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The CARDIFF EMPIRE QUEEN STREET. Managing Director OSWALD STOLL TO-NIGHT. GEORGE gOBEY, The Prime Minister of Mirth. LES UNIQUES, on the Ladder. FLORENCE ESDAILE, A Delightful Vocalist. THE MAYVILLES, the Liliputians. V ASCILESC U TROUPE, In an Aorobatic Pot Pourri. TWO LITTLE VAGABONDS, Humour, Excitement, Pretty Scenery, and Wonderful Colour Effects on the AMERICAN BIOSCOPE. THE M'GOVERNS, Four Delightful Girls in an Acrobatic Dance out of the ordinary. MULLINI SISTERS, Cornet Virtuosos. ETHEL HAYDON, A Singer that Charms Ears and Eyes. Bicycles stored Free of Charge. Two Performances Nightly. Early one between 7 o'clock and 9; late one between 9 o clock and 11. All artistes appear at each performance Box Office open daily (with! xception of Saturdays) 10 p.m, i,o 5 p.m. and 7 p.m. to 10 p m. Saturdays, 10 a.m. to 3 p m: Plan of Grand Circle. N booking fees. D'A R C Grand Waxwork Exhibition St. Mary Street, CARDIFF (Opposite the Morgan Arcade). GRAND NEW ADDITIONS! OVER 200 LIFE-SIZE FIGURES. The Original Waxworks. Don't Forget to consult the Great Palmiste and Character Reader. Consultations from 2 till 5, and 6 to 10 daily. Waxworks open from 10 to 10. Admission, 3d. each. Children. 2d. 1IJlI 2570 J. MASON & Co., Wyeverne Road, CARDIFF. Maker of Sun-Blinds, Loin Cloths, Cart and Wagon Covers. Self-acting Spring Roller Blinds for Shops a speciality. Estimates given. 2524 W I. VAUGHAN, Shop, Office and Bank Fitter. Manufacturer of Shop Window Fittings, Air- tight Case Maker. Ebenezer Street, (Off QUEEN STREET) CARDIFF. Nat. Tel. 034. Teleyrams—"W. 1. Vaughan, Cardiff D. M. WILLIAMS, Accountant and Public Auditor, BRYN GELLl HOUSE, TONYPANDY Insurance, House and Estate Agent. Deeds of Arrangement, Mortgages and Transfers of Properties negotiated. Bankruptcy and Probate of Will Accounts prepared. Rents Collected. 2231 Mr WILLIAM MORGAN AUCTIONEER, HOTEL AND GENERAL VALUER. Established 1883. Offices.. BREWERY BUILDINGS, TONYPANDY Residence MAESYRHAF, TREALAW Nat. Telephone—0195, Tonypandy. i Sales nd Valuations conducted in any part the Country. 2411 William Phillips (Of Pengelli Hotel, Treorohy), Auctioneer, Hotel & House Valuer Rents and Book Debts Collected. Mortgage & Transfer of Property Negotiated. Offices-22, HIGH STREET, TREORCHY. Telephone, P.O. 12, Treorchy, Sales and Valuations conducted in any part of the country KENDALL'S ¡i';i' UMBRELLAS| £ j -Z."7, Are CHEAPEST becauselBEST. Thousands to select from. RE-COVERS equal to new, from 1/6. i Best Value in LADIES' FURS. 20, Queen Street, Cardiff. 2124 Sales by Auction. t Duke Street Auction Rooms, Cardiff On TUESDAY and THURSDAY NEXT, Sept. 5 and 7, 1905/, 'omuieneing at 2 p.m. prompt. IMPORTANT TO PARTIES FURNISHING. MESSRS. J. G. MADDOX AND SON will Sell by Public Auction, at their Old Established SALE ROOMS as above, an mmense assemblage of very Superior HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE (Removed from various residences for absolute sale), including Valuable Pianofortes, 6 ft., 5 ft. and smaller Bedroom Suites, 6 ft,, 5 ft. and 4 ft. Wardrobes, Pairs of Handsome Toilets, All Brass and other Bedsteads, Wool and Spring Mattresses, Turkey, Axminster, Brussells and Tapestry Carpets, Skin and other Hearthrugs, Brass Curbs, Fenders, Brasses, Superior Drawing and Dining Room Suites, Rosewood, Chippendale and Walnut Cabinets, 6 ft., 5ft. and 4 ft. Sideboards:, Bookcases, Dining and Occasional Tables, Walnut, Chippendale, Rosewood and Gilt Overmantles, Chests of Drawers, Hall Stands and Chairs to match, Roll-top and Pedestal Desks, Safes, Office Chairs, Lounge and Occasional ditto, Oil Paintings, Etchings, Marble Clocks, Bronze and China Ornaments, Ottoman and other Couches, Stair Carpets and Rods, Sets of Toilet Ware, Dinner and Tea Services, together with the usual Kitchen Effects, &c., &c., in all about 800 Lots. On view day prior to and mornings of Sale. N.B.—Arrangements can be made by Country buyers to have their purchases packed and put on rail. Goods can be purchased pri- vately if desired. Established 1860. 401 RED FUNNEL LINE. BARRY AND BRISTOL CHANNEL STEAMSHIP COMPANY. SAILINGS by "GW ALLA" "DEVONIA," and WESTONIA." From CARDIFF and PENARTH. SEPTEMBER. LEAVE CARDIFF. LEAVE WESTON. Fri. 1-b9 am, 10.45, 5.30, 69.40 am, 4.20, 6.15, 8.15 7.30 pm Sat., 2—bS am, 10.0, 5.25, 8.45, 10.45 am, b6.10, 8.0, 7.15, 9.0 pm 9,45 pm Mon., 4—69.20, 11.20 am, 10.5 am, 12.5. 7.30, 9.15 pm 6.30, 8.30 pm Tues., 5-b9.25, 11.25 am, 10.10 am, 12.10, 6.45, 9 pm 1.30, 8.0 pm Wed., 0—69.25, 11.40 am, 10.10 am, ;12,30, 7-20, 9.15 2.25,8.30 pm pm LEAVE CARDIFF. LEAVE CLEVEDON. Fri., 1—8.0 am, 7.15 pm 9.0 pm Sat., 2—6.30 am, «7.30 pm 10.0 pm Tues., 5—1.30 pm, 5.45 pin Wed., 6—2.20 pm 6.15 pm LEAVE CARDIFF. LEAVE MINEHEAD. Mon., 4—9.30 am 5.50 pm Tues., 5—9.30 am 5.50 pm Thurs-, 7—9.30 am | 8.20 pm Mon., 4—9.30 am 5.50 pm Tues., 5-9.30 am 5.50 pm Thurs-, 7—9.30 am | 8.20 pm LEAVE CARDIFF. LEAVE ILFRACOMBE. Fri., 1-9.30 am 5.30 pm Sat., 2—9.30, 10.45 am 4.30 pm Mon., 4-9.30 am 4.15, 4.30 pm Tues., 5—9.35 am 4.30 pm Wed., 6—9.30 am, 2.30 pm j «4.30, 0.30 pm LEAVE CARDIFF. I LEAVE CLOVELLY. Thurs., 7—9.30 am 5.10 pn,, -n. SPECIAL SAILINGS; FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 1st. DAY TRIP to CLEVEDON—Leave Cardiff 8.0 returning Clevedon 9 p.m. EVENING TRIP to CLEVEDON—Cardiff p.m., returning Clevedon 9 p, tn Fare h. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 2nd. CLEVEDON and BRI8TOI.• -Leave Cardiff (5.30 a.m., returning Bristol 9 p.m., OJevcdnrl io p.m. LYNMOUTH and ILFRACOMBE -Leave Cardiff 10.45 aliI, returning Ilfracombe 4.15. EVENING TRIP to BRISTOL—Cardill' edAO, return- ing Bristol U p.m. Fare Is. (id. EVENING TRIP to CLEVEDUN-Cardiff e7.30, returning OleN,ed,)n 10 1).111. Fare Is. Calls at Penarth 10 minutes Hater, and ff Lynmouth to and fro. R From Riverside Station. a via Harry Pier and Rail. 6 Does not call at Lynmouth. c via Clevedon. d Does not call off Lynmouth. e Penarth 30 minutes later. THROUGH BOOKINGS ARE NOW IN OPERATION FROM STATIONS ON THE TAFF VALE AND RHYMNEY RAILWAYS TO WESTON, ILFRACOMBE, &c. ASK FOR TICKETS BY THE RED FUNNEL BOATS. A limited number of Season Tickets (not ransferabie) on issue at £2 2s., also 10s Coupon Poolis enabling holder to travel at half-fare are now issued not trans- ferable. f or fares and other particulars apply Company's Office, Merchants' Exchange, Pier-head, Cardiff. Nat. Tel. 156. BARRY RAILWAY & BARRY AND BRISTOL CHANNEL STEAMSHIP COMPANY. DAILY SERVICE between CARDIFF, LYNMOUTH ILFRACOMBE and CLOVELLY. (Shortest and Most Comfortable Route.) AN EXPRESS BOAT TRAIN leaves Cardiff (Riverside Station) Daily (Sundays excepted) at 9.35 a,rii., and rutin direct to Barry Pier. Steamer leaves Barry Pier at 10.10 a.m. on arrival of Boat Express. The Train runs along- side Steamer, and labelled Luggage is transferred Free of Charge. Steamer leaves Clovelly. Ilfracombe. Sept. 1st to 6th 4.30 p.m. Lynmouth 35 minutes later. An Express Boat Train awaits arrival of Steamer at Barry Pier, and Runs Direct to Cardiff (Riverside). The Through Tickets (Rail and Boat) obtained at Riverside are the same price as those issued from Cardiff Pier-head. A Train also leaves Bridgend at 8;30 a.1D Porth 8.38 a.m., and Pontypridd 8,47 a.m., calling at all Stations, to connect with ilfracombe Steamer. A Train awaits return of Boat from Ilfracombe at Night, and through connec- tions are made to Bridgend, Porth, Pontypridd, &c. ORDINARY & EXCURSION BOOKINGS Are NOW IN OPERATION From Riverside Station and Stations on the Barry Rail- way, Cogan Branch, TO DEVON AND CO UN W ALL, via Barry Pier, Ilfracombe, and London and South West- ern Railway. 2510 '"eczema! the I UNBEARABLE ITCHING SMARTING PAiTT OF ECZEMA CURED BY CUREXEMA. Hundreds can testify to its ^HEALING POWER, j| Trial Case, Post Free, 1/2, (money returned if not satisfactory). CUREXEMA Co., 3i Charles St., Milford Haven. Absolutely Painless DENtlSTRY. ARTIFICIAL TEETH FROM 5/- EACH. SUCCESSFUL DENTISTRY. 1.30, Splott Road, Cardiff, Dear &IR,—I have verj- great pleasure JI you know how pleased T am with the teeth which vou have made for me, and also for th patient and kind consideration accorded me in order to effect the painless extraction of my unsound teeth, and to express my gratitude for the perfect fit and reasonable cost of the artificial teeth. I shall with confidence recommend any of my friends requiring the aid of an experienced dentist to you, feeling sure you will give them perfect satisfaction. My friends are delighted with them, and I feel that my health is steadily improving. Yours faithfully, Mr, G. Poole. E. J. STEPHENS, Coal Inspector. GEO. POOLE, Surgeon Dentist, Glan-yr-Afon House, 13, Westbourne Crescent, CARDIFF. P-TTENDS AT Mrs.fJENKINS, 4i,]Tylacelyn Road, Penygraig, Every Monday, Mrs. JONES, 201, Ystrad Road, Pentre (next door to Public Benefit Boot CoJ, Every Wednesday. 2295 I J. TAYLOR, Umbrella Manufactory. Umbrellas Re-covered equal to new, from 2/6 EXECUTED MOUNTED and » PROMPTLY EXECUTED MOUNTED ENGRAVED 7, Morgan Arcade, CARDIFF. Orders by Parcel Post receive prompt attention 2601 A CERTAIN CURE FOR HARD AND SOFT CORNS PAINLESS AND HARMLESS. In Bottles, Price Is. by Post, Is. Id., from the Sole Proprietors- D. MORGAN & 00., (Late J. MUNDAY), CHEMISTS, 1, High Street, CARDIFF. 2612 FERNDALE GENERAL H OSPITAL AND YE ~g~NFIRM ARY Patients admitted free on recommendation of the Governors. 2094 Hon. Sec. -HENRY DA VIES. Excursions. Rhondda & Swansea Bay Railway Through Express Trains between the Rhondda ITalley AND CARMARTHEN, PENCADER, NEW- CASTLE EMLYN, LAMPETER and m ABERYSTWYTH Via Treherbert and Court Sart Junction. On Saturdays & Mondays July 22nd to September 9th, A THROUGH EXPRESS TRAIN Will run as above. For Times and further particulars see the Company's Time Tables JOHN DAVID, Swansea, July 19, 19U5. General Manager. 2564 To Visitors to St. David's. W. H. JONES, OF TUK PROSPECT HOTEL, ST. DAVID'S, iieys to inform Visitors to St,, David's that he runs a conveyance to Letterston, to meet the Trains of the Great Western Railway, every Monday. Thursday & Saturday, during July, August'and September, leaving- St. David's at6 30 a.m., returning on the arrival of the 3.30p.m. train Posting undertaken at moderate charges 258S A Free Furnished House for Some- body! Perhaps for you! Full particulars may be obtained from the man with the Books on Pandy Square, Tonypandy, Saturday, September 2nd, and Monday, September 4th, 1905, 4 till 11 p,m., PRICE ONE PENNY. Every purchaser will receive a FREE COPY of his, or her best frierd's Portrait, the most authentic portrait procurable. £ 1000 (One Thousand Pounds) will be paid to the person who can obtain a better. If unable to be on the Square, send ld. in stamps to STROUD TUliB, SUNSHINE CLUB, 15, TYLACELYN ltl),, PENYGRAIG, and full particulars will be sent by return of post. Don't believe this, but come, or send, and see 2009 Public Notices. -1 Pontypr-idd Union. LLWYiNI YPIA WORKHOUSE. THE GUARDIANS invite Tenders for the jL supply of Provisions and other Articles for their Workhouse at Llvvynypia for the half-year ending March, 1906. Forms of Ten- der can be obtained at my Office at the Work- house, Pontypridd. Samples of Goods must accompany the Tenders. Sealed Tenders to be received by the Master of the Workhouse, Llwynypia, not later than Monday, the 4th day of September, 1905. WILLIAM SPICKETT, Clerk. l'onbypridd, 23rd August, 1905. 2606 Too Late for Classification. -+'- WINNING Numbers of Benjamin v v Edwards' Prize Drawing.-—662, 645, 2273, 3326, 1944, 1239, 685, 1344, 3328, 2377, 4861, 4729, 1274, 76, 1286, 1290, 1220, 1455, 40, 1651.—John J. Jones, Secretary.

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