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Trade Addresses. JOHN AND CHARLES SANKEY, TEA DEALERS, pAMILY GROCERS AND PROVISION MERCHANTS, TVl^'KiWl^N PLACE, 1) U -N. I THE OLDEST ESTABLISHED GROCERS IN BRIDGEND. ESTABLISHED lSGG. AGENTS FOR —————— W. & A. GILBEY'S WINES AND SPIRITS. BASS AND ALLSOPP'S BURTON ALES. J)EVENISH AND CO'S \fEYMOlrTH ALES. AND t. I h GUINNESS DOUBLE STOUT (in Cask and Bottles). gCHWEPPS AND gUMMEKS MINERAL RATERS. STOWERS' LIME JUICE, Is. 3d. PER BOTTLE. THE DRINK FOR HOT WEATHER. NO MUSTY FLAVOUR. J. & C. S. guarantee all Goods sent from their Establishment to be of the very Best Quality obtainable, and at the Lowest Possible Prices, and Customers may rely upon all Orders (per first post) being Executed same day as received. Any Article required and not in stock, can be procured at the earliest possible moment. 5203 PIANOS, ORGANS, HARMONIUMS, On the New Hire System .')' FROM 4/- MONTHLY. V) "FY Mr A Good Selection of all kinds of Instruments always in Stock. W. MILLARD, MUSIC WAREHOUSE, 8, WYNDHAM-STREET, BIRIIDOIBIST 3D. SPECIAL SHOW OF SUMMER FASHIONS. I' ————————- 7*;— s\ B. EVANS AND COMPANY. Have much pleasure in stating that they are now showing a very beautiful selection of New and Choice Goods for the Summer Season, including the Latest Fashions and Novelties in Costumes, Mantles, Capes, Jackets, Blouses, Millinery, Ladies' and Children's Outfitting, Laces and made-up Lace Goods, Ribbons, Gloves, Hosiery, Sunshades, Silks, Velvets, English and Foreign Dress Materials, Tennis Flannels, Washing Dress Fabrics, &c. Never have B.E & Co. held a Larger or more Representative Collection of fashionable Goods than at the present time. Purchasers may therefore have the full assurance that they can procure Garments and Materials of the Very Latest Style, and at a Moderate Cost. Wop. Kpoow-. -Those in charge of the Dressmaking, Mantle Making and Millinery Workrooms have had a training equal to the most skilful employees in Firms of the highest rank in London and Paris, B.E. & Co. are thus enabled to carry out all orders in the most approved manner. The Carpet, Furniture, Furnishing Drapery and Household Linen Departments are all splendidly stocked with Goods of the choicest and most reliable kind, whilst Customers may rely upon getting in these, as well as all other Departments, the best possible value, with ready and careful attention to all commands. TEMPLE STREET. SWANSEA. SBASOIT 1804. "EAGLE" CORN, SEED, AND IMPLEMENT STORES, C O ~W BRIDGE. EDWARD JOHU, HAS NOW IN STOCK, ALL KINDS OF SEASON IMPLEMENTS, Including MOWERS by the following Makers Messrs. Hornsby & Sons, Granthan, Harrison McGregor, W. A. Woods, McCormicks, and Samuelson & Co. HAYMAKERS and HORSE RAKES by the Leading Makers, And a Large Assortment of WEARING PARTS. E. J. wishes, for the purpose of avoiding delay, that his Customers would, when ordering Parts, bring the Number of the Parts required, and the date of the Machine, to ensure correctness. Ø" E. J. also begs to inform his CUSTOMERS that he intends EXHIBITING a COLLECTION of AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS at the GLAMORGANSHIRE AGRICULTURAL SHOW to be held at NEATH, July 25th and 26th. 296 FURNITURE! FURNITURE FURNITURE Make your Homes Comfortable by going to P. JTREEDMAN & CO., 34, HIGH STREET, SWANSEA, Where you can get Every Kind of FURNITURE either for CASH, or on their EASY PURCHASE SYSTEM. tI'. TEK.M<:— £3 0 0 worth Is. 6d. weekly. £ 5 0 0 „ 2 0 £ 10 0 0 „ 3 6 £ 15 0 0 „ 4 0 £ 20 0 0 6 0 £ 50 0 0 „ 10 0 IMMENSE STOCK TO SELECT FROM. Inspection Invited. All GOODS Delivered Free. P. FREEDMAN & CO., 34, HIGH STREET, SWANSEA, AND AT NEWPORT, MON. 291 Farmers, Gardeners, and Others. NOW is your time to apply to your Land the -L'< proper quantity if AGRICULTURAL SALT, If you wish to secure good results from your Seed Sowing'. Its use cannot be too stronglyrecommended. z, Any quantity at- \LLINGTOX.S SALT STORES. BRIDGEND. I CARDIFF FUR STORES (Late of the Hayes). Manufacturing Furriers, Skin Dressers and Dyers, Sealskin Jacket and Mantle Manufacturers, Re-modelling of Seal Jackets, Fur Mantles, and all kinds of Furs a SPECIALITY. ——— Furs of all kinds freed from moth, repaired, altered, and lined. I SHOW & FITTING ROOMS ( 1 st and 2nd floors), 23 HIGH STREET, CARDIFF. H R. HARRISON, MANAGER Established in Cardiff 18$8. I I J ( ) I? T IIG A ~W L JJ A N D LAUNDRY. THE PROPRIETORS of the above New and -L Well-fitted LAUNDRY, with Two Acres o DRYING GROUND, by the Sea, respectfully solicit LAUNDRY WORK from BRIDGEND. Their VAN will COLLECT and RETURN every WEDNESDAY. SATISFACTION GUARANTEED. Terms on Application, Special Terms for Families. 207 fttblir Utrrtas. QGMORE AND GARW LOCAL BOARD. SUMMARY OF RECEIPTS AND EXPENDITURE FOR THE YEAR ENDING 25TH MARCH, 1894. GENERAL DISTRICT RATE EXPENDITURE ACCOUNT. DR. £ s. d. SewerageWorks. 196 0 8 Street Improvements. 1125 19 1 Highway Repairs 2523 14 11 Lighting Expenses. 7C111 6 Scavenging Expenses 406 17 6 Water Supply 4 1 6 Compensation 7 10 2 Election Expenses. 45 11 0 Legal Expenses. 127 0 3 Salaries Account 625 0 0 Establishment Account. 194 8 7 Instalments of Principal 290 0 0 Interest on Balances 242 14 1 Balance 4094 9 2 £ 10,584 18 5 CR. £ s. d. Balance brought forward from 25th March, 1893 3678 18 1U Treasurer, Amount paid under Auditor's Certificate 6 16 7 Treasurer, per J. Blandy Jenkins, Esq., contribution towards Road Im- provements 300 0 0 Treasurer, per R. Thomas, Manure Sold 0 12 0 Treasurer, per County Council, contri- bution towards Roads 85 5 3 Collector, R. Thomas, Fractions trans- ferred 0 0 1 Collector, R. Thomas 1634 7 9A 1615 3 71 Collector, H. John 677 4 85 667 3 04 Collector, Morgan Williams 910 12 81 4 100S 13 7I General District Rate at 2s. 6d. for the 4 General District Rate at 2s. 6d. for the year 6513 5 64 £ 10,584 18 5 BALANCE SHEET. £ s. d. Permanent Works Loan Account 13121 10 0 £ s. d. Treasurers General Account 1755 2 3 „ Loan Account. 1571 0 2 2134 7 3 Surveyor's Account 7 11 5g Henry John, Collector 0 0 6 Capital Account, Ogmore. 1637 2 6 C pital Account, Garw. 109 8 8 Cg-uore Ward Account 21 12 Bl Garw Ward Account 74 5 5 Private Improvements 1784 2 7 —————— 9094 13 51 • <T ■*» Jl JE:22,216 3 5i 4 I £ 8. d. £ s. d. Royal Exchange Assurance Corporation :— Loan No. 1 275 0 0 Loan No. 2 480 0 0 Loan No. 3 700 0 0 1455 0 0 Public Works Loan Board :— Loan No. 4 4987 10 0 Liverpool ictoria Legal Friendly Society:— Loan No. 5 4000 0 0 Loan No. 6 2679 0 0 6679 0 0 13121 10 0 Treasurer's Loan Account. 1637 2 6 109 8 8 M. Williams, Collector 9 13 443 Capital Account, Public) 1571 Q 2 Roads. f Capital Account, Private) 1671 g 1 Streets J Income Tax Account 1 10 6 District Fund Account 4094 9 2 9094 13 52 4 t'22,216 3 5| 4 I have examined the several Accounts, of which the above is the Balance Sheet, and compared the several entries of Payments, for which the Treasurer takes credit, with the Vouchers, and I hereby certify that the entries appear to be correct and legal, and that subject to the explanations entered at pages 63, 64, 65 and 66 of th3 Ledger, the Balances of the Treasurer's Accounts therein, namely, General Account, Seventeen Hundred and Fifty-five Pouuds, Two Shillings and Three Pence the Loan Account (Public Improvements), Fifteen Hundred and Sevenfry-one Pounds and Twopence and the Loan Account (Private Street Improvements), Two Thousand, One Hundred and Thirty-four Pounds, Seven Shillings, and Threepence respectively in his hands the Loan Account (Ogmore Sewerage), One Thousand, Six Hundred and Thirty-seven Pounds, Two Shillings and Sixpence and the Loan Account (Garw Sewerage), One Hundred and Nine Pounds, Eight Shillings and Eightpence respectively due to him agree with the Balances which by his own Books appear to be due from or to him as above mentioned. And I find from the information laid before me that the amount of the Outstanding Liabilities (Loans) of the Board at that date was £13,121 10s. Od. Dated this 7th day of June, 1894. GEO. H. BRETT, DISTRICT AUDITOR. 323 S. H. STOCKWOOD, CLERK. BRIDGEND LOCAL BOARD. .( W SUMMARY OF ACCOUNTS FOR YEAH ENDING 25th MARCH, 1891. DISTRICT FUND ACCOUNT. £ s. d. 1893. March 25th—To Balance brought for- ward 6 0 6 1894. March 25th— ro Sewerage Works 388 13 0 I Street Improvements 157 6 9 Highways, Main. 496 18 2 Highways, Other 808 15 10 I Scavenging. 311 3 9 Water 14 11 0 Public Lighting. 358 7 0 Cemetery 3 15 10 Fire Brigade 37 10 7 Public Offices 33 0 9 Sanitary 41 1 6 Sanitary 41 1 6 Private Works 81 13 10 Election Expenses 1 1 4 "Legal Expenses .107 19 1 Salaries. 366 6 7 Establishment Expenses 204 2 6 Instalments of Principal 51 7 11 I&tereston Balances.. 42 18 1 £ 3,512 14 0 £ s. d. 1891. March 25th- By General District Rate on £ 14,376 5s. at 2s 1363 16 2 General District Rate on £16,54058.. at Is. 6d 1190 16 8 By County Council- Medical Officer 16 5 0 Inspector 30 19 2 Roads. 365 2 8 Ditto 13 16 2 Ditto 66 0 0 Private Works 138 19 8 Weighbridge Tolls 103 4 2 Sale of Manure, &c. 59 4 11 Private Improvements Accounts Transfers- Oddfellows' Row 9 4 8 St. Mary Street 0 1 9 South Street 18 11 4 Balance 13611 8 .*» I • r j. j.. u.» si r • I [_ £ 3.512 14 0 BALANCE SHEET. £ s. d. i 1894. March 25th— To Permanent Works Loan Account.. 4510 17 8 Treasurer's Loans Account 1565 11 7 Odfellows Row Road 5 11 7 St. Mary Street. 52 5 7 South Street 136 16 4 Income Tax Account 0 10 9 District Fund Account 136 11 8 JE6408 5 2 I £ s. d. 1894. March 25th— By Royal Exchange Assurance— Corporation—Loan No. 6 30 15 0 Ditto Loan No. 7 334 5 9 Ditto Loan No. 8 388 12 6 Pitto Loan No. 9 357 Q I Prudential Assurance Company- Loan No. 10 3500 0 0 Cemetery Capital Account 1565 11 7 Treasurer's General Account 331 15 11 £6-108 5 2 I have examined the several Accounts of which the foregoing is the Balance Sheet, and I have compared the several accounts credited to the Treasurer with the vouchers. And I hereby certify and report that the entries appear to be correct and legal, and that the balances of the Treasurer's Accounts viz. Three Hundred and Thirty-one Pounds, Fifteen Shillings and Elevenpence (subject to the explanation at Folio 30 thereof) and One Thousand Five Hundred and Sixty-five Pounds, Eleven Shillings, and Seven Pence, agree with the balances which by his ewn book, appear to have been due to and against him at the time of closing such accounts. Dated this 6th day of June, 1894. (Signed) GEO. H. BRETT, DISTRICT AUDITOR. 31i T. J. HUGHES, CLERK. Local Time Table. WEEK DAYS. I SUNDAYS. DOWN Exp Exp Exp Exp Mailt \Mail A.M. A.M. A.M. A.M. A.M. A.M. A.M. A.M. P.M. P.M. P.M. P.M. P.M. A.M. AM IPM PADDIHGTON ..dep 5 30 9 0 1017 1045 1145 1 15 3 15 5 45 9 15 1040 '9 15 SWINLON 7 55! 11 5 1235 1222 1 22 2 52 4 55 7 30 1127 140 1127 A-M- AM GLOUCESTER,, 5 15> 7 55 9 28 1216 1 53 3 30 8 47 1247 3 20 1947 BRISTOL ;6 5 8 5 9 45 1155 1 15 jl 15!3 10 4 25 5 25 2 0 NEWPORT [6 31 (7 12 9 37 11 0,1 6 3 15,2 17)4 30 5 25 6 42 9 52 2 69 05 14 2 f» CAEDIFF J6 52 7 37:1013 112511 35 3 39 2 37 5 5 6 10 7 3 7 15 1015 2 29 9 23!5 45 2 29 LLANTEISSANT 8 711032 1155I2 4 5 35 6 39 7 44 9 52 6 19: BBIDGEND.. '\1 24 8 32 1052 121612 25 4 11] R 5 55 7 0 7 34 8 7 1047 3 2 1012 6 44^ 2! PYLE 8 49! 11 9 1233i2 41 4 29! 6 9 7 17 8 25 1030 7 0! POETHCAWL .arr.; 9 20 1130 1 20; 3 0 4 55J 6 25 7 35 8 35 j 1040 POET TALBOT dep;7 48:9 1 1120 1244 2 52 4 421 R 16 21 7 28 7 57 11 8!3 26 7 11 H 26 NEATH !8 3 9 18 1135 1259 3 6 4 54J3 3216 33 7 44 8 8 111913 40 7 09'S 40 LANDORE „ ;8 21:9 43 1152 1 24 3 30 5 14:3 51 7 3 8 8 8 53! 1136j4 1 7 58 4 1 SWANSEA arr. 8 30I9 55 12 0 1 35 3 40 5 23]4 0 7 5 8 15 8 30 11454 10 8 10 4 10 LLANELLY.dep j8 46j 1024 1222 1 54 5 45;4 14 7 34 9 25 1158U 26 8 31 4 2FI CAEMAETHEN JN. J9 19111 9 1 4 2 38 6 3314 44 10 6| 1227 5 1 9 13 5 1 4 10 A.M. NEwMiLFOEDarr.! 1055 1245; 8 15 6 5 1 30;6 40 1045 G 40 WEEK DAYS. I SUNDAYS UP. 1 ExP\ ExP \Exp\Exp\ Mail j~r TMalf A.M. A.M. A.M. A.M.: A.M. A.M. P.M. P.M P.M. P.M. P.M. P.M.; A.M. V M IPM NEW MILFOED dep J6 45;8 30' 11030! |L 5: 5 0 10 0 •">' 0 CAEMAETDEN JN. J7 15:8 25J9 58; 1217 1 29:2 45J4 45 6 33 1135 31 LLANELLY 7 5719 13; 1037; jl 2;2 12J3 3115 28 7 6 '1217 7 9 SWANSEA „ 6 45 8 30.19 40J 105511 45!L 30,2 45 3 55J5 50 7 25 IS 251! 1240! 7 20 LANDOEE „ 6 51;8 36 9 49 11 5I 1 511 42!2 51 4 9 6 1 7 37 '8 30 1250 7 v> NEATH 7 23 8 51:1011 1121 2 13J1 57 3 6 4 28 6 15 7 54 8 51! 11 13 7-51 POET TALBOT 7 40 9 3,1028 1135| 2 30! G 3 18 4 45 6 32 8 7 9 6JJL 29 8 4 POETHCAWL 7 35 8 55J 1022! \2 20J 4 30 6 25 8 50 7 20 PYLE 7 54 9 16| 1042i 2 44J 4 58 6 45 9 5 9 20I 1 42 7 36 BRIDGEND „ 8 6 9 29 1055 1155 2 57I G 3 39 5 11 6 57 8 27 9 17:9 32 1 55 7 47 G 27 LLANTEISSANT „ 8 31 111191 3 21 5 36 9 54 9 56^2 21 8 10 CAEDIFF „ 9 2 10 3' 1148! 1245 3 53J2 57 4 15 6 10 7 55 9 5 1012 1020JJ3 0 8 38 9 5 STOP NEWPOET 9 27J 1023:1229 1 10;5 6 3 18 4 34 6 30 8 18 9 24 LF3 28 9 0 9 24 BEISTOL arr. 104811215:1 30 3 0; 6 13 4 24 7 48 9 35 1045 5 45 GLOUCESTEE dep 114211 ]4-2; 2 35. 0 45 8 5 11055 \5 30 K>55 ||L A.M. A IF SWINDON „ 1 0;1 0J 3 3 3 56! 5 30 6 58 9 35 11215 :7 LF>J 1915 PADDINGTON 2 3512 35(4 30 5 35: 7 OJS 25 1140 |2 0 1025' O" N I I I 1 !M FEWTMRTFFMS) 31I., & CD S-TUOU.'HIOIDT. BRANCH TRAINS leave 8.45 a.m., 12.33 p.m., 2.45 p.m., 4.53 p.m., 7.20 p.m. (9.25 p m on Saturdays only). No Branch Trains on Sundays. 1 oov Notices. Under Distinguished Patronage. LLANTWIT MAJOR. A GRAND E I S TE D D FO I) Will be held in a Spacious Marquee, at the above place, ON BANK HOLIDAY, AUGUST 6th, 1894. PRESIDENT :—A. J. WILLIAMS, ESQ., M.P. CONDUCTOR —M. MORGAN, ESQ., Pontypridd. ADJUDICATORS: Singinq—EOS MORGANWG, Aberdare, and MR. W. LLEWELLYN, Deri. Poetry, Literature, ^C.—REV. BEN DA VIES, Ystalyfera. Fancy Worh, q-C.-MRS. THOMAS, Boverton-Court, and MISS THOMAS, Plymouth House. PRINCIPAL COMPETITIONS: To the Choir, not less than 40 in number, that will best sing, Then Round About The Starry Throne (Handel)-lst, £ 10 2nd, F,2 10s. To the Male Voice Party, not less than 20 in number, that will best sing, "The Little Church" (Becker)—Prize, .£5. Good Prizes will be given for Solos, Duets, &c. Essays, Poems, Recitations, Fancy Work, &c. PROGRAMMES to be had from the Secretary, Id. each, J. B. LLEWELYN, Boverton, Cowbridge. REFRESHMENTS will be provided in a large Tent on the Field. Ø" GRAND CONCERT in the Evening, when a number of eminent Artistes will sing. 145 CASTELL Y COITY. CYNELIE EISTEDDFOD FAWEEUDOG, YN Y LLE UCIIOD, DYDD Llun (Gwyl Mabon), Medi 3ydd, 1894 BEIRNIAD Y CANU MR. D. W. LEWIS, BRYNAMAN. BEIRNIAD Y FARDDONIAETII, &C. Y PARCH. J. GWRHYD LEWIS, Tonyrefail. PRIF DDARN: I'r Cor, ddim dan 60 mewn nifer, a gano yn s. d. oreu, "Y r Afonig." (D.Thomas, Bridgend). Gwobr 12 0 0 A Chadair hardd i'r Arweinydd. AIL DDARN: I'r Parti o Feibion, dim dan 35 tMewn nifer, a gano yn oreu, vV.vr Phillistia" (Valliant Wa rriors). (D. Jenkins, Aberystwyth). Gwobr 8 0 0 Bydd y PROGRAMMES yn barod yn fuan, ac i'w cael oddiwrth yr Ysgrifenyddion am y pris arferol. WILLIAM DAVID, Spencer Road Coity, EVAN THOMAS, Post Office, Coity, 180 YSGRIFENYDDIOK. Eisteddfod Gadeiriol Abertawe. CYNHELIR YR EISTEDDFOD UCBOD, YN YR ALBERT HAI.X., Dydd Llun (Mabon) Medi 3ydd, 1894. BEIRNIAID Y GANIADAETH-MR. T. RICHARDS (ApGlyndwr) Pontycymmer, a MR. J. SINGLETON, G. & L., Taibach. BARDDONIAETH, &C.—Y PARCH. E. REES (Dyfed). ARWEINYDD Y DYDD ABRAHAM H. THOMAS, Ysw., J.P. (Crymlun). PRIF DDARNAU: I'r Cor, heb fod dan 70 mewn rhif, a gano oreu, Bendigedig fyddo Arglwydd Dduw Israel (John Thomas, Llanwrtyd). Gwobr, £ 20, a £ 1 i'r Arwein- ydd buddugol, a 10/6 i bob Arweinydd anfuddugol. I'r Parti o Feibion, ddim dan 30 mewn nifer, a gano yn oreu, Wyr Philistia" (Valiant Warriors) elal, (D. Jenkins)yn Gymraegneu yn Saesonaeg. Gwobr, £10. I'r Fife and Drnrn Band a chwareuo yn oreu, "Merch Megan," Difyrwch Syr Watkin," a Nos Galan" (B. Parry, Abertawe). Gwobr JS5, a Metromone hardd i'r Arweinydd. jtST Am y gweddill o'r Testynau gwel y Programme, Izd. trwy y Post. EVAN THOMAS, Birchgrove, JOHN H. THOMAS, Llansamlet, 265 Y S0RIFENYDDI6N" PENCOED, COYCHURCH, I AND DISTRICT HORTICULTURAL SOCIETY. THIS YEAR'S SHOW (Under Distinguished Pa.cronage), will be held AT PENCOED, On Monday, August the 6th, 1894 (BANK HOLIDAY). Horticultural and Industrial Sections — Prizes large and numerous. BRASS BAND CONTESTS: 1st Competition (open).—Test: "Gems of Cambria." Prize, £10. 2nd Competition (open to Bands which have not taken a prize of £ 10 or upwards).—Test: The Pride of Wales." Prize, JE5. DRUM AND FIFE CONTEST: Tests: "Harlech" and "Caerphilly March," First Prize £ 3 Second Prize £ 2 nr For SCHEDULE of PRIZES apply to the Secretary, J. EDWARDS-EVANS, 247 PENCOED BOARD SCHOOL, BRIDEN D. FLOWER SHOW. UNDER THE AUSPICES OF THE MAESTEG CHAMBER OF TRADE. EXHIBITION OF FLOWERS, FRUIT, AND VEGETABLES, PICTURES, CAGE BIRDS, &c., WILL BE HELD AT THE rpoWN HALL, M AESTEG, On Wednesday, August 15th, 1894. SCHEDULE of PRIZES and Particulars may be had of the Hon. Sees.—price Id. PAUL H. WATKINS, 1 HON. RHYS D. MORGAN, J SECRETARIES. 156 "W A X T E D, FRESH FLOWERS, FRUIT & VEGETABLES DAILY. APPLY :-T. THOMAS, Fruiterer and Greengrocer, 136 7, Queen Street, BRIDGEND. I I dimrataal BRIDGEND. gJRIDGKEMD GRAMMAR SCHOOL HEADlUASTER-Mr. JOHN RANKIN, B.A. London, 1st Division. Thorough Education, Preptration for the various Public Examinations. Cultivation of gentlemanlike habits and manners. Parents who desire the advantages offered Dy this School are requested to communicate with tht: Head-Master, Grammar School, Bridgend. Next Term commences Monday, May 1st, 1894. IVY HOUSE SCHOOL, NEWCASTLE A HILL. Established 1835. Conducted by Miss LEACH and Miss COMBED. Sound Elementary Educ nion. Studies — English, Music, Drawing, French, Calisthenics. A Separate Room and Class for Younger Children. The School will Re-open D.V., MONDAY, JAN 15th,1894. 1022 Bridgend College School (NOLTON STREET). RE-OPENS WEDNESDAY, MAY 2ND, 1894. Preparation for Examinations. J. P. JONES. PORTHCAWL. DORTHCAWL HIGH SCHOOL FOR GIRLS (ESPLANADE.) (In union with the London College of Music) Principals The Misses JONES Head English Governess Miss Wrentord,sen.Cam. Second" Miss Johns, 1st Div. Col. Pre. Pianoforte, Violin, & Singing, Miss Welch, R.A.M, and Mr Seaton. Drawing and Painting, Mr J. T. Phillips. French and Physical Training, Monsieur Robiette. Good home school for boarders. Thorougk education. Preparation for exams. High-class references. Private lessons given in all accomplishments. Summer Term, May 1st, 1894. Jy/JOORLANDS, pOKTHCAWL. HIGH-CLASS BOARDING SCHOOL FOR GIRLS. Principals- THE MISSES GARSED, (Certificated, Oxford and Cambridge.) Assisted by Madamoiselle KARPRINSKA, resident French and Music Mistress. Masters for all accomplishments (if desired). PRIVATE LESSONS GIVEN IN MUSIC PAINTING, AND LEATHER WORK. Superior Adra. itages for delicate or backward Children. Summer Term commences May 8th. pORTHCAWL COLLEGE. PRINCIPAL—Rev. E. J. NEWELL, M.A. Late exhibitioner of Worcester College, Oxford, Author 01 History of the Ancient British Church, &c. Assisted by E. W. HURST, Esq., B.A., London, and others. A First-class Boarding School for Boys of a I? Superior Clasrf. Large House facing the sea. Healthiest position in Wales for a School. Climate bracing in Summer and mild in Winter. Term begins May 1st. SWANSEA. ACADEMY OF MUSIC, WALTER-ROAD, A SWANSEA. MISS MINNIE FRICKER (Licentiate, Roval Academy of Music Member, Incorporated Society of Musicians) Gives Lessons on the Piano, Violin,Harp, and in Singing. Miss Fricker still visits Neath and Briton Ferry once a week. NEATH. RUGBY GIRLS' SCHOOL, NEATH. Superior School for limited number of boarders. Professional teachers for all subjects. Locality- healthy. Highly recommended by parents of pupils. Articled Pupil wanted. Private les3ons giS'en in Le^therwork, Pokerwork, and other new works of art, School will Re-open May 8th, 1894. PRINCIPALS-THE MISSES WILLIAMS. MRS GWYN-LEWIS recommends Isytwyn, Neath Abbey, as being a School for good music,' thorough English, painting, drawing, and languages. COWBRIDGE. THE GREAT HOUSE SCHOOL FOR GIRLS. PRINCIPALS MRS AND THE MISSES CULVERWELL. STUDENTS are successfully prepared for Oxford, Cambridge, College of Preceptors, Royal Academy of Music, and Trinity College Local Examinations. Private Lessons in Painting (Oils, Water Colours, Terra Cotta, &c), Drawing (Model and Freehand) Pianoforte, Violin, Singing, Harmony, Counter point, and Theory of Music. Special attention is given to the comfort, refine ment, and Physical well-being of Pupils exceptional advantages for Art Subjects. Terms moderate. Fees from entrance. Prospectus of School and Examination Successes on application to the Principals. References-Parents of present and ex-Pupils. The School will re-open May 9th, 1894. 3710 PLAS HEN SCHOOL FOR GIRLS, COWBRIDGE. PRINCIPALS :—Miss PAYNE, Cert. Camb. Higher Local, and Miss L. PAYNE. Pupils successfully prepared for Cambridge College of Preceptors, Trinity College, and London College of Music Local Examinations. Prospectus and List of past successes on applica- tion. Next Term commences May 7th, 1894. 106 1'r' Igttsir. \JISS R. K. EVANS gives INSTRUCTIONS IVI on the PIANOFORTE. Pupils Prepared for the R.A.M E xamin ation-Ne w castle Hill,Bridgend.[1110 M" RT IOAN WILLIAMS A.L.C.M., gives LESSONS on the PIANOFORTE, 6lo Pupils prepared for the R.A.M. Examinations in Harmony, Counterpoint. &c., privately or by post.- For Terms, apply High-street, Abergwynfi. 13 ——apasHB WRITE at once for our Book on Cataract, its formation and effect, a complete history of a most wonderful discovery and a marvellous cure, should be read by all who suffer with the Eyes. Post free 3 penny stamps. Cataract Solvent, for preventing from Cataract and Blindnessdissolving the Capsules on the Eyes, without operation, post free 3s. The Wolsey Company's Botanic and Mag- netic Establishment,273, Strand,London 'W.C. [5164 Notices. BRIDGEND LOCAL BOARD. The Contagious Diseases (Animals) Acts, 1878 & 1886. and The Dairies, Cow-Sheds, and Milk-Shops Order of 1885 & 1886. TO COWKEEPERS, DAIRYMEN. PURVEYORS OF MILK AND OTHERS. WHEREAS, by virtue of the Contagious VT Diseases (Animal) Act, 1886, s. 9 SANITARY AUTHORITY for the UP SANITARY DISTRICT of BRIDGEND, arc me LOCAL AUTHORITY with whom all Persons carrying on the Trade of Cowkeepers, Dairymen, or Purveyors of Milk within such District are re- quired by the Dairies, Cow-Sheds, and Milk-Shops Order of 1885 to be registered AND the said Authority keep a register of Persons from time to time carrying on in their district any of the above- mentioned trades:— THIS IS TO GIVE YOU NOTICE, that Article 6 of the said Order, provides amongst other things that, it shall not be lawful for anv person to carry on in the District of any Local Authority the Trade of Cowkeeper, Dairyman, or Purveyor of Milk unless is registered as such therein in accordance with this Article; AND THAT under the provisions of an Order of the Local Government Board, dated the 1st November, 1886, any person who without lawful authority or excuse, proof whereof shall lie on him, does anything in contravention to the Order of Council above-ment;oned, or of a Regulation of a Local Authority, shall for every such offence be liable to a PENALTY OF FIVE POUNDS. AND TAKE FURTHER NOTICE, that ap- plications for registration under the above-mentioned Order are to be made in writing, signed by the applicant, and addressed to the Local Authority, and are to be delivered or sent to them at their Offices, situate in ADARE STREET, BRIDGEND, where Printed Forms may be obtained for the purpose of making such applications. T. J. HUGHES, Clerk to above-mentioned Authority. June 7th, 1894. 262 THE BRIDGEND < SEVENTH ANNUAL EISTEDDFOD L'EOMISES TO BE The Most Successful of the Year. THE NUMBER OF ENTRIES IS UNPRECE- DENTLY LARGE. Musical Adjudicators: J.C.Venables, Esq., London; J. A. Birch, Esq., London; and Dan Davies, Esq., Merthyr. Recitation Adjudicators: Rev. J. Gwilym Jones, Mr Tom John, and Mr W. G. Richards. Brass Band Adjudicators Bandmaster Connolly, Brecon and Mr J. Smith, Taunton. Conductor, Tom John, Esq., Llwynpia; Accompanist, J. E. Deacon, Esq., Cardiff Preliminary, W. T. Davies, Esq., Bridgend. The Preliminary Contests will commence at 9.30 a.m. sharp. For Excursion Trains (See Railway Bills). ADmissio-q Reserved Seats (numbered) 3s.. Second, 2s.; Field, Is. Plan of reserved seats may be seen at Messrs Thompson and Shackell's, Bridgend. J. G. JENKINS, Hon. Sc:„ The Board Schools. CYMMER, GLYNCORRWG. -0- A GRAND EISTEDDFOD in/l be held at the above place ON MONDAY, SEPT. 3RD, 1854. -0- Chairman E. Plummer, Esq. Glyncorrwg Con. ductor: Mr T. Munroe, Corrwg Valley Collieries; Treasurers Messrs. J. Morgan and W.H. Plummer; Adjudicator of Music Mr Tom Price, Merthyr; Adjudicator of Poetry, Literature, &c.: Rev. J. Ceulanydd Williams, Maesteg. Accompanist: Miss Minnie Morgans, Sen. Cert., R.A.M., Maesteg. -0- To the Choir not less than 70 in number that will best render Worthy is the Lamb (Handel), prize XIS, and a Grand Chair to the Conductor; 10/6 will be given to every unsuccessful Conductor. z' To the MaleVoiceParty not less than 3;") in number that will best render Wyr Philistia" (D. Jenkins), prize £5. To the Drum and Fife Band that will best render Gospel Messenger (Wright and Round), first prize, JE5 second prize, zL2 4 I For the best Elegy to the late Mr David Evans, contractor, Cymmer, prize £3 3s. Particulars may be had of the Rev E. Davies, Cymmer, R.S.O. For the best English Essay on a Colliery Ex- plosion," prize Xi Is. For the best Welsh«Essay on Patriotism (Gwlad- garwch). prize £ 1 Is. Programmes containing all. particulars wiil be ready June 11th, and may be had for the usual price of the Secretary, 314 MR JAMES HARDING, Cymmer, R.S.O. 6 S, IV,, VISITORS TO MARCROSS AND NEIGHBOURHOOD Can be Supplied with REFRESHMENTS at tlio SHORTEST NOTICE by J. DAVID, THE SHOP. HORSE AND TRAP FOR HIRE. T. PARKINSON, Accountant, Estate Agent, and Mortgage Broker, ZD ZD 2 6, PARK STREET, BRIDGEND. Ronts and Debts Collected at usual commission. Mortgages negotiated,and all kindsof Insurance effected. Tradesmen's Accounts made up periodically. NOTE TO BITILDERS.—T. P. has now to let several valuable Building Sites at Bridgend and elsewhere with special advantages to Builders. Particulars given on application. Notice of Removal. J. C. IIITT & SON Beg to Announce to their numerous Customers that they have REMOVED FROM 9, ADARE-STREET TO LARGER PREMISES, 23, QUEEN-STREET, (Opposite the Market,) I Where they hope to receive a continuance of your esteemed Orders, which shall receive their very best attention. J. C. HITT & SON, PLUMBERS, QUEEN-STREET, BRIDGEND. i S 284 SUN INSURANCE OFFICE (FIRE) FOUNDED 1710. Sum insured in 1893 £395,854,440 For all particulars apply to the following Agents Bridgend: Mr. WM. GLADDISlI. Neath: Mr. JOHN E. RICHARDS. — NOTICE TO CYCLISTS-Come and read for yourselves your RIGHTS AND PRIVILEGES and study the riding regulations, and therefore be under no doubt as to what are the PENALTIES. Full information to be had in our windows.—Brown and Williams, official repairer to the Cycle Tourist Club, Wyndham-street, Blidgend. -Advt.