C. M. & R. GUNSQN, Family G rotors, Tea, Coffee & Italian Warehousemen WINE AND SPIRIT MERCHANTS* ALE AND PORTER BOTTLERS* 67 and 68, Higli Street, I MERTHYR TYDFIL.
r.. 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 List on application. 1 Special quotations for largs 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 OF EVERY DESCRIPTION MADE. AGENT FOR ALL THE PRINCIPAL LIFE, FIRE, ACCIDENT AND BURGLARY INSURANCE COMPANIES. SALE NO. 371. WEDNESDAY, MAY 4tb, 1910. Auction Mart, Court Street, MERTHYR. SALE OF RELIABLE AND SOUND HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE. PTANO. PIER GLASSES and EFFECTS, consigned for Sale. MESSRS. H. W. Harris & Son (ME. WYNPHAM J. PRICHATID, Fellow of the Auctioneers' Institute), WILL SELL BY AUCTION at their spacious and convenient Mart, as nhove, the FIRST wm.Esni' I EVERY MONTH, a large and varied assortment of very superior HouoohoM Furniture and Appointments. Goods packed or stored free of charge, and every care taken to give satisfaction. The Sale will commence at Two o'clock in the :A fternoon. Pnnctoal attendance is respectfully requested. Anctianesrs' Offices. The Mart. Merthyr Tydfil ESTABLISHED 1875 J. LLOYD ATKINS (Fellow of the Auctioneers' Institute), AUCTIONEER, VALUER, ACCOUNTANT HOUSE AND ESTATE AGENT & INSURANCE BROKER, GELLIFAELOG COTTAGE, DOWLAIS Valuations Probate, Administrations, and Mort gages, also for Transfer of H'o!.els, Inns, Ac Agent for the AVhite Star and American Lines Steamships. Also the Dominion Line to Canada. PROMPT SETTLEMENTS ENSURED. 3, Park Terrace, Merthyr Tydfil. BALE OF HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE AND} EFFECTS. Mr. J. Lloyd Atkins (Fellow of the Auctioneers' Instituted HAS received instructions from the Executors of the late Benjamin Jones. Esq., to SELL fcv PUBLIC AUCTION, on the Premises as above, on WKDNKSDAY next, April 13th, 1910, the ^vholfc tlf the HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, &c. Comprising Sideboards, dressers. dining. kitchen, side, and fcther tables, hair-seated sofas, leather-seated arm- chairs. easy and kitchen chairs., bedroom suites, braes and iron bedsteads, feather bed?, bolsters, pillows, box, sprint:, and other mattreses, sets of toilet ware, carpets mats, rugs. &c., hall stand, :• Pictures, fenders, fireirons, ornaments, cutlery, mangle. the usual culinary utensils, and numerous other articles. Sale to commence at 2 p.m. prompt. The attention of intending purchasers is drawn to this Sale, as the Furniture, &c., is of first-class quality. Auctioneer's Offices, Gellifaelog, Dowlais. FOCHRIW. SALE OF DESIRABLE LEASEHOLD DWELLING-HOUSES. Mr. J. Lloyd Atkins (Fellow of the Auctioneers' Institute) HAS received instructions to SELL by PUBLIC AUCTION, at the RISING SUN INN, Fochriw, On TUESDAY, APRIL 19th, 1010. at 7 o'clock p.m. Subject to such conditions of sale as shall then and there be read, and in the following or such lots as Shall be determined at the time of sale), the ^owinp; VALUABLE LEASEHOLD PROPERTIES: Ito All tbQ Two Leasehold Duelling-' No? Gardens, and Premises, situate and being toni.V,14 and 15. Pentwyn, Fochriw, now let TO TK ,y tenants. ^fiese premises are held under a lease for a term °t 99 years, from the 1st day of November. 1859, subject to the annual ground rent of £ 1 I8s. D^r°n? 2, 3, 4 & 5—All those Four Leasehold »JjeJ'i:lghouses, Gardens and Premises, situate JPd being Nos. 1, 2, 3 and 4, Pleasant View, Foch- now let to monthly tenants. Tlhle premises comprised in Lots 2, 3, < and 5. are held under a lease for a term of 99 years, from the 1st day of May. 1875, subject to an annnal ground rent of £3 Us. 2d.. which will be appor- tioned on the night of sale. For further particulars apply to Messrs. LEWIS & JONES, Solicitors, Merthyr Tydfil, r to the Auctioneer, Dowlais. IDW ARDS BROS., D. H. Edwards-Isaac Edwards, Auctioneers, Accountants, AND Estate Agents, CAMBRIA CHAMBERS DOWLAIS, AND j. CENTRAL CHAMBERS, OVER GUNSON'S STORES, HIGH STREET, MERTHYR TYDFIL. Please Note Change of Address of Mertbyr Office. Mr. J. W. BAKER, ^PRINCIPAL Violin in Mr. GWIMTH Orchestra) LESSONS on Violin Playing ? 'At own or Pupil's residence. ACCEPTED AS SOLOIST OR OTHERWISE FOE CONCERTS, ETC. OTHERWISE FOR CONCERTS. ETC. "I"* Tirus, ADDKBSS l7» PONTMORLAIS WEST, MERTHY (Near Drill Hall). AIvIvAN LINE TO CANADA. UNDER GOVERNMENT CONTRACT FOR CONVEYANCE CANADIAN MAILS. j. EXPRESS TURBINE STEAMERS, liOi^^OOL Victorian April 15 Olj (Via Havre) Corinthian April 23 «ekly Service from Liverpool at Low Rates, all ses i algo from London 2nd and 3rd Classes only. Unsurpassed accommodation. gj PP'v ALLAN LINE, 19, James-street, Liverpool; It}- Mall, S.W., and 103, Leadenhall-street, London, 'y"' 01 Local Agents. WhiteTtTr LINE }} ROYAL MAIL STEAMERS. STEAMERS IN THE WORLD BUILDING swest. LARGEST AND FASTEST STKAMBR TO BOSTON. SOUTHAMPTON-CHERBOURG— QUEENSTOWN-NEW YORK. and UNITED STATES MAIL SERVICE, falling at Queenst-own Westbound, and Plymouth irA Easthound. ajRSTIC Werl., April 13 ADRIATIC Wed., April 20 tW- And Regularly Thereafter. VE*T>ool —Queenstown: Liverpool-Queenstown. ?i CSM,, NEW York. Boston. k • • Saturday, April 16 MBOAXTIC Tuea., April 12 Blc — Saturday. April 25 ZEELANO Tues., April 19 And Regularly Thereafter. CANADA. ViJlTE STAR-DOMINION SERVICE. ^VERPOOL-QUEBEC-MONTREAL. titan largest Steamers in the Canadian Trade. 10:1' Thur.. April 211 LAIJiO Sat., Apmro DOMINION LIKE. UVERPOOL—HALIFAX—PORTLAND. • p SOlJTHWARK, Thur., April 14. ■T to ?c»1u.riher particulars apply to Local Ag&ats; or Dool 1'1E & CO., 30, James-street Liver- ^utnampton: 1, Cockspnr-street, S.W.V and ^-igggenhall-street. Londfri. E.C. OUNARD LINE ROYAL MAIL STEAMERS. lil\RORST AND FASTEST VESSELS IN THE WORLD. Iw REAMER FRANCONIA." TWIN-SORRW, 18,000 TONS T Gaoss, NOW BUILDING, largest ASD FASTEST Steamers TO BOSTON. if ROM LIVERPOOL. VIA QUEEN8TOW«. t«»U T0 NBW VORK. TO BOSTON. Can,!?111? -••• Sat., April 9 I Ivernia J Tuea., April 86 Ua Sat., April 16 | Saxonia Tues., May W- j, CANADA: FAST ROUTE; SPECIAL RATES. IQ TTI L'"1'3" particnJars apply to Local Agents; or ST^AMSHi^COMPANY. LTD., AUCTION SUMMARY. Mr. J. LLOYD ATKINS. April 13—Household Furniture, &c.. atMerthyr. „ 19—Leasehold Properties, at Fochriw. Mr. DAVID EVANS. April 12-Stoek-in-Trade. See., at Troedyrhiw. Messrs. n. W. HARRIS & SON. May 4-Furniture at Auction Mart, Merthyr. Mr. F. A. PHILLIPS. April 12—Household Furniture at Merthyr. April 14—Household Furniture at Hengocd. April 15—Leasehold Properties at Hcngoed. F. A. PHILLIPS, AUCTIONEER, ACCOUNTANT, VALUER & HOUSE AGENT- Public Auditor under the Friendly Societies Act, 1896, and the Industrial and Provident Societies Act, 1893. Agent for the chief Life, Fire, and Accident Insurance Companies. OFFICE ———— 34, Victoria Street, MERTHYR TYDFIL. MERTHYR TYDFIL. 43, GWAELODYGARTH TERRACE. Mr. F. A. Phillips HAS received instructions to SELL by PUBLIC AUCTION, at the above address, on TUES- DAY, April 12th, 1910, the whole of the Household Furniture & Effects, Comprising dining-room suite in leather, drawing- room suite in tapestry, octagon table, walnut over- mantle. Vienna clock, fire irons, walnut hall stand, wooden fixtures, phonographic records, chest of drawers, brass and iron bedsteads. line. and other articles too numerous to mention. Sale to commence at 2.30 p.m. Auctioneer's Offices, 31, Victoria-street, Merthyr Tydfll. HENGOED. i" GREENFIELD," JAMES TERRACE. Mr. F. A. Phillips HAS received instructions to SELL by PUBLIC AUCTION, at the above address, on THURS- DAY, April 14th, 1910, the whole of the HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, Comprising oak dresser, sewing machine, dining- table, overmantles. mahogany chest of drawers, leather-covered sofas, oak chest, leather-covered chairs, dinner services, tea services, mahogany washstand and dressing-table, oak wardrobe, wooden bedstead, iron bedsteads, feather beds, bedclothes, mattresses, arm chairs, cane-seated chairs, kitchen chairs, fenders, fire irons, kitchen utensils, and other articles too numerous to mention. Goods on view Morning of Sale. Sale to commence at Two o'clock sharp. Auctioneer's Offices, 34, Victoria-street, Merthyr TydflL HEN GO ED. SALE OF VALUABLE LEASEHOLD PROPERTIES. Mr. F. A. Phillips HAS received instructions to SELL by PUB- LIC AUCTION, at the HEJJOOBD JUNCTION HOTEL, Hengoed, on FRIDAY, April 15th, 1910, at fSMfyilApck in'tbe Evening (subject to the Commop Form Conditions of Sale of the Merthyr and Aber- dare Incorporated Law Society), the following valuable LEASEHOLD PROPERTIES: LOT I.-All that Messuage or Dwelling-house known as No. 1, James-terrace, Hengoed, now in the occupation of a monthly tenant, producing a gross yearly rental of £ 14 6s. These Premises are held for the term of 999 years from the 2nd day Of August, 1899, at the yearly rental of £1 7s. lOd. LOT 2.All that Piece of Land, situate in Mount Pleasant road, Cefn Hengoed. suitable for buildinar, containing in the whole 273 square yards, and having a frontage of 30 feet. Thift- Land is held for 9H9 years from the 2nd day of August, 1899, at the yearly rent of £ 1 lis. 2d. LOT 3w—-t)nef Share in the Gellvdeg Building Club, Maesycwmmer, in respect of which the snm of One hundred and eight pounds has been paid. For farther particulars apply to W. REES EDMUNDS, Esq, Solicitor. Merthyr Tydfil; or to the AUCTIONEER, at 31, Victoria-street, Mer- thyr TydfiL J. L. CUNNINGHAM AUCTIONEER, ACCOUNTANT, VALUER & FINANCIAL AGENT, 19, CLEBELAND STREET, MERTHYR TYDFIL. Speciality-MORTGAGE LOANS ESTABLISHED 189. PHILLIPS & JONES (Evan I. Phillips, Assoc. Auctioneers' Institute) AUCTIONEERS, VALUERS, ACCOUNTANTS & ESTATE AGENTS. 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. PROMPT SETTLEMENTS. Head Oftice- CENTRAL CHAMBERS, HIGH STREET BARG0ED. Telephone-P.O. No. 59 Bargoed h MR. E,. THOMAS, AUCTIONEER AD ACCOUNTANT, TREDEGAR. Office Cartrefle, Sirhowy Rente and Debts Collected. Mortgage Loans negotiated. Distress for Rents undertaken. Preparation of Bankrupt Statement of Affairs. Probate, &o. &Q. INSURANCE OF EVERY DESCRIPTION EFFECTED TONG & COBON, AUCTIONEERS, VALUERS. GAUGERS BROKERS, &o. v t■ HEAD OSPICB Auction Chambers, Brynmawr. Tzi. P.O. 18. Sales of every description arranged for with prompt settlement. Valuations for Transfer, Probate, or Mortgage expeditiously completed. LICENSING BUSINESS A SPECIALITY. THE ART UNION OF ONDON, 112, STRAND. W.C. A Subscription of 21 la. entitles the Subscriber to a Copy of a fine 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 toso the chance of WINNING A PRIza at the Society's Annual PRIZE DRAWING in April. '9f ll Y. WILXe, AOCTIOEfEZB, H, Grlebeland Street, Mertbyr. RATS ROB YOU? I Get Rodine Rat Poison. It Igres rats to ■ their doom. Kills instantly. Dead vermin 1 leave no smell. The dainty death dealer 1 kills millioQ? aijnually never fails. Com- ■ PlI ete clearance certain no mess, no trouble. tod., 1/ 2/ 3/ 5/ Post 2d,, Harley, f Chemist, Perth. Agent — T. JENKINS, I Chemist, Pontmorlaj^Merthyr. 1 County Borough of Merthyr Tydfil. I NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Easter General Quarter Sessions of the Peace for the County Borough of Merthyr Tydfil, will be holden before Sir David Brynmor Jones, Knight, K.C., M.P., Recorder of the said County Borough, at the Court House, Town Hall. in the said County Borough, on WEDNESDAY, tho 13th day of APRIL, 1910, at 10.30 o'clock in the Forenoon, at which time and place all persons summoned as Jurors, or Prosecutors, Witnesses, and Persons bound by Recognisances are required to attend. All Appeals for Trial at the said Sessions must be entered with the Clerk of the Peace before the day of the said Sessions. Dated this 29th day of MARCH. 1910. 'T. ANEURYN REES, Clerk of the Peace. Town Hall, Merthyr Tydfil. Benjamin Jones, Deceased. ALL PERSONS having any claims against the Estate of the above, late of 3, Park-terrace. Merthyr Tydfll, who died on the 30th day of March last, are hereby requested to send particu- lars of such claims to the undersigned (the Execu- tors) on or before Thursday, April 14th, 1910. D. J. HIRST. Oak House, T. B. HIRST. Blaenavon, Mon. The Royal Institute of British I Architects. i TO ARCHITECTS. THE Council of tho Royal Institute invite practicising Architects or qualified assistants to apply for nomination to the new class of Licen- tiates, which will be open to candidates for twelve months from 23rd March, 1910. Nomination papers may be "btained on appli- cation to the undersigned, or to the Honorary Secretary of any Society allied vifch the Royal Institute. IAN MACALISTER, 9, Conduit-street, Secretary, R.I.B.A. Hanover-square, London. W: UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OF ROUTH WALES AND MONMOUTHSHIRE, CARDIFF. Lectures on Midwifery compulsory in the Theoretic^' Training of Mid wives. The Course of Instruction extends over Three Months, and the First Lecture in the Summer Term will be held on Tuesday, April 12th. 1910, at 4 o'clock. Further particulars may be obtained from J. AUSTIN JENKINS. B.A., April 6th. 1910. Registrar. Duffryn and Troedyrhiw. IN BANKRUPTCY Re GEORGE kING. The Ply- mouth Supply Stores, Duffryn, Merthyr Tydfil, and 31, Bridge-street, Troedyrhiw, Grocer and Butcher. Mr. David Evans HAS been favoured with instructions from the Official Receiver in Bankruptcy. Ponty pridd. to SELL BY PUBLIC AUCTION, on TUJos- DAY, April 12th, 1910, on the Premises as above, the whole of the STOCK-IN-TRADE, FIXTURES, FITTINGS, AND TRADE UTENSILS belonging to the estate of the above-named Debtor. The Stock-in-Trade consists of tea, jam?, salmon, starch, Bovril, coffee, custard powder. cocoa, baking powder, provost oats, mustard, peas, svrup, raisins, jellies, sweeping brushes, tomatoes, plates, dishes, potatoes, Ac. The Fixtures and Fit- tings comprise counters, shelves, drawers, window ana gas tittings, blinds, rods, hooks, mirror, &c. The Utensils contain scales and weights, butcher's block, knives, saw, steels, choppers, step ladder, small block, grindstone, &c. The Sale will commence at 2 o clock p.m. at the Plymouth Supply Stores, Duffryn. 6th April, 1910. For Sale, 66 fTIREDEGAR EXPRESS." Chestnut Cob X Stallion, 13.3, six year old, by Dagenbam, by Danegelt, his dam by Caradog. | Winner of Prizes in saddle and harness every 1 time shown. A fast and very stylish mover. Can be seen any day by appointment6 I DAVID REES, lUwluison-terraoe, TREDEGAR, j The Merthyr Mutual Investment ] and Loan Society. ¡ (R&GISTEBED DNPER THE FHIENDLY SOCIETIES j ACTS). (MUTUAL AND CO-OPERATIVE). Provides a Safe and Profitable Investment of I from Is. to 20s. weekly. Loans made to Tradesmen, Artisans and others at lowest cost. repayable by easy instalments. I Prospectus and fall information to be obtained I from the Secretary, JAMES LEVER, i REGISTERED OFFICES I POST OFFICE CHAMBERS, I' MERTHYR TYDFIL, J CHARLES L, STEWART ACCOUNTANT and AUDITOR, VALUER, HouSE and 'ESTATE AGENT MORTGAGE and INSURANCE BROKER Tradesmen's Debts Bought or Collected, Rents Collected. Accounts Regularly Posted by Special Contract, Profit and Loss Accounts and Income Tax Claims Prepared, Quarterly and Annual Audits Undertaken, Bankrupts' Statements of Affairs, Arrangement with Creditors, Valuations f6r Probate, etc. Agent for the Chief Life, Accident, Fire, and Plate Glass Insurance Companies. OFFICES :-MILBOURNE CHAMBERS, MERTHYR TYDFIL. TREDEGAR VALLEY. THOMAS JONES, Accountant, Auditor, House and Estate Agent. Tradesmen's Books Posted and Audited. Rents and Debts Collected. Bankrupts' Statements of Affairs. Arrangement with Creditors. Agent foi the Chief Life, Fire and Accident Insurance Companies. Secretary to the Tredegar and Dis- trict Permanent Money Society. OfDee-88, Commercial Street, Tredegar W. T. JONES, 50, High Street, Merthyr, Auctioneer & Accountant, HOUSE, INSURANCE AND GENERAL BUSINESS AGENT. TRADESMEN'S Debts, Bought or Collected JL Rents Collected. Arrangements with Credi- S, tors. Preparation of Bankruptcy Statements of Af. fairs. J.'raders' Books Posted and Audited. Agent for Chief Life. Accident. Fire, and Plate Glass Insurance Companies. R COUND JENKINS, C.E., ARCHITECT & SURVEYOR, ASHVILLE, CEFN COED. PLANS, SPECIFICATIONS, BILLS OF QUANTITIES AND ESTIMATES ACCURATELY PREPARED. R.C.J. was for 14 years- Engineer and Surveyor to the Vaynor and Penderyn Rural District COuncil. 1 V- Nat. Telephone—0170. Tolegra,ms-" Cound Jeokina, Cefn Ooed." "IJIXCKPTICNAL VALTTK. The "Edelweiss"Oabine JEJ of Tble Stationery, containing —3 doz. dish papers, 8J by 6}; 3 doz, ditto, 10i by 8f; 2} doz. ditto, i 12* by 10; J-doz. ditto, 15 by lli I 1 doz. cutlet frills i 1 doz. pie collars; 1 doz. 6J-in. plate papers; 1 doz. 7|-in. ditto; 1 doz. 81-in. ditto; 1 doz. 95-111. ditto,-Oiily ltl, the box,, cheap but pood, postage 4d, "tra,- U. W "î" MsstejC i — Merthyr Board of Guardians i: Election. TO THE ELECTORS OF THE TOWN WA FtD. LADIES A»CD GKXTI.emkn, I beg to return my sincere thanks for your expression of renewed confidence in mo, and to thank all thoso ladiss and gentlemen who eo kindly worked find voted for roe. I am, yours faithfully, M. T. WILLIAMS. 2, Somerset place, bferlljyr Tydfil. April 6th, 1910. Merthyr Guardians Election, 1910. TO THE ELECTORS OF PENYDARREN WARD. LADIES AND GENTTJSMKX, Please accept my sincere thanks for electing me as your Representative oii 'the Board of Guardians for the next three years. I will endeavour, to the best of my ability, to ierve you in a manner worthy of your coibdeiie,. I have the henour to be, Your obedient Servant, Penvdarren. JOHN LLOYD. April 7th 1910. Merthyr Board of Guardians. TO THE ELECTORS"OF THE PENY. DAB. HEX WARD. LADIES AXD GENTLEMEN, I beg to tender you ny cordial thanks for having fgain returned m," as one of your repre- sentatives on the Board 'of Guardians. I have always striven to perform the duties of a member with a due appreciation o? the responsibilities of the position—mindful p.m.:1 of the interests of the ratepayers and the welfare of the poor, and you may resb assured that d aring the nexb triennial tsrm I sbali endeavour still to render diligent and faithful ber^:ce.| Yours sincerely, T. E. MORGAN. Aberdare Urban District Council Election, April, 1310. TO THE ELECTORS OF THE No. 5 (ABERAMAN WARD). LADIES AND GENTLEMEN, I desire to thank you for the renewal of your confidence in again electing me as one of your representatives on the Urban District Council of Aberdart. Yours faithfully, E. 1. HANN. The Oaklands, Absraman. Aberdare. April 6th, 1910. Glamorgan County Council Election. NO. 3 (OR ABERDARE TOWN) WARD. TO THE ELECTORS. LADIES AND GENTLEMUX, I beg to con vey to yon my most sincere appre- ciabion of the honour which you were good enough to bestow upon me last Monday by returning me unopposed as one of your representatives on the Glamorgan Count v Council. It is scarcely necessary for me to state that it will always be my earnest aim and constant endeavours to identify myself with my duties in such a manner as to justify your confidence in me and to promote and protect the claims of the Ward. Believe me to remain. Ladies and Gentlemen, Your obedient Servant, WILLIAM THOMAS. Solicitor, Aberdare. Glamorgan County Council. TO THE ELECTORS OF THE LLWYD. COED WARD. LADIBS AND GENTLEMEN, Please accept my sincere thanks for the hoporar you have conferred upon me in returning me unopposed to represent yon on the Glamorgan County Council. During the past three years I have endeavoured to faithfully discharge my duties as your repre- .an tentative, and I can only promise you that during the coming three years I will do all in my power to safeguard the interests of the town of Aberdare while I shall try and see that justice is done to all parts of the administrative countyr Again thanking you for this renewed mark of yonr confidence in me. I remain, yours faithfully, MORGAN JOHN HARRIS. Green HilJ, Trecynon, April 6th, 1910. Vaynor and Penderyn Rural District Council. TO THE ELECTORS OF VAYNOR. LADIES AND GENTLEMEN. I thank you very unch for the confidence you have shown me by returning me as one of your representatives on the above Council the first time of asking. I also wish to thank all those who worked in my interest, and also those who so materially assisted me by lending conveyances. It will be my endeavovr to act in such a manner as will meet with your approval. I am, Ladies and Gentlemen, Your obedient servant, Gefn Coed. R. VAUGHAN. Tredegar Urban District Council Election. TO THE ELECTORS OF THE GEORGE-! TOWN WARD. LADIES AND GENTLEMEN,— Please accept my sincere thanks for returning me so handsomely at the poll. I shall endeavour to merit the confidence you have reposed in me. I am, yeur obedient Servant, SAM FILER. April 6th, 1910. Tredegar Council Election. TO THE ELECTORS OF THE CENTRAL WARD. LADIBS AND. GENTLEMEN, Permit me to thank the 315 voters who tendered me their support at the poll on Monday last. They can rely upon my best endeavours in the interests of the district during the forthcoming three years. Your obedient Servant. H. WATKIN MORGAN. 35, Castle-street, Tredegar, April 6tb. 1910. Tredegar Council Election. TO THE ELECTORS OF THE CENTRAL WARD. LADIES AND GENTLEMEN,— I desire to express my sincere thanks for the honoured position in which you placed me at the poll on Monday. It will be my constant endea- vour to serve you to the best of my ability. Your obedient Servant, CHARLES A. DA VIES. North Western Hotel, Tredegar, April 7th, 1910. ,Bedwellty Board' of Guardians ELECTION, APRIL, 1910. TO THE ELECTORS OF THE GEORGETOWN WARD. LADIES AND GENTLEMEN, Allow me to thank you for the confidence you have reposed in me by returning me as one of your representatives unopposed. I will endeavour to serve you faithfully during my term of office. Yours faithfully, Walter-street, S. ARROWSMITH. Tredegar. Gellygaer Urban District Council Election. TO THE ELECTORS OF THE BABGOED WARD. LADIES AND GENTLEMEN, I am extremely obliged for the honour yon have done me in returning me aa one of your members on the above Council. I can Assure yon it will be my earnest endeavour to provo myself worthy of the confidence you have placed In me. Obediently vczn," 7s JONES. CItOCilET patterns of dissiitu 6d. par dozen 5-J. tier dozen, and M. per dozer-, — H, W» Beatbey jw* i^1: mm, afrrtjtf* Pontypridd Union. [ Election of Guardian. TO THE ELECTORS OF THE NELSON 'I WARD. LADIES AND GENTLEMEN, I beg to thank you most sincerely for electing I me on Monday last by such a substantial majority to represent you on the Beard of Guardians. I hope I shall prove myself worthy of your con- fidence. I remaiD, Ladies and Gentlemen, Your obedient Servant, Llanfabon Rectory, WALTER DAVIES. April 6th, 1910. Your obedient Servant, Llanfabon Rectory, WALTER DAVIES. April 6th, 1910.
gfirijjs, ntarrhigtS anb tatgs. The Charge for Advertisements under this Beading is Is. tot 20 words, and 6d. for every additional 10 words or portion of 10- BIRTHS. THOMAs,-On 4th April at Woodhcys, The Walk, Merthyr Tydfil, the wife of W. E. Thomas, Solicitor, of a son. MARRIAGRS. POWELL—THOMAS.—On April 4th by the (Rector) Rev. John Dance, assisted by the Rev. D. H. Picton, Fred Powell to Jennetta Thomas. ROGERS—PHILLIPS.—On April 6th, at Carmel Baptist Church, New Tredegar, bytheRev. F, Jones, assisted by the Revs. J. Williams (Cardiff), R. Owen (PwlJ. Llanelly) and W. H. Rees, Rev. R. S. Rogers, Mountain Ash, to Mabel, youngest daughter of Alderman N. Phillips, Brynsyfi, New Treaeajar. DEATHS. ADAMS.—On March 23rd (by cablegram), Arthur Thomas Adam8. youngest son of Mr. ana Mrs. J. Adams, Picton-street, Merthyr, after operation for appendicitis, at St, Francis Hospital, New York, Deeply regretted. IN ME.MORIAM. EVANS.—In loving memory of our dear Willie, who died Good Friday, April 9th, 1909, at 13, Dowlais Top. Will never be forgotten, JONES.—In loving memory of DanieL, dealry loved husband of Anna Jones, 12, Russell-street, Dow- lais, who passed away April 9th, 1907, and was interred at Ebbw Vale Cemetery. "Thy will be done." PRICE.—In loving and cherished memory of Rees Price, Morlais-street, Dowlais. Departed hence 7tn April, 1E99. Peace, perfect peace." ACKNOWLEDGMENTS. WILLIAMS.—Mrs. Alfred Williams (and family). 41, Mary-street (late 20, East-street), Dowlais, desires to return sincere thanks for kind inquiries and condolence on the death of her daughter, Florrie May. -_u-
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SPECIAL NOTICE.—Applicants sending replies for Advertisements addressed to initials or net tions names at this Office, are requested not to send original testimonials with their applications, but to enclose copies only. REWARD. CRUEL OUTRAGE. £1 Reward offered. On the 27th j March a Lamb, in a shed, at Hafod Farm, Pant. was found with its brains knocked out. Above reward offered for information which will lead to a conviction.— WM. WILLIAMS, Hafod Farm, Dowlais. A 9 LOST AND FOUND. T OST, near Courtland-terrace, Monday last sisal! I_j Yorkshire Terrier Dog, answers t? uoti- yy-f Iwt bine-black cat, golden tan face, and mi,& ',L a long silvery fall and moustaches. Finder rewacded. de- tainer promc;tted,-POLNX INSPECTOR, Merthyr. A 9 PRIZE DRAWINGS. 7 \\J INNING Numbers of Richard Jones, 58, Tram- TT roadside. Merthrr, Prize Drawing.—2306, 3371, 149. 2830, 3494, 2767, 1469, 64, 1061, 2850, 2737, 492, 188, 3549, 2096, 2645. 614,1920, 856. 3179. 2612, 3949, 3336, 514, 937. 3928, 415, 3716, 156. 605, 3944. 44, 311L 894,1908,2734, 3184, 1419, 2860, 913 2768, 545. 2573, 2743~903.—Apply to Secretary, D. L. JONXS, or ABRAHAM THOMAS, 22, Pedw- ranfach. A9 WALTER JENKINS. Penywern, Dowlais. Result of drawing: 2501,2117,681,2505,2607,1303,2087, 2169, 2662,1566, 2457, 840, 895, 1306, 87.-W. ROGERS, Sec- retary, 21, Cwmcanol-street, Dowlai& AWING in aid EVAN Lima, Alma-street, Dowlais- postponed until April 30th, 1910.—J. H. PSTSRS. SERVANTS WANTED. WANTED, an experienced General, not undsr 20, no washing.—Apply, with references, evenings after 7, Mrs. BROWN, Plymouth House. A 9 WANTED, respectable girl as General, state wages and references.—Mrs. RICH, 12, Highland View, Merthyr. A 9 WANTED, day Girl, about 16, must be thoroughly clean and respectable.— M 210, Express Office, j Mertbyr. A9 WANTED respectable Girl about 15 as Nurse; used to children.—Apply, 15, Newcastle-street, Mer- thyr. A 9 I I SITUATIONS VACANT. WANTED at once, strong lad for delivering and warehouse work.—JOHN GRBBOTR, Gwalia." Stores, Dowlais. A 9 V\7 ANTED- sharp Office Boy. — Apply, J EX KINS. y V Thomastown Brick Works, Merthyr. A16 W"ANTED capable Woman for Washing and Ironing Mondays and Tuesdays.Address, M 206, "Ex- press Office. Merthyr. A 2 ANTED, sharp office boy, at once.—Apply, X.Y.Z., V Express Office, Merthyr. T S. WANTED, four Lady Canvassers, improving position and permanency,—Apply, M.R.W„ Express Office, Merthyr. A 9 SITUATIONS WANTED. WANTED* light employment by reliable, honest, steady man watchman or any place of trust.— M 208, Express Office, Merthyr. A 23 INSURANCE. 4?Onf| Certificate, British Homes (now City Life Assurance Co.), for sale; £ 30 paid up; im- mediate advance available; what offers?—Address, M, 204. Express Office, Merthyr. A 9 APARTMENTS TO LET. SITTING-ROOM and Bedroom suit one gentleman or S two friends. -Apply" Glan Cothi," Dyke-street, Merthyr. A 23 COMFORTABLE rooms for two respectable young c tn; good attendance. -19, Newcastle-street, Merthyr. A 9 SITTING-ROOM and Bedroom, suit gentleman or two friends; piano, bath.—3, Bees-street, Merthyr. A23 COMFORTABLE front sitting-room and bedroom; bathroom; suit one or two gentlemen.—16, High- land View, Merthyr. A 23 TO LIST, in the Park district, Merthyr, comfortable apartments, suit two young ladies or two young men: will let with board inclusive or separately.—Apply, M 209, Express Office, Mertbyr. A 23 COMFORTABLE bedroom and front sitting-room to C Let, centra1.-52. Tramroad-terrace. Merthyr. A 23 WANTED two respectable young men, board or lodgings.—Apply, 5, Milton-terrace, Merthyr. A16 LODGINGS for two respeotable young men, 6, Dixon- t j street, near Baker, Coachbuilder, Be thee da-street, Merthyr. A 16 QUIET refined Home has vacancy tot two boarders. —Apply 8, The Avenue, Merthyr. A 16 COMFORTABLE Front bedroom and sitting room to c Let, suit one or two gentlemen.—68, Thomas-street, Merthyr. A 16 THREE unfurnished Rooms to Let, 4, Monumental jL terrace, Cefn. A 9 ROOMS, to suit gentleman, vacant after Easter.— Apply, 1, Dyke Street. Merthyr. a 9 to COMFORTABLE Sitting room and Bedrooms to Let. j near station, board or otherwise. -53, Upper Thomas-street, Merthyr. A 16 A PARTAMNT, to Let in Thomastown, suit one lady or two willing to share room, with piano term9 moderate.—AddressM 195^ "Express" Office, Merthyr Al6 HOUSES WANTEDS ^NTED to purchase, House in Matthiaa' -terrace" Penydarren.—Price, etc., letters only, House e/o Cartwright, Dowlais. A 9 HOUSES TO LET. O LET, No. 2, The Walk, Mertbyr.—Apply 32, George- street, Merthyr. a 23 TO LET.—22, Lancaster Villas, Tbe Park, Merthyr^T Apply, 5, Victoria-street. A 23 TROEDYRHIW.—4. Tvdfll-terrace. and 29r Gropnfi-.vi. terraee.—Apply, J.A DANIEL, Solicitor, Troedvrhuv and Merthyr. A 23 rilO LET, immediately, eight-roomed house, J, Bant, Balaclava-road, Dowlais.—Apply on pre £ p>>«, AS Let, 2, Union-street, vacant Apri! 25th.—Apji'.v £ j'. :-$!■ HOLIDAY APARTMENTS II BLACKPOOL. Mrs. Wadding ton. 66, Albert-road public and private apartments near central station and sea; nanoE. A 2 f TORQUAY.-Comfortable Apartments near sea, town j and station home comforts piano. Moderate.— a Mrs. LITTLE, Cottismore, Bampfyeld-road. A 161 HOUSES AND LAMP FOR SALE. I- HOUSES FOR SALE at Ystrad Mynach, close to new a -L Pen all ta Pits; ready for occupation good invest- E mcn. Apply, MORGAN & DAVIKS, builders, Y¡;trad Mynr.ch, or 23, Brynavon-terrace, Hengoed. A 23 J 'BUSINESS PREMISES TO LET. HOUSE and Shop, large size, main street, Merthyr '■ Tydfil,—Apply, THOS. WAKE, Alona, Clevedcn. A23 ) CASTLE Chambers. Offices to Let.—Very fine rocm to let as Offices over 101, Hi^h-street, Merthyr.— Apply WK. HARRIS. T S HORSES, TRAPS, ETC. \\T HEELS. WHEELS. — In SATING TIMR you are TV SAVING MONET. It may interest you to know that on Mondays and Thursdays you can have your Van, Dray, Cart, in fact any kind of tyres tightened (cut and hut), time taken, half-an-hour per pair. Thus saving an extra journey to your Wheelwright. Our new process is absolutely the Best,- and the cost is ONK THIRD LESS.— NOTE CHARSRS Tyres, H in. wide, 3 ft. high and under ls. 9d. eMh It in. wide, 3 ft. 5 ins. high, Is. lOd. each It in. wide, 4 ft, high, 2s. each. Only Addre..s- VICTORIA CARRIAGE AND MOTOR WORKS, Betnesda-street, Merthyr. Telephone P.O. 42. OVF.RNESS CAR for Sale, suit Cob 14 hands; in upe four years; condition good: best make. Lamps, Cushions, etc., also brown Harness to match, together or separate. Price Of car, £ 13.—Apply, 6, Abermorlais-terraoe, Merthyr. A 9 ■ ,10R SALE, good crank axle Bread Van. good con i1 dition, cheap.—W. T. HATCH, West End Bakery. Ebbw Vale. A 9 CYCLES FOR SALE. BKJYCLE for Sale, never been used, great bargain.— WILKS, Furniture Stores, Castle-street, Merthyr. A 9 MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS. UPRIGHT Iron Grand Piano in lovely walnut ease, full trichord, under-damp tape check action; by first-class London maker; sacrifice, LM.-Apply M 207, Express 0 ffice, Merthyr. A 16 FOR SALE, Second-hand Piano, in beautiful rosewood case, iron frame, full trichord, under damper tape, check action, P,15 10s. rare bargain.-Apply. Arcade I Music Shop, Merthyr. A 16 FOR SALE. FOR SALE, Two portable Buildings suitable for poultry, pigeons, or outside bird aviaries, bolted lift, long, 5ft. 6in. wide, 8ft. high. Price, XZ Another 8ft. long, 5ft. wide, 8ft. 6in. high. £ 3.—T. SEAL. 21 Mount-terrace, Quar, Merthyr. A 9 Ij^NAMELLED P.O.P. Postcards, customers' negatives, 9d. doren and postage, best work Cabinets 2s. 6d. half-dozen; send photo and cash.—ART CoT., Seaton, Devon. Jn c, FINE Indian Carpet, size 12 ft. 3 ins. by 8 ft. 2 ins.; perfect condition bargain, £ 4 15s. — PRICHARD, Auction Mart, Merthyr. T S WALL PAPERS from l^d- per Roll. Any quantity, larere or small, at Wholesale Prices. Our Stock exceeds 250,000 rolls, all classes. Write for Patterns, stating class required.—Dept. 353, THE Babbitt WALL PAPER Co., LTD., Manchester. Jy 16 DOGS LACK Smooth-coated Retriever Dog, 9 months old, must be sold, cheap. F. STUCKKT, 2, Howell-street, Merthyr. A 9 POULTRY. NO DEAD CHICKS.—ARMITAGE'S DRY FEED CHICKEN FOOD the original and the best; to insure succcss, no other food should be eiven for first 14 days. Chickens reared on this food weigh 29oz. when five weeks nld; pullets commence to lay at 5 months. In bags, 4<1.. 8cL, ls. 4d., 2s. 6d., and 5s. Manufactured by Armitage Bros, Ltd., Nottingkmm. -Sold by: Wm. Harris, 144, High-street, Merthyr, and at High-street, Dowlais; Hopkins Bros.,82,Twynvrodyn, Merthyr Tydfil D. Jones, Carmarthen Stores; C. J. Black, Chemist, Tre- degnr; W. Harris, 38. Taff-street, J. Protberoe and T- Harris k. Co., Ltd., Taff-street, Pontypridd P. A. Lewia,; 32, Cardiff-road, Caerphilly; F, Williams, Household, ¡ Stores, Senghenydd. A 4 MEDICAL REMEDIES ADVICE FREE for Btamp; Mrs. Stewart's famous Female Remedy; never fsals.—Address, 9, Guinea street, Bristol. Jy 8 ROPsY AND ITS TREATMENT. Swftfcrcrs from & y Lj-Tpe; A' b> »ndkiduxca aiiraer;%a2.orad i md ? this book on sell cam, by a former euffei^r of years standing, whose case had been given up by doctors as hopeless. By post, 7d.—C. J. Grwity. Loebaber." W eston-super-Mare. A 2j3 IMPORTANT TO MOTIiERS. Every mother who I values the Health and Cleanliness of her child should use IRk, BISON'S "RELIABLE" NURSERY POMADE. One Application kills all Nits and Vermin, beautifies and strengthens the Hair. In Tins, <Ud. and gd,. Postage ld-Gso. W. HARRISON, Chemist, Reading. Sold by Chemists. Agents for Mertbyr, Rees Thomas and Son, 143 and 65, High-street, and J. Francis; Tre- degar, C. 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, Cross street; Brynmawr, A. E. Evans, 43, Beaufort-streejt, and A. M. Jones, 42, King- street; Ebbw Vale, A. E. Evans, Ida-place, and T. D, Betbcar-atreet; Treharris, T. Thomas, The Square Dow lais, R. P. Rees, 177, Hijh-street; Blackwood, A. Enoch Llanbradach, W. J. Williams; Mertbyr. T. Jenkins, Pont morlais. All chemists. S 24/10 EMIGRATION. .t "V EMIGRATION-For Lowest Fares to South Africa by -11 1 the Union Castle Line, to America and Canada by the Cunard, White Star, American, Dominion, Canadian Pacific, Allan and other Steamship Companies, and to Aus- tralia. Reduced passages to New South Wales. Also for trips around the British Isles and Coasting Trips. Assisted passages to Sydney, New South Wales, for Agri- culturalists, Domestic Servants, Miners, Artisans, Navvies and General Labourers. ent for Barry Railway (Red Funnel Steamers), 1,000-Mile Ticket Books for One Guinea -Apply D. Y- RICHARM, WenaUt Aberdare. T.S. MISCELLANEOUS. WANTED good second-hand Perambulator for 2; good condition. State price, when and where seen.—PRAM., Express Office, Merthyr. A 9 MDME, Elvira, F.C.S., Teacher of Palmistry. Phreno- logy. Jbc,—This Distinguished and Scientific Lady will shortly be returning to America. Clients who wish to consult her on business, speculation, change, travel,, or health may now have the opportunity. Receptions daily, 2 till 9.-13, Queen-street, Arcade, Cardiff. DRUNKENNESS CURED quickly, secretly, perma- nently, unfailingly, harmlessly, cost trifling trial free; Rave loved ones—with cerWnty.-CA&LioN CHEMICAL Co., 722. Guildhall Buildings, Birmingham. T S Q (,'RAPS. -Belief Scraps in beautiful designs for child- ren's scrap books. Large variety. ld. and lid. per sheet.—H W. Southey and Sons, Express Office, Merthyr Tydfil. T S THE Swan Fountain Pen, fitted with solid gold nib1 fine, medium or broad ;an elegant and popular pen from 10/6, post free.—H W. Southey & Sons, Express Office, Merthyr. T71RESH CONSIGNMENT of Artistic Novelties-, all 5? useful lines; Trays, Trinkets, liqueur Stands. Tea Cosies, etc. Come and see them.—SOUTHKT & SONS. TEX Music series of Japanese Serviettes for use at musical evenings, soirees, dauce parties, &c., con- taining fifty, price Is.—H. W. Southey and Sons, ExpressOffice Merthyr. ROUND Lace Desert Papers in boxes of three dozen. Beautifully embossed, assorted in useful sizes 6 jd. per box, postage lid., extra. -H, W. Southey & Sons, Express Office, Merthyr. THE" Stylographio Pen English make, in Brown or JL Black. 2/6 post free.—H. W. Southey & sons. "Express Office, Merthyr BOXES of Cruet Papers, containing 36 papers with lace edges, for three bottles, 7Jd. six bottles, Is.— H. W. Southey and Sons. Express' Office Merthyr. MOURNING Cards sample book of designs sent on receipt of 2s. 6d., refunded on return of books. Orders executed immediately.—H. W. SOUTHKT and SOliS, Express Office, Merthyr. CUTLET FRILLS. Boxes of 3 doz., best quality. 6d. « per box or separately at 2d. per doz.—H, southey & Sous. Express" Office. Merthyr. fTHHE" Tom-Tit Fountain Pen. Black or Brown, a JL perfect Pen, 21 incites long. will fit in a lady's purse /6 post free.-H. W. Southey & Sons, Express Offlee, Merthyr. THE Go-ahead" Pen fitted with 14-carat gold nib* Every Pen is a perfect writing instrument. I 3/6 post free.—H. W. Southey & Sons, Express Office, Merthyr. PULAR Card Games. New pattern book of latest t 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/- par dozen.—H. W. Southey & Sons, Express" Office, Merthyr Tydfil T.S. THE Very Latest Novelty! 1 doz. honeycomb pie collars, assorted colours, Is. the box, postage 3d extra.—H. w. Southey &Sons, "Express" Office, Merthyr PIE Dish Collars, best quality, Pink or White, Is. per box of one dozen, postage ljd.—H. W. Southey & Sons. "Expreøø" Office, Merthyr. OFFICE FILES; of all latest improvements.— H. W. SOUTHKT and Sons, Express Office, Merthyr. LI CT A I lf yro have a BAD LEG, Ec- zema, Old Sores, Wounds, Ring, worm, Cuts, Burns, Scor £ or any skin affection send to Maunce Smith, Ph.C., F.S.M.G Kidderminster, for a free sample of HEALO Ointment. It costs yon nothing, and you will not regret it. Try it, you need not send for a large box. A Shifnal Lady says it is worth £ 5 a box. HEALO allays all Irritation, I reduces inflammation, prevents festering, soothes and lively I 1 an bad legs. Don't say your case is hopeless without trying HEALO. Boxes I/I i Be 2/9. • I 1 Loc.l Ajcnts Wills, Cliemist, Iterthyr; Lewis, Supply ¡ Stores, Bed'vas Thomas, Chemist, Caerphilly Thomas, I Chemist, Ebbw Vale Jones, ChemyU Utontidn Afltl' £ &»§$«•* } ..< MOKtr. J jf_'20 to £ 1,000 Without any Sectirj. Reasonable Interest and no delay, Strictest privacy Applications from all parts receive attention. Apply direct to EMBANKMENT, CARDIFF. AcccroTtodation, £O to £1000. Interest 2s. bel. in F-ie £ ior agreed period. W. JACKSON. Tudor-road, Cardiff. ] My 14 ALL persons who want to borrow money o a 81m p premmissory note.oi hand, t easy repayments of from Is. to 5s. per week, from a specially authorised Friendly Society (not a firm of money lenders) should apply to J. L. CUNNING HAM, Secretary, The t.irI:¡ugh Money Society, 19, Glebeland Street, Merthyr. MORTGAGE LOANS.— Persons who li.ve bou^hl houses, or require advances upon their probi ties, snould apply to J. L. Cunningham. Auctioneer, who hua seycral sums of mcn2Y from £ 100 up to £ 2,000 for Il1Ene, Ii. ate adyanee upon freehold or leasehold 8ecuntic.s, ,,1, "i 19, GleiJeland-street; Merth-.f Tydfil. DO. MOBBlsi, Anetioueer, The 13:1uar, lj:,m¡}I"j bas several sums of inouey, amoimtias HI "II L4 £ 4,000, to place out fr clients upon Leasehold 0: Free bold Seourities at 4^ per cent. CT 5 per cejit. X S MONEY.—The Provincial Union Bank continual to Lend large sums daily from £ 110 to i-oQJ on Note of Hand alone, or on any other approved so* curity, at a few hours' notice, to all class in anjj part of England and Wales, repayable by easy ia" stalments. With and ithout securities. o gJod. application is ever refused. All CvllimnlllC<1Lont Strictly Private. This business having been stil lished a great many years, and conducted in honourable and slraightionyard manner, has growa to be ono of the best known and largest in the kings dem, the (Uniform courtesy and 1 roinpt attention 1) our officials having gained the confidence and reccnW mendations <Jf our numerous customers. If desiro^L' one of our officials w ill attend at applicant's re £ with cash, and carry out the advance WitST out Delay. Call or write to the Manager, WesteUf Branch, Mr. STANLEY LOWDING, 1, Queen-squaw*. Bristol, or to Mr. W. Jiitas, 158, llie mond-road, C 4- THE CHARING CROSS BANK ESTABLISHED 1870. j CAEDIFF BRANCH: 73 ST. MARY STiEET^ Head Offices 28, Bedford-street. Strand, Loudon, W.C. J & 33, Bishopsgate-street Within, London, E.C. Branchnflf Manchester. Liverpool. Leeds, Bristol, etc. Surplas,£371, LOANS ef £30 to £2,000 granted at a few hOIllJf" notÍl in town or country, on personal security jew«'lery, precious stones, stocks, shares and fun nfkut, without removal. Stocks and Shares Bought and Sold. 2} par cent, allowed on Current Account Balances-. DEPOSITS of £ 10 and upwards received as undecj Subject to 3 m'nths' notice of withdrawal, 5 p.c. per ana. Subject to 6 m'nths' notice of withdrawal, 6 p.c. per n-nnu Subject to 12 m'nths' notice of withdrawal 7 p.c. per »™j Special terms (longer periods). Interest paid quarter^ Owing to the nature of onr investments, we aa| able to pay rates of interest on deposits that will compare favourably with dividends paid on almost any class of stock or shareholding insuring tilt safety of capital. We have been established fo* 39 years, and our position in the banking world tcr day testifies to the success of our business methods: and to the satisfaction of our customers. Write at call for prospectus. A. WILLIAMS and H. J. TALL. Joint MU MERTHYR AND DOWLAIS Permanent Benefit Building Society BE YOUR OWN LANDLORD. LOANS advanced to enable you to buy till House you occupy. LOANS on Buildings in progress, ? Repayments spread over from 3 to 17 yeazs. Loans may be redeemed at any time. No Survey Fees beyond out of pocket expensed No Management Expenses. Borrowers Pay No Income Tax. Special Terms for Special Loans negotiated oi| application. t I Apply to Mr. DAVID DAVIES, Secretary, Glcoflacrd House, Merthyr Tydfifc THE MILBCURNEf J P £ KMAJ?ENT I BUILDING SOCIETY, Incorporated under thi., Bu&dtng Societies Acts* f"" SOUND INVESTMENT FOR SA. VCK -y T:;rtali,. \s Ti. '4 per cent, per auium — ir&a of Inoome Tax, Shane may be withdrawn at aII7 time on giving One Month's Notice. LOANS in sums of £100tlo £1.,000 are made, tcr enable persons to buy House Property, or to persons requiring Advances on Property already in their possession. Re-payable by easy Monthly or Quartexly Instalments, or on such other termá as the Directors may approve. DEPOSITS, in amounts of JB5 and npwardt received, at 3 per cent, per annum. Foil Proepectns 1 may be obtained from tin Secretary, -1 j CHAS. L. STEWART, 1 Mflbourne Chambers, Merthyr TydSt For s 'V PRIVATE CASHtADVANCESi Apply to—V; AIiBEBT E. GASH: At his private house, 30," st. George's Terrace, Swansea.: Mr. Gash is prepared to advance to rec pee tabid persons loans from £10 to any amcunt, upon theit own Note, of Hand, withont Sureties or Bill 01 Sale. .0:1 INTENDING BORROWERS in applying to Mr. Gash, have the satisfaction cf knowing with whom they are dealing, for Mr. Gash trades under his own name, and not under an assumed name* neither does he trade aa a Gompany 2, oc aS called M Bank. PLEASE NOTE ADDRESS— 30, ST. GEORGE'S TERRACE,^ WALTER ROAD, SWANSEA. ("■ -1 The Hengoed, Maesycwmmer & Y stracl Mynach Permanent Investmeol and Loan Society. I t I (Begistered under the Friendly Societies Acts); ,.t Safe and Profitable Investment. Loans to Trades* men, Artisans and others on reasonable terms. i. Prospectus and full information to be obtained r from the Secretary, r JAMES LEVEJR, I, BANK CHAMBERS, HENGOEB, THE BOROUGH MONEY SOCIElY OmCH5:—19, GLEBELAND STREET, JDERTHYB^ TYDFI MONET ADVANCED TO TRADESMEN, WORK; MEN AND OTHERS upon the security of a •Promissory Note on tbe following xast terms of' repay* ment;— £10 Share, repayment Is. 2d. per week. £ 20 |j| 2s. 2d. — £ 30 3 4 3s. 2d. y- «40 4?. 2d. 2 £ 50 I 5s. 2d. Z Persons desirous of taking investing Shares fat tbIi Society should do so immediately, as there is a great demand for these Shares. APPLICATIONS for loans or investing shares must bt ta the Secretary, J. L. CUNNINGHAM; AtjenoKSQU MERTHYR TYDFIL. Na.t. Tel 45. The Sirhowyl Valley Permanent 1 Money Society. (REGISTERED UNDER THE FRIENDLY SOCIETIES ACT, 1896). LOANS can be obtained from the above Society at any time on note of hand. Terms of repayment-£lO share, 1/2 per week- „ J350 w 3 2 „ B50 5/2 „ Sabscription night, every Monday, 7 to 8.30 p. at, Registered Office, Town Hall Chambers, Tredegar. Applications for Loans or investing Shares ta be mada 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 *V pnvate. to apply to the SOUTH WALES EQUITABLE MONEY SOCIETY, Under Friendly "TMT rj "VJ" 17 ~\7 Co-operativflk' Societies' Act. i. X System. lend at low Interest and exceptionally easy repay ents. 1/2 per week repays loan of £10. Share, etc. v Don't be mialed by those who say, No Isruiussr AKO so FIXBS TO PAT." Apply for descriptive prospectus and last anmial balant- fheet to District Agent, E. HARRY REM, Tredegar. Hall. lt7 to ? t:;