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Established over Half-a-Century. I Auction Mart, Court Street, UEETHYR TYDFIL. WYNDHAM J. PRICHARD, £ (Fellow of the Auctioneers' Institute), Auctioneer, Valuer and Estate Agent, PROPERTY SALES CONDUCTED. .VALUATIONS OF EVERY DESCRIPTION M MADE. Su AGENT FOR ALL THE PRINCIPAL LIFE, FIRE, ACCIDENT AND BURGLARY M INSURANCE COMPANIES. SALE NO. 370. WEDNESDAY, APRIL 6tb, 1910. ]M Auction Mart, Court Street, MERTHYR. —- Id BALK OF EQUABLE AND SOTlND HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE. PIANO, PlFR GLASSES and W EFFECTS, consigned for Sale. MESSRS. H. W. Harris 8c Son (MR. WVNDHAM J. PRICHARP. Fellow of the Auctioneers' Institute), j- WILL SELL BY AUCTION at their spacious VT and convenient Auctioo Mart. ns shove. the fIRST WEDNESDAY II* gVERY MONTH, a large and varied assortment of very superior « Household Furniture and Appointments. Goods packed or stored free of charge, and every -1 tare taken to give satisfaction. J The Sale will commence at Two o'clock in the a afternoon. '4 Pnnctual attendance is respectfully requested. 'Auctioneers' Offices. The Mart. Merthyr Tydfil EBBW VALE, MON. fc AT.TT, OF CONVENIENT ? WELL-ARRANGED c DWELLING-HOUSE. a Messrs. Tomkins & Chadwick £ (Members of the Auctioneers' Institute) n WILL SELL by AUCTION, subject to condi. JJ tt tions of Sale embodying the Common Form Conditions of the Monmouthshire Incorporated Law Society, at the COUNTY HOTEL, Ebbw Vale, on WEDNESDAY, March 16th, 1910, at 6.30 for Seven d'clock in the Evening, all that substantially-built u DWELLING-HOUSE, situate and being No. 8, Church-creseenfc. Ebbw Vale, in the occupation of the Owner, and con- taining entrance hall, parlour, kitchen, scullery, gantry, coalhouse, and usual offices on ground floor, and four bedrooms on the first floor. There is also a walled-in garden at rear. This Property is held on Lease for a term of 00 years from the 29th September, 1902, at the ground rent of £2 6s. per annum. The Mines and Minerals are reserved. For further particulars apply to the Auctioneers, fit their Offices, Frogmore Chambers, Aberga- veeny,or Messrs. HODGENS & CUNLIFFE, Solicitors, Abergavenny. 1- MOUNTAIN ASH, TY'R ARLWYDD ESTATE. SALE OF VALUABLE FREEHOLD GROUND j RENTS. Mr. J. H. James (Of the Firm of MORGAN and JAMES) HAS received instructions to SELL by PUBLIC AUCTION at the BLACK LION HOTEL, Aberdare, on THURSDAY, the 17th day of Mareh, 1 1910, at Three o'clock in the Afternoon (subject to J such conditions of Sale as shall be produced and I read at the time of Sale), the following a PROPERTIES, In snch Lots as may be determined upon at the time of Sale:— LOT 1.—All those Freehold Ground Rents amount- ing to £i5 19s. 8d. per annum, secured upon iO dwelling-houses, Nos. 11 to 60, Arthur-street, fc Mountain Ash. ««. fl Lor 2 —All those Freehold Ground Rents amount- c Ing to £ 111 13s. Id. per annum, secured upon 80 ti dwelling-houses, &c., numbered 1 to 72. Thomas- a Street, and Nos. 1 to 8,{ilne.terrace, Mountain Ash LOT 3.—All those Freehold Ground Rents amount- ing to 13s. Ud. per annum, secured upon 31 dwelling-houses, numbered 1 to 10 and 12 to 32, Gladstone-street, Mountain Ash. I LOT 4 —All those Freehold Ground Rente araonnt- 1 lng to £35 Is. 5d. per annum, secured upon 23 t dwelling-houses, &c., in Glancynon-street, Moun- tain Ash. Lc* d.—AlUVse Freehold ^rou^Rfivi^arooujiK 'nff to £ 23 lis. Id. per annum, SeMnstt nfl»o SO Spelling-houses, Nos. 1 to 14 and Nos. 21 to 28, J Edwards-street, Mountain Ash. <] Lo r 6.—All those Freehold Ground Rents amount- ( lng to £ 20 Ts. 6d. per annum, secured upon IT Swelling-houses, Nos. 1 to 17, James-street, and £ dwelling-houses, Nos. 1 to 6, Jones-street, Moun- tain Ash. For further particulars apply to Messrs. MORGAN i jmd JAMES, Mountain Ash ana Aberdare; or to < EDWARD HORLEY, Esq., < Solicitor. 1 Andrews Buildings, 67, Queen-street, Cardiff. £ F. A. PHILLIPS, AUCTIONEER. ACCOUNTANT, 1 VALUER & HOUSE AGENT. Public Auditor under the Friendly Societies Act, 1896, and the Industrial and Provident Societies Act, 189& Agent for the chief Life. Fire, and Accident I Insurance Companies. FncE: ———— j .34, Victoria Street, MERTHYR TYDFIL. MERTHYR TYDFIL. — I GLOBE BOOT STORES, 36, HIGH STREET. Mr. F. A. Phillips f 1 AS received instructions from Mr. W. Phillips < JTlL (who is giving up business) to SELL by PUBLIC AUCTION at the above Address. on RIDAY and SATURDAY next. March nth and 12th, the whole of the Stock of High-class BOOTS AND SHOES. Sale to commence each Evening at Seven ■o'clock. Sales by Private Treaty during the day. Auctioneer's Offices, 31, Victoria-street, Merthyr Tydfil 6, Victoria Street, Merthyr. Mr. Isaac Wilks Tf AS been instructed by Mr. LEWIS RHINE, who XT is giving up business, to SELL by PUBLIC SUCTION on TUESDAY March 15th, the remainder bf his STOCK-IN-TRADE of Household Furniture and Effects. Sale to commence at Two p.m. ALLAN UNE TO CANADA. UNDER GOVERNMENT CONTRACT FOR CONVEYANCE CANADIAN MAILS. EXPRESS TURBINE STEAMERS. tTVBRPOOL Victorian. Mar. ]8 LONDON (Via. Havre) Sardinian Mar. 16 Weekly Service from Liverpool at Low Rates, all Masses; also from London 2nd and rd Glasses only. Unsurpassed accommodation. Apply ALLAN LINE. 19, James-street, Liverpool; Si, Pali Mall, S.W., and 103, Leadeohall-street, London, or Local Agents, WHITE STAR LINE VV ROYAI MAIL STFAMERS. LARGEST STEAMERS IN THE WORLD BUILDING NBWKST, LARGEST AND FASTEST STUAMKR TO BOBTON. SOUTHAMPTON-CHERBOURG— QUEENSTOWN-NEW YORK. ROYAL and UNITED STATES MAIL SERVICE, Calling at Queenstown Westbound, and Plymouth Easthound. *PHIJIADBLPHIA, Wed.. Mar. 16 I ADRIATIC Wed., Mar. 23 And Regularly Thereafter. American Line Steamer. Liverpool—Queenstown. I Liverpool-Queenstown New York. I Boston. LACRENTIC, Saturday, Mar. 19 I MBGAHTIC Tues., Mar. 15 LACRENTIC, Saturday, Mar. 19 I MBGAHTIC Tues., Mar. 15 BALTIC Saturday, April 2 I CTMRIC Tues., April 5 And Regularly Thereafter. CANADA. WHITE STAR—DOMINION SERVICE. LIVERPOOL-QUEBEC-MONTREAL. Largest Steamers in the Canadian Trade. DOMINION Thur., April 21 i LJCRENTIC Sat., April 30 DOMINION LINE. LIVERPOOL—HALIFAX—PORTLAND. BOMIHION .Thur.,Mar. 17 OANADA Thur., April 7 For further particulars apply to Local Agents; or to ISM AY, 1MRIE & CO., 30, James-street Liver- pool; Southampton: 1. Cockspur-etreet. S.W^ sad 38, Leadenhall-street. London. B.C. CUNARD LINE ROYAL MAIL L' STEAMERS. LARGEST AND FASTEST VESSELS IN THE WORLD. NEW STKAMEB TOM GROSS, NOW BUILDING. LARGEST AXD FASTEST STRAMEBS TO BOSTOH, FROM LIVERPOOL. VIA QUEENSTOWN. TO KBW YORK. TO BOSTON. Mauretama Sat., Mar. 12 | Ivernia Toes., Mar. 29 Lasiucia Sat., Mar. 19 ) Ivernia Tues., April 26 CANADA: FAST ROCTE; SRKCUL RuD. „ For further particulars apply to Local Agents; or lo TUB CUNARD STEAMSHIP COMPANY, LTD., \,0, erpool. THE" Swan Fountain Pen, fitted with solid gold nib* fine, medium or broad ;an elegant and popular pen jjorn 10/6, post iree.-Jl W SftUtbftr 8W» ll SfcfKW f AUCTION SUMMARY,, Meejrs. J. M. BERRY 4 SOW. lar. 22—Household Furniture. &c., at Merthyr, I Mr. J. L. CUNNINGHAM-1 X far. 21-Leasehold Properties at Troedyrhiw. Mr. J. H. JAMES. far. 17—Properties at Mountain Ash. I Messrs. H. W. HARRIS & SON. Lpril 6—Furniture at Auction Mart, Merthyr. C Mr F. A. PHILLIPS. Jar. 11 and 12-Boots and Shoes at Merthyr. Mr. DAN THOMAS. Jar. 11-Licensed Premises at Merthyr. Messrs. TOMKINS AND CHADWICK.. Jar. 16—Dwelling-house at Ebbw Vale, rv Mr. ISAAC WILKS. in ,far. 15—Stock-in Trade at Merthyr. th — — OT Lawn House, Bethesda Street, MERTHYR. ——— yt MPORTANT SALE OF HOUSEHOLD FURNI- B TURK. PIANO, SAFES, AND EFFECTS. Messrs J. M, Berry & Son ti (MR. H. SEYMOUR BERRY, A.A.I.) rpj HAVE received instructions to SELL BY to PUBLIC AUCTION, on the Premises as ui ibove. on TUESDAY, March 22nd, 1910, a large m luantity of l,f HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE AND EFFECTS, of ncluding PIANO, billiard table, three-quarter size, eitI with accessories complete, Spanish mahogany side- h soard, wine bin, bookcase, oval table, sofa, arm ihairs', leather suite, overmantels, mirrors, marble md other clocks, grandfather's clock, two Singer s w( >ewiD^ machines, liall steeds &nd chairs, dining" :oom and other tables, one large iron safe, one imall ditto, brass and iron fenders, fireirons, large lumber of ornaments, cheffonier, pictures, dresser, inoleum, poles, rings, curtains, bronzes, gas Sl looker, dinner and tea services, corner cupboard, Li sundry ware, bedsteads, mattresses, beds, bed- R slothes, large mahogany and other wardrobes, Cl Iressing tables, washstands, commodes, chest of B irawers, crib, and numerous other lots. Sale at 2 p.m. prompt. No reserve. Auctioneers' Offices, 30. Victoria-stree4 Merthyr. March 10th, 1910. J. L. CUNNINGHAM AUCTIONEER, ACCOUNTANT, VALUER & FINANCIAL AGENT, 19, CLEBELAND STREET, MERTHYR TYDFIL. Speciality-MORTGAGE LOANS TROEDYRHIW. ELM STREET, ANGUS STREET AND ASH ROAD. Mr. J. L. Cunningham HAS been favoured with instructions to SELL bv PUBLIC AUCTION at the GLANTAKF HOTEL,'Troedyrhiw, on MONDAY, March 21st, 1910, at 7.30 o'clock in the Evening (subject to the con- ditions of Sale to be then and there produced), the f( following desirable ir LEASEHOLD PROPERTIES, fi NAMELY LOTS 1 and 2.—All those Leasehold Dwelling- houses and Premises, situate and being Nos. 8 ana 9. Klm-street, Troedyrhiw, now in the occupation ai of the owner and a monthly tenant, and estimated p; to produce annual rentals of £ 13 and £ 11 Is, re- A spectively. si These Premises are held for a term of 99 years from the 2nd of February, 1857, at an annual ground rent of 12 12s. 6d:, which will be appor- tioned. 1\1 LOT 3.—All that Leasehold Dwelling-house and Premises, situate and being No. 10, Angus-street, Troedyrhiw, now in the occupation of a monthly D tenant, at an annual rental of £15 12s. These Premises are hold for a term of 99 years, from the 29th of September, 1900, subject to the A aanual ground rent of 11 la» 3d. LOT L-All that Leasehold Dwelling-house and Premises, situate and being No. II, Ash-road, Troedyrhiw, now in the occupation of a monthly tenant, at an annual rental of £ 16 5s. r These Premises are held for a term of 99 years, from 29th of September, 1852, at an annual ti ground rent of £ 1* 2s. 6d. 1! The Auctioneer would draw the attention of g workmen to this Sale, as it affords an opportunity ti for them to acquire their own houses, a* by special arrapgement three-quarters of the purchase money „ may remain on mortgage at 5 per cen& interest. -For further particulars apply to the Auctioneer, at his Offices, 19, Glebeland-street, or to MARTIN EVANS, Esq., Solicitor, Merthyr TydflL Waterloo Street, Caepanttywyll, r £ MERTHYR TYDFIL. BALE OF LEASEHOLD PROPERTY. Mr. Dan Thomas HAS been favoured with instructions to SELL "by § PUBLIC AUCTION at the GLOBE INN, High- S street, Merthyr, on Tbu&SDAY, March 17th, 1910, at 7.30 B.tn., subject to the Common Form Conditions of the C Merthyr and Aberdare Incorporated Law Society, the following i PROPERTIES: c LOT 1.—The Premises known as the BALANCE INN," Caepanttywyll; and j JAr 2.—The Two adjoining Cottages and Yard at 1 rear, being Nos. 6 and 7. Waterloo-street, now let to monthly tenants alf rentals producing £ 16 18s. a year. j, The Property is held for a term of 99 years from 1st May, 1836, the apportioned Ground Rent being-Lot i. 1, xi 16s.; Lot 2, £ 110s. For further particulars apply to the Auctioneer, at his Office, Wellington-street, Merthyr; or to Messrs. | G. C. JAMES, CHARLES 4 DAVIES, taoltcitOK. High Street. Merthyr 1 FOR,SALE, i SIX HOUSES and OUT-BUILDINGS at ABERCYNON- r I Apply— t D. ROBERTS-ROSSER and DA-VIES, Solicitors, Pontypridd. t Q ESTABLISHED 1875 C è J. LLOYD ATKINS 6 (Fellow of tha Apationscre Institute). AUCTIONEER, VALUER, ACCOUNTANT HOUSE AND ESTATB 1 AGENT & INSURANCE BROKER, GERUFAEIjOG COTTAGE, DOWLAIS 1 Valuations or Probite, Administratiou, and Wort ( gages, ateo for Transfer of Hotels, lans, Ac Agent for the White Star and American Lines i Steamships. Also the Dominion Line to Canada, 11 PROMPT SETTLEMENTS ENSURED, I a I ESTABLISHED 1899. a PHILLIPS & JONES (Evan I. Phillips, Assoc. Auctioneers' Institute) AUCTIONEERS, VALUERS, ACCOUNTANTS & ESTATE AGENTS. HOTEL VALUERS & GA UGRS. SURVEYORS to the Largest Building Societies in the Kingdom. SALES conducted of House Property, Shares. Land. ed Estates, Machinery, Agricultural and Trade Stocks, and Household Furniture. PROMPT SETTLEMENTS. Read Office- t CENTRAL CHAMBERS, HIGH STREET t BAR G 0 ED. Telph..e-P.O. No. 59 Bargoed ( ( W. T. JONES, I 50, High Street, Merthyr, Auctioneer & Accountant, t HOUSE. INSURANCE AND GENERAL BUSINESS ACENT. > TRADESMEN'S Debts Bought or Collected, JL Rents Collected. Arrangements with Credi. tors. Preparation of Bankruptcy Statements of itt. fails. Xrpders' Books Posted and Audita. Agent for Chief Life, Accident* lire, and Plate Glass Insurance Companies. [ SCRAPS.—Relief Scraps in beautiful designs for child- ren's scrap books. Large variety. Id. and ljd. per i sheet.—H W. South and S90I1 Officc, [l A PRUDENTIAL er Assurance Company, Ltd. J Y9 or Chief Office: HOLBORN BARS, LONDON. K H —————————————— cù ummary of the Report presented at the Sixty-First Annual g Meeting, held on the 3rd March, 1910. U re ORDINARY BRANCR-The number of policies an iued during the year was 76.087, assuring the sum an 27,044,60.3, and producing a new annual premium come of £ 415,015. The premiums received during in e year were £ 4.710.107, being an increase of P,93,770 pa 'er the year 1908. The Claims of the year amount- ] to £ 3 018,981. The number of deaths was 8,375, th id 17,629 endowment assurances matured. su The number of policies in force at the end of the po sar was 882,804. en INDUSTRIAL BRANCH.—The premiums re- cl; lived during the year were £ 7,171.770, beinp an in- 1 ease of £ 246,015. The claims of the year amount- ye I to £ 2,877,978, including £ 176,401 bonus additions, de ie number of claims and surrenders, including M, i45 endowment aasurances matured, was 382,233. in, tie number of free policies granted during the year by those policyholders of five years' standing and £5 )wards, who desired to discontinue their pay- ents, was 151,865, the number in force being i)6,408. The number of free policies which be- ,me claims during the year was 41,386. The total number of policies in force at the end the year was 18,375,229: their average duration :deeds eleven and a half years. P.1 The Assets of the Company, in both branches, as ,own in the balance sheet, after deducting the aount written off securities, are £ 74,201.701, being Ba increase of L2,242,842 over those of 1908. or Fhe Directors are pleased to announce an increase tit the rate of bonus of both Branches of the Com- w tiy as followspe [n the Ordinary Branch a reversionary bonus at cl: e rate of JE.1 Us. per cent, on the original sums as- red has been added to all classes of participating licies issued since the year 1876. This is an in- Base of two shillings per cent. over the rate de- wed for the past three years. [n the Industrial Branch all policies.ef over five ars' duration which become claims either by ath or maturity of endowment from the 4th of « arch, 1910. to the 2nd of March, 1911, both dates elusive, will participate. This bonus will be paid way of addition to the sums assured ofip] per cent, on all policies becoming claims upon which at least five but les3 than ten years' premiums have been paid, 0 per cent, on all policies becoming claims upon D which at least ten but less thau fifteen years' premiums have been paid, and 5 per cent, on all policies becoming claims upon which at least fifteen years' premiums have been paid. tneral Balanca Sheet of tne prudential Assurance company, Limited, uetng toe nummary or s both Branches, on the 31st December, 1909. lOABiJjlTlJ&S. B r. d. lareholders* capital 1,000,000 0 0 B; fe assurance funds 71,328,318 14 9 It eserve funds t ••• 1,625,000 0 0 [aims under life policies admitted 157,480 12 8 R alanoe of Bonus under life policies reserved for distribution 80,902 3 6 Fl Fi M |r SI T L IS M B It F R L R 0 0 C ] £ 74.201,701 10 111 I' A ASBJ1.AO. T, £ 8. d. JI ritish Government securities 2,997,703 18 3 tdian and Colonial government and provincial securities o,#04,314 8 4 ail way and other debentures and p and debenture stocks, and gold c and sterling bonds — ••• 11,090,547 13 0 jans on County Council, Mam- cipal and other rates. 14,159,330 17 7 reehold ground rents, and Scotch feu duties 4,934,552 13 2 JI reehold and leasebold property 3,908,493 10 7 Mortgages on property within the United Kingdom ••• 9,488,680 11 1 ail way. Gas and Water stocks 6,799,751 12 9 < Liez Canal shares. — 160,217 7 7 elegraph and other shares. 100,889 15 4 easehold ground rents 8,153 11.11 [etropolitan, London County Cot> solidated and Port of Londoa d Authority stocks, and City of London corporation bonds 253,696 1 5 [etropolitan Water Board stocki 435,263 10 7 ank of England stock 203,724 2 11 11 idian, Colonial and Foreign 2' corporation stocks 2,980,960 14 4 3; oreign Governmentand provincial 41 securities 3,138,078 3 11 41 aversions and Life Interests 1,372,361 10 10 oans on the company's policies 2,067,472 15 0 ti ent charges 312,084 12 4 ti utstanding premiums, and agents" a balances. 494,838 6 6 c utstanding interest and rents 596,891 9 3 w ash-In hands of superintendents 34,754 13 3 )0. On deposit, on current ac- T counts, and in hand 458.939 11 0 c ———————— N 4E74,201,701 10 U cl KREDK. SCHOOLING, Joint H. A. HAKB1CN, unairaan, A. C. THOMPSON, f Mauagcrs. J D. W. STABLE, ) Joint ™S. C.DEW:E\, | DirectorSt J. SMART, ) Secretaries. W. E. HORNE, ) We report that with the assistance of the Chartered Accountants as stated below, we have examined the <■' )re?oing accounts atid have obtained all the information and explanations that we have required, &nd 1 our opinion such accounts aro correct and the foregoing Balance Sheet is properly drawn up so as to xhibit a true and correct view of the state of the Company H affairs according to the best of our iformafcion and ths explanations given to us and as shewn by the books of the Company. PHILIP SECRETAN, 1 W, H. NICHOLLS, j Auditors. We have examined the Cash transactions (receipts and payments) affecting the accounts of the Assets ud Investments for the year ended December 31.^t, 1909, and we find the same in good order and < roperl^ vouched. We have also examined the Deeas and Securities, Certificates, &c., representing the .esetsand investments set out in the above account, and we certify that they were in possession and j Lfe custody as on December 31st. 1909. „ p 14th February. 1910. DELOITTE, PLENPER, GRIFFITHS & Co., Chartered Accountants. j LOCAL AGENTS. [ERTHYR DISTRICT.—Superintendent: E. W. EVANS. 8, Fair view-terrace, Morthyr. "1 Assistant Superintendents: D. J. EYNON, 17. Oaklands, Treharris, S.O.; T. REED, "Eurfryn," J Troedyrhiw, S.O. S OWLAIS DISTRICT.—Superintendent: E. PALMER, 16, The Avenue, Merthyr; Assiatant S Superintendents; W. PRESTWOOD, 24, Brynheulog-street, Penydarren; T. WILLIAMS, Brook- r lands, Pant-road. Dowlaia. i LBERGAVENNY DISTRICT.—Superintendent A. CROWE, Bright Vitfe, Avenue-road, Abergavenny. J -_w_- Merthyr General Hospital. I THHE ADJOURNED ANNUAL MEETING of I the Governors of the Hospital will be held in fclk Hospital, on THURSDAY, MARCH 17th, T 1910 at Half-past Seven o'clock in the evening to J fill up the TWO VACANT SEATS on the Execu- J t live Board* c Dated March 3rd, 1910. < ( Merthyr General Hospital. ] TENDERS FOR SUPPLIES.. THE Erecntive Board of the MERTHYR GENERAL HOSPITAL request TENDER? tor the supply of • Freah Meat, Tea, Tea, General Groceries, Bread, > < Potatoes. Fresh Milk, For the ensuing Six Months, from April 1st, 1810, to September 30th, 1910. Atso for the supply of ALL LARGE STEAM COAL, delivered tat the Hospital, All Supplies to be weighed on the Town Machine. Tenders to state QUALITY and SEAM. Tenders are also requested for Hairdressing and Shaving for the ensuing Twelve Months. Forms of Tender to be had on application to Mr. R R. DAVIS, Hon. Sec., 113, High-street, Merthyr I Tydfil. The Board do not bind themselves to accept the lowest or any-Tender. j TENDERS and SAMPLES must be received not! later than SATPPPAT. March 19th, 1910. i Caerphilly Urban District Council. PARISH OF LLANFABON. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that on the 28th day of June 1910 application will be made to His Majesty's Justices in and for the County of Glamorgan at Cardiff for an Order to stop up J divert and tnrn a certain Highway or part of a Ii Highway or Public Footpath leading from Mafoc- ( road near Tai Machine to the road leading the j High-street, Nelson in the Parish of Llanfabon in I the County of Glamorgan in the manner shewn by a plan thereof deposited at the offices of the Cacr- 2 phillv Urban District Council Caerphilly and that j the Certificate of the Justices of having viewed I the same with the plan of the proposed stopping up diversion and turning will be lodged with tliej' Clerk of the Peace for the said County 00 the 24th j day of May *910. AVt°;HARPUR Surveyor to the OaerphillyUrban District Council. WM. SP1CKETT wM. SPlCKETT I Clerk to the said Council. ¡ i To the Urban District Council of a Caerphilly IN THE COUNTY" OF GLAMORGAN. TO THE INHABITANTS OI< THE DISTRICT OF THE SAID COUNCIL AND TO ALL OTHERS WHOM IT MAY CONCERN. WHEREAS the Urban District Council of Caerphilly m the County of Glamorgan, have presented a Petition to the Local Government Board to issue a Provisional Order to empower the said Council to put in force, the powers of the Lands Clauses Acts with respect to the purchase and taking of lands otherwise than by agreement, with reference to the following lands m lAnd forming: part of laranymorthwvl Farm, Listibradaeb, in the Pansh of Llanfabon, in the District of the said Council and required by the said Council for the deposit of house refuse. (2) Land forming part of Berthlwyd Farm, Nel- J son, situate in the Parish aforesaid and re- quired bv the said Council for laying out and j constructing sewage Disposal works. (3) Land forming part of the said Berthlwyd 1 Farm situate in the Borough of Merthyr Tydfil and required by the said Council for laying out 1 and constructing sewage disposal works. < AND WHEREAS the said lands are referred to < in advertisements in the "CMrphHIy Journal" 1 newspaper dated the 4th 11th and 18th of Novem- ber 1909. AND WHEREAS it is proposed that the Local Government Board should issue a Provisional Order in compliance with the said Petition. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that A. G. DRURY, Esquire. M.Inst.C.E., one of the In- spectors of the said Board, will attend at the Council Offices, Caerphilly, on TUESDAY, the I Twenty-second day of March, 1910, at Ten o'clock in the Forenoon, to hold a Local Enquiry into the subiect-matter of the said Petition AND NOTICE IS HEREBY FURTHER GIVEN that any person interested may attend at such inquiry and be heard with reference to the said Petition. AS WITNESS my hand this Eighth day of March. 1910. at the Office of the Local Government Board, Whitehall. London. WALTER T. JONES, Assistant Secretary. — Taf-fechan Fishing Association. The Season for the above opens on the 50th FEBRUARY. TICKETS will ba Sold as usual at TYLE'R. BONT, ABERCRIBAN and DOLYGAER FARMSj Mw. JENKiNSt Festyyo Xan., Dissolution of Partnership. T NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that the Part- nership heretofore subsisting between us the mdersigned, Thomas Edward Adams and Frank "l Bellham, carrying on business as Bakers and Con- J 'eetioners, at Number 50, Glebeland-street, in the i iuunty borough of Merthyr Tydfil, under the style V )r firm of "ADAMS AND BELLHAM," has been 7 iissolved by mutual consent as and from the Fifth 2 lay of March, one thousand nine hundred and ten. ■= All debts due to and owing by the said late firm prill be received and paid by the said Frank Bellham. i Dated this 5th day of March, 1910. THOMAS EDWARD ADAMS. 1 FRANK BELLHAM. 1 Breconsbire County Council Election, 1910. rO THE ELECTORS OF THE GELLY AND DUFFRYN DIVISION. [I A DIES AND GENTLEMEN, ( Allow me to tender you my sincere thinks for re-electing me without a contest. I shall endeavour, as far as it lies in my power, i to continue to promote your interests. I am, Ladies and Gentlemen, Your obedient Servant, H. W. RICHARDS. I Abaroriban, Taf-fechan, March. 1910. j County Council Electionv Aberbargoed Electoral Division. To THE ELECTORS OF ABERBARGOED, PENGAM, FLEUR-DE-LIS, FAIRVIEW AND DISTRICT. 8 LADIES AND GENTLEMEN, J Please accept my thanks for your support which secured my return on the above division on Monday last. I sincerely trust that by careful attention to the duties involved, your confidence in me will be Fully justified, and that at the end of the term for a which I am elected, my actions will merit your four approval. I am, Yours faithfully, Fleur-de-lis. Pengam. W. NASH. March 5tb, 1910. t Monmouthshire County Council v Election., "CI TO THE ELECTOR8 OF THE EBBW VALE 5 NORTH CENTRAL WARD. LADIIS AND GENTLEMEN, Allow me to express my sincerest thanks for the magnificent support you gave me-at the above Election, and for the personal services rendered by the strong committee that worked so enthusi- j astic&lly on my behalf. I am proud of the victory. I shall at all times do my very beat to be worthy of the confidence you have had in me for j aver 18 years. Your obedient Servant. DAVID JONT5S. i Rock Villa, Ebbw Vale, ] March 8 th, 1910. c Glamorgan County Council Election TO THE ELECTORS -OF HENGOED WARDi, LADIES AND GENTLEMEN, ■ I thank you hearbiiy for the token of your con. Sdence in returning me as your representative on the Glamorgan County Council at the election on Mouday last. It will be my constant and earnest c andeavour to prove myself worthy of that confi- lance by doing my bsat for the welfare of the district, and the generous support given to me will be a great encouragement in mv efforts. Believe me. Ladies and Gentlemen, Your obedient servant, Bargoed, W. B. LLOYD. March 8Ui, 1910. f Glamorgan County Council Election. l rO THE ELECTORS OF THE BARGOED t DMSION. LADIES AND GENTLEMEN, — Allow me to thank you mo&t aiiioarelyfor the excellent support which you accorded me on Monday last, by which I was returned as your Representative by a "majority of 118. I wish also 1. to thank all those who rendered such valuable assistance during the canipaign. can assure you that nothing will be, wanting r o my part to further the Progressive needs of tip deraocruey, and this ward in particular, so ] that the confidence you have reposed in me will bo in every way justified. JJelieve me, r,nsj Gentlemea, JJelieve me, md Gentlemea, You! ,.i.. Jiftnt Servant, "1 IX LEYSHON FV^N« J Bargotdt §ttu James Boulton. Deceased. PURSUANT to the Act of Parliament of t^e — 22nd and 23rd Victoria Chapter 35 NOIICE | HEREBY GIVEN that all persons being editors of or Otherwise having any claims upon against the estate of James Boulton late of rebeddau Farm and formerly of Ysgubornewydd J irm in the County Borough of Merthyr Tydfil s: orse Slaughterer deceased who died on the 2nd ci ty of March 1909 and whose will was proved in 01 le Llandaff District Registry of the Probate ivision of the High Court of Justice on the 30th R ly of April 1909 by Mary Florence Lewis and J eorge Penny the executors therein named are a\ quired on or before the 12th day of April 1910 to th nd to me the undersigned the Solicitor to the .id executors the particulars of their claims upon against the said estate AND that at the expira- on of such time the executors will distribute the n hole of the assets of the said testator among the J Lrties entitled thereto having regard only to the Vi aims of which they shall then have notice, = Dated this 7th day of March 1910. I JOHN WM. LEWIS, Market Square Chambers, I Merthyr Tydfil, i Solicitor to the said Executors. Yxtibs, 1arriagts an]) tafgs. he Charge for Advertisements under this Heading is V ls. for 20 words, and 6d. for every additional 10 words or nortiou of 10- MARRIAGES. trNSTAN—WAT-LTKER. —On the 5th March, at St. Margaret's Church, Cardiff, by the Rev. Canon 1 Beck, William Alfred Lewis, son of Alfred Duu- stau. Merthyr Tylfil, to Florence Annie, eldest daughter of Herbert John Walliker, 57, Con- = naught-road, Cardiff. No cards. IN MEMORIAM. [ARRIS.—In loving memory of William Harris } who died at Llanbleddian-gordens, Cardiff, March 11th, 1908. -M ENKXNS.—In loving memory of our dear father, the late County Councillor John Jenkins, Thomas- town Brickworks, who suddenly passed away on the 11th March, 1889.—M.L. and E.G.J., 10, Bryn- teg-terrace, Merthyr. | RIEsT.-In loving memory of Thomas Priest, who g died March 11th, 1909; also of Nellie, his daugh- ter, who died January 11th, 1907. Mrs. Priest and | daughters. I ACKNOWLEDGMENTS. ONES.—Mrs. Thomas Jones and family (Cefn B Coed) desire to return thanks for all kind in- quiries and the letters of sympathy they received B during their recent sad bereavement. Advertisement Tariff < MALL PEBPAID F° ADVERTISEMENTS. £ THREI six WORDS. MCI. riUKS. TIMES. 4. d. B. d. a. d. I 'Words V.VJ 06 W 10 « J Words •■ 0 9 16 « 8 3 Words () I 0, 30 il ) Words 1 3 2 6 w. 3 9 d } Words 1 6 3 0 4 6 p These Charges apply only to the classes of adver- t isements specified below, and are strictly confinedA ) those which are ordered for consecutive insertion I nd paid for previous to insertion; if eitoer of these j onditions is not complied with, the advertisement j ■ill be charged wt double the above rate. APABTMINTS WanTID, Houais WAHTKD, A^ARTTIRNTG J o LIT, MONEY WANTID, Businesses FOR BALE, MII- 3 KLLANEOUS SALIS, BUSINCSSES WAMTSD, PAXTNEKSBIFS S PANTED. HousEl TO LET. SITUATIOKS WANTBB. PRIZE DRAWING and PERSONAL NOTIOES are i barged at double the above rates. J PEClAL NOTICE-Applicants sending replies for J Advertisements addressed to initials or fiettious 3 ames at this Office, are requested not to send original ( estimonials with their applications, but to enclose copies nly. I a DVERTISERS using this office as an address for receiving replies to their advertisements under « itials, etc., are requested to call for same, or enclose S tamps for them to be forwarded. PERSONAL. 1 HEREBY give notice that I will not be responsible for any debts contracted by my wife, EMKABETH | ONES, late of 12, Cwmcanol-street, Dowlais, now of 65, J !alaclava-road, Dowlais, after this date.—Signed SOLOMON OJVKS, 12, Cwmcanol-street, Dowlais, March 4th. 1910. M 19 I HEREBY give notice that I will not be responsible for any debts contracted by my wife. ELIZABETH MITH, of 23, Clive-place, Merthyr Vale, after this date.— ( igned, JAMBS SMITH, 1, Danyderi, Merthyr Vale. Feb- aary 25th, 1910. A, 12e [JAMES WAY, of 21, Aelybryn, Fo..rt. hereby give s notice that I will not lie respon.- '.it <i•■■bis f ontracted by mv wife, CLARA WAT, alter uu» date— fitness, SAHUKI, WAT, 2, Aelybryn, February 23rd, 1910 11 12 PRIZE DRAWINGS. PRIZE Drawing for the widows and families of the late David Davies and Edward Bevan, Holly Bush, larch 7th, 1910. 22 prizes are in the following order:- ( Vinning numbere :-154, 813, 3397, 716, 403, 590. 604, 323 < 34, 538, 210. 852. 758, 755, 490, 438, 20,3123, 1330, 152, 73, 21. K 12 Ka/ INNING Numbers for the benefit of William Jones, T V 5. Adam and Eve-court—18C8, 1861,1752, 1694, 969,1433.1269, 1251,1312,1012, 1302, 922, 622, 539, 426, 64,320.296,213, 128. M 12 j 13ESULT of Prize Drawing in aid of William Lewis, ILXJ Troedrhiwfuwch. —9963, 1807, 8330, 3176, 8439, 724, 9836, 596, ?909, 2673, 50S3, 5061, 7855, 4783. 8882, 47. M 12 \JtTALTER JENKINS'S Drawing, Penywern, post- f f poned to March 24th next. M 19 SERVANTS WANTED. WANTED immediately, good strong General, three in familv, sleep home. Address M199 Express )ffice. Merthyr Tydfil. M 12 < I WANTED, strong respectable General Servant.— ] Apply (with references), Mrs. BRKESE, Red Cow, terthyr. MIB WANTED an experienced general Servant.—Apply MRS. R. H. RBES, 50, Marlborough Road, Cardiff, j M 19 1 WANTED a good General; references required.— Apply evenings, Mrs. THOMAS, Pendinas, Twyn- Todyn. M 12 < APPRENTICES WANTED. j WANTED, Apprentice to the grocer aud provisions: indoors.—Apply Kin?- Price, Dowlais. M 26 DRESSMAKING, Apprentices and Improvers wanted at once.—Apply, Mrs. CLOKE, 39, Upper Thomas- treet, Merthyr. M 12 ROCERY and Provisions.—An Apprentice wanted, IJT outdoors.—Apply J. D. JOSES, Crown Stores, Pant- oad, Dowlais. M 19 u SITUATIONS VACANT. f jlflfERTHYR Co-operative Society, Ltd., Bethesda- lyJL street.—Wanted, Haulier and Warehouseman, ble to speak Welsh wage. 24s. per week. Application, J tating age, experience, with testimonials, to be made lot later than Tuesday, March 15th, 1910. M 12 WANTED, Caretaker for small Workmen's Institute. Terms—house and coal, with £ 3 salary per alendar month.—Apply, with two references, to Secre- ary. Q. WILLIAMS. Park-road, Ebbw Vale, Mon. M 12 WANTED Immediately, a respectable, well conducted young Lady to manage Temperance Refreshment lar, &c. at the Lucania Billiard Hall, Ebbw Vale. -ATIY in the premises on and after Monday next. 1 M 12 APARTMENTS WANTED. WANTED Two, furnished or unfurnished, Rooms near Station.—Address, M 192; Express Office, derthyr. M 19 APARTMENTS TO UET.. COMFORTABLE Lodgings for two respectable young c men, quiet family, no children.—. Apply 26, Dany- park, Merthyr. M 25 COMFORTABLE Front bedroom and sitting room to C Let, suit one or two gentlemen.-W, Thomas-street, Merthyr. M 26 COMFORTABLE Lodgings for respectable young man. —Apply 82. Thomas 8treet. Merthyr. M 12 CLEAN comfortable Lodgings for respectable work- men, with or without board, bath h. and c.—Ad- dress M 196, Express Office, Merthyr. M 26 OMFORTABLE Sitting room and Bedrooms to Let, c near station, board or otherwise. 53, Upper t Thomas-street, Merthyr. A 16 < APARTMENTS to Le*- in Thomastown, suit one lady or two willing to share room, with piano terms moderate.— AddressM 195, "Express" Office, Merthvr. A 16 FURNISHED, front Sitting-room and Bedroom, suit Gentleman; bath and lavatory; Bryngoleu, Gwendoline-street, near Hospital, Merthyr, M 12 HOLIDAY APARTMENTS TORQUAY.—Comfortable Apartments near sea, town and station home comforts piano. Moderate.— Mrs. LITTLK, Cottisniore, Bampfyeld-road. A 16 HOUSES WANTED. f O HOUSE-OWNERS.-Wanted in Merthyr, House, I rent not to exceed 32s. per month; near to cars immediate possession.- Apply M 200, Express" Office: Merthyr. M 12 n 3 HOUSE and Unfurnished Rooms wanted. State par- ) iL]L ticulars and rent.—M 198 "Express" Ofnce Met- tbyn if 12 WANTED email House or Flat near Station.— Address, M 193, "Express" Office. Merthyr. M19 HOUSES TO LET. TO Let onej semi-detached Villa at The Grove The Walk, Merthyr. — Apply, DAVIKS, 1, Park-place, ] Merthyr. M19 TO be Let. 40, Union-terrace, Merthyr, vacant March t 20th.—Apply Mrs. WILLIAMS, 2, Kenwyn-terraoe, E Parade. Pontypridd. M 12 I ■ HOUSE to Let, immediate possession.—Apply, 114, High-street, Merthyr. M 12 c BUSINESS PREMISES FOR SALE. I7\6ll SALE by private treaty, the well-known Pontsarn S Pavilion and Grounds best position for catering and amusements; suitable for skating ii:ik—>ppiv, M. ( tarn HOUSES AND LAND FOR SALE. jlREEHOLD and Leasehold properties for 6ale at Cefn A J Coed.—Apply at 62a High Street, Cefn. M 12 710R SALE by private treaty. House in Queen-street, I &: Caepanttwyll.—Applv, TUO.MAS&DAVIES, Solicitors, 1 erthyr. M 26 tF1 1 ilo T'lOIt SALE, three Semi-detached Villas and three sr- j Cottages, complete with all modern conveniences. [\ mtherly aspect, commanding fine view of district, and ose to station.—Apply, first instance, M 194, Express s Bee, Merthyr Tydfil. M 19 R LE-EIOO City Life House Purchase CertiS- anc cate, six years paid £ 18 10s.. immediate advance Ty< mailable; sell cheap.—M 190, "Express" Office, Mer- yt. M 12 | BUSINESS PREMISES TO LET. 1- rO Let larpe rooms suitable for warehouses; or work- shops immediate possession.—Apply SWSET. 13, JJ. ictoria-street, Merthvr. >12f> ou aOUSE and Shop, large size, main street, Merthyr Tydfil,—Apply Tnos. WAKE, Alona, Cievedon. M5 "CASTLE Chambers. Offices to let.-Very fine room ali] _y to let as Offices ever 101, High-street, Merthyr.— Sti pply WIL HARRIS. T S ho. to BUSINESS FOR DISPOSAL. aoi -———————————.————————-— lio, ———————————————————————————— to BUSINESS FOR DISPOSAL. aoi —— — OHJ CMALL General Business for Sale. Twvnyrodyn dis- me 5 trict; Stock and Fixtures at valuation low rent.— 0111 pply, C. L. STEWART, Valuer and Estate Agent, Mil- del jurne Chambers, Merthvr Tvdfil. M 5 ou —— Br BUSINESS REQUIRED. I Bri rmrANTED to Buy small General Business, showing IT ? V a living. State price and particulars to E Z, Merthyr Express," Merthyr Tydfil. M 19 BUSINESS PREMISES REQUIRED- ilr ANTED, in Lower High-street, Dowlais. House and Ma ▼ V Shop or House to rent or purchase full particu- ,rs first letter.—M 1S7, Merthyr Express" Office, L( ,rs first letter.—M 197, Merthyr Express" Office, L( erthyr. M 26 no ====================—===============■ jei HORSES, TRAPS, ETC. ull oj G^OR SALE, good crank axle Bread Van. good con □ dition, cheap.—W. T. HATCH, West End Bakery, gu" bbw Vale. A 9 Su LIGHT stylish Wagonette, £ 12 strong Wagonette, £ 7; two rubber-tyred Gigs, £ 7 10s. each three SP ironz Traps, from 14; thirty sets Harness, Saddles, ridles, Horse Clothing, Head Collars. Loin Cloths, ab amps; also some Wheels, Axles and Springs.—BREEZE, co ,ed Cow, Merthyr. M 12 au sa ———————————————————— ———————————————————————————————————————————————————————— 39 PIGS da IGS given "Gip" escape Swine Fever. keep from an PIGS given "Gip" escape Swine Fever, keep from ca L Worms. Cramp. Fits Fatten rapidly 3Jibs. Is. 6d., arriage paicL-RAMLni, Harcourt, Salisbury. Agent, OAVIS, Chemist. Merthyr Tydfil. M 19 POULTRY. p ILTO DEAD CHICKS.—ARMITAGE'S DRY FEED CHICKEN FOOD the original and the best; to nsure success, no other food should be given for first 14 ays. Chickens reared on this food weigh 20oz. when ive weeks nld; pullets commence to lay at 5 months. In iags, 4d., 8d., Is. 4d., 2s. 6d., and 5s. Manufactured by Lrmitage Bros., Ltd., Nottingham.—fc jld bj. larris, 144, High-street, Merthyr, and at Hi! e £ S- )awlais; Hopkins Bros., 82,Twynvrodyn, Merthyr xydfil I ). Jones. Carmarthen Stores; C. J. Black, Chemist, Tre- legar; W. Harris, 38. Taff-street, J. Protheroe and T. larris & Co., Ltd., Taff-street, Pontypridd P. A. Lewis. 2, Cardiff-road, Caerphilly; F. Williams, Household I Itores. Senghenydd. A 4 EGGS and day-old Chicks.—White Wyandottes and White Orpingtons, bred from 1st and 2nd prize 12 nonthe, U.P.C. competition winners and trap-nested tens. with records 220 to 245 eggs in 12 months. Eggs «. 6d. to 7s. 6d. Chicks 7s. 6d. to 15s. 6dL—Mrs. PREECE, ?ros3hill Farm, near Shrewsbury. A 2 — UP to £ 80 per annum Hatching Chickens. £ 5 Cap- ital required; easy purchase plan. Copyright explanatory booklets two stamps postage.—GODDARD'S, St. Mary's-road, Ilford, M 12 CUNS POR Sale 6 high pressure 2 Barrel pieefs.—Oldfield. 4, r Glebeland Place, Merthyr. M 26 ■ BUN.—Double Breechloader, quite new. latest im- provements, finest steel barrels, left choke, well inished. nicely balanced, splendid killer, bargain, 3Ss. -13, Newcastle-street, Merthyr. M 26 CUTLERY. Articles for 9s, lid.—Knives, Forks, Spoons, Car- L»" vers, &c. Whist Drive Prises and Wedding Pres- ets. Sensational bargain list post free. Send immedi- ,tely.—Sheffield Cutlery Direct Supply Company, whole- ale manufacturers, Centurv Works, Howard-street ■ Sheffield. M12 j CYCLES FOR SALE. r- I p POR SALE, two Gents'Bicycles, perfect order, cheap.— £ BP.KKSK. Red Cow, Merthyr. M 26 Q IQTO Dunlop-Palmer Clincher Tyres, also Covers, 3s. 3d. guaranteed Air Tubes 2s. 3d. each lycle Accessories, 1910 goods. Send for list.—W. A ei 30RT0N, Manufacturer, Wolverhampton. M 26 MM————WWW—,1^——> I ———————————————————— ———————————— ic FOR SALE. 01 ENAMELLED P.O.P. Postcards, customers' negatives, 9d. dozen and postage, bast work Cabinets 2s. 6d. lalf-dozen send photo and cash.-ART COT., Seaton, )evon. Jn 4 re 1 ilOR SALE, Level and 800 yards of Raii^, 200 yards of I* Pipes, 4 Pumps, 1 Syphon, 14 Tram?, 11 Partings, o Horses, complete, harness and shafts a)so a good Coal itound, Bag trade.—Apply, for full pa-Ucalars, ISRAEL RICK, Can-ol-y-bryn, Twynyrodyn, Me-Ciu r. M 5 PINE Indian Carpet, size 12 ft. 3 ins. by 8 ft 2 ins.; perfect condition bargain, £ 4 15s. — PRICHARB, — Auction Mart, Merthyr. T S F WALL PAPERS from lid. per Roll Any quantity, large or small, at Wholesale Prices. Our Stock :xceeds 230,000 rolls, all classes. Write for Patterns, itating class required.—Dept. 353, Trm BARNRTT WALL PAPER Co.. LTD., Manchester. Jy 16 MEDICAL REMEDIES TEAGUELINE Herbs, wonderful medicine, thousands JL of testimonials from grateful sufferers as to relief obtained for Indigestion, Constipation Headache, Back- iche, Liver, Stomach and Kidney Disorders post free, P )ne packet. 10d., three for 2s. Illustrated Herbal Book, 01 id. Look Look! a sample packet of Cough and Lung S Herbs sent, post free, for ZKL-Tzkrux, 23, Station-street, Newport, Mon. A 2 Iv. ADVICE FREE for Stamp; Mrs. Stewart's famous w Female Remedy never fails.—Address, 9. Guinea- h street, Bristol. M 26 ni IMPORTANT TO MOTHERS- Every mother who cs Jt. 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, 4d. and Jd., Postage Id.—GEO. W. HARRISON, Chemist, Reading. Sold by Chemists. Agents for Merthyr, Rees Thomas ind Son, 143 and 65, High-street, and J. Francis Tre- X legar, C. J. Black; Aberdare, E. E Evans, 9 and 10, Victoria-square Abercynon, W. G. Williams; Mountain ish, D. Williams, Commercial-street; Abergavenny, 5hackleton and Co., 9, Cross street; Brynmawr, A. E. Evans, 43, Beaufort-street, and A. M. Jones, 42, King- itreet; Ebbw Vale, A. E. Evans, Ida-place, and T. DougaU, 3ethcar-street; Treharris, T. Thomas,The Square Dow ais, R. P. Rees, 177, High-street Blackwood, A. Enoch & LJanbradach, W. J. Williams Merthyr, T, Jenkins, Pont norlais. All chemists. S 24/10 fr EMIGRATION. EMIGRATION-For Lowest Fares to South Africa by JLD the Union Castle Line, to America and Canada by ;he Cunard, White Star, American, Dominion, Canadian Pacific. Allan and other Steamship Companies, and to Aus- tralia. Reduced passages to New South Wales. Also for ;rips around the British Isles and Coasting Trips. Assisted ftassages to Sydney, New South Wales, for Agri- culturalists. Domestic Servants, Miners, Artisans, Navvies md General Labourers. Agent for Barry Railway (Red Funnel Steamers), 1,000-Mile Ticket Books for One Guinea ~]J -Apply D. M. RICHARDS, Wenallt Aberdare. T.S. 1 Pi MISCELLANEOUS. m MDME, Elvira, F.C.S., Teacher of Palmistry, Phreno- logy. 4c,—This Distinguished and Scientific Lady vill shortly be returning to America. Clients who wish a consult her on business, speculation, change, travel,, ir health may new have the opportunity. Receptions iaily, 2 till 9.—13, Queen-street, Arcade, Cardiff. —^ J. de DRUNKENNESS CURED quickly, secretly, perma- nently, unfailingly, harmlessly, cost, trifling m irial free; Rave loved ones—with certainty.—CARLTON 7HSMICAL Co., 722, Guildhall Buildings, Birmingham. T S E Stylographic Pen English make, in Brown or A Black, 2/6 post free.—H. W. Sou they to Sons. 'Express Office, Merthyr BOXES of Cruet Papers, containing 36 papers with lace edges, for three bottles, 7id.: six bottles, IE.— J. W. Southey and Sons. Express Office Merthyr. OURNING Cards sample hook of designs sent oil 1 fl receipt of 2s. 6d., refunded 'on return of books. Orders executed immediately.—H. W. SOUTEKT and SoNS, Express Office, Merthyr. &1 CUTLET FRILLS. Boxes of 3 doz., best quality, 6d. per box or separately^ at 2d. per doz.—H. ■iouthey & Sons, Express" Office. Merthyr. THE "Tom-Tit "Fountain Pen. Black or Brown, a iouthey & Sons, Express" Office. Merthyr. THE "Tom-Tit "Fountain Pen. Black or Brown, a perfect Pen, 2% inches long, will fit in a lady's purse p ;6 post free.—H. W. Southey ic Sons, Express" Office, Merthyr. THE Go-ahead" Pen fitted with 14-carat gold nib' Every Pen is a perfect writing instrument. 3/6 >ost free.—H. W. Southey & Sons, Express Office, rterthyr. POPULAR Card Games. New pattern book of latest — designs in Stationery for round Games, Progressive j IVhist Invitation and Scoring Cards, Progressive Bridge, 3olf Whist, 'Afternoon Tea"7Game Cards, "Press „ Letter" Flower Romance, Primroses. Pansies, The 1 Same of Ages," etc. The Invitation and Scoring Cards ire boxed in dozens, and can be supplied in small qual- ,ities as required from 1/- per dozen.—H. W. Southey & >ons, Express Office. Merthyr Tydfil T.S. U THE Very Latest Novelty! 1 doz. honeycomb pie ,n collars, assorted colours. Is. the toox, postage 3d W. Southey & Sons. "Express" Office, Merthyr PK Dish Collars, best quality. Pink or White, Is. per c ho:. ot c ue ciozeu, postage lid.-IL W. Southey & ioiig. "K'prea^" Ofiice, Merthyr. QFFICE FILES oi all ialest iiiif.rnveinents.— H. I5 0 MUN&r. j20 to £ 1,000 J_l" "Z* V/ithcut any Security, Reasonable Inteiest and no delay, Strictest privacy Applications from all parts receive attention, Apply direct to 13 TAFF EMBANUMENT. CARDIFF. Accommodation, £10 to .£:1000. Interest 2s. in the £ for aleed period. W. Jachlsok, iso,Tudor-road, Cardiff. My 14 A LL persons who want to borrow woney on a simp! prelOuÜasory uote of hand, at »t8- repaymer>u Gf om Is. to 5s. per week, frciu a- sp-2cia.uy aubof'.&8ea riNldly Society (not II. firm 01 money lenders; sÎlould iply to J. L. CcKXiNfiHAM, Secretary, The Borous* oney Society, 19, Glebeland Street, Merthyr. k M ORTGAGE LOANS.— PersoDi. ^•.ho have bou I house, cr require advancts upon their properties leuid apply to J. L. CLKMNGUAM, Auctioneer, who has :veral suiiis of money from £103 up to £2,000 for iinmedw ,e advance upon freehold or JeasdlOld stcurities, út 4|t ]d 5 per cent. — Oihces, IS, Giebeund-street, Merttiyf yd til.. IS O. MOixIllS, Auctioneer, Xhe Square, Rhymuey {J. has several sun.s of money, amounting in all t# 4,000, to place out ior clients upon Leasehold or Fret' aid Seuri:¡es:lot 4 per cent. or b pH cent. T S Provincial Union Bank coctia&# jJL to Lcud large sums daily from £10 to £5:n II JSote of Hand aiotie. or on any other approved s» arily, at a few hours' notice, to all class in ana j art of iiiiigland and Waits, repayable by easy itt jSlmetits. With aud ithoiit securities. No good Implication is ever refused. A II Comrnunicat-iont trictly Private. This business having been estate a treat nary years, and conducted in a* onouraMe aud straight lor ward manner, has growl > bo one of the best knov.n and largest in the om, the uniform courtesy and prompt attention it Ilf oliicials having: gained the confidence and reconk icnclaltons ot our numerous customers. If desired^ ne of our oldtiais will attend at applicant's resi. cnce wiiii cash, and carry cut the advance Witboo ut Delay. Call or write to the Manner, Western iranch, Mr. STANLEY LOWDIMG, 1, Queen-square^ rista), or to Mr. W. JAMES, 168, llic mond-rottd, Cardift CRE CHARENG CROSS bakk ESTABLISHED 1870. CARDIFF BRANCH 73 ST. MARY STREET. lead Offices: Bedford-street. S;ran<l, London, W.C. f 39, Biehopsgate-street Within, LOrJdoD, E.C. Branches) Lanchester. Liveroocl, T.eeds, Bristol, etc. .ssets, £ 1,607,949; l^iabilitiee, £ 1.236.871; Surplus, £ 371,07ft jOANS of £30 to granted at a few hours* iotice iu town or country, on personal security, ev., 'terr. precious SlOilèS" lit>t>cks. shares, and fnr. Litti.e, without removal, blocks and Shares .Bought and Sold. J per cent, allowed on Current Account Balances* DEPOSITS of £10 and upwards received as andari ubject to 3 notice of withdrawal, j p. c. per ann. ubject to 6 m'nths' notice of withdrawal, 6 p.c. per annj ubiect to 12 m'nths' notiee ûf withdrawal, 7 p,c. per ann, pedal terms (longer periods). Interest paid ijuarterly. Owing lo the nature of our investments, we a.r. ible to pay rates of interesi, on deposits that will ompare favourably with dividends paid on almost my class of stock or shareholding insuring th. afety of capital. We have been established fot 9 years, and our position in the banking world to- lay testifies to tile success of our business methods. md to the satisfaction of our customers..Write 01 all for prospectus. A. WILLIAMS and H. J. TALL. Joint Maiag.ua, A MERTHYR AND DOWLAffi Permanent Benefit Building Society BE YOUR OWN LANDLORD. LOANS advanced to enable yeu to buy thtt Souse vou occupy. LOANS on Buildings in progress. Repayments spread over from 3 to 17 years. Loans may be redeemed at any time. No Survey Fees, beyond out of pocket expenses* No Management Expenses. Borrowers Pay No IDcome Tax. Special Terms for Special Loans negotiated oa ipplicataon. Apply to Mr. DAVID DAVIES, Secretary, Glebeland Houso, Merthyr Tydfilr THE MILB0URNE PERMANENT BUILDING SOCIETY, Incorporated under the x Building Societict Acts*. A. SAFE .AND SOUND INVESTMENTS- FOR SAVINGS. » sroi AiifiNT EIX EACH" Payable in Full or by Instalments. Interest t per cent. par annum—Free of Income Tax. 3harea may be withdrawn at any tune on giving. One Month's Notice. LOANS in sums of £100 to £1,000 are made, to enable persons to buy House Property, or t4 persons requiring Advances on Property already in their possession. Re-payable by easy Monthly or Quarterly Instalments, or on such other terllW as the Directors may approve. DEPOSITS, in amoants of £5 and upward* received, at 3 per cent. per annum. Fall Prospectus may be obtained from thft. Secretary, CHAS. L. STEWART, v Miibonrne Chambers, Merthyr TydfiV For PRIVATE CASH ADVANCEl Apply to— ALBERT Ei GASH, At his private house, r 30, St. George's Terrace, Swansea. < Mr. Gash is prepared to advance to respectably persons loans from £10 to any amcunt, upon theilt own Note of Hand, without Sureties or Bill of Sale, INTENDING BORROWERS in applying tar- Mr. Gash, have the satisfaction of knowing whom they are dealing, for Mr. Gash trades undetf" his own name, and not under an assumed W¡.m6c: neither does he trade as & ."Company or Rep- ealled "Bank." PLKASE NOTE ADDRESS— 50, ST. GEORGE'S TERRACE, < WALTER ROAD, SWANSEA. rhe Hengoed, Maesycwmmer & Ystratk Mynach Permanent Investment and Loan Society. i (Registered under the Friendly Societies Acts). lj:¡ Safe and Profitable Investment. Loans to Trades*, men, Artisans and others on reasonable terms. Prospectus and full information to be obtained from the Secretaiv, JAMES LEVER, BANK CHAMBERS, HENGOED.; .——.———————————————————————— THE BOROUGH MOMEY SOCIETYj, OFFICES;—19, GLEBELAND STREET, MERTHYR TYDFI "f ONEY ADVAKCElr TO TRADESMEN, WORK15 jjfJL. MEN AND OTHERS upen the security of ft Promissory Note on the following KASY terms of rtp¡¡J-; inent;— £10 Share, repayment ls. 2d. per week. £20.. „ 2s. 2d. *30 « 3a. 2d. v- £ 40 „ 4s. 2d. ^50 „ 7, 5a. 2d. PeAOns desiroou yf takiiiu' investinj Shares in this; Society should do so immediately, as there is a great' demand for these Shares. APPLICATIONS for loans or investing shares muat be made to the Secretary, J. L. CUNNINGHAM, AUCTIONEER, MERTHYR TYDFIL.' Nat. Tel. 245. The Sirhowyl Valley Permanent Money Society. (REGISTERED UNDER THE FEIENDLY SOCIETIES AOT, 1896). LOANS can be obtained from the above Society at any time on note of hand. Terms of repaymeni-10 share, 1/2 per week- £ 30 3 2 „ £ 50 5/2 Subscription night, every Monday, 7 to 8.30 Registered Office, Town Hall Cham bars, Tredegaf* Applications for Loans or investing Shares ttf: be made to the Secretary, EBENEZER THOMAS, Parkviile, Tredegac. Branches at Ebbw Vale and Blackwood. LOANS ON PERSONAL SECURITY. INVESTMENT*' WANTED.—Those who require a Lean prompt a v V private, to apply to the SOUTH WALES EQUITABLE MONEY SOCIETY, Coder-Friendly "\f" /"fc "VT C? ~\f Co-operative,; Societies' Act. vF u.\ JCi JL System. „ 10 lend at low Interest exceptionally easy repay euts. 1/2 per week repays loan ot £ 10. Share, etc. Don't be misled by those who say, No INTEREST anij., no FIxES TO £ Ur." Apply for descriptive prospectus and last annual balano sheet to District Agent, E. HARRY REES, Tredegar. Islwynjeriaceand Temperance HaU, Mcndays 7 tç it -4'