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PUBLIC AMUSEMENTS CARDIFF. THEATRE. ROYAL, CARDIFF. Lessee and Manager ROBERT REDFORD. TO-NIGHT, at 7.30, The New Farcical Comedy, MR. HOPKINSON, By R. C. CARTON. Preceded by THE IMPOSSIBLE TRIO. Next Week (Eaeter Monday at 2 and 7.30), THE CHRISTIAN. Box Office at Theatre 10 to 5. Nat Tel., 362. a6334 K ING'S THEATRE, CARDIFF. Sole Lessee and Manager FRANK BATEMAN. TO-NIGHT, at 7.30, THE EXECUTIONER7 s D AUGHTEP, Next Week: A WOMAN'S LOVE. Easier Monday—Matinee at Two o'clock. Booking Office open 11 to 2. Nat. Tel., No. 01393. a1624 'Tis not in mortaJs to command success, but we'll do more-deserve it."—Addison. T H E C A R D I F F E M P I R E QUEEN-STREET. Managing Director .08W liD STOLL. TO-NIGHT! (Good Friday excepted.) FRED KARNO'S LATEST AND GREATEST CREATION, 0 S E S & <g ° N Written and Arranged by Fred Karno, Fred Kitchen, and Harold Gatty. Music Composed and Arranged by Dudley Powell. The Company includes Fred Kitchen, and, with this sole exception, this Colossal Attrac tion will be Presented by a Stupendous Oast, composed entirely of acknowledged Hebrew ArtistEs I-including Miss Leah Morris (late Principal Fkxrodora Company), Miss Janet Beeve (sister of Ada Reeve), Miss Kate Forst-er (from the Savoy Theatre), Miss Rose Abra- hams (from the Gaiety Theatre). Mr. Herbert I/andeck, and Mr. Anthony Gordon. For the correct representation of this Novel and Original Production, the entire plant of Scenery, Properties, Costumes, Electrical i.ffecte, Ac., have been specially painted, designed, and manufactured at Karno's Theatrical Factory, Camberwell. under, the immediate direction and pereonal supervision Cf Mr. Fred I?rno The Typewriters ueed m "MOBeS & Son" a?e Royal Barlock Visible Writing Machines. Perkins (caretaker at "Moses A Son"), Mr. FRED KITCHEN. Scene 1. Bank of "Moses & Son," Lomoord- tIItrt, City. Scene 2. The Stock Exchange. Thrntreet, Scene 3. The "Moses Mansion, Park-lane; the Ball-room. "The Policeman and the Baby." REZENE & ROBINI. THE GRAND NATIONAL Re-produced on the American Bioscope. HARRY CONLIN, Comedian. The Renowned Juggler, WALTER BELLONINI. ERNEST HEATHCOTE, Comedian. ROSIE COLEMAN, Sand Dancer. ANDOS, Happy Little Japa. Bicycles Stored Free of Charge. Two Performances Nightly. Early One between Seven o'clock and Nine; Late One Jbetween Nine o'clock and Eleven. All Artistes Appear at Each Performance. Iil8863 PHILHARMONIC TJALL, ¡:r ST. MARY-STREET. MAGNIFICENT HOLIDAY PROGRAMME. The AMERICAN BIOSCOPE COMPANY Present the T R A I N W R E C K E n S, In Twenty Exciting Scenes. The Race for the GRAND NATIONAL. A STORY OF A BROWN HAT. Genuine Pictures of the RESCUED MINERS at COURRIERES. A Thrilling Subject. Huiudreds of New Pictures from All Parts of the Globe. Entertaigrring Side Shows. OONTINUOUS PROGRAMME. Admaeekm Sixpence to See Everything. 3.6354 p ARK HALL CARDIFF. TO-DAY AT THREE. TO-NIGHT AT BIGHT. LAST TWO PERFORMANCES. THE ST. LOUIS TALKING AND SINGING PICTURES. prices :-3d., 6d., Is. Reserved Seats, Is. 6d. Doors Open 2J0 and 7.30 p.m. Early Doors Two and Severn pan. (3d. Extra). 3354el4 NEWPORT. THE NEWPORT EMPIRE, CHARLES-STREET. Managing Director .OSW ALD STOLL. TO-NIGHT! (Good Friday excepted.) MANNING'S ENTERTAINERS, in a second edition, of "The Hotel Boots." Frank Dun lop, oamedian. Marie Collins, the bright spirited singer. The Grand National le-produced on the American Bioscope. Reed- Oetzmaan Troupe, in On Tour in the Tyrol." Ma.rzella'tI Birds. Lady Fauntleroy. Mora and Lola. R. H. DOUGLASS, the Private Detective. L18864 T YCEUM, NEWPORT. Lessee A Manager. SIDNEY COOPER. EASTER MONDAY, AND DURING THE WEEK. at 7.30. GREAT HOLIDAY ATTRACTION. The Successful Homely Drama, THE LITTLE BREADWINNER. MATINEE EASTER MONDAY and TUESDAY, At Two o'clock. APRIL 30toh WEEK- 2624 THE CARL ROSA OPERA COMPANY. IN SPRING-TIME Nature requires a. little asmstance, the system nleds toning up and strengthening, and oottditdooa appear which should be promptly remedied. Don't wait until your health becomes impaoired-take at once a. course of medicine which is known the world over ne tihe beet Spring Medicine. ;B E E C. H A -M PILLS awe a most efficacious remedy for enring lassitude and listlessness. They pnrify the Wood, strengthen the nerves, and exert a beneficial tonic action througbout the entire tyteem. Begin to taike them now, for ,BPJ§GHAM'S PTT-T JJRING JOY AND jgRIGHTNESS. Sold everywhere !n boxes. price illi (56 pills/ and fig (168 pilw -eZC66 FURNITURE. AT HALF-PRICE BANKRUPT STOCK FROM LONDON FACTORY. ,ra[BS0Sl!S C1' GRAND OPPORTUNITY. G?MM?nteed New and Firat-clMS Condition. BEDROOM AND P ABLOUR SUITES. BED- STKADS BEDDING,PIANOB,OVE.R.M ANTELS. 8IDEBOAB.:D8. KWCIHEN FURNITURE, Ac. J)ON'T BE ENTICED into OTHER SHOPS—COME TO US. LIft FREE BY RETURN OF POST. DELIVERY FREE. Six Kitchen Chairs Given with Each Furnishing Order. HUGHES & CO., 'ACTORYP RICE FURNISHERS ?OEURCE-g?T..?? 'tllll, Ai TY-BOA.DS i EXCURSIONS. ED FUNNEL LINE. -? SAILINGS From CARDIFF and PENARTH. (Weather and circumstances permitting.) APRIL, 1906. LEAVE CARDIFF. ) LEAVE WESTON. Last. Sat., 14—9.15, 11.15 am, I -10.0 am, 12.0 noon, 1.25 7.50 pm 6.25, 8.15 pm *10.0, *11.55 ani, 1.45, 3.0, 8.50 pm 8.15, 9.40 pm East. Tues., 17-9.5, 11.25 am, 10.10 am, 12.15, .3.:1, 2.15, 4.15 pm 9.30 pm Wed.,18—10.50 am, 2.0, 3.45 pm 111.35 am, 11.4i, 5.20 pm Thur., 19-*6.40 am, 1.15, 3.15 I 11.50 am, *2.0, 4.0, 6.20 5.15 pm J pm LEAVE CARDIFF. LEAVE Easter MOB., 16-3.0 pm I 7.15 pm Easter Tues., 17-4.1, pm | 8.30 pm LEAVE CARDIFF. PLEA VE~M1NEHEAD. Easter Sat., 14-9.30 am 7.40 pm E?. Man., 16-9.30 am, 12.20 17'45 pm LEAVE CARDIFF.LEAVE ILFRAOOMBE. Easter Sat. ,14—JK9.20, P9.30am, ] 4.30, 6.15 pm PH6 pm 1 Easter Mon., 16-R9.20, P9.30 4.30, t6.15 pm am, P12.20 pm Easter Tues., 17-R9.20 am ( 4.30 pm Wed., 18—K8.20 am, 1'2.30 pm 14.30 pm, t7.0 pm Doea not call at Penarth. J';AST £ ESATUKI>AY; AFTERNOON TRIP to LYNMOUTH and II,FRACOAIBE.-Cardiff Pier-head 1.30 pm; Ilfracombe 6.15 pm. Fare—2s 6d. EASTER MONDAY. DAY TRIP to BRISTOL (direct).-Careiff Pier-head 8.25 a.m.; Bristol 10.30 am, 11.0 p.m. Special faires-Single Is 6d, Return 2s. AFTERNOON TRIP to CLEVEDON, via Weston.—Cardiff 3.0 pm; Clevedon 7.15 pm. Fare-Single is, Return Is 6d. EASTER TUESDAY. AFTERNOON TRIP to CLEVEDON, via. Weston.—Leave Cardiff 4.15; returning from Cievedon 8.30 pm. Fare-Single Is, Return ls6d. WEDNESDAY, APRIL 18. AFTERNOON TRIP to ILFRACOMBE.- Cardiff Pier-head 2.30 pm; Ilfracombe 7.0 p.m. Fure-29 6d. Calls off Lynmouth 05 rnin-a-ces before and after Ilfracombe, except trips marked t. R Special Boat Train from Riverside Station, via Barry Pier, at 9.20 a.m. each day. P From Cardiff Pier-head. Penarth 10 minutes later, except Trips marked The fares from Riverside Station to Lyn- mouth and Ilfracombe. via Barry Pier, are the same as from Cardiff Pier-head. Season Tickets, E2 2s. A iiinited number available between Cardiff and Weston, £1 Is., and Half-fare Coupon Books on Sale. Through Bookings from Stations on the Ba.rry, Taff Vale. and Rhymney Railways. Excursion Bookings to DEVON and CORN- WALL from Cardiff Pier-head or Riverside, via Barry Pier and Ilfracombe. For Further Particulars apply Barry and Bristol Channel Steamship Company, Mer- chants' Exchange, Cardiff. Nat. Tel., 156. Telegrams. Devonia. Cardiff." oZZ48 THIS IS THE_ Third Great Art Drawing HELD BY THB National Art Union FOR THE READERS OF THE "WESTERN MAfL," II EVENING EXPRESS" AND "WEEKLY MAIL." The Winner in the First Draw- ing was a Charwoman, who received a Prize value £155. The Winner of the First Prize in the Second Competition, value £100, was a Police Sergeant. The Winner of the Second Prize, value E30, was the wife of an Inland Revenue Officer, and The Winner of the Third Prize, value £20, was an Engine Driver. I e, — ii ■■niiii g I t ———————————— — .3 You can start to-day. THE CONDITIONS ARE AS FOLLOWS:— 1. in every issue from the 29th of January until the 24th of May will appear on Page 1 of the Western Mail," Evening Express," and Weekly Mail" an Art Union Coupon. 2. Each reader forwarding a Coupon, to- gether with Two Halfpenny Stamps, to the National Art Union, Western Mail Chambers, Cardiff, will become a Member of the National Art Union, and be entitled to one chance in the Grand Prize Drawing, which will take place on June 18, 1906. The Stamps MUST NOT BE GUMMED to the Coupon. A reader may send in any number of Coupons provided tnat each Coupon is accompanied by Two Halfpenny Stamps or a Postal Order. 3. The Prize-winners will be notified after the drawing, and the list of names and addresses may be inspected at the Art Un'on Offices, Western Mail Chambers, Cardiff, and at their Head Cffiees, 10, Lancaster-place, Strand W.C., or will be forwarded upon application, accompanied by one Penny Stamp. 4. In addition to the Three Prizes already mentioned, one prize. consisting of a repro- duction of a well-known work of art, will be given in every fifty casucea or Coupons, and all who subscribe for and send in not less than 50 Coupons in one batch, and do not win one or more prizes, will be entitled to a CONSOLATION PRIZE. 6. When the ConponB are received each Coupon will be numbered, and these num- bers will be publicly drawn from a large Ballot Wheel for Prizes in the presence of the Managing Committee (approved by the Board of Trade) and the Members at the General Meeting of the National Art Union, on June 18, 1906. 6. All coupons must be forwarded on or before May 31,1906, and if members so desire they may be saved until that time and for- warded in one batch. It -? ￼ Qi3tinctly understood that this Art T mon hd? rawing is organised and promoted entirely bv the National Art Union, working under the Act for Legalising Art Unions, 9 and .10, VICia. c. xlviii.. and by express autthworiiVty l of his MajestY,s Board of Trade. POSTAL ORDERS MAY BE 'SENT WHEN SIX OR MORE COUPONS ARE FORWARDED. An acknowledgment of the receipt of Coupons can only be given when they are accompanied by a stamped and directed envelope. MRS. WILLIAMS 28, and 30 ROYAL ARCADE, CARDIFF vi'l1g Just returned from London is NOW SHOWING the LATEST STYLfes i? ap 1:LING I cY. BLOUSES SKIRTS8' GLOVES, BELTS, NECKWEAR OHMDRENIS COATS, PFJA8sm, HATS AND BONNETS. UNDERCLOTHING, CORSETS SPECIAL LINES AT is. 113d .t and Fe"her Stoles a. SneoiaiKt* J) An IMPOCUOU 8-licited. ?S EXCURSIONS. p. AND A. CAMPBELL (LIMITED). SAILINGS FROM CARDIFF AND PENARTH (Wind, Weather, and Circumstances Permitting). APRIL. LEAVE CARDIFF: LEAVE WESTON. sa.t.,14-9.20, 11.20am, 1.30, 7.30 10.10 am, 12.10, 6.20, 8.30 Mon., 16—8.15, *9.60, 10.15, *9.0, *10.15, 11.5 am, am, 12.15, *1.15, 2.15, 1 *12.0, 1.5, *2.0, 7.30, 3.0, 8.45 pm 8.0, 9.45 pm Tuc.17-9.3D. 11.30am,2.0, 4.45 1 10 30 am, *12.20, 3.45, 9.30 Ueu., 18 11.0 am, 1.0, 3.0 pm 112.0, *1.45, 5.30 pm Thurs., 19—12.15, 2.15, 4.15 pm 1.15, 3.5, 6.15 pm LEAVE CAKDiFK LEAVE CLEVEDON. t-at., 14-dc7.30 pm 10.10 am Mon., 16-e2.15 pm 7.0 pm LEAVE CAKDIFF] L E A YE is PISTOL. Sat., 14—dc7.?0 pm 9.0 am, 8.45 pm Mon., 16-6.15 am, *cS.30 pm 10.30 am, 10.45 pm Tues., 17-*10.30 am, bcll.O pm 1.0 pm Wed., 18—bol2.30 pm t c t LEAVE CARDIFF; |~L EAVE ILFRACOMBE. Sat., 14-tll.0 am | 5.0 pm Mon., 16-tlC.30 am ( 6.15 pii Tues., 17-tlG.50 am, 3.0 pm §8.30 pm Wed., 13- ? 10.0 ?m Steamer calls off Lynmouth to and fro except Trlns marked §. .n KASTKi; MONDAY, APRIL" 16:)i. Whole Day Trip to BRISTOL.—Cardiff *8.15 gci; Bristol 10.30 am, 10.45 pm. Special fares: Single Is 6d, Return 2s. MINEHEAD and ILFRACOMBE.—Cardiff 10.30 al, Ilfracombe 6.t5 cm, Minehead 8.0. Fares: Aiiiiehead-Single 2s 6d, Return 3s; Ilfra- combe-Sing-le 2s 6d and 3s 6d, Return 3s and 4s. I CLLvEDON via Weston.-Cardiff 2.15 pm; Cleveuon 7.0 pm. Single Trip to NEWPORT.—Cardiff *9.30 pm. TUESDAY, APRIL 17th. AFTERNOON TRIP to ILFRACOMBE.- Cardiff 3.0 pm; Ilfracombe 8.30. Return fare: 2s 6d. Notz.-This Steamer calls off Lyn- mouth down journey only. "Does not call at Penarth. tCheap Route to DEVON and CORNWALL. a Penarth 25 minutes earlier, b Penarth 30 minutes earlier. d Penarth 40 minutes earlier, c Single only. e Via Weston. _A Limited Number of Half Fare Coupon Ccoks (Not Transferable) will he issued. Through Bookings from all Taff Vale and Rhymney Stations to Weston and Ilfracombe. For Further Particulars apply W. GUY, 70a, Bute-street, Cardiff. a6267 EASTEP. HOLIDAYS! COOK'S TOURS!—Extremely Low Fares! Cardiff to Rome and Back for 5 guineas, Paris 2gs., Brussels 34s. 6d., Oetend 29s. 8d., Boulogne 33s 10d., Dieppe 36s., Channel Islands 22s., Switzerland, Riviera, Sea. Cruises on Liners, Home Reeorts, Hotels, &o.-AVply for Pro- grammes and Tiokets for All Rtuilways and Steamship Lines to Messrs. TROUNCE a.nd i SONS, Bute Docks, Cardiff. (Wires: Trounce, Oardiff. Tel. inet.. 200.) e2083 PUBLIC NOTICES. oND GLAMORGAN R.G.A. (VOLUNTEERS). REGIMENTAL ORDERS BY COLONEL H. OAKDEN 'ISUER, V.D., Comma-nding. C?rdiR', 13th April, 1906. 1. Parades.—Tuesday, Company Drill, w?iih arms. Friday, Battery Drill, under P.S. Saturday, 21st iust., Drill at Fort Lavernock; I Parade at Queen-street Station at 2.50 P-lu.; Uniform to be worn. Signalling, D.R.F. Specialists, Laying, Stretcher Drill, and medical inspection of recruits each evening. 2. Extract from London Gazette," dated 7th April, 1906. 2nd Glamorgan R.G.A. (Vol.).—Captain and Hon. Major A. E. Taylor resigns his commission, with permission to retain his rank and wear the prescribed uni- form.. Lieutenant A. L. Moon resigns his commission. The undermentioned Lieu- tenants to be captains :-R. J. T. Rees, A. T. Gibson, A. P. Thomas. 3. Postings.—Captain R. J. T. Rees is posted to command No. 3 Company; Captain A. T. Gibson is poe-d to command No. 6 Company; Captain A. P. Thomas is posted to command No. 10 Company. I 4. Duties.—The "Company on duty for ensu- ing week: No. 3 Company. Metrical officer: Surgeon-captain C. O. Parsons. (Signed) J. E. G. FOLLETT. Captain and Adjutant. 2nd Glam. R.G.A. (Vols.). PENARTH COMPANIES. Wednesday.—Company and Recruit Trail- ing at Eight p m. For Duty: Sergeant Collins, Trumpeter Matthews. (Signed) H. C. VIVIAN, Captain, Commanding Penarth Companies. NOTICE. Officers attending the Dramatic Performance at Penarth on the 20th and 21st inst., will a.ppear in Mess Dress. a5001 SOUTH WALES AND MONMOUTH- SHIRE CLERKS' ASSOCIATION. The Nineteenth Annual General Meeting of t-be Members of the above Association will be held at the Royal Hotel, Cardiff, on Saturdlay, the 21st April, at 6.45 p.m. At the close of the meeting a. Smoking Concert will take place. e2191 fjToS H O P KEEP E R S. SHOPKEEPERS AND OTHERS REQUIRING NEW SHOP SUN BLINDS (Spring Roller or Hook Up) arc Invited to Send for Estimates to MORGAN and RICHARDSON, Sun Blind Specialists, 43, BUTE-STREET, CARDIFF. Blinds Fixed in Any Part of the Country. Nat. Tel. No., 326. Telegrams, Tarpaulins, Cardiff. e2028 HOTELS AND HYDROS. ESPLANADE HOTEL, PORTH- CAWL. SPECIAL EASTER TERMS. REDUCED TERMS FOR VISITORS STAYING ONE MONTH. e2184 SALES BY TENDER. VALE OF GLAMORGAN. rpo be SOLD by TENDER, as a Going Cbnoern, the Business of WHEELWRIGHT and CARPENTER for some years carried on at St. Athan by Mr. James J. David, with 3J-h.p. Oil Engine. Stock-in-Tra-de, and Unexpired Term of Lease of Premises. The Stock, &c., can be Inspected upon application to the Vendor, on the Premises. Tenders to be sent to Mr. J. David, Auctioneer, Cow- bridge. on or before 24th inst. e2187 SUNDAY SERVICES DEUTSCHER GOTTESDIENST? DBARRY DOCK, 100, KingehMid-creaoent 3.30 p.m. CARDIFF, 186, Bute-road, 7.30 pan.— J. Achilles. Seamen's Pastor. el994 BUSINESS ADDRESSES FURNITURE. NEW PREMISES JUST OPENED. TO THOSE ABOUT TO BUY. DON'T MISS THIS OPPORTUNITY. X5,629 15 0 Worth of Household Furniture, including several Pianos, 5ft. and 6ft. Solid Oak a,nd Walnut Sideboards, Brass and Iron Bedsteads, Bedroom Suites, Dining and Drawing Room Suites, etc., etc., has be,en removed from our London Showrooms, to be disposed of by Private Sale at very low prices. Sale commencing each day at 10.0 a.m. Call amd inspect vur Stock, or if not able to call send for Catalogue, free on application. CASH ONLY. ALL GOODS DELIVERED FREE Note our only South Wales Address: TH E WEST LONI)ON FURNISHERS, 47. ST. MARY-ST.. G.W.R. End, opposite the Thea.tre Royal, CARDIFF. e5230 REYNOLDS" BREAD j A WORD ON BREAD. I Bj The Bread which contains most H M nutriment is H t J. REYNOLDS & CO.'S 1 Gold Medal WHEAT-MEAL BREAD § M It is as appetising as cake. B H EASILY DIGESTED. ■ M Is both a muscle and tissue builder. K a ORDER RFYNOIDS' BROWN BREAD I t FROM YOUR LOCAL BAKER. g H Bole Makers of Gold Medal Wheat-meal; I M J. REYNOLDS and CO. (Ltd.), ■ II GLOUCESTER. III PREPAID SCALE. COMBINED SQALE for Small Prepaid Advertise ments in the WES1ERN MAIL and EVENLKG EXPRESS WORDS. ONCE THRIRF SIX WORDS. ONCI! TIMES. TIMKS S, D. <5. D. S. D. 14 words 0 8 1 4 2 0 15 to 22 words 10 2 0 3 0 23 to 3C words 1 4 2 8 4 0 Kach extra 8 0 4 0 8 1 0 I worda Small Prepaid Advertisements are inserted in the EYE-Nj.EXPRESS" at the following rates:— THREK SIX oxcir. TIMKS. TIMES. S. D. S. D. S: D. 14 words 0 3 0 6 0 9 15 to 22 words. 0 5 0 10 1 3 23 to 30 word3. 0 7 1 2 1 9 Each -:I-I- words 0 0 4 0 6 In all cases the name and address are counted as Part of the Advertisement. PERSONAL. to any person giving Account of Mrg. Sarah CoIHnhclght bft. bin., sandy hair, sandv complexion, email face, small grey eyes, small mola left side chin; little lame right foot; large joint second on the big toe; wearing brown cloak down to her hips; little boy with her, 14 months old, licrlit brown hair-to Samuel Ceilings, 53, Fernhiil, will receive the above reward. e2638621 F r BUST.-CLU arrangement completed lines my many proposals altered vour discretion, detaining sum guarantee fulfilment alternative decline act refer matter back.—X. 02614sl7 Friends in the V f Nortifc on the 23rd and Zth of this month. es20 HIS Country, King, and Girl," ase=9 by Millie IL4iado?i, Words and Music v.'m Appear in To- morrow Sunday's Umpire." Order at once from your newsagent. e2183 WILL the Person who took Gent's Bicycle from T f outside Central Hotel, Cardiff, Tuesday after- noon, please return came to 23, Cameron-street, Car- diff; information will be given to police if not returned immediately; numbers and marks known. e2565sl6 ￼ AND FOUND. LOSTAN!D?OU N 0. LOST, a Gold Brooch, while velli'ng-from Maesteg -L? to Llwynypia by 9.15 tram; finder will be ha?d- somely rewarded.-Appry Police-station, Maesteg. e-519 1 MEDICAL Retreat, York.—Probationers wanted for JL Mental Nursing Training for Three or Four Years; lectures, certificate; uniform and laundry; salary from commencement; excellent health essential. —Apply, with photo, station, profession, or business of father, to Matron. c6713 WANTED, a Junior Assistant in Colliery District; E170 per annum, with rooms, coal, and gas, and 10s. extra niidwifery.-Reply Box 11 19, Evening Express, Cardiff. c6724 PRIVATE Nursing and Convalescent Home.—Chronic^ JL Medical, and Surgical Cases Received; sunny a.spect; high and bracing; near wells and bath.— Terms on application to Nurse Murphy, Homestead, Llandrindodi Wells. c6730 MEDIQAL Practitioners axe requested not to apply -iYI. for appointments under the Ebbw Vale Work- men's Doctors Fund without first communicating with the Medical Secretary, British Medical Association. 429, Strand, LondDn, or Honorary Secretary, Mon- mouthshire Division, 19, Gold Tops, Newport. e2453S14 CLERICAL WANTED, ks?d?stant Curate in small Country W Parish; light, but interesting work; bachelor; priest; interested in young men; healthy, beautiful country, three hours from London; Severn Tunnel Junction Station in parish; June, or as soon as pos- sible; stipend, excellent furnished lodgings and £120.- References to Archdeacon Bruce, Bogiet Rectory, New port, Mon. e2483511 LEGAL. BOY, just leYing RCbool, wanted for Solicitor's ir Omoe.-<Appiy, in own hMdwr<tm€, stating age, schooling, and parents' position, L 83, Evening Express, Cardiff. e2524sl4 SCHOLASTIC. ASSISTANT Schoolmaster wanted for Quakers' Yard XTruant School; salary E45 per annum, with board, lod.-irig, and laundry.-Apply the Superinten- dent. cMSl —— SUPPLEMENTARY Teacher wanted, Art! 68 ks Infants' Department, Penarth National School; salary £ 25.—Appiy Secretary. e25S3s20 DAILY Nnrsery Governess wanted Garl ef" Eight; Dmw-cal; needlewoman.—Write, stating previous engagements, agie, &c., to M 17, Evening Express Office, Cardiff. eZ59esl4 EXPBItlEN CED and Certificated Art Mistreee (Board of Education and Ablett's system) requires Further Visiting Engagements in South Wales Dis- trict; eix years in best London art schools.—Taylor, Bryngwyn-road, Newport. e2560i18 HOUSEKEEPERS, 4o. LADY desires Situation as Children's SewiafTwid; J.J good needle-,vomau.-B., Jubilee Cottage, Caer- went, Chepstow. e244Jsi4 SITUATION wanted by reepectable Widow — as Working Housekeeper.—B., 8, Eoeser-street, Wainfelin, Pontypool. e260Gsl7 HOUrSEKEEPEiK.—Wanted, for Single Gentleman, jjL an experienced Working Houseke-,perll; tf pl,4?a -1?.-kpply Manager, London and Provincial Bank, Cowtlridge, Glam. e2E94s23 WORKING Hooisekceper or good General required "1" for Single Gentleman, Pembrokeshire; LIB to B20 per annum.—M 4, Evening Express, Cardiff. eslS RESPECTABLE FMmer'a Daughter seeksSitualion Useful Help, MOther'ø He4p, or NUrse.-L 89, Evening Express, Cardiff. eB556sl8 SUPERIOR young Widow seeks Sitution House- L.) keeper or Help.-rSuperior, Evening Express, Merthyr. e2535818 W ANTMD, Useful HeJp; plain cooking; used to children. Also bervant.-L 74, Evening Express, Cardiff. e2522514 LINEN-Keeper, Sewingmaid, by Widow; recom- mendcd; small wages to have girl 4.Bines, Rest, Porthcawl. e2491sl7 DOMESTIC SERVANTS WANTED, experienced Parlourmaid; Churchwoman. —Apply, letter only, Mrs. Arthur Lewis, Tr»- newydd, LiandafT. c6638 WAN'ITS-D, good General at once.—Appiy Mrs. Thomae, Five Bells, Bridgend. e3639518 WANTED, experienced General; four in family; tV nurse kept; ?IS.—Mrs. Jones, Trevethin Cot- tage, Llanishen. e2605s20 "X r;A:-¡;1:'ED at onoa?K<Md Cook-Gener.1; -Io ?t Generals; good wages Servants' Registry, Abertillery. e2610520 WANTED at once, General Servant.-APPIY Rcw- f V lands, Coach and Horses, Caerwent, Chepstow. e2611s20 W ANTED immediately, good Plain Cook.—Apply f Mivs. Clifford Pearce, Taff Brae, Cefncoed. eEZO ANTED at once/astrong Girl as K'tobenmaid. I f —'Sentley, trH()tel,Merthyr. e25036l8 "TTTANTEID, 3rd May, ￼ Housemaid; aged about 23; W must be experienced and have good references. —Apply Fe-narth House, Penarth. e2617620 CCOUNTRY Girl, 19, requires Situation General or j Under-Housemaid; last place General (country) four years; Penarth, Porthcawl preferred.—M 6, Even- ing Express, Cardiff. e2580sl9 WANTED, second week in May, good Plain Cook; f f three in family; country.—Apply, with refer- ences, stating wages, Miss Carver, Wenallt, Carmar- then. e2581519 W ANTED -medlately, House-PariotumWd; three in family; country.—Apply, with references, stating wages, Miss Carver, Wenallt, Carmarthen. esl3 G,OOD Cook-General wanted; four in family; three Gother servants and boy for boots, &c.-Apply Mrs. S., 58, Newport-road, Cardiff. WANTED, good Cook; willing to do & little housewori?; abstainer; two in family; two ser- vants kept.-St.a.te wages, Mrs. Clarke, Govilan Rec- tory, Aberga\ enny. e2547.s18 WANTEXI at once, experienced General; hou.æ makl kept.—Apply Mrs. Morris, Clydach Vicarage, near Swansea. e2552sl4 GENERAL Servant, with good reference, wanted Gat once; woman for washing; small family; governess; wages LiB.-hir& Bloomer, Pen pout, Clydach near Swansea. e2542518 WANTED, a General Servant; small family; help given; good references.—Apply 11, Dogo-streef.. e2529sl4 W" ANTED, good Cook-General by ..rü !0th.— y Apply Mrs. Jaœz Thomas, Tycerrig, Swansea. e2523sl8 SITUATION wanted ao Kitchenmaid; disengaged April 12th; good referen-ces.-L 56, Evening Express, Cardiff. e2476sl6 ANTED immediately, good Plain Cook in Gentle- W man's Family; Churchwouiau.-k; Dale, Milford Haven. c6675 XPERIE^s CED Cook-General wanted for Quakers' EYard Truant School, for 1st May; Wages L20.- Apply the Matron. c6632 ANTED, a good, strong Girl in Farmhouse; if three m family; nurse kept; good home.— Apply, with reference, to Donne, Monkton, Wick, Bridgend. e2442sl4 ANTED immediately, H?M?PaTtourmaid; small VT famUy; good refMeaMa.—Mrs. John Evans, Penybryn, Pontypridd. 02377sl4 HOTEL SERVANTS, &c. I AN'I1ËiD tmmedxperiet1C('d Vults Bar- i W maid; good character Indispensablc.-RMeren.es and wages required to Manager, Griffin Hotel, Bryn- mawr. c67Q8 1 W- AN:11ED-¡¡:t OJÍce, *m expe?nced?Houtie?Ch&mbe)'- W !Mtd.—MM*<!w?6. KAU'W? HOR4 liow. New- ports _'œ816 HOTEL SERVANTS, Continued WANTED at once, Single-handed Chambermaid.— W, age, wages, references, WynUBtay Hotal, Machynlleth. e2439817 WANTED, young Lady for Hotel Bar; Welsh pre- ferred.—'Apply Wyndham Hotel, Bridgend. eel4 WANTED at once, Second Waiter for the Newport yY and County Club: experienced; good refer- ences; understand billiards.—Manageress, King's Head Hotel, Newport. e2575sl6 RESPECTABLE young Person wanted as Barmaid, and Assist Iloueework.-References, Marshall, Griffin Vaults, Brecon. C6633 CODK wants Situation 'n first-class Family or Com- mercial Hotel; thoroughly experienced.—Address U. M., Castle Hotel, Merthyr Tydfil. e2544«14 WANTED, an experienced Commercial-room \'V Waitress.—Apply Mrs. Bentley, Central Hotel, Merthyr. e2534sl8 WANTED, rcspeotatl? Girl, to Ass?t in Kitchen. Yy -?Appiy Great Western Hotel, Cardiff. e2533sl4 -1 ^7"ANTE-D, reliable, sober Cellarmati, well up to V y' 'his'business- exceptional references necessary.— Bridgend Hotel, Penire. e2549sl4 "T\T ANTED immediately, a House-Chambermaid; y V also a Laundress.—Apply Proprietress, Cam- march Hotel, Llangammarch Wells. e2494517 W ANTED, good Woding -t:ook;help itv-emT^t"ata yV age, wage, relereuces, Wjunstay Hotel, Machynlleth. e248&sl? WANTED at once, Coffee-Commercial Waitress.— State age, wage, references, Wynnstay Hotel, Machynlleth.. e 24 SO; 17 WANTED at once, Barmaid for Hotel Bar; must f f be thoroughly experienced; good references; aged 26.-Managerem, Kirg's Head Hotel, Newpcrt. e248814 NURSES — J W ANTED, Nurse-At,end&nt for Invalid Lady; must be bright, active, and experienced.—State experience, references, L 69, Evening Express, Cardiff. e2501sl7 WANTED, beg?ntung of May, Nurse-housemid; w must have ch&racter for respectability.—Appiy Mrs. Griffiths, Vicarage, Llantrisant. c6711 WANTED, by middle of May, young Girl xs Under- f Nurse; not under 1. years.—Apply Mrs. W. L. Morgan, 5, Gwydr-gardens, Swansea. e2485sl7 CLERKS, MANAGERS, AC. ECRETARY WMted for Sw.ms? LM.C.A., Septem. LS ber 1st.-State age, qualification, salarv req?red fuU particulam before A?jl 30th, to T. R dock E?G The Mirador, Swansea. e2525sl8 WANTED, sharp BoY. for O.APf)IY 'J. iid C. Sa.nkey, H?e-s?eet, Cad,"ff. e258T?l6 CHARTERED Accountant l?s a Vacancy for an ? Articled Clerk; premium required, which will be returned in sallary.M 22, Evening Express, Cardiff. e2618sl7 ACCOUNTANT wanted; able to take entire cli?ge A-E books, including accounts of several branches, and preparation of balance-sheet; also to take charge of office in manager's abtence.—State age, salary, a^id references to Manager, Brecoashire Coal and Lime Company (Limited), Brecon. e2584516 COST Office. Intelligent young Man, quick at figures, waated iu large Manufacturer's Office; state ago, experience, salary required.—Apply Elliott's Metal Company (Limite4) Burry Port. e2550sl4 YOUTH, aged "Sres qltuation as Shorthand- JL Typist or General clerk; five years' experience; thorough knowledge of bookkeeping.—Apply L 77 Evening Express, Cardiff. e2530sl4 ABROAD.—Anyone Wishing for a Situation Abroad or in the Colonws should send two penny stamps for the OoloniUl," 17a, Eldon-street, Lcn- don. C6S34 3<S Weekly. Spare-tin5 Employment Offered to 0 Either Sex who caij write; particulars ffellJ.- Addressed envelope to Manager, Gl&ndower, Tarquar Established 1893. eZMj HOW Can I Assist the Home? Money saved in the jLl home. Sure means of earning a living provided by Automatic Knitter; ivork taken to double cost of machine.—Write C. E., 67, Southwark-street, Londcn. el958 AGEN rs, TRAVELLERS. EVERYBODY wants something. 1 Provide Every- j'J thing." In four years I have paid to Spa.re- t,ime Agents L112,655 19s. 9d. Commission.—"Write for particulars of agency, J. G. Graves, Agency Dept., The World's Supply Warehouse, Sheffield. el920 THE Scottish Piste Glass Insurance Company JL (Limited; requires I Few imluential Agents in South "ales; splendid terms to good men. Apply, by letter in first instance, to Mr. Mathieson, Secretary 1, Cannon-street, Birmingham. e244£514 rpKAVELLER wajjted for SouFh Walee7 <tc., by Old- JL established Bristol House, with good connection; thorough knowledge of ooachbuilders, wheelwrights, smiths, and builders' ironmongery essential; per- manency to a capable man; salary, expenses, and com- tnis.sion.-Full particulars, with photo, to L 44, Even- ing Express, Oardiff. c6665 SHOP ASSISTANTS, MILLINERS DRAPEiRY.—Junior Yo'm?Manwantedimme- Ddistely, three or four years' experience; Welsh. Samuel, Pontlottyn. e2528918 w AN-RM, a first-class Milliner.—Apply, etatSig f V age, references, and wages expected (outdoor), Co-operative Stores, Compaercial-street, Tredegar. esia IRONMONGERY.—Wanted, Junior Assistant, to Take I JL Charge of Cycle Department.—Apply, stating age, references, and wages required, Davies Brothers, Iron- mongers, Uanelly. c6723 MILLINERY.—Wanted at once, good Second Hand. J. -Wilkinson, Commercial-street, Pontypool. c67l4 CROSS Bros. (Limited), TiCe- Cardiff Ironmongers, require smart Assistant, who must have had experience in the handling of silver, E.P., and cutlery. —Apply stating age, height, salary required full references, enclosing photo.. ea5703 t,AN'TED, thoroughly experienced .young E?y tor VV Showroom; WeLsb.-APPIY Thomas Lex?iUid Co., Swansea. e2526sl8 DBAPERY.—Sharp Junior wanted, Mercery Depart- ment.-John Jones and Soil, Manchester House, Morthyr. e2533sl4 PROVISIONS.—Wanted, experienced Salesman for JL Butter Counter; references indispensable.— Lipton Limited, Merthyr. e2532sl8 DRAPERY.—Wanted, ??'t young Man.- 83 aBd DRDberts, GeBer&i Drapera and Milliners, Neath. e2500sl7 DRESSMAKING.—Wanted immediately, stylish DDressmaker; good fit; medium class trade.tate age and salary required, Thomas, Draper, Knighton, Radnorshire. e2471816 SMART, alPround t rqui,red; one not a.bLid of work and capable of taking manage- ment.-Fall particulars, letters ortly, Chamberlain., Grocer, Port Talbot. e2447sl4 MISCELLANEOUS SITUATIONS "1XTANTED, by- a 6!W cf coniery proprietors, a V V competent Wagon Inspector; a wa- n builder I by trade will receive prefer6nce.—Apply, stating quali- fications, age, wages required, copies of two last references, to M 16, Evening Exprwe, Oardiff. c6717 WANTED, Foreman ;tor Box and Packing Case TT Works.—O. g., Evening Express, Newport, Mom. eZ613 WANTED immediately, experienced Ostler; tingle; TT live in.—Apply, full particulars first letter, Bock Hotel, Llandrindod hells. cg722 WANTED^ Groom-Coachman^ to make Thimtelf i" generally useful; wife to take small dairy and poultry .-M 21, Evening Express, Cardiff. e2609el7 MEN, Youths, desiring to bacome Stewards, M Butchers, BMcr?, &c., on Ocean Liners, eend addressed envelope Edlvaxds, 137, st. Albans-avenue, Ohiswick. cS7J9 A Strong**La.(r W-aLiw-fw-s?-t- ab le, and-a ?sist l n A house.—M 3, E?eaiBS Express, Cardiff. e2569sl6 ",XTANT-;steadY; reliable Man to Driv Traction V Engine in South of Sp?m; one uæd to steam power and tools preferred.—Apply, in writing, with full particulars, references, age, and wages required, to Willie, 104, Bute-street, Cardiff. eZ5137816 SA DDLERY. n Evans and Co. (Limited), Swan- sea, have Vaicancy for Vvorking Foreman Saddler; thoroughly oapmble of cutting Out.-State full particu- SAM eZWsl6 COACH-Triimmert wanted; steady employment to \? good men.—Apply Argyle Motors (Limited), Alexandria, by Gla6gow. C6712 WANTED, strong Lad, aged*17, with ?nowied?e ￼ of Driving; must be willing to make himself useful in and about house.—Apply, stating references. Dr. Joyce, Porth, near Pontypridd. e2546sl8 BAKERS.—Situation wanted; good do.n?hm&ker and Bmoulder; aged 25.—W?ajns, Knowle, Braunton, Devon. e2555sl8 AS Second Man or Groom Im Hvety; aged 23.— XApply R., Newman COttage, Bonvilston. e2541s14 ￼ RIK TING.—WorMng Fo.remsft¡e-a-gOOd I P- Welsh proof references, age, and wage required to Jones, Printers, Conway. c6704 i-I ARDENFR. -Wanted, an experienced Gardener; ¡ V_X wages 28s. per week.Apply Dr. Mitchell, Gor- ac-inon, Glamorgan. e2554sl8 ANTED at onœ, Groom- man; single; in- ￼ door; must be good driver, and make himself generally useful.—Apply Dr. Leah, Aberdare. 6617 ￼ Groom-Gard4aner??k-?.ledge of garu? and AS stable work; can milk; aged 32; slngie; abstainer. —Apply Gittins, HarbrandstDn Rectory, Milford Haveti, Pern. ■ e2502617 i'ír-ThT.ËD, Situa.tion Farm Ba.i!i1f;t.ÏÏÕi-)ugWÿ W experienced; aged ?; single—Apply Station- master, Loughor. e2503817 WANTED, Situation as Gamekeeper; good shot, good trout fisbsr, and rough carpenter if required.—Full particulars on application to Keeper, Llangwyryfon, Aberystwyth. e2416 WANTED, Night Melting-shop Foreman for Steel VV Works; six Siemeu's open hearth furnaces; must be a respectable, steady man. and fully compe- tent to take sole charge.—State age, experience, and wages required, also give references, Steel, Evening Express Office, Swansea. cPA-S5 WANTED, for South Wales shipping port, thor- VY oughly practical Brass Founder and Copper- smith Foreman, to Take Entire Charge of Works.— Apply, giving full particulars and experience, to L 42, Evening Express, Cardiff. e2440sl4 WANTED, competent Brick-burner for Best Shale ? Y Facing ]aria-4PPIY Pond, Blackwood, Mon. c670G ^SAKDENER seeks Situation, bead or single- VI haaded; good rebraucm.-i&PWy M, Tunn*4-W- « £ Ktete MISCELLANEOUS SITUATIONS, Continued. -ANI'ED, SituationGroom?Gardener;u??uT; w married; aged 36.—B., C¡O Frank Mumford, Corn Merchant, Pontypridd. e2%717 CAN ADA.-Berth3 Resernd on Steamer tiling April ? 23th.—Wanted, 72 healthy young Men icr Farm Work; must pay £3 tov;arús ocean ana Canadian rail- way fare. belld stamped envelope British E.T.C. Society, Central Hall-buildings, Newington, Liverpool. e24S2sl7 ROLL Turner.—Wanted, a thoroughly competent Man; six mills and cold rolls; good yields, makes indispensable.—Apply L 70, Evening Express, Cardiff. c6690 WANTED, young Man, Look Alter Pony and T T Make Himself Generally Useful Bailey's Arms, Pelltre. e2571sl9 PARTNERSHIP. PARTNER required to Develop Timber Business, L Rhymney Valley; excellent railway facilities; with good connect;ons; modern machinery laid down. —Particulars, L &8, Evening Express, Cardiff. e2540sl4 SEASIDE AND COUNTRY APARTMENTS. pENATIL!!I. M -ll M.I ni?-hod; 6ult one or two gentlemen. 1. St. :ugue']}œ. e2533sl3 T?RXiSHE'D 6-rcom CoM ag?e to Let (seaside) for Summer Months.—James, Ferndalc-tclTace, Rhoose. e2606s24 FARMHOUSE, near Llmdaff and St. Fagan'T^ JL Rooms to Let; terms moderate.—L 90, Evening Express, Cardiff. e2543el8 APARTMENT S. 64, Richmond-road.—Superior Apartments or Board- 0 Residence. e2601520 SUPERIOR Furnished Apartments; suitable for mar- ried couple; good cooking and attend&nce.-24, Penylan-road. e2596s20 ION-DON .-Supe:1.or Ap3.!tments lor Visitors; by 14 day or week; moderate terms; board optionaJ; central.—Write requirements Msaageress, 41, Bernard- street, Russell-square. e2097 W EI,L-Furni shed Front Apartments: 6uit one or if two gentlemen; terms moderate.-114, Newport- road. e2520818 CATHEDRAL-Road.—To Let, Well-furnished Apart- ments.— L 93, Evening Express, Cardiff. esl8 -F1RST-êJa.3'I Board Residence for Gentlemen; central F town and stations.-31, park-place, Cardiff. eslS I PREMIbES. R S. S. MESSRS. S. HERN AND PERTWEE, ??i. AUL-NONEERS, VALUERS, SURVEYORS, HOUSE AND ESTATE AGENTS. For List of Business Premises and House to be Let or Sold see ">urn Mail" daily. Printed register free. Offices, S3, St. Mary-street, Cardiff. Established 1849. el234 TO be-Le-t or Sold, E2, Richmoud-road; clow to cars. JL -.Apply above. c6721 LLANW'RTYD Wells.—TO Let, good House and Shop, in best position; as restaurant or any other business.—Apply Mrs. Prytherch. 02615820 ri>0 Let, Weilheld—detached Villa; two recep- X tion-rooms, kitchen, pantry, three bedrooms, box- room, back kitchen, store-room; flower, kitchen garden; outhouse; nine minutes' walk churcii, village station twenty (Efail Isaf).—Apply Wellfield Villa, Llantwit Vardre. 62585"19 FOR Sale, 88, Ryder-street, Cathedral-road; excel- lent condition; immediate possession Apply on premises. cl5S5»13 PEN COED.—To Let, Yewtree Villa; usual offices; J[:- stable, coach-house; 11 acres land, adjoining commofc; ten minutes' walk from station.—Britannia Hotel, Pencoed. e2573s16 SMALL Furnished House Few MonVns in or near Cardiff.—State ter4s, M 9, Evening Express, Cardiff. e2589s16 PETERSTONE.—Six-roomed House for Sale; nice P frontage; side entranœL 75, Evening Express, Cardiff. 02521514 HOUSE—2, Fraaklen-street, Gran get own! near Penarth-road; 7s.—Apply 3, Invernesr?]?lace, Roath. e2S57sl4 FURNISHED Ho-se to Let; three reception. four Flbed rooms; biUiafd table.-L 76, Evening Express, Cardiff. e2527818 ROATH Park.—Sale, up-to-date New Semi-detached Villa; three reception-rooms, m bedrooms. A1w Three Villas, Monthermer-road, Roath Park end; to- gether cr separately.—Leonard, Builder, Boverton- street. «25J2al7 "¥7\RKE HOLD Residence, close to station, Die as r Powis; large g&rden.-Hoult, 131, Albany-road, Cardiff. e2473516 FOR Sale, Four Villas, about two minutes' walk Jf from Llandaff Station.-For further particulars apply John Price, Taff Cottages, Treherbert, Glam. IIO Let, at Llanwrtyd Wells (the rising health J. resort), a choice Villa Residence; beautifully situated in its own grounds; southern aspect; good water supply and perfect sanitation; stabling and outbuildings; with or without pasture land; an ex- ceptional opportunity for a re&.uence at the Wells, with the privilege of several miles free fishing in the Irvon.—Apply Mrs. Campbell-Davys, Llandovery. c6670 A Few 5 and 6 room Houses; rentals 5s. 6d., 6s., A7s.; comfortable, convenient; recently renovated. —Apply Pafkfield House, North-road. 'Buæs parsing. e2397s20 PUBLIC HOUbES. COMMERCIAL Suburban Hotel, opposite railway station, Bristol; billiards, stabling, tc.; price includes furniture, fixtures; £ 350; illness of owner sole cause of disposal.—L 96, Evening Express, Cardiff. c6702 FREE Double licensed Public-houæ, good P-,4tion in Swansea; doing genuine trade; good lease; in- going £ 450—Apply Thomas, Estate Agent, Rutland- street, Swansea. e2602520 TrWLet, ()Ddstream Hotel, Cardiff.-Apply Ind, TCO?ope, and Co. (Limited), 108, Frederick-6treet. e258&sl9 CARDIFF.—To Let, Fully-licensed Hotel-Vuléan Inn, -kdam-street.-Apply Jenkins, 100, Frederick- etreet, Cardiff. e2536818 c OLLMW' Arms Hotel, Pontypridd.-This Free Hotel to be Let for a Term of Ton Years.—Full particulars can be obtained from John H. Harrison, Solicitor, Market-square-chambers, Pontypridd. e2180 QUEEN'S Hotel, Llandaff-road, Canton, to Let; five years' lease; rent £45 a year; present tenant 17 years.—Apply to Proprietor for particulars. George Hurman. e2449sl4 BUSINESS PREMISES. TO Let, Shop and Premises—No. 8, Tudor-road; suitable for fisu and poultry dealer.—Apply Tudcr Hotel, Cardiff. e2553518 C WMBRAN:-Shops, with living premises, to Let; good position; growing district.—Apply Matthews, Cwmbran. e2583819 TO Let, the Premises formerly xnown as Tne Parrot Inn, Caerphilly, with stabling accommodation.- Apply D. Williams and Co., Taff Vale Brewery, Mer- thyr Tydfil. e2506sl7 NEWPORT.—To Let immediately, exceHemt Shop i? Premises, very best position of HighAreet; rent £ 300.—Bear, Brewer, and Bowman, Skinner-street, Newport. e2516517 — BUSINESSES FOR DISPOSAL SMALL CClliery for Sale, with 8 ams of Mynyddis- ? lwyn coal, at PeN?a.m.—Apply for p&rtic?lMe to E. J. Davies, Plough and Harrow, near Pencam. c6646 CYCLE Business for Disposal; shop fitted with forge, enamelling stone, &c.; good connection; bouse if required; no illguing.-70, Commercial-road, Newport. e2627621 BUSINESS WNTED. WANTED, Dairy, with good butter, eggs, &c., trade; good milk round; early possession pre- ferred.—A., c/o Down and Son, Badcox, Frome, Somer- set. e2462sl6 MUSICAL. WANTED, good Pi&nf5t;WUHng to make herself 1"-Zf u 1 good home.—Apply Talbot Arms, Bridgend. e2612s20 'i,f'Ii.- Edgar Hancock's Method of Voice Culture ?J. Rawres Rapid Pre;roa; S?turdtyt and Tue& days, Davies, Music Stores, Newport; other days, Abertilisry. eZOM ? NEW PiJvnos for Hire; mwon 1905-1906; ordirary rates ciharged.-DLIe, Forty, and Co., Cardiff. el453 DOMESTIC ARTICLES. DOUBLE Mail-cart for Sale; newly new.&poy D78, Glenjoy-str?t, Roath, CardiK. e2458817 STABLES TO LET. O Let, 4-hofseStabie,LajgeYaJd, EdLoft; Ot erni3 moderate.—J, Kirb,?-,treet, NOWPOrt- Also Two or Three Rooms.—Apply above. e2455614 LAND ANET FARMS TTIARM, 10? Acres (more ii required)—Owls' Lodge, J' M*y?ls, BIackp.U; adjoining Clyne Common; over- looking Mumbles and Bristol Channel; 3f miles from Swansea, i-mile from two stations; newly-built eight- roomed house; common rights.—Stevens, Solicitor, Swansea. e2505617 2 Very desirable Farms, near Newport! of 60-and 2 110 Acres, to Let, with immediate possession.— Particulars from John H. Bennie, Auctioneer, Newport, C6683 COAL FOR SALE. OALS, per ton, for cash on delivery.—Bed Ash House Coals, 17s.; Cobbles, 15s.; Nuts, 14s.: Double- screened Large, 19s.; Britannia Coal (superior quality), Zls.; Half-tons Is. per ton -t-ghdelds Brothers, Crwys Coal Yard (ILR-), neat Crwya Bridge, Cardiff. el234 JEWELLERY FOR SALE. IS Your W&tch w rong? The best and cheapest shop JL in Cardiff for the repair cf watches of every description (English or foreign) is 36, Castle Arcade (tbvrd ehop from Ostle-street), by James Keir (for ten years with Mi. Opirtdim). CIoaUIDd Mueto Boxas cjwa«d tad ispetnid. mn BICYCLES, TRICYCLES, Ac. OIL Bath Gear Case! You need not pay an extravagant price for Cycle with Oil Bath Gear Case. I can Sell you one so fitted, built of Compo- nents fittings, for £9 95., with Diuilop tyre and Brookes saddle; fully guaranteed everything first-rate. —Norton, 126, Queen-street, Cardiff. c2192 G,ENT'S 1906 Fiee-wheel Cycle, with plated rims and two of the new pattern roller brakes, £5 6a. Norton's Cycle Depot, 126, Queen-street, Cardiff. elS 04 ROVER CYCLES set the fashion to the world twerty-cne years ago, and are still the fashionable machines to-day. Call and see them at our depot- e2183 9, WORKING-STREET, CARDIFF. s UN-By-tm TRUTHS. 3. "What's What." Perfectly lubricated in its Chain and Driving Bear- ings, perfectly lubricated in its Variable Gear, built without regard to cost, is it remarkable that the San- beam has become the leading English Bicycle, and that those Cyclists who really know v.-hat'a what insist on having a Sunbeam for their steed? There are certain commodities which actually bring a reputation with their owners, and the Bicycle is one of them. The different conditions under which Sunbeams run, and the fact that they cannot be mistaken for a cheap grade (fcr no cheap grade Sunbeams are made), mark them out as the one Bicycle of fashion for the Season of 1906. These grand Machines may be Seen and Fullest Par- ticulars obtained at Bevan's Depot, 31, Castle-street, Cardiff. e2176 A Marlborough Swift Roadster at LE 8. is exception- ally good value, and intending purchasers should see it before deciding; can be supplied on monthly payments of 11s. 6d. e2176 NEW HudaomTs?w?ft, or Star Cycles, with &11 latca Nimp.-c,,e-ents, from L6 15s. cash, or on month,y payments from 10s. e2176 GEISHA and MajeEt 'c Cycles, guaranteed for four GyearF. all latest improvements, at L5 5s. cash, cr monthly payments of 10s. e2176 Hold the Largest Stock of Cycle Accessories, such as Tyres, Brakes, Lamps, Bells, and the thousand and one requirements of a cyclist, in the Principality. My Prices are Rock Bottom. A 60-page Catalogue may be had for the asking. e2176 ALL Machines are Packed Free and Carriage Paid to Any Address in the Kingdom, and all have my personal guarantee for four yeare.—Robert Wvan, 31, Castle-street, Caidiff. e2176 MOTORS, MOTOR CYCLES. DAIMXIER, Argyll, aJid Talbot. Cars may be Seen Dand 1r-"ed at olir ''?,w lh-Dwrooms, S oAi ;gmOMPAXY, I 94, ST. MARY-STREET, CARDIFF. Works: Pars-street. a6082 ROVER CARS, 6, S, 10/12, 16.20 H.P.; s?mple, Etrong, Repeed?-, reliable, aDd inexpensive to run.-Tr:al runs arranged at our depot- 2183 9, WORKING-STREET, CARDIFF. TtfOTORBodiesR?pa.int€d,"E?trinimed.RepaJred, I.V-L &c.; promptly executed; Improved C??re H<cods, Folding- Wind3:lields, and Dustscreens Fitted.—Ptrrv and Turner, Frederick-street, Cardiff. e2604scO NOTICE. JOSH. WILLIAMS' NEW MOTOR AND CYCLE WORKS, CORNER OF THEATRE ROYAL, Will Shortly be Opened. e2118 H" IR.-Tbree !1r8t-c-Oar8 aJwaya ready for Him; lexp,erienced and careful drivers. Hiring Tariff on application. GIBBON BROOKS, THE CARDIFF MOTOR GARAGE, ;1, QUEEN-STREET, OARDIFF. e2027 THE KoonaTà MOtor Ooffiy (A??imited), ity-r46?, TC!ardi-f, All Kinds of Repairs, Accu- mulators Charged, Petrols, Oils, and Accessories; New and Second-hand Cars; Cam on Hire. N.T. 1333- e2073 FP. S 3le 3-b.p. SLiger Motor^-bicycle: chain-driven, magnetic ignition, new GrOde band; good condi- tion; excellent hill climber; £ 15.—Trench, Peonar Bar- racks, Pembroke Dock. e2572il9 OR Sale, 12-h.p. Darracq; seat four; good working X order.—Williams, Caecoed, Aberdare. e2470sl9 FARM AND GARDEN. CABBAGE Plants.—Wheoier's Imperial, 2s. per 1,000; Red Picklers, 2s. 6d. per 1,000; cash; on rail Martock.—Thomas Marks, Merriott, Som. e2141 POULTRY Farm, abouit five miles from Cardiff; fully equipped with modern appliances; ingoing moderate.—Appiy L 17, Eve¡::g ExrrMs, C?rd;t. c%Z?3 '?'OETHEEy gt&r?eed &toes, œst maUl-cwp i? pot?toe in cultivation, 6s. F?r cwi.. carrine paid. j' —J James, Monachdy Farm, Ynysybwl. e6671 GARDEN Seeds, Flower Seeds, Farm Seeds, Seed V,X Oats, Barley, Vetches, Ciuver Seeds, and E, grass; Special Mixtures fox Permanent Pastures; Seed Pota.toe,s-8-ir Joha Llewelyn. British Queen, King Edward, Duke of York, Discovery, &c.; Artificial Manures, Superphosphate, Bone Manure, Guano, Nitrate of Soda. Garden Tools of every description. Seed Drills, Chain and Drag Barrows, Cultivators, Rollers, Ploughs, Lawn Mowers, Garden Rollers, Garden Barrcws, Churns, Cheese Presses, Cheese Vets, Oil, Gas, -we Steam Engines. Bee Appliances of all kinds. State I requirements. Catalogues free.—John Hibbert and Sons, 10 and 11, Castle-street, Cardiff. el38 MEDICAL REMEDIES RUPTURE Sufferers should use the SteeDoss Easifit iruss; most comfortable in any position.—Send for particulars (makers of all kinds of trusses and surgical appliances;, Allen Pearce, 23, Charles*etreet, Cardiff. e21311 "tXTHEN wanting Herb Packets or any other of the f preparations please write Trimnetl, The Herba- list, 144, Riohmond-road, Cardiff. Established 137S. e2991 I TRIMSELL, senior, The Herbalist, who estaj)- I lished his business in 1879, has removed to 144, Richmond-road, Cardiff. e2991 I T- ..i.KE Herb.1 Pills and be Happy. — e.?d -?-d TStov-a,,h, Aperient, Diuretic, Liver, and Female, I ke., penny boxes; also Head and Nerve Powders in ponny packets. Thousands of shcpkeepers sell them; they require no licence or stamp duty.—Wholesale from Trimnell, senior, who has removed.—Please note new address, Trimnell, The Herbalist, 144, Richmond- road, Cardiff. Established 1879. o2991 COMPOSITION Powder is the best substitute for all stimulants for persons who have to go out early In tne morning, late at night, or in the rain, fog, frost, or snow- 4d. per box, post free 5d.-Trirn- nell, The laorbahgt, 144, Riohmond-road, Cardiff. Established 1879. e2091 TRIMNELL, "!<emo", The' Bërb&l1.stwh lished This busine5 In 1879, has removed to 144, Rich- mond-road, Oardiff. e2991 FURNI I URE. 3.-Handsowe Saddlebag Suite; Pretty Chippendale Ca.binet, £ 2; Carpet and Bug, LI; massive Wal. nut Bedroom Suite, L5; no further use.-72, Beau- champ-street. e2616s20 £2.-Very massive Leather Suite, carved frames, dW springs throoighout recently; Walnut Overmantel, £1; beautifully carved Walnut idel)oard, £ 4.—72, Beau cham p-street. f eZôH,s20 F-URÑÏ'h:RF, Buyers -Ote: Bigger and better bM- Fga,ins in Newport. No shoddy stuff. It wi;l pay you to visit Harris's Emporium, Market-buildings, Newport. Harris's celebrated reliable Suites are known I I throughout Walts, only £4 15s., complete; bettor design; superior finish and most comfortable; over 3,000 already sold, and still more popular than eer; money returned if not fully satisfied; carefully packed, and sent, carriage paid, to any station in the United Kingdom.-E. E. Harris, Wholesale and Retail House Furnisher, Market-buildings, Newport. el357 SHOP FITTINGS, SUN Blinds (Spring Roller or Hang-up) for Shop or ouse; Tents, Flags, &c.-Morgan and Richard- I son, 43, Bute-st., Cardiff. Telgs, "Tarpaulins, Cardiff." ￼ el955 CROSS Bros., Ltd., Safe Department.—Large Stoc?, C "arions makes. Griffiths', 18 x 13 x 12, 48s. 6&; 20 x 14 x 13, 55s. Perry's, 22 x 15 x 14, 85s.; 24 x 17 x 15, 90s. Milner's, 25 x 19 x 19, 105s.; 25 x 19 x 19, 2 drawers, 126s. Full illustrated lists on application. e2l40 SHOP Window Fittings and Latest Show Stands!— Griffiths, Manufacturers, Stirchley, Birmingham. e2451sl4 BOSS Brothers' Scale Department.—Every Claasof Scales kept in stock; repairs promptly done at low prices; send for illustrated list, free.-Cross Brothers, Tibe Oardiff Ironmongers, 3 and 4. St. Mary. street. cS84 MACHINERY, TOOLS, (te. Sale—completion of contract—8-h.p. Portable JT E??me. Mortar Mill (6ft., under dri.(m), Circular Saw Bench, all in working order; Engine House, Trestles, Poles, Planks, &c.—Apply Paul, Builder, Bar- goed. e2592sl6 LO VVCOCK'S Fuel Ecouoomiser: 72 tube8: npw; JLj nsver been unpcci,ed; suitable for Lancashire boiler 1501b. pressure: extra tubes can be added; pr:ce P65.Q;,5uth Wales Economises Evening Express, Swansea. e2511sl7 FOR SALE, HIRE, OR PURCHASE- HIRE. INCLUDING GOOD SECONT-TlAND AND NEW, A BOUT 190 ENGINES Consisting of— -i Locomotives, 10,1. .e L;JS. -e 1 i-ortabie. Horizontal, Vertical, Manns. G s nld Oil, Engines for Road Haulage Wcr- c, rafij?, Pumping, and Haulage Engines, Engines inci Boilers combined; Boilers of every construction, for all purposes, a^out 70; A-i?ut 45 L?.tl,. all 3 Varous Machine Toob; 30 Mortar Mills, New and Second-hand: about 00 Pumpe, for all purposes, ircl. ding Pulso-meters; Saw Benches up to 4Sln., and Band Saws up to 30in. saw pulleys; Planing and Moulding, Tenoning, Cross-cut Saw, Morticing and othe; Wood-working Machinery, includ- ing Lathes; 10 Stcne-breaiers, Tanks, Winches (hand and steam), about 30; Electric Machinery, including Dynamos and Motors. BOILER AND ALL KINDS OF ENGINEERING REPAIRS DONE AT MY OWN FOUNDRY. INQUIRE OFTE. AT THE ONLY ADDRESSES- ICHARLE s D pniLLIPS, EMLYN ENGINEERING WORKS AND FOUNDRY, NEWPORT, MON., AND GLOUCESTER. ESTABLISHED 38 YEARS. | d'k PUBLIC NOTICE. CARDIFF RACES. EASTER MONDAY AND TUESDAY. APRIL 16 AND 17. FIEST RACE ABOUT 1.30. TUESDAY: THE WELSH GRAJsD NATIONAL STEEPLECHASE of 500 Sort. PR- CES: Tattereall's 5^ (Ladies) 3s. Paddock (extra) Zs. 6d. Public Stand fc. Coarse i". a6274 HORSES, LIVE STOCK, &c i I :rEJ..L-Bred Chestnut Horse for 6ale, eight yca~s, 15.3 high; a good hunter; p:easant hack; goes in harness; £ 15.—Groom, Tiaenham Vicarage, Chep- stow. C66H SALE. Horse (dark bay, 1he years old, 14 hands! S regu12rly driven, used to traffic; 2nd prlw St. Mellon's Show, highly recommended Lord Tredegar's Show; vet.'s examination.—145, Clifton-street, Cardiff. LI?how; i-e's examiuatioi.-145, CLfton-street, C.3rd?ff. F'R Sale. Cross-bred Puppies; sire, old Englirh .,[' 'b ta7l: da-, blue-c?DO,??red collie: what offers?- I B. Paddisou, 20, Queen-street, ea_e2597S1 AN Irish Terrier Dog Sale, at low figure: regis- tered Pengean Bandit; aged 16 months; prize- winner, Cardiff show.—179, Richmond-road, Cardiff. eslS SQUIRE Giles' Worm Powders for Dogs are a stan- dard and safe specific; nothing like 'em; four powders U. SQUIRE Giles' Distemper Pills for Dogs: 6d. and is. i< per box, with pamphj-ot on dog disorders; of all seed merchants or direct cf Squire Giles, Company, Cardiff. e4273 I CARRIAGES, HARNESS, &C. "VTEW Landaus, Victoria., Wagonettes, Four-wneel i.\ Dogcarts, Governess Cars, Tadcr Gigs, Rustic and Surrey Carts, Second-hand Four-wheel American Show Wagon (equal to new and rubber tyre), Two Wagonettes, Two Landaus, Four Four-wheel Dog- carts, and Carts.—Lewis, Oarriage Builder, Clare- street and Tudor-lane e1731 FOR Sale, good, strong Brake; seat 16; suit hilly -1 ground.—Marine. Southerndown. e2613sl7 LARGEST Selection in Wales.—Over 150 Vehicles in Stock. Dogcarts of all kinds, including Surreys, Rustics, Side-seats, Go.ernfJ115 and Jubilee Cars, Gigs, he. Also Landaus, Broughams, WagQnettes, Bre&ks, i-c., at J. Norman's Carriage Showrooms, Canton, Cardiff. Canton cars pass door. Nat. Te!O-_80 TAT ANTED, Sleeping or Living V?6n. for U8e 11-h traction engine; must take to pieces for expert. Qu?ote lowest pnce, giving full particulars, to W;llie, IA, Bute-street, Cardiff. e2566516 J ,>OR ,le-;Cl4-P'ea%Lre Trap; good a, new; walnut i body, la.nœwood shafts; rubber-tyred "arner wheels; lamps.-52, CrwY6-road. Cath.ay, Cardiff. es18 MONEY TO L. N E Y. J|~° K jyj- 0 N E Y. MR. Wlf. LLOYD, cf C, CHAKLES-ST,, CARDIFF, Advances Sunis from £10 Upwards on a Simple NOTE OF HAND alone. Advances completed on day of application. No fees. Strictest privacy. If pre- ferred can call by appointment.—For full particulars call or write to Actual Lender:- WM. LLOYD, 16, CHARLES-STREET (Queen-street end), CARDIFF. Nat. Tel. 0520. Tel. Add. Temporan. 1\ K,R:-Pike,U-Xichola&.st'reet, Bristol.-Write for .NrTer's before :pm ing fees or borrowing elsewhere. Deposits Received: One month's notice. 5 per cent, pur annum: three months, 6 per cent. Established 38 I Highest references. e21 IMMEDIATE FINANCIAL ACCOMMODATION ON j NOTE OF RAXD ALONE, from £20 to £1,000, granted at an hour's notice to Professional Gentlemen, th" Clergy, Farmers, Tradesmen, Householders, and all those Requiring Financial _Avssi!rta.nœ, WITHOUl SECURITY, SURETIES, or FEES of any description. Strictest privacy, town or oountry. Apply, in confidence, J T QTONE, 4, CHURCH-STREET, CA.RDIFF. T r1 p IO Nat. Tel., 112S. e 1100-2 tJ. 112B. ell00-Z "'ONEÝ-¡:-dnr;C6dqUIC1.1Y- by Lond?nrtrm 11'.t any extent With or without security. | Special Features:—Privacy; fixed, incltwive, and reasonable Interest; and no Preliminary Expenses. W. P. THOMAS, MARKET-ST., ABEBTILLBEY. el 857 £5 000 to 1-eA in SUms of £ 10 & Up?wds. d■Q wOK 'UUU IMMEDIATE CASH ADVANCES made on LIFE POLICIES, SHARK CERTIFICATES, DEEDS, PROMISSORY NOTES, or any 1. of Security at reasonable rates, JOHN BROWN, 1, PEMBROKE-TER., QUEEN-ST., CARDIFF. Trade Bills Discounted. Nat. Tel., 1036. SURPIXS STOCKS of any description Bought for Cash. Strictest privacy observed in all transactions. e2151 5 TO £5,fXJO. If you are privately In want of mosey Immediately, or "00 want to start a business, or your business needs mora capital, or creditors axe pressing, come or write to me-the aotual lender. SPECIAL FEATURES.—Oash Advanced (WITHOUT the ordinary money-lenders' routine) 011 Borrower's own Kote of Bud, Re-pay men t» to Milt their OIIID- venience. Distance no object. Consultatlocs free at any time. No genuine buslnew refused uy— Mr. THOMAS FICTON, 19, Duk»«treet. Csrdiff. ea073 HIGHEST Prloee I.-ent on Jewellery, Plate, and Silver. Loans above £2 at 4d. in £ ictero6t. Valuables kept- in burglar and fire-proof safe.—Fligel- stone, Pawnbroker, & 22, City-rd., Cardiff. Est. 1856. S2069 MIEEE CHARING CROSS BANK. .)L ESTABLISHED 1870. CARDIFF BRANCH: 73. ST. MART-STREET. Head Offices: 28, BEDFORD-STREET, and 119 and 120, BISHOP&GATE-STREET WITHIN, LONDON. Branches at Manchester, Liverpool, Leeds, Bradford' Bristol, Birmingham, Sheffield, ftc., &c. Assets £ 8Sl,fi« c o Liabilitlse £ 545,196 0 I Surplus 0 0 LOANS of LSO to £2,000 granted on any class of security. Special facilities to all requiring banking Deco-nts. Deposits of £10 and upwards received as under:- 6 p.c. per an. subject to 3 months, notice of withdrawal f p.c. per an. subject to 6 months' notice of withdrawal I p.c. per an. subject to 12 months' notice of withdrawal Special terms for longer periods. Interest part quarterly. Write or call for prospectus. The Terminal Deposit Bonds pay naarly 9 per cent., and are a safe investmont. Instead of paying large dividends to shareholders, we pay fair rates of inte- rest to our depositors, and by so doing have earned the portion that we undoubtedly hold in the publio confidence. We have been established for 36 years, and our unique position in the banking world to-day testifies to the suoeess of car business methoos and to the satisfaction of our customers. Write or call for prospectus. A. WILLIAMS and EL J. TALL, Joint Managers. 09098 Elo TO -?000 Granted at a few hours' notice on SIMPLE PROMIS- SORY NOTii without the bother of a surety or security. The strictest privacy observed. On receipt of application principal will call by appointment, and make the neoeasary advance then -d there. Be-payments to suit borrower's convenience and terms always clearly and distinctly arranged beforehand.—Write or appiy, in COnfideucO, to H. T. LEWEIN and Co., 27, Charles-street, Cardiff. Nat Tel., 1319.' elS16 SUMS FROM f,20 TO L3,000 ADVANCED AT SHORT NOTICE, On Approved Note of Hand. Personal, or Other Securities. Charges arranged before Transactions are Completed. Mortgages on Property Effected at Current Rates of Interest. Tourists' and Season Tickets Purchased and Arranged for Clients on the Payment Principle. Money Advanced cu Second Mortgages. Apply I. W: Lloyd, Manager, FIELDINGS, HAYES BUILDINGS, THE HAYES, CARDIFF. Nat. Tel. No., 467. e6721 THE Old-established Provincial Union Bank con- tinues to lend immense sums dally, from £10 to £1.00J, on Note of Rand akme or other security. No office inquiry charges whatever. Moderate interest. Easy instalments. Special rates for short periods. Largest and most honourably conduced business in the Kinedom. Thousands of our reeular customers have expressed their entire satisfaction in repeated transactions with us. A gentleman from Bank will wait upon vou at once with cash.—C^.11 or write (in confidence) to Manager, .-tanlev Dowding, 1, Queen- square. Bristol; or to the Local ATent, Mr. James Bowen, Princes's-chambers. St. John's-square, Cardiff. e2065 PHIL Phillips. Pawnbroker, Jeweller! of 24! sT Mary sire?t. C-ard ff ,d,&noes P.OTWV upon p1ate,; 'ewe'leTY. deeds, g4l?r. ,crke of ??, china. Share? ?,rd ione-life policies at low rates of interest. Sums of E100 at 16s. 6d. per month Interest. Fire and b.urglarv safes by best makers A larire assortment of I jeweller* 0' -11 kinds kept In -tock. el46(t z 10 to £5.000 Advanced on Note of Hand alone, with- out bonva. publicity, or charges of anv description whatever unless business is done. No bi'ls or Sale, and the strictest nrivacy guaranteed. On receipt of appli. cation rerTesentative will wait upon you by appoint- ment and advance you he amount required, re-pavable by easy instalments to suit your own conveniencs. Special rates for short periodL-Write (in confidence) to actual le."1de.r- C. WELLS, CORRIDOR CHAMBERS, MAITKET PLACK. LEICESTER. C1928 Ni R. Pike. 27, Nicholas-street! Bristol.—Write for terms before paying fees or borrowing elsewhere. Deposits received: One month's notice, 5 per cent. per annum; three months, 6 per cent. Established 38 years. Highest referenoee. e2072 MISCELLANEOUS "(;'XOHA.NGEOOUectiOll <»inø (value ..bout £I fM D Gent's Free-wheel Cycle.—M 11, Express, Cardiff. ee590s16 BOOKRINDIN G.—Encyclopedia! Educator, Musk, B&c.; all styl0S.-Jones, Wbarton-gueet, CMax=. Trade work done. e247Sel7 'If1Ã nAr.nr.or, Wharton-street (near F,2" .L' LibrvY), Card*—Palmistry,: photo, Ur* 4"0; aL and at sap. PIGEONS, POULTRY, &c. BUFF Orpington Eggs, 2s. 6dTiitti^'rgrand laTlnp strain.—Lavars, i5. Bristol-street, New-port. ES16 EGGS for Sitting—Pure B-ed White feghorn, Buff OrpLngio:1, ?jd Golden Wyaj?dotte, 26. 6d. for 12; packing, 6a.—Mrs. Knight, Tv Lhegst,,L Court. Bridgend. e261Ssl7 PARROTS.—Talking warranty; month's trial! my ± risk; 32s. 6d. Parrot Cages, 6s. 6d. Particulara free.-Princes' Aviaries, Mrs. forester, Violet-street, Liverpool. e2464sl6 SPORTING L LAN DENNY.—To Let, for the ??sc?n, about Three LT you? Fishing on the Olway and PvrUh Brooks, within mile of Lla-ndency Station; good farm- house accommodation.—Apply Angel Eotei, Aberga-1 venny. c66$4 I WISHING Rods, BMket??Fl;es. 6d. a?id l??per _L' doœn.-Send for price-list (free?, Ch&mb?re. Gun- maker, Cardiff. Nat. Tel., 01339. &3602 MISCELLANEOUS WANTS TRADESMEN'S Stocks (all kindf' ajid Household TEffects Bought for Ca&h.—sn, Cowbridge-road, Canton. e24S7sl7 MISCELLANEOUS SALES. s Z:EV;EYOC'S I2in. Level for Sale at reasonable price.—-Apply O. F., Evening Express, Swansea. e2459sl6 BILLB.RDS.-FÜlJ.5iZe-Bi11iard -;T&tÜ by Bur- Bra.gli, arid Watts, complete: also Three 10ft. X 5ft. TaL-les, London and other maJieis.—Smart, 15, Col- lege Green, Bristcl. CS728 SUPERIOR Roll-top Desk for Sale, or Exchange~!or Smaller One.-4, V. eilfield.rœd, Cardiff. e2607s20 FOR si.le, large Fixture (ornamental ■ to 6W tsm-a?t JL CoiiiectMn<?- E?suie&s. a?o Coiinw?x, 22"1. Ion-' with coloured marble top; Glass Show Case (very large), with bevelled-edge, plate glass shelves: Several Plate-glass Mirrors; to be seen at Dowlais Cake Stores. 8, Queen-street, Caidiff, ior a few da;YS.-AlJ orders to Jones, Dickenson, Dowlais. c67 INGEJJSOLL Ss Wstch, C??.pben'e MOIDdeop-s, Wdi. ing Sticks, &c., &e.Ùmothy'. Starts, corner of Arcade, St. Joba's-square. C2036 OAK. Timber for fciile, 12 Trees, felled. and souud, averaging 35ft. a tree; put on rail Caerleon.— Apply Worgent, Liaagibby. Mor.. e450Ssl7 DOOBS.—Why Use Foreign DOOffi? English made, JLF 6ft. 6in. by 2it 6m. ty liin. square, 4s. td.; Moulded Two Sides, 5s. lid.: Solid Moulded, 4s. I'd.; all other sizes in stock; send builders' trade card for list.—Jennings and Co., Pennyweli-road, Bristol. el965 FR SUe, Two Large Oval 0?k Tubs, suitatie for scalding pigs: also Large Water Casks and Tanks. —Thomas, Hodges'-row Cooperage, Cardiff. e2461sl6 LADIES of Wiles.—Send ior Catalogue of~Laces! Lace Curtains, Hoisierv; patterns post free.- Wm. Cotton, Weekday Cross, Nottingham. Estab- lished 1848. e_127 CHEAP Wares for Bazaars. Dealers, Auctioneers, Marketmen, &c.; illustrated catalogue, post tree, 3 penny stamps; cash or credit terms arranged. See Beginners' Crate, with free China Tea Service. Haw- kers, Crate Assorted Crockery, about 1,000 articles, 42s. 6d.—Arthur J. Hull, Dept. 13, Langton, Staffs. el999 OUR ILLUSTRATED CATALOGUE Will Furnish Information of the BEST AND CHEAPEST PIANOS BY ALL MAKERS. from £16 16s. Ckl. Upwards. PIANOS AND ORGANS TUNINGS and REPAIRS. EXPERT ADVICE GRATIS, lbrrespectire of Distance. DALE. FORTY. & CO.. HIGH-STREET, CARDIFF. Atao at CHELTENHAM, BIRMINGHAM, ESTABLISHED 1850. FURNITURE BARGAINS. A PEW LEADING LINES AT BEVAN & COMPY.'S (LIMITED), ACTUAL OOLOSSAL STOCKING- CAi C TAKING ??L-E-. 97, St. Mary-street, and 21, Duke-street, CARDIFF, oS 8. d. 527 Full-sized Everlasting Wire-woven Mattresses 0 9 11 346 Handsome Heavy Braae-mounted Bedsteads 1 17 6 45 Splendid All-Brae*; Bedsteads 4 14 6 360 Full-sized Own Make Feather Beds 1 12 6 176 Reliable Leather Cloth Suites 3 19 6 58 Handsome Saddlebag Suites 5 19 6 36 Grand Drawing-room Suites, in Figured Velvet 7 7 0 134 Cottage Bedroom Saitee, with Marble top. tile back washstand, two chairs, Ac., &c 3 30 119 Excellent Bedroom Suites, with plate door to wardrobe 6 17 6 95 Very Handsome Satin Walnut Bed- room Suites, from 8 8 0 Also NEWPORT, SWANSEA. PONTYPOOL, and PONTYPRIDD. elsil TO BOOT AND SHOE DEALERS IN SOUTH WALES AND MONMOUTHSHIRE. James Lulham & Co. (OF LEICESTER), .———— ———. ————————— 89, Bndge-st., Cardiff hold the Largest Stock of Boots and Shoes as Faotora in the Principality. WE ARE Agents for all the lea-ding Makers, and hold, amongst othere, the follo-wng well- known Brands: CENTURION OCEANIC, NEW CENTUZY. VIOLET, ESPERANZA, CAMEO. We are alfo FULLY STOCKED IN CHILDREN'S AND NURSERY LINES. CANVAS GOODS AND bEA BOOTS A SPECIALITY. WRITE FOR LISTS. 8 WHOLESALE ONLY. e208 FRYP IC WRITING. OTOHITEARS' WORK ACCURATELY COPIED BY EXPERIENCED OPERATORS. fcLL RSAIVCKU OF OOPYUTQ EXEODT^D, jrwrwui wuxromaE, cmai. I