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Established over Half-a-Oentury. Auction Mart, Court Street, MERTHYli TYDFIL. j WYNDHAM J. PRICHARD, (follow of the Auctioneers' Institute), Auctioneer, Valuer and Estate Agent, PROPERTY SALES CONDUCTED. VALUATIONS of EVERY DESCRIPTION MADE. AGENT FOR ALL THE PRINCIPAL tiTEE, FIRE, ACCIDENT AND BURGLARY INSURANCE COMPANIES. 369. WEDNESDAY, MAR. 2nd, 1910. Auction Mart, Court Street, MERTHYR. ttTR OF RELTAHLE AND HOUSEHOLD fDIiNITHRT!. PIANO, TIRR GLASSES and EFFECTS, consigned for Sale. MESSRS. H. W. Harris & Son Din. WYNDHAM J. PRICHARO, Fellow of the Auctioneers' Institute), WILL SELL BY AUCTION at their spacions ar.'J convenient AnfMoz Mart, ns' HHS!™' wE'>Nfesn»y WVKRY MONTH, a large and varied assortment of very superior Mouoefcolrl Fumitoi-e and Goods parked or stored free of cbarge. and every tare taken to give satisfaction. Tha Sale will commence at Two o'clock in the Afternoon. fanctnal attendance is respectfully requested. Anctionsers' Offices. The Mart. Merthyr TydSl ESTABLISHED 1875 J. LLOYLT ATKINS (Fellow of the Auctioneers' Institute), j AUCTIONEER, VALUER, ACCOUNTANT HOUSE AND ESTATE AGENT & INSURANCE BROKER. ^ELLIFAEIiOG COTTAGE, DOWLAIS I filiations r Probate. Administrations, and Mort I gages, also for Transfer of Hotels, Inns, Ac } Agent for the White Star and AmerIcan LInes Steamships. Also the Dominion Line to Canada. PROMPT SETTLEMENTS ENSURED J. L. CUNNINGHAM i AUCTIONEER, ACCOUNTANT, •VALUER & FINANCIAL AGENT,V 19, CLEBELAND STREET, MERTHYR TYDFIL. Speciality—MORTGAGE LOANS •" ABSOLOiuU.Y NO RESERVET DRilL HALL, Merthyr Tydfil. Mr. J. L. Cunningham HAS been favoured with instructions to remove to above Hall and SELL BT PUBLIC AUCTION, on WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 9th, 1910, at 2.30 o'clock in the afternoon and 7 o'clock in the evening, a large quantity of SUPERIOR HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, specially removed for convenience of Sale, a.nd cniefiy comprising four Dining a.nd Drawinc room Suites in Plush, Tapestry and Leather, Walnut Bedroom Suite, A First-Class Piano, oy noted makers) massive Oak and Walnut Side- boards, Washstands and Dressing Tables, Kitchen Dressers, Wool, Wire and Box-spring Mattresses, Chest of Drawers, Hall Stands, Fenders, i F?re-proof Safes, Bedsteads, Toilet Ware, Couches, Tablea. ChairST Clocks, Overmantels, Fire Irons, Pictures and, numerous other articles. On view morning of Sale. Sales at 2.30 and 7 o'clock.! Auctioneer's Offices: 19, Glebeland-streeet, Mer-I thyr Tydfil. Assembly Room, Bush Hotel, MERTHYR TYDFIL. Mr. Isaac Wilks WILL SELL by PUBLIC AUCTION, in the above Room, on THURSDAY, February 10th, 1910, a large quantity of vety attraotif* ana Well- made Household Furniture and Effects, Comprising three very superior drawing-roota suites, Cottage piano by Broadwood, solid maho- gany dining table, grandfather clock, genuine old oak and mahogany furniture and other antique nafn«nenB* A^brass bedsteads, china cabinet, oil etchings, and other articles too numerous •Sale to commence at 2-30 and 7.30 p.m. Vnr fn fi,Vlew ^ay P'01' to Sale. :14 GÍetnrlthedr particulars apply to the Auctioneer e an -street, l\ícl'thyr Tytlfil. TON-a & C0B0N, 'AUCTIONEERS, VALUERS, GAU GEES BROKERS, 4c. Tf HEAD OJTICI v *'f Auctior Chambers, Brynmawr. TEL.: P,O. 18- Bales of every description arrangetr for with prompt settlement. Valuations for Transfer, Probate, or Mortgage exped-tiously completed. LICENSING BUSINESS A SPECIALITY. F. A. PHILLIPS, l AUCTIONEER, ACCOUNTANT, VALUER & HOUSE AGENT. Auditor under the Friendly Societies Act, 1896, and the Industrial and Provident Societies Act, 1893. ÅRenb for tbe chief Life, Fire, and Accident Insurance Companies. — «F3ficz: 134, Victoria Street, MERTHYR TYDFIL. — ALLAN LINE TO CANADA. UNDER GOVERNMENT (CONTRACT FOR '— CONVEYANCE CANADIAN MAILS. EXPRESS TURBINE STEAMERS. 'LIVERPOOL Grampian. Feb. 10 LONDON (Via Havre) Pomeranian Feb. 16 Weekly Service from Liverpool at Low Rates, all ''Classes; also from London 2nd and 3rd Classes only; Unsurpassed accommodation. Apply ALLAN LINE. 19, James-street, Lipernool- Si. Pall MaU. S.W., and 103, Leadenhall-street, London' E.C.; or Local Agents. WHTTE STAR LINE n ROYAL MAIL STEAMERS. LARGEST STEAMERS IN THE WORLD BUILDING SOUTHAMPTOK-CHERBOURG- QUEENSTOWN-NEW YORK. BOYAL and UNITED STATES MAIL SERVICE, Calling at Queenstown Westbound, and Plymouth Easthound. OCKAXIC Wed., Feb. 9 "PHILADELPHIA, Wed.,Feb. 16 And Regularly Thereafter. American Line Steamer. Xiverpool—Queenstown. j Liverpool-Queenstown New York. I „ Boston. BALTIC Saturday, Feb. 51 CYMRIC Wed., April 6 LAURBKTIC, Saturday, Feb. 19 ZKKI,AND Wed., April 20 And Regularly Thereafter. CANADA. WHITE STAR-DOMINION SERVICE. LIVERPOOL-QUEBEC-MONTREAL. Largest Steamers in the Canadian Trade. Regular Weekly Sailings will be Resumed in April next. DOMINION LINE. LIVERPOOL—HALIFAX-PORTLAND. Thurs., Mar. 3 For further particulars apply to Local Agents; or to-ISM AY, IMRIE & CO., 30. James-street Liver- .001; Southampton: 1, Cockspur-street. S.W., and 38. Leadenhall-street. London. E.C. (1UNARD LINE ROYAL MAIL ) STEAMERS. LARGEST AND FASTEST VESSELS IN THE WORLD. NEW STKAMEU' FR A.NOONIA," TWIN-SCRKW, 18,000 TOMS GROSS, NOW BUII,DING. LAROSST AND FASTRST STEAMERS ro BOSTON. F&OLT LIVERPOOL. VIA QUEENSTOWN. TO NEW YORK. T TO BOSTON, Campania Sat., Feb. 5 I Iveraia Tuea., Mar. 1 Urabria Sat., Feb. 12 | Ivernia Tues., Mar. 29 CANADA FAST ROUTB SnclAL RATES. For further particulars apply to Local Agents; or io THE CUNARD STEAMSHIP COMPANY. LTD., ,il:-ltr_1. AUCTION SUMMARY, Messrs. J. M. BERRY and SON. j Feb. 3—Leasehold Licensed Property, Residence and Cottages at Troedyrhiw. Feb. !>.—Leasehold Property at Aberfan. Feb. la—Leasehold Properties at Cefn-Coed. J. L. CUNNINGHAM. Feb. 9-Furniture and Safes, Drill Hall, Merthyr. Messrs. EDWARDS BROS. Feb. S-Leasehold Property a.t Dowlais. Messrs. H. W. HARRIS & SON. Mar. 2—Furniture at Auction Mart, Merthyr. Messrs. D. RICHARDS & CO. Feb. 15-Propertiei at Treherbert and Treoichyt Mr, ISAAC WILKS. Feb. 10th-Household Furniture at Merthyr. CERTCOECL SALE OF COTTAGE PROPERTIES. Messrs J. M, Berry & Son (Mr. H, SEYMOUR BURRV, A.A.I.), HAVE leceived instructions to SELL by PUB- M LIC AUCTION, at the STATION HOTEL, Cefn-Coed, on TCESDAY, 15th February, 1910, at 7.30 p.m. (subject to the Common Form Conditions of the Merthyr and Aberdare Incorporated Law Society), the following LEASEHOLD PROPERTIES, NAMELY :— LOTS 1 and 2. All those Dwelling-houses and Premises known as Nos. 353. and 36, Field-street Cefn-Coed, now in the occupation of monthly tenants. LoTS 3 AND 4.—Two Shares in Cefn-Coed Build- ing Club, representing Nos. 29 and 30, South-terrace, Cefn; on each Share there has been paid in the qum of £ 35.fl These Premises are held for a term of 99 years from 29th September, 1863, subject to the annual ground rent of 16s. Id., which will be appor- tioned. For further particulars apply to the Auctioneers' Offices, 30, Victoria-strect, Merthyr Tydfll; or to LL. REYNOLDS, Esq., Solicitor, Merthyr Tydfil. ABERFAN. IMPORTANT SALE OF A DESIRABLE DWELLING-HOUSE. Messrs J. M. Berry & Son (Mr. H. SEYMOUR BERRY, A.A.I.) HAVE received instructions to SELL BY PUBLIC AUCTION, at the GLANTAFF HOTEL, Troedyrhiw, on WEDNESDAY, February 9th, 1910, at Seven p.m. (immediately preceding the Sale of the Troedyrhiw Properties), subject'to the Common Form Conditions of the Merthyr and Aberdare Incorporated Law Society, the following LEASEHOLD PROPERTY, NAMELY:- All that Villa Residence, known as "BROOK- WOOD HOUSE," No. 67. Aberfan-road, Aberfan, now in the occupation of Mr. Bennett as a monthly tenant, at a rental amounting yearly to S22 15s., tenant paying rates and taxes. These Premises are held for a term of 99 years from the 29th day of September, 1891, subject to the annual ground rent of C2 Os. 6d. For further particulars, apply to the Auctioneers' Offices, 30, Victoria-street, Merthyr Tydfll; or to W. KNIGHT SMYTH, ESQ.. Solicitor, Merthyr Tydfil. TROEDYRHIW. IMPORTANT SALE OF A VALUABLE LICENSED PREMISES, VILLA RESIDENCE, WORKMEN S COTTAGES. BUILDING SITES, AND SHARES IN BUILDING CLUBS. Messrs J. M. Berry & Son (Mr. H. SEYMOUR BERRY, A.A.I.) HAVE received instructions to SELL BY PUBLIC AUCTION, at the GLANTAKK HOTEL, Troedyrhiw, on WEDNESDAY, February 9th. 1910, at Seven p.m. (subject to the Common Form Conditions of the Merthyr and Aberdare Incorporated Law Society), in the following or such other Lots as shall bo determined at the time of Sale the following Valuable LEASEHOLD PROPERTIES, Naiaely Oe- LOT 1.—All that valuable Inn, Dwelling-house, and Premises, known as the GLANTAFF HOTEL, TROEDYRHIW, now in the'occupation of M. Livsey, for a term of jrears expiring December 1st. 1910. LOT 2.—All that Valuable Detached Villa Resi- dence, standing in its own grounds, and known as Glyntaff House. Troedyrhiw, together with the excellently appointed Stables, Coach-house and Premises, in convenient proximity to the house. Vacant possession will be given on completion. Glyntaff House contains:—Basement—2 cellars, wine cellar; ground floor—back kitchen,kitchen, large pantry, breakfast-room, study, drawing- room. dining-room, china pantry, lavatory; 1st floor-6-bedroom- bath-room, LOTS 3, 4, 5. 6, 7. 8, 9 and IO.-All those Dwelling- houses and Premises, known as Nos. 24, 25, 26, 27, 28, 29, 30 and 31, Glantaff-road, Troedyrhiw, now in the occupation of monthly tenants at rentals amounting yearly to £ 1114s. each. LOT 11.—All that Dwelling-house and Premises, known as No. 1 Glanteff-ioaa, Troedyrhiw, now let on aquarterly tenancy at a rental amounting yearly to tenant paying rates. LOT J2.—All that Dwelling House and Premises, known as Na. 2, Glantaff-road, Troedyrhiw, now in the occupation of monthly tenants at rentals amounting yearly to £ 2016s. LOT IS.—AD that Dwelling-house and Premises, known as No. 3. Glantaff-road, Troedyrhiw, now in the occupation of monthly tenants at rentals amounting tiearly to £ 20 16s. fTbere will be included in this lot th6 Bakehouse, at present not occupied, and which adjoins the premises). LOT 14v—Ail that Valuable Building sita on the Glantaff-road and lying between No. 24. Glantaff. toad and the road leading to the Church, known as Cwmdu-road, on which Four Dwelling-houses could .beerected. LOT 15.—All that Valuable Building Site on the Glantaff-road, and lying between No. 3. Glantaff- road, and No. 6, Glantaff-road. and extending right back to the River, on which four Dwelling-houses could be erected. LOT 36.-All that valuable Building Site situated on the Glantaff road. Troedyrhiw, and lying between No. 1, Glantaff-road, and the.Bridge, on tHidoh two desirable Dwelling-houses could be jflpcted. LOT 17.-All that valuable Building Site situated in Cwmdu-road, and abutting on Church-street, at present used as a Lawn Tennis Ground, on which two Dwelling-houses could be erected. The whole of the above Premises are held for a term of 99 years from 1st May, 1909, and will be sold subject to the followingapportioned annual ground rents Lot 1. 18; lit 2, L3; Lot 3 to 13, S-1 each; Lot 14, 13; Lot 15, Y.3 10s.; Lot 16, £ 110s.; Lot 17, A2. LOTS 18 A19.—All those two Shares in the Glan- taff Building Club, representing Nos. 3 and 27, Carl ton-terrace, Troedyrhiw, on which there has been paid in Subscriptions in respect of each Share up to December 15th, 1909, the sum of £ 35. The Auctioneers wish to draw special attention of Brewers and others to Lot 1, as this is the only licensed premises in this rapidly-developing and prosperous district, and has an excellent reputa- tion; also to Lot 2, the house being in thorough repair, the accommodation commodious, and the outbuildings thoroughly up to date. For further particulars, Conditions of Sale and Ground Plans, apply to the Auctioneers' Omces 30, Victoria-street, Merthyr Tydfil; or to Messrs. GWILYM JAMES, CHARLES. AND DA VIES, Solicitors, Merthyr Tydfil. EDWARDS BROS., D. H. Edwards-Isaac Edwards, Auctioneers, Accountants, AND Estate Agents, ¡. CAMBRIA CHAMBERS, DOWLAIS, AXD CENTRAL CHAMBERS, OyER GUNSON'S STORES, HIGH STREET, MERTHYR TYDFIL. Please Note Change of Address of Merthyr Office. DOWLAIS. SALE OF COTTAGE AND SHOP. Messrs. Edwards Bros (D. H. Edwards-Issac Ed wards, F.A.I.. ARE instructed to offer for RALE by PUBLIC AUCTION, in the ROYAL EXCHANGE HOTEL, Dowlais. at 7.30 p.m. on TUESDAY, February 8th, 1910, all that LEASEHOLD PROPERTY, known as 58, MARY STREET, Dowlais. This Premises is held under two Leases, each for a term of 99 years from the 1st November, 185! subject to the total annual ground rent of £1 13s. For further particulars apply to < Messrs. ROBERTS, ROSSER & DA VIES, Solicitors, Pontypridd i or to the Auctioneers, Cambria Charobera.Dflwii.a", 9S Me-Nfcvj,- 'Jjraai, Ix ORDER TO CLOSE AN ESTATE. TREHERBERT & TRE0RCHY, RHONDDA VALLEY. Important Sale of LEASEHOLD VILLA RESI- DENCE. SHOPS, DWELLING-HOUSES, and iiUILDING CLUB SHARES. Messrs. D. Richards & Co. ARE favoured with instructions from the OL Executors of the Will of the late Mis. SARAH LLEWELYN to offer for SALE by PUBLIC AUCTION a further portion of the Estate, on TUESDAY EVENING, 15th day of February. 1910, at Five o'clock, at the BAGLAN HOTEL, Treherbert (subject to such conditions of Sale as thall be there and then read and declared), the following LEASEHOLD PROPERTIES, CONSISTING OF LOT t.-All that valuable Villa Residence known ) as 'Pencelli,' Bute-street, Treherbert. now let sub- ject to a lease for a term of 7 years commencing from the 29th day of September, 19%, now in the occupation of B. P. Wigan, Esq., at the annual rental of £ 45, tenant paying rates and taxes. This Lot is held for a term of 99 years from the 2nd day of February, 1904, at the yearly ground rent of C3 4s. LOT 2.—All those Two Messuages or Dwelling- house,, adjoining Pencelli Villa, and known as Nos. 55 and 56 Bute-street, Treherbert, now in the occu- pation of Messrs. Edward Thomas and Morgan Da vies, at a lunar monthly rental of £1 and £ 1 2s. respectively. This Lot is held for a term of 99 years from the 2nd day of February, 1858, at the yearly ground rent of 12. LOT 3.-All that Messuage or Dwelling-house known as 77 Bute-street, Treherbert, now in the occupation of Mr. David Williams, at the lunar monthly rental of £1 5s. This Lot is held for a term of 99 years from the 2nd day of February, 1876, at the yearly ground rent of £2 2s. LOT 4—All that Messuage or Dwelling-house known as No. 78 Bute-street, Treherbert, now in the occupation of Mr. Edwin Harris, at the lunar monthly rental of 21 8s. This Lot is held for a term of 99 years from the 2nd day of August, 1878, at the yearly ground rent of Q2 5s. LOT 5—All those Seven Messuages or Dwelling- houses known as Nos. 1 to 7 inclusive Eleanor- street, Treherbert, now let to Mr. James Thomas and others at the lunar monthly rental of 18,. each. LOT 6.—All that Shop and Premises known as No. 9i Baglan Street, Treherbert, now in the occupation of Mr. Idris Morgan, at the lunar monthly rental of 30s. LOT 7.—All those Four Messuages or Dwelling. houses known as Nos. 94,95,96 and 97 Baglan-streeb, Treherbert. new in the occupation of Mr. Thomas Edwards and others. >- Lots 6, 6, and 7. are held for a term of 99 years from the 20th day of April, 1857, at the yearly ground rent of 97, which will be apportioned at the time of Sale. LOT 8.—All those two Messuages or Dwelling- houses known as Nos. 18 and 19, Raglan-street, Treherbert, now in the occupation of Mr. David Jayne and another, at the lunar monthly rental of 22s. each. This Lot is held for a term of 99 years from the 29th day of September, 1866, at the yearly ground rent of 12 13s. 6d. LOT 9.—All that Messuage or Dwelling-house known as 58, Dumfries-street, Treherbert, now in the occupation of Mr. J. R. Jones, at the lunar monthly rental of BL This Lot is held for a term of 99 years from the 2nd day of August, 1866, at the yearly ground rent of 14s. LOT IO.-All that valuable Shop and Premises known as Baglan House," Nos. 163, Bute-street, Treorchy, now let subject to a lease for a term of seven years, commencing from the 1st day of Janu- ary, 1907, now in the occupation of Messrs. Thomas Bros., at the yearly rental of £ 3019s., tenant paying rates and taxes. LOT 11.—All that valuable Shop and Premises known as No. 154, Bute-street. Treorchy, now let subject to a lease for a term of seven years, com- mencing from the 1st day of January, 1907, now iu the occupation of Mrs. Mary Morgan, at the yearly rental of 126. LOT 12 —All those two Messuages or Dwelling- houses known as Nos. 155 and 156, Bute-street, Treorchy, now in the occupation of Mr. W. Cooper and another, at the lunar monthly rental of 41 Is. each. Lor IS.—All those six Messuages or Dwelling- houses known as Nos. 157, 158,159, 160, 161 and 162, Bute-street, Treorchy, now in the occupation of t Mr. Josiah KinRaY and others, at the lunar monthly rental of £ 1 each. Lots 10,11,12 and IS, are held for a term of 99 years from the 2nd day of February, 1858, at the yearly ground rent of £ 10, which will be appor- tion,a at the time if Sale. I Uti L- xi '7iv(r ^laf-S (represented by five iioures) in the Hendrewen (Blaenycwm) Building Club, such houses are sitn«t»e and known as Nos. 4 and 9, School-street, No. 1.9, DiHys-fctreet. No. 5, Llewellyn- street, and 46, Hendre.A,e; -road. an in Blaenycwm, Treherbert, upon Contributions have been paid to date. further cjutr-outions will be payable thereon. Premises comprised in the several Lots are sub- stantially built, and are c-atrally situated in a rapidly increasing lilgfcrieS. The Property will always command noo<i fcenfcafcs, and would prove a very desirable invwfcmsai. For further partianJars. ATvir- very desirable invwfcmsai. For further partianJars. apply— Messrs. TREE.4JRNK A TREHARNE, Solicitors, Pentre; Or to the Auctioneers, METROPOLITAN BANK CHAMBERS, Pentre. County Borough of Merthyr Tydfil. TO MARINE STORE DEALERS. fUHE Council Invite Tenders for the Right Of JL Removing Saleable Materials from their te t P Refuse Tips sitnate at Plymouth-road, Merthyr. Tenders, endorsed Refuse Tip," stating the rent offered per annum, and the number of years ten- dered for, must reach the undersigned not later than t;he 19th in a ANEURYN REES, Town Clerk. 3rd February, 1910. — —— —a County Borough of Merthyr Tydfil; TO BUILDERS. TENDERS are invited for the ERECTION of a Cottage, Stabling, Walling, Ac., on the E«tafce of W. T- Crawshay, Esq., near tho lower end of the Gurnos-road, Cyfarthfa Park. Plans and Specification may be seen, and further parti- culars obtained, upon application to the Borough and Specification may be seen, and further parti- culars obtained, upon application to the Borough Engineer Sealed tenders, endorsed "Cyfarthfa Cottage." must reach the undersigned not later thThe" Councilll<30 n0^ themselves to accept the lowest or any ten ^jjEUKYN RKEg) Town Clerk. Town Hall, Merthyr Tydfil, 3rd February. 1910. Merthyr Tydfil Education Committee. SCHOOL STATIONERY. T-m\TTM?T?c! invited for thi6 Supply of School s^nnery-about £ 800 per anniim-in quan- .c aa reauired, Quarterly—for 12 Months, from 31sV March^next-comprising^about two-fifths of Rnnks. about two-fifths of General School ^S»rv^xercise and Drawing Books excepted) fml aho,ftone-flfth of Kindergarten Materials. Tender to ?tate tb^D^sco^ allowed off Cata- l0?he(:Committee do not wish to be limited to „ f,?rmi any particular Catalogue. Sealed fender to be forwarded by ?2nd February to the Clerk, Education Committee, Town Hall, Merthyr Tydhi. Mountain Ash Urban District Council, TO CONTRACTORS. T-av rvvinril invite TENDERS for the execu- lPRIVATE STREET WORKS in a of Woodland-street, Mountain Ash, near the Quarry> and the j qnecification may be seen and Forms Bills of Quantities obtained on appli- MR W G. THOMAS, Surveyor, Town Half, iZ A XUMDAT. the M S^edyTender3. prepaid and endorsed "Wood- 'io«!r "\n be sent to tne so that they may be UtTc than Ten o'clock in the Fore- the 22nd day of February, 1910. ^The Council do not bind tnemselves to accept ^rnn^ctorsawLllThedrequired to pay their work- 1. P. LINTON, Clerk to tbe Council. Town Hall, MountAin Ash. January 28th,1910. Printing Business. run h<» Sold as a going concern, the old estab- TO- I A berdare—for nearly 50 years-by the late Mr. Jenkin Howell, and now by Mrs. Howell, together wlfh the said Leasehold Premises, comprisingA TObsfantiS Printing Works, Dwelling-house and Shori situate in the very centre of the Town. For naviculars and further information apply to P £ s THOS. PHILLIPS & SON, Messrs. Solicitors, Aberdare. Febraary, 1910- For Sale or To Let, DESIRABLE FAMILY RESIDENCE with Oma- mental jriend*, commodious and well-arranged, fitted with j-as, hot cold w&ter, Ac., known as Stafford Kotis* Tredegti-, within a rsw rtiinutes walk of Tredegar Station.—For further pariiffuUre *.pp!y to MefcTS. TOJfvl & COBON, j ,¡.it)r.f"f:>, Brynuafcwf or to Www fiill.Lirsi At SON, < -a) To the Electors of the I Merthyr Parliamentary Boroughs. G ENTLKMEN", I wish to thank you for the confidence in me which YflU have expressed by nic-ans of the yreaicst Progressive majority in the kingdom; and to thank the workers, ladies and gentlemen alike, who by their enthusiastic voluntary assistance so materially contributed to the splendid result. I will serve you as efficiently as I can, in the hope that your expectations may be fulfilled. I am, Yours very faithfully, ? EDGAR R. JONES. GLAMORGAN COUNTY COUNCIL PROPOSED TRAINING COLLEGE AT BARRY. THE Education Committee of the County Council invite Architects who have been in practice for ten years, and have been established in the County or one of the County Boroughs therein for not loss than seven years, and who, during that period, have had experience in super- intending the erection of important buildings, to send in Competitive Designs in accordance with Conditions which may bo obtainedoby them on application to the Clerk of the County Council, at the County Offices. Westgate-street. Cardiff, with a view to the selection by them of an Architect to carry out the erection of a Training College for 130 resident women students and 20 day students. The Committee will be assisted in considering the Designs sent in bv Mr. Henry T. flap F.R I.B.A.. of 13, Hart-street, Bloomsbury Sqs&re, London, and the authors of the five Designs tliat are placed first by him will be paid a fee of 115 15s. each, subject to such fee being merged into the commission to be paid to any oae of the five who may be selected as the Architect to carry out the work. Architects desiring to have the Conditions must, in making their application, furnish particulars shewing that they como within the above limita- tions; but the fact of the Conditions being handed to them is not to bo deemed a conclusive deter- mination that they are so qualified in Ua6 Com- petition. T. MANSEL FRANKLEN, Clerk of the County Council. January 21st, 1910. County Borough of Merthyr Tydfil. BYE-LAWS AS TO THE DECENT CONDUCT OF PERSONS USING SANITARY CONVENIENCES. "VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Council ill for the County Borough of Merthyr Tydfil intend to apply to the Local Government Board, I after the expiration of one calendar month from the date of the publication of this notice, for con- firmation of certain Bye-laws as to the decent con- duct of persons using sanitary conveniences. The said Bye-laws will be deposited in the Town Hall, Merthyr Tydfll, the offices of the County Borough Council, for one calendar month after the publication of this notice, and before application for confirmation is made, as aforesaid, and will be open during office hours, thereat, to Oho inspection or the ratepayers of tbe Borough to which such Bye- laws relate without fee or reward. I, the undersigned, will, ?P°n the application of any such Ratepayer, fnrnish him with a copy of such proposed Bye-laws, or any part thereof, on payment of sixpence for every hundred words contained in such copy. Dated this 29th day RRES, Town Clerk. Ebbw Vale Urban District Council. MPHE above Council invite applications for the _I_ appointments of an ASSISTANT and CLERK iu the Assistant Overseer's and Collector's Depart- ment. The Assistant will be paid a salary at the rate of £120 per annum, and the Clerk a salary at the rate °f £ '8 per an vrnm. Candidate* must be over the age of 21 years, and residents within the Urban District. Saocessf il candidates are required to devote their who.e time to their respective duties, and will not be permitted to engage in other pursuits or callings. Applications. aocoB<p»nled by three recent testi- monials, MaOQia be enclosed, in a sealed envelope, and endorsed on the outside "Assistant" or ¡ Clerk," as the case may be, should be delivered at my Office not later than Four p.m. on MONDAY, the 14th February, 1910. Canvassing, director indirect, will be a disquali- i flcation.. „ Dated this 2nd day of February, 1910. THO. HUGHES, Clerk, Ebbw Vale Urban District ConncJL THO. HUGHES, Clerk, Ebbw Vale Urban District ConncJL 1- Urban District of Tredegar. AUDIT OF ACCOUNTS. VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Amfit I* of the Accounts of the Receipts and Expen- diture of the Urban District Council of. Tredegar, ] for the Year ended the 3lst day of March, 1909, wili I be held by M. D. Propert, Esquire, the Auditor of 1 Accounts, of the Glamorganshire Audit District, at I the Offices of the Council, at Bedwellty House, j Tredegar, on Wednesday, the 23rd day of February, 11910, at 10.15o'clock in the forenoon. AND NOTICE IS FURTHER GIVEN that a í Copy of suchaccounts. duly made up and balanced, • together with all Rate Books, Account Books, I Deeds, Contracts, Accounts, Vouchers, and Re- I ceipts mentioned or referred to in such Accounts, < will be deposited at the above-mentioned Offices, and be open, during office hours thereat, to the inspection of all persons interested, for seven clear i (lays before such Audit, and all such persons shall be at liberty to take copies of, or extracts from the same, without fee or reward. Pated this 2nd day of February, 1810. H. J. C. SflEPARD, Clerk to the Council. | Merthyr General Hospital. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the ANNUAL MEETING OF THE GOVERNORS OF THE HOSPITAL will be held in the HOSPITAL, on THURSDAY, February 10th. 1910, at Half-past Seven o'clock in the Evening, to receive the ANNUAL REPORT of the EXECUTIVE BOARD, the ANNUAL STATEMENT of ACCOUNTS, the ANNUAL MEDICAL REPORT, and any other business. < Signed, JOHN PLEWS, Chairman. R. R. DAVIS, Secretary. annary 28th, 1910. Re THOMAS DAVIES, Deceased, LATE OF PANDY FARM, MERTHTR. mENDERS are invited for the STOCK, I EFFECTS and GOODWILL of Posting and Jobmaster formerly carried on by Deceased at the Stables of the Castle Hotel and Bush Hotel, Mer- thyr Tydfll, including the Tenant's interest in the respective premises. For Inventory, particulars and order to view, apply Mrs., DA VIES, Paady Farm, Merthyr Tydfil. South Wales and Monmouthshire Truant School. TO BUILDERS AND CONTRACTORS. TENDERS are invited for the Construction of a Swimming Bath as per Plan and Specification, to be aen at the office of Mr. C. M. Davies, Archi- tect, High-street, Merthyr. Sealed tenders, endorsed;" Swimming Bath," to be sent, by the 23rd February. 1910 to the Secretary, E. STEPHENS, Town Hall, Merthyr TydfiL To Builders and Contractors. TENDERS are invited for the Erection of Twenty-two Terrace Houses in three blocks, and Fix pairs of Semi-detached Villa9, together with be construction of roads, sewers, and surface con' watei drains, on the Meyrick Estate, Gwaelody- garth Field, Merthyr Tydfil (near to proposed new entrance to Cyfarthfa Castle grounds), for the Grove Building Club. Dra,wings and Specifications can be seen and Forms of Tender obtained at the Office of the undesigned on and after the 2nd proximo. Sealed Tenders, endorsed Grove Building Club," to be sent to MARTIN EVANS. Esq.. Solicitor High-street, Merthyr Tydfil, not later than 6 p.m. on the 28th proximo. The lowest or any Tender not necessarily acccpted, T. EDMUND REES, Arciutect and Surveyor. Merthyr Tydfll. January 28th, 1910. THE BOROUGH MONEY SOCIETY. OrriCBS19, GLEBELAND STREET, MERTHYR TYDFIL. "VfONEY ADVANCED TO TRADESMEN, WORK- IrJL MEN AND OTHERS^upon the security of a Proinisi ory Note on the following EAST terms of repay- ment S-10 Share, repayment Is. 2d. per week. £ 20 „ „ 2s. 2d. „ £ 30 „ „ 3s. 2d. £ 40 „ „ 4. 2d. „ £ 50 5s. -2d. Person9 desirous.of taking investing Shares In this Society should do so immediately, as there is a reat demand for these Shares. APPLICATIONS for loans or investing shares niust be made to the Secretary, J. L, CUNNINGHAM, AUCTIONEER, MERTHYR TYIDFI4 Nat. Tel. 245. ROOHO LAce Desert Papeitf in o: ioJci.. jn. Beactifotty wkihossej, assorted ia a&itu' tia. tvtr box, l»d. exua.^fl, W, SwtfeW O.. ) Bedweilty Union. PLACING OF CHlLi>H.ttN WITa FOSTER- P AHEXTS. PT^HEIGnardians invite applications from persons $residing within the ITnion who are willing- to bring up and maintain as their own certain children at present in the Cotrage Homes at Tre- degar, in consideration of the payment by the Guardians to such persons of a weekly sum. Full particulars may be obtained from the under- signed. By order of the Guardians. H. J. C. SHEPARD. Clerk. Tredegar. 3rd February. 1910. • Bedwellty Union. CONTRACT Fun. CROCKERY. rETHE Guardians of the Bedwellty Union invite R Tenders for the supply of Crockery for the Workhouse and Cottage Homes during the next twelve months. Forms of tender and further particulars maybe obtained from the undersigned. The Guardians do not bind themselves to accept the lowest or any tender, and reserve the right of accepting the whole or any part of a tender. Sealed Tenders, endorsed Crockery," to be re- ceived by the undersigned, not later than 12 noon on Tuesday, the 15th instant, By order of the Guardians, H. J. C. SHEPARD, Clerk. Tredegar, 3rd February, 1910.
idgst 5tarriaps anb iMatjrs. The Charge for Advertisements under this Heading is Is. for 20 words, and 6d. for every additional 10 words or portion of 10- DEATHS. J*KKINS. — On the 27th January, 1910, at the Clarence Hotel, Folkestone, Kent, Thomas Geo. Jenkins, aged 46. PHILLIPS.—At Southerndown, February 1st, J. D. Phillips. mining engineer, third son of the late T. D. Phillips, of Bryntawe, Clydach and Beau- fort Iron and Tinplate Works, Morriston. Funeral Saturday at Cefn. Trairi arriving Mer- thyr 1 o'clock. Gentlemen only. IN MEMOKIAM. HARRY.—In loving memory of dear Gwladys, died Feb. 4th, 1904. One we loved, but could not save"- —Father and Mother. ACKNOWLEDGMENTS. BEDFORD.—The relatives of the late R. C. Bedford, late master roll-turner, D. I. Co., Dowlais, who died suddenly Jan. 26th last, at 41, Williams- place. Penydarren, desire 00 return kind sym- pathy expressed in letters and messages. JONES.—Mr. and Mrs. David Jones, Rock Villa, Ebbw Vale, desire to thank all friends for their kind expressions of sympathy in their sad bereavement, caused by the death of their beloved daugther Edith and also to tender their thanks to all those v.-ho sent fiovni tributes.
Advertisement Tariff roll SMALL PREPAID ADVERTISEMENTS. IHKXI six woaDL ONC1. TIMES. fUllS. s. d. a. d. i. d. 16 Words 1Ho" 06 10 n 1 6 24 Words 09 16 m 8 3 32 Words vm- 10 2 0 3 0 40 Words 1 3 vf 2 6 3 9 48 Wordll. 1 6 3 0 4 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 conditions is not complied with. the advertisement will be charged at double the above rate. APARTMENTS WANTED, Houses WAKTID, APARTMENTS TO LIT, MONEY WANTED, BnantMaM ro* SAM, 1118- CELLANEOCS SALIS, BUSINESSES WANTED, PIKTNHUHIPS WANTED. HOUSES TO LIT. SITUATIONS WAKTIB. PRIZE DRAWING and PERSONAL NOTICES are charged at double the above rates. SPECIAL NOTICE.—Applicants sending replies for Advertisements addressed to initials or fict tious names at this Office, are requested not to send original testimonials with their-applications, but to encioso copies only. ADVERTISERS using thisoftice as an address for A receiving replies to their advertisemente under nitials, etc., are requested to call for same, or enclose stamps for them r* be forwai^gji, .& .LI. PERSONAL. DAVID Jewits, o! Twyncarmel, fflwydyfagwyr, 9 Merthjr Tydfll, hereby give notice that 1 will not be responsible for any Debt or Debts contracted by wife, Annie Jones. January 29th, 191(1 F 19 NOTICE is hereby given that I, Thomas Williams, of 87, Penrhiwceiber-road, Penrhiwceiber, will not be responsible for any Debt incurred by my wife, Margretta Williams. Dated this 3rd day of February, 1910. F 5 HEREBY give Notice that I, David John Thomas, of 28, Garden-street, Merthyr, won't be responsible for any Debt contracted by my wife, Sarah Ann Thomas, 12, Iron-lane, Georgetown, Merthyr Tydfil, after shis date, February 1st, 1910. Signed by DAVID JOHN THOMAS. Wit- ness—Wattun^^ewis^28^Garden-street^Merthyr^FJ^ PRIZE DRAWINGS. INNING NUMBERS of Prize Drawing for Mr. Henry EUieridge, Bedwellty Pita—303, 293,1696, 980. 900, 1024, 1442, 1540, 920, 273, 894, 1012, 1402, 375, 1704, 99, 809, 474, 1262. 18.—Apply, C. A. CARTIR, See. F 5 WINNING NUMBERS, Edward Bluck, Penvwern.— 566. 104^ 1064, 322,1115,10, 913, 62, U, 801, 29, J 244.—GWIETM EVAHS, 4, Lower-row,, Peny vera, Dowlais, Secretary. F5 \m7 INNING Numbers of Prize Drawing for John f f Morgan, Penydarren:—431, 136,640, 73, 47, 235, 430, 244, 21, 3*2, 429, 275, 148, 477. All Prizes cot claimed j within 14 days will be forfeited.—J. T. JAMES, secretary, 40, Council-street, Penydarren, Merthyr. F 5 THE Prize Drawin; of Henry Davies, Blaen-Dowlais, JL is postponed until Feb. 15th. The Winning Num- bers will appear in the Merthyr Express" the same j: week (Feb. luthl. F 5 INNING NUMBERS of Mr. Edward Morgan, Bar- e m goed-terrace, Deri, Prize Drawing.—598, 539, 554. 1667. 301, 499, 551, 585, 1274, 490, 1559, 179, 1712, 1478, 1741,147, 324, 533, 1037, 534, 567, 612, 1671. 1660, 1009, 1352,1464, 1482, 457.—JOHN DA VIES, 8, Cambrian- street, Deri, via Cardiff, Feb. 2nd, 1910. F 5 LOST AND FOUND. STRAYED to PcDgraigtaff Farm, Treharris, since beginning of August, two mountain ponies, one black one brown no marks seen. If not claimed within 21 days will be sold to defray expenses.—LLOVD. F 5 SERVANTS WANTED. WANTED, in small Family, a respectable Girl, about 16 to sleep home.—Apply 4, Church-street, Merthyr. F OUNG Girl Wanted to mind Child.—Pnwra.t. a nP«i Merthyr. F 12 WANTED, a good general Servant.—Apply, Cow- BRIDOB ARMS, Merthyr Tydfll. F 12 WANTED, a good General washing and ironing small family.—Apply, Mrs. MORRIS, 4, Graig- terrace, Dowlais. F 12 ANTED good general Servant, able to wash and do plain cooking, references required.—Apply. M 175, Merthyr Express." F 5 WANTED two good General Servants, one able to do plain cooking.—Apply, Royal Exchange, Dowlais. F5 APPRENTICES WANTED. RT. JONES 4 Co., Drapers, Merthyr TydfiL have several vacancies for boys as apprentices. F 19 "ANTED, Apprentice to the Coachpainting DAVTKS, Coaciibuilder, Merthyr.$•5 SITUATIONS WANTED. SHARP Lad seeks situation as Errand Rov or uiv useful work.-Apply, M 176, Exprero Office! flierwDyc. F 5 SITUATIONS VACANT. WANTED, Junior Clerk, shorthand essential; state salary.—Apply M 179, "Express" Office, Mer- thyr. P5 APARTMENTS TO LET. TWO Large, unfurnished or furnished. Rooms to Let- fa. and c. bath, lavatory.—3, Tynycoed Penv- darren. 'f 19 ONE or Two unfurnished rooms to Let, no children — Apply, MJ80, •' Express Office, Merthvr. F 5 FURNISHED, front Sitting-room and Bedroom suit suit FURNISHED, front Sitting-room and Bedroom suit Gentleman bath and lavatory; Bryng'oleu Gwendoline-street, near Hospital, Merthyr. M \2 LODGINGS for two or three respectable voune Men — Apply, 27, Glebeland-street, Merthyr." p 5 TO LET, comfortable Sitting-room and bedroom • board or otherwise, near station —53, Up, Thomas-' street, Merthyr. pg6 HOUSES TO LET. NO. 2, Union-street, to let; possession February 13tb Apply, Mr. DAVIES, 39, Gvvaelodvgarth Terrace' Merthyr Tydfil. p ]g TO LET, 4, Monumental Terrace, Cefn, to respectable, clean, honest, family with furniture.—THOMAS' Canolfryn, Celn. F 12 TO LET.—No. 39, William-street, Twynyrodyn; im- JL mediate possession.—Apply GENT, 4, Phillip-terrace Mary-street, Merthyr. F 5 TO LET, two semi-detached Villas, The Grove The Walk, Merthyr.—Apply DAVIES, 20, Park-place, Merthyr. F 5 HOUSE to Let; immediate possession.—Apply, W. WHITE, 114, High-street, Merthyr. F 5 HOUSES AND LAND FOR SALE. FOR Sale two Semi-detached Villas, situated in he JF rapidly developing neighbourhood ef Ystrad Mynach, pleasantly situated near station. Exceptionally tvell built, modern conveniences. — Particulars apph", E&XKST E. HAM. Auctioneer, Maesyowmmer. F 12" i'AOZ SAi^fi, oseap, 24 and 25, Greer, field-ter £ oeti — Api>iy, Psuwwrs, 4% Bryuheulog -EifcOT., qpjfofllfp, miwt, k L2 BUSINESS FOR DISPOSAL. FOR Sale a weii established and flourishing Black- smith's Business in the Rbymney Valley, four ha-nds employed regularly, commodious premises with all machinery applicable to the trade complete. Good reasons fr disposal. -Api)ly, ERXEST E. HAM, Auctioneer, Bar<;oed and Maesycwmmer. F 12 BUS'NESS premises RtQuu-itc. CiMALii Shop or part or one Wantea for light, clean lio Jtiasiueas 111 centre of town High-street prererrtu. -1 181, Lipiess Oiiice, Mertn; r. F 5 A BUSINESS PREMISES TO LET. f SMtytDYlttlny. New Shops to let, in best position JL fcu'c Chemist, Fruiterer, Kesumraut, Fresh ilea «=te.— Apply Arumr Daniel, Troedyrhiw. F 19 LARGE Room, suitaoie for Ciubs or Sales, to Let.— App!y Court Arms, ilerthyr. F 13 £ k Large Room to Let, suitable for Clubs or Offices. v/ aide door.—Apply, 55, Castle-street, Merthyr. Fo i ■ L £ T, Bakehouse, with Stable and Coach-house) in i. Yew-street.—MITCHSLL, Angel Buildings, Merthvr. F 19 TO LET, the old established Hairdresser's Shop and House in the occupation of Mr. James Berry, Mill- street, Trecynon, Aberdare. shortly to become vacant.— Apply, EVANS, Traianglas Vicarage, bennybridge, Brecon- shire. F 12 HOUSE and Shop, 27, Castle-street, Merthyr; good position, excellent large room at rear, formerly used as tailors' workroom. -WILLIAMS, "Tyst" Office, Merthyr. F 26 CASTLE Chambers. Offices to Let.—Very fine room to let as Offices over 101, High-street, MertbyT — Apply WK. HARRIS. T s MUSICAL. PIANO, Iron plated, perfect condition, full rich tone, beautiful Walnut Case, panel front, a bargain £ 8 Early application.—HINTON, Tuner, Lewis-terrace Pen)"- darren. F 5 I1WO good Second-hand American Organs, £ 6 10s. and ~l los.—ArcADB Mrsic Snor, Merthyr. F 12 THE Merthvr Select Skating Rink requires Pianist Cornet Clarionet and Violin players.—Applv on uie Rink at the Angel Buildings, Merthyr. F 5 HORSES. TRAPS. ETC. TO Bakers and Grocers. Good second-hand Co burs and Grocers Delivery Cart and new Hauling Cart cheap; Room Wanted.-DAvim, Coach builder, Merthvr' F12 PIGS PIGS given "Gip" escape Swine Fever, keep from Worms. Cramp. Fits Fatten rapidly 3ilbe. Is. 6d. carriage paid.-HAMLIN, Harcourt, Salisbury. Agent. DAVIS, Chemist. Merthyr Tydfil. F 5 POULTRY. UP to £ 80 per annum Hatching Chickens. £ 5 Cap- ital required; easy purchase plan. Copyright explanatory booklets two stamps postage. -GODIM'RD's St. Mary s-road, Ilford. M 12 IV ° n?r?o?n-v??^CAS-_ARMrE^(^'S DEY FEED X* CHICKEN FOOD the original and the best. to insure success, no other food should be given for arM 14 days. Chickens reared on this food weigh 29oz. when five weeks old; pullets commence to lay at 5 month*. In bags, 4d., Ed., Is. 4d., 2s. 6d., and 5s. Manufactured by Armitage Bros., Ltd., Nottingham.—Sold by: Wm. Harris, 144, High-street, Merthyr, and at High-street Dowlais; Hopkins Bros.,82,Twynvrodyn, Merthyr Tvdal' D. Jones, Carmarthen Stores; C. J. Black, Chemist; Tre- degar; W. Harris, 38, Tag-street, J. Protheroe asd T Harris & Co., Ltd., Taff-street, Pontypridd P. A. Lewis' 3*, Cardiff-road, Caerphilly E, Williams, Hous bold Stores, SenghenydiJ. ,j 7 MEDICAL REMEDIES. rglEAGUELINE Herbs, wonderful medicine, thousands JL of testimonials from grateful sufferers as ttt relief obtained for Indigestion. Constipation Headache, Back- ache, Liver, Stomach and Kidney Disorders post free, one packet, lOd., three for 2s. Illustrated Herbal Bock. 2d. Look Look a sample packet of Cough and Lune Herbs sent, post free, for 3d.-TB.AeUE, 23, Station-street Newport, Mon. A 2 for Stamp; Mrs. Stewart's famous Female Remedy never fails.—Address, 9, Guinea street, Bristol. M IMPORTANT TO MOTHERS. Every mother Who values the Health and Cleanliness of her child "ARSON'S "RELIABLE" NURSERY POMADE, One Application kills all Nits and Vermin beauties and strengthens the Hair. In Tins, 4^ mod 21:7-GKO. W. HARRISON, CaiemW., C:L Acfe&fc» for Mtrtin Th. u T r-T1 /pgb-street, an.) J. PrancS f iTe- C. J. Black; Aberdare, E. E Evans, 9 ami 10 Uctom-square Abereynon, W.G.Williams; Mountain Ash, D. Williams, Commercial-street; Abergavenny. Shackleton and Co., 9, Cross street; Brvnmawr, A. K tvanh Beaufort-street, and A. M. Jones, 42, King- A- E* Evans, Ida-place, and T. DougalL Bethcar-street; Treharns, T. Thomas, The Square Dow raiW' k" J HlSh-street; Blackwood, A. Enoch • Llanbradach, W J. Williams Merthyr. T. Jenkins, Pont' morlaia. All chemists. S ,24/10 FOR SALE. "OWE Indian Carpet, size 12 ft. 3 fns. by 8 ft. 2 ins. • f; h Pe «°Ct; h ?01 • ^rga^ £ 4 15a—PRICHAS),' Auction Mart, Merthyr, g WALL P APERg from ltd. per Boll Any quantity, \\[ A w PAPERS ltd. per RolL Any quantity PUB Co LTD., Jyl6 1D- S? M LACHLAS !z Co., ^0, Hanover Square, Manchester. F 12 CUTLERY. BO A1*101" for 9s, lid—Knives,' Forks, Spoons Car- vers, &c. Whist Drive Prizes and Weddine 'Pres- ents. Sensational bargain list post free Send ately.—Sheffield Cntlery Direct Suprfy ComMni- Tho^' CeDtUry Wo^' HS-S|t,* EMIGRATION. EMiS?nr^ON^^r t^we8t Fares 40 South Africa by r-^Jt wh-, cf Alne' America and Canada by Star, American, Dominion, Canadian frtVf ^i!f a°u 0 r Companies, and to Aus- tralia. Reduce;! passages to New South Wales. Also for trips around the British Isles and Coasting Triw Assisted passages to Sydney New South Wales^-foP 2* ?^ftlC Servrcts- Miners, Artis'ans, Navies and Genwal Labourers. Agent for Barry Railway Oied AmlSn 1'000 M«e Ticket Books for o £ Guinla -Apply D. M. RICHARDS, Wenallt Aberdare. LS. MISCELLANEOUS. RABBIT Skins wanted. Will give Is 3d. to Is. 6d RABBIT Skins wanted. Will gii e Is. 3d. to Is. 6d f quantity, also mole skins flat stretched dried, 10s. per 100. Cash immediately on M«eiPf LBVET and Co., Skin Merchants and Manufacturers, 41, Paul-street, Finsbury, London E C V 5 MDWE^Fa,TK-a?v' teacher of Palmistry, Phreno- hnrtvV This Distinguished and Scientific Lady Z!1™ U'V ^turning to America. Clients who wish 00 bus'ness' speculation, change, travel,, dLlv 2tiW!qayix0Q have(tb= opportunity. Inceptions a"> ■ i uM 9-~15, Qneen-street, Arcade, Cardiff. nRn?n^v^ff1CL?EDu 1 EickiyTTecretly, perma- trif] y' harmlessly, cost trifling trial free, save loved ones-with certaintv — CARLTOH CHEMICAL CO., 722, Guildhall Buildings, Birmingham. T S PK'tSCS?R RSh^^SU? 0.fv.Midame ZiPPia- Advice daily.—16, High-street, Aberdare. Fee Is. J 1 THE.J^^ph'cP- in Brown or J/6 post free—H. W. Southey & Sons. Express Office, Merthyr BOXES of Cruet Papers, containing 36 papers with lace edges, for three bottles, 7id. six Utiles, Is.- a. >7. Southey and Sons, Express Office Merthyr. lYl 0Y™i^(i#Co!dii samPle book of designs sent on OrriTr. r,efunded on return of books. W- S"™* *"»• Express Office, Merthyr. Boies of 3 doz*. beat quality, 6d. Q ,< seParately at 2d. per doz.—H. Southey & bong. "Express" Office, Merthyr. THE popular box of Table Decorations, 84 pieces. u T^'? do2en dish papers, by 63; one uuzen dish papers. 10i by 8 one dozen dish piperl, m V.; ,one d?zen Plate papers, &i-inch diam.; half-dozen round lace dessert papers, 7^-inch diam.; half-dozen round lace dessert papers, 8.J-inch diam.; one dozen ham iriils, 18 by 4. Is. per box, posUge 3d. extra.—H. W Southey and Sons, "Express" Office, Merthyr. HE 1* Toni-Tit Fountain Pen. Black or Brown, a THE '• Tom-Tit Fountain Pen. Blaok or Brown, a perfect Pen, 2j inches long, will fit in a lady's purse jb post free.—H. W. Southey & Sons, Express" Office, Merthyr. THE Go-ahead" Pen fitted with 14-carat gold nib" Every Pen is a perfect writing instrument. 3/6 post free.—H. W. Southey & Sons, Express Office, Merthyr. WTUFTY finest Crepe Paper Serviettes, only 6d., per box JL postage 2d. H. W. Southey & Sons, "Express' Office, Merthyr. THRESH CONSIGNMENT of Artistic Novelties; all JL usaful lines Trays, Trinkets, Liqueur Stands, Tea Cosies, etc. Come and see them.—SOCTHKT & SOKB. iiD.. Packets of 25 beautiful Round Lace Desert Papers postage ljd., extra,—H. W. Southey & Sons, "Ex- press Office Merthyr. fllHE Swan Fountain Pen, fittd with soiid gold nib, A line, medium or broad an elegant and popular pen from 10/6, post free.—H W. Southey & Sons. •' Express Office, Merthyr. THE Excelsior^' box of Dish Papers, containing six dozen assorted sires. 9d„ postage 3d. extra.-H. W. Southey and Sons, "Express Office, Merthyr. SILVER-Cased Fountain and Stylo. Pens, suitable for Pirre8w c; °lodfera% Prices; 4/6, 5/6, 6s.. 7/6, ps&t tree. IL W. Southey & Sons, Express Office, Merthyr. THE Excelsior" bos of fine-quality dish papers, 6 doz. assorted sizes, 9d. the box, postage 3d. extra M. oouthey & Sons, Express Office, Merthyr. -H. W, Souther Sons, Express Office, Merthyr. ns, THE Music series of Japanese Serviettes for use at musical evenings, soirees, dance parties, Ac., con- taining fifty, price Is.—H. W, Southey and Sons, Express' Office Merthyr. WEDDING Cards a splendid book of the latest de- signs (prices to suit all) can be sent on receipt of is. oci., which will be immediately refunded when book Is, returned,—Hi »nd SWB, E»Pie«8 Offlcr Alerthft. i ■ ■- 1 MONEY. ALL persons who want to borrow money ca a simply pi-emmxssory note of hind, at eaey repayments from Is. to Ss. per week, from a speciili^ authorised I Friendly Society not a firm of money leader*; shou^ apply to J. L C'i-it;oiiAi!, Secretary, The Berougfc Money Society, lr Giebelasd 6tret, !lerlhyr MORTGAGE LOANS.— Pt-rsoas who hare bcughf( houses, or rt-nuire arivances upon Lheir properties should apply to J. L. CtXKiNOHii:, Auctioneer, who several suiiib of money from i-100 up to £ 2,0001or imrncvs ate advance upon freehold or leasehold securities, at and 5 per cent. — Offices, 1, Gleielaad-street, Herlbyj Tydlil. T ;0 I DO. MORRIS, Auctioneer, The Square, Rbyniut» lias several suir.s of money, amounting ,jll ail Uf to place out for chenw upon Leasehoii or L' [e, hold Securities at q per cent, or b per cet.t. X t ALL who want Sloney Without ::ïecuritr, Aosolute privacy, no delay. Small or large sums, Apply direct to 12, XAFF EMBAKKMEXT, CARDIFF. MO^sLX.—1'Le i*rovinc»ai Liuiou u>uti»:k« lo Lcud -large sums daily trom i.j ii'MJ. on Aote 01 Hand a;no. or oi: any other a>:yio«f<i curity, at a few hours'_ not;co, to all class: in part of E:igi«;id and Wales, repayable by easy Uta stalmetils. Uilii aud ithout securities. No application is ever refused. All Commumcui;,«>«*. Strictly Private. Tlits business having a estaK- lifiied a great many years, and conducied ia *.» honourable and straightsornaid manner, uas gcow* to be one of the best known IHlú largest iu the kmc* àûID, the uniform courtesy anu prompt attention <111\ our flijcials having gained the confidence and rcc.of»* mentations of our numerous customers. If desire one ol our officials will attend at applicant's rcefe dence with cash, and carry out the advance VVius* out Delay. Call or write to the Manager, Wester* Branch, Mr. StaKLEI DOWDIHG, 1. Qacei:-squai* Bristol; or to the Local Agents. Messrs. A gut sntONa & 19. Dake-street. Cardiif. THE CHARING- CROSS BANK I ESTABLISHED 1870. CARDIFF BRANCH: 73 ST. MARY STREET* Head offices 28, Bedford-street, Strand, London, W.G. I & 39, Bishopsgate-street Within, London, E.C. Branch** Manchester, Liverpool, Leeds, Bristol, etc. ] Surplus,£371,1YlI LO.NS of £3D to £2,000 granted at a few h8!Ua" notice in town or country, on personal security^ Jev.¡er}" precious stones, stocks, shares, and fori nitu.e, without removal. Stocks and shares Bought and Sold. 2 per cent, allowed on Current Account Balances DEPOSITS of £10 and upwards received as nndesf I Subject to 3 m'nths' noti of witbdr&wa. 5 p.e. per ans' Sutjeet co 6 m'nths' notice of withdrawal, 6 p.c. per ana' Subject to 12 m'nths' notice of withdrawal, 7 p.c. per ua: I Special terms (longer periods). Interest paid quarter^ Owing to the nature of our investments, we axJ able to pay rates of interest on deposits that will compare favourably with dividends paid on lm- any class of stock or shareholding insuring the safety of capital. We have been established lot 39 years, and our position in the banking worid too day testiGes to the success of onr business methods,, and to the satisfaction of our customers..Write ot call for prospectus. A. WILLIAMS and H. J. TALL. Jeint Ma**g*n MERTHYR AND DOWLAIS Permanent Benefit Building Society BE YOUR OWN LANDLORD. LOANS advanced to enable you to buy iIh4 HOU-8 you oocupy. LOANS on Buildings in progress. Repayments spread over from 3 to 17 yean. Loans may be redeemed at any time. No Survey Fees beyond out of pocket A-rppir>«mip. No Management Expenses. ) Borrowers Pay No Income Tax. "Scial Terms for Special Loans negotiated application. I Appty tc M'r. DAVID DA VIES, Secretary, Glebeiand House, Mertbyr Tydfil I << The Merthyr and Dowlais Permanent Money Society Registered under the Friendly Societies' Act. I The First! The Largest! The Best1 ffifLBOURNE CHAMBERS. rL, MERTHYR. are made without delay to Trades* Person* in I", Note, Vkitu •* iai le i'iw^ Ing feasy Teems of Repayment a. d. F«r » £10 Share the Repayments are l 2 nekb, £ 20 M m „ aa m *• *2 • £ 50 w m „ 5 2 The following figures show, The growth ol the ciety during last year.;— 193e. 1907. £ a. d. ? i ft Cash received ? 6114 0 11 7129 11 I Total Loans 2942 0 0 3447 6 t Matured Shares paid oat M 2202 IS 2 4426 13 t Dividends declared 1061 0 6 1160 15 i Bonus Credited to Members 222 18 6 242 16 C Total Assets 12711 14 6 14457 II j Number of Members 1020 1110 Applications foe !*>»«■» received at aay^time by' the,Seci-etary— t'~ CHARLES L. STEWART, '(' Milbourne Chambers (under tn-e GIOCEJ. ) MERTHYR TYDFIL. V J.THE MILBOUBNEa PERMANENT BUILDING SOCIETY, v < I' Incorporated under ths < Building Societies Actu A SATE AND SOUND INYESTMENJ TOR SAVINGS. ,¡.. IN\rESTMENT 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 givuyf 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 un Property already in their possession. Re-payable by easy Monthly or Quarterly Instalments, or on such other Serml aa the Directors may approve. DEPOSITS, in amounts of j35 and upwaedf received, at 3 per cent, per annum. Full Prospectus may be obtained from ifct, Secretary, CHAS. L. STEWART. Milbourne Chambers, Merthyr TydfiL I For PRIVATE CASH ADVANCES Apply to— ALBERT E. GASB. At his private house, 80, St. George's Terrace, Swansea." "n Mr. Gash is prepared to advance to respectable persons loans from J310 to any amount, upon t own Note of Hand, withont Sureties or Billof Sale. INTENDING BORROWERS in applying to Mr. Gash, have the satisfaction of knowing witif whom they are dealing, for Air. Gash trades UD his own name, and not under an assumed n&D:i8t. neither does he trade as a Company ? ot JiIC called" Bank." PLEASE NOTE ADDRESS— 30, ST. GEORGE'S TERRACE, WALTER ROAD, SWANSEA. THE TREDEGAR & DISTRICT Permanent Money Society Registered under the Friendly Societies' Act f .AQTIC can bo obtained by Tradesmen and OTHER uuano Persons in Regular Emplov-ra^ut upon a PromiBscry Note on Easy Terms, namely :— s. ù.. For a £ 10 Share tbe Repayments are l a^eeklst U XSM z ,f £ 53 t? m 5 g Applications far Loans received at any time by tIaf Secretary.— THOMAS JONES, 86, Commercial Street, Tredegar. Branch Office; 25, Ekktucar TfiaaAcs, EBBW VAL LOANS ON PERSONAL SECURITY. INVESTMENTS WANTED.—Those wno require a Loan prompt and WV private, to apply to the SOOTH WALES EQUITABLE MONEY SOCIETY, Under FnenrlJy f) \T T V Co-operative, Societies' Aci. -L'A X-f L\ JTj i s-rlem. lend at Interest and exceptionally enta. 1/2 per wk repays lorn cf £10. Share, 8tc. Don't be wialed by these who say, No iTIEMsr asi •NO FINBS TO I AY. Apply for descriptive f4twp«.-ttn wl last wtnu&l c sheet to District rtjonV E. BUll" Ksw-, ar.u..JJ>eÇt Hail, 7 w 5 p,œ