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G. M. & R. CUNSON, r Family Grocers, Tea, Coffee & Italian Warehousemen WINE AND SPIRIT MERCHANTS. ALE AND PORTER BOTTLERS. 67 and 68, High Street, I MERTHYR TYDFIL.
OWEN & GEORGE, IRON BRIDGE BREWERY, MERTHYR. BOTTLERS OF WORTHINGTON'S India Pale Ale OAKHILL'S Invalid Double Stout MURPHY'S (Cork) Invalid Stout. The above are Bottled in their natural state, and guaranteed to be always in good condition. Price Liat on application. Special quotations for large quantities.
Established over Half-a-Century. Auction Mart, Court Street, MERTHYR TYDFIL. WYNDHAM J~. PRICHARD, (Fellow of the Auctioneers' Institute), Auctioneer, Valuer and Estate Agent, PROPERTY SALES CONDUCTED. VALUATIONS or EVERY DESCRIPTION MADE. AGENT FOR ALL THE PRINCIPAL .LIFE, FIRE, ACCIDENT AND BURGLARY INSURANCE COMPANIES. SALE NO. 370. WEDNESDAY, APRIL 6th, 1910. Auction Marti, Court Street, MERTHYR. BALE OF RELIABLE AND SOVND HOUSEHOLD < FURNITURE. PIANO, PIRR GLASSES and EFFECTS. consigned for Sale. MESSRS. H. W. Harris & Son CMR. WTNDHAM J. PKTCHARD, Fellow of the Auctioneers' Institute), WILL SELL RY AUCTION at their ipaelons VT and convenient Aurtwo Mart, 8 "hove. the WEDNESDAY in EVERY MONTH, a large and varied assortment of very snperlor Household Furniture and Appointments Goods packed cr stored free of charge, and every care taken to give satisfaction. The Sale will commence at Two o'clock to the [Afternoon. Punctnal attendance Is respectfully reqnested. 'Auctioneers' Offices. The Mart. Merthyr Tydfil I. ABERGAVENNY. EASTER TUESDAY, March 29th, GRAND AMATEUR ATHLETIC FESTIVAL ,i NEW ATHLETIC GROUND, Prizes, J3X30 Prizes. ^JTlRST COMPETITION for the STRAKER TROPHY, in 3 MILE OPEN FLAT RACE. OPEN TROTTING & PONY RACES, 24 Quivers Prizee. Z. WHEATLEY, HON. SEC. IXANGADOCK RACES EASTER MONDAY, MARCH 28th. 1910. Prizes 1100, including Silver Cup. List of Events and full particulars, apply- J. GRIFFITHS HARRIES. v Penybont. Llangadock. YOUR EASTER MONDAY (March 28th, 1910), at CARMARTHEN PARK. Brass Band Contests Classes A, B & C. All the Bands in Weill Wales Competicg. UNIQUE PERFORMANCE BY mm Mdlle. A. Hengleur's TOUR OF RUSSIAN POODLES. Amateur CYCLE RACES (Under N.C.U. Roles), and ? PROFESSIONAL J'OOT RACES. GATES OPEN AT 12.30 P.M. ADMISSION ONE SHILLING. MAKE A NOTE OF THIS DATE. MAY 9th, 1910. -BARGOED & DISTRICT 5th ANNUAL MAY-DAY SHOW AND PARADE SHAKES PLACE AT BARGOED, iBolendid Classes, Local and Open, Cash Prince. Fire Brigades Tournament. Ambulance Competitions. f: timbering Competitions. Fancy, Novel and Comic Classes SPECIAL CLASS FOR BOY SCOUTS. Schedules and Entry Forms may be obtained wom D. G. STAPLETON, Sec., or ALF. THOMAS, Assist. Sea, BARGOED. J^Yni PRELIMINARY NOTICE. ( EGLWYSILAN SPORTS The above will be held on Saturday, June 25,1910. For further particulars see Posters. h- AIvLAN LINE TO CANADA. UNDER GOVERNMEKT CONTRACT FOR CONVEYANCE CANADIAN MAILS. EXPRESS TURBINE STEAMERS. LIVERPOOL Virginian April 1 liONDON (Via Havre) Corinthian April 23 Weekly Service from Liverpool at Low Rates, all Classes; also from London 2nd and 3rd Classes ohly. Unsurpassed accommodation. Apply ALLAN LINE. 19, James-street, Liverpool; 64, Pall Mall, S.W., and 103, Leadenhall-street, London, | or Local Agents. HITS STAR LINE U ROYAL MAIL STEAMERS. LARGEST STEAMERS IN THE WORLD BUILDING. NBWKST, TERSEST AND FASTHBT SMAIIRR TO BOSTON. SOUTHAMPTON—CHERBOURG— QUEENSTOWN-NEW YORK. BOYAL and UNITED STATES MAIL SERVICE, Calling at Queenstown Westbound, and Plymouth Eastbound. LoUIS Wed., Mar. 30 OCXAHIC Wed., April 6 And Regularly Thereafter. American Line Steamer. Liverpool—Queenstown. I Liverpool-QueeiiBtown New York, I Boston. BALTIC Saturday, April 2 | CTMRIC Toes., April 5 JlUTIC Saturday, April 2 | CTMRIC Toes., April 5 CDRIC Saturday, April 16 I MKS ANTIC Tues., April 12 And Regularly Thereafter. CANADA. WHITE STAR-DOMINION SERVICE. LIVERPOOL—QUEBEC-MONTREAL. Largest Steamers in the Canadian Trade. DOJONION Thur., April 211 LAuaENtio Sat., April 30 DOMINION LINE. LIVERPOOL-HA LIFAX-PORTLAND. 01NADA. Thur., April 7 Sot raw ARK, Thur., APRIL 14 For further particulars apply to Local Agents; er to ISMAY. IMRIE & CO. 30. Jamtt-strmfc. pool; Southampton: and 38. Leadenhan-street. London, E.C. CUNARD LINE ROYAL MAIL STEAMERS. LARGEST AND FASTEST VESSELS IN mil WORLD. BW STEAMER FRANCONIA," XWIK-SCHEW, 18,000 ToN. GROSS, NOW BOILDINØ. LAMEST AND FASTEST STHAMERS TO Bo$ft>p. 3TBOM LIVERPOOL. VIA QUEENaTOWN. TO HKW YORK. TO BOSTON. Campania Sat,, Mar. 26 11 vera!* Tues., Mar. 28 Mauretania Sat,, April 21 Ivemia Tues., April 26 CANADA: FAST ROUTE; SPDAIr RATES. For further particulars apply to Local Agents: JM to THB CUNARD COMPANY, LTLX, ^«rpo<>L 1 *• AUCTION SUMMARY. Mr. JOHN FORRESTER. April 1, 5 & 7-Pasture Lands at Sewage Farms. Messrs. H. W. HARRIS & SON. April 6—Furniture at Auction Mart. Merthyr. Parknewydd and Berwerdy, Navigation and Ynyscaedudwg and Troedyrhiw Sewage Farms. ANNUAL LETTING OF PASTURE LANDS. Mr. J. Forrester HAS been favoured with instructions from the Merthyr Tydfil and Aberdare Farms' Man- agement Committee to LET by PUBLIC AUC- TION, at the above-named FARMS, on MONDAY, TUESDAY, and THURSDAY. April 4th, 5th and 7th, 1910. subject to such conditions of Sale as shall be there and then read, the j PASTURE LANDS on the said Farms. ORDER OF SALE Parknewydd and Berwerdy. April 4th, at Two Navigation and Ynyscaedudwg, April 5th, at Two o'clook. Troedyrhiw. April 7th, afc Two O'clock. Luncheon will be provided at Parknewydd Farm on April 4th and 6tb, and at Troedyrhiw Farm on April 7th, at One o'clock each day. Full particulars of the several Lota in catalogues, which may be obtained from the Committee's Farm Bailiff. Parknewydd Farm, Abere .0., Mr. W. R. HARRIS, the Clerk, Town Hal), Merthyr Tydfil, or the Auctioneer, 39, High-street, Merthyr Tydfil. Merthyr Guardians Election. To THB ELECTORS OF THE TOWN WARD. LADlBS AND GENTLEMEN, For the past 15 years I have bad the honour of being your representative, and once more I place my services before you and seek a continuance of your confidence. The next three years will probably see a chancre in the system of Poor Law Administration—in the meantime, if elected, I will continue to take a sympathetic interest in the deserving poor. I will endeavour, at the same time, to safeguard the general interest of the ratepayers by opposing needless expenditure. My experience of rating and valuation is well known to you, and the interest I take in the financial questions of the Guardians will be con-, tinued. Trusting that on April 4th I shall receive the vote and interest of my fellow-townsmen and all those who have supported me in the past, Your obedient Servant. DAVID EVANS. The Oafé, Queen's-road, Merthyr. Election of Guardians, 1910. TO THE ELECTORS OF THE DOWLAIS WARD. LADIES AND GENTLEMEN, With much gratitude I have to tender yon my sincere thanks for your kindness in returning me a Member of the Merthyr Tydfil Board of Guard- ians, and this without a contest makes the compli- ment so much more to be appreciated. Allow me again to thank you, and also my sup- porters who me not voters in the Ward, for attend- ing, and for the hearty and encouraging reception given meat the Meeting on Monday Evening, the H inst. I trust, by close application, to become versed in the necessary requirements of the Poor Law, and wish to say my best endeavours will be used for the betterment of those who fipd it necessary to appeal for assistance to the Guardians. You may be sure the interests of the Dowlais Ward will not be neglected by me. I am, Ladies and Gentlemen, Yours faithfully, CHARLES FENWICK. 18th March, lftjO. Merthyr Board of Guardians ELECTION, 1910. TO THE ELECTORS OP THE PENY- DARKEN WARD. LADIES Aim GENTIAMEK, Yon have done me the honour of electing me as one of your Representatives on the Board of Guardians for several years past, and as the term for which you last elected me will expire this month, I again appeal to you for a renewal of your confidence. In making this appeal I claim to have faithfully attended to the duties devolving upon me as your Representative on the Board, and as a Guardian of the poor-whilst carefully enquiring into all applications for relief and extending every assistance to the necessitous—I have en- deavoured to avoid reckless distribution and wastefulness in the several Institutions whioh are managed by the Guardians. A good deal of the work of the Board is done in Committee, and in this direction I have always given my best attention and regularly visited Schools, Cottage Homes, the House and Infirmary. If you again honour me by electing me as one of yonr representatives, I will give the same careful attention to yoar interests, to the wants of the poor in the renydarren ward, in particular, and of the parish generally. I am, Ladies and Gentlemen, Your obedient Servant, THOMAS EDWARD MORGAN. 230, High-street, Dowlais, March 17th, 1910. Merthyr Board of Guardians. TO THE ELECTORS OF PENYDARREN WARD. LADIBS AND GzNTLism-am, Once again I beg to offer myself for re-election on the above Board. During the nine years I have had the hopour of ve representing you, I have discharged my duties faithfully and concientiously. Although family considerations have obliged me to live in Cardiff 1 Lr for the present, I can assure you that this will in no way interfere with my attending the meetings, and care for the interests of the poor as before. I am in Merthyr almost every day of the week, and consequently, there can be no difficulty in my interviewing any people who wish to see me on matters pertaining to the Merthyr Union. The importance of having women on the Board who can readily enter into matters concerning the aged, the siok, and the little children who are committed to the care of the Guardians, is now fully recognized, and I beg of you, in considera- tion of my former services on the Board, and m the various committees, to hsnour me with a re- newal of your confidence. I remain, Youra faithfully, (Signed), MARY A. EVANS. The Waterloo, 38, High Street, Merthyr TydfiL March 21st, 1910. TONG & COBON, AUCTIONEERS, VALUERS, GAUGERS BROKERS, &c. HEAD OFFICE Auction Chambers, Brynmawr. TeL P.O. 18. Sales of every description arranged for with prompt settlement. Valuations for Transfer, Probate, or Mortgage exped'tiously completed. LICENSING BUSINESS A SPECIALITY. THE ART UNION OF LONDON, 112. STRAND. W.C. A Subscription of jBl la. entitles the Subscriber to a Copy of a flue Plate, which is an artistic facsimile rendering in colour of the ORIGINAL PAINTING, by Alfred Parsons, A.R.A.. entitled SPRINGTIME. Or the subscriber may select from the many fine Engravings and Etchings previously issued by the Society, and also the ohance of WINNING A PRIZE at the Society's Annual PRIZE DRAWING in April. For full particular* apply, I. WTLKS, ABCTIONEBB, 14, Glebeland Street, Merthyr. ARITHMETIC. Expert Courses for:— 1.—PRELIM. CERTIFICATE. Are you afraid I of Part I 3,-OXFORD LOCALS. 3,—The CERTIFICATE EXAMINATION, j By an EXPERIENCED TEACHES.. | Drop a poet card giving particulars, "DERWEN DEG," 1 '.jJ&R Jtatoi Dr. Pontypridd. REFUCE ASSURANCE COMPANY, LIMITED. Chief Office :-OXFORD STREET, MANCHESTER. EXTRACT FROM THE ANNUAL REPORT, FOR THE YEAR ENDING 31st DECEMBER, 1909. ORDINARY BRANCH.—The number of Policies issued during the year was 27,290, assuring the sum of £ 2,023,705, and producing a Premium Income of £ 128,856 13s. 9d. The Preminui Income for the year was £ 818,965 2s. 7d., being an increase of £ 54,523 19s. 7d., as compared with the previous year. The amount paid in respect of Claims was 13b4,862 3s. id. INDUSTRIAL BRANCH.—The Premium Income for the year amounted to 91,782,265 15s. Od., being an increase of £ 79,537 10s. 7d. over the previous year. The amount paid in respect of Claims was L776,564 16s. 2d. The aggregate Premium Income of both branches for the year was 12,601,230 17& 7d. showing an increase of £ 151,061 10s. 2d. over the previous year. The total amount of Claims paid in both branches since the establishment of the Company is £ 13,331,325 7s. Od. The total funds of the Company amount to 9,6,838,618 ds. 6d. representing an increase during the year of £ 658,323 18s. 6d. General Balance Sheet of the Refuge Assurance Company, Limited, for the Year ending 31st December, 1909. LIABILITIES. £ s. d. ASSETS. Shareholders' Capital, paid up 300,000 0 0 INVESTMENTS £ s d Ordinary Branch Assurance Fund.. 4,743,903 14 1 Morttrae'es on Prnnnrfv i ORR, 11 11 Industrial Branch Assurance Fund 1,791,714 10 5 Loans on Municipal and'other Rates L02S338 16 1 House Property and Land 666,826 19 5 Colonial Government Securities 149,383 10 7 foreign Government Securities 263,798 11 0 Railway and other Debentures and Debenture Stock 2,414,923 5 1 Do. do. Stock and Shares, Prefer- ence and Ordinary 216,714 16 S Chief Rents 30,520 16 3 Loans on the Company's Policies within their Surrender Valne 287,401 0 0 Furniture and Fixtures. 37,944 0 10 Superintendents' Balances 34,201 12 2 Outstanding Premiums 129,468 17 11 Outstanding Interest and Rents 28,274 3 2 Bank Deposits for fixed periods 234,750 0 0 CaJ6 at Bankers 61,373 9 10 Cash in hand 19,232 14 0 ;< £ 6,838,*?!° i «j ,838,618 4 6 IHTTT*TP 1- Joint General Managers. JAMES WTLCOCK, Chairman. PHILIP feMIlH, ) HENRY THORNTON > ROBERT MOSS. Secretary. VVILLIAM ADAMS, } Directors. w. have examined the foregoing Balance Sheets and Accounts, and in our opinion such Balance Sheets are full and fair Balance Sheets containing the particulars required by the regulations of the Company, and are properly drawn up so as to exhibit a true and correct view ofthe stWtl r.f IhX Company's affairs as shown by the books of the Company. We certify that all OM Mn ™ as Auditors have been complied with. We have also satisfied^ WrselvL tha^K^ representing the Company's investments are in perfect order, e es tnac tUe aunties RICHARD WHTTA KFR 1 Manchester, 18th February, 1910. JOHN HOLGATE^ 1" Auditors. Local Ofileer.Merthyi-: 46. Thomas-street; Superintendent, JOHN HOLLAND F°r^rHw°^i«f5d^ards^e! s"Perinterident, WM. JONES. Aberdare: 2, Cardiff-street; tsuperintendent. DANIKIJ TONKS 0, 2, Tan-y-bryn-street; Superintendent, DAVID JONÊS. Merthyr Tydfil Board of Guardians j ELECTION, 1910. TO THE ELECTORS OF DOWLAIS WARD, j LADIES AND GSNTLEMKN, It is with mnoh regret that in consequence of I failing heahb I have not been able to ask you fo; j a renewal of your confidence as a Representative j of the Dowlais >Vard on the Board of Guardians. 1 I cannot retire from the position without- j tendering my warmest thanks to you for your j cordial support in the past, and I sincerely trust j that my services met with your appraciaJ-wa. I am, T.<adi«P$uxd Gentlemen, Y curs obediently, i ALFRED W. HOULSON. Caeharrie HCCECV Mar. 23rd, 1910. Mountain Ash Urban District Council Election, 1910. TO THE ELECTORS OF THE BUFFRYN WARD. LADIES AND GENTLEMEN, I beg to thank you for again returning me un. opposed as a member for the above Ward. Assuring you that I shall do all in my power in the future as I have in the past to merit your con- fidence, I remain, Yours obediently, WILLIAM MILLAR. Forest Cottage, Mountain Ash. — Merthyr Tydfil Education Committee. TO BUILDERS. TENDERS are Invited for the ERECTION of HEAD TEACHERS' ROOMS afc Abercanaid School. Particulars can be obtained from the Deputy Surveyor at his OFFICE, Town Hall, Mer- thyr Tydfil, on and after the 31st of March. Tenders, under seal, to be delivered to me nob later than Noon on the 5th of April. The lowest or any Tender not of necessity accepted. By Order. .V E. STEPHENS, Clerk to the Education Committee. Dated March 22nd, 1910, MERTHYR TYDFIL UNION. TENDERS FOR PAINTING. rM, NDIERS are invited for Painting and Colour- .1.. ing the inside of the Cottage Homes, situate in Park Road. Bargoed, in accordance with the specification which may be seeu at the Homes. or at the Training School, Aberdare. The Contract to be entered into between the Guardians and the Contractor whoso Tender is accepted will contain a Irade Union clause, in- volving employment of Trade Unionists, payment of Trade Union wages, and no Sub letting. Sealed Tenders, endorseq "Tender for Painting Bargoed Homes," must reach me by the 6th April, 1910- „ „ .„ The lowest or any Tender will not neeessanly be accepted. By Order, FRANK T. JAMES, 134, High Street, Clerk to the Guardians. Merthyr Tydfil, 22nd March, 1910. Mountain Ash 'School Canteen Committee. SUBSCRIPTIONS are invited to a Fund for providing about 80 necessitous Elementary School Children in the Mountain Ash Urban area with Meals during School Holidays. Subscriptions may be sent to the Director of Eduoation, Town Hall, Mountain Ash, either directly or through any Head Teacher in the area. A. MORGAN. Town HalL Mountain Ash, 16th March, 1910. ESTABLISHED 1875 J. LLOYD ATKINS (Fellow of the Auctioneers' Institute), AUCTIONEER, VALUER, ACCOUNTANT HOUSE AND ESTATE AGENT & INSURANCE BROKER, GEUUFAELOG COTTAGE, DOWLAIS Valuations !or Probate, Administrations, and Mort gages, also for Transfer of Hotels, Ions, &c. Agent for the White Star and American Lines Steamships. Also the Dominion Line to Canada. PROMPT SETTLEMENTS ENSURED. » MR. E. THOMAS, AUCTIONEER AND ACCOUNTANT, TREDEGAR. Office Cartrefle, Sirhowyj I Rents and Dllbts Collected. Mortgage Loans ¡ negotiated. Distress for Rents undertaken. Preparation of Bankrupt Statement of A Hairs. Probate, &c., <fcc. INSURANCE OF EVERY DESCRIPTION EFFECTED ESTABLISHED 1899. PHILLIPS & JONES (Evan I. Phillips, Assoc. Auctioneers' Institute) AUCTIONEERS, VALUERS, ACCOUNTANTS & ESTATE AGBNTS, HOTEL VALUERS & GAUGERS. 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. j PROMPT SETTLEMENTS. Head Office- CENTRAL CHAMBERS, HIGH STREET i BARGOED. Telepbone-P.O. No. 59 Bargoed i ^STATIONERY Cnhinets in eury variety of eizea acd 3 jp styles. ~H. W, eeutfwy » Sons, Office, i Mttthyr, i 's In tba Ffigh court of Justice I. 1910 S. 028 Chancery DivirAon. Mr. JUSTICE EVE. IN THE MATTER OF THE SLAG REDUCTION COMPANY LIMITED AND REDUCED and IN THE MATTER OF THE COMPANIES (CONSOIJDATION) ACT, 1908. GIVEN that a petition iti.nif.nl nf resolution reducing the 439 Coi?pany from £ 50,055 js. Od. • ° £ !ry returning to the holders of Share?oiL £ 10 each the whole of the shares was on the 26th day ofFebruary i9io presented to His Majesty's Hieh ii'afV.f rv £ ° a*nd is now Pending and that the O- fkf CJK°5s of fche Company is to be made out as for the 6th day of May 1910. KEKEWICK, SMITH & KAYE, of 2, Suffolk-lane, London, E.C. i — Solicitors to the Company. Caerphilly Urban District Council. PARISH OF LLANFABON. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that on the 28th Hi« Mawi ?e aPPlica^10,n be made to il,"Justices in and for the County of Cardiff for an Order to stop up l\rn a certain Highway or part of a "^Public Footpath leading from Mafon- Tai Machine to the road leading the kelson in the Parish of Llanfabon in tnei county of Glamorgan in the manner shewn by aP.Ian thereof deposited at the offices of the Caer- philly Urban District Council Caerphilly and that the Certificate of the Justices i6f having viewed the same with the plan of tha'progosed stopping up diversion and taming v-ill be lodged ivith the dayofMay'lllO?06 *or County on the 24th AO. HARPUR Surveyor to the Caerphilly Urban District OounciL WM. SP1CKETT Clerk to the said CounciL Caerphilly Urban District. PRIVATE STREET WORKS ACT, 1892. T^TOTICEI IS HEREBY GIVEN, that the Caer- philly Urban District Council, being the Urban Sanitary Authority for the Caerphilly Urban District, m the County of Glamorgan, have in pursuance of the provisions of the Private Street Works Act, 1892, by a Resolution passed on the 22nd day of March, 1910, approved of certain Specifica- tions, Plans and sections, Estimates and Pro- visi»0I?a^ -A-PPortionments prepared by me in respect of Private Street orks to be executed in Streets or part of Streets known as WKRN CRKSCKNT and ROAD APPROACH from COMMERCIAL STREET to NEW COUNCIL SCHOOllallof Nelson, within the District of the said Council, and that such Resolution is in the following terms, r viz. T-h?.fc fche said, Specifications, Plans, Sections, Estimates and Provisional be, and the same are hereby respectively approved." And that the approved Specifications, Plans, Sections, Estimates and Provisional Apportion- ments, or copies thereof, certified by me. will be kept deposited at the Council Olllces, Cardiff-road, Caerphilly, and be open during: office hours thereat, for inspection by the owners of the premises shown as liable to be charged in the Provisional Appor- tionments. for a period of one month from the 25th day of March, 19i0, during which period they may in pursuance of Section 7 of the said Act. by written notice served on the said Council, object to the proposals on any of the grounds in such Section specified. Dated this 23rd day of March 1910 ALFRED O. HARPUR. ourveyor to the said Council. NOTICE. A sTeParate Building, duly certified for Pweligious -OL Worship, named Libanus Welsh Congrega- tional Chapel, situated at Graigberfchlwyd, Quaker's Yard, in the Civil Parish of Merthyr Tydfil, in the County Borough of Merthyr Tydfil, in Merthyr TYdtil Registration District, was on the 15th March, 1910, registered for solemnizing Marriages therein, pursuant to 6th and 7th Win. IV., C, 85. Dated the 23rd March, 1910. FRANK T. JAMES, Superintendent Registrar. MERTHYR COUNTY SCHOOL: ENTRANCE SCHOLARSHIP AND PROBA- TIONER SCHOLARSHIP EXAMINATION, 1910. THIS Examination will be divided into two parts, viz.. written and oral. The written examination will take place at the School on FRIDAY, 3RD JUNE, at Two p.m. The date of the oral examination will be given later. ° All particulars may be obtained from the Head Teachers at the several Schools, or from the Ednca- cation Office, and all applications for examination must be received not later than FRIDAY, 15th April next. E. STEPHENS, Clerk. 17th March, 1910. The South Wales High School for Girls. Summeriield Jfail ? Maesyewmmer A Thorocgn High-Class Eciucation at Moderate Fees. Preparation for Cambridge, Local and Royal Academy Examinations. Tennis and Hockey. SOMMBS TEEM will Commence TOESDAT, MAT 3rd., 1910. Boarders return May 2nd. Prospectus on application. HIGHF1ELD SCHOOL, 9, NINIAN ROAD, ROATH PARK, CARDIFF. THE PRINCIPAL, MISS CARYL, HAS VACANCIES FOR A FEW BOARDERS [IN HER OWN HOME. NEXT TERM [COMMENCES APRIL 25TH. HIGHEST REFERENCES. MODERATE FEES. PROSPECTUS SENT ON APPLICATION To Builders, &c.^ 0. and W. PEDESTAL CLOSETS. S. wf P. trap. From 60/- doz., c*rr. paid. StAmp for list. THE DlxiEOT SANITARY CO., Wbiuf, Stoke-oB-^eat,
idgs, Ssrmps anb tafgs. The Charge for Advertisements under this Heading is Is. for 20 words, and 6d. for every additional 10 words or Dortion of la. 0' DEATHS. TRUnA-N,. -On the 22nd inst., at Oakroyd, Merthyr Tydfil, Matthew Truran, J.P., aged 77. Funeral Friday, strictly private. 110 flowers by request. IN MKMORIAM. PRICE.—In loving memory of Daniel Price, of 51, New-road, Deri, who died March 27th, 1909. Sadly missed by his daughter—Margaret. RTMARD&-IN loving memory of Blodwen, he- loved-daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Richards, Primrose Hill, Merthyr, who died March 21th, 1907. Missed from her home, but found above In the eternal home of love. WITXIAMS.—In memory of my dearly loved hus- band, John Charles Williams, who departed this life 28th March, 1909. "Until the day dawns and the shadows flee away." ACKNOWLEDGMENTS, DAVI .-Mrs. Hathren Davies and family desire to acknowledge all kind enquiries and sympathy and the large number of letters, telegrams, etc., received from all parts of the country during their recent bereavement. They also desire to thauk those who sent flowers and wreaths. I
Advertisement Tariff FOR SMALL PREPAID ADVERTISEMENTS. nan IIX WOBSS. OXOI. rims. IIMIS. a. d. a. d. «. d. 16 Words 0 6 *» 10 16 24 Words 0 9 1 6 II 3 I 32 Words 10 2 0 3 0 40 Words 13 VF 9 6 '00 5 9 48 Words 16 3 0 4 6 i These Charges apply only to the classes of adver-1 tisements specified below, and are strictly confined to those which are ordered for consecotive insertion and paid for previous to insertion; if either of these conditions is not complied with. the advertisement will be charged set, double the above rate. Apartments WANTED, HOUIIU WASTED, AMMMtKH TO LET, MONEY WANTED, BUSINESSES roa SALB, Ihs. CELLANEOUS SALES, BUSINESSES WANTED, PARTNBESHIPS WANTED. Housts TO LET. SITUATIONS WANTED. PRIZE DRAWING and PERSONAL NOTICES are charged at double the above rates. SPECIAL NOTICE.—Applicants sending replies for Advertisements addressed to initials or Act tious names at this Office, are requested not to send original testimonials with their applications, but to enclose copies only. PERSONAL. NOTICE. Purse left at "Gwalia" Stores, Dowlais. may be obtained by owner giving description and contents.—JOHN GREBNHE. A 2 PRIZE DRAWINGS. HE, Prize Drawing for DAviD Lzwis. Upper I THE Prize Drawing for DAVID LEWIS, Upper Elizabeth- JL street, Dowlais, is postponed to May 2nd.-ENOCH. LKWlB, Sec. M 26 WINNING NUMHERS of Prize Drawing W. ROB- ERTS. John-street, Treharris—807, 808.1534,1010, 2401, 2453, 4154. 41.2446, 854, 4040,1213, 3297, 24.-ApPly. 33, Fell-street, Treharris. M 26 SERVANTS WANTED. WANTED respectable Girl about 15 as Nurse; used to children.—Apply, 15, Newcastle-street, Mer- thyr. A 9 APPRENTICES WANTED. DRAPERY. — Young Lady Apprentice Wanted. —, Apply, 16, Glebeland, Merthyr. M 26 ARCHITECT and Surveyor, having good all-round practice, with offices in Brynmawr and AbertlHery, requires well educated Youth as pupil for Brynmawr office.—Apply, first instance by letter only. N. GAHEXTTS LBWIS. F.I.A.S., Architect and Surveyor, Abertillery. A2 ANTED, Apprentice to the grocer and provisions indoors.—Apply King- Price, Dowlais. M 26 SITUATIONS VACANT. WANTED, sharp office boy, at once.—Apply, X.Y.Z., Express Office, Merthyr. T S. WANTED, four Lady Canvassers,improving position and permanency,—Apply, M.R.W., Express" Office, Merthyr. A 9 INSURANCE. Certificate, British Homes fnow City Life Assurance Co.), for sale: £ 30 paid up im- mediate advance available; what offers?-.Ad& M, 204, Express Office, Merthyr. A 9 APARTMENTS VO T-ET. '?'■ J ri^HREE unfurnished Rooms to Let, 4, ttohnmeYnal 8 terrace, Cefn. A 9 RESPECTABLE Lodgings for two young men.—156, Plymouth-street, Merthyr. M 26 ROOMS, to suit gentleman, vacant after Easter.— Apply, 1, Dyke Street, Merthyr. A 9 COMFORTABLE Lodgings for two respectable young c men, quiet family, no oudren.- Apply 26, Dany. park, Merthyr. II 26 COMFORTABLE Front bedroom and sitting room to C Let, suit one or two gentlemen.—68, Thomas-street, Merthyr. M 26 CLEAN comfortable Lodgings for respectable work- %_) men, with or without board, bath b. and c.—Ad- dress M 196. Express" Offioe, Merthyr. M 26 (COMFORTABLE Sitting room and Bedrooms to Let, j near station, board or otherwise.—53, Upper Thomas-street, Merthyr. A16 APARTMEKTS to Let in Thomastown, suit one lady A or two willing to fhare room, with piano tenns moderate.-Address M 195, "Express" Office, Merthyr. A16 HOLIDAY APARTMENTS BLACKPOOL. Mrs. Waddinsfton. 6S, Albert-road; public and private apartments near central station and sea pianos. A 2 TORQUAY.—Comfortable Apartments near sea, town JL and station home comforts piano. Moderate.— Mrs. LrrriiB, Cottismore, Bampfyeld-road. A 16 HOUSES WANTED. WANTED to purchase, House in Matthews'-terrace, Penydarren.—Price, etc., letters only, "House," c/o Cartwright, Dowlais. A 9 HOUSES TO LET. rrw> Let, 2, Union-street, vacant April 25th.—Apply X Mrs. WILLIAMS, 2, Tbemvyo-cerrace, Parade, Ponty- pridd. A 9 SUNNY BANK, Dowlais.-Bight roomed House to k-I Let, immediate posomion-Apply, on premises, to Miss DAVID. m 26 BUSINESS PREMISES FOR SALE. FOR SALE by private treaty, the well-known Pontsarn Pavilion and Grounds best position for catering and amusements suitable for skating rink-Appiv M. LBWIS, Penrhiwglais, Pontsam, near Merthyr. M 19 MOUSES AND LAND FOR SALE. tlBBW VALE.—Caerwent, Libanus-road Dining room, JLIA drawing room, kitchen, large scullery, five bed- rooms every convenience 94 Years.-Apply, W. Litwis Sunny Bank, Ebbw Vale. A 2 FOR SALE by private treaty, House in Queen-street, Caepanttwyll.— Apply, THOMAS & DAVIES, Solicitors, Merthyr. M 26 BUSINESS PREMISES TO LET. ■■ — ■ ■■ — ■ HOUSE and Shcp, large size, m»in street, Merthyr TydflL—Apply, THOS. WAKB, Aloca, Clevedcn. A23 TO Let large rooms suitable for warehouses or work- shops; immediate possession.—Apply SWEET, 13, vicioria-street. Merthyr. M 26 CASTLE Chambers. Offices to Let.—Very fine room to let as Offices over 101, High-street, Mertbyr.— Apply WM. HARRIS. T S BUSINESS PREMISES REQUIRED. WANTED, Premises in Merthyr with Stabling and TV Yard; low rental.—Apply, M 201 "Express i Office, Merthyr. A 2 WANTED, in Lower High-street, Dowlais, House and Shop or House to rent or purchase full particu- lai-S first leqter.—M 197, Merthyr Express" Office, Merthyr. M 26 HORSES, TRAPS. ETC. OVERNESS CAR for Sale, suit Cob 14 hands; in X" use four years; condition good best make. Lamps, Cushions, etc., also brown Harness to match, together or separate. Price of car, £ 13.—Apply, 6, Abermorlais-terrace, Merthyr. A 9 B" AY PONY, 12-2, unbroken' believed to be in foal. sell, bargain or exchange pigs reason for selling keep straying. Also good Pony Trap with brake. £ 4.— Wilks, 23, Tram-road. Merthyr. M 26 FOR SALE, good crank asle Bread Van. good con dition, cheap.—W. T. HATCH, West End Bakery, Ebbw Vale. A 9 FOR SALE. FOR SALE, Counter, about 11 feet long and about 2 feet 2 inches wide, and about 3 feet 6 inches deep Stained American Whitewood Top, and Matchboard Front. Can be eeen at Y.M.C.A. Rooms, Church Street, Ebbw Vale. Inspection invited. To be removed by pur- chaser—Offers to be addressed to General Secretary, Y. M.C.A., Ebbw Vjtle. M 26 FOR SALE,—Kale Green put on rail at Tram Inn Station in buyers' bags.—WiLUAMs, Hungerstone, AUensmore, Hereford. jj 26 T7K>R SALE, about two tons of well harvested hay.— JT PKKHUIWGLAIB, Pontsarn, near Merthyr- M 26 Mj^OR SALE, six high pressure Casks, new.—OLCPIBL*, X? 4, Glebeland-place, Merthyt. M 26 ENAMELLED P.O.P. Postcards, customers' negatives, 2d. doren and postage, best work; Cabinets 2s. 6d. halt-dozen; send photo and cash.—ART COT., Seaton, Devon. Jn 4 FINE Indian Carpet, size 12 ft. 3 ins. by 8 ft. 2 ins.; perfect condition bargain, £ 4 ISs. — PBICBARD, Auction Mart, Merthyr. T S I WALL PAPERS from lid. per Roll. Any quantity, large or small, at Wholesale Prices. Our Stock exceeds 260,000 rolls, all classes. Write for Patterns, stating class required.—Dej t. 363, The Bamm Wam, stating class required. -I)el-, b. 363, The Bamm Wam, Pam# Ly>„ Mtfnpbwfc* tylft < DOGS ILACK Rstriever Dog, 9 months old, JD mustf lie sold, eaeap. t\ KTOGEKT, 2, Howeil-street, Merthyr. A9 GUNS GUN.—Double Eree ;hloader, c,uite new. latest im- provements. finest, steel barrels, left choke, well finished, nicely balanced, splendid killer, bargain, 28s. —13, Newcastle-street, Mertbyr. M 26 MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS. FOR SALE, Second-band Piano, in beautiful rcsewoo l case, iron frame, full trichord, under damper tape, check action, £ 15 10s. rare bargain.—Apply, Aicadp Music Shop, Merthyr. A 9 CYCLES FOR SALE. BICYCLE for Sale, never been used, great bargain.— WILKS, Furniture Stores, Castle-street, Merthyr. A 9 FOR SALE, two Gents' Bicycles, perfect order, cheap.— Red Cow, Merthyr. M 26 f i Dunlop-Palmer Clincher Tyres, aJso Covers, 5s. 3d. guaranteed Air Tubes 29. 3d. each; Cyo> Accessories, 1910 goodi Send for list.-W. A' GORTON. Manufacturer, Wolverhampton. M 26 POULTRY. "VTO DEAD CHICKS.—ARMITAGE"S DRY FEED IX CHICKEN FOOD the original and the best; to insure success, DO other food should be (riven for first 14 days. Chickens reared on this food weigh 20oz. when five weeks old; pullets commence to lay at 5 months. In bags, 4d., aa., Is. 4d., 2s. 6d., and 5s. Manufactured by Armitage Bros, Ltd., Nottingham.-Sold by Wm. Harris, 144, High-street, Merthyr, and at High-street, Dowiais; Hopkins Bros., 82, TwynvrodYD, Merthyr Tydfil D. Jones. Carmarthen Stores; C. J. Black, Chemist, Tre- degar; W. Harris, 38. Taff-street, J. Protheroe and T. Harris & Co., ftd., Taff-street, Pontypridd P. A. Lewis. 32, Cardiff-road, Caerphilly F, Williams, Household Stores, Senghenydd. A 4 EGGS and dav-old Chicks.—White Wyandottes and White Orpingtons, bred from 1st and 2nd prize 12 months, U.P.C. competition winners and trap-nested hens, with records 220 to 245 eggs in 12 months. Eggs 3s. 6d. to 7s. 6d. Chicks 7s. 6d. to 15s. 6d.—Mrs. PRKBCE, Crosshill Fartn, near Shrewsbury. A 2 MEDICAL REMEDIES DROPSY AND ITS TREATMENT. Sufferers from Dropsy, Asthma, and kindred ailments, should read this book ca self cure, by a former sufferer of years standing, whose case had been given up by doctors as hopeless. By post, 7d.—C. J. GREGORY, Lochaber," W eston -super-Mare. A 23 TEAGUELINE Herbs, wonderful medicine, thousands of testimonials from grateful sufferers as te relief obtained for Indigestion, Constipation Headache, Back- ache, Liver, Stomach and Kidney Disorders post free, one packet, 10cL, three for 2s. Illustrated Herbal Bock. 2d. Look Look a sample packet of Cough and Lung Herbs sent, post free, for K-TsAGrE, 23, Station-street, Newport., Mon. A 2 ADVICE FREE for Stamp; Mrs. Stewart's famous Female Remedy never fails,—Address, 9, Guinea- street, Bristol. M 26 MPORTANT TO MOTHERS.—Every mother who t 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, 4 £ d. and 9d., Postage Id.—GKO. W. HARUSOK, Chemist, Reading. Sold by Chemists. Agents for Merthyr, Rees Thomae and Son, 143 and 65, High-street, and J. Francis Tre- degar, Q. J. Black; Aberdare, E. E Evans, 9 and 10, Victoria-square • Abercynon, W. G. Williams; Mountain Ash, D. Williams, Commercial-street; Abergavenny, Sbackleton and Co., 9, Oroasstreet; Brynmawr, A. E. Evans, 43, Beaufort-street, and A. M. Jones, 42, King- street; Ebbw Vale, A. E. Evans, Ida-place, and T. Dougall, Bethcar-street; Trehartio. T. Thom&NVe Square Dow ISMS, 1L P. Rees. 177, High-street; Blackwood, A. Enoch; Llanbradach, W. J. William; Merthyr. T. Jenkins, Pont morlais. Ail chemists. S 24/10' = EMIGRATION. EMIGRATION—Per Lowest Fares to Sooth Africa by the Union Castle Line, to America and Canada by the Canard, White Star, American, Dominion, Canadian Pacific, Allan and other Steamship Companiee, and to Ana. tratia. Seduced passages to New Sooth Wales. AJøo for tripe around thi Britisa Isles and Coasting Trips. Assisted pasngee to Sydney, New South Wales, for Agri- outtaralists. Domestic Servants, Miners, Artisans, Navvies and General Labourers. Alent for Barry Railway (Red Funnel Steamers), 1,000-Mile Ticket Books for One Guinea —Apply D. M. RICHARDS, Wenallt Aberdare. I.S. MISCELLANEOUS. MDMK, Elvira, F.C.S., Teacher of Palmistry, Phreno- logy. &c,—This Distinguished and Sc&sntific Lady- will shortly be returning to America. Clients who wish to consult her ea business, speculation, change, travel, it health may now b-.ve the opportr.n'tv. Reftwinp- DRUNKENNESS CURED quickly, secretly, perma- nently, unfailing!}-, harmlessly, oost trifling; trial free; save loved ones-with certainty. -CAuLTon CKBMICAL CO., 722. Guildhall Buildings, Birmingham. T S SCRAPS.—Relief Scraps in beautiful designs for child- ren's scrap books. Large variety. Id. and lid. per sheet.—H W. Southey and Sons, Express" Office, Merthyr TydfiL T S f | Swan Fountain Pen, fitted with solid gold nib* X fine, medium or broad; an elegant and popular pen from 10/6, post free.—H W. Southey & Sons, •' Express Office, Mertbyr. TCSESfl CONSIGNMENT of Artistio Novelties', all jill useful liaes; Trays, Trinkets, Liqueur Stands, Tea Cosies, etc. Come and see them.—SOUTHST & SolfB. rpHE Music series of Japanese Serviettes for use at JL musical evenings, soirees, dance parties, &c., con- taining fifty, price Is.—H. W. Southey and Sons, Express Office Merthyr. Ex ROUND Lace Desert Papers in boxes of three dozen. Beautifully embossed, assorted in useful sizes 6jd. per box, postage 14d., extra.—H, W. Southey & Sons, Express Office, Merthyr. frtHE Stylographio Pen English make, in Brown or I Black, 2/6 post free.—H. W. Southey & Sons. "Exprem Office, Merthyr BOXES of Cruet Papers, containing 36 papers with lace edges, for three bottles, 7id.; six bottles, Is.— IL W. Southey and Sons, "Express-Officv Merthyr. MOURNING Cards sample book of designs sent on receipt of 2s. 6d., refunded on return of books. Orders executed immediately.—H. W..Sotrim? and SONB, Express Office, Merthyr. CUTLET FRILLS. Boxes of 3 doz., best quality, 6d. per box or It separately at 2d. per doz.-Ill. Southey & Sons. Express" Office. yr. THE Tom-Tit" Fountain Pen. Black or Brown, a perfect Pen, 2J inches long, will fit in a lady's purse /6 po&t frm-u. W. Southey & Sons, 41 Express" Office, Merthvr. 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. ffl Merthyr. POPULAR Card Games, New pattern book of latest designs in Stationery for round Games, Progressive Whist Invitation and Scoring Cards, Progressive Bridge, Golf Whist, "Afternoon Tea" Game Cards, Press Letter" Flower Romance, Primroses, Pansies, The Game of Ages," etc. The Invitation and Scoring Cards are boxed in dozens, and can be supplied in small quan- tities as required from 1/- per dozen.—H. W. Southey & Sons, Express" Office, Merthyr Tydfil T.S. THE Very Latest Novelty! 1 doz. honeycomb pie JL collars, assorted colours, Is. the box, postage Set extra.—H. W. Southey &. Sons, "Express" Office, Merthyr PIE Dish Collars, beat quality, Pink or White, Is. per box of one dozen, postage lid.—H. W, Southey & Sons, Express Office, Merthyr. OI-TICE FILES of all latest improvements. —H. W. SOUTHEY and SOXB, Express Office, Merthyr. THE "Excelsior" box of fine-quality dish papers, 6 doz. assorted sizes, 9d. the box, postage od. extra —H. W. Southey & Sons, Express Office, Merthyr. TO tbe Stationery Trade. Special Lines. Lyons' Red Ink, Id. bottles. 8d. per doz.—H.W. Southey & Sons, II Express" Office, Merthyr. THE BelgravJa" twopenny packets of embossed lace dessert papers, containing seven papers, size 9i inch; containing nine papers, 8i-inch.—H. W. Southey and Sons, Express Office, Merthyr. CROCHET patterns of dessert papers, 6d. per dozen 5d. per dozen, and 4d. per dozen.—H. W. Southey and Sons Express Office, Merthyr. THE "Excelsior" box of Dish Papers, containing s: x dozen assarted sizes. 9d., postage 2d. extra.—H. W. Southey and Sons, Express Office, Merthyr. SILVER-Cased Fountain and Stylo. Pens, suitable for presents moderate prices; 4/6, 5/6, 6s., 7/6, psot free.—H. W. Southey & Sons, "Express' Office, Merthyr. VUE Belgravia embossed Dish Papers, six dozen, e. size lpi-incii by 10-inch, Is., postage 2d. extra.— H. W. Southey and Sons, Express Offioe, Merthyr. THE "Jewel" Fountain Pen, fitted with 14-oarat gold nib, iridium tipped. 8/6 post free.—H. W. Southey &Sons, Express Office, Merthyr. TRAY Cloths Is. per box, containing one dosen drawn- thread (Teneriffe) linen paper, assorted sizes, 15-inch by 18-inch, 15-inch by 20-inch, 15-inch by 22-incb, postage 3d. extra.—H. W. Southey and Sons, Express Office Merthyr. WORCESTER CHINA.—Splendid assortment of ele- gant designs at moderate prioes, at SOUTHKT & SoNS, Express"oince, Merthyr. Come and see them. EXCEPTIONAL VALUE. The "Edelweiss" Cabine JUI of Table Stationeiy, containing 2 doa. dish papers, 8J by 6J; 3 doz. ditto, 10i by 8-i 2't doz. ditto, 12J by 10; *-doz. ditto, 15 by Hi 1 doz. cutlet frills; 1 doz. pie collars 1 doa. 6 £ -in. plate papers; 1 doz. 7i-in. ditto; 1 doz. 8i-in. ditto 1 doz. 92-in. ditto.—Only Is. the box, cheap but pood, postage 4d. extra.-H. W. Southey & Sons, Express Offioe, Merthyr. U C A I If y°a have a BAD LEG, Ec- |1 zema, Old Sores, Wounds, Ring. zema, Old Sores, Wounds, Ring. worm, Cuts, Burns, Scurf, or any skin affection ser.d to Maurice Smith. Ph.C., F.S.M.C, Kidderminster, for a free sample of HEALO Ointment. It costs you nothing, and you will not regret it. Try it, you need not send for a large box. A Shifnal Lady I says it is worth £5 a box. HEALO allays all Irritation, reduces inflammation, prevents festering, soothes atd .1; all bad legs. Don't say your case is hopeless without trying HEALO. Boxes i/ii & 2/g. Local Agents Willg, Chemist, Merthyr Lewis, Supply Stores, Bedwas; Thomas, Chemist, Caerphilly; Thomas, Chemist, Ebbw Vale; Jones, Chemist, Mountain Ash Llewellyn, tbt Storw, Trwlefw.. Vt "-Y. it _p20 to £ 1,000 Without any Seciwity, Reasonable Interest and no delay, StricWL privacv Applications from all parts receive attention, Apply direct to 12 TAFF EMBANKMENT, CARDIFF. CASH to £1000. Interest 2s. od in the for agreed period. W. jACJiso: 23,Tudor-road. Cardiff. lly lit ALL persons who want to borrow money Ùil a simple premmissory note of hand, ai easy rCpa3'nlllk of froui 1! to 5a. per week, Irom a specially authorised Frieudly Society (not a firm of money lenders; should apply to J. L. CI NNINGIIAU, Secretary. The Borough Money Society, 19, Glebeland Street, Slerthyr. MORTGAGE LOANS.— Persons who have bought houses, or require advances upon thsir properties, snould apply to J. L. CcxxtKtiHAM, Auctioneer, who lias several sums of money from £10J up to £2,000 for immedi- ate adnmce upon freehold or leasehold aecuricies, at 4J- .19, Giebeland-street, iierlhvr Tydfil. T S MORRIS, Auctioneer, The Square, Khyinney has several sums of money, amounting iI. all tø £ 4,000, to place 0\11; for clien1.8 upon Leasehold oJ4' Free hold Securities at 4 per cent. cr 5 per cem. X S MO IN El.—The Provincial Union Bank co&Unttel to Lend sums daily lrcin £ 10 to £ 500 Oil Note of Hand aloue. or on any other approved se- curity, at a few hours' notice, to aU class in any part of Lngland and Wales, repayable by easy in- stalments. With and itaout securities. No good application is ever refused. All Communications Strictly Private. This business having been estab* listed a great many years, and conducted in u, honourable aud straightforward maimer, has growa to be one of the best known and largest in the king* dom, the uniform courtesy and prompt attention si our officials having gained the confidence and recom. mendations of our numerous customer". li desired, one of our officials will attend at applicant's resi. dence with cash, and carry out the advance With- out Delay. Call or write to the Manaser, Western Branch, Mr. STANLEY DOWDING, 1, Queen-squaie, Bristol, or to Mr. W. JAMES, 168, ltic mend-road, Cardiff, THE CHARING CHOSS BANK ESTABLISHED 1870. CARDIFF BRÂCH: 73 ST. MARY STREET. Head Offices: 28, lipdiord-street. Strand. London, W.C. & 39, Bishopsgate-street Within, London, E.C. Branches: Manchester. Liverpool, Leeds, Bristol, ex. A8sets,£1,607,949; Surplus,£371,azEi LOANS of £30 to £2,000 granted at a few notice in town or country, on personal security, jewt'lery, precious stones, stocks, shares, and foe- nittue, without temoval. Stocks and Shares Bought and Sold. 25 per cent, allowed on Current Account Balances. DEPOSITS of £10 and upwards received as undeci Subject to 3 m'nths' uofcice of withdrawal, 5 p.c. per ana. Subject to ó M'nths' notice of withdrawal, 6 p.c. per ann. Subject to 12 m'nths' nonee of withdrawal, 7 p.c. per ann. Special terms (longer periods). Interest paid quarterly. Owing to the n&ture of our investments, we ant able to pay rates of interest on deposits that wilii compare favourably with dividends paid on almost any class of stock or shareholding insuring the salety of capital. We have been established for 39 years, and our position in the banking world to- day testifies to the success of our business methods, and to the satisfaction of our customers. Write 01 call for prospectus. A. WILLIAMS and H. J. TALL. Joint Maiagate. MERTHYR AND DOWLAIS Permanent Benefit Building Society BE YOUR OWN LANDLORD. LOANS advanced to enable you to buy "the House you occupy. LOANS on Buildings in progress. Repayments spread over from 3 to 17 years. Loans may be redeemed at any time. No Survey Fees bevond out of pocket expenses. No Management Expenses. Borrowers Pay No Income Tax. Special Terms for Special Loans negotiated on application. Appiy to Mr. DAVID DAVIES, Secretary, Glebeland House, Merthyr Tydfil, I. ~THE MILBOURNE. V PERMANENT BUILDING SOCtETY, ijl Incirrporatcd under th* 'as- Societies Juatu 1 ll* > ■» If. SAFE AND SOUND INVESTMENT > FOR SA VINGS. INVESTMENT SHARKS £10 EAOR- in Fuji InataJn-ertt. IstwAt < y. ar,.»tis —F-u.; ci lac: .v 'f—. i3 T»^^thdrawn aey tune ca gmiug One Month's Notion, v. LOANSin sums ofJBlOOto :£1,000 are made, to enable perapns to bay House Property, or to persons requiring Advances on Property already in their possession. Re-payable by easy Monthly or Quarterly Instalments, or on such other terms as the Directors may approve. DEPOSITS, in amounts and upvards. received, at 3 per cent. per annum. Fall Prospectus ^may. be obtained fmmrihe Secretary, •\T' 1 CHAS. L. STEWART, V- Ii Miibourne Chambers, Merthyr Tydi). For PRIVATE CASH ADVANCES Apply to— ALBERT E. GASH, "C' his private house, 10 30," St. George's Terrace, Swansea. Mr. Gash is prepared to advance to respedahht-; persons loans from £10 to any amount, upon their own Note of Hand, withont Sureties cr Bill of Sale, INTENDING 'BORROWERS in applying "to Mr. Gash, have the satisfaction of knowing with whom they are dealing, for Mr. Gash trades under his own name, and not under an assumed neither does he trade as a "Company'' or so called Bank." *•» *rr v PLEASE NOTE ADDRESS- SO. ST. GEORGE'S TERRACE. WALTER ROAD, SWANSEA. The Hengoed, Maesyewmmer & Ystrad Mynach Permanent Investment and Loan Society. (Registered under the Friendly Societies ActsjL Safe and Profitable Investment. Loans to Trades* i men, Artisans and others on reasonable terms. Prospectus and full information to be obtained from the Secretary, JAMES LEVER, BANK CHAMBERS, HENGOED. THE BOROUGH MONEY SOCtETY. ()nPrCEa ;-19, GLEBELAND STREET, MERTHYR TYDF1 MONET ADVANCED TO TRADESMEN, WORK MEN AND OTHERS upon the security of Promissory Ncte on the following EASY terms of repasw1 ment:— £10 Share, repayment Is. 2d. per week. £ 20 „ „ 2s. 2d. £ 30 3s. 2d. £40., 4s.. 2d. H £50., „ Sa. 2d. Persons desirous of taking investing Shares in tids Society should do so immediately, as there is a great demand for theee Shares. APPLICATIONS for loans or investing shares most be 1 made to the Secretary, J. L. CUNNINGHAM, ATOTIONHKE, MERTHYR TYDFIL. Nat. TeL 245. The Sirhowy Valley Permanent Money Society. (REGISTERED UKDEB THE FRIENDLY SOCIETIES ACT, 1896). LOANS can be obtained from the above Society at any time on note of hand. Terms of repayment-£10 share, 1/2 per week. £30 „ 3 2 „ :£50 „ 5/2 Subscription night, every Monday, 7 to 8.30 p.m. Registered Offioe, Town Hall Chambers, Tredegar. Applications for Loans or investing Shares to be made to the Secretary, EBENEZER THOMAS, Parkville. Tredegar. Branches at Ebbw Vale and Blackwood. LOANS ON PERSONAL SECURITY. INVESTMENTS WANTED.—Those who require a Loan prompt and W private, to apply to the SOUTH WALES EQUITABLE MONEY SOCIETY, Societies' Act? MONEY C0SS^: <0 lend at low Interest and exceptionally easy repay ents. 1/2 per week repclysloan of .£10. Share, etc. Don't be misled by those who say, No IKTHRESI AJ;D NO FIKXS TO PAT." Apply for descriptive prospectus and last annual baSano sheet to District Agent, E. HARRY REXS, Tredegar. IslwynTerrae? Temperance Hall. Holidays 7 to 9 p.m ICE Cases three dosen assorted tlnt3, Is. Od. pontase 2d.— H. w. SwtHBT, if SOKS, "Express" Ofiice, Mtfthyr,