNNINGHAM, Auctioneer, 19, Glebeland-street, and Market Hall, Wellington-sweet, Merthyr. T.S. OLD Lead, Brass and Copper bought in anv quantity —Send particulars to JENKINS, Canal Wharf, Mer. thyr. T.S. MISCELLANEOUS. MADAME ELVIRA, F.C.S., Lond., Palmist, Phren- ologist, &c., whose invaluable advice is without doubt the greatest help to parents with young children, and to people anxious to change, travel, speculate, marry, or go abroad, is now receiving at her reception rooms— 13. Queen-street, Arcade, Cardiff. 3 5 RECRUITING.—Respectable Young Men, of good character, and desirous of jeining the* Army, or Special Reserves, should apply Sergeant W, MCNELI.Y, 5, Graham-street. Merthyr. Excellent prospects in all branches for well-conducted men. My 8 — _i GREY HAIR permanently and speedily restored to its original colour by using HARRISON'S HAIR COLOUR RESTORER. It is not a dye, but by natural means acts as a restorative. Contains nothing injurious. and is beneficial to the growth and beauty of the Hair, In bottles, price 1/6 (postage 3d. extra). Manufacturer —G. W. HARIUSON, Hahr Specialist, Reading, Agent for Pontmorlais, T. Jenkins, Chemist. Jv 17 CUTLET FRILLS. Boxes of 3 doz., best quality, 6S. per box or separately at 2d. per doz,—W# Souths 4F Sons, Oftce, Merthyr, MONEY. -4 LADIES and Gentlemen requiring Cash accommodation on their simple promise to repay ho\1ld apply direc; to Mr. KUIKR. 12, Taff-embiinkment, Cardiff. No lean too large: the striciet privacy observed fullest mfor¡¡;,atloIJ free of chllrge. M 8 MORTGAGE LOANS.— Persons who have bought houses, or require advances upon their properties, should apply to J. L. CrxKLxanAM, Auctioneer, who has several sums of money from £100 up to £2,000 for immedi. ate advance upon freehold or leasehold securities, at 4t and 5 per cent. 0/nces, 13, Glebeland-street, Merthye Tydfil. Tti DO. MORRIS, Auctioneer, The Square, Rhymney has several sums of money, uurjuiaiii^ in all to to place out for clients upon Leasehold or Free held Securities cent. T S "f" ONLY.—The Provincial Union Dauk coutin&el J-vJL to Lend largo sums daily irom £10 to £500 011 Note of Hand aloiie, or 011 any other approved se- curity, at a few hours' notice, to all class in any part of England and Wales, repayable by eajsy ili. stalments. With aud ithout securities. No good application is ever refused. All Communications Strictly Private. This business ha\ins been estab- lished a great many years, and conducted in ae honourable and straightforward manner, has grown to bo one of the best known and largest in the king- dom, the uniform courtesy and prompt. attention of our officials having gained the confidence and recoin- mendalions of our numerous customers. If desired one oi our oiffcials will attend at applicant's rcsi- deuce with cash, and carry out the advance With- out Delay. Call or write to the Manager, Western Branch, Mr. STANLEY DOWDING, 1, Queen-square. Bristol; or to the Local Agents, Messrs. ARM- STRONG & FRANCIS. 19. Duke-street. Cardiff. THE CHARING CROSS BANK: ESTABLISHED 1870. < CARDIFF BRANCH: 73 ST. MARY STEEET. Head Ofbees 2b, Bedford-street, Strand, London W C & 39, Bishopsgate-street Within, London, E.C. Branches- Manchester, Liverpool. Leeds, Bristol, etc. Assets,£1,607,949; I.iabilities,£1,23ó.871; Surplus,£371,078 LOANS of £30 to £2.000 granted at a few notice in town or country, on personal securitv." jew« lery, precious stones, stocks, shafes and nltu.e, without removal. Stocks and Shares Boueht and Sold. 2 £ per cent, allowed on Current Account Balances.' DEPOSITS of £ 10 and upwards received nniW) Subject to 3 m'nths' notice of withdrawal, 5 p.c, per Subject to 6 m'nths' notice of withdrawal, 6 p.c. per a.n« Subject to 12 m'nths' notice of withdrawal, 7 p.c. per Special terms (longer periods). Interest paid quarterly Owing to the nature of our investments, we are: able to pay rates of interest ou deposits that will: compare favourably with dividends paid on almost any class of stock or shareholding insuring the safety of capital. We havo been established for 39 years, and our position in the banking world to- day testifies to the success of our business methods.1 and t-o the satisfaction of our customers. «; call for prospectus. WILLIAMS and H. J. TALL. Joint Msncnn, THE MERTHYR AND DISTRICT FINANCE- COMPANY (RECISTERED BY ACT OF PARLIAMENT). GRANr Loans from £ 5 upwards to respectalilfl householders, farmers, tradesmen etc., at m low rate of interest. Forms free. All application1* treated in strict confidence. Country sDulicatiAM receive prompt attention. MANAGER. 94, PONTMORLAIS]. £5 UPWARDS ADVANCED tc respectable householders and others on note of band" alone. Reasonable interest and repayments suitaBly 1 arranged. Country applications receive prompt atten-* tion. Special terms to Farmers. All transactions treated with strictest confidence. i Apply personally or by letter to the MANAOKR. THfl- STAR LOAN COMPANY, 12, Newcastle-street (near Town Hall), Merthyr Tydfil. l Attendanee-12 noon to 2 p.m.; 6 to 8p.m. daily.* — — The Merthyr and Dowlais) Permanent Money Society Registered under the Friendly Societies' Act. The First! The Largest! The Bestl MILBQURNE CHAMBERS, MERTHYR. LOANS are'made-without delay to' Trades*; people a.nd other Persons in Regular ElDploymenb upom a simple Promissory Note, with the follow" .ing easy Terms of Repayment:— s. i. For it £10 ZistQ the Repayments are l a weekh). ■> ^20 „ m M 2 2 „ 4* -v. jvi, < c XtK. <W10.YU l" the g ciety dur.*tf 19<Mi. 1907. £ s. ill. £ s. 7_ Cash received s 6114 0 11 7129 11 8 Total Loans 2942 0 0 3447 5 a Matured Shares paid out 2202 15 2 4426 13 6 Dividends declared 1061 0 6 1160 15 61 Bonus Credited to Members 222 18 6 242 16 6 Total Assets 12711 14 6 14457 < I) Number of Members 1020 ma Applications for Loans received at any time-fay the Secretary—r CHARLES L. STEWART," ? Mil bourne Chamber? (under theClockl. 1 MERTHYR TYDFIL. J For PRIVATE CASH ADVANCES" Apply to— ALBERT E. GA" i At his private honse, 30, St. George's Terrace, Swansea. Mr. Gash is prepared to advance to respectable persons loans from £10 to any amonnt, upon theie, own Note of Hand, withont Sureties or Bill ofl Sale. INTENDING BORROWERS in applying to Mr. Gash, have the satisfaction of knowing with whom they are dealing, for Mr. Gash trades under bis own name, and not under an assumed name, neither does he trade as aU Company <x; na: called U Ba.nk." ;0,- PLEASE NOTE ADDRESS— "5 30, ST. GEORGE'S TERRACE. i WALTER ROAD, SWANSEA. j -2 WHY PAY HOUSE RENTj WHEN YOU CAN BECOME. YOUR OWN LANDLORD. For particulars apply to the 1 MERTHYR AND DOWLAIS BUILDING. SOCIETY. Loans advanced in sums from £100 to""£lOOOO [Easy Repayments. Favourable Redemption! Terms. Utmost Secrecy. Loans on Buildings in 1 course of construction. No Management charges* Chairman JOHN PLEWS, Esq., J.T. Secretary Mr. DAVIDDAVIES, mebe-" and House, Merthyr Tydfi THE MILBOURNE PERMANENT BUILDING SOCIETY, Incorporated vmder the Buildmg Societies Acts. A SAFE AND SOUND INVESTMENT r FOR SAVINGS. INVESTMENT SHARES £10 EACH— Payable in Full or by Instalments. Interest 4 per cent. per annum—Free of Income Tax. Shares may be withdrawn at any time on giving One Month's Notice. LOANS in sums of £100 to £1,000 are made, to enable persons to buy House Property, or to persons requiring Advances on Property already in their possession. Re-payab!e by easy Monthly or Quarterly Instalments, or on such other terms as the Directors may approve. DEPOSITS, in amounts of jB5 and upwards received, at 3 per cent. per annum. Full Prospectus may be obtained from the Secretary, CHAS. L. STEWART, Melbourne Chambers, Merthyr Tydfil THE TREDEGAR & DISTRICT Permanent Money Society Registered under the Friendly Societies' Act. TjAnric can be obtained by Tradesmen andothe Mvauo Persons in Regular Employment upon a Promissory Note on Easy Terms, namely :— s. d. For a jSio Share tho Repayments are l 2 weeWjfc £ 20 „ „ „ 2 2 „ h £ 50 „ 3 2 „ >• £ 40 „ „ 4 2 w £ 50 5 2 „ 'Applications for Loans received at any time by ihf < Secretary :— THOMAS JONES, 86, Commercial Street, Tredegar. Bianch omçe; BBRXHCAB IMRACS, EBBW YALE